The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 23, 1937 · Page 3
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Th« Algona Upper Pes Moines, Algona, Iowa. Sept. 23,1937 HONOR GUEST AT SWEAOTYPARTY Buffalo Center Folks Are Joint Hosts at Reynolds Park Swea Cityi About 15 friends of Mrs. Melvln Fisher gathered at Reynolds Park In her honor last Thursday evening where they en- Joyed a picnic and wiener roast After the merry making Mrs. Fisher was presented with a purse containing money to buy linen for her new home. Hostesses of the evening were Mrs. Ray Johnson and Mrs. Rome Johnson of Buffalo Center and Miss Hesvlck of Swea City. New Barn Begun The Fred Peterson carpenter crew have started work on a new barn, 60 by 36, on the old Claus Erickson farm north and west of town* The Claus Erickson family is one of the pioneer families of Swea township, having come here in the early 70's. The farm is now operated by four sons and a daughter of the late Mrs. Claus Erickson. Miss Wilma Preston spent last Sunday with her friend, Miss Marjorie Hlllsten. The Past Matrons' club met last Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs, C. O. Peterson. Little Miss Gardner of East Chain spent last week end with her aunt, Mrs. Frank Looft. Mrs. Sylvia Lanning of Algona spent last Sunday afternoon at the home of her sister, Mrs. Walter Smith. Mrs. Anna Griffith entertained two brothers and their families from Lake Crystal the firpt of this week. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Bronleewe and Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Schwyhart of Algona spent Friday afternoon at Interlaken. Mrs. Melvin Fisher spent the week end at Buffalo Center with her cousin, Mrs. Rome Johnson and Mrs. Ray Johnson. Mrs. Ida Larson, Swea City postmistress, went to Algona Tuesday, to be present at the dedication of the new Algona postoffice. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Nelson left last Saturday morning for a week's visit In Bralnerd, Minn., with their daughter, Mrs. Arthur Benson. Miss Anna Larson entertained the Chas. Landin, Oscar Berggren and Myron Johnson families at a farewell dinner party last Thursday evening. The occasion was the last day their relatives, Mrs. Alfred Johnson and Miss Gladys Johnson, would be here. They left that evening for their return trip to Birmingham, Alabama, taking the evening train to Chicago at Algona. From Chicago they continued their journey by auto with Birmingham friends. MRS. IMELDAS. DOYLE, 79.DIED MONDAY AT HOME IN BANCROFT THE ROBERTSHAW OVEN-HEAT.CONTROL THAT TM» te the RoberUhow orra- hactt-cmtrol with the Thermal Ey» which you will w* on Qw bride's tang*. HEROINE when she bakes and roasts in the thrilling talking picture THE BRIDE WAKES UP This exciting cooktog-Khool (Urn will woke you up to the importance oi HoborUhaw o»en- hecrt-conb-ol. Watch how it regulates oven temperature when the heroine does her baking, rootling, whole-meal cooking. Watch ill THERMAL EYE signal when her oven is preheated and icad; ioi uoe. Standard Equipment on America's Finest Ranges Mrs. O. J. Ranney's Mother Passed On In Everett, Wash. Fenton: Mrs. O. J. Ranney received word this week of death of Mrs. Rasmus Flnnestad, 69 years, on Wednesday, Sept 8, at her home in Everett, Washington. Death followed an operation for a bowel adhesion. Mr. and Mrs. Finnestad lived in Fenton township on the farm now owned by Axel Peterson, and they left Fenton about 25 years ago. Surviving her are her husband, a daughter, Mrs. Ed Bell and a son, Olaf. A son, Goodwin, and a daughter, Clara, preceded their mother in death. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Conway and 1 family of Rodman visited Mrs. Conway's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schneider, Sunday. A week ago Sunday, Mrs. Henry Schneider's brother, Herman Miller and family of Hartley visited at the Henry Schneider home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newel and son, Lyle, and daughter, Lavonne, took the Newels' son, Harold, and James Schwartz to Ames Sunday. Harold is taking his fourth year of agricultural engineering and James his second year of journal- Ism at Iowa State College. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Davis of Des Moines visited from Saturday to Monday with Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod. On Monday the Weis- brods and Davis family visited the grotto at West Bend and enjoyed a picnic dinner there before the Davis family went on to their home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schulte entertained Mr. and Mrs. Charles Engdahl and daughter, Eileen and Mr. and Mrs. George Sylvester and daughter, Elaine and son, Douglas, all from Gaylord, Minnesota, from Friday to Sunday. Mrs. Sylvester is a sister of Mr. Schulte and the Engdahls are friends. Mrs. Donald Weisbrod and her daughters, Anna Rae and Marilyn, accompanied Edith Laage and Florence Weisbrod to Des Moines Sunday and were met there by her sister, Mrs. Joseph Cashmark of Albia. Mrs. Weisbrod and daughters will spend two or three weeks visiting her sister and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stansberry at Moulton. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kern entertained the following at dinner Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Dean Ncllis and daughter, Rosemary of Renwick; Mr. and Mrs. Philip Weisbrod and Wayne Aldcrson of Fenton and Mrs. Jay Woods of Jefferson. The afternoon visitors were Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Weisbrod nnd family, Mr. nnd Mrs. Clnrcnce Nelson nnd daughter, Mnrcelln of Dickens nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Lylc Hnlstnd and two children of Emmctsburg. Mod* br «*• HOBEHTSHAW THEHMOSTAT COMPANY, Youngwood. Pa. ,'!. subdued tones of brown blend to make this graceful cross-strap step-in. Also in Black with Garnet and Gunmetal. We've more! Gunntetd is idvertitid in Good Houiekeepmq jJ E KRESENSKY'S hoes - Hosiery - Dresses Kollirxs N E W E 8 T SLIPS Kresensky's The four-gore bia« cut U the secret of it* dinging tmooth fit Hoflywood "V" tailored double material front and back. Tubs beautifully because it's fashioned from pure dye tatin. $1.95 Brother and Pour Children Survive; Rites Held Wednesday Bancroft: Mrs. Imelda Sheridan Doyle passed away at her home, Monday, Sept. 20, at the age of 79. She was 111 for the past six months, the cause of death being heart trouble. The deceased was born Feb. 2, 1858, at Menomlnee, 111. Her parents were William and Mary Sheridan. She received a common school education, customary in the early days. She was married to Garrett H. Doyle, Nov. 9, 1885 In Menominee, 111. Her husband preceded her In death some years ago. She leaves to mourn, a brother James H. Sheridan of Bancroft and four children, Raymond J. of Bancroft, Attorney Harold A. of Yankton, S. D., Dr. James L of Rapid City, S. D. and Mrs. -R. J. Schwartz of Prarie du Sac, Wis. Funeral services were held on Wednesday morning in St John's church with Rev. Joseph Schultes officiating and burial was made in St. John's cemetery. Eva Dudding Honored A miscellaneous shower was held in honor of Eva Dudding, Sunday afternoon at the Roman Wllhelm home. Five hundred was played and Cyrilla Vaske won high score Mrs. Enos Kohnke won low and Mrs. a M. Baker won the cut priz.i A delicious lunch was served by thi hostesses: Mrs. Henry Lampe, Jr Mrs. Frank Wilhelmi and Marg aret, Mrs. Roman Wilhelmi, Mrs L. J. Mouse!, Mrs. Joe Fox an. Mrs. Art Renger. t'« An 111 Wind— For Some, Says 4 Corners Writer Four Corners: The farmers' bad uck In this vicinity due to the loss t their horses fs helping out the fas and tractor salesmen. In some ases farmers have been left so hort of horse power, tractors and ilows are being purchased to do the all plowing. Another case of the Id adage proving true, "One man's oss Is another man's gain." SWEA CITY NEWS Mrs. Fred Rosencrans and son Jackie, of Des Moines are visltin at the home of Mrs. Rosencrans mother, Mrs. Mary Nemmers. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Cornish an Larry Slaba of Good Thunder Minn., were week end guests at th Dan Harris home. Mrs. W. J. Welp and son. BoL and daughter, Margery, and Vic' Devine and Mr. nnd Mrs. C. M. Baker and daughter, Monica, were dinner guests Sunday at the M. A. Saunders home. Mrs. Wm. Rlcn went to Illinois aat week Monday with the Ethan Lights. L. J. Lowman is home from 111- nols, where he spent the summer with relatives. Union Dist. No. 7 school house is sporting a new coat of paint inside and out. Catherine Schiltz is the .eacher. Emma, only sister of the local Lee boys, has been visiting the George and LeRoy Lee homes in this vicin- ty and the Everett Lees of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Baker came back from Mason City and Rockwell last week Tuesday where they md spent two weeks with relatives. The Ralph Withams of near Garner called at the Howard Witham home last week Wednesday, but found the Withams at the Spencer fair. The John Sabins. Phil Bakers, Howard Withams and Elmer Witham. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker and the Arch Walkers spent Wed- day of last week at the Spencer fair. The Four Corners Mothers and Daughters club meeting scheduled for last week Thursday with Mrs. Iva Witham was postponed until yesterday on account of the Spencer fair. Don't forget the free movie, "The Bride Wakes Up", a full length moving picture at the Call Theatre next Monday, Tuesday nnd Wednesday mornings, embodying a new idea in cooking schools. The Everett Withams and Mr. and Mrs. Rny Green of Charles City were guests of the Roy Withams at Fort Dodge n week ago Sunday and the Everett Withams were at the Ray Smith home near Burt for Sunday dinner. Wednesday, wns postponed until Friday of this week. Mrs. I. W. Hansen, Mrs. L. H. Sohenck and Mrs. Clare Winkle spent Friday afternoon at the Hurry Put* home In Algona. It was Mrs. PuU's birthday. The Blrth3ay circle will go to Swea City, Thursday, where Mrs. N. M. Godfredson will entertain the circle at a one o'clock luncheon in honor of her birthday. Rally Day will be observed at the Methodist church Sunday morn- Ing with special rally day features. In the evening a play, "Out of the Fog" will be presented. Herbert Kilgore, Des Moines, spent from Wednesday to Monday at the R. E. Moyer and Hans Koestler homes. He is a cousin of Mr. Moyer nnd Mrs. Koestler. Mrs. R. L. Cogdill and Mrs. Henry Smith spent Saturday at the Frank Harvey home near Algona. Bertha Daniels spent the day with her aunt, Mrs. Carrie Taylor, in Al- gonn. George Schrocder spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Schrocder. On Monday Mr. nnd Mrs. Schrocder took George and John to Ames, where they are students at Iowa State College. Mrs. A. G. Volcntinc went to Osage Saturday, where she visited until Tuesday with her sister, Mrs. Elmer Crawford. Mrs. G. C. Allen accompanied her nnd visited her daughter, Mrs. Oliver Rnder at Norn Springs. Mrs. R. F. Hawcott and Mrs. Henry Engstrom returned last Friday from Rochester. Minn., where they had gone on Tuesday for examination at the Mayo clinic. Mrs. Hawcott will return next week for an operation for the removal of n cataract on her eye. Mrs. Laura Sewlck nnH son. Elbert, returned Mondny from Freeport. III., where they had visited relatives. Sunday Elbert wns in a serious automobile accident in Chicago, in which his cousin received a broken leg and the car was badly smashed, hut Elbert escaped Injury. Mrs. P. F. Kriethe took her daughter, Eugenia, to Des Moines Saturday, where she enrolled as a freshman at Drake University. Mrs. Al Staehle who had been spending several weeks at the home of her daughter, Mrs. H. U Sauermann, at Sigourney, returned home with Mrs. Kriethe. The H. A. Hansens and Mrs. Aug. Jansen. Henry, S. D., came Saturday for a visit at the Rev. J. M. Doms home. The Hansens went on Sunday to Lake Bluff, HI., to visit a married daughter, but Mrs. Jansen remained for a visit here until their return. Mr. Hftnsen Is Mrs. Doms' brother and Mrs. Jansen l« her sister. *uL FINDS OUT ABOUT KNOX JELL The cooking-school picture, "The Bride VAfces I Up", tells about the bride who found ontj there's a real difference between ordinary flavored gelatine desserts and Knor Jell. Knar Jell is extra rich in favor—extra smooch in tex- ( turc —extra good in quality. It is the only! flavored gelatine dessert made with genuine Knox Sparkling Gelatine. Six delicious flavors— lemon, lime, orange, raspberry ,strawberry and cherry. Ask for it at yoor grocery store. KNOX JELL • *IE «»D SO»l*ITtt» IT T»E MAKEII iF RIM IMIILtlt tELATIII I "All Brides Wake Up" and insist on HORSES'DEATH SLOWS FARMING IN UNION TWP. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. K. Nelson and children were In Forest City Sunday visiting at both parental homes —the Makstad and the Wm. Watson families. The Baptist Ladies' Guild will meet tomorrow, Sept. 24, at the Guild hall. Hostesses are Mrs. W. O. Nelson, Mrs. Jennie McCrary and Mrs. Chns. Ditsworth. The program included "Tower Windows" Miss Lily Llnde and Miss Mildred Llnde left Saturday for Boiild- r, Colo. Miss Lily, who Is a reg- stered nurse, expects to do nurs- ng while Miss Mildred will enroll in the university. Mrs. Dettmar Thompson and sons John and Jean, Miss Florence Erckson and their father, Eric Erckson, are leaving this week Saturday for Denver, Colorado to visit sister of Mr. Erickson. Mrs. Alfred Krueger and baby, Janet Lee, and Miss Margaret Gladstone of Lone Rock were callers in Swea City last Friday. Miss Margaret will leave soon for Iowa State University, where she will enter for nurses' training. Mr. and Mrs. McAnijich and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Fangust drove to Williams and to Iowa Falls last Sunday, visiting relatives at Will- lama and attending the Baptist laymen's retreat at Iowa Falls. They returned home Monday night. Union: Silo filling is a slow task this year due to the shortage of horses nnd the sleeping sickness epidemic. Some farmers arc using trucks to replace teams and hayracks and use several men to a truck. Tractors are called into use to rake and load hay. Burt News Mr. and Mrs. Tom Miller and Mr. Miller's father, Armstrong, spent Sunday at the Art Fandel home. Mrs. Miller is Mrs. Fnn- del's sister. Mrs. L. D. Hodgson and dp. :gh- ters. Esther and Ruth, spent Thuis- day and Friday with Mrs. Geo. Marty. at Mason City nnd with friends at Clear Lake. Mrs. Pat Rasmussen nnd two children, Pomeroy, came Saturday for a few days' visit with Mrs. Rnssmussen's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. G. U. Fairbanks. On account of the funeral of Leo Brayton the Presbyterian guest day which was to have been held on packed In Golden-Lined can« GARDEN FRESH" Approved by "(Jood Housekeeping" Distributed bv Kennedy & Parsons Co. WIIOLKSALK Wm. Bosworth filled Bllo on Mon- 1 day. • Joe Krieps did the fall plowing for Emll Stoffel on the Harry Keith farm. Mrs. L. C. Puth, Gilmore City, was a Sunday dinner guest of her sister, Mr«. Louis Bode. The W. L. Heerdt family recently enjoyed a two weeks' visit at Wapello, Clinton and Sheffield, 111. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Short nnd family and Fred Hubbell of Long Point, III., were visitors last week at the Bolin and Heerdt homes. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Elston and children and Mrs. Mame Holius of Gilmore City were callers and supper guests at the Frank Hofius home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bigger of Winifred, South Dakota, Miss Eva McDonald and a friend were guests Monday at the Lawrence Gisch home. Mr. Bigger is u nephew of Mrs. Gisch. Mr. and Mrs. Orris Frisbie mourn the loss of their new born infant son who died shortly after birth last Friday, Sept. 17th. They have two other children and are employed on the Alfred Schenck furm. Kenneth Bolin left Tuesday for his home in Manchester after visiting here and at Winnebago, Minn, since Saturday. His sister, Mrs. Albert Hansen and son, Hussell Sheffield. Ill,, accompanied him after a two weeks' vi.sit. West Bend Woman Wed Tuesday A.M. Went Bend: Miss Bernadine Yorh, daughter of Mr. and Mr.s. Andy Yoch of We.st Bend and Dick Gi'rres of Mallard were married at thi! St. Peter and I'aul's church in West Bend on Tuesday morning. Mr. Girres is a farmer near Mall- ml. Mrs. Girres was employed, in i local store. It's the soft ingrain yarn that makes these knit pajamas so cozy and warm. Attractively styled with long sleeves and ski bottom trousers. They hold their shape wh«n laundered. $1.69 Kresensky's Bunk CuhliitT Ki'nigii* Mr. Kruger. assistant cashier at he local bunk has resigned his josition. The vacancy has not been illed. Paul Harms was a week end vis- tor in Rochester, Minn. C. E. Groves is seriously ill at home in West Bend. He suffered a stroke. Monday afternoon. Bill Hoffert returned from his trip in the western slates recently. He is now employed in Rienan's store. Motion picture cooking school, all free, will be held Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday mornings at the Cull Theatre in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kephurt and two sons. Charles and Henry, of Eagle Grove were visitors at the M. T. Munson home in West Bend, Sunday. Sunday visitors at the M. T. Munson residence were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Munson and two Children, Billy und Margaret Ann and Mrs. Mahun and two daughters, Margaret and Rita, ull of Gruettinger. up y<"f K ut * U1 your Shopping Bog and Smile, Siuiiv, ginlte *t the Free Cooking School, iu the Call Theatre, morning* ul Sept 47. 48 »nd 29Ut. at »:SO a. in. ^Deaerve andnequire KITCHEN and DINETTE FURNITURE Storage Cupboards Poreclain Top Tables 5Piece Dinette Suites Kitchen Cabinets See our special window display next week in conjunction with free moving picture cooking school, "The Bride Wakes Up." Full Carload Of New Bedroom Furniture Modern and inexpensive, these new de- signs and styles will thrill the wife, I. New Waterfall Fronts, in Suite: As 1 As Colonial Maple, Blond Maple and Bleurl ed Walnuts. 49.50 4 iiifwb—Bttl. Vanity, i'tUM»t anil Uriiut-ro and Kruch. Foster Furniture Co. East State Street Algona, Iowa

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