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The Algona ttpper Des Moiiies, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 23,1937 MESPEPOONIN SWEATWP. TALK 22 Women Prom N. W. Kossuth Met With Mrs. Larson Swea-Eagle: The women of Swea, Eagle, Harrison and Grant met at the home of Mia. Emil Larson last Friday afternoon. Miss Lucille Pepoon, new home demonstration agent, gave a very interesting demonstration of "Home Made Nusing Equipment." She also presented the womens home project for this winter. Mrs. A. L. Brown and son, Gordon, of Algona were out of town guests. Mr and Mrs. Win. Rath of Algona visited Sunday at the Bert Olsons. Lawrence Byers has been verv ill ™* P ast week sucering from "hny Mrs Edna Long of Lone Rock Mrs 1 B 01sIn eS<5ay W ' th h6r SiSter ' Mr. and Mrs. John Jongbere and y", te « th S * r °«° <* Vest last Sunday afternoon. Jacobson and children Mlnn • vlsited Sun- M» vi - e ° f hcr Mrs. Virgil Jensen. vii^Ti i C!y . d £ W " der ° f servlil Malted last Friday at the Will Mey- qL m ,?. Bnd the Arden Hoveys at of Mr 0 ™* MrS " Wilder is of Mr. Meyer. Harris Reunion Sunday, Bancroft Bancroft: Thirty-seven guests attended a family reunion held at the Dan Harris home, Sunday. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. John Hoppe and son afid Wm. Maasdam of LuVerne, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hoppe and family, Mr. and Mrs. Martin and Gladys Hoppe of RenWlck, Mrs. Art Stoddard and sons of Bode, Mrs. Warren Pickens of Granada, Minn., Mrs. Florence Hines and daughter of Fairmont. Mrs. Carrie Poole of Muscatine, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hoppe and Mrs. Hoppe's sister of Fairmont Vic and Verne Hoppe of Renwlck, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Cornish and Larry Slaba of Good Thunder, Minn., Mildred Pearson, the Dan Harris family and the Everett Harris family. Visit Here After 45 Yrs. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haswell left For their home in Centerville, South Dakota. Monday, after a two weeks' visit in this vicinity. Mrs. New- viile, a sister of Mr. Haswell. is the present postmistress of Titonka, The Haswells farmed the Joe Hofius place just north of Algona while Mr. Hofius was serving as county auditor 45 years ago. Mr. Haswell says that southeastern South Dakota has fairly good crops this year. 2WHITTEMORE FOLKS MARRIED Louis Berninghaus, Hilda Ostrum Were United At Emmetsburg News Items ofBurt Vicinity Whittemore: Announcement has been made of the marriage of Louis Berninghaus and Miss Hilda Ostrum, both of Whittemore, which occurred in Emmetsburg on April 11. The bride is the youngest daugh- :er of Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Ostrum. She took her high school course at Emmetsburg, graduating with the class of 1934. Since that ime Mrs. Berninghaus has taught n the rural schools of Kossuth county, resigning her position as a teacher in Palo Alto county this fall. The groom is the youngest son of Mrs. W. P. Berninghaus. He attended the West Bend high school, graduating with the class of 1935. Since that time he has been assist- Epwortti League Burt: At the Epworth League re treat held here Sunday afternoon and evening the following officers were' installed at a candle llgh service: Raymond Nelson, pres ident; Zelpha Rae Pratt, devotions chairman; Phyllis Brooke, mission ary chairman; Maxine Graham, so cial service chairman; Kenneth Graham, recreation chairman; Law rence Chipman, treasurer; Joyce Graham, secretary. The Lakota League joined with the Burt League in the retreat and the Rev. Nelson Lakota, gave an address in the eve ning on the topic. "Cooperating with God." The Burt Beat* Swea first high school basebali game of this fall was played Friday afternoon here with Swea City. Burt won the game by a 9 to 2 score. Burt batteries were Riddle and Weiske. ing with the farm mother's farm. work on his Mr. and Mrs. Noble Park and daughter, Francis, visited from Monday until Thursday of last week at the home of Mrs. Parks' parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jam°s Kuchynka. The Parks and Kuchynkas Charles Kuchynka home in Algona. WORE! YOr/E FRIEND AT MEALTIME Friday and Saturday, September 24-25 WE'MAKE IT EASY Not much trouble tn plan the Sunday Dinner after you decide on the meat roursr. You will find just the roast you want among the choice assortment displayed at your Council Oak .Market BEEF ROASTS From among our popular priced roasts you may decide on a nice shoulder roast at 15r. per lb.; a nice, lean, meaty be*f arm roaat at IHc per lb.; or » beautiful standing rib roast at 16c per lb. FRESH HAM Fancy, well trimmed skinned harm. Priced for this sale at 25c per lb. for a whole or half ham. Nothing finer for an oven roant than a nice tender fresh ham. BEEF TO BOIL A nice piece of fresh beef to boll with cabbage or nice sweet northern grown rutabaga*. Bulling beef for this sale at Uc per pound. Wafer Sliced Dried Beef _ jib. pkg. 12c APPLE BUTTER " BUY IT BY THE BARBEL" Very six-rial value for wrek-end Khoppers. This excellent product made by tho leading preserver in America. The big 30 oz. fjlusH barrel for this hale at Ifio. TANGO COOKIES Uitli cooler weather these dainty rakes are again on sale at all Council Oak (.tore*. A popular number with the youngsters. Round viuillki cooky topped with marshmallow and covered with dark rocmuiut butter icing. For QMS Hole a special prlc« of Z lb«i. for 27c. EVAP. PEACHES Not just ordinary P*"aclien. The peaclim for this sale at the npwiui price of 12c per lb, are plump, meaty muir pmch<t> that grade htrlotly "Cholw." Delicious and economic future and pie fruit NORTH STATE PEAS Lots of inferior pea* picked this year. Tlie North State. Label is your aonurance of peu» Uiat are sweet, tender and of excellent flavor. For tills hate the No. 303 can for 9c, SUPERB OATS A special price for tills sale on this popular breukfiut rer- euL Ttiti lurife carton, either regular »r quirk cooking, fur only Ific. "HONEY KRUSHED" How we ti-.-l i, ili-terniiiied )>y li»\v :m<l what «<• eat. In many hum.-.-, (hi-, IIUIK-V sui-rU-m-d "Krusln-il \Vlii-;tl" IJn-uil :ip- p)Mir» on tin- tul.lc ;it <-\cry mr;il. (ieiiuine Uom y Kruihrti <-1111 IK- hull);lit only ;il ( oiuicil Oak Stun-*. CORN FLAKES Kt-llo(!(f'» Corn J'laUe.s come in iniiihturc. proof p:u kayoi to retain that own crisp fri-shn<«,s. Tin- sale pri«- of !»<• oil tin.- large carton suuBi-sts jou buy a .supply for future rnjuiri-iiii-iiU. CLOTHES LINES Buy home new <lollies line* and In- bu/e that jou waj.il x»ill not drop to tile ground. ISu> your clothe* linn, during this sale at the very bp<M.-ial price of 8e, I 7c and rjc ea< h. \ ulurt, tliat you cannot duplicate, .Ivulitr.- RED BAG COFFEE Our "R«d Bag" ( ullm- sells at a popular prlw, and many prefer ite niild, bweet flavor U> Uuit of more ci[>euMve, branda. Try "K«d Bitg" at our »|H-ciaJ pric*.- for Saturday. Pound 18c or S pounds for Kte. HASKIN'S SOAP SPECIAL Haahinit Hard Water C'Ufctilo i» on KKccUVut toilet and bath koau to UM9 in hard water. For Saturday a bpecial pm« of 4c per cake. Blue Barrel fetroitaie in the original 1-Ib. cak» priced at 2 bar* *«r tta, « - * i*| tt*$i|HJ«* Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Ostwald and sons of Wesley spent Sunday at the P. J. Foxsen home. Miss Minnie Angle of Fort Dodge spent a few days last week at the P. J. Foxsen home. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Cullen and family of Mason City visited at the home of Postmaster and Mrs. John S. Cullen recently. Mrs. Mae G. Butler left Sunday forenoon for Sioux City where she will be employed at the Tone beauty salon at the Martin Hotel in Sioux City. Dr. J. W. McCreery left for Chicago Sunday evening, where he attended a Milwaukee railroad surgeon's meeting. Dr. McCrecry returned home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. John Henry, son Kelly and daughter. Gene, and Mildred Elbert left Tuesday evening for Peoria and Metamora. III., to visit with relatives for ten days. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sullivan and family of Ledyard spent Sunday at the Henry Felder home. Mr. and Mrs. George Aman and daughter of Sexton were also at the Felder home Sunday. The L. E. Roetmans spent Sunday with Mr. Roetman's parents at Sanborn. Paul Kriethe. Jr., went to Iowa City Monday to re-enter the State University. The Charles Millers. LuVerne. spent last Saturday at the Jake Gifford home. The J. D. Graham and Alfred Strom. Armstrong visited relatives at Ruthven Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hanna, of Nora Springs, spent the week end at the Maude Hannas. Beada Kollasch. Des Moines spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Kollasch. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Iliff and Wesley Schab, Webster City, spent Sunday at the J. H. Graham home. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Scwlck and O. Stow were Sunday dinner guests at the J. T. Graham home In Al- grona. Mrs. Myra Watkins, Fort Madison, came Saturday for a visit at the home of her sister-in-law, Mrs. L. D. Hodgson. The E. A. Tllffs, who moved a couple of weeks ago to Bancroft, have been transferred to the CCC camp at Clarion. Elsie Black, Des Moines. came Sunday for a week's visit with her sister, Mrs. L. N. Dittmer and her brother. Stanley Black. The C. H. Huffmans were Sunday dinner guests at the Rev. G. H. Wessel home. In the afternoon ; they all visited in Wesley. The Rev. L. Richmann and about 30 members of the Walther League attended a rally at West Bend Sunday afternoon and evening. Mr. and Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel took heir daughter, Eleanor, to Grinnell Tuesday, where she will begin her sophomore year in Grinnell College. Nelda Volentlne, who had been working at Swea City, returned xome Saturday for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Volen- ine. The L. E. Reibhoffs visited Mrs. leibhoff's parents, the John R. "ohnsons at Lakota Sunday. They all visited Pilot Knob In the aft- rnoon. 0170SEN CLUBS, AIDS BEGIN ON YEARS PROGRAM Portland Twp. Mennet Trunkhill and his mother, Mrs. John Trunkhill have been on the sick list for several days. Elda Jandl visited home folks from Thursday until Monday. She is taking a beauty culture course at Fort Dodge. Sunday visitors at the Mennet Trunkhills to see the new baby girl included Mrs. Will Rlngsdorf. Miss Beulah Larsen and Mrs. Donald Ringsdorf. The R. C. Collinson family. Elmore, were Sunday callers at the Tony Jandls. Mr. Collinson, a brother of Mrs. Jandl, returned recently from a Veterans' hospital, Minneapolis, where he went for eye eye treatment but was not given much encouragement. The Algona Upper Den Moincs' Helpful Cooking School Will Take the Guess Work out or HOUHC Work. IMA ONE SOAP WOMAN SINCE I LEARNED ABOUT LIFEBUOY FOR BATH AND COMPLEXION AT THAT FREE MOTION PICTURE COOKING SCHOOL Don't miss the movie "The Bride Wakes Up" Y OU'LL learn a lot at that swell Motion Picture Cooking School... but no amount of good cooking will hold a husband if hiswiie is careless about"B.O.". Dainty women always keep plenty of Lifebuoy on their ihclves.They know it Stops "B.O.", gives falling frtshntu... AnJ it's mighty good for the complexion. Keeps your skin the way your bus- band loves it—soft, smooth, healthy ...Lifebuoy's 20% milder by test than many s O• r»licd"bciu- ly s oa p s and "bi » O 1 J> 6 Ottosen: The first Parent and Teachers association meeting was held in the high school auditorium Wednesday evening. The following muscial program was given: vocol solo, two selections. Bernt Bergc; tap dancing. Lonita Fisher: music, three selections, Eileen Schneider. Officers for the coming year were elected as follows: president. Mrs. J. Van Buskirk: vice secretary and treasurer. Miss Mll- sceretary and treasurer, Miss Mildred Swanson. Lutheran Aid The Lutheran Ladies' Aid met Wednesday afternoon at the church parlors. Mrs. LeRoy Kleppe and Mrs. Henry Lovig were hostesses. A farewell party was held for Mrs. Oiaf Solberg who will soon move to Algona. An electric waffle iron was given her by the Aid. )>AT£ FOfcTHt COOKING SCHOOL MOVIE IU HAVE MX HAT ON IN ASfCONO Mrs. Hedeen is visiting at the Roy Kinseth home. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Holt of Sheldon spent the week end with relatives here. HoIIis Cooper was a Sunday dinner guest at the Eugene Hoftus home. Patty Ann Jacobs of West Bend spent Wednesday at the Peter Holt home. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin EIIin(*son and children of Burt spint Sunday at the Ole Ellingson home. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Olson and sons visited at the Fred Lcnz home nt Hodman Sunday. Mrs. O. K. Olson returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Stearins nn<! their children of Rutland and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Undorburg of Humboldt visited at the Percy Wiitncm home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Olson and family of Bode and Mrs. Rusmussen and Kon, Raymond were Sunday dinner guests at the Henry Henrikson home. Millard Storesund went to Iowa City Friday to attend the university. He was accompanied there by his mother, Mrs. Storesund and son, Gfrner. The O. P. C. members and their husband.1 enjoyed a banquet at the Algona Hotel Tuesday evening to celebrate the anniversary of the club. After the banquet a theatre party was enjoyed. The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid entertained seven other Ladies' Aids Friday afternoon at the churrh parlors. Those invited were: West Htm), Bradgatc, Rolfe, Plover, Lu- Vcrne, Livermore and the Lutheran Ladies' Aid of Ottosen. The Young People's Lutheran League met Sunday evening and the following program was given: piano solo by Miss Gaard; reading, Mrs Olaf Solberg: song by the high .school girls' sextette; reading by Mrs Ralph Richards; song by Olaf Solbcrg; reading. Clara Dnhl: song by Pearl Kande; talk by OlJf Sol- btrg. Richpoint News A UOVIK full of beauty tip*! How to ktep fckin lovely the way 9 out of U *cr«en Mara do—with Lux ToUet Soap. Use rout* su*J powder all yon wUhl Lux Toilet Soap 1 * ACTIVB lather remove* them thor- outhly — award* agafeut Go«- naetk Sldta. be *ure to keep your »kin uaootfa and cfcai the Lux Toilet Soap way I LuxTounSoAP Lucille Black returned to Minneapolis la.st Thursday. The S. 3. Dcvine family and J;ia. 'k attended Field Uay at Han- croft Sunday. Kvelyn Oa|je.>iu.i tflok the Sisters of Kt. (,'e<;eii;i Aradcruy to Fort ge Saturday. Mrs. Oco. and .1 A. Johnson and Mrs. Hugh Kuiiey attended the club lunch'jun at the Hotel Algona Friday. Sylvester KtiUman and wife of KingBley spent the past week at the home of Mrs. Stitzman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Erpelding. ('.. K. Clark of Brill, father of Mrs. (Jeo. Johnson, spent Wednesday visit'/'/ at the Johnson home and Mrs. Johnson took him to his home in Brill Thursday. Hugh Black look his brother, i'aul and sister, Mary to Iowa City Sunday to enter the Iowa University. This in Paul's junior year and Mary will be a freshman and will lake nurses' training. TUJC 1.1 SBV UBLO run* a want >ui t-itcb week 111 The Upper U«» Moine* for 1U pboto developing bu»ineM». Ill Aug- iinl, l-ui>b>'» tiulahed off SM worUt of Uliiu. Do the wiutt ad* pay? LONE ROCK NEWS The I. VV. Nelsons were Sunday dinner guests of the Elmer Zieglers in Mason City. They were supper guests of the Chris Knudsens. Algona. The occasion was in honor of Mrs. Knudsen's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hantelman and daughter. Joan. Fenton. and Verona Radig. were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Dora Laahs and family. Verona is now teaching the Geo. Koestler school east of Burt. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Krueger. daughters Mae and Margaret and AM I GLAD I LEARNED ABOUT THE NEW 1937 RINSO AT THE MOTION PICTURE COOKING SCHOOL "THE BRIDE WAKES UP", granddaughter, Shirley, of Fairmont and Ernest Krueger and daughter, Ruth, Burt, tvere Sunday dinner guests Of Mr. and Mrs. Chas Morris. Mainafd Oenrich has returned to the parental Fred Genrich home after assisting P. M. Chrlstenson and son with their cattle at various fairs. He will remain here a week before going to Ames, where he attends college. Will Yukes and daughter, Ida of SHvertown, Ore., Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mark of Cedar Falls, the A. W. Hills, Mr. and Mrs. Will Bowman of Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bahling and son, Bernard of Burt, were Sunday dinner guests of the Fred Dransfeldts. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stahrbuck, Fort Dodge, spent Saturday at the Walter Fauistichs. William Yukes and daughter, Ida, SHvertown, Ore., Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mark of Cedar Falls and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Leek, Burt, were Sunday supper guests there. John. Wilfred and Dorothy Faulstich and Helen Mae Hanna at:ended a Walther League rally at West Bend, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pretzel!, Jeanette Miller of Milwuakee and Mr. and Mrs. August Mlelke of Whittemore were last Wednesday afternoon guests of Mrs. Frank Macumber. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kressin and duaghter, Olivia, Letts Creek and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Macumber, Burt, spent Saturday evening with Mrs. Macumber. The Sunday afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. George Hackman, Algona, and Mrs. Will Mullica, Ortonvllle, Minn. \ •OKED BANANAS ^f * t —— S EE them in "The Bride Wakes Up." And try them on your own table baked or broiled or fried. Read how to cook them in the new recipe leaflet, "Banana Specialties." It also gives you other attractive ways to use bananas in main dishes, salads and desserts. Your copy is free —ask for it at the showing of "The Bride Wakes Up." DON'T MISS THE FREEJOVIE! Learn valuable moneysaving, home-making secrets W ATCH this paper for news of time and place when'The Bride Wakes Up"will be shown. Admission is absolutely FREE. Not only will you enjoy an entertaining movie—but you will learn valuable home-making secrets. How the New Rinsogcis clothes shades whirer without scrubbing or boiling. Why Rinso is the safest soap to use in tub or washer — with its richer, longer, listing suds. THE BRIDE'S KITCHEN It doesn't take the average bride long to realize that she will save herself endless wear and tear if her kitchen is rcmvcnientlly planned and built. If your kitchen isn't what yon think it should be. come in and let us plan a way to inake it modern. Our mill works cau build cupboards, breakfast nooks and other conveniences which will make your kitchen tasks a real pleasure. You will find the cost is very reasonable. Come in today for an estimate on the changes you anticipate. BOTSFORD LUMBER CO. Phone 256 Jim Pool AMAZING SAFETY DEMONSTRATION SEE HOW NEW INVENTION TARES TERRORS DOT OF BLOWOUTS $•• tires on speeding ears ripped to pieces by railroad spikes—blown wide open by dynamite caps. See these cars keep on going without swerving a single inch! See them hold the road, slowing down to a safe, sure, straight* line stop with the tire still inflated—on the amazing new Goodyear LifeGuard Tube that makes the worst blowout as harmless as a slow leak! Don't miss it— you won't believe your eyes! GOODYEAR LIFEGUARD TUBES YOU CAN'T BUY BETTER PROTECTION TO SAVE YOUR LIFE! PLACE On Highway 169 at the FAIR GROUNDS, Algona, Iowa September 28th at 10 a, m. and again at 2 p. m, DUTCH'S Motorola Car Radios Uoodyear Tires and BaU«rie« PHOHE |f Greasing and Washing Standard Oil and Ganfraukeaae FlutthingBirake

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