The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 23, 1937 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 23, 1937
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 23,1937 SIUY; YOU COME AION6WITH ME TO THE MOTION 1 PICTURE COOKING SCHOOl NOW SEE THE DIFFERENCE .' MARVELOUS MEAIS WERt/l'VE lEW?NtO TH -SUCH PUS, v SECRET, Spry yv SUCH CAKES- SUCH FRIED MODS Learn how Spry makes baked and fried foods DOUBLY DELICIOUS -go to Motion Picture Cooking "I \T ATCH this paper for nnnouncf- VV ment of time and place and \lr sure to go. Enjoy an entcrt.imini; (picture—learn new cooking secrets. IHow to pet lighter cakes in linlf the "mixing time, flakier pastry, ni^n; fried foods, so digestible n i-liild , >•; School-"The Bride Wakes Up' c.'it tliem. Learn about Spry — tli'. 1 new triple• erettmtd At.I.-vege- table shortening. It's purer, whiter. smooth as satin, stays fresh righto* flic pantry shelf. Fries u 11 h'> n t s in o k e. N -Hi'll love Spry! s tresn right o» Spry WHEN The Bride Wakes Up" Ilic v.'ilnc of ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES And That 's \Vlicii Slic'll <}.. 'I',, Tin- Pratt Electric Co. I*. S.—Don't full to Hoe "The Bride Waken !'n," the newest, most interesting form of rooking school, free, at Cull Theatre next week. \ I il;i\ I" -i r iny lii 'A' Kl.,K<"riiH,' I UAMiK. 1 'lliink lln-y \VITI- ;i liitli' i-iivii.u-. jilthmi^li they li;i\v i-Jicli ki-|.; lii'll^i- \vitll i/lir. in lii'-ir kii.-l.i-ii !'.•!• war-. Of and ilc|M'i.i|;ililc t !i;\n aii'. "I hi i \\\>-\ i: >-1 aii'i ' he*. Don't fail to see the new cooking school on the screen, "The Bride Wak«s Up" on Sept. 27, 28, 29- 9:30 a. m. -at Thii: Call Theatre. City of Algona On Duplay At The City Hall North East Kossuth Page DEPPINGS WED 25 YEARS ON SEPTEMBER 18 Tuesday to Oancroft Saturday. Sept. 18. was a rather important day for Mr. and Mrs. A A. Pepping of Ledyard. That day marked the 2, r >th wedding annivers- nrv of the couple. The hride of Sept. 18. 1!>12. was Miss Emma Kracht. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Krncht of Rrtxter. Iowa, at whose home the mrtrringe took place. Saturday night nbout 50 members of the church sprang n complete surprise on the couple at about 7:30 o'clock. A very enjoyable evening was spent. The couple was presented with the fine gift of $2,i.OO in silver. Refreshments were served. The pastor addressed the company telling some of the things that had happened during the 25 years. LrUe in the evening, some of their relatives arrived from Baxter. Iowa, with more refreshments nnd several fine and useful gifts. In this company were: Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wintermeier. Mr. and Mr,*s. August Hager and Miss Lorraine Hneer. Sunday noon. Mr. and Mrs. Al Herman of Boone also j j' n ''Vhom'pso'n. arrived to extend their congratula- ' (ions nnd they also did not come empty hnnded. Their valuable gift wns nlso a real surprise. Mrs. Herman is a niece of the Pcppings. Their son. Alvin. who is attend- Several Hebron Bridal Showers Held This Week Hebron: A miscellaneous shower was given for Mr. nnd Mrs. Alvin Hunter last Thursday at the home of the bride. They received many beautiful and useful gifts. A lunch was served by her before everyone departed for their homes Bridnl Shower Mr. and Mrs. John Badje and family attended a shower in honor of her sister. Hilda Johnson of Bancroft, who was married last Elmer Schneider of Moving to taokta Mrs Gertie Boehm will move to U-ikota the first of October. (iocs I'nder Knife Charles Rhode underwent an op- ration at Rochester last Tuesday. What his ailment is we have not. earned as vet. Mrs. Olin Larson spent Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Otis Midthun. Mrs. Beatrice Osland attended the fair at Spencer last Wednes- ing rollege nt Sheboygnn. Wis., could nnt be present for the occasion. The year 1P37 also marks the 25th anniversary of the ordination of Rev. Depping. After his graduation from the theological seminary at Sheboygan. Wis.. in June. 1P12. he accepted a call from the Reformed church at Berne. Minn. He served seven years nt Berne :in<l then accepted n call from the Reformed church at Klemmc. Iowa, where hp served six years. After that he served a congregation at Wishek. Xorth Dakota, for four vcars ami then came to Ledyr.rd June 1. 1929. Mrs. Oscar Frandle spent Tues- at the John Ingebritson home Mr and Mrs. Oscar Frandle and finiily spent Sunday at the Clar- c;u-c Havelands. Mrs. Gust Nelson helped Mrs. Lars Egesdnhl cook for slio fillers LAKOTA NEWS a At Convention There was no school Monday as the grade teachers, the Misses Householder. Awe. Shaw and Chipman attended a convention at Forest City and the high school teachers Supt. Grabau. Alton Anderson. Olene Larson and Mary Templeton attended one at Algona. I'kena Reunion The Jerry Ukenas. the Will Uk- enas and Mrs. Ida Ukena attended a reunion of the Ukena family at Call State Park, Algona. Sunday. Entering Orlnnell Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ley took their daughter, Betty, to Grinnell Sunday, where she entered college this week. Betty expects to major in dramatic.s. last Wednesday, John Bndje enjoyed a visit from his sister and family of Guckeen. Minn., last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Loge and baby were Sunday dinner guests at the Adrian Hauskins. Mrs. Joe Sandum, Mrs. Carl Anderson and Mrs. Carl Hauskin enter- tertained the Liberty Ladies' Aid last Wednesday at Rake. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Eichorn and .-ons returned home from a trip to California recently. They had planned to be out there for the winter. Build New Barn Lakota: A crew of carpenters from Emmetsburg are building a new barn on the farm owned by the Chicago Joint Stock Land Bank and occupied by the A. T. Buckels. The barn and several other buildings on this farm were burned last summer, D.O.FRIETSWILL BUILD NEW HOME Oerlccl: Preparations for the building of n fine new farm home on the D. O. Frlets place are now tinder way. The old house is being moved to n new foundation. Mrs Alfred Schtiltz of Algona spent Monday at the Kelly home. Mrs. nave Friets was a visitor in the Fred Schwartz home Monday afternoon. Mrs. Dave Frlfts visited at the Jake Keller home in Bancroft on Sunday afternoon. Miss .lanella .Tones had her tonsils removed at the hospital at Buffalo Center Friday. Alice Oleson returned to St. Paul Thursday after spending two weeks at the hcwr of her brother. Reuben. Mervin Jones and friend of Chi- sto visited at the home of his father. J. M. Jones, a few days last week. The Kelly family visited a broth- j T-in-law. Roy Miller at Fairmont, I Sunday evening. Mr. Miller is still II with heart trouble. Dick Dontje and family of Out-keen. Minn., visited the Gordis home Sunday. Other visitors were the Ted Gerdis family of Buffalo Cent- j r. There was n family gathering at the Frank Kelly home Sunday. The puests were Mr. Kelly's brother. Bert and family of Fairmont, also his father and mother. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Friets. who have been visiting relatives for a month in this vicinity, left Saturday to go to Wisconsin. The Bernard Finn family. Mrs. L. I. Finn and C. C. Cammnck were visitors at the home of Albert Friets and wife in Elmore, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, Clifford White and two children visited at the D. O. Fi icts home Monday. They are residents of Riverton. Iowa and Mr. White is ;in uncle of Maynnrd White. The H. F. Finn family returned to Chicago last Monday forenoon. They were accompanied by Mrs. Albert Friets. who is a sister of Mr. Finn. Mrs. Friets returned with the family of her brother. Bernard, also of Chicago, who are visiting at the home of his mother. Mrs. L. I. F'inn. Ledyard Girl Soon to Wed Lakotan Ledyard: O n last Thursday afternoon Miss Elsie Schwartz, who is soon to be married to Clarence Persig of Blue Earth, was honor guest at a shower at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schwartz. On next Thursday, Miss Irene Schwartz will be honor guest at a shower given by Mrs. Richard Zielske and Mrs. D. O. Friets at the Friets home. She is to be married soon to John Wibben of Lakota. The girls are sisters and they graduated from the Lertyard high school together several years ago and in the near future will be married in n double wedding ceremony. L. A. Barslous Are Host to Coloradans Ledyard: Mr. and Mrs. Raymond O'Dell and son. Donnld of Denver. Colorado, came last Thursday to visit at the L. A. Barslous and with other relatives. Helen O'Dell who has been visiting here several weeks will go on with them to the "Wilfred Barslous in northern Minnesota nnd then return home with them. You Can Trade In Your Coupons for - SPRY, LUX, RINSO AND | LIFEBUOY SOAP HERE When "The Bride Wakes Up" She'll Find It Pays to Buy Quality Merchandise—That's All We Have. MOE & SJOGREN Phono 24(J Lakota Woman At O.E.S. Meeting Lakota: Mrs. H. D. Mussman, Jr.. attended a one o'clock chicken luncheon at Elmore. Friday. Eight past matrons of the Eastern Star were entertained by Mrs. George More, assisted by Mrs. Eva Borm;\n at the More home. After the business meeting the women enjoyed playing the new game of Hearts. Mrs. Mussman won high nnd Mrs. Orpha Kerr won low. Mrs. H. D. Mussman. Sr.. enjoyed the clay with Mrs. F. C. Kiester. Alvin and Willie Sohn attended the Spencer fair last Tuesday. FINALS OF LEDYARD AMATEURS CONTEST DREW RECORD THRONG j The Fred Christ.s were Sunday 1 visitors at the Leonard Ohrists. The (Ins Koppens drove to Spen, ' i r, S'tttird.'iy to attend the fair. I The A. C, KJocken .spent Sunday i v.-Hli tlif MI! Christ.s ;it Forest City. : Hi fry lilonie is the new manager ; nf the Standard f>il station since : i'-t. we"!:. I.en t 'lutiuiefht sp'-tit the week ! . ::.| with patent., Mr. and Mis. ,\: my from lu-i-i- attended the \ I'I'M I>ay activitii., Sunday and | Ii;""' •' lal'K'' erowd (.resent. ; Knur,a -in«i I, Tliavi-s. Mrs. ' 'i"'in, Tainen :incl Mr.-.. William [ Turley atlendi-il the fair at .Spen- I < er, Thursday. Mrs. Mow.'trd I.athrop. Thoinp- .son. visited at the K. K. Worlcys on Sunday and they all drove to Mankato in tile afternoon. Rev. Harvey Nelson and si'veral <i( the Kpwurth !.eaj,'ue young people intended the Kpworth league ineetins at Hurt .Sunday. Mr.s Minnie Thaves, who ha.s lived ft>r several year.s with her daughter, ha.s moved into her house recently vacated hy the Arch Keilge i family. I Mi aiid Mrs. (iu^l Kupptn ami )ii. H,iro!d returned friday from .'i.-'otissn where tln-v had aUemi- I tl...- f'.n.tral of Mr,. Koppt-n's mother. Mr !•: I \Voodwoftli .• p-nt I'-n-l .'. - : /. '-'.".'.l: relative^ at ijrneydaii n. i .'.! i Wnr,dv.-orth a:id two 1 . I.;:.'. . . .!:•,'..- li.,-1,- .-:•,;.da;. al,d .•••.i.. i.! :.. : l..<m- I*'. -••! i s.'.il ilel,'' .Si I. .'.'a : I/. i-jit..-r- i.('.'-t .' : i'.'.-i.l:. at :-. (aeiii[.Ua! >: • : 1-;; :•: .-.- :i,'. n u y.'ii-, .: ill in.;. i I i • • d '.ill /.. <.. i.' t! Mr .j.<! Mi 'Vriii. 1., v/i- .Ii • " M',:.d ,;. t .: j:aili..,i . I,,...-a. .'•;.• : •• ':.-;, '.•. :i! u. ;iu- ' i.- ir '..i,n^' Ledyard: On Saturday night the^ final amateur contest was held before the largest crowd of the season. This was the tenth contest and everyone has been worth while and entertaining and a large crowd has been In town to hear each one. The business men who sponsored these programs are to t>e congratulated on their .succss. The results of this contest will be announced in next week's paper. Those tfiliins part In this final contest ha<l been winners in the nine !iiv< e<!iriK contests and were as follows: FITIKIT Brothers, Mankato; The .^r.iith .Sisters. Klinore; Cable Sifft- t :-.;. Lcilyani: f'lnriee Tiiompson, lOliiiure: ( Vc ami Val. Al^ona : Alii c .\iitlr L-'I :ca.':it<i. Ar-thur • Iri-.-ier. I.akota: Miller Si !.r... Lalii't.i: John Jor^eriion. I.erlyuil. I'arents of Daughter Mr. and Mr.s. Hav flordon are the parents of a daughter liorn Thurs• I iy. .Sept. 10. Mrs. Kffje f'urtis is '•a 111114 for Mrs. ('.union. '..'•• " ..d. : !Mrei. ,--' .1 ,!•! !V .::id 1 .-' . •:..-, .'. '..!. l!i. il ;, in I.I-. Ml al.d ' : M: I;. .. !|. -Mai ; l:,i:- •.'-, •' ..t-r i ' :>.•(• ! :.. ':'.'.,. i. ' i t •,,! i .. . i' . • : ... al.d I i.•!•• H •liil.- ' •: : l v,:. ,|. I, i..l.i .' rj,,., : i J..A,, i I ':'.'. l ,: dl.,-..- l;r,l,.e Ki:da'. , .e• '•'..: n..! i..--. 1 ii..- Y.-.M-,! ..-i.ii .vita I.•••••-' l ii..-.i: M; aiid Mi - ff.-nry i . i' ; ' ; i... - M: ai.d Mi , \V !•: i;a!kh«-i lit. i I i'.'.i.iif I.L diove to Horhtoter ' Mi..11 .-• n.ij i> in vi.Tit. Mis. fjjsla j.M'Kre ..I Hii:ii.^',, .Montana who I i •• m 'h. iio.-pi'il there having und< r_- .lit- ai. o;..-r,itinr, for tumor on the . pllie Teachers Vacation I.edyard: Many of the teacher.-, (>•>'nl the v.eek end at their respective itume.s: Mi.3.3 Simth at Swea C'n>. Mi.s.-, (Jalbijaii at Kuckwell; Ali.j.s t-'apijel at ImJei.eiKJeiiLL-. MI.J^ V'erl.; at Hake; Mr. Morri., al .",'a,ii- uu. J lie! e 'A a:» Ilu ,-ieluJol oil ^iollil^y u.> tile Ingri aclioul teachers attended llLstituU' at Algoiiii allU llm iilatie Ua- 'l.el .. a! Fiji i .,t <'lty The Paul Oelhaus family visited relatives Saturday at Hollandale. The Uewey Links of Waterloo visited Sunday at the t). A. Link home. Harriett Matzener anil Herbert Zlelske were Al(;ona callers on Saturday. fleorge Hagge anil Warren Lloyd u'ere business callers in Algona on Saturday. The George Thompsons visited at the Karl Jones home in fJraettinger Sunday afternoon. Mrs. LeKoy Anderson and son. Fred of Radcliffe visited Sunday at th<: L W. Wiemer home. Mr.->. J. Looft of Svvea City visited Sunday at the home of her daughter. Mr.s. .N'. A. I'ingel. The Alfred S, iiadendorfs left on Tuo.lay Inr Kenthrarult t<t visit at : the Joon Junkemeier home. : Leonard Manthei accompanied ! Mr and Mr.s. Albert Weaver to Kl: .Jura .Sunday to visit relatives. Mi , Agatha Keller and son. :<i< hc.las '.vent to Leon Saturday to vi ,11 ii-r daughter Mrs. F.dward i l> ,vi,. i-'ied Munyvr and Mr. and Mrs. Kin! Xitz arid daughter moved into -ht- Lyneh brotl^eis' liome last v.--Lk. 1'^d di--^'-r and Mis Amy John- .mi and daughters of Al;,'ona (ailed it tile Harriett Mai/ener home on Sun-lay. Lion.ud Laagla. of Lyons. South !M(;M! i visited witn Han let Mat- /.-ner Saturday He i.s Mrs Matzen--i '.i <:au-llt Mr and Mrs Julius Jensen and Mr. and Mrs Jensen of Buffalo I'-.-nte;- vi.jited Sunday at the Glenn Vahnke home. Mr and Mrs Wm l j oppt drove to Nevada. Sunday and took Mrs. 1'opp- s mother. Mrs. Prior home after a two weeks' visit. Mr and Mia. Frank Junkin.'j of Sioux City visited at the Clifton Ktigelhy home la tl week Tuesday evening The ladies aru .sisters Mr and Mra. Henry Balvunce and daughter and Max Schultz and Miss Osvrerner, all of Kldora, vislled on Sunday at the H tialvance and Gabel liomei The Fiaok Nitzs tO'.jk Wallace Sluwin jky who works for them to Uexter, Minn, Sunday to visit his father. The NiUu visited relntiveu in Albert Lea. Mr^ Hazel Jenka of Fort Dodge took care of the telephone exchange Saturday night nnd Sunday while Mr. and Mrs. Smith visited at Worthington, Minn. Richard Zielske and sons, Walter, Alfred and Arthur, Raymond Wilcox, George Haggc and Alice, and Warren Lloyd attended the Field Meet near Bancroft Sunday. Herman. Walter and Gin Sinions- meier. Harold Albright. Rimer Zielske. Mr. nnd Mrs. Marvin Junke- meier and Mr. and Mr.s. Rimer Junkemeier attended the Spciii'(T fair Saturday. ! Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Kmjelhy and Orvillc visited at the <;. Ii. Montgomery home in Forest City Sunday. Mrs, Montgomery returned with them to visit relatives here and at Klmorc this week. Mr. and Mrs. Tor;;rrsoii of M c,oii City came Sunday to vi.'.il their daughter. Pliylh.- They were all guests at the John Miller home, and Mary Klizabetii Miller returned with them to resume her studies at a business rollege. The following were Sunday guests at the Albert Barnes home: Mr. and Mr.s. Sam Christophel ami Gene of Grant, Mary Eriokson, Verne Willard, and Edith Brighton of Armstrong and Opal Corhus of Elmore, and Mr. and Mra. Aeilt Troff and sons of Ledyard. Former Ledyard Teacher Succumbs Ledyard: Mr. and Mrs. Rdward Halverson and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Looft attended the funeral of Mrs. Gordon Field at Forest City Sunday. Mrs. Field was formerly Pearl Hawan and she taught In Ledynrd about 1"> years nco. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mussman and Mrs. H. D. Mussman drove to Riceviile Sunday and spent the day visiting Mrs. Mussman.Sr. daughter and family, the Kempfs. Mrs. Marie Ebert accompanied them. SIR THOMAS Sectet 'efiTe* Lipton grows tea . . . Lipton knows tea. From the lofty heights of the famous Lipton gardens comes the quality that means added flavor, true economy to you. At all grocers. - .'•'"':•:••• -' : " '.;".,". •:.'-?••?' "• '.''"' •''-''-,•' "••-J.t-.'<'•}-'' -'v^'-&'•,-•> •'•-•'"• •, .-rf*v •' • - -.-•••'' - ••**, •» -,t>:f K- : -A^i3#-Vfe*$"f**• UPTON! olio Qntn Japan Free Movie Read all about if in /he (NAME OF PAPER) Plan to tee "THE BRIDE WAKES UP" Order COAL Now From Your Old, Reliable Dealer Blue Star Great Heart Superior 'liit-vYr Iiiti-k I'm 1 iiinoIn-]' winter of warm sal- l-l ;!<•! 'oil 1<> |t.l!ll<liv<l> of our rll vt diners. We ur^e you to go and see the novel picture, "The Bride V/akes Up," a full length talkie picture, at the Call next week. F. S. Norton & Son Liuulicr—(Vial—Building Material lioiu- L'L'!* Alj^ona, Iowa SKELGAS THE COMPRESSED NATURAL GAS OF QUALITY ADVANTAGES! 1 Clean 2 No Soot 3 - No Mu&» 4 No Ashea 5—instant Heat 6 Quick Cooking 7—Cool Kitchen 8—Economical 9- Saves Work 10—Heat Regulator 16—Doea Not Freeze in the Winter ADVANTAGES! 11—Easily Installed 12—Easy to Operate 13—Trouble-Free 14—Beautiful Ranges 15—Nothing to Wear Out When "The Bride Wakes Up", she'll find that Skel gas Cooking will Produce That Smile on Hubby's Face. • EASILY, QUICKLY INSTALLED, READY TO USE Your SKELGAS dealer simply new it up, runs copper tubiujf to your stove or other an pJiunce, and you are ready to enjoy SKEUGAS convenience. P " See Them on Display Across Prom Call Theatre Bjustrom's Home Appliances

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