The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 23, 1937 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 23, 1937
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Alsrona ir™. Sept. 23,1937 STORK DROPS IN ATWHTITEMORE Whittemore: Mr. and Mrs. Leo liUdwig are the parents of a 8% pound son born Saturday. The Ludwigs now have six boys and three girls. Mr. and Mrs. Orval Barber of here are the parents of a son born Friday They have two other children, a boy and girl. Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer received •word Saturday that a boy was born at the Martin Meyer home in Garner. This is the third boy for the Meyers. Mr. Meyer is the son of 1/lr. and Mrs. Wm. Meyer of here. Martin formerly was employed in •the local creamery. At Creamery Meeting Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bartlett and 'Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Laidley of here attended a creamery meeting of section six of the Iowa Creamery •Operators Association at Palmer, -Thursday afternoon. 60 Attend Shower About 60 relatives and friends attended a miscellaneous shower in the Lutheran school hall Sunday afternoon in honor of Mrs. John Baaa. Five hundred was played at six tables. Mrs. Alfred Bruhn won first prize and Mrs. Wm. Lauck was low. Mrs. Baas received many beautiful gifts. A delicious lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. John Laubenthal and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kenne were at Spencer Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bell and Blue Earth, Minn., spent Sunday at the D. Cordes home here. Miss Marguerite Greteman visited with her sister, Mrs. R A. Mahaffie at Mason City, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Allg and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Elbert visited with friends in Springfield, Minn., Sunday. John Waldron submitted to- a minor operation at Des Moines, Monday. Mrs. John Waldron visited with her husband at Des Moines, Sunday. Mrs. Matt Kirschbaum and her children left Friday evening for Toman, Wis., to spend a few days with Mr. Kirschbaum, who is working on the railroad there. Robert, Finnell, Jr., and Miss Gene Boland of Ames and Mrs. Gertrude Hockenberry and family of Mason City visited at the Robert Finnell, Sr., home Sunday. Sunday evening dinner guests at the Henry Lauck home were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Strueckcr and family, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Strueck- er and family and Fred Struecker, all of here and a number from other points. NOT DEMANDS • Just Hints ! Boy Your Fresh Meats at Long's J'U^ Redeem Lux, Rinso, Spry, Lifebuoy coupons at Long's. Don't by the long way around just buy the "Short way around. AT LONG'S Large Post Toasties, today package lOc SJJver Streak Coffee 1 Ib. red bag lOc Macaroni or Spaghetti per package 5c PILLSBURY'S BEST FLOUR OSID EXCLUSIVELY IN MOTION PICTURE COOKING SCHOOL and sold at Long's Quality Store Tomatoes, No. 2 site, 3 cans for 25c New Pack Sweet Corn, No. 2 3 cans 25c Catsup - largo bottle only 13c 10 Barn Laundry Soap a Long buy 27c Cabbage or Onions 10 Ibs. 25c Potatoes, extra fancy per peck 2Sc Save Our Red Coupons, it Pays LONG'S FOOD SHOP •VWWI Lone Rock Vicinity News Items Win At Spencer The Will Christenson Hampshire sheep took one first, two seconds and three thirds at the Clay county fair, Spencer. Two Have Birthdays Sunday dinner guests of the H. A. Wieners in honor of their son, Gerald's birthday were the F. F. Schroeder and the Roy Chrischil- les families, Fenton, the Carl Wieners and the Henry Schroeders. Friday evening all attended a party for Mrs. Henry Schroeder at her home honoring her birthday. Coffee Party Hoste** Tena Jensen entertained at a coffee party last Friday afternoon in honor of her birthday. Attending were Mrs. Roy Jensen, Mrs. Otto Jensen. Mrs. Edward Jensen, Mrs. William Christenson and son, Will of Swen City, Mrs. I. Holdren and daughter and Doris Mac Jensen, Ringsted. Mrs. Forest Christenson and son, Armstrong, and Mrs. Fred Jensen, Seneca. Mr. and Mrs. Ora Hulbert spent Saturday at Fairmont. Mrs. Ida Anderson, Hurt, was a" Sunday dinner guest of the William Nelsons. The Raymond Bierstedts were Sunday dinner guests of the C. E. Sigsbees, Burt. Eugene Blanchard, Mason City, spent the week end at the parental J. M. Blanchards. Lawrence Zwiefel, Fort Dodge, visited Sunday aftrenoon at the Will Christensons. The Herman Madsens, Ringsted, were Sunday supper guests of the Andrew Thomsens. The American Legion Auxiliary will hold Its next meeting with Mrs. Glenn Burt, Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Jensen, Ringsted, were Sunday afternoon visitors at the P. M. Christensons. Donald Bierstedt spent Friday night and Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Macumber, Burt. Promotion Day and Cradle Roll exercises will be held at the local church at 10:00 a. m. Sunday. E. M. Jensen, Otto Jensen and Chris Dahl left Sunday on a fishing trip in northern Minnesota. Dorothy Dacken, Chicago, who is visiting the parents Frank Dack- ens, was a Sunday dinner guest of Margaret Gladstone. Hertha Ruhnka and Larry Lee Theesfield, Fenton, and James Ellen Simmons, Fairmont, spent Sunday with Elma Krueger. Mr. and Mrs. John Newbrough and the Lawrence Newbroughs were Sunday dinner guests of the Edw. Blanchards, Irvington. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hanna, of Schlndler, South Dakota, visited on Thursday and Friday at the homes of Mrs. Tillle Hanna and the A. H. Hannas. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Genrich and Mrs. Evelyn Earing attended the rural letter carriers' meeting at the Lloyd Schencks, Burt, last week on Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Albert McDonough, Nora McDonough, all of Odebolt, spent Saturday and Sunday at the H. A. Wieners. Mrs. McDonough is a niece of Mrs. Wiener. Mrs. M. O. Richards attended a miscellaneous shower at the George Vance home, Algona. Friday in honor of Letha Bilsborough who will be an October bride of Roy Webb. Mrs. H. H. Harrison and son, Harry and Robert Wheeler, Ames, spent the week end at the V. J., C. M., and Lloyd Gross homes. Mr. Wheeler is radio announcer at WOI, Ames, Mr. and Mrs. George Jentz and fufnily, Fenton, were Sunday dinner guests of the A. H. Hannas. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jentz and daughter, Maxine, Fenton, were afternoon visitors. 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Come and See Why We Offer the Greatest Value Thomas Radio Service Irvington, Iowa 3 From Burt To U. of Iowa Burt: Dean and Rachel Clapsaddle will leave Wednesday for Iowa City, where Dean will begin his second year as a medical student. Rachel will be a junior in the University. Paul Krlethe, Jr., will also go to Iowa City, where he will take his first year as a law student. Mrs. August Meyer Hostess To Sister Fenton: Mr. and Mrs. August iteyer entertained at their home on Thursday evening at a birthday surprise party honoring Mrs. Meyer's sister, Mrs. Lena Pompe of 3arney, North Dakota, who spent .he summer here visiting relatives. Tuesday she left for her home. Guests at the party were Mrs. Herman Leudtke, Sr., Bertha Kressin, Hr. and Mrs. Herman Krause, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jentz, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hintz and family, Mrs. Wary Mlttag. Mr. and Mrs. Fred tfeycr and son, James, Mr. and \fra. Will Eimers, Mr. and Mrs. Smil Eimers. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Woyer, Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer and their families, all of Fenton and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Cultbert- son and family of Lone Rock. The evening was spent at cards and a delicious luncheon served by the lost and hostess. Mrs. Pompe received a number of lovely gifts. Margaret Fiene returned home from Indiana Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Gengler went :o St. Paul Monday morning on a business trip. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cruikshank and Ruth of Algona were Sunday visitors at the A. L. Jackman home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lieb and son, Duane, were Thursday evening vis- tors at the Wm. Meyers home in Whittemore. Viola Bell, who is employed at the Lotts Creek store, visited at the parental, Wm. Belt home at West Bend recently. Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Stahlbock of Fort Dodge were Saturday nnd unday visitors at the Walter Faulstich home at Lone Rock nnd at Lhe Hugo Faulstich home in Lotts Creek. There will be English reading t>y Teacher Wm. Schmiel in the Lotts Creek Lutheran church in the absence of Rev. Fiene who will preach at a mission festival In Storm Lake. Whittemore News Ray Burdine of Oskaloosa was a dinner guest at the John S. Cullen tome Saturday evening. Ruth and Sarah Schroeder of Burt visited at the R. A. Bartlett home Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Geo. Yoeger of Florida, formerly of Algona, visited with tier slater, Mrs. Robert Finnell, Sr., last week. George Kissner returned from Fort Dodge last week after having ieen there two weeks to have his fractured jaw given treatment. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bartlett and Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Laidley were dinner and bridge guests at the E. E. Kelly home at Emmetsburg, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Kenne, sons Ralph and Gene nnd daughter, Bernadine were Sunday dinner ucsts at the Pat Kenne home in Estherville. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hugo Meyer nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Lauck, son, Henry and daughter, Lucille visited at the Martin Meyer home in arncr Monday evening. Mr. und Mrs. Henry Pretzell and Jeanette Miller of Milwaukee, returned to their homes Saturday after spending the past week at the August Mielke home here. Mr. und Mrs. Roger Kibert and family and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Braatz and daughter, Ruth, visited at the Art Lunsman and E. R. Johnson homes at Mason City, Sunday. There were a number of Sunday dinner guests at the Walter Struecker home including the Er- wln Struecker family, Fred Struecker, the Henry Lauck family, all of here. Mrs. D. O. Friets and Mrs. Albert Friets made a trip Thursday to the woods to pick wild grapes They are not so plentiful as last year. Miss Evelyn M'ayne of Ledyard is spending the weak at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Frank Kelly. Mjss Mayne will leave for a commercial college next week. Mr. and Mrs. Cluus Ubben of Amboy, Minn., spent Sunday at the home of Ole Gerdis. Other guests were Margaret und Grace Kart'ls of Bancroft, and Mr. and Mra. Ted Gerdis of Buffalo Center. Mr Ubben in an uncle and Ted Gerdi;i, a brother of Mr. Gurdi.i. The Harold Finn family of Chicago, visiting at the home of Mr Finn and at the home of Mrs. Finn near Lakota, visited relatives Des Motnes und other points on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday They were accompanied by Mrs Finn and her father, C. C. Cam- muck. Mrs. Albert Friets of F,l- morc was clerk at the (Jelled po office during her mother's absence. CCC NOTICE Special rulings or regulations govern the certification of cnrollees for the October, 1937, selection period. Boys between the ages of seventeen and twenty-three inclusive unmarried, and at the time of enrollment unemployed and in neec of employment, are eligible. Previous enrollees with honorable discharges must have been out of camp for a period of six months Boys may be selected from families not dependant upon selectees for support, but who are unable to give the applicant further schooling or training similar to that obtainable at a OCX! camp. The selectee makes a deposit in place of aa allotment. For further information call al the Relief Office. w. E. MCDONALD, j| Administrator To G-ovt. Position Fenton: Veterinarian Dr. A. W. Krause. who hns been practising for hree months in Ringstcd has accepted n position with the government, nnd will leave Ulngstcd ns soon ns he receives word from Washington. D. C. Dr. Krause went to Des Moines last week for n ihysicnl examination. He will be stationed nt Spencer. Dr. Krnuse is [he son of Mr. and Mrs. G. R. [frause of Fenton. Friday afternoon. Mrs, George Higgins and children drove to DCS Moines early Sunday morning to spend the day visiting their husband and father, who Is B. patient nt the Veterans' hospital. Mr. Hlggins Is now improving and expects to come home the last of next week. Mrs. Mayme Reibsnmen Baker of Williams. California, visited Friday, Saturday and Sunday with her many friends and relatives here. Mr. nnd Mrs. Forest Reibsnmen and children of Britt drove over Sunday evening to take her home with them for a visit. Neal Mlchaelson. who on account of asthma nnd hay fever has been in Iron River for some time, returned home the latter part of the week, expecting to remain home, but found It necessary that he return to Wisconsin for relief from his suffering. Mr. Michnelson will remain there until we hnve had several heavy frost-s here. TITONKANEWS Aid Society Program The ladies of the M. E. Aid society have planned a program for their regular meeting Wednesday afternoon in the basement of the church. Following the business meeting and progrnm, lunch will be served to all, with Mesdames Jennings. Intcrmill, L. C. Heifncr. A. Schram and George Hansen ns hostesses. This is the last business meeting of the present year. Hog Cholera Formers in the Weslcy-Titonkn community are reporting the loss of their hogs through cholera. It would seem thnt the loss of horse flesh would be sufficient for one season, but the losses of this kind seem to be beyond human control. Mrs. Esther Askins hns been ill the pnst few days, but is reported improving nt this time. Dnle Craven, after spending a few days nt the parental Craven home, left Tuesday for Omaha where he is manager of a large oil station. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Nelson and little son were week end visitors at the Oley Mlchaelson and Henry Nelson homes, also at the Zwiefel and McColley homes. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Franzcn, Sr., left Monday morning for Canlstota,, South Dakota, where they are receiving medical attention. They will spent^ several days there. Mr. and Mrs. Tyce De Groote came over from Northwood Sunday to spend the day visiting their many friends and attend the M: E. church Good Fellowship Roundup. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Kuchenreuth- er and family enjoyed visits Sunday from their daughter, Viola, husband and family from Blue Earth, and their daughter, Mable and family from Garner. Dick Wclp enjoyed the company of his son, John and family of Knmrar who cume up Sunday to spend the dny with him. Mr. Welp makes his home with his son, Fred nnd family, cast of town, Mr. and Mrs. John Stott, newlyweds, returned Monday evening from their honeymoon trip spent in northern Minnesota, and nre occupying the Lester Callics property in the west part of town. Paul Fisher, little son of Mr. nnd Mrs. K. I. Fisher, has been quite ill the last few days. The Fishers were ready to leave for their home in Minneapolis, where Mr. Fisher is employed but were delayed because of Paul's illness. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Adamson and children spent Sunday in Estherville visiting at the home of Mrs. Will Wilkins and children. Mrs. Wilklns and Mr. Adamsou are brother and sister, and Mr. Adamson, the Rock Island depot agent here. The membership division with Mrs. Tom Young of Doan as the chairman, assisted by Mrs. Clarence Mechler and Miss Mathilda Falk will entertain friends and members of the American Legion Auxiliary unit at the Denton home You Want TELEPHONE li'you li\ cd ia ,'ap in, it mi^lu hi.- .t ^ood uu-a to gi.-t <, i>ur uruur in early. \ on!/ • iO.DOOmir. u! .•»-i:;,'iJO .r>- pliL.iUuus tor it'iej)U- <i.'. j u cro liilci!. In tin-, town .uul (lit- re's t of die I'likcil Si.iici ci>ruiiiK>ii-> t ;iv litiicTiiit. Here it »'i cuii i.M.iry to inst; !i .1 ti_!«. nhuiiL- almon any ».--y you spe-iiy...ibe oruvr iiCi-ls to be only a few da s in acK-ancc. The licll Syatcin is organized to provide prompt, accurate, dependable and constantly improving furnish at all times the best service u the lowest charges. 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