The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 30, 1937 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 30, 1937
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 30,1937 HOME SCENE OF FAMILYREUNION Guests of Honor Prom Jefferson Entertained At Fenton . famlly set-together *,, at the home of Mr - a " d Mrs. Philip Welsbrod, Sunday, in Honor of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Woods of Jefferson, Iowa. Others attending were Mr. and Mrs. Nean Nellis and daughter, Rosemary of Renwick Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Kern and family of SeJtton, Mr. and Mrs. Joe McOovern and son, Mickey of Rodman, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kern and family and Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Welsbrod and family of Fenton. A dinner was held at noon. Afternoon guests were Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Kresensky and family, Mrs. J. C. Kresensky and Florence Kresensky of Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Boevers of West Bend. Operate on Boy's Arm Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Stlgman took their son, Donald to the Fort Dodge hospital Tuesday, where Donald submitted to an operation on his left arm that was broken several weeks ago In a fall from a pony. The nerves are affected and he has lost the use of the hand. Joint Birthday Party Mrs. W. V. Yager and Mrs. Geo. Jentz were honored at a joint birthday anniversary party Sunday afternoon at the Yager home. Mrs. Jentz's birthday was Wednesday and Mrs. Yager's on Sunday. Bridge was played at five tables with Mrs. C. O. Bailey, Seneca, winning the high score prize and Mrs. Arthur Mueller the second high. Hostesses were Mrs. Amos Finnestad, Mrs. Fred W. Jentz and Mrs. Dorothea Qerhardts. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Osborn were entertained at the George Goetsch home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Goetsch were Sunday dinner guests at the Emmet Twalt home near Depew. Carlton Stevens of Strawberry Point is spending a few days here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Stevens. Agnes Goetsch entertained her Sunday School class of boys at a ' picnic dinner In the thurch parlors Sunday noon. Mr. and Mrs. William Rlcklefs of Tltonka were Sunday evening sup- per guests with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schwtppe, Maxlne, daughter of William Donahue, Jr., who attend* school at EmmeUbhnr, spent the w*ek eiM with her faUte>. ' Mr. and Mr*'. W. «. 8to«bef took their daughter, GtiBy*, \o DM Moines Sunday, where Une Vlll resume her studies. Mrs. EVefett Holllday of Leland, Iowa, .-fpeht a week ago Monday here wip to former school mate, Mr3 ) B.R.ftahh«6n. John WeUbfod, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Welsbrod of Bmmets- burg, Spent the week end with the Elmer Welsbrod family. Mr. and Mrs. William Jentz and daughter, Janice Ann were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Norland. Mr. and Mrs. Kerfi Elerlck of Alta and Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Wels- brod were Sunday dinner' guests at the Alfred Meyers home. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Lakln and daughter, Arlene and Adls Bartlett all of Esthervllle, spent Sunday at the John Espe home here. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bell and children, Loren and Luella and Edwin Wlttkopf were Sunday visitors at the Herman Gade home. The Delbert Hanna family of Lone Rock and the George Jentz family spent Sunday at the parental Albert Wolfgram home. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Osborn and daughter, Wllma, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Osborn and son, Roger, were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Anna Osborn here. Rev. aud Mrs. H. R. Wrede and son, Harold of Garner, and Mr. and Mrs! Enos Wrede vfcre entertained at a she o'clock dinner at the G. R. Krause home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gerhart Schmidt of Arlington, Minn., and Gertrude Schulte and Virginia Krueger, of Mankato visited from Saturday to Sunday evening at the Henry Schulte homei Mr. and Mrs. George Bley of Glenville, Minn., visited Fenton relatives and friends Saturday and also attended to business matters. The Bleys still own the house now occupied by the Raymond Stoeb- ers. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Balgeman of Whlttemore, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell and family and Mrs. H. B. Alderson and family were entertained at the William Alderson home Sunday. Afternoon callers were Clarence Swenson and Elling Olsen. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Theesfleld entertained the following at dinner Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schultz and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Krueger and daughter, Janet Lee and Elma and Harold Krueger of Burt and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Theesfleld and daughter, Edna of Armstrong. We wDl pay top prices for your ear corn. We have a large double crib, with inside elevator and truck dump. Before selling your ear or shelled corn it will pay you to get our prices. We cany one of the largest feed stocks in northern Iowa. When needing feeds of any kind get our delivered prices. Davenport Elevator Company West Bend, la. K. & H. Cooperative Oil Co. Operating Statement September I, 1836 to August 31, 18S7 SALES Lean: Gasoline Tax Inventory, September 1, 1936 Purchases Less: Inventory, August 31, 1937 GROSS COMMODITY GAIN OTHER INCOME— Dividend* Earned GROSS INCOME DEDUCTIONS— All Expenses Interest NET PROFIT DISTRIBUTION OF PROFIT- Interest Dividend State Reserve Undivided Profits $200,363.88 31,906.64 ( 7,427.20 130,279.35 $174,457.24 $137,706.55 8,035.91 $129,670.64 $ 44.7S6.60 839.59 $ 45,626.19 30,464.82 $ 15,161.37 86.77 $ 15,074.60 $ 874.40 1,507.46 12,692.74 TOTAL PROFIT—7 years Sales in Gallons Gasoline KtroMoe Tractor Fuel $15,074.60 $102,578.01 1935 1936 1937 713,735 884,057 1,065.914 101,467 117,081 138,945 130,381 146,002 153,741 945,583 21.580 15,309 1.147,140 22,172 16.799 Oils Grease, pounds A WOEO FROM THE MANAGER 1,358.600 23,513 20.780 A very important test of the stability of uny organization, and one which should instill confidence in its members is its ability to withstand adverse business conditions. Your company was started at Uw beginning of the depression. How it came through it you all know. This year your company perhaps endured the worst ga» war in the state und sacrificed about nine thousand dollars in profits. In the face of that condition it still showed a healthy profit and will again pay a. nice dividend. Total profits in seven years now stand at one hundred and two thousand dollars. With this splendid cooperation, may we hope to eoptiaue harmoniously tor the mutual beuetit of all Mr. and Mrs. George Setms and daughter, Shirley w«rt Sunday dinner gneUtt «T flrt R«*. ftitt Mrs. Max Frederick* near Humboldt. They aUd visited At the Arthur Frederick home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clayton and daughter, Helen and son, Blllle of Charles City and Mrs. William Krause of Lone Rock were entertained' at dinner Sunday at the R. L. Padgett home. Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Snyder left Tuesday morning for Sioux City to attend the 'annual Northwest Iowa conference. Selma Meyer is staying with Phyllis and Warren Snyder, children of the Rev. and Mrs. Snyder. Mrs. J. T. Snyder, Mrs. Carrie Volgt and daughter, Ardls and Lilas Boevers, Mrs. George Newel and daughter, Mary Georgia, Mrs. H. O. Llndsey, Ann Finn, and Gladys Slelchter were Fairmont visitors on Saturday. Mrs. H. L. Padgett and Mrs. W. R. Wolfe attended a Legion Auxiliary school of Instruction at the O. H. Graham home In Burt Tuesday. Mrs. Padgett is president and Mrs. Wolfe, secretary of the local organization. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haase and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hayenga were entertained at dinner Sunday at the Aaron Taylor home near Burt. Shirley Mae Haase, who spent the week end with Blanche Riebhoff in Burt, came home with her parents. Mrs. W. 3. Weisbrod and son, Donald, returned home Thursday evening, after a two days' visit with Mrs. Welsbrod's granddaughter, Elinor Ann Denker, who is in the Rock Rapids hospital recovering from injuries suffered in an auto accident Mrs. W. R. Wolfe entertained Mrs. Jay Woods of Jefferson and Mrs. Walter Widdel, on Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Wood's husband came after her Sunday after she spent twd weeks here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Welsbrod and other relatives. Mrs. Albert Genrich Elected As Leader Of LuVerne Group LuVerne: Mrs. Albert Genrich was re-elected president of the Methodist Ladies' Aid last Wednesday. Mrs. Harry Lichty Is to serve as vice president; Mrs. Wm. Ellis, secretary, and Mrs. Archie Sanford, treasurer. It was voted to continue having the four circles with the present leaders, Mrs. Wm. Ellis, Mrs. D. H. Wermersen, Mrs. Herb Smith and Mrs. John Brink. There will be one general meeting during each month and one meeting in circles. < T. Kyler Young, a missionary on furlough from Iran gave a talk at the Presbyterian church Monday evening. "Church and the Changing World", was his topic. Oil Station Change The management of the Standard Oil station changed hands Monday. John Phillip* la the new man* ager, and he will be assisted by B6b Blglngs. The Walter Engels moved Monday from near Corwith to the Hanna Ranch. John Blumer, Salt Lake City, Utah, is visiting his brother, Paul Blumer and family. Arthur Look took the Rev. J. B. Hesse to his home at Cole Camp, Missouri, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Irvln Chapman and Bobby visited at the Leonard Kennedy home at Rolfe Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Grimsehl left Sunday for Nlelsevllje, WIs., to make a visit with the Arthur O'- Dells. Mrs. Lawrence McDermott returned to her home Saturday after a month's visit with Mrs. Mary Fisher at Eau Claire, WIs. Mrs. Harriet Michael and John Moore, operators of the Time Theatre, spent the first part of the week in Mason City. Edward Lindebak, who is attending junior college at Forest City was home for the week end. He was accompanied by a friend Mrs. R. F. Phillips went to Dows Sunday to make a visit at the Harold Phillips. Mrs. Harold Phillips is visiting her mother at Brighton now. The Rev. and Mrs. V. V. Schuldt and Mrs. Albert Genrich, lay delegate, left Tuesday to attend conference at the Grace M. E. church in Sioux City. The Rev. and Mrs. E. E. Hancock and J. J. Wadleigh went to a meeting of the Fort Dodge Presbytery at Eutherville. C. H. Lichty, daughter Grace, Mrs. Harry Lichty and son, Harold and Evan Lichty returned Friday from u two weeks' visit at St. Agatha, Canada, where they visited the George Harrisons and attended the wedding of Mildred Harrison. Mrs. George Harrison was formerly Miss Beatrice Lichty of LuVerne. Dr. A. J. Eason and family spent Sunday with relatives at Orange City, Alton and LeMars. They had as guests Friday, Mrs. S. Eason, Alton: Mrs. Oscar Eason and Stanley Frericks, Orange City; Ernest Eason, Glendale. Calif., and Oral Xuckson, Kenneth, Minn. These people were enroute to Alton and Orange City from Chicago, where they had been visiting. William Feller of Two Harbors, Minn., formerly a north of Lu- Verne farmer, has been visiting his many former friends here the past week. Mrs. Feller died last year, and he has since made his home with his son, Alvin and his daughter Esther, who married and lives at Ely, Minn. He has been a house guest at the homes of Charle Hanselman and Fred Fritzmeiers. AY MORNING flaverhlfl, Iowa, Man; Plan To Farm Near Corwith Wesley: Miss Viola Veronica Welg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Welg of Wesley and Walter Drummer, son of Frank Drummer of Haverhlll, Iowa, were married at the St Joseph's Catholic church on Tuesday morning at 6 o'clock, Sept. 28th, In a pretty wedding performed by the Rev. A. J. Wagener. Sister Mary Gregory played the wedding march and the single ring ceremony was used. The bride wore a white brocaded satin ankle length gown with a net veil, ankle length. She chose as her bridesmaid the groom's sister, Miss Adeline Drummer. Both the groom and his' best man, Edward Welg, were dressed In dark suits. After the ceremony the bridal party retired to the home of the bride's parents where they ^enjoyed a wedding breakfast followed by a big wedding dinner at noon which was attended by 40 relatives and friends. That evening the couple treated their many friends and relatives In the community to a wedding dance In the Klelnpeter hall. Mrs. Drummer graduated from the St. Joseph's school In Wesley after which she assisted her mother with home duties. Mr. Drummer attended the St. Joseph's school at Haverhlll. They will make their home on a farm near Corwith, Mr. Drummer being employed by the Campbell family there. Auxiliary New* The American Legion Auxiliary are once again swinging into their activities of the year and at their regular meeting Thursday night with Mrs. Frank Kouba as hostess, the group voted to sponsor their first card and dance party In their rooms on the night of October 21. Wednesday of this week some of the Auxiliary members met at the home of Mrs. Kouba where they sewed carpet rags. . Mrs. J. T. Meurer and Mrs. J. L. Studer were co-hostesses at the Kouba sewing bee. Mrs. Studer and Mrs. Tom Forburger. president and secretary, respectively of the local unit, attended a county school of instruction at the home of Mrs. Genevieve Graham at Burt Tuesday of this week. The next meeting of the Auxiliary is scheduled to be held Tuesday night, Oct. 12. Two Are Baptized Rev. Arthur Bottom officiated at two baptisms at the Methodist church in Wesley, Sunday, when the daughter of the Bernard Thompsons was brought to holy baptism and received the name of Kathryn Kay, and the infant son of the Theron Hansons received the name of Theodore Jay. duties at Cedar Falls Sunday. Bernard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Erdmnnn, Mrs. Arthut Bottom and Ammon Lease fook the Mys back to school. Mrs. Bottom's daughter, Mary Ellen, Is also a studetft it the conegt. Party for Departing Girl at McGuires St. Joe: A farewell party was given Wednesday evening at the M. T. McGuire home In honor of Eleanor Klein, who left Sunday for Whcat- on. III., where ner aunt, Kate Klein, ias secured a position for Eleanor. She will also take a night business course. About 30 guests attended and Eleanor was presented a traveling bag. The evening was spent n dancing. Corwith-Fairview Clubs Begin Fall Activity Sessions Corwith-Falrvlew: The M. G. C. circle of the Methodist Ladies' Aid met last week at the home of Mrs. P. E. Walley. Mrs. Mary Dunlap WAS assisting hostess. The Dorcas circle met at the church with Mrs. Lamon Sanders and Mrs. Walter Klrchgotter as the hostesses. The Northwest circle met at the home of Mrs. Charles Johnson and the Fairmont circle met In the church parlors. Mr. and Mrs. Millard Evans moved to a farm south of Webster City Monday. Chris Wermersen, who Is employed at Clarion, spent Sunday at the Ernest Gee home. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Oxley have returned from a business trip to Star Lake, In Minnesota. Paul N. Klngsley of Des Moines was a business visitor at the H. P. Wolf home Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mftsterson, Margaret, Frances and Roberta, visited the grotto at West Bend on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bonnstetter were Algona shoppers last Friday. They also visited at the Willard Gregson home. Mrs. W. P. Wnllans has returned to her home at Mount Ayr after spending a few days with her sister, Mrs. Amy Foley. Mr. and Mrs. J. Hartln of D«s Moines spent one day last week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emll Sorenson. I Mrs. Ed William*. Mrs. Wartten Mclntyre, Mrs. Lee Williams and son, Gary Lee, were Algona visitor* last Friday'afternoon. George Evans, Sr., John Evan* and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bran* sp>nt Sunday visiting In Webster City, Woolstock and William*. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Oxley of Duluth and Mrs. Izetta Ovens of Los Angeles, California, visited at the home of Mr. and Mr*. Russell Rlggle last week. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Stambaugh and daughter. Marion and Mildred of Morris. Minn., visited last week at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. StnmbauRh. Julius Kilch and Mr*. Edwin Lee arc in Rochester. Ind.. visiting their sister, Mrs. Mable Kilch. They also plan to visit their aunt, Mrs. Melvln Perkins at Bloomlngton. III. Notice The seventh annual meeting of your own K. & H. Cooperative Oil Co.,- will be held in Kleinpeter's Hall at Wesley, Iowa, Tuesday evening, Oct. 5th at 8 o'clock. Movies by the Ethyl Corporation, a demonstration by a nationally fawous technologist. We hope you will make an honest effort to attend and make this meeting very successful. 39 J. P. Studer, Secretary. Trio of Birthdays Enar Franzen, Alt Hildman and Mrs. John Rlchter, all of tb* sun* neighborhood east of town celebrated their birthday anniversaries on Sunday and In observance of the occasion enjoyed a gathering of friends at the Carl Franzen home where the guests numbered enough for four tables of five hundred. Mr. iind Mrs. Jack Richter, Jr., won the high scores prizes with Miss Boyer low prize. The infant daughter born to the Fred Edens last week has been given the name of Shirley Jean. Misa Dorothy Kraus left Friday for Ames, where she has enrolled for her senior year's work. Mr. and Mra. George Hauptmann of Charles City spent Sunday here at the Anton Goetz and Lou Hauptmann homes. Mrs. August Engstrom entertained the Prlscilla Phoebe society at her home north of town, Wednesday afternoon. The Carl Schimml family of Blue Earth spent Sunday in and about Wesley visiting Schimml, Ward and Garniun relatives. Mrs. Vernon Benner and son, Burton of Mason City spent Sunday at Wesley visiting her parents, the Ell Goodnows. Charles Kraus and son, Don, returned home the middle of last week from Minnesota, where they went on a fishing trip. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Studer of Excelsior, Minn., spent the week end here visiting his purenU, the Nathan Studers and other relatives. Mrs. Curtis Benskin and young son spent the past week here visiting Hutchinson relatives. She was formerly the Miss Lily Hutchinson. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Kleinpeter and two children and her sister, Mrs. Hessie Hanley of LaPeer, Michigan, drove to Blooming Prairie and Austin Sunday to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kouba, Sr., took their daughter, Miss Vera Kouba, to Des Moines Sunday from where she went on to Omaha to continue her employment in the Federal Home Loan office. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Eckles were honored at a post-nuptial shower Friday night ut the Hutchins school house. Mrs. Kc'klcs was formerly Miss Bernice DeBoer before her wedding in August. The Woman's Foreign Missionary society meets this week Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. F. A. Diekmann. Mrs. John Mullins, new president of the organization, will conduct the meeting and program. Miss Irinu Dee Benton returned with her sister, Mildred to Emmetsburg Sunday evening, and spent Monday visiting her relatives I there, returning to Wesley Monday | night. Irma Dee expects to return to California this'week. Mr. and Mrs. Kalph Flehler and Dorothy June moved their house- bold goods the fore part of thin week to Ringstud where he Is to be employed iu the creamery there. The Emory family are taking up their residence in tiie Wallace Beu- tou U-uaul house vucuted by the Fleb.lers. Bernard Erdiuami and Clara McCall spent the week end with home folks, reluming to their school immimiMimHHMiiimiiiiiiiiiniiHimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiM Kresensky's End of Month Sale A Four Day Value Giving Event Dresses Wool Silk Knit Dress values that are bound to thrill you— over 100 garments. All sizes, all new Fall dresses, black, green, brown, wine, rust, long and short sleeves, silks, wools, and knit, plain and fancy ^^^R fabrics. ^CT ~~<- / fw $3.99 Sizes 12 to 48 Smart Dresses satins, velvets, finewooTs, fine zephyrs, and knits. AH leading colors and styles, in regular sizes, % sizes, and junior sizes. Sizes 9 to 50 New Hat Styles | It's not hard to pick a ££ new lint, when yon see 55 this splendid group — 55 styles for the young jg miss, as well as the old- gg er person. as $1.98 | Sale I of Pure Silk Satin and Taffeta Slips These nre really ons slips — taffeta, satins, and crepes — white and tea rose, worth up to $2.60 each. We Just have too many, so they are year's. $1.69 FALL SHOES CoatValues at lower prices Sport Styles Just the smartest thing In footwear yon can Imagine, good fitting, heavy soles, several styles — In black, brown, green, gray. $2.99 Something to rave about are these smart coats, nice warm linings, and heavy fleecy wools, Insure you of a lot of comfort und warmth. $10.95 $17.50 1 New Washable | DRESSES sss Smart washable cottons, as clever styles, and smart mass terlals—just the thing for S5 school, hom«>, and afternoon ss near. | $1.98 | Silk Dresses s= Plain crepes, printed chairs lies, and printed rayon fen- si ture this group. Just the ex= tra dress you have been =s needing. $2.98 See our children's department on the balcony, hundreds of desirable items for children, all at popular prices. 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