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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 Farewell at Chnreh— About 200 members and friends attended the covered dish dinner at the Methodist church dining room, Sunday, which was given as » farewell ,to Dr. and Mrs. .1. H. Edge and family who are now located at Mitchell, South Dakota. Ilie dinner was served on long tablet:. Following the dinner a short program was given. Antone Johnson was the master of ceremonies. Community singing was led by Ed Genrich. Superintendent O. B. Laing gave a short talk. Mrs. Agnes Vohs of West Bend played two violin selections and was accompanied nt the piano by Mrs. Sylvia Gunn. A' talk was given by Dr. Edge, and short talks were given by Dr. S. W. Meyer and Mrs. F. L. Thorpe, who presented the Edge family with gifts from the Home Builders class and the Ladies Aid respectively. A gift was also presented to Mrs. Edge by Dorothea Bjustrom. as a token from her Sunday School olnss. Pr. and Mrs, Edge spoke their -thanks for the gifts, and the meeting was closed by another song led by Ed Genrich. and a closing prayer bv Dr Edge. IoV Hoar Hub- Members of the Idle Hour bridge club were entertained by Mrs. Geo. Free at her home at a one o'clock luncheon. Wednesday afternoon. There were 12 guests present. Mrs. A. I* bortg-. Mrs. & B. French, and Mrs. Glen Buchannon were guests of the club. Bf**fit Bridge— I The Episcopal Guild of Algona was entertained at the Austin Gard- BIWe Class— The Ladies Bible class of the Congregational church met at the home of Mrs. W. K. Ferguson. Wednesday afternoon. Hostesses were Mrs. John Daub. Mrs. Mary Patterson, Mrs. Clara Klahr. Mrs. A. D. Richards, and Mrs. Henry Baler. The house wns beautifully decorated with dozens of red dahlias sent by Mrs. Harry Bode. There was an afternoon meeting followed by a program during which Rev. Geo. Vance talked on the Mitchell Association meeting of Congregational churches which will be held here in the near future. A luncheon was served by the hostesses at 4:30. Academy Parties— The first of a series of card, lunch and dancing parties will be held at the St. Cecelia ncadcm hall, Monday evening. October • This is to raise money for athleti equipment. The St Cecelia parish will a)s hold its annual Fall Festival an Bazaar. October 19 and 20. Tuesda and Wednesday, at the academ hall. A dinner will be served eac evening followed and amusements. by concession ner home at a benefit bridge party. Friday afternoon. PAINTING DECORATING PAPER HANGING First class workmanship and materials guaranteed. For Free Estimate call Mothers * Daughters Club— The Union Mothers and Daughters club will meet Thursday. October 7 the time and place to be announc ed in next week's Kossuth County Advance. A prgoram will Advance. A program will consist of roll call. "Why Doesn't Someone Invent the Helping Hand" by Larry Sarchet, an article on health. "From the Ground Up" by Ethel Smith, and piano selections by Frances Winkel. Fast Matron* Mwt— The Past Matrons of the O. E. S. met at the Masonic temple Tuesday afternoon for a one o'clock luncheon and a business meeting. Hostesses were Mrs. Roy Keen. Mrs. H. D. Hutch ins. and Mrs. Geo. St. John. An election of officers was held and the following were r.'ected: Mrs. George St. John, president: Mrs. Dana Paxson. vice pre.s- Luncheon nt Plum Creek- Mrs. Harry Bode of Plum Cree entertained nt a one o'clock lunch enn nt her home, last week Thurs day. Women gusts from Algon were Mrs. W. K. Ferguson. Mrs R. M. Wallace. Mrs. J. H. Brecht hill, and Mrs. J. O. F. Price. Women guests from Burl were Mrs. B Brooks. Marie Grover. and Mrs C. C. Smith. A social afternoon was spent looking at the beautlfu garden of Mrs. Bode, and discuss ing the flowers. Royal Neighbors— The Royal Neighbors club me' Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Esther Helberg. Mrs. Beatrice Baldwin. Mrs. Ruth Phillips. Mrs. Kate Coleman. Mrs. Hazel Vera and Mrs Clyde Smith were hostesses. A business meeting was held and bridge was played at three tables. Mrs. Elliott Skilling won the first prize, and the door prize was received by Mrs. Andrew Godfredson. A luncheon was served by the hostesses. Bel CanJo— Mrs. Eugene Murtagh was hostess at her home to the members of the Bel Canto Music club Wednesday afternoon. This was the first meeting of the fall season. Reports of the committees were given, followed by a discussion of the constitution, and an outline of the year's work. ident. and Mrs. M. .T. retary and treasurer. McOill. sec- Harry Baker Phone 778 Coffee Party— Mrs. R. B. Waller entertained at a coffee party for eieht of her friends, Tuesday morning. The women adjourned to attend the motion picture school at the Call Theatre. Hrlpine Hand Society— The members of the Helping Hand society of the Presbyterian church will meet in the church parlors. Thursday afternoon. October 7. Hostesses will be Mrs. Frank Oigel. Mrs. Clarence Shilts Mrs. Elmer Weaver. Mrs. Ed Shee han, and Mrs. James McGee. Birthday Dinner- Mrs. Ira Kohl entertained at a one o'clock dinner Sunday in hon or of the birthday of her husband 7uest? at the dinner were Mr. anc tfrs. Gcorpe Kohl and daughters >ulu nnd Mable. nnd son. William Kyle Keith, nnd E. P. Keith. The fternoon \v^s spent socially. Crochet Group— The informal crochet group of DRINK PEPSI-COLA Good With Everything Party Tonight? The NEW CALL Fri.-Sat., Oct. 1-2 It's Something to Cheer About! The No. 1 Dynamo goes to Town! A-dancing . . .A-romrjncing and A-swinging. It's a Carney Revelation. Sun.-Mon., Oct. 3-4 Jimmie Fidler on the radio says: "It's the best of the week!" AH you've ever loved in these three grand stars. YOUNO BAXTER BRUCE -Milt IJritU.ii' Abo Floyd Gibbon*' "ATTIC OF TKBBOB" which she is a member, will be entertained at the home of Mrs. W. K- Ferguson. Friday afternoon. This fAoup of women who enjoy crocheting meet every so often for an afternoon of crocheting and a social time. Lunclinn Bridge— Mrs. Dwight Andrews and Mrs. Henry PIctch entertained at a one o'clock luncheon and bridge party at the Blue Room of the Hotel Algona, Wednesday afternoon. There were three tables of bridge. Prizes were won by Mrs. Lee Nugent, and Mrs. Henry Pletch. Meeting Postponed— The Ladies' Aid meeting of the Methodist Ladies' Aid has been postponed from Thursday, October 7, to October 14, when they will have a reception for the new pastor and his family. Basket Dinner—" Members of tfaV-Jttgona Baptist church, who reside In Plum Creek locality enjoyed a basket dinner at their church Sunday honoring their pastor, who is leaving for a new location. Former Algona Boy Weds in Colorado Arthur Starr, former Algona boy and son of the late Milton Starr, for many years the talented editor of the Upper Des Moines-Repub- Ilcnn, was married August 28 at Delta, Colorado, according to a clipping from the Delta Tribune, sent to this paper. Arthur's elder brother, Robert, was married several years ago and brought his bride to Algona for a visit with his old friends. Miss Helen Starr, a sister, is head librarian of th<? James J. Hill Library in St. Paul. Algona friends will extend congratulations to the newly married couple. The account of the wedding as printed n the Tribune's society column folows: "Horton-Starr Marriage—A marriage of more than usual interest o Delta people took place Saturday afternoon when Miss Elizabeth iorton became the bride of Arthur Starr. The ceremony was perform- d by Rev. J. A. Hunslcker of the 2ckert Presbyterian church in his lome. those witnessing the cer- mony being Mr. and Mrs. J. M. lorton. the parents of the bride, liss Helen Starr, of St Paul. Minn.. nd Robert Starr of Oroville. Calif. Mrs. Starr is an attractive nnd opuiar young woman. She is n raduate of Western State college, nd hns taught in Delta county for everal years. Mr. Starr, whose home is near Austin, is one of the outstanding men of the community, and a prosperous farmer and fruit grower. Both Mr. and Mrs. Starr have a host of friends to wish them happiness. Speaker Here Was Former Classmate Antone Johnson's William Brandon of Davenport, district governor of the Rotary club, who spoke here .Monday, was a college, classmate of Antone. Johnson of Algona, and believe It or not, the two men went through Yellowstone Park during one summer vacation in 1915 for $6 apiece. They had been working with a ehautauqua circuit, and with the aid of a pack horse to carry their supplies, made the trip without mishap in something over a week's time. Brandon and Johnson talked over old times, Monday, after the former's talk here. Family Gatherings At Lu Verne, Sunday Lu Verne: Several family get-to- gethers were held in LuVerne Sunday. One of these was at the Peter Thompson home where guests included Mr. and Mrs. Russell G. Hanna. and Mrs. G. A. Hanna. of Fairmont, Minn.: Miss Geneva Hanna. St. Clair. Minn.: Mr. and Mrs. Fairfield Dean and Darlenc. Corwith: Mrs. H. Geigel and Lena, Renwick: Harold Srott. Goldfield; the V. V. Schuldts ami Allen Thompsons. LuVerne. During the afternoon the Harry Chambers. Frances Chambers, 'orwitli; Clara Rector. Emporia, <ans;is; and Frank Chambers and he Kihv. Hofn joined the group. Mrs. Helene Trauger and Miss Anm Murray entertained at dinner n the city hall honoring Mrs. Nora Sells and her son, Bobby, who are visiting here from Uplands. Calif. In the group were the Guy Traug- ers and W. M. Smiths. Livermore; EVA DUDDING OF BANCROFT WED MONDAY Bancroft: On Monday morning at 8 o'clock Eva Dudding, daughter of Mrs. Geo. Dudding. became the bride of Leo Wllhelmi, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wllhelmi. with Rev. Joseph Schultes officiating in St. John's church. The attendants were Dorothy Wilhelmi and Geo. Mousel. The bride was attired in a mahogany brown dress with black accessories and she wore a corsage of roses. The bridesmaid wore a dark green crepe dress with metallic trim and brown accessories. She wore a corsage of gladioli. After the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the L. J. Mousel home, after which Mr. and Mrs. Wilhelrni left on a short wedding trip. Ralph Campbell's Entertain 24 At Seneca Gathering Seneca: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Campbell entertained at a card party at their home Friday evening. Five hundred was played at six tables with Mrs. Tom St. John and Irvin Classen winning high prize and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Richards winning low prizes. Those who attended were: Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Classen, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Petersen, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Eimers, Mr. and Mrs. Tom St. John and Dean, Ruby and Glenn Paulsen. Mr. and Mrs. Jens Petersen and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Rinehards, Mr. and Mrs. J. W Bollig and Donald, Mr. and Mrs Ole Oftedahl, Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Merrill and sons and Mr. and Mrs, Clem Dotson. Ixne To Ringsted The Seneca high school boys' base ball team met the Ringsted boys' team at Ringsted Friday afternoon. The Seneca boys were defeated by a score of 9 to 8. the the Leon Millers. Renwick: Wm. Murrays. and ASTHMA CALIN HAY FEVER CALIN THE ANGUISH OF MANY SUFFERERS. THY IT FOR YOUR CONDITION. Th«r« a t • many •ubnianc*. which at* rcipeaiibU lei the a • I h a a I i c aMack wh«« allergic in lyp*. A folder wbicfc we Why go on tuHtt- ing with the •ymplonui ol o*tkma? U your cue U allergic ia type, be sure aad try , Colin. It ba» given j ieli*J to many case* thai hav» i«*i«ted att treatment eoaie i havfeg taken •hot* a* Ugh «• ] lent line* ia a day. Y««u drug- gUl hot CaJin, If your favorite ticug tttore can not supply you, write * «.a« tb. ord.t of Ib.k unporta»c« e«.M in .ad g.| on.. BeT by Calin for ,.U.| fc om of 5 Taken Into Sexton Church Sexton: A number of young people were taken into the church here Sunday morning by the Rev. Arthur Bottom. They were Winifred, j Margaret and Oliver Plumb. Lois Miller and Rex Taylor. There will be no church service next Sunday as all ministers will be at the M. E. conference in Sioux City. A number from here attended the Algona Upper Des Moines cooking school movie Monday morning and reported an interesting time. Mrs. A. L. Greenfield and her daughter, Edith, took dinner Monday with Mrs. Greenfield's sister, Mra. A. D. Richards, Algona. Is In Texas Band Austin. Texas: The Longhorn Band of The University of Texas will be 169 strong this winter, and the band membership includes Walter C. Beardsley of Algona, Iowa. Shoes for Men In a complete attorhnent of >»yl** and pricet. $3.50 tO $6.00 BKOWNELL SHOE CO. Livermore M. E. Officers Elected Livermore: Election of officers for the Methodist church school was held and the following were elected to office: Mrs. C. Kenneth Howard, superintendent: Mrs. Geo. Burns, assistant superintendent; Darlene Sykes, secretary; Henry Schultx, treasurer; pianist, But-well Hamm. Teachers include Mrs. Martha Mackintosh, Hartley Mackintosh. Mrs. George Burns, Mrs. J. F. Hoi- comb, Henry Schultz, Mrs. Van Hiserodt. and Mra. Lee Wilson. Mrs. Hartley Mackintosh was reelected superintendent of the cradle roll. Officers for the Aid society are: Mrs. Frank Collins, president: Mrs. Van Hiserodt. vice president: Mrs. J. L. Frederick, secretary, and Mrs. Charles Jennings, treas- Mr. and Mrs. Al Fuchs visited friends in Minneapolis, Thursda} and Friday. Lucille Vaske had her tonsils removed Thursday. Dr. Egan performed the operation. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hanlon of Chicago are visiting at the Thomas Cojiley home this week. Mnrjorie Sherman, teacher at the Bancroft public school, spent the week em! at the Livermnre home in Fairmont. Mrs. J. H. Welp, Sr.. and daughters. Bertha and Collctte. Richard Underkofler and Mr. and Mrs. F. Norton of Algona visited Sunday at t^e W. J. Welp home at Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Johnson, Vic Hulterstrum, Geo. Nyman and Mrs. Chris Behrman drove to Toledo. Iowa, Sunday to visit at the Lou Tostensen home. Mrs. Behrman stayed for an extended visit. Mr. Tostensen is in very poor health. Little Lavon Denton is spending several weeks with her aunt, Mrs. Sheldon Merrill. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lee and family spent Sunday at the parental Fesler home near Depew. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fischer and family of Spirit Lake were dinner guests at the Howard Richards home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Denton and son. Jerome of Wllmra, Minn., spent several days the past week at the Sheldon Merrill and Leslie Denton homes. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Denton and son, Jerome of Wilmar. Minn., spent Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Merrill and sons, spent Sunday with relatives at Webster City. Recuperating From Accident At Home Of Mrs. H. Tjaden Union: Mrs. George Stewart of Armstrong is at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Henry Tjaden recovering from an accident in which her hand was seriously cut Following a touch of infection she is recovering nicely. At Cattle Congrew. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Keefe left for Waterloo Monday to attend the Dairy Cattle Congress. Louis Bode and his father-in-law, John Lamuth were also at Waterloo Monday. Union M. Si D. The Mothers and Daughters club did not meet last Thursday at the home of Anna Zanke as scheduled due to the sudden passing of Mrs. Zanki's brother, Charles Larsen, late that aame morning. Frank Hoflius filled silo last Saturday and Monday of this week. Mrs. Fred Will spent last Saturday in Des Moineg. Mrs. Frank Hoflus and Mrs. Earl Taylor were guests at a birthday party last Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Cecil McGinn U In Algona in honor of her mother, Mrs. L. J. DeGraw. Mrs. Aaron Taylor will entertain the Busy Bee club Friday. Defeat Bancroft Fen ton: The Fenton high .school baseball Mini- played the Bancroft ii'-'iilemy team ;it Bancroft, Friday itftrriiucjii and lost to Bancroft by a ucore of !~> lo 1. Federal Old-Age Office, Albert Lea If you want to find out information about Federal Old-Age benefits, the place to Inquire is from the Social Security Board office at Albert Lea, Minn. The office for this district, including Kossuth. Hancock, and Winnebago counties in this section, is located there. Farewell Parties For Burt Family Burt: A farewell party was given Saturday evening at the Methodist church for the L. E. Riebhoff family, whe moved Monday to Alton. A Kood crowded attended. The evening was spent at various games nml cafeteria lunch was served. On Sunday the families of the Fortnightly club, of which Mra. Kiebhoff was a member, had a picnic dinner at Call Park as a farewell courtesy for them. Mr. Riebhoff who has been a section man here for a number of years, has been promoted to the position of section foreman at Alton. Whittemore Wins Whittemore: The Presentation Academy baseball team beat St. Cecelia's Academy at Algona Sunday on Algona's diamond. The score was 8 to 4. Burt's New Well Burt: The work of drilling the new town well was brought to a standstill Saturday when tbe drill was lost at a depth of 400 feet. It had not been recovered Monday. Earl Trauger 111 Livermore: The friends of Karl Trauger, a former Livermore resident, were sorry to hear of his recent illness. Mr. Trauger suffered a heart attack at his home in Palmer. He is a brother of Mrs. Lucy Tillson of thin place. Community News From Plum Creek Plum Creek: Mr. and Mrs. Ros- roe Mnwdsley drove to Rochester recently to consult doctors at the Mayo hospitals in regard to Mrs. Mnwdsley'a health. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Sampson left Frid.iy for Wisconsin, where they will visit at the home of Mrs. Sampson's mother and other relative V Mr*. Louise Wolfe of Olympia, Washington, is here visiting her brother anil family, the Wm. Alt- weggs, her sister, Mrs. Ruth Sparks of Wesley township, and other relatives nnd friends. The Elmer Jasperson family were visitors Sunday at Goodell with the Ralph Hofer family. A new set of buildings will be erected on the former Carl Albright farm before spring by the Northwestern Life Insurance Company, who now own the place. Marjorie Barger, teacher in Disk No. 2, spent the week end with her parents, the Wm. Bargers, near Armstrong. This is Miss Barger's second year here. She stays at the T. R. Pickard home. The Frank Lewis family, who have lived in this vicinity the past year, have moved to a place near Lone Rock. Bert McMahon and daughter, Helen, were supper guests Tuesday night at the Wm. Altwegg home. A .Modern Garage Lichter Bros, moved the old ren- DANCE at FENTON Fri. Oct. 1 to Jack and Russell First appearance of this eleven piece band Notice of Probate of Will Slute of low». KuMouth County, ha. No. JXiJO in District Court, September Ttrni l'.i',fl. To All Who.a It May Concern: You Are Hereby Notified, That tn instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Ttst- axnent of John H. Reid, Deceased, dated January H, IttSS, having been thin day filed, opened and read, Tuesday the 26th day of October, 1937, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock A, M., of the day above mentioned all per- oona interested are hereby notified and required to appear and show cause if UI1 y they have, why «ald instrument should not be probated and allowed a-i and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at AJgona, Iowa, September 29, 1937. KATHARINE Me BVOY, Clerk of Duitrict Court ALMA PEARSON, Deputy. K c McIWahon, Attorney 39-41 McCormick Deering's Annual Fall Clearance Sale Of All Used Machines 2 Used P. & O. gang plows with 5- horse tanflem hitch 2 slightly used size 6.00x16 Good rich Tires One 1935 Model Ford V 8 Sedan 'delivery One cheap used gas engine 1 used McCormlck-Deering 10-20 tractor 1 used McCormick 15-30 tractor 1 used International 1933 model B 3 truck. Excellent condition 1 used 1934 Dodge truck with cab and grain box McCormick Deering Store AJgona, Iowa fl***** 1 ***^^ ter school house to the Jewell Lar son farm last week. Mr. Larson purchased the building and is having it remade into a garage. Elsrhelds to Irvlngton The Gus Torino family now liv ing near Swea City, will farm the place next year now occupied b] the A. Eischeld family. The Eis- cheids will move to a farm near Irvington. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lundberg of southern Iowa are staying at the A. Rischeid farm while Howard is looking after his plowing and other work on the farm where the Herman Leek family now reside. Howard purchased this farm and wll move on it this March 1st. ARMSTRONG NEWB Mrs. M. Kennedy of Fairmont is visiting relatives here. The Gar Horswell threshing crew held a picnic at the Sylvanlan Park in Fairmont recently. Clinton Mardick returned the end of the week from a month's vacation in Los Angeles, California. Miss Irene Irmiter, a beauty operator in St Paul, is visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Irmiter. Lorraine Johnson and Dorothy Knudson of Mankato, Minn., spent Other things besides your partner can spoil your game. Not even a trumped ace can be as annoying as poor ryes at the bridge table. Headaches and "10 o'clock" sleepiness are often signs that your eyes need attention. Have them attended to now. A. W. Amunson Over Borchardto the week end at the parental Joe Johnson and Reuben Knudson homes. William Knlpe returned this week to his work in Spencer after spending several weeks at the parental J. B. Knipe home recuperating from an airplane crash. Miss Betty Carrtden and Josephine and Gertrude Blum, of Minneapolis spent the week end at the parental E. 8. Camden and Mrs Bridget Blum home here. Tot A LIMITED TIME Any Stylf ofthf Amazing Aladdin KEROSENES) Mantle lamp ifflvdntt WHITE • Beginning s«pt. IK «ad comiautag fet * united time, roo cu •eenre in illowion of fi.oo for tor old lunp to ipplf oa tb* pnrtbtw price of 107 «rle of Alutdin Kec. OMne (coil oil) Mintle Lunp rou n» K. Itct it tbji nort. Hen ll rout big opportunity lo mike * nb- Rintfil uiteg rod it tbe fame time prorida roar family with tba comfott tod cotmn- of Table-Hanging-Bracfcet-Floor with BewtiM WUp-e-ltte SkadM ' • There'i to Aliddln here to rait ererr pan* ud pnrpoie ud tt • big iirlog white tbi< Hxnms tnde-ln allowum it in effect. Dart Watt-M.j i. YMT OM LM» mm i in mir. 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