The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Oct. 7 WJT1MDOAN ai)B PROGRAM FOR THE YEAR Hew Officers Begin Work; Mabel Hanson IB President ' Doan: Doan Woman's club was entertained at the Dale Struthers home last week Wednesday, Sept 29. Mrs. Mary Jean Andrews was hostess. The following officers who were elected for the coming year, assumed their duties and two new members, Mrs. Viva Hoover and Mrs. Maud Brink, were taken in. Officers are: president, Mabel Hansen; vice president, Sadie Struthers; secretary. Pearl Asa. and treasurer, Etna Buffington. The social committee consists of Mary Toung, Ruth Hansen and Elna Burlington; program committee, Sadie Struthers, Agatha Hansen and Hazel Larson. Roll call for the year: Mary Jean Andrews, Improvement in the Home; Pearl Asa, National Parks East of Rockies; Maud Brink, Books and Authors; Elna Buftlngton, Magazine Gleanings: Marie Christenson, Bible verses; Agatha Hansen, Children's Poems; Mable Hansen, Safety and New Laws; Ruth Hansen, National Parks West of the Rockies; Nola Hoover, Name and Description of Birds; Hazel Larson. Songs and Composers; Sadie Struthers, Famous Paintings; Mary Toung. Article on Health; Hostess, Mary Jean Andrews; roll call; reading of constitution; Philadelphia, the Cradle of Liberty, Agatha Hansen; Book Review, Ruth Hansen; instrumental music. Hazel Larson; current events. The meeting closed when the hostess served a dainty lunch. Rally, Homecoming At Lu Verne Church Lu Verne: The Evangelical church will have its Rally Day and homecoming at their services next Sunday. Following the morning services a basket lunch will be served. In the afternoon the Rev. Raymond Ferguson, Mason City, will bring a message. T*ie church has been improved recently by the addition of n new hardwood floor and a new firnace. The Rev. Walter has alsr installed in illuminated cross c-n the wall back of the pulpit which adds to the appearance nf the church. Lone Rock Vicinity News Items LuVerne Children Collecting Gifts For Missions, Xmaa Lu Verne: An unusual missionary program under the supervision of Mrs. Lewis Mcrklc was given by the Children's Mission Bnnd at the Evangelical church Sunday evening. The program centered around a summer Christmas tree so that the gifts would be gathered early and reach the mission stations In plenty of time for Christmas. A playlet was given which depicted m mountain home In Kentucky, which had supposedly received the gifts from the children's mission band. There was a large attendance and a generous offering was taken for this brand of missions. Miss Lottie Mason accompanied Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson of Ledyard to Sioux City. Saturday, to attend the Methodist conference, and visited at the Milton Thompsons. Mrs. Wm. Krause spent laet Thursday at the P. I* Persons. Calvin Householder, Fort Dodge, spent the week end here with his family. The Fred Wegeners spent Sunday afternoon at the Louis Wegen- ers, Algona. The E. M. Jensens spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Johnson, Fort Dodge. Herthn Ruhnke. Fenton, spent Saturday .night and Sunday with Elrrm Krueger. Mrs. Raymond Bierstedt and son, Donald, spent Saturday at the C. E. Slgsbees, Burt. The Albert Shasers spent the week end at Waterloo attending the cattie congress. Mrs. Eugene Pearson served last week and also this week on the petit jury In Algona. M. O. Richards spent a few days last week with his mother, Mrs. Eliza Richards. Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard O'Donnell spent Saturday at Waterloo attending the cattle congress. Kntherine Stebritz spent from last Wednesday until Sunday with her mother at Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Gross were Sunday dinner guests of the Lloyd Gross family. Good Hope. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Faulstirh were Sunday afternoon visitors of the Edward Smiths. Burt. Mrs. Delmar Angus and children. Algona, spent several days last week at the M. E. Blanchards. Mr. and Mrs. William Kennedy. Burt, were Sunday afternoon callers on Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Dreyer and daughter, Alvlna, Fenton. spent Sunday evening at the Emil Krafts. The Harley Shellitos and Mrs. Lizzie Shellito. all of Ames, spent the week end at the N. L. Cottons. Leonard Warner and Evelyn Bierstedt Burt. were Sunday dinner guests of the Raymond Bier- stedts. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Bickelhaupt of Story City, spent last Wednesday and Thursday at the Mrs. Tillie Hanna home. Harriet Heitcr returned home on Saturday from the General hospital in Algona. where she underwent nn appendectomy. (lOorjjr Johnson. Senecfi. wns falling in town Thursday, the first time in many weeks MS he has been ill with Malta fever. K. M. Jensrn. Chris Pahl anil Ottn Jensen returned home last Wednesday evening from a fishing trip in northern Minnesota. W. F. Bil.sbnrnugh. Ringstrd. an>l Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Hilsborough Titonka. were Sunday dinner guests if the M. O. Richards family. Mrs. Hugh Walsh, son Lawrence, janshter.s. Mary Ellen and Alice. and Mrs. Bernard O'Donnell. spent ast Wednesday at Fort Podge. llarv<y Hi'jjley. Emmetsburg. Clarence Tliccsiield. Walter and ortzp .Trntz, Fenton, called on Thco. Kruegcr, Sunday afternoon. Vera Morris. Gowric spent Saturday and Sunday at the parental Charles Morris home. Her parents and Blanche Henrlkson took her to Gowrle. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Wiener., Mr. and Mrs. Glen Mino and the Henry Schroeders were Sunday dinner guests of the Roy Chrlschllles family, Fenton. The Alton Hurlburts, Whittemore Were Sunday guests of the Wm. Nelsons. The Nelsons and Mrs. S. M. Orvick returned last Tuesday from Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Don Guderlan, Algona, were Sunday afternoon callers at the Will Christensoni. Supper guests there were Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Reynolds, Algona. The Alex Radigs spent Sunday afternoon at the Wm. Fuerstenaus, Lotts Creek. In the evening Mr. and Mrs. Radig drove to Rolfe to visit the August Zumachs. Dottle Murray, Spencer, spent from Thursday until Sunday at the Charles Bicrles. Robert Murray returned Saturday night to his homo In Spencer after two weeks at the Bierles. Mrs. Enos Worthington and her children. Curlew, spent Sunday with Mrs. Lillian Worthington. They and Mrs. Hugo Worthington and babe were dinner guests of the i Ernest Fischers. | Mr. nnd Mrs. Martin Jensen and i Doris Madden. Algona. were Sunday dinner guests of the James and Harris Wadsworths. Mrs. Harris Wadsworth spent Friday with Mrs. Arie Dittmer, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lorenz. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey De Jong and son, Mllo, of Esmond, 8. D., and Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Wiegle and son. Bruce John, Austin, were- Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Newbrough and daughter. Grace, spent Sunday with relatives at Humboldt. Ray Reynolds. Denlson. W. J. Reynolds and Nancy Reynolds. Humboldt, returned home with them for a visit until Wednesday. Those from here attending the funeral of Charles Schryver. Burt. last Friday afternoon were R. T. Angus, son. Gerald. Lawrence Dittmer. Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hobson and Mr. and Mrs J. M. Blanchard. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Tjaden. Wnden. were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Neeland. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Orville Buffington and family. Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sleper. Titonka. were last Wednesday evening guests there. A group of ladies held a birthday party for Mrs. Frank Householder last Thursday evening. Attending were: Mrs. Fred Flaip. Mrs. Jim Ackerman. Mrs. Oti» Sanders. Mrs. Calvin Householder. "Mrs. Melvin Hawks. Mrs. Raymond Bierstedt. Mrs. Merwin Marlow. Mrs. Emil Kraft, and Mrs. Jack Quinn. Mrs. (Jenrge Pettil entertained Sunday in honor of her birthday. Dinner guests and visitors included the Hildreth Pettits. Fenton: Mrs. Evelyn Earing. Mr, and Mrs. Fred Gcnrich. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Priebe, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Pettit, the Genn Householders. Alton Pettit, find Mr. and Mrs. Ed'.vin Howe, Rockwell City. 2 Corwith Homes Under Quarantine Fairvlew-Cdrwlth: Corol&i &M two homes quarantined for scarlet fever. The Leo Thompsons' little daughter, Janice, and Janette, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Donnelgon, both have the disease. Both girls are first graders at the Corwith school. GO«A to Bible. College Miss Donna Beckman left last week to resume her studies at the Northwestern Bible school at Minneapolis. Paul Beckman, who has been suffering from an eye infection, is reported to be improving. Roast Pig Dinner E. J. Widen entertained a number of friends at a roast pig dinner at his home last Thursday evening. On Trip To Illinois Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mclntyre and the tatter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Williams left last week for a visit,with relatives at Monticello, Cerro Gordo and other points In Illinois. They expect to be gone two weeks. The Thimble circle met last week at the home of Mrs. Ernest Bonn- stctter. John Cleaves of Baxter visited last week at the S. L. Thompson home and Mrs. Thompson accompanied him home for several days' visit. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Marr of Spirit Lake spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brown and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Brown and family of Al- gona were also guests at the parental home. Mr. and Mrs. Fenton I* Games of Des Molnes, visited Friday at the Lamon Sanders home. Mr. and Mrs. SJdward Ka«pper and. daughter, Karen Lee of Fort Dodge, visited from Saturday until Monday at the Sanders home. Doan Church Nets $61 From Supper Doan: A very large crowd attended the chicken supper at the Doan church last week Tuesday evening and the ladles made $61.60 after expenses were deducted. At Waterloo Show The Emmet Paetz and A. B. telcher families attended.the Dairy Congress at Waterloo last week Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Hott attended the Dairy Congress last week Tuesday and Wednesday and also visited their daughter, Barbara Jean at Gates College, Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Glrres attended the christening of their new granddaughter. Beulah Ann Met* at Brltt, Sunday. Mrs. Lawrence Larson who has been in poor health the past several weeks will go to Iowa City Wednesday for medical observation. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Martinek drove to Waterloo Saturday to visit their daughter, Aline, teacher in Waterloo, and attended the Dairy Congress. Mrs. Aug. Grendler of Armstrong underwent an operation for appendicitis Saturday forenoon. Her son. 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Martin Swanson. spent Sunday at the Carl Swim- sonn. Mrs. Josie Brink went to Renwick Sunday to stay with Mrs. (leo. Stoddard for a while. Mrs. Nellie (Jrcgory is at Wes ley where she is employed as companion for Miss Mcl'herson. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Tranter Des Moincs, spent Sunday with hih mother, Mrs. Helene Traugcr. <Iarl, Harold and Lawrence llof Frederic-kiiburK. spent Friday am Saturday at the Arthur Hof.s. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kwanson and Mr. ami Mrs. Herman Meyer were Ue.s Moine.s visitors Thursilay. Florence Karnns has resigned as clerK ill Anna Murray's .store and will take an extended vacation. A son. Uichard. was horn to Mr. and Mis Carl Merkli- in Minneapolis. Sept. -I Tin- i.- their lirst ( hild. Wayne Maitv. the yoimy • o,, of Mr. ami Mr.-. Henry Marty had his Imisils re/.,,,', ed at -l-'oi I I i'id;:e on ! SUtiniav , Mis .),, ..pi,me ji , ji.nvr is al hour :•''.'• r . \- N.IIII,' 11,,- ..ummi r . '.(,-! i T • J i a i ;;:'>.! , rt .;' ,'!• a i Wool lock. 'I n,. Wil . •. I.. •!• i ... I.I '(,(', WI ', ', \\ ' sell,la Coll. . JMi. M Mr. City, and Mr am! Mi.. < IM . :-' iiid- ers ami -on ef l.i.j., li-M i: v.'i r. .Sunday (.;ui.t : , ;.• ti.. Arm.id Sanders. Mis. Fied Wolf Mi \\'m. K!a- wi'^er ami Mr.-3. H. K. l.'iriimr will be hostesses to the i.uVerm- C,-m- etery Axsoi-iation met tiny Thuio- day, Oet. 14. I). H. Wermerain went tu Ituch- e.ster. Minn.. Sunday, to see hi.s brotiier. Gtoige Wenmraeii. Miller. S 1)., who i.i recuperating fi om a recent operaiion. Mrs. Fred Kelis ami in r sun Koy, left Monday Joi their home in Uplands, Calif., Monday after a visit heic. They were ac<"ompame(j by- Mrs. W. M. Smith, who was fioiny to visit her daughter and family. the Alvin Christians at Phoenix, The S. Iv SnjiLhs. Minneapolis. were wtek end xuests at the H. C. Alltns Mr. and Mrs. Milo Hoaely and family and M. 1.. Homely. New UlaiUo Wi.s.. ' isited .several days at the Henry Kubly.s Mr and Mrs. Kred Wilson f'aton, spent Sunday with her nun-, Mrs. Fred Merkle. Sum HIH.,en Slury City, wui> u i'u<-si ,,t the W F Godfrey home Save and Save Plenty in our Greatest Sale of Spring Filled MATTRESSES | THIS GIGANTIC SALE iHlillllllliilllllllllllUIIIM^ 'Special arrangement with the factory and carload buying enables us to sell these nationally advertised mattresses regularly priced at $24.75 for - $16.95 - You cannot afford to miss this event. It is by far the greatest sale of mattresses ever offered in Northern Iowa Come early while our stock is complete ! During this sale all Bedroom Suites will be sold at Greatly Reduced Prices Foster's Furniture Co.
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