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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 14, 1937
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Oct. 14,1937 DE LOSS FOX, WESt£Y,WED5 <31ear Lake airl Is Bride; To Live In Mason City Wesley: The home of Mr. and JWM. K. J. Fox was the scene of a Bedding dinner Sunday evening, honoring their son. DeLoas and his *rW- the former Miss Martha uer of Clear Lake, the two been married at the Meth- parsonage in Des Moines on »~wurday. Besides the bridal couple tf ace * wer , e also set f °r elRht others which included Mr *~A «•_. ***" M« H.« » e 8 parent8 ' Mr a «d Mrs. Henry Bruckner and daughter, ' a Mae of Clear Lake. The table I e , corati< >n8 were in or- white color scheme with fcTSP and the dinne «served by Mrs. Tlllie Loeble duplx " C0uple furni8h - Mrs Clarence Ward enjoyed a 8lster of Waterlo ° J V 1dc «on left Tuesday , H ' Minn., where she is Baiting her sister, Mrs. Tom Crone! Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Clapsaddle of Corwith spent Sun- M l8itlng the Mrs - Til » e family. «" na Joh nson and her •. en Jose Phson of Boone ,«« We ,t k end wlth Johnson relatives at Wesley. Mr. and MM. Paul Engen drov< to Swea City Saturday night where they spent the week end visiting his parents, the H. P. Engens. Miss Ruth Mary Vltzthum returned home Thursday from the Kos suth hospital In Algona where she underwent an operation for appendicitis. Quests at the Lester Larson home Sunday were her brother, Orln Byro, his wife and family, the Anddrew Oppedahl family and Mrs Ellen Bottelson 6f Ooldveld. Dr. and Mrs. R. K. Richardson entertained the Dr. and Mrs. a W. Meyers and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Rasmusseh of Algona Saturday n|ght at 6:30 o'clock dinner. Carl Franzen and two children, Knar and Helen and Miss Rust drove to Minneapolis Saturday morning and spent over Sunday at the home of the David Johnsons there. August Bngstrom, who has been In somewhat falling health recently, went to Algona Monday morning where he entered the'hospital for an examination and possibly treatments. Mr. and Mrs. Ed J. Studer were expected home the' fore part of this week from St. Cloud, to where they went last week Tuesday to visit with his brothers and sisters in that vicinity. Mrs. Lael Root returned home the latter part of last week from Wisconsin to where she drove with Mr. Root's parents of Ventura, to attend the funeral of an aunt of Mr. Root Several members of the local Congregational church attended the Mitchell Association meetings of the Congregational churches in this district held at Algona last week several days. Ole Flom gave a brief but good report on the meet- Ings Sunday morning during the church hour. YOUR FRIEND AT MEALTIME PEIDAY & SATURDAY, OCT. 15 16 TAINT RIGHT! We supply (he middle Atlantic States with mutton no they can eat about 14 pounds per capita. We who raUe and fatten mutton have been eating only 1H Ib*. per capita. EAT MORE MUTTON Increase local consumption of mutton and our farmers will get better prices for mutton shipped to eastern market*. Dietitians recognize mutton aa our most easily digested meat En- Joy your favorite cut of mutton at our special week end price*. MUTTON ROAST For a nice oven roast with your favorite flxln's we have a nice Leg O" Mutton at ISe per pound and nice meaty shoulder roaste at lOc per pound. ... MUTTON TO FRY To fry w» have loan mutton round (teak at ISc per In, Mutton Chop* are priced for this vale at lie per Ib. MUTTON STEW A special price of 6c per Ib. on mutton to stew with noodle*, Hpaghetti or diced vegetable*. Other Ingredient* that odd to tltn flavor of mutton stew are celery, tonratoeH and onions. Ill SUPERB" MINCE MEAT A condensed mince meat. Bo rich in meat, fruit and ttpicea Uwt many prefer to strcteh to double the quantity by the tuld- Itlon of freah applf*. "Superb" Miner Meat for this Hair nt Z pkgs. for 15c. ____ _ __ MORNING LIGHTiPE ACHES A week-«nd bargain of ipecial interest to tliocto who did little home cumlnc... Excellent fruit in a good syrup. Either Hlioed or large luscious halves. The large No. ZVi can for thin nai« at ISo. GINGER SNAPS You start dunking crisp, old fashioned ginger snaps in coffee and you don't know witen you have had enough. Buy plenty of these spicy ginger snaps at our special price of lOc per Ib. ~ PRUNE SPECIAL Medium size sweet prunes 'that require little sugar. Thetie nice meaty prunes are most desirable for sauce and pie fruit Buy a supply for the winter at our special price; 4 Ib. bag for 22c or the original £9 Ib. box for $1.18. "HONEY KRUSHED" Tested and Approved by Good Hoiuekeoping. Crushed Wheat and Honey for flavor and as u natural aid to digestion. This wonderful health bread sold only at Council Oak stores. BAKED HOMINY Combine the following and bake in u moderate oven for to minutes. 8 cups Morning Ught Hominy, 2 cups Moruiug Light Tomatoes, 1 tablespoon butter or shortening, '4 cup grated cheese, salt and pepper. The large No. V/-- can of hominy fur thU sale at 80. SUPERB OATS The quality of "Superb" Out* adds to the popularity of this national breakfast cereal. Either regular or quick cooking. A special price of I6c on the large pkg. for this sale. COUNCIL OAK COFFEE A quality bUaid that is rousted fresh daily in our own plant. Ground, as you buy it to fit your method of making coffee. Our every day price is 27c per Ib. or 3 Ibs. fo 79c and you may exchange the empty bags for fancy china ware. HASKINS SOAP SRECIAL Hnff^r-T Hard Water Castile Is an excellent toilet and bath soap to two in hard water. For this sale a. special price of «c per ™$"t^ |Mw Barrel Petroieae in ti»» original 1-lb. ban priced at S bars tor 18o. 9 News Items of Burt Vicinity Homer Olson, Bancroft, visited Sunday at the Ben Bahling home. Zita Giddings went to Chicago Saturday where she has employment. The J. T. and Robert Grahams visited Sunday at the J. G. Sewlck home. Leona Lichter, Algona, visited Sunday at the Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle home. The D. T. Hobsons visited Sunday at the Orley Hobson home in Fort Dodge. The Fortnightly club meets on Thursday afternoon with Mrs. W. W. Boettcher. The M. L. Vlnaas family spent Sunday at the William Dehnert home In Algona. Geo. L. Gray spent Sunday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Edgar Inlay, at Lakota. The Fidells class meets In the church parlors Wednesday afternoon of this week. The L. A. Boettchers and Stanley Keiths visited in Mankato and New Ulm, Minn., Sunday. Mrs. R. A. Bartlett and son of Whittemore spent Sunday at the J. H. Schroeder home. The J. P. Stows and F. O. Stow were Sunday dinner guests at the Charles Phelps home. The senior class had a birthday surprise party for Virginia Trenary Saturday evening. • Leona Bahe and Lenore Bolie spent the week end with Marian ttoppe at. her home in Algona. The Art Fandels spent Sunday at the home of Mr. Fandel's sister, Mrs. Joe J. Elbert, in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hanna, of Nora Springs, spent the week end at the Mrs. Maude Hanna home. Mrs. Mllo Brown and son, Emory and family. Garner, visited on Sunday at the E. O. Chipman home. Mrs. Merle Woltz was taken to the Kossuth hospital again Sunday. She is 111 with heart trouble. Mrs. Chester Sill and baby, Galbrath, visited Monday at the home of her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. E. E. Paine. The Harold Grahams, Des Moines, spent the week end with Harold's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Graham. The Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Doms were entertained at dinner Monday evening at the Rev. Frcrking home in Lakota. Raemond Koestler, who teaches n Spencer, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Koestler. Jennie and Henry Thompson spent Sunday with their sister, Mrs. Mayme Hofius and the Lloyd El- itons at Gilmore City. Mrs. J. D. Graham spent Thursday afternoon with her sister, Mrs. August Strom, at Algona. It was the latter's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Anderson and children, Newman Grovet Nebr., came last week and are working at the George Gray home. The K. J. Smiths visited at the Fl. C. Smith home in Jefferson, Sunday. They also visited the Ledges State Park at Boone. Rachel Clapsaddle will go to Mad- laon, Wfe, Friday with a group of sorority listers to attend the Iowa- Wisconsin football game Saturday. Earl Bcnz, Charles City, visited Friday at the Rev. G. H. Wessel home. Otto Schultz, Port Dodge, was a Sunday visitor at the Wessel ionic. Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Rnughey ind daughter, Nora Springs^ were week end guests nt the A. G. Vol- entlne home. Mr. Baughey is Mrs, Volentine's uncle. Mrs. L. A. Boettcher attended a shower Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Ira Kohl in Algona for Mrs. Stanley Larson, who was formerly Kathryn Keith. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Larson accompanied Mr. Larsert',8 brother and wife of Crystal Lake to Royal Sunday where they visited a niece, who is a teacher there. The Rev. G. H. Wessel and C. B. Huffman left Sunday for McGregor. They were also to visit at Colesburg and Rockford, before returning the last of the week. The August Hennings, who have been living at Ehthervllle. have moved into the Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle home in north Burt. The Hennings family formerly lived near Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Craig, Fairmont, Minn., visited Wednesday at the Martin Larsen home. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Jensen, Lone Rock, spent Saturday evening at the Larsen home. Mr. and Mrs. John Richmann and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Tiedt and two children, Reardlyn, spent the week end at the Rev. L. Richmann home. They are Rev. Rlchmann's parents and his sister and family. Lyle Ward, Rapid City, S. D.. visited- the end of last week with the GT C. Giddings. Mrs. Giddings left with him Friday for Rapid City to visit her brother, who is ill. Mr. Ward Is her nephew. The Floyd Koepkes spent the week end at the home of Mrs. Koepke's sister, Mrs. Donald Cronan, at Toledo. Mrs. G. W. Bleich who has been spending a week there returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. W. R Brace returned Saturday from a week's visit with Mr. Brace's brother, Ed at Glenburn, N. D. They made the visit with their daughter, Mrs. S. E. Straley and family of Fenton. Three carloads of 18 Presbyterian young people attended a Christian Endeavor meeting at Estherville Sunday afternoon and evening. It was a meeting of the north half of the Fort Dodge Presbytery. Richard Brayton sang a solo. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. McDonald and Mr. nnd Mrs. H. W. Trainer attended a dinner dance at the Country Club Monday evening given by Messrs, and Mesdames H. B. White, F. E. Kent, W. A. Lorenz, F. C. Scanlan, Joel Herbst and Cliff Aalfs. Mrs. Henry Gettman and her daughter, Helen returned Saturday from Kirksville, Mo., where Helen had an operation for a congenital dislocation of the hip. She will have to be in a cast for a number of months. Ellen Saathoff is help- Ing at the Gettman home. The Misses Mattle Warner and Eva Whitney and Mrs. Mattie Guld«, Bancroft, were dinner guests Monday evening at the C. C. Smith home. The Misses Warner and Whitney expect to leave within a week or two for California, where they will spend the winter. Mrs. Al Staehle entertained Saturday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Myra Watklns, Fort Madison, who Is here visiting at the home of her sUtm-ln^taw, Mrm. t. D. HodlSori. Other guests were Mrs. Hodgson and daughter, Ruth, Mrs. H. O. Buell, Mrs. K. J. Smith, Mrs. C. C. Smith and Mrs. J. M. Doms. On Wednesday evening, Mrs. Hodgson and daughters, Esther and liuth and Mrs. Walking were dinner f;ucstn at the Rev. J. M. Doms homo and on Friday evening they were entertained at dinner ut the C. C. Smith home 1 . WM. GODFREY RITES HELD ATLUVERNE Was 67 Years Old, A Lu- Verne Resident for 46 Years LuVerne: A arge number of frienda and relatives attended funeral services for Wm. F. Godfrey, Monday afternoon. Mr. Godfrey died at his home Thursday evening after a short illness. He was born 67 years ago when his parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. Stafford Godfrey were living on a farm seven miles east of LuVerne. For the past <6 years he had followed the trade of harness maker an dhad lived In LuVerne. The family, al lof whom were present at the funeral services Monday are Glen of Fort Dodge, Mrs. Chris Anderson of Green River, Wyoming, Florence, Rubye and DeRae of LuVerne. Others from out of town attending were Chris Anderson, Wyoming; Mrs. Glen Godfrey und three children. Fort Dodge; Melvin Godfrey, a brother of the deceased and Mrs. Godfrey, Chapin; Delbert, Jos., Earl and Violet Craig, Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Potter, Rapid City, South Dakota; Mr. and Mra. Percy Brink and Allen, Tilonka; Mrs. O. D. Caslleman, Mrs. George Stoddarti, Mrs. P. S. Thiei. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Potter, Mrs. Josie Brink, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Feltis, Genie Potter, all from Renwick. The rtev. E. E. Hancock, pastor of the Presbyterian church, preached the sermon and the music was given by Mrs. J. L. Llchly, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Chapman, Rev. E. C. Walters accompanied by Mrs. Hancock. Casket bearers were Chas. Patterson, John Smith. F. I. Chapman, Wm. Hoepner, M. L. Barton and U. S. Grant. Mi*. Marty Honored Mrs. D. Marty was 79 years old Saturday and she was honored Sunday at the Evangelical church dinner held in connection with the rally and homecoming services. In the center of the table was a beautifully decorated birthday cake. Mrs. Marty has always been active in church work so far as her health will allow. Her suns, Edw., Wm., Henry, J. O., Matt\and Adam, all live in the vicinity of LuVerne, while Fred U in school work in Cloquet, Minn., and George is a lawyer in Mason City. The only surviving daughter, Bnuaa, live* with her mother in town. The family make their mother's home the mcctnig place for mnny family gatherings throughout the year. ,Mrs. D. C. Toohey spcnl lasl week al Sheldon. John Moore spent Ihe week in Des> Moines. Mike Wegner has rclurncd from a monlh's visit in Fort Dodge. The Bert Larimers, Sioux Center, spent Sunday wilh relatives here. Helen Vessel and Melvin Guy spent Sunday with relatives in Colfax. Robert Marty, Algona, in spending the week with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kubly. Marjory Eason went to Clear Lake Saturday by bus to spend the week end with Erna and Lorraine Eustace. H. D. Ristau took his father, David Ristau to his home in Moline, 111., Monday. They were accompanied by Conrad Ristau, from Ventura. Fifteen of Mrs. Laura Woito's neighbors gave her a surprise farewell party Saturday afternoon at her home. They brought their own refreshments and a gift as remembrance. Mrs. Woito is moving this week to her new home in Algona. The Albert Nielsens, Burt, und the Edward Beebes, Fort Dodge, were Sunday guests at the H. D. Ristaus. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Swansea and James, Algoiui, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dollman und daughter, Frances, Britt, spent the day at the Carl Swansons. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Emery, Sexton, were guests of Mrs. Helen Stripling. Mr. and Mrs. Don Liclity and her father, Mr. Meyer of Chicago, came Sunday to be here for C. H. Lichty'.s huth birthday Tuesday. The family spent Tuesday evening al the Harry Lichtys in honor of the day. The group included the P. C. Lich- tys, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lichty, M/. Liohty and daug'iler, Grace, besides the Chicago guests und the family of Ihe host. Former West Bend, Mrs. Henry, Is Dead West Bend: Mrs. J. L. Henry, former West Bend resident, died in Peoria, IJ1., Thursday, Sept. 30, at the home of her daughter. She was born in 1851 and lived in West Bend until seven years ago, when she went to live with her daughter. Her husband preceded her in death several years ago. She is survived by two children: Mrs. Arnold Frye of Peoria, 111., and Earl Henry of Cedar Rapids. Funeral services were held at the Presbyterian church in West Bend, Saturday, with Rev. Brough of Dowa in charge of the services. Interment was made at Emmetsburg. Wedding Revealed Of W-Bend Couple West Bend: Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Maytie Nessen and Bob Brown, well knowh young people of this community. The marriage took place on July 3, 1937 at Eldora, Iowa. The couple have moved into the tenant house of the Wayne Miller farm, where Mr. Brown is employed. Mrs. Brown is the daughter of Mamie Nessen and has attended school at West Bend and graduated with the class of '36. Mr. Brown is the son of Mrs. Kate Brown of Des Moines, and graduated from the Humeston high school. Sees Sister First Time in 32 Years Wesley: Nick Miller, his daughter, Mrs. Clarence Dornbier and her three children returned home Sunday from a six weeks' visit with relatives and friends in four states, Kansas, Oklahoma, Missouri and Nebraska. The trip was made especially to visit Nick's sister, Mrs. Katie .Tnger. at Horton, Kansas. .1 sister, he had not sec for 32 years. Nlek is 75 years old and his sister 73. so the reunion was one of great importance and long looked forward to. In relating his joys, he claimed to have had the "best time in the world" nttending dances, dinners, wiener roasts, picnics and gatherings specially honoring the Iowa folks. Former Corwith Resident to Denver Fairviow-Corwilh: Word was received by friends here that Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Ellsworth and daughter Darlenc, have moved from Baltimore, Maryland, to Denver, Col. Mrs. Ellsworth is employed by the Social Security Board nnd was transferred to Denver. Mr. Ellsworth was employed by the Standard Oil Co. when the family lived in Corwith. Vclmn Weydert spent Sunday with Rita Becker. 'For years I've eaten toys the "BIG TEN" Commi*»ioner of AthMit*, JOHN L. GRIFFITH. •f«f*tfe aalf.erltr. Pr»»U»*t 0t *»* v Alert motheri everywhere „. dren tfcb w«rm, t»«y Tbreakfiwt --- ss --it taa the txtr* v«lne of Nmturt'i Vtt* mlo B!. ..Doctor'* *»T you end theJTOttgr Men should here thb precton* vitMM every day to comb*/ oervontnew, tyf atipMioB »nd poot dige*tion!...Yet W» wotiderfnllT whole»o«e bretkfitft cd« only W cent per •erring. There* oo other ottmeei like it! Tod«7 muar , . grocers offer f I'M SOLO Quaker O*U «t • I ON A BCff- special price for 2 ' ^ t ' ptckiget. wjmmJI^^lflMijIm^laglHmfl^fSmmA Wm Continuous This Week. Take Advantage of These Values. A SENSATIONAL COAT SALE Choico Falmcs— Flattering Colors— Newest Details— Finest Tailoring— Tinge Variety— $ Coats of boucle or pebbly crepe materials in colors. Gorgeous collars of Fitch, Cross Fox, Caracul, Kit Fox, Mnnclmrian Wolf, Algerian Fox—all with GUARANTEED LININGS and warm -interim ings. Genuine H. & H. Hudson Seal Fabric Coats with genuine Skinner's linings arc included. A VALUE TEMPTATION With Embroidery fringe Zippers Marvelou-s wool rrc'pe and novi-lty woolen drosses. Smart 2-pii'cc styles, distinctive newurepes, rn- maincs and moire taffetas . . . iwitli clever boleros . . . tunirn. friiw. coin trimmings, rontni.stiri); rin- broidcry. $ 95 FABRIC Jaunty sport coats—genuine Corami cloth, resembling Caracul Fur. They're long wearing—unequalled in value. Armstrong RUGS *6.49 Nationally known. A rugr for every room. 9x12 size. Dripolators Triple Enamel 98c Surest way to make , coffee. Ivory color. ;t ? 'j Ice Box Sets 69c Three piece glass sets. Yellow, red, green. Knitting Yarns - 10c 35c ;j Colora you need for f: Ji nil knitting purposes .$" WOMEN'S, MISSES' Princess Slips New and different are these quality rayon crepe slips in four- gore and bias cut styles n^a in luur- 1.00 ivMVn Novelty COATS New fabrics, colors, and styles. A coat for every Miss. See them. They're Coat Values—sizes 14 to 20 9.95 Full Cut Rayon Panties Popular novelty weaves and plain fabric panties. Flare or brief stylus. Misses' and Women's sizes 25c Beverage Sets 98c Eight decorated Tumblers, Ice Tub and Rack. 9-Piece Beverage Sets 98c Set consists of 8 decorated tumblers and rack. 69c Mixing Bowl Sets 69c 'gii Three glass bowls B (*.'• 6-8-10 inch — red, H yellow, blue. sj Child's Knit Sleeprs, Fleeced Knit, drop seat Men's Outing Pajamas, Fast Colors, woven stripes _ Brush Wool Sweaters, $1 ( pleated hack, yoiin<r nteii stvle. • ^ Men's Melton Jackets, $O QO % Windpi-oof. half helled hark <-»^0 Boudoir Lamps Attractive glass base designs. Fancy glaas and parti nient .shades j uti^t: uea- 1.39 . ,; . .y ; .•..-. < Table Lamps M Complete 98c Decorated glass '^ fuuiit. chimney anil j^ burner. Large size, g -.,: - ;.-• c,_.i^f--.: ; "f;- 1 /'"^ ^41 K^""**"***" SPECIAL $ 1.89 Will buy n chrome pluU-d, copper tea Kettle, (i qt. size. s A VAM.IK FOB voi; ; ENAMELWARE (.'lioicc uf .ii.\ Lii-i items. They're 57c Tea, Kettles 5 quart Convex Kettles—(J quart Convex .sauce pans—-4 quart Double Boiler—2 qt. inset lioll rim dish pans—17 qurt Roll rim dish pans—17 quart Percolators, all enameled—8 cups Combinets Popular patterns you'll admire in dinnerware. Platinum or gold lace borders. Floral spray decals — choice Brittany NautUius, or Althea ahapea. First quality double coated enamel, set- in cover. 10 qt. Department Stores New, Smart, Colorful 32-piece sets Dinnerware '2.98 *5.95 1 i 1

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