The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 14, 1937 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 14, 1937
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JJM Algona ROSELLA BESCH OFWHTTTEMORE WED ON MONDAY Bride of Kenneth Sabin; Young Couple To Live At K&nawha Whlttemore: St Michael's Catholic church in Whlttemore was the scene of a pretty wedding Monday morning at 8 o'clock when Roaella B««ch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Beach, became the bride of Kenneth Babln, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bd Sabin of Kanawha. Father Greteman performed the ceremony and read the nuptial mass in the presence of a large number «f relatives and friends. The bride WM attended by her «tet«r, HIM Leona Beach of Weeley. The groom *ms attended by Mathew Beach of Wesley, a brother of the bride. After the ceremony, dinner was served *•- high' noon to'members of the wedding party at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Sabin left during the day for a short honeymoon at Minneapolis and other points unknown. Mrs. Sabin is a well known young lady of good qualities. She graduated from Presentation Academy with the highest honors of the class of 1934. She WR? employed as a stenographer and secretary at the R. S. Gage Accountant office and as stenographer and assistant oredit mnnager at the Meier-Wolf furniture store in M&son City. During the past several months, she assisted her mother with duties at their farm home, northwest of Whitt- termjre. Mr, Sabin attended the Ktnawha school. He was born at Irvlngton and as a boy moved to Kanawha with his parent* where they are permanently located. Night Football Friday Evening OCTOBER 15 ALGONA HIGH SCHOOL —vs~ WEBSTERCITYHIGHSCHOOL Game begins at 8 p. m. Admission: Adults 35c, students 25c ESCAPE SERIOUS INJURY—Waukon. Iowa: Harlan Webster, licensed pilot and Miss Vera Stelber of Waukon miraculously escaped death recently when the Tailor Cub plane, (photo above) cracked up when they were making a forced landing at a farm home east of Waukon. Flying at too low altitude, the plane in circling struck a tree then crashed to the ground. Both occupants were rendered unconscious, but suffered no serious injuries. Mr. and Mrs. Sabin will be at home in Kanawha after Oct. JSth where Mr. Sabin Is employed in a garage i' mechanic. Mr. nnd Mrs. Theodore OstwaM were Sunday dinner guests at the Ed Brass home at Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Carroll and Mrs. Bertha Carroll of Livermore were Sunday dinner guests at the Elmer Bell home. The field day sponsored by the Pioneer Hybrid corn company al the Walter Vaudt farm Thursday was well attended. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Thilgcs and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Huberty and John Schreier of St. Joe visited at the Nick Thllges home Sunday. Mrs. A. D. Brogan and son, Stanley and daughter Bonnie, and Mrs. Brogan'« mother, Mrs. Tony Schmltt Sr., visited at the John Weir home at Mason City, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wilson and Mrs. Carrie Alrhart of Independence, Mo., returned to their homes Sunday after having spent several days here with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. James Fleming and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Goehner of Mason City visited at the J. M. Fleming lome Sunday. Ruth Adeline, sister of James, accompanied them to Mason City and will return home Monday evening. BIG DAYS Wednmday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, October 20-21-22-23 ONE CENT BRINGS HOME THE EXTRA PACKAGE Here it the fate you bevc bee* waiting for. Von pay (he regular price for any item on care and by adding only «we penny, you may have another one ol tbe lame Hem. Now to Ac tine to etock up and save money. Penslar Theatrical Cleansing Cream, Full Pound Tin* ... 1 for 76c HinMe Tablets, 100s . 2 for 26c Epsom Salt, 16 oz. Tins 2 for 26c Castor Oil, Tasteless . 2 for 26c Alco-Lin (Robbing Alcohol) 2 for Stc Pcnslor AspIrinTaWets, USP S for 51c Penslar Nose Drops . . 2 for 51 c FOR MEN WHO SHAVE Colonial Club Shavteg CM<M 1 for .11 Colonial Club Slnricg Lotion t for .11 Colonial Club Talc (or Men fl for .t* Colonial Club Bay Ran 8 for .11 Colonial Club Lilac Vegetal S for .11 Colonial Club Raioi BlaaVv St t for .M (Sing!* Edg. or Double Edge) Nelson's BruiMre* Shaving Cream S for .M Nelson*i Shaving Lotion t for .M iNetton's Shaving Cream S for .U Ptniloi Biuvhlett Shaviag Cwaw, . 8 01. (ar S for .11 Nelson's Lo»»nd»f Water t for .11 BASIC TREATMENT r>*» Powdsr. . . . ........... t for .11 All Pwpo* G«am ........... 8 for M Batfe TitMw OMOI ........... tfev .n tUouty Uffoo, Natural ....... tier .SI Bsauty LoNon, BniMrtt* ....... S for .fff dtamtna Gtom for Dry or Sen. fJSS 9 ^ ..... ........... .Sre» .SI CJeamlng Cream for Normal or OilySMii. ................ tfor .11 Fovndation Geam ............ tfor .11 HandGtam ................ B for .11 HaridLorlon.. .............. tfor .If Tonic Afrringvnr (or Dry or S«n- sithwSkin ................. tfor .11 Spttlal Attiing«nt lot Normal or Oily Skin ................. tfor .11 Tisiv* Gtom for Normal or Oily Skin ...................... tfor .M NELSON'S BABY POWDER A borattd talc lot babio l.nd./ ikin 2»« 26 e >•*"•>!&!• FOR TEETH, MOUTH, GUMS Mog-Loc Tooth Pmle t for Anliscptio* Tooth Past* t for Penvlai Denial Cream t for Anlis*pline Tooth Powder t for Anriteptia* Liquid, 16 ot* t for Sodium Perborate, flavored t for Mog-Loc Tooth Brush t for Punlai Tooth Brush t for junior Tooth Brush t for Baroline, liquid astringent, 16 ox. t for FINE STATIONERY Garden Court Paper and evpi, 1 («( 51.01 Neba — Woven Linen Fi'.hh 24 sheets ond evpi m box, S for 76c PenilorPoundPaper t fot J1c Pen Jar Envelcpei S for Sic LafayeH* Stationery linefl or velli/m finish, 60 sheets und 50 envei- ti in box, S for Me Qualify Rubber Goods Sl.SOHot Wafer Bot- He, capacity 2 quarti, t far $1.11 $1.S4 Fountain Syr- in9* f one piece Ba9, txtra rapid How tube, full ! quart capacity, t for S1.S1 $1.00 Combination Fountain Syringe* 8 quart, S for SS.Ol 'r-z'r^' '+& ••>-,- ''<*! P E HS tAR FAMILY REMEDIES CHECK THIS LIST NOW AND TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS SALE |y«Ton*. tfor Cartel Oil, 8 01 t for Senna Loaves, 1 01 t for Castor Oil, 3 ci tfor Camphorated OiL 8 01 t for Bone Acid Crystals, 4 01 t for Catcara Aromatic t for Eye Bath tfor PeA-C«s<c (Liquid Analgesic) t fer Boric Acid Powder (Sillei Top), 4 oss t for a Ext. Tablet* (100) t for .Jin*, 3 on t hi Mint Tablet* (100) t for -__jtt« Salt, 3 c*. (ins t for Laitflfiv* Cold Smaller* t for .t* Ccld Spot Corn Remover t .11 Limbeiing Oil t .11 Mallonic t .14 Mineiol A gar 1 .U Fed lor Athlete* Foot t .t1 Asptiin Tablets, 24 t .11 Comp, Licorice Powder, 4 ois t .(1 Bvchu, juniper and Palmetto Pills t .11 Milk oiMagnesia Tablets t .14 Tinttute Iodine, 1 o< t .41 Mercvtochrome Solution, Vi Oi t .1* Zinc Oxide Ointment * .t* Corbolic Salve t .*• Cal-O-rMma Lotion, 16 ox t .It* Germicide) Soap, 1% t for .M for .11 for 1.01 for 1.01 for J1 for Si for .t* for .11 for .40 for .M for .14 for .11 for .14 for .74 for .04 Lusby's Drug Store Ottoeen Lutheran Ladies 1 Aid Elects New Group Officers Ottosen: The Lutheran Ladles Aid held Its annual meeting Wednesday afternoon at the church parlors. The officers for the com Ing year are: president, Mrs. Tom Olson; vice president, Mrs. Peter Movlck; secretary, Mrs. LeRoy Kleppe; treasurer. Mrs. Peter Enockson. Hostesses were Mrs. Roy Jacobson and Mrs. -Roy Klnseth Mr. and Mrs. Lee Holt of Sheldon spent the v.-cek end u-ilh relatives here. Mrs. Eugene Hoflus spent the week end with her mother, Mrs. Bacon in Algona. Blanche Henrikson, who teaches at Lone Rock, spent the week end with her parents. Miss Francis Enockson spent the week end at the Roy Enockson home at Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. Don Usher of Fred- ortcksburg spent the week end at the Henry Henrikson home. Mr. and Mrs J3dwa:j V« r. Bank and son of Weit TU-nd visited with Mrs. Caroline T-'forJ Sund.iy. Miss Frances Bergum spent the week end visiting her sister. Lorend at the Eugene Hoflus home. Clyde Foster nnd daughter, Jean LaVonne of Grinnell spent the week end ( the Eugene Hofius home. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Meyer and son of Whittemore spent Wednesday at the W. H. Wehrspann home. M:. and Vrs. Jesrc Var P.iiFkirk and daugliti-rt visited ;i relay at the John Van liuskirk he-no in West Bend. Mrs. Die Knutson and son. Robert, spent Sunday at the Roscoe Kuhn home at Rodman. Donald Kuhn returned home with her. Virginia Olson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Olson, had a few ittle friends at her home Friday to help her celebrate her fourth Mrth- Iny. Those present.were: Joan and Kay Marie Stephenaon. Mary Katherine Truesdell. Betty Lou Movick, Marion Lee Morgan. Paul and Allen Watnem. Ida Larson On Trip to Washington Swea-Eagle: Miss Lucille Anderson of East Chain formerly of here wfattetf Sunday wftb Joae LMOO. Miss Anderson is working in the Swea City post office while her aunt. Postmistress Ida E. Larson Is on a three weeks' vacation at Washington, D. C., and Chicago. Pairview-Corwith Mr. and Mrs. R S. Moore of Clear Lake were week end guests at the J. W. Duckett home. •Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thompson and Mrs. Addle Massion returned Friday from a month's vacation trip. Mr. and Mrs. Millard Evans of iVebster City spent Sunday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. eorge Evans, Sr. Mrs. Steve Palmer visited the past week iit the home of her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Scverns. Mr. and Mra. Ed Williams and Mr. and Mra. Warren Mclntyrc have returned from a visit with relatives n various parts of 111. Glen Burracka and Clifford Meyers accompanied by Wilbur Shipman of Clear I-ukt- spent several days fishing in northern Minnesota. Mrs. Henrietta Hillary left last week to spend the winter at the homes of her daughters, Mrs. A. W. Parsons at Msynaril and Mrs. Marshal Barge at Decora!). Miss Ixirena Ellsworth has returned to her work at radio station WHO, Dea Moinea, after a two weeks' vacation spent with her mother, Mi's. Jennie Ellsworth. Nancy and Patty Tillion, little daughters of Mr. and Mm. Clarence Tilluin <i( Eagle Grove spent the past wti k at tiie home of their grandp.uunts, Mr and Mrs' J, K. Bush. Mr and Mrs. Robert Masterson visited Sunday at the home of their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. iJtllae Godfrey, at LuVerne. They also called on Mrs. William Godfrey and daughters. Postmaster J. Joseph Bonnstetter left on Friday for Washington. D. C, where he will attend a national postmasters' convention. He will aluo visit his son, Gilbert and the lutter's daughter, Vera, who live at Washington. Misa itulh Uysart and her mother have returned to their home in Uixon. Ill, alter supervising the building of a new house on the bysart farm tenanted by the Chan. Hamui family. The hawse waa completed in three months. Mra. J. L. Oxley and daughter, Elizabeth, Mrs. Celia StiUon, Mrs. William Wood and daughter, Janette arid Miss Betty Sca.ce were Fort Dodge visitor* last Saturday. They stopped ut Humboldt to visit a friend of Mrs Oxley, Miss Myrtle Pursoiig. Mr. and Mrs. I>awson Cox and daughter. Shirley of Hollandule, Minn., came- lust Kriday for a viait at the home of her sisU-r, Mrs. Shelby Stevens. Mr. Cox returned home on Saturday, anil Mrs. Cox ajid Shirley re-maided for u. longer visit. Miss WV.r.m «,t.evena who s been working at Hollundalu for the past several mouth*, returned home with them. MANYTTHBITTES FOR PASTOR AT FENTONLEAVING Bev. J. t. gnyder, Family Moved This Week To Alta, la. ' Fenton: Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Snyder and son. Warren and daughter, Phyllis, were honored at a number of farewell courtesies during the past week. Friday after school, the 7th and 8th grade students entertained at & party In the school basement for Phyllis and presented her with a fountain pen. Friday evening the freshman and sophomore classes of the local high school entertained at the Jacob Zwiefel home in honor of Warren and he was given a purse. The Standard Bearer girls and Agnes Goetsch entertained Sunday evening in the church parlors for Mrs. Snyder and she was given a wall tapestry. Members of the Fenton Woman's club entertained at a quilting party Friday afternoon for Mrs. Snyder and she was given the club gift, a silver spoon. Phyllis was also honored Saturday evening at the home of her Sunday School teacher, Mrs. Fred Newel who entertained Phyllis' class members, Pauline utd Phyllis Frank, Betty Jean Schwartz, LaVonne Newel, Ethel Weisbrod and Betty Ann Meyers. A community farewell party was held Monday evening in the church parlors and Rev. and Mrs. Snyder were given a spinet desk and chair. The Rev. and Mrs. Snyder are leav- ng this Wednesday for Alta, where Rev. Snyder will have charge of the church. mas box md send to Gertrude Beck er, a mfesiomuy iH India. Hostesses wer* Mrs. W. it Wolfe, Mr*. Earner Weisbrod nnd Mrs. Letter WelArod. Entertains Mrs. Art Juhl entertained at her home Thursday evening In honor of her niece, Frances JuhTs 14th birthday anniversary. Dinner was served at three small tables, after which games were played. Quests were Marjorie Volgt, Faith Finnestad, Bertha SoJberg, Virginia Berkeland, Margaret Oowans, Irene Berkeland, Sonla Thompson, Juanita Ojerde, Selma Cornelius, Adella Homan and Marlon Berkland. b Critically HI Mrs. Harold Goetsch who has >een seriously ill for a week at the tome of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hanson, was taken In the Newel ambulance to the Miller hospital in Fairmont late Saturday light and soon after her arrival submitted to an operation for a ruptured appendix. She is in a critical condition. Her parents, husband and other close relatives went to see her Sunday. Mr. and Vtrs. Goetsch are parents of four small children. Walter Lock Better Friends of Walter Lock will be pleased to hear that he Is recover- ng from infection in his face and ilans to leave a Chicago hospital his week end. Mr. Loek had taken i number of blood transfusions and 'or a time he was in a critical condition. Plan ChrtatnuM Box The Woman's Foreign Missionary society met in the church par- ors on Thursday afternoon. Oct. th. Devotions were in charge of Mrs. Frank McFalL Mrs. C. G. Humphrey and Mrs. John Newel were appointed to pack the Christ- Portland Farmers Buy New Equipment During Past Week 1 Portland: Wayne and Stanley Keith are recent purchasers of a new tractor and two row Corn pick. Ray McWhorter has a new two-row corn picker. Buy* Corn ^Picker Claude Slgsbee purchased a new two-row cam picker, recently,which will speed up the corn pick- Ing. New Improvements Stanley Keith has installed rune ritng water and bathroom fixtures, which completely modernises their home. Country conveniences are helping farm people catch up with their city cousins. Portland Peppy Pals are to meet Saturday at the Ivan Long home. Mrs. Cecil Long is helping Mrs. Clifford Holding, Burt, for several weeks. LeRoy Lee and Letha Mann were dinner guests at the Gerald Brace home. John Trunkhlll got home Tuesday from N. D., where he hart spent several days. The L. M. Owen family, Algona, and Charles Manns, Burt were Sunday guests at the E. O. Manns. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Collinson, shoe merchant of Elmore, had supper with the Tony Jandl family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Krueger, Fenton, also Mrs. Ivan Long and daughters were Sunday callers at the G. O. McFarlands. Mr. and Mrs. Sumner Parsons and family with the latter's father, D. W. Smith spent last Saturday at Stratford with the Roy Smith family. The Portland Progress club will meet with Mrs. Joe Zanke, Thursday, Oct. 21. All members are urged to be present for special business and election of officers. • Dr. A. L. Dlttmer with wife and son, of Thornton, Mrs. Kate Dittmer and daughters, Josephine and Emma, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Grnn- zow, son Boyd, all of Algona. and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bicrstedt nnd son of Lone Rock were dinner and -supper guests at the Claud Sigsbee home Sunday. • Read The Want Ads—It Pays. Custard Set 6 Glaasbake OfSf* cupi and rack _ fciP v Ba«keU Gteen or tfory metal With de- slgnfl. FALL SAVINGS EVENT SALE STARTS TUESDAY, OCT. 12 ENDS SATURDAY NIGHT, OCT. 1* Tea Kettle* Gray enameled, 6 qt. 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