The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, Oct. 21,1938 MALINDARUHNKE IS BRIDE OF HUGO BERNINCHAUS, FRI. United At Fentoti; To Farm 6 Miles North of Algona FWiton: The marriage of Mallnda Ruhnke and Hugo Berninghaus took place at the Lutheran parsonage In Fenton Friday, Oct. 15 at 3 p. m. The double ring ceremony waa performed by the Rev. R. W. £?MHt*. The bride was attended hy the bridegroom's sister, Johanna Bernlnghous and Arthur Ruhnke, brother of the bride, served as Best man. The bride is the second oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Ruhnke Is one of the flne young ladles of the Fenton community. For the past several years she has been employed in various homes around Fenton where she has made many friends. The groom is the Oldest son of Mrs. Wm. Berning- haui. For the past five yean he helped to manage his mother's farm north of Whittemore. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents at which 80 relatives and friends attended. Table ******* ww « Rnf» Dreyer, Hertha and Elna Ruhnke. Out of town IJieste attending were Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Keith and Mrs. Alvina Powers of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Ogg and Mrs. Emma Beard of Algona. The couple will be at home on the Henry Frombach farm, five miles north of Algona on March 1st. Birthday 8uf prise Mrs. Truman Johnson was taken by surprise Saturday evening when a group of friends gathered at her home to help her celebrate her birthday anniversary. Bridge was played at four tables, with the high score price won by Mrs. Charles Newel and Mrs. Alvin Zumach the second high. Other guests were Mesdames F. H. Bohn. Raymond Stoeber, Clarence Wegener, W. V, Yager, Amos Finnestad, Everett Dreyer, Qeorge_Jentz, C. O. Bailey, Clareijce Osbot-n, E. J. Frank and Clarence Theesfleldl Hostesses were Mrs. E. K. Johnson and Mrs. G. B. Johnson who served a two course luncheon which was brought by the guests. Fifth Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Edward Meyer Invited a number of relatives and friends to their home Saturday evening to help them celebrate their fifth wedding anniversary. Five hundred was played at six tables- with Edwin Leudtke winning the high score prize and Theodore Bierstedt winning the low and chair prizes. Bunco was played at tttree tables with Bertha Kressln winning the high and Viola Blerstedt the low prizes. A delicious luncheon was served late in the evening to the 86 attending. Ardls Volgt, teacher at Tltonka, spent the week end with her mother, Mrs. Carrie Volgt Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hantelman were Sunday dinner guests at the parental Cliff Frlnk home Sunday. Ruth and Verlln Espe spent Saturday between trains with their father, John Espe, at Sanborn, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Albln Nelson and FRIDAY & SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22-23 WE KNOW! We know you will be lnt*re*ted in a particularly nice roost for your Sunday Dinner and we are prepared to supply that kind of a roast Our meat cutters will be glad to tuwlst you In selecting a roaat that will meet your exact requirement*. BEEF ROAST Please Inspect the beef shoulder roanta on display at 14c and 17c per pound, A beautiful Standing Rib Roast for till* sale at 18c per pound. BEEF STEAK Shoulder steak has a distinctive flavor. A nice cut of shoulder steak at 19c per pound. STEW & BOILING BEEF A nice piece of beef to stew or boll with rice, noodles or f re»h vegetable* and for the meat pi e, a"t the special price of 18e per Ib. Mild Cure Summer Sausage Ib. 22c HAM to other meats, aloe, Jaler ham to not eat- penalve at oar week end price. The whole or half of a fancy, •molted, aklnned ham at Me per pound. "Superb Brand" BARTLETT PEARS Our Superb Label to reserved for large, tasdou* Bartlette that are firm In texture; •till they must be tender and meDow. A* you enjoy theee delicious pears a* salad or sauce you will pronounce them "positive perfection.'* This to your opportunity to buy the large can of theae fancy pear* for ITe. PEANUT BUTTER Council Oak Peanut Butter for Into sale In the big Z Ib. Jar for only tie. No other spread for bread can be bought at thto low price. The price of 9 Ib*. for Sic should lead to more peanut butter In cake* cookie* and other home cooking. "Robb Boss Brand" ANGEL FOOD CAKE Flour Now that the weather to cooler, the family expect* more of the light, feathery angel food enke* *uch a* are made from Robb Boa* Cake Flour. Thto quality product for thto *ale at 20c per NAVY BEANS Buy a supply of large, mealy, northern navy bean* at thl* kale for baked bean* and for dellciou* bean coup. Our week-end price on thene fancy bean* I* 3 Ib*. for ISc. LEMON COOKIES A large, round leinon flavored cooky. Average 80 to the pound. For thi* *ale a vpecial price on the*e f re*h baked cookie* of 2 Ib*. for Zttc, HONEY KRUSHED Tented and approved by Good Housekeeping. Cru»hed wheat and honey for flavor and a* a natural aid to digestion. Thto wonderful health bread »old only at Council Oak Store*. FREE TUMBLER Buy 2 pkg*. KeUogg'* Krumble* and get a fancy blue tumbler. For thto vale we have a *pecial price of 2 Ic oil thto combination offer. CAMPBELL'S Tomato Juice When you drink Campbell'* Tomato Juice you have the *at- tofuetion of knowing you are drinking the bent For economy you will buy It thto week end in the No. 5 can or near !4 gallon can* at the *pecial price of I9c per can. SUPERB SPINACH Spinach to rich hi vitamin* and ea*enUal food mineral*. Superb Spinach to absolutely free from grit and can, be bought at the special price of IBc in the large No. *V4 can. "RED BAG" COFFEE Try thto sweet, mild coffee at our special price of Uc per ~mmd, or 8 Ib*. for Me, when you will agree that it* popularity to not due wholly to price. "Bed Bag" ha* » dtottncUve flavor not found la other popular priced coffee*. GOLD DUST 1c SALE Gold Duat will remove »tubborn dirt. Buy a supply at our ' price. Buy a larce pfcK- for 17c and you can buy a ockace of the Mnaii Gold ttust for Ic. 30HONORMR.&MRS.JOEZANKE ON 40TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lee near Seneca. Florence Longhenry of Boone came Saturday afternoon . for a week's visit with Mrs. Dorothea Gerhards. Florence Anderson of Swea City visited her sister, Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber from last week Wednesday to Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newel and son, Lyle and daughter, Lavonne, were entertained at the E. J. Frank home at dinner Sunday. Mrs. Philip Wander returned home Thursday after a ten day visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyers at Freeport, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Meuers and daughter, Carol and Billle Joe of Corwith were Sunday dinner guests at the R. L. Padgetts, Sunday. Edith Laage and Florence Weisbrod spent the week end here with their parents, the C. F. C. Laages and W. J. Weisbrods, respectively. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Laage were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Laage's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tjaden near Algona. Viola Mueller, a student at the State Teachers' college, Cedar Falls spent from Friday to Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Mueller. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Osborn and son, Roger and Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Zumach were entertained on Sunday at the Howard Reeder home at Palmer. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wols and son, Myron of Cleveland, Minn., spent Thursday and Friday with Mr. Wols' sister, Mrs. Henry Berghofer and family. Virginia Frank and June Weisbrod of this place attended homecoming at State Teachers College in Cedar Falls Saturday and returned home.Sunday. Mrs. J. B. Hanson, Harold Goetsch and two children went to Fairmont Saturday to visit Mrs. Harold Goetsch, who Is recovering nicely from an appendicitis operation. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Reimeis and daughter, Lorraine of Milwaukee, tame Monday for a week's visit with the former's mother, Mrs. Kate Menz and his sister, Mrs. Shelby Weisbrod and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ed George of near Armstrong are the parents of their first child, a six pound daughter, born, Oct. 13. The little one was named Sandra Jenn. Mrs. George is the former Marie Geitzenauer. Mrs. A. H. Krause, who spent the past several days with her sister Mrs. F. C. Bailey at Marshall, Minn, came home Sunday, accompanying C. O. Fitts and Harold Haynes of Marshall, who came to Fenton on nisiness. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Moses and daughter, Florence, and Adrian Is abelle of Quepelle, Saskatchewan Canada, came Friday for an indefinite visit with Mrs. Moses' mother Mrs. John Arbogast and with other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod entertained the married couples bridge club at their home Thursday evening. MM. B. W. Ruske and J A. Bcbwarta were th« high prta. winner* and Dr. J. A. Mueller, the consolation. Mr. and Mrs. John Wallace and son, Gordon and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tieman and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Earl Wallace home. The Art Tietz family of AI gona were afternoon callers at the Wallace home. Mrs. Minnie Reisner of Cascade, Wls., came Saturday for an Indefinite visit with her sister, Mrs. Fred Kulow and family and her mother, Mrs. Louise Glassnapp, who is ill : the Kulow home. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hoase entertained at dinner Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Taylor and daughter, Marilyn, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Relbhoff and family, Mrs. A. C. Bernhardt and daughter, Marian and son, Wesley, Mrs. Floyd Koepke and children, all of Burt and Kathryn Doege of Algona. 7 Tables Cards At Seneca Home Seneca: Mr. and Mrs (?) entertained a numbeij of friends and neighbors at a card party at their home Friday evening Five hundred was played at seven tables with Mrs. F. E. Slagle and Robert Burt winning high prizes, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Oftedahl winning low prizes and F. E. Slagle winning trav- Relatives From N. Dakota Drop in As Surprise On Occasion Burt: About 30 relatives and rlends gathered at the Joe Zanke tame last Wednesday evening to ielp them celebrate their 40th wed- :ing anniversary. A pot luck sup- «r was served. A pleasant feature of the affair was the unexpected arrival of Mr. nd Mrs. G. W. Douglas, Minot, N. D., while supper was being served. Mrs. Douglas is Mr. Zanke's sister. The Douglas family is visiting rel- .tives here and in Algona for a few lay*. On Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. >ouglas, Mrs. Jake Wlnkel and Frances and the R. E. Harveys, Alona, were dinner guests at the Sanke home. The George Winkels, Whittemore, and Lawrence Winkels, Algona, were also present. Vera Chlpman Honored Vera Chlpman, student at a Maon City business school, was awarded a pin for having written a fifteen minute test at the rate of 75 words per minute. Vera also sang wo solos at the same assembly. Sister Succumbs J. N. Holding received word on Monday of the death of his sister, Mrs. Sarah Wilson at Pontlac, 111., Sunday. Mrs. Wilson Is known to many Burt people, having made ixtensive visits here several times. Going to Meeting G. W. Bleich, county Farm Bureau chairman, and H. E. Rachut will jo to Des Moines Friday where Mr. 31eich will attend a meeting of farm bureau chairmen. Son for Woltz Mr. and Mrs. Merle Woltz are jarents of a son born Friday at the ttossuth hospital, where Mrs. Woltz had been a patient for several weeks. Powers Promoted George Powers spent Sunday here with his mother, Mrs. Alvina Powers. Monday, he began his new work as salesman for the Hormel Co. with headquarters at Fort Dodge. Further Treatment Glenn Graham was taken to the University hospital at Iowa City Saturday for further treatment for infantile paralysis with which he was stricken a year ago. Former Armstrong Principal Marries At Kingman, Ariz. Armstrong: Announcements have been received 1 here of the marriage of Miss Jean Marie Swingle to Edgar P. French, which took place Tuesday, Octo. 6th at Kingman, Arizona. Mrs. French Is very well known here, having taught In the Armstrong high school and was also principal of the high school for several years. They will live at 443 Orange Street, Long Beach, California, after Nov. 1st. Bridal Shower A miscellaneous shower was held Friday afternoon at the J. A. Halsman home. Mrs. Harold Hansen, the honored guest received many recipes and lovely gifts. Lunch was also served. Mr. and Mrs. Will Mathers visited Sunday afternoon at the Tankard Carlson home. John Sturm of Watertown, S. D., Is working at the John Sturm, Sr., home north of town. Many people from this vicinity attended the annual corn husking contest at Rlngsted Friday. Sarah Jane Mixell, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mixell, Is recuperating from a case of the mumps. Miss Mae Wels visited over the week end at the parental John Wets home. Miss Weis is a student in a Mankato, Minn., beauty school. Mr. and Mrs. .Tankard Carlson are new subscribers to this paper. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mixell visited Sunday at the home of Mrs. Mixell's parents, Rev. and Mrs. H. Howdeshell in Sioux City. Willard and Marie Irmlter visited at the home of their brother, Henry and wife near Rlngsted. Mr. and Mr*. John Metzjser of Algona. and Gordon Bollig. of Seneca, brother and sister of Mrs. Irmiter were also visitors there Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Salzwedel nnd daughter of Deerfleld, Wls., and Miss Laura Allen of Mllwnxikee. visited a few days at the C. J. Houseman and Wm. Brown homes here. They were enroute home from a month's trip to Oregon, and different parts on the west coast- The women are sisters of Mr?. Houseman and Mr. Brown. Jnko Gnrmnnn of Minneapolis is visiting his daughter, Mrs. Will Reding and family. Monica Fourage is assisting with the household duties at the Al- phonsc Berte home. There wns no school in St Joseph's parochial school Monday afternoon because the Sisters attended a meeting in Algona. Mr. und Mrs. Herman Plftth« tertnined relatives Saturday ninjf in their home, the occasion ing their wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding family and John Schumacher Wednesday evening visitors ftt Orville Wagners. Mr. SchumaeJrt is n brother of Mrs. Wagner. Read The Want Ads—It Pay*. Yes, If You Get What We Mean! St. Joe: Raymond Thilpes had-a i good break last week Tuesday eve- ' ning in conjunction with Sts. Peter and Paul's parish bazaar at the American Legion hall at West Bend. Henry Thllges is driving a new Ford V-8. Glass Auto Glass Replaced while you wait. We carry a complete stock of window glass Greenberg Auto Supply 36-tf EAR CORN WANTED Wo are equipped to handle trucks and elevate ear corn, det our prices before selling. We will take your ear corn at either Bode or West Bend. Davenport Elevator Company Phone 85 Bode, Iowa Phone 6 The Rev. Thoburn Spelcfier purchased a new Ford car last week. The Art Fandels visited Mr. Fnn- del's parents at Whittemore, Sunday. The Floyd Duncans were Sunday dinner guests at the Emil Person home. The W. W. Boettchers visited friends at Spring Valley, Minn., on Sunday. Zola Giddings returned Friday from Chicago, where she had been el prize. Those who attended were: Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Olsen and Harriet, Mr. and Mrs. Sigurd Olsen and Todd, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Petersen and Clarence, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Elmers, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lee and sons, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bollig and Kenneth and Donald, Mrs. Howard Richards, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Oftedahl, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Slagle, Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Merrill and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burt. Brother-in-law Die* T.Ir. and Mrs. Tom St. John and sons received word Thursday of last week of ihe dealh of Mrs. St. .lohn's broi:>er-in-law, W. H. Young of Deg Moiu2s, Wednesday evening in an auto hi.'-.ident near HuxK-y. Ti;.' St. Join;: i^ft Siirdny mrriung for Des Moir.ei whert they will ai- iei)il the funeral Mondity afternoon Ole Oftedahl did their chores during their absence. t Mr. and lira. Watte* visited Mr. 8or*n*en'« i Mallard, Sunday. The Ralph Carneys visited the Elmer Lees at Seneca and relatives at Rlngsted Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Leeper, Swea City, spent Sunday night at the Charles Olson home. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Irmcher, Coles- berg, called at the George Weasel home Friday afternoon. The L. E. Roetmans were week end guests at the home of Mr. Roetman's parents at Sanborn. Dale Kennedy and Lois Graham, Mason City, were week end visitors at the home of their parents. The Edwin Aliens and Harold Robas, Swea City, were Sunday supper guests at the G. C. Allen home. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Kollasch spent the week end with their daughters, Beada and Lorraine, in Des Moines. G. W. Bleich and L. E. Roetman attended a State Brand creamery meeting at Mason City Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Con Hanson and Mr. and Mrs. Reedstrom, Mankato, Minn., were Sunday visitors at the Wyot Stott home. The L. Hunsen visited Sunday at the Har- A Big Feast of Values - You'll Save Money Child's Long Hose Mary Schumacher is taking nurses' Mo. training in Kansas City, Mr. and Mrs. James Doocy and daughter. Madonna, were dinner gue«U at the parental F. E. Jensen home Mr. and Mrs. Sigurd Olsen and family spent the afternoon there. Mr. and Mrs. Jens Peterson and sons utended a silver wedding anniversary party for Mrs. Peterson's »UUr and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sorencen of Ringsted on Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. James O«nton and family of WUmar, Minn., spent the put week end at the Sheldon Merrill and Leslie Denton home*. Mr. Denton is a brother of Mrs. Merrill and Leslie Denton. Women's Winter Underwear Waffle Stitch Vests & Pants choice each 25c Part Wool Waffle Stitch Vests & Pants 49c For school and every day .wear. All Linen Bridge Sets White fleeced unions, Dutch neck, el- how sleeve, ankle or knee length Featuring two out- Double Blankets, Colorful Plaids Stepin models, two- way stretch elastic. Beacon Single Blankets, 70x80 inch Size 24x34 Imported cloths with napkins to match in beautiful color combinations. Five styles to choose from. Beacon Plaid Blankets, 72x84 inch ftfl% Wnol , BU/o WOOi Little Tots Dresses Tuck Stitch Pajamas $1 Lace Panels Rayon Crepe Gowns New Pastel Shades Short or long sleeve Novelty prints. Dres ses 1 to 3 years Smart new styles, 45 inches wide. Union Suits Children's Men—Look at these UNDERWEAR PRICES Ribbed Union Suits •*r#£ Rayon stripe union, short sleeve knee length, button drop Beat. 2 to 12 years "Killarney" Lace Scarfs Brassiere Top Silk Slips Long sleeve ankle length High quality, long wearing rayon rrepe. t'ut full gore— mncl front. Color —tea rose Zipper front—brushed wool fancy backs Mary Paulson Ecru color, dainty shades of tints. PART WOOL UNION SUITS Outing Flannels __ yard 14c High grade winter weight Heavy Printed Outings 22c FLEECED UNION SUITS Quality Prints Crepe Dress Fabrics yd 39c Bed Spreads, 84x105 _$1.98 were Sunday din- Men's sizes—V-neck —Zipper or button front New patterns, new colorings. 80 square New Maple Trim Aluminum Practical, watched designs Self measuring features Decidedly smart and modern Special—For Harvest Sale Flannel Shirts 98c Chatham Sheets The best at a lower price. 81x99 Department Stores Pillow Cases Cottage Sets House Slippers 1 49c Slippers 1.00 They also visited Boys' sizes—zipper front. 65% wool. To match Chatham sheets. 36x12. Leatherette — hard boles—rubber heels ...I ry Fain and Mrs. homes in Humboldt. The Woman's Home Missionary society will hold a three-plus-one luncheon in the church parlors next Saturday afternoon. A. C. Bernhard and Floyd Kocp- ke went to Monona Sunday, where Mr. Bernhard was called by the serious illness of his brother. The A. C. Bierstedta, Lakota, and Esther, Elmer and William Ostwald of Whittemore, ner guests at the E. C, home. The Leonard Schmidts, Bode, visited at the Paul Moore home Sunday. Mrs. Moore, who had been at the Schmidt home several weeks returned home with them. The Raymond Hobsons, Marcus, visited Sunday and Monday at the D. T. Hobson home. Hobsons, Lone Rock, were also Sunday guests at the Hobson home. Mr< and Mrs. Will Ringsdorf, the Donald Ringsdorfs, Richard and Iva Marie Brayton and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Boettcher were Sunday dinner guests at the Mrs. Tressie Rinsgdorf home. A group of ten I-adies' Aid members met with Mrs. W. E. Brace on Monday afternoon to make plans for the annual Methodist bazuur and dinner, which will be held on Nov. 11, in the church parlors. Mrs. Bertha Wallace accompanied her niece, Mrs. Will Stow and husband, Dolliver, to Thor, Saturday, where they visited Mrs. Wallace's brother, friends at Humboldt. iels stayed at the Carroll home dur ing Mrs. Wallace's absence. Mrs. Addle Seymour was in ota last week looking after her int- eraata in her farm south of town occupied by the John Later in the w«ek W. B. Ley took her to Blue Earth for a visit with the Robert Smiths.
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