The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 21, 1937 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 21, 1937
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The Algona, Upper Pes Moines, Algona, Iowa, Oct. 21,1938 «INCHES SNOW INS.LKOSSUrH <torwith-Fairview Area Delayed in Work of Corn Picking Corwith-Falrvlew: Corn picking has been greatly delayed by the -snow and rain that hag fallen during the past several days. It la estimated that the Corwtth. vicinity received approximately six tnch- •w of snow besides a two day ram. The snow was very heavy and wet, and, yards were well strewn with fall tree branches broken bjr, the -weight of the snow. New Com Pickers Among'those who have purchased new eorn pickers are John H. O*l«y, Claude Bogard, Harry Mewes and Oarfield Gouge. Mrs. Walter Nail spent several days in the hospital at Mason City last week, where she received treatments. Mrs. FannU Barracks and Mrs. Evans Wllhlte and baby son spent Friday at th* home of Mrs. Wilhite's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Cook, near Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Maaterson were Sunday dinner guests at the home of their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Evans. Miss Roberta Masterson, John Evans, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marr were callers at the Evans home on Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Falrfield Dean entertained the following for dinner last Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. l>. H. Dean and Mrs. J. W. Tllton of Waterloo, Carl Kannenberg and family and Mrs. Edward Kannenoerg of Goldfleld and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dean of Corwlth. Vont 3* u\ . . . News Items of Wesley Vicinity To Undergo Operation group of ten friends and relatives j. *. _ &__i......iijh_Aj»>M k«*Ual •nmftroi* I Can't Afford to Insulate My Home" ZONOLITE Brings the Comfort and Economy of Inflation WHhin flra Reach of Every Home Owner N o LONGER need you feel that insulation is Another one of those things that will fust have to wait. You can afford to insulate now! You can afford Zonolite—the finest insulation money can buy— because you can install it in the attic yourself! Inexpensive? Certainly . : . and simple. A few bags of Zonolite each week (no need to buy them all at once unless you wish), a few hours of your time, and the job is done. Your lumber dealer is the man to see. Let him explain how easy Zonolite is to handle : . . how clean and safe. He'll tell you why Zonolite adds so much to your comfort—winter and summer— and subtracts so much from your fuel bilL Start ZONOLITING your home RIGHT NOW. Word has been received here by >oodnow and Glddings relatives 'rom the hospital at Iowa City that Mrs. Eli Goodnow who was taken to the hospital there last Wednesday has been undergoing a series of examinations and treatments in preparation for an operation which will be performed as soon as her physical strength has been built up. M. E. Fall Bazaar The annual fall bazaar held by the Methodist Ladies' Aid is scheduled to be held this week Saturday evening at the church basement, Oct. 23. The supper with chicken and all the trimmings will be ready for serving at 5:30 o'clock. Guy M. Butts drove to Rochester, Minn., Monday on business. Mrs. Irene Studer underwent a tonsllectomy at the General hospital In Algona Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Benton enjoyed a visit over the week end from her sister, Miss Steil of Algona. Miss Nina Mae Wagner, student at Mason City, spent the past week end here with her grandparents, the Ben F. Felts. Miss Leona Seimer is being employed at the Mrs. Julius Kunz home this week during Mrs. Kunz's vacation spent in Milwaukee. Mrs. Wallace Benton was taken to the General hospital in Algona Saturday morning, where she is being treated for anemia, from which' she is critically ill. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lolling and son, Urban, have returned from Freeport, 111., to where they went to visit some of her relatives and her parents who live there. Alt Hildman, son of Mrs. John Hildman of Des Moines, spent the week end here with his mother. He s enrolled as a business student at he A. I. B. college at Des Moines. Dr. Alson Braley and son, Alson Deming, Jr., and her mother, Mrs. W. H. Deming, returned to their home in Iowa City the latter part of ast week following a visit here at Dr. Braley's parental home. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Young re- iurned home Thursday night from Indiana, where they spent two weeks visiting relatives and former friends. Ida Young, employed n Mason City, spent the week end here with her folks. Julius Kunz and son, Julius, Jr., student at Iowa City, spent from Saturday until Sunday here at the Kunz home. With them came Miss Evelyn Schlnbler of the Federal Surety Company at Bavenport, who was a house guest at the Kunz home during their stay at home. Mrs. K. J. Fox entertained a at a miscellaneous bridal shower honoring their new daughter-in- law, wife of DeLoss Fox of Mason City, Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Fox was assisted by Mrs. Tittle Loebig in serving lunch to the guests. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pfeffer and family drove up from Des Moines on Saturday to spend the week end here with Dr. and Mrs. Pfeffer and Infant son. The baby was brought to holy baptism. Sunday and received the name of John Robert with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pfeffer as sponsors. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jacobs and daughter, June and the Lionel Clapsaddles of Corwlth spent Sunday evening at the home of Mrs. Tillle Loebig. Robert Opedal, who had spent the past week husking corn at the Clapsaddle farm, returned to his mother's home to continue his school work. The woman missionary who gave a talk at the Congregational church Sunday morning, was entertained the remainder of the day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Paulson, who that evening took her on to the Upper Flat church to fill a speaking engagement She is home on a furlough from missionary duties in Africa. Little Gloria Simpson celebrated Elect New Swea City PTA Officers At Oct. Meeting Swea City: Officers to fill vacancies in the Parent Teachers association were elected at the October meeting as follows: Rev. R. C. Swanson, president; Mrs. R. P. Bronleewe, vice president; Mrs. Emil Larson, secretary and treasurer. A canvas for members is under way. Buys Beauty Shop Isabel Tobtn purchased the Nifty beauty shop from June Thomson last Monday. Two New Arrival* A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lester Knudson Oct. 12. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Don Funderburk Oct. 11. Edward Rich families, Mr. and Mrs. John Rich, Mrs. Edith Rich. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lindeman. Al- jona; Marjorie Draytori, the John Janin family and Mrs. Phil Baker. Lunch was served. Pip Union District No. 7 school will lold a pie and ice cream social and a Hallowe'en program Thursday evening. Oct. 28th. The public ia nvited. Catherine Schulz is the teacher. AIL-MINERAL LIGHTWEIGHT FIREPROOF PERMANENT ROTPROOF VERMINPROOF Botsford Lumber Co. Phone 256 Jim Pool her first birthday anniversary Friday and that afternoon Mrs. Carson Simpson, her mother, entertained Violet Simpson, Mrs. Tony Pearson, Mrs. Arthur Larson and James, Mrs. Milton Giddings and son, Wayne at a birthday party. Mrs. Pearson brought the birthday cake which was graced by one candle. Mrs. P. J. Haverly and son, Moran drove up from their home at Oel- weln, Monday, to spend the day here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Felt They also spent a day this week at Omaha visiting Donnajean Haverly who is enrolled as a student nurse there. Moran is home on a ten days' furlough from the navy, having been stationed on the west coast. Dr. and Mrs. R. K. Richardson entertained 12 osteopaths and their wives and a few attendants at a gathering in their home Monday evening. The group hold monthly meetings, and Monday night the guest speakers were Dr. B. A. Richardson and his wife. Dr. _Lois Richardson of Austin, Minn., Dr. B. A. being a brother of our local R. K. Richardson. 8 IJ>. Daughter An 8 pound daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Broesder last week Wednesday. She has been named Laura Loretta. Gus Anderson, ploneeV farmer in Grant township is seriously ill at his home. Two cases of mumps were reported in the fifth grade of the schools here Monday. The Harvest Home festival of the Winnebago Baptist Home will be held Oct. 22. Miss Dakota Haglund of Sioux Falls is visiting this week at the L. O. McNeil home. Gail Kessler of Minneapolis spent the week end with his parents, Mr and Mrs. Chas. Kessler. The Full Gospel Mission here has chosen Carl O. Johnson of Friend, Neb., as their new pastor. The Swea City W. C. T. U. is one of seven in the state to have won the Gold Star award in the centenary drive. Tenants on farms owned by the Metropolitan Life Insurance company have been required to plant a certain acreage of wheat this fall. Mr. and Mrs. Walter McCrary drove to St. Paul last Saturday. Miss Opal McCrary. assistant supervisor, at Midway hospital, returned with them for a short visit. Mr. and Mrs. Merle McAninch and son, Maurice, together with Miss Lois Link, came up from Rolfe last Sunday to visit at the Ervin Link home. Mrs. McAninch is a sister of Mr. Link. The Wm., Draytons are displaying a new 1937 Chevrolet. Wm. Rich. Robert Ward and Bob's father went to Sioux City last week and bought feeder sheep. Mrs. Jerome Eisenbarth and infant daughter came home from the Kossuth hospital a week ago last Friday. Mrs. Mike Elbert spent part ol last week with her mother and Delores, Mike's sister, kept house for him. The Union District No. 7, P. T A., held its first meeting of the new year at the John Sahtn home last Friday night. Read The Want Ads—It Pays AUCTION 40 USED CARS 40 Held at Ford Oarage, Enunetsburg (Saturday, Oct. 23, 1:00 P. M. rain or shine Buy at your own price. The hipgest auto event of the se« We must reduce our used car stock in order to take care of the 1 models which will soon be here. 5 —193ft Ford* 2—1384 Fords 1—1933 Chnvrolo* ?—1980 Chovrolots 4—1929 Chpvroleta 1—1930 Chrysler Roadst I—1932 Nash Coupe » -1032 Model B Ford 1—198* Ford truck, L.WB Dnftt* 1—1984 Dodge truck, CW 2—1929 Chevrolet Trnrtai, 8WB 1—1929 Ford Pun*! Delivery 2—1928 Chevrolet* 1—1929 Oakland Contra 2—1929 Chevrolet Roadster* 1—I9S7 Ford Pick-up 7000 mile* 12 more ear* SPECIAL—One Now 1!>:V7 Ford "<>0" Tudor will be auctioned. PIPER MOTOR COMPANY Enun-etsburp, Iowa Guests at the Clifford Applegate and Harold Olson homes Saturday were Mrs. Jesse Gunderson and daughter, Mrs, Mary Anderson and Mrs. Graoe Gunderson and sons, Robert and Charles of Highmore, S. D., and Mrs. George Albertson and daughter, Anna May of Forest City. Mrs. Roy Huber and son, Kenneth of Buffalo Center, spent the put w»*lc at th» bom* of b*r parent*. Mn and Mr*. Hugh Gordon. On Sunday, Mr. Huber and his mother, Mrs. John Huber, spent the day with relatives here, and Mrs. Huber and son returned home with them. Swea City Guild Guest Day, Friday Swea City: The Ladies' Guild will hold is annual Guest Day, Friday afternoon at the Guild hall. Ladies from the Algona, Estherville and Bancroft Baptist churches and also those from all Swea City churches have been asked as guests. The following program will be presented: devotional, Mrs. Bronleewe; vocal solo, Florence Alberts; welcome, Mrs. John Arthur Erlckson; address, "Women in Christian Service," Mrs. Sodergren; xylophone solo, Arlette Skromme. Visits at fentou ?*v6h-»vT^ Fenton? Mrs. latt wwk ItoMday *venln* train Cedar Falls for a two weeks visit with her son. Dr. J. A. Mueller and family before leaving for an Indefinite visit with her daughter, Mrs. M. T. Muzzy at Carbondale, 111. 4 Corners Club Protest Opening Season Pheasants Four Corners: The Four Comers Mothers and Daughters club met last week Thursday with Mrs. Rose Sabln - ,, . u ,. A paper "Christopher Columbus" was read by Mrs. Clara Drayton. A vocal solo was given by Mrs. Lucille Rich, playing her own guitar accompaniment. Reports were given by several members on the county federation meeting at Burt. A petition was circulated and signed by all members as a protest to having an open pheasant season this fall. Lunch was served by the hostess. 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