The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 28, 1937 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 28, 1937
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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, Oct. 28,1937 130GUESTSAT LONE ROCK IN 2-DAY SESSION Four Communities Send Delegates To Meeting of Mite Society Lone Rock: The Ladies' Mite society entertained at gueet days last Wednesday and Thursday. Around 130 attended. Towns represented were Hurt, Fenton, Good Hope community and Seneca. The following program was given: song by the audience, scripture reading and prayer by the Rev. T. D. Arends, welcome by Mrs. Will Chrlstenson, trumpet solo by Ruth Ellen Householder, vocal solo by Ruth Kraft, vocal selections by Joyce and Doris Marlow, Ruth Ellen Householder, Ruth Kraft, end Eula Mae Sharp/ musical reading by Joyce Marlow and Eula Mae Sharp, reading by Phyllis Hawks, vocal solo by Mrs. W. Flaig, read- Ing, Wilma Marlow, piano duet by Doris Mae Blanchard and Jean Arends, piano solo, Mary Ann Flaig, song by the audience. Clam Play Friday The junior class play, "The Haunted Castle" Will be presented this week Friday night at the high school auditorium. The Merle Culbertsons spent Sunday at the Edw. Kueckers, Lotts Creek. The Fred Wcgners were Sunday dinner guests at the W, J. Sigsbees, Algona. The H. A. Wieners had the Henry Schroeders as Sunday dinner guests. Mildred Laabs spent the week cKeozcK&z&c^^ is the rate now being paid on Farm Loans by borrowers having Federal Land Bank loans through The ALGONA NATIONAL FARM LOAN ASS'N Long Term "Government Loans" free yo\i from the fear of having to renew in "hard times." SEE US NOW ABOUT THESE LOANS. NO COST TO INQUIRE. GLAD TO HAVE YOU Have your appraisals made before snow flics. Now is the time to make applications for loans to be closed by January or March, 3938. Algona National Farm Loan Association H. D. HUTCHINS, Secretary-Treasurer Over Barry's Algona, la. y&aoas&aeix^^ end at the Joe Koestler home, near Bancroft. Phoebe Morgan, Sheldon, spent the week end at the Charles Dittmer home. The Edwin Johnsons, Graettinger were Sunday guests at the Jim Ackermans. The M. O. Richards family were Sunday guests of Mrs. Elza Richards, Algona. The Everett Richardsons, Algona, were Sunday dinner guests at the Ora Hurlburts. The Robert Murrays, Spencer, spent last Wednesday night at the Charles Bierles. Calvin Householder, Fort Dodge, spent a few days last week here with his family. The Emil Krafts and Gust Kraft were Sunday guests at the Fred Kulows, Seneca. Harry Rahn, Dodge Center. Minn.. spent Friday night and Saturday here/on business. The Henry Kuecks, Good Hope, spent Sunday afternoon at the Walter Thompsons. Kathryn Stebritz spent from last Wednesday until Sunday with her mother in Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Person were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Nyman. The .Harry Jacobsons, Minnesota Lake, Minn., spent last Wednesday at the I. W. Nelsons. The Glen Kettlesons, spent Saturday night and Sunday at the D. W. Furnaus. "Donald Bierstedt spent the week end with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sigsbee, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. William Nelson spent Sunday afternoon at the Alton Hurlburts, Whittemore. Mrs. Martha Rath and son, Lawrence were Sunday dinner guests at the Harvey Raths, LuVerne. The Rev. T. D. Arends, pastor of the local church, preached services at Rlngsted, Sunday evening. The Merwin Marlows spent Saturday night and Sunday at the Frank Collins home, Livermore. Mrs. R. H. Hawcott spent from Tuesday until Thursday with relatives at Lynd and Amiret, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Macumber, Algona, spent Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Macum- LEO WALTERS WED 9 YEARS Whittemore Couples Meet Sunday, Enjoy Social Good Time ber. Theo. Krueger and duaghter, Elma were Sunday dinner and supper guests at the J. A. Schneiders, Bancroft. Robert Gladstone, student at Dubuque University spent the week end at the parental Rev. S. M. Glad- stones. Brownell's Specials In Finest Footwear For Fall Whittemore: Sunday dinner guests at the Leo Walters home in honor of their ninth wedding anniversary and in honor of Mrs. Bert Fuchsen''s birthday, were Mr. and Mrs. Bert Fuchsen and Mildred and Orville of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Elbert, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Vaughn, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Elbert and son. Otto, and Mrs. Helen Walters of here and Editor and Mrs. Louis Elbert of Pocahontas. Guests at Doyles Sunday guests at the Connie Doyle home were Mr. and Mrs. John Collins, Mr. and Mrs. John Gilligan of Clare, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Plarken of Gllmore City, Mrs. Lawrence Bemerick of Pioneer, Mrs. Kate Gilligan and son, Newt Ryan of Toloma, 111., Miss Catherine Ellson and Tom Culligan of , Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Kensett,lDoyle and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Elbert of here. Mrs. Jack Johnson of Rolfe visited with relatives here, Sunday, Mrs. J. S. Cullen visited with friends at Emmetsburg, Thursday Mrs. Mike Thill of here was taken to Iowa City Monday for a major operation. Rosella Voigt of Algona spent th week end with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Herman Voigt. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Carmody visite< with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Carmody Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Coon and Bonnie Hubler of Algona were th' guests of Mrs. Tom Weir, Wednes day. Bernice Ludwig of West Ben spent the week end with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lud wig. Mrs. J. S. Cullen is spending few days this week at the home o her son and family, M. K. Cullen a Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sullivan and family of Ledyard visited with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Felder, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer and daughters, Vcrda and Helen, were Sunday dinner guests at the Erwin Bruhn home at Fairvillc. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bell and daughters, Betty and Clarice of Blue Earth, Minn., visited at the Dicdrich Cordcs home, Sunday. Junior Play At Armstrong, Nov. 1 Armstrong: The junior class play, "Mrs. Tubbs of ShantytowrV', a three act comedy is to be presented Monday evening. Nov. 1st at eight o'clock at the high school auditorium. Everyone is invited. Party for SeRjors The senior boys enjoyed a party at the Jens Weiby home Friday evening. The evening was spent playing different games and lunch as served afterwards. Those at- mcilng were: Jimmy Vigdahl, W. Christensen, Faye Moore, LeRoy an, Bill Whitlow and Craig rwin. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Irmiter vis- ed Sunday afternoon at the Al luerdet home, John Schmidt is recuperating rom an appendicitis operation at he parental «enry Schmidt home. Harold Mitchell of Mason City ural school near Graettinger, spent he week end at the Herb Wolfe ome. Miss Ethel Wolfe, who teaches a isited Friday evening and Satur- lay morning at the parental Wm Mitchell home. Sunday and Mr* Grimes accompanied him lram-\ Mr. and Mrs. Conrntl Ails. Mr. ami ifrs. Peter Fuchsen. Mr. and Mrs. S. Elbrrt, and Mrp Margaret 31bert dro\ - e to Weslry Sunday to lelp Mr. and Mrs. L/eo Wnldsrhmidt celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Rwalt Zrtlnu of lere are parents of an eight pound ?lrl born to them Pundny at the kossuth hospital nt Alporm. The baby wns named Marilyn Yvonne. Mrs. Zetlau wns formerly Eunice L.udwig of West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Meyer and son, Roland of here, accompanied jy Mrs. Meyer's mother. Mrs. Albert Bchnke of Excelsior Spring, Mo., drove to Webster City. Sunday to visit at the Frank HehnUo lome. Mrs. Behnkc will st.iy nt the liome of her son. Frank for :) few weeks before going bark to Mo. FARMERS Wo nro in the market at all times with top prices fuv EAR CORN, SHELLED CORN, SOY BEANS, BARLEY, OATS Farmers Elevator Company Pimm-:U»F1 K. L. Krid.Mgv. IMwtou There Is No Substitute for a Farmers Elevator 42-43-44 Mrs. Emma Hilbert and the Roman Elsenbacher family of here and the Norbert Hilbert family of Wesley visited at the Arnold Hilbert lome at Fostoria, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Benschoter drove to LuVerne Sunday to visit with relatives. Their son, Leon, returned home with them after having visited with relatives there last week. Mrs. Ben Grimes of Manson came Thursday for a few days' visit with her brother. Prof. F. J. Rochford and family. Mr. Grimes came on ROYAL BLUE For the balance of October and November we will have special prices on all discontinued styles in our stock. All sizes, but not all sizes in every style. OUR PLEDGE A fine selection of good footwear at Prices within the reach of any pockctbook. 1.98 Odd pairs of women's pumps and ties in black, brown and green. Values to $5.00 1.98 2.45 Better styles .and a. more complete size range. Values to $6.00 2.45 4.95 Discontinued pattems in Air-Step Slices for women Reduced To 4.95 Galoshes and Rubbers Get yours now while we have a complete stock 98c, 1.25, 1.75 Hosiery lit - IMIII •MfcHOMI CLAUSSNER Kleer Sheer exquisite Hosiery in all the popular shades 69c, 89c, 1.00 Colored Heels $1.15 Tinting Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer went to Rochester last Wednesday where Mrs. Dittmer entered the hospital. The G. O. McFarlands and Mr and Mrs. Cecil Long, Burt, were Sunday evening guests at the W F. Faulatlchfl. Eugene Blanchard, student at business college in Mason City spent the week end nt the parental J. M. Blanchards. June Bierle, who teaches near Rock Rapids and Almu Bowers, of ROYAL BLUE That Famous Jellico Coa Sold Exclusively at NAUDAIN'S Phone 212-793-J KEEP WARM THIS WINTER WITH INSULATION BUT BE SURE ITS Capitol Granulated Blown Rock Wool The walls and roof of an uninsulated houso are a sclre, scientists say. That's why yon find it almost impossible to keep rooms warm and comfortable. The only known effective cure Is to insulate. Capitol Kork Wool when BLOWN Into attic and wall space magnifies Itself to put thousands of dead-air cells between your rooms and cold. Capitol Rock Wool when BLOWN creates uniform temperatures upstairs and down and eliminates drafts. And It saves 20 per cent to 40 per cent in fuel eost. By our patented BLOWING method any type of existing house can be Insulated. Write or phone, or call at our hew insulation, paint, and wnll paper store today. Cowan Building Supply Co. COMPLETE EQUIPMENT FOIl BLOWING HOCK WOOL PHONE 275 ALGONA We tint or dye fabric shoes any color or shade. Colors—$1 pair Black, 50c pair Brownell's Guarantee of Satisfaction For many years this store has been "The Shots Store of Kossuth County." It is our policy to sell only quality merchandise. Our sales force wUl really fit the shoe to your foot, and the prices in the ad are only a sample of our many good buys in shoes and hosiery. Brownell Shoe Co. SHOES Algona, Iowa HOS1EKY Rock Rapids, spent the week end at the Charles Bierles. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jensen and Mrs. Maude Jensen, Seneca, spent last Wednesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. Carol Wells, Blue I Earth, Minn., who were married Oct. 12, spent a week ago Friday at the A. P. and Lawrence New- broughs. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Newbrough, W. J. Reynolds and the Lawrence Newbroughs were Sunday dinner guests at the Edward Blanchard's, Irvington. Rev. S. M. Gladstone accompanied the Rev. O. H. Frerking and son, Lakota, to the homecoming football game of Buena Vista College at Storm Lake, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Florence Michel- ke and daughter and Mrs. Peter Brendt of Granada, and Thelma Brendt, Fairmont were Sunday guests at the Russell Sharps. Mrs. Tlllie Hanna and daughter, Myrtle, drove to Story City, Sunday, where they attended the 28th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Bickelhuupt. They returned home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan McLaughlin spent from last Wednesday until Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Goetsch, Henwick. The Otis Sanders family drove there Sunday and the McLaughlins returned hure with them. The M. O. Richards family attended the marriage of Letlm Bilsborough and Ray Webb at the Congregational parsonage ut Algona last Friday afternoon. The Bils- boroughs were former Lone Roek residents. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Sorenson of Sisters, Oregon, who have been visiting relatives at Algona and Burt, came Monday to the Will Chrisen- sens. Mr. Christensen is a cousin of Mr. Sorensen. They were enroute to the Atlantic coast and also Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morris met their daughter, Veru, wHo teaches at Gowrie, at Fort Dodge Saturday, tinU all visited witli Mrs. Fletcher Moore, a former classmate of Vera. Mr. anil Mrs. Morris spent Sunday afternoon with the A. F. Kruegers, Kuirmont. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Burtis and daughter, Nila and Esther Wct/ell, nil of Algona, spent Sunday afternoon ut the W. C. Hi'itcrs. Other cullers were Mrs. Lilliu Thompson and daughter, Neva. The Monroe Heiters, Livermore, were dinner guests there. Tne I. W. Nelsons accompanied by Mrs. H. J. Bacon, Algona, spent Sunday afternoon at the Eugene Hoflus home, Oltosen. Eugenia Mae and Mary Jan* Holius returned with the Nelsons for a visit until Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton were alao afternoon callers there. Verne Duckeri and Mrs. Myrle Milligan and two children, Iowa City, came Saturday to the Frank Dackcus. Mrs. Milligan also visited at the S. M. Gladstones. Rev. and Mrri. Gladstone, Mrs. Milligan and children and Mrs. A. A. Krueger and daughter, Janet, were Sun- Jay dinner guests at the Styling 01 different of II It beautiful, (or (hit bigger- looking, better-looking low- priced car. 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