The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 2, 1937 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 2, 1937
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Pee. 2,1987 ALL-DAY SESSION AT BURT CHURCH SFT FORSUNDAY i Day of Exploration Will Include Talks on All Benevolences Hurt: The Methodist church will observe what the church terms a day of exploration next Sunday, when the various benevolent enterprises of the church will be presented at an all day service. At the Sunday School hour Lurena Weasel will speak on "Hospital and Deac- onness Work" and Kenneth Graham will discuss "What the Church is Doing for World Peace." This will be followed by the regular preaching service. At noon a pot luck dinner will be served at which F. L. Ryerson will discuss Temperance Work. At the afternoon session the Foreign Missionary Work will be presented by a dramatic panel discussion, "Answers to Fair Questions" under the supervision of Mrs. L. E. Roetman. Raymond Nelson will have charge of a discussion of the Retired Ministers' Pension Fund. School Reopen* School reopened Monday after the Thanksgiving vacation, which was spent out of town by most of the teachers. Erna Baaiu spent her vacation at Milwaukee, Wls., Lenore Bollle at her home in Madrid. Leona Babe at Fairbanks, Marion Hoppe at Rock Island, HI. ,and Axel Anderson at Dike. I June* Holding Host James Holding entertained th following schoolmates at a party a his home Friday evening. Radefce, John Rash, Milton Me Bride, Donald Dremmel, Jame VSfolt*, Marilyn Boettcher, Ruth Rid die, Ruth Carter, Shirley Sevrick and Patricia Higgling. The Elmer KleniUs, Lakota, vis ltde Sunday at the O. C. Allen home Mrs. James Christiansen enter talned the Fortnightly chib las Friday afternoon. Wayne Wlckwlre, Algona, had his tonsils removed at Dr. Clapsaddle's office Monday morning. The B. C. Weisbrods, Fenton, and W. W. Boettcher spent Sunday at the Li. A. Boettcher home. The Charles Olsens returned on Sunday from a few days' visit with relatives at Milwaukee, Wis. C. W. and O. W. Patterson went to Chicago Sunday to attend the stock show being held there. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bowden and son, Wayne, Truman, Minn., spent Sunday at the Art Fandel home. Enos Wrede, who recently sold his grocery store here, is now employed at an A. & P. grocery in Mason City. The Jim Shlpler farm home is quarantined for scarlet fever, the wo oldest children being the patients. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Thaves and son, Bob, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Thaves visited relatives at Lakota ed his fifth birthday Tuesday afternoon by enteratlnlng a group of little friends at a party. Mrs. Lucinda Briggs, who had moved to Thor to be near her daughter a few weeks ago, moved back to her home here last week. The Cecil Godfredsons, Swea City, are moving In with F. O. Stow for the present while Cecil is working at the G. W. Patterson farm near Burt. Mrs. Emll Jarl returned to her home at Marcus last week Thursday after spending a week here at the home of her mother, Mrs. Trina Wlese. Mrs. M. L. Vinaas, Mrs. P. L. Dremmel and Mrs. Lois Trainer were dinner and supper guests t.t the W. H. Klamp hom e In Algona Saturday. The members of the board of Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Olson and daughter, Lyla and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Godden were Mason City visitors Monday. Lura Bewick returned to her school work at Forest City Sunday after spending the Thanksgiving vacation at home. Little Richard Thompson celebrat- Cottage Beauty Shop Holiday Specials PKRMANENTS STVLE PLUS M. PAID OIL DUART OIL REALISTIC NESTLE G-4 These prices Include Shampoo,Finger : Wave andHair~Cut Sftampoo and Finger Wave .... Oil Shampoo and Finger Wave Finger Wave Dried Finger Wave Wet A1X WO «K GUARANTEED EDNA GILMORE, Prop. .stewards o f the Methodist church and their wives were entertained at a party at the Carl Banting home Tuesday evening. Edwin Manus, who Is a member of an orchestra, with headquarters it Omaha, Neb., spent Thanksgiv- ng here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Manus. Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Stainbrook, ormerly of Kiester, Minn., have moved Into rooms at Mrs. C. W. Schryvers. Mr. Stainbrook is a arm bureau organizer. Mr. and Mrs. Verne Jensen, Alden, were week end guests at the Martin ^arsen home. The Laraens and their guests spent Sunday at th Art Larsen home at Corwith. Thanksgiving visitors at the J. G Sewick home were Mr. and Mrs Kenneth May, Pocahontas. and the J. T. and Robert Graham and Ray mond Housour families, Algona. Junior Hasse, who was taken to the University hospital several weeks ago when he was stricken with Infantile paralysis, has improved sufficiently to be taken to con valescent home. Mrs. P. F. Krlethe accompanied by Mrs. Al Staehle, took Eugenia | Krlethe back to Des Molnes Sunday I where she Is a student at Drake University. Mrs. Krlethe and Mrs Staehle returned Monday. Dr. and Mrs. M. I. Lichter moved into the Mrs. W. A. Mac Arthur house the first of the week. The H. E. Rachuts vacated the house Saturday, when they moved Into their new home, the former D. L. Godden home. Ben Stewart left Monday for LAURA NELSON, WESLEY, WEDS Bride of Lloyd 0. Brock man of Britt November 24th Wesley: Miss Laura Nelson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Nelson of Wesley, and Lloyd C. Brockman, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Brockman of Britt, were married at the bride's home In Wesley, Thanksgiving eve, Nov. 24, by the Rev. Arthur Bottom, local Methodist pastor. Their attendants were her sister, Amy and his brother, Donald of Bancroft The bride wore a tunlo effect style gown of navy blue crepe with metallic figures. She is a graduate of the Wesley high school and at the time was employed at the Wesley News-World, working both under W. W. Sturdlvant and D. J. Zerbe, editors. Later she has been employed at Britt as waitress in the Krispy shop. They will make their home In Britt where both are employed. Buffalo, N. Y., after spending a few weeks here with his father and other relatives. His brother, EM, and a friend accompanied him as far as Cedar Falls, where the boys attend school. G. W. Bleich, president of the Kossuth county farm bureau, began Monday on a campaign to secure farm bureau memberships In Hancock county. His headquarters are at Garner and he will be home only for week ends. Armstrong Teams Win, Lose in Tilts With Thompson, la. Armstrong: The Armstrong boys' and girls' basketball teams split a double header with Thompson here Nov. 25, Thanksgiving night In the last frame the Armstrong girls were very unsuccessful at shooting for the basket and Thompson won 31 to 15. The lineup was: Captain Lavon Mixell, Marie Irmlter, Evelyn Caboth, Shirley Peterson, Mavis Gangsted, Donna Miller, Marjorie Benton and Frances Horswell. The Armstrong girls received new gold satin trimmed with purple sweat jackets which they wore for the first time. In the second game of the evening the Armstrong boys squared things by defeating Thompson 18 to 13. In the third quarter Thompson netted 8 points to Armstrong's four and in the closing frame they made Dorothy Bunday, a student at Estherville junior college visited at the parental Robert Bunday home. Harold Mitchell, a student at a Mason City business college visited at the parental William Mitchell home north of town. August and John Halsman and Willard Irmiter left Friday morning for a week's visit with friends and relatives in Madison and Milwaukee and Chicago. Miss Thelma Hansen, a rural teacher near Cedar Falls is visiting at the parental A. N. Hansen home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hansen were also Thnnksgivlng day guests at the parental Hansen home. SEXTON NEWS a strong try for the lead, but failed 8 to 13. The Armstrong lineup included Orla Larson, Craig Irwin, Ted Wely, Jim Vlgdahl. Clyde Kckbart nd Wjayne Christenson. Mr. and Mrs. Evert Hodgin of Webb spent Thanksgiving and the week end with Mrs. Hodgin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven. Home for Holiday A large number of college students are spending the Thanksgiving vacation at their parental homes. The Misses Lorraine Johnson and Nellie and Mary Guerdet, students at the Mankato, Minn., commercial school are visiting from Wednesday until Sunday at the parental Joe Johnson and Anton Gurdett homes. J. E. McEnroe and sons, Lawrence and Hugh, went to Des Koines, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Strother Wise and children of Plymouth were Sunday guests of Mr. Wise's mother, Mrs. Sarah Wise. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sanders spent Thanksgiving day at the Henry Hawley home In Mason City, where a family dinner was given. Mrs. James Brophy, Mrs. B. E. Sanders and Mrs. A. L. Greenfield attended a shower,'honoring Mrs. Chester Smith last week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wise, Sexon and the Henry Phillips family, Algona were dinner guests Thanksgiving day of their mother, Mrs. Sarah Wise. . Mr. and Mrs. Dale Thompson and children spent Thanksgiving and the week end with relatives at Saunemin, HI. They returned home Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steven and children of Mapleton, Minn., spent Thanksgiving day with Lloyd's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven and with Mrs. Steven's mother, Mrs. Sarah Wise. Visitors at the Otto Neuman home Thanksgiving day were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ebert and Ernest Neuman, all of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Neuman and daughter. Fern of Algona and Mrs. Veda Hed- ' rick and Howard of Irvington. There were no preaching services here Sunday as the Rev. Arthur Bottom went to Randalia to attend the funeral of George Orbell killed Thanksgiving night in an auto accident near his home. He was coach at the Wesley high school here. Burt News Jerry Helgens, Algona, a former Burt resident, was burled in the Burt cemetery Sunday afternoon. The Rev. G. H. Weasel had charge of the funeral service, which was held at the home in Algona. Mrs, Sadie Schenck and daughter, Minneapolis, Mrs. Tlllie Hanna, Myrtle and Everett, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hanna, Lone Rock, and Mrs. Maude M. Hanna were entertained Saturday evening at the L. H. Schenck home. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Buell, who leave Wednesday for their annual winter sojourn at St, Petersburg, Fla., were supper guests Sunday evening at the A. H. Meinzer home and were dinner guests Tuesday at the C. C. Smiths. Mrs. Gertie Thompson and Mrs. Elizabeth Patterson were dinner guests Sunday at the Mrs, L. D. Hodgson home. Mi*. Thompson will leave soon to spend the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Earl Glr- ton, Sioux Falls, S. D. Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Fairbanks and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Grover and son, Harold, returned Sunday after visiting over Thanksgiving at the home of the Fairbanks' son, Grover and the Grovers' daughter, Mrs. Verald Smith, at Milwaukee, Wls. Mr. and Mrs. Richard O'Donnell returned Sunday from a week's honeymoon trip, which they apent In Kansas, Nebraska and Colorado. They are staying at present at the home of Mrs. O'Donnell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bieratedt The W. J. Lockwoods spent Thanksgiving at the home of Mr. Lockwood's parent* at Corwith. Mrs. Lockwood and the children went to Renwlck to spend the week end with her parents. Mr. Lockwood went after them Saturday and they returned home Sunday. Mrs. F. L. Pratt took her daughter, Marllda, back to her school at Runnells Sunday. Mrs. Lois Trainer, Philip, S. D., who is Visiting here acompanied them. Mm. Pratt and Mrs. Trainer visited friends In Des Molnea and Mrs. Pratt'a mother at Ellsworth and returned home Tues- Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Kruckenberg and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hemlng and son and Mrs. Hans Boernsen and son, May City, visited Sunday at the G. H. McMullen home. They are old friends of the MeMullens. On Friday E. N. McMullen, Greenville, visited at the McMullen home. G. H. and E. N. McMullen are brothers. W3«i«i«^^ Ideal Gifts for Christmas the 1938 PACEMAKER SPEED MODEL TYPEWRITERS CORONA All ready for the opening of school, or for all your writing jobs at home. A model for every purse. Handsome, sturdy, easy to operate. Come in and try one out today. GET UP NIGHTS? FLUSH KIDNEYS WITH Juniper oil, buchu leave*, etc. Hake this simple test If passage Is scanty, Irregular, smarts, or burns have frequent desire, get up nights or If kidneys are sluggish causing; backache. Use juniper oil, buchu leaves. etc., made Into little green tablets called Bukets to Hush the kidneys, just as you would use castor oil to Hush the bowels. Help nature eliminate troublesome waste and excess acids. Ask any druggist for the test box of Bukets. Locally at Lusby's, Algona. Demon t>rug Store, Tltonka. UNDERWOOD Portables, made by the largest typewriter firm in the world . . . new 3938 models here, touch control, streamlined for beauty, accuracy, and each ojle guaranteed. «,«>«e w , ' » p K a _• SEE THEM ON DISPLAY AT THE Algona Upper Des Moirtes I BUY NOW FOR CHRISTMAS DELIVERY DO YOUR SHOPPING EARLY Living Room Suites New Kroehler Suites. Best spring construction, wide selection of covers. You will find it easy to make your selection. 2-Piece Suites $55 and Up A Lasting Gift Any home can make smart use of any or many of the very fine pieces of furniture that we now have on our floors. Furniture is truly a lasting gift—one the whole family will enjoy. It will pay you to come in early. Our sales force will be glad to show you many different pieces and aid you in making your selection. BEDROOM SUITES In all the new finishes. Blond maple, bleached walnut, Colonial maple, and satin walnut. 3 - piece suites from $154135 Buy at Foster's and save. WE WILL GLADLY HOLD YOUR PURCHASE FOR CHRISTMAS EVE DELIVERY One of gift for these pieces would make a fine any member of the family. _„ DESKS H^ $8.75 to $38.50 iltt L cZ: g $16.50 to $45.00 Occasional Tables $2.00 to $10.75 *Mi GIVE FURNITURE »*M f ' ^ >. \ v y\] "*• •V '' "—— ^ •^ r ~~: -'-. *" If Smoking Stands $1.35 to $12.50 Occasional Chairs Fine assort- -•• ment of styles \ and covers $6.50 and Up Simmons Studio Couch base, inner spring cushion. fan be used a» twin or double bed. $29. SO GIVE HER A LANE HOPE CHEST FOSTER'S FURNITURE CO. Algona, la. FUE M8TH lljm«£ MUM 1NUUBEPI A modified modern chest. The convex mouldings on th« top and base are cross-banded with Oriental wood. Oriental wood is also uaed to border each end of the front- Equipped with Lane's patented automatic tray $16.75 TO $37JO

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