The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 9, 1937 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 9, 1937
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Bee. 9,1937 Moire Dinner Gown with hour glass waist ISO GUESTS AT STJOE PARTY Mrs. Paul Erpelding, Richard Thul Winners of 500 Awards St. Joe: Mrs. Cap Kohlhaas and ^ f T, ere ln char se of the card party Sunday evening In St Joseph's hall. Lunch was served to 150 guests. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Paul Erpelding and Rlclard Thul In five hundred and Math Frlders and Mike Altman received the bridge prl*e». Laurine Berger received the door prize. Mrs. Mary Lentsch wa* quite sick over the week end. Math Bormann is spending this week at the Nick Flsch home. George Thul Is driving a new Chevrolet purchased last week. Mrs. Peter Schmidt Is enjoying a visit from her cousin from Minnesota. Mrs. Lucy Wagner Is visiting at the Nick Reding home near Whlt- temore. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Benge of near Bradgate were Sunday afternoon visitors at'the WilHajn Hammer home. Numetal Weather Strips Keep out cold, drafts, snow, rain. Soon pay for themselves in the fuel saved. 'Easily installed without removing windows or doors. Not a coil strip—but highly tempered spring metal. Permanent, effective and economical. See the Numetal Demonstration Model in our store. • ; Botsford Lumber Company Phone 256 Jim Pool Wesley Woirten Band Into New Culbertsonites Wesley: A new bridge club was formed last week when a group of young folks In the community neld their initial meeting at the Ignatz Elsenbacher home. The members are Mrs. Joe Nickey, the Misses Mabel and Helen Kent, Leona and Frances Seimer, Lucille and Cecelia Elsenbacher, Mabel Stage, Dorothy Shannahan, Agnes Boyer, Geslna Schutter and Lorraine Johnson. Miss Johnson won both high score prize and travel prize Tuesday night at the Eisenbacher home. Was Club Hostess Mrs. Lawrence Hanson was the hostess to her embroidery club last Thursday afternoon and besides the regular members present, Miss Helen Kent, Miss Kathryn Wolf and Mrs. H. D. Emory were guests. Out of town members present were Mrs. Mae Harris and Mrs. Homer Anderson of Algona and Mrs. Rose Bonacker of Titonka. • The group meet once a month, have their sewing and visiting hours and then enjoy lunch together. Taken Seriously 111 Mrs. Don Meleney of Brlt.t, the daughter of the A. L. Kleinpeters here, was taken critically ill one day last week in her home at Brltt and was rushed to the Mercy hospital in Mason City for examination and treatment. The Meleneys have a four weeks' old son, besides two older children. Clarence DeBoer of Des Moines spent the week end here with his parents, the Claus DeBoers. Miss Martha Haynes is being employed at the Henry Furst home in Algona until after the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Tom McMahon were entertained Sunday for dinner at the home of Supt. and Mrs. E. D. Ravlln. Eleanor and Paul Johnson of Mason City spent the week end with their parents, the David Johnsons, south of town. The four circles of the Methodist Ladies' Aid are meeting in four different homes next week Wednesday afternoon, Dec. 15th. Vee Mullin has been critically ill the past week with pneumonia. Theron Hanson has been substituting on the rural route for Mr. Mull- In. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Elsenbarth and children of Morgan, Minn., spent the week end here with her folks, Mrs. Katherine Hlldman and other relatives. Several friends from Wesley attended a bridal shower for the former Mildred Kaln at the Kaln home near Algona last Wednesday afternoon. The young people of the Congregational church are making an effort to buy a piano for use In their church and expect to have one for use before the holiday season. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bauer entertained six couples at supper in their home Sunday night. The Geo. Aldriches entertained a similar group at a similar function Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Anderson and two children', Bob and Geraldine, of Windom, Minn., spent several days last week visiting their former friends and neighbors in the Doan vicinity and attended the farm sale of the George Hansons. Carl Llndstrom and Paul Friberg took the latter's brother, Charles Friberg to Minneapolis Thursday following a week's visit here with Paul and other friends. Charles is contemplating a trip to Sweden and is expecting to leave in the very near future. A miscellaneous bridal shower was given Sunday afternoon at the home of the N. C. Nelsons honoring their daughter, Laura, who was recently married to Lloyd Brockman of Brltt The bride received many pretty and useful gifts for tier home and the guests ail enjoyed lunch later. Mrs. Milton Giddings entertained the Foreign Missionary society in her home Friday afternoon and besides the regular members, several guests were present Mrs. John Mullins had the lesson and Mrs. Giddings led- in devotions. The group are beginnnig a new project, that of memorizing a group of hymns. 2 Seneca Teams Lose at Bancroft; Lone Rock Next Seneca: The Seneca high school boys' basketball teams m<>t t»»e St. John's (Bancroft) high school boys at Sennca, Friday evening. The Seneca boys' second team was defeated by a score of 15 to 9. Their score at the half was 2 to 0. The Seneca boys' first team wns also defeated In a fast close and hrilllng game by the score of 19 :o 21. The Seneca high school boys' team has been defeated only once in four games. Both girls and boys teams will meet the Lone Rock earns at Seneca Friday evening, Dec. 10. Gifts for Christmas Beautiful, Lasting Gifts for all members of the family. Below we are listing some of the many things that can be had here— , DUTCH OVEN RANGES—MORTON WASHERS—OIL BURNING STOVES Air Rifles .22 Calibre Rifles Shot Guns Flash Lights Pen Lights Pocket Spotlights Battery Lanterns Buddy Lamps Shoe Skates Clamp-on Skates Roller Skates Skeeter Skate Scooters Hockey Clubs Tricycles Coaster Wagons Baby Strollers Sleds Fishing Rods x Fishing Reels Baits—all kinds Tackle Boxes Juvenile Automobiles Pocket Knives Hunting Knives Scout Knives Hammers Levels Pyrex Ware Elec. Heating Pads Electric Mixers Elec. Vacuum Cleaners Vacuum Bottles Seal Sac Covers Shears Scissors Watches Wrist Watches Electric Ironers Kitchen Stools Boasters Enamel Ware Safety Eazors Electric Clocks Saws Planes Automatic Screw Drivers Automatic Drills and many other tools Electric Percolators Electric Waffle Irons Electric Toasters Eletric Hot Plates Electric Corn Poppers Electric Irons Eletric Sandwich Toasters Aluminum Ware Stainless Steel Ware and many other articles Nelson Hardware Wesley Folks Take St. Benedict Party Prizes at Cards St. Benedict: The card party a the parish hall was fairly well at tended. Bridge prizes were award ed to Mrs. E. D. Ravlin, Wesley and Thomas McMahon, Wesley, ant in five hundred, Mrs. Nick Arndorf er and Vernon Daley. Door prize went to Mrs. Tony Hildman of Wes ley. » The Modern Mixer club heM a ihower for Mrs. Jens Peterson at her home Friday evening t Ruth Fesler of near Depew spent he past week end at the home of ler sister, Mrs. Elmer Lee and amlly. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Grocn and daughter, Mary Ann of Wilmnr, Jinn., are spending several days at he Sheldon Merrill home. The adles are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Eckart and children of Mallard were supper quests at the Irvln Classon home Saturday. They spent the evening at the Curtis Olsen home. The adies are sisters. Lotts Creek Infant Baptized Sunday Lotts Creek: Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Zumach had their baby girl bap- Ized Sunday In the Imanuel Lutheran church. They named her Donna Jean. The sponsors were ,eona Dreyer and Art Zumach. Aid Meets Friday The Lotts Creek Ladies' Aid will meet Friday afternoon, Dec. 10, in :he school basement with Mrs. Aug. Pijahn hostess. The Aid will hold an election of new officers. Miss Rita Arend spent Sunday afternoon with Delores Arndorfer Miss Verna Eichen was a gues of Louisa Huschka Sunday after noon and evening. Leo Immerfall, Algona, called on his parents, Sunday afternoon, th Phillip Immerfalls. Miss McMahon, Algona, sister o Mrs. Glen Wood, is spending severa days here with her. Frank Grandgennett and Alber Simons of Rolfe visited here and attended the card party hart, Mrs. J. O. Downs took U»Sl»ter of the parish on a shopping tou at Algona Saturday afternoon. The Recker children from Alta Vista, visited over Sunday at the home of their parents, the Ben Reckers. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hood were called to Fort Dodge Sunday" afternoon on account of the serious illness of an uncle. Mrs. Jack Ludwig and Mrs. Dan Froehllch will be hostess at the Auxiliary meeting ut Corwith Tuesday night, Dec. 7. There was a large group of Wesley folks who attended the card party Sunday night, which is very much appreciated. Henry Grandgennett, who is employed at the Leo Arndorfers. Bancroft, was home over Sunday at the John Grandgennetts. Mrs, Ben Dorr and sons, Francis and Dennis called on the John Preushels and to see the new son, Donald, Sunday afternqon. Ruth Froehlleh, daughter of the Dan Froehllchs stumbled while playing about the house and had the misfortune to break her collar bone. ' Mr. and Mrs. Mike Arndorfer and children drove to Gait to visit the Ed Arndorfers and to brln? his mother, Dora Arndorfer home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lichter and son, Jackie and Lorraine Arndorfer, Algona, were Sunday visitors at the parental home, the John Arn- dorfers. Mrs. Mary McKenna and Greg Studer drove to Mason City Friday evening to transport Mrs. Henninger there to take a bus for her home at Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ferber from Chastworth, III., spent the former week end visiting at the Dan Froehlich home. They left for their home last Friday afternoon. Mrs. Ferber is Mr. Froehlich's sister. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Eisenbarth of Morgan, Minn., visited about here Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Eisenbarth went to Wesley Sunday to visit her aged mother, Mrs. Hildman. They also attended the card party here in the evening. Church Election Sunday The church will hold their annual meeting Sunday afternoon, Dec. 12. There will be election of officers. The church board meets Friday evening, Dec. 10. Marie Dreyer is working at the Will Zumach home. The Lotts Creek congregation is invited *.o attend the church dedication at the Lutheran church in Emmetsburg Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck, Lu cille and Henry, Jr., of West Bend were Thursday evening visitors at the Ed LIA home. SALE of SPORT $6 & $10 Sold regularly from $10.95 to $19.50. Sizes 14 to 42. New Shipment H. & II. Fur Fabric Coats. $ 24'°° KRESENSKY'S I'M STARTING OUT ST. JOE NEWS Lucille Thilges from West Bend is assisting with the household duties at the John Berte home. Evelyn Klein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Klein, underwent an operation for appendicitis Saturday afternoon at the Kossuth hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Fourage and family, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Mertz and family and Mike Wagner were Sunday dinner guests at the Chas. Plathe home. Mrs. E. J. O'Dell from Bancroft and Mrs. Orville Gardner and sister from Lone Rock were Tuesday visitors at the John and William Hammer homes. Mrs. O'Dell is a slater of the Messrs. Hammers. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Reding from Algoua, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Beach and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Will Reding and family, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wagner and daughter* and Mr. and MM. Al/red Reding and family were Sunday evening supper giueU at tlla Pal|Ji RAdiAflf tltflinlEf With a Tested Savings Plan!" Young people with an eye to the future enthusiastically endorse our plans for the investment of small or large amounts from income. Proven safety coupled with liberal return make this the ideal plan for the conservative investor. It takes only a small Bum to open an account. 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