The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 16, 1937 · Page 10
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-«•—, and Krafite to California Might TTse Ads The Algona Upper Pea tons AID fdp t ba ti*e figures for th «tore, which show sale, " ELECTION FRIDAY Mrs. Hadig, Mrs. Oengler Rcelected President and Vice-Pros. Letts Creek: The Letts Creek Lutheran Aid society met in the school basement Friday, Dec. 1 for their regular meeting and an lual election of officers. Mrs. Rad g was reelected as president; Mrs Nick Gengler was reelected as vie president; Mrs. Wm. Fuerstenat as secretary; Mrs. Herman Mlttag as treasurer. Mrs. Herman Reisen er and Mrs. John Schallin were el ected on the sick committee. Mrs Carl Zumach, Mrs. Martin Meyer and Mrs. Richard Potratz were re- All the newest and popular colors -from the very sheerest chiffons to the service chiffons, priced from 69c, 89c, $1, $1.50 A gift box free with every purchase. Brownell's turn Mrs. nienard Potratz were reelected on the sewing committee. Mrs. Rev. Fiene and Mrs. Andrew Kading were elected on the kitchen committee. The visitor was Mrs. Art Rasch, who was taken in as a new member, • Markgrafo Birthday I i. TI l os ? he 'P' n * Mr- Markgraf celebrate his birthday Wednesday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ruhnke, Mr. and Mrs. Nlcft Oengler, M and Mrs. Martin Meyer, Mr. an Mrs. Art Rusch, all of Lotts Creek Mr. and Mrs. Herman Zumach ant M £,. and Mrs " Wm - Rusch Sr., o Whittemore. Report Progrets Of Mrt, Herman Dau Union: MM. Herman Dau is progressing as well as can be expected after a major operation performed last Friday at the Nevada Sam atarium for an obstruction Her children who went down to see her, remained at her bedside for three days. When she is able to leave the hospital she will go to spend the remainder of the winter In Des Molnes with relatives. Batty Named Mrs. Robert Keefe and baby son returned to their home Tuesday of this week from the Kossuth hospital at Algona. The baby will be named Thomas James. AT BRIDGE CLUB Five Tables of Cards; Other Week's News from Community Joe Krleps la driving a new 1938 Oldsmobile. Harold Dearchs is assisting with the farm work at the Frank Hoflus farm for the remainder of the win- t€r. Mrs. Oarmer Ewen (Dorothy Keefe) and her mother, Mrs. Mary Keefe drove down from Minnesota Sunday of this week from near Winnebago Minn. Mrs. Keefe came to spend the winter with her daughter, Mrs. John Sholtes of Algona. She spent the summer with her son, ^ WM™: Ewen wi " return home Irvington: Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fitzgerald entertained at bridge last Saturday evening, five tables being In play. Hugh Raney and Mrs. Kthel Johnson won high score while the low score was received by Clifford Sampson and Mrs. Hugh Raney. A plate prize was awarded to Mrs. Dorothy Parsons. Late in the evening a delicious luncheon was served. Th « Annual Christmas * fox they 1 • seft's and Mrs. Pe&t Heldt - • <>»s are entertaining a number of relatives fat Christmas. Those wftolrtll at* •*• Mr. and Atw. Jachanfth Vrf WSKSi. 1 *"^ and Mr " and ' S ° n ' clarence . The Lotts Creke Lutheran church will celebrate German communion I Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Faulstich and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ruhnke were Friday evening visitors at the Wm Schmiel home. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Meyer went to X enton to help August Meyer celebrate his birthday Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pompe returned to I west Bend to help Mr. and Mrs. Ed- f win Gade celebrate their tenth wed- I ding anniversary. Shower at Grant School, Saturday, For Marjorie Mino Gran , t: A miscellaneous shower q«rf M "'u 0 " 5 Grant sch ° ot ho^se Saturday ,n honor of Marjorie Mlno. »nrf V °"? e recelve d many use- and lovely gifts. Lunch was ab r° Ut 2 by the «ostess7s? s Joe Mayne, John Patterson, Alfred Zielske, Earl Rich p . Patterson and Speicher. Mrs. Alfred Kr me . ie {:;Ledyard, and Mrs. a J. Ri ce and Mrs. Glen Mino of Lone Rock were among those present The Wm. Speicher family visited a Mother Dies The news was received here Monday telling of the death of Mrs. wattle Sturtz of Boone, mother of Earl Miller. Mrs. Sturtz has been an invalid for nearly a year and for the past two months has been nearly blind. Besides Mr, Miller she leaves to mourn her loss six daughters and another son. Services were conducted last Wednesday at the First Presbyterian church in Boone with burial at the same place. Mr. and Mrs. Miller motored to Boone Wednesday morning for the services. Boy Very III Little. Duane Rlley was removed again from his home in Irvlngton to the Kossuth hospital at Algona last Thursday. He has not been gaining as rapidly as had been anticipated hence the change. It has been several weeks since he was first taken ill. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Olson of Fairmont visited Sunday at the An drew Pederson home. . U M e r d a th d e ^ntTcStodmTcKt J Grant school house Saturdayeve- I ir n ;f S ' , Fl £ d Mon tgomery and son, Earl of Blue Earth were r guests Saturday at the Ray I home. * Mr. and Mrs. Earl ! supper Children Coming Home Mr. and Mrs. James Black are looking forward to a very merry Christmas with all of their children returning for the Yuletide season Paul, law student at Iowa City and Mary, taking nurses' training at the same institution, will come next |Week. Lucile, who has just completed a secretarial course at a business college in Minneapolis and Pauline, a student of a beauty school in Des Moines, will also come home. Hugh, eldest of the Blacks, who is at home, will motor to Iowa City for Mary and Paul. Hugh Raney is possibly the busiest man in this vicinity these days with sealing corn. However this task Is proving more difficult this season owing to the many various changes that are being made by the government in the agricultural laws. „,». rd na * been received of the critical condition of Mrs. Kate Z^ 0rn ,! r1who ls " ow at the Mercy hospital In Des Moines. Mrs Turners condition requires a special nurse>ter day and night. She is receiving every care possible to add to her comfort. •om this vicinity attended al last Wednesday of A. J. Keen, long a resident of north township. Ladles of the ~ I.TL " jek Literary society of which Mrs. Keen has long been a active member, marched In a bod in respect oT Mrs. Keen. John Ray, Early - Irvington Resident, Dies in Minnesota Lotto CraefeEfectt Church QfttcM* Irffttt CfMk: The election of rirtc- «f» wftrfhrftf atthe fiatfiei^n bfiurch aftewitrtm. Mattte VTrti. WetWH *ere electW 'as church elders to sticfrW ttrtniselVes. IMWrtn 1,1Mb was eiftUtt to tti« acftoai ttoaM to affected himself. Aftold Mien* WB» elected a* t»* iew chwch teMwrer to raccud Wm. Pnerrtenlrti. • > • Bd Knfete* ton etfett* ttifttee M KftfctittM nflnsWf., wittf* fcrause #&* elects as a rhttnoM- *of the finance committee to succeed ffidwln Ueb. Andrew kadlng was elected td fflr« centetery committee to «ae. ceed himself. Read TfiB Waflt Afls-n Pays dollars ijoiill save qoinq bu SUPER COACH *Add extra dollars to your Chritt. ma« •bpppiagfoad, by making holiday trip* via Super-Coach. Fans are to low yptt'll think Santa him•ell is th«Hokrt«9Wttt. You'll enjoy the warmth and comfort of th* (Aooth-rfdlng bu» and the gay hell- day spirit til feUow-paMmigen. HOTEL ALGONA Phone 888 IH n f 0n: ° h " Ray ' A1 * ona re *- '°ent of many years ago, was burled Ce '«' *S nn - «a"t Sunday after.- Mr. Ray was born in Burlington, Iowa, April 2, 1866, and wnen a small boy moved with his £""*• to « homestead ™ the Ridge Road south of where St Benedict now stands. Between 1884 and 1890 he worked erf VJ a #!?> mlth , ahop lh A1 *° na <^n- ed by Milton Warner. In 1895 he F^C^ '» """aw to Mary Fidelia Riley of Goldfleld hoi? w' 8 U , n r'^ n two Daughter were born, Mrs. Vollrath and Viola, both ° his TRflnSIT URES Dangerous It is dangerous to drive a cut or broken tire at any time and especially so on icy roads. Brine tiiem in and have a permanent repair made We guarantee all work. We specialize in vulcanizing tires and tubes. Sampson Tire Service and , Mrs - E 'y Anderson and the .. I Bancroft I k«.fh«ii S . pelcher » ave the boys' has ketball team an oyster stew Sat L U u r . d ^., evenin S after they proved i over WINTER NEEDS ~-~~~^»" p ^^^w^M^MMVMi^HBH^Hm^H^i^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^n rtf»r Sensational Reductions! Hurry! Save! | COMPARE Power Grips With Any Other Tire Start with the tread. Power Grip's bi* round knob, dig deep in mud and .now! provide equal traction in forward and r^ verse! Clean, itself as it turns! What £??**??**" Wha * °ther tireha. its first quality construction. TWICE AS MANY TIKE CIIAIV WITH COAOT-TO-COAST QUALITY STEEL Tire Chains As Low As 1.98 8:l)0«(16 Chain $2.35 ' 60 to 100% More Service—Tough "Moly" Steel ^ Electrically Welded Link Slide Chains—Strongest! J3 to 16 Cross Chains per size—More "Grip"—Weal- Special Design Links Lie Plat- Won't Injure Tire Cross Chains Specially Case Hardened—Copper-Plated Lever-Lock Fasteners—Stay Secure Even in Reverse. STRAP-ON CHAINS I-'<T cmorgonoy work OC? size 4.50-4.7o *-dC 188 PROOF ALCOHOL 49c A Special Value for this week, AUTO HEATER Equals $11.95 Heaters while they last 12 MONTH BATTERY 1:5 Plate, 95 ampere output, exch. 24 MONTH BATTERY 15 Plate, 115 ampere, C OO .'5G% more power exch **•"" I TT Mr and Mrs - Joh n Schueler Jr r™ rman ' P^ard and Arlene Hammond and Mrs. Hollis Beadle of Bancroft visited Sunday at the ( J car Hammond bonne at Wesley. Paul Gossman, who has been em- •'"Ved at the Floyd Colwell home Saturday for Missouri, where hc wilvisitwithhisslster ^jhere I orn'a. V6S ° nd thC " g ° t0 CaliN Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hamand en- tertamed the Young Married folks at the .school house last Wednesday evening;. The evening was spent paiying games and lunch was served by the hostess. 93, Still Coin* Strong R. G. Long, brother of Dan Long and well known In this community many years ago celebrated his 95th birthday at Tacoma, Washington. . whe r e he makes his home with hi home at son -»»-law. R. D. Minkier. an ! granddaughter, Dorothy Minkier a 3723 S.. K. St. His daughter, Mrs K. L>. Minkier, died last February Mr. Long is very active and enjoy the best of health, in fact he walks a distance of seven or eight blocks for his mail. He also maintains and cares for a good sized lawn with flower garden and a fish pond. Mr Long went west in 1888. Lutheran Group, Whittemore, Holds Christmas Party Whittemore: The members of the Aid ussociation of Lutherans held their regular monthly meeting on Friday night in the Lutheran school hall. After a brief business meeting cards were played at 10 tables Mrs. Victor Dau and Louis Braatz won h,gn and Mrs. Louis Greinert won travel prize. Presents were 6X H f g ! d between ^e members and lunch was served before everybody departed for home. Secretly Wed AnUr. S received here 'hat Mary Anita Cairy announced her secret marriage to John Sheridan of Bancroft last week. Miss Cairy Society Meeto Dee. 22 The next regular meeting of the Plum Creek Literary society will be held Dec. 22 In the form of a -hnstmas party with Mrs. Kate McCorkle aa hostess. Mrs Ella Bode will be in charge of the program with a gift exchange sponsored by Mrs. Florence Calhoun and he orphans' box in charge of Mrs Ruth Davidson. The local dance club will meet his Friday evening. Dec. 17. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dole were business callers at Rochester Minn last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Phelps moved last week from the Herman Becker farm into Irvington. August Roblson was a visitor on Monday at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Rome Robison. Jake Maasdam returned to his home here Saturday from Oregon where he had made an extended visit with his sister. Located at 110 East State St. Our Entire Stock of House Slippers Reduced Prices Slippers Special Christensen Department Hot Air Heaters Model "A" Manifold Heaters Complete Chevrolet "6" Heaters Manifold Model Heaters, '29 to '37 Ford V-8 Manifold Heaters, Model 65 1937 Ford V-8 Heaters Manifold, Model priced at Coast - to JOE BLOOM Coast Store ALGONA, IOWA ^'H*" The , voun K coup?e U 'were irried in July at Fort Madison - Sheridan was a graduate with the cla*, of 1937 at Presentation Academy. She was born and grew up to womanhood in Whittemore and her many friends wish her the best of success in her married life It is reported that Mr. Sheridan has purchased a hardware and variety store at McGregor, Iowa, where they w.il make their future home. -Infection on Face Rudolph Wehrspan northwest of here, left for Rochester, Minn enter the hospital and consult specialist in regard to a rash which has infected his face. Coiuin Drop* Dead John Waldron received word on Sunday that his cousin, Harold Me Guire dropped dead a victim o hear tdiaease at his home in Fair mont, Minn., Sundya afternoon. He eaves a wife and one child. Paul Uricli and Edward Parrel were in Mason City Monday 01 business. * Herman Warmbicr and son of LuVerne were in Whittemore on business Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Art Fandel and children of Burf. spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs. Henry Schultz and the George Schuitzes were Sunday eve " ln K callers at the home of Mr Good H r o"p« Herbett P ° tratZ nea ' Mr. and Mrs. Uoyd Walker accompanied by Mr. and Mr,. Art Heidenwjtn, Dorothy Scbers and son. Ralph, spent Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs Henry Lauck. Alma Peterson of Whittemor* i* visiting relative* at Waliingford taU week. Mr. and Mr*. P«ter WaMron of Ayrshire apent Friday BUY Xmas Gifts at Removal Prices have taken delivery Xruas YOU'RE THE DOCTOR' To be c o m e financially healthy, prescribe, for yourself, a saving program with this institution. Living is more fun when you know that a portion of your income is working toward retirement . . . toward real comfort during unproductive years. Get all the facts tomorrow! AL60KAFEDERALSAVIN6S &LOAK ALGONA, IOWA Buy NOW while the Assortment is Large HOT T?r\/\vfc-» £?v.*i._,_ vr ... Living Room Suites *25.00 to $30.00 off Bedroom Suites at 25 to 40% off Wool Rugs at nearly today's wholesale prices Occasional Chaira Jtjreal buy at $6.05 A real buy in the newest Table Lamps You will enjoy seeing this great assortment Priced to sell We are now showing one of the finest Desk Stocks in North Iowa at greatly reduced prices Just four new 1938 J-A Radios left, going at actual cost—hurry RICHARDSON WThAmck "**- " <-»<•_ _ Just two fine Norge Electric Refrigerators left. We will save you plenty on these 2 numbers,, A gift for the whole family A new line of Mersnaan Occasional Tables All reduced to the limit COMPAW

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