The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 8, 1938 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 8, 1938
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FEOTON ENTERS GOLDEN GLOVETOURNEY fam Engessor to Compete At Des Moines, Feb. 15,16 and 23 DM Mdrna, LASTDAZEOF 31001 OFH_ BY SENECA CLUB One of Three In County Honored Get Experience uuveme: IBS SOyf bMketball team Journeyed to Goldfleld through U»« fo Wasley: Over half the _ «Mp In the American Legton U»« fog Friday night and played the fitaMM^hf *Adfc«* i~^.*__ • ___ *. their rooms Ta«ot*jr night f W their regular meeting And Helpful Thursday Group things congratulated the local post t«t i rhH, w . Chris Nygaard home. Colored Girl* To Play Corwith Boys Feriton: Thomas Engesser of I Fenton has entered the officially sanctioned Golden Glove tourna- fc*?3 . f ?T amateur boxing to be I » ? lnfl pes Moines Feb. 15, 16 and 23 In the Shrine auditorium, Des I Moines. Radio station WHO is the sponsor of the event Quilting Party Hostessed "*"sle Dreyer entertained at —o party on Thursday and I afternoons. Guests were " Dreyer and 6 Anna Meyer, ]„„. nv . , .,--- -z;~'~~< M*" 8 - Minnie Dreyer Mrs. Henry Tieman, Mrs A j| "TwSrt.S" 1 Dau and Mr " ;i W. F. M. sTafeettng Woman's Foreign Mission 1x7 so " et y_ m et in the church par iors rhursday afternoon, Feb 3 Devotions were in charge of Mrs »«!2 W '11 eL Ro " Cft " w «« ana- werea ny ID members. The treas rs report was read and accept A committee, Mrs. Eva Boett The Helpful Thursday club and families presented a program at the Seneca school last ~ ™ evening. The main feature o e l e lil"5 was 8 one act comedy ed "The Last Daze of School' *| v en by the following cast: Mr. Twlddledum, (the teacher) ™ amn h cls 8 , airl ?. ; M u - cSStaTfa' SiJE^ °L 8Ct 1 00 ' b .9 ard >- »etmer Mrs - Kracht - Hurt, an ". McFall, was appointed for - di 8n luncheon to be lesson. Huniphrey then read a letter from Gertrude Becker, missionary In India. The meeting closed with a prayer by Mr| Mary Smith. Out of town guests were Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod, Mrs Fish and Mrs. William Reimers of Whittemore. Hostesses were Mrs. Florence Tatum, Mrs. Tena Newel and Mrs. Kate Volgt Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stoeber spent Friday at Armstrong visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. Henry Wegener of Algona spent Saturday with her sister, Mr;:jhe,don^eTrV,rC,hf n ^ son. Mrs. Detmer Nielsen, Mrs. Mildred Simpson, Woodrow Kracht Clem Dotson, Jerald Godden. Frank ftfu and . Mrs ' Walt «r Smith. we?e son 8tures of , the evening posed of Lois and Jean Looft°La Vonne Bailey, Mary Patterson. Herdine Smith and Marjorie Moore Piano and saxophbne duet, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Slagle; piano duet Mrs. Frank Looft and Mrs. Francis Slagle; songs. "Three Jacks and the Duce by Junior Merrill. Harley Hoeck Jr., Darrell Dotson and Don Merrill; reading by Dorothy Hoeck and Noradel Dotson ""ec* A te',™*:* was Present and —•—- »u^c»vv M.L uin in mander Commery, -'~' posta in KL r quota so ., — VH .*.. two being Sw< ana Algona, Commander L, L Lease and Adjutant Halvor Flom just last week received silver service stars to be worn on their Legion met their quota In membership by a designated time. y Stitch and Chat Aid Members of the Stitch and Chat MI. -• tne jfethodlst Aid enter- large group of Wesley i ' a Promflsivo entertaln- Corwith-Falrvlew: L. D. Sanders manager of the Corwith IndSpend-' h .a« announced he has Chocolate Co-fid", the r C0 i' ored «Hrt«' b«! to play axainst h(« Rupture and Truis Clinic Tou are invited to a free rupture and truss clinic which I am holding at my office on Tuesday, February 16. Tou will bt advised as4o the type of truss yau should wear or corrections can be made on the one you are now wearing. To successfully repair hernia without an operation has lieen the desire of physicians for many year* This has at last been accomplished. Men, women, and children that have a rupture can have it repaired now by Taking a series of eight to 12 painless injection treatments here In the office. The advantages of this treatment are: No loss of time from work; no hospital bills; and assurance of a good result. I urge you to come in any time Tuesday, February 15, for this free examination and advice as to the care and protection of yourself and avoid further complications by allowing your rup- £ re i2,?? alon ? rtthout being adequately fitted with a truss, rou will be under no obligation whatsoever. This is a special service which I am offering to you at this time. S. W. MEYER, 0. o. Algona, Iowa Office 3 blks. So. Ford Garage In General Hospital BIdg. Mrs. W. C. Stamer. Rev. and Mrs. J. D. Wolcott of rmstrong spent Monday with Rev and Mrs. J. G. Waterman. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lampe, Seneca, became the parents of a 7H pound daughter, Saturday, Feb. 5, at the Mueller hospital here. . .„,«. WIWOT . Oliver Stoeber went to Armstrong * , Iar * e crowd was present and Friday where he will manage the a deli cious luncheon, consisting of i Gamble store for Holger Due. He san <Jwiches. cake and coffee, waaLr L ' nfant atm born to Mr. and •"'" — -'- ' •""•••"• ln 'he school dining roorTT M ™. Harry Mathahs last week Mon- I day has been named Dale Dean ff, . • _ ™* «no wRWBOH Taesday afternoon of this week.) ine first group was to arrive at two o clock, leave at three, and make I n for the group which was to •m"fii »£* , hree °' clock and « on n"e °Thl a8t , gr ? up was to come at m«t. T !u C ', rcle served refresh- I ments to the ladies and each Riven a part in the day's won £ art L th .t flnlshin fr of a project be- Kun by the members. Get All Your Inside Repair Work Done NOW IMANYBANCROFT WOMEN HOSTSW BRIDGEPARHES These are ideal "inside work" days and there's hardly a home or a farm that doesn't have some jobs of this kind to be done. Let us suggest a few: —fixing loose doors and windows —mending steps —putting up shelyes —painting woodwork or floors —insulating the attic —lining the garage —fixing stalls in the bam etc., etc. We know you have others in mind, too See us for the materials you will need and do these jobs this month. Spring and outside work will very soon demand attention. will return Tuesday. George Nickoley of Decorah spent Thursday here with his brother Frank Nickoley, band instructor of the local high school. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Peril of Sexton became parents of their first child, a 7 pound boy, born Saturday Feb. 5, at the Mueller home In Fen ton. M, 1 " 8 ' Henry Schulte entertained the U-Deal-M bridge club last week Monday afternoon. Mrs. Alvln Zumach won the high score prixe and I clu b Friday Mrs. Walter Jentz the low. Deltering won high "score" Mrs "R' Ed Ohm suffered a severe Injury E> H ""on won low prize and Mrs' to his leg last week when he fell Jessle Stebritz drew the cut prize' on the ice while doing chores. The „_, leg is badly swollen and It is hard Bridge at Sheridana to determine the extent of the frac- " " ~ ~ and Mrs. Raymond Tletz and IT'ifJJr M ™- F -H-Bohn spent last i —--, • -"»• *«. «. aaunaera week Tuesday evening with Mr. and ^ on lovr P r '*« and Mrs. J. H. Sher- I M^. A v F ^ V ^S^uS*J^&. I —- a - gU " t ° f "" ClUb - «" . H. J. Braley Jeft Saturday morning for Iowa City to get Mrs had been in the " r treatments l "e past fh _ .*• Wekmann, accountant at the Kunz Grain Company office here ffi ade a tour of inspection of ] the Kunz Grain elevators located In ' other Iowa towns last week. Members of the Wesley volunteer l r !^f,L a ^ me ? t ^ th " ^t* *• of Wesley enjoyed and oyster stew in -ms Thursday night i iToUH Cath0 " C MiM| onary society ijoyed a very good patronage at UBLIC AUCTION As I am unable to get a fam for the coming year, will sell at auction Wednesday, Feb. 16 scribed property 7 grotmds Sale tarta af ^ at w " w VOUIC bridge and "" rt^« , the 'L brid * e club Thurs- r T?" membera of the day evening. Mrs. Walter Ohm and ^K' 0 " Auxiliary met at priM j z won the h 'K n "core ' of Mr «- Leo Finn, Thui guestaof theclub. W6r * brWge was played"!'"'*! F. S. Norton & Son Phone 229 Algona. Iowa Jimmie's Birthday Party Monday, Feb. 14,1938 You are cordially invited to attend and partake of coffee and sandwiches. Come right In, make yourself at home, act natural. It will be informal-e/eryone kee*, their ahoes on. There will be music, a few comedy acts, Big Apple, Susie Que and some trucking. Plenty to eat There will be plums and Prunes and cherries, Raisins and citron and Cinnamon, too, Allspices, cloves and berries And the pic will be filled up with glue. Caraway seed In abundance It will give you a fine stomach ache, It will kill you twice If you eat a full slice Of Jimmit'a birthday cake. ^ B. sure to come. Do not let anything keep you away. We are to have a rollicking jolly time. Forget your uouble, Mll , our ^^ ^ _ _ ^ that ,ou are married "for one day" MONDAY, FEB. U "At the store from one to five p. m. Wilfred Faulstlch, 14, son of Mr and Mr,. Walter Fautatleh, auffer- "V.ii 0 *"" le l llat Thur^ay when -- fell from his bicycle onto th frozen ground. The leg was brok en in four places below the knee Mrs. Amos Flnnestad entertained a group of ladles at a quilting pa™ ty Friday afternoon at the home o her mother. Mrs. W. C. Stamer. The |uests included Mesdames F. H. Bohn, A. J. Krause, George Jentz. Alex Moses, W. V. Yager and H E. Reimers. Mrs. Kate Newel of Hartley spent •nm TH,....,.... ^ Saturda J J"" —„«. 4 , v „ c i family &n\] Mr and Mrs. G. B. Johnson. Mrs. G.' i ,u° n and Lyle Newel accompanied her home for a visit with the LeRoy newel family. They returned home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bamsey entertained six tables of 800 at the Carl Beck home Friday evening Mrs Arnold Hantelman and Art Bleckwenn won the high score prizes and Mrs. Edwin Greinert and Albert Bleckwenn the low. A delicious luncheon was served by the ' host and hostess. American home 1 en P'ayed at four tablei on h '* h » core ' Mr »won cut prize A 1Un ° h Was then "rved by with Virgil Elsbecker »"i"—XiT"»"™"" ** ulljn '"tertalned «Tfh. 1MBW ! brld * e club Frida vtim %"• Bridge Qulnn home Velma Dyer won the high prize Mrs. Marjorie Sherman won ,e" ond and Ella Carolan won score. Former Resident Die* was received of the death ,. ~r~',J? c * Murphy, former res- nn? Ot . B 5 ncroft - Thursday afternoon at ( Hector. Minn. The fun- Semester Honor Roll At Ottocen Listed Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wllhelml are the parents of a son born Wednes- n ay ,h n ' 8 , ht n ThU ' S the fi "' ^ n the family. Rosalie Johnson, 10 year old daughter of Mrs. Edna Johnson, underwent an appendicitis opera- he Wohnke ho8 P'tAl Wed- Ex-West Bender, 90, Dies at Humboldt M »e»t«r honor roll .}?* and iun "> r "» w u foM °w»> Mavis Holt, , w « hr »P*nn. Alf Lee, Conno Starin, Calvin Jacobson. Mary Jan S° fl ^' I hom ' u> OUon ' &«d£ L^ « n ^ Urice Satern - Lavonne Han s*n. Jean Ann Jacobson, Marilyn and Head of Cattle Farewell Party farewell party was of David H^n" school by the eighth diM e.e delicious lonch was served The class presented David wltn » watch. David will Corwith Boy GcU Degree at Simpson Corwith-Fhirview: Mr. ar.d Mr, X Worth Miller went to In/i^U Wftdr.evliy. Feb 2 to attend ,,„ itj at H.frtvr. . u-ho near u-wn. rfcceived word 1 '^ l « X mgfat thilt hi « ^ther, Henry MarctlJu*. had passed away at •Mr. ^T" '" Hsuat *Wt M' and Mr. Htsry Martellu. lived in Wwt atr.-l few- a yt&r rfcoeoUy moving U- Huir-otidt year ago u, *r Mr Maf-e.'lu* wat - ^ - ~—^^^^^^^^^^m FARM MACHINERY power ** No property remoT . Mr». Potratz L» Aid Leader on Friday, At LotU Creek Lotu at Jimmie Neviil e *-«iie» Aid will me e't frw^v i?.«',. fioon in the parocni^l vh'>< rnent with Mr» Hith4iM aa hpnumie,,. She will tnlerunr. !» valentine party W«nt to Waterloo Funer&l Mrs Ernest Luedtke and Rupert Mrs. Albert Potratz and Hugo p" irat* of Whittemore. Mr. an* Mr" Harry W.ddle and Mr and Mr* Walter widdel of Fenton and Mr« tarrit Haa.e of Algona attended he funeral of August Widdle, an io ~ a Wa terloo, Saturay Jan 29. They started in the morninK and returned home the same day Broke I^eg Ui Four PUce« Wilfred Faulatk-h son of Mr and Mrs. Walter KauUtlch, had the md fortune to break his leg while rid>n>S on a bicycle on an icy road He was taken to the Ko»uth hospUi in Algona. He broke it in four different places. Mr, C. O. Blddle, Auctioneer Burt Savings Bank, Olork PenV ONE WEEK ONLY FEB 7-12 OUo Otto Mr home. and Mrs. Herman Gade and • were Wednesday : Mr ar.d Mr*. i^.^rt are : f-e parenu or a f>at , y daughUrr born home"" H * lur ' lay "'* ht ** Mr». Kimer lawman and baby Karen, of Rodman and Mr». Vic £ ar * m * n »' Whittemore, Bp e nt rhursday at the home of the latter-» aisttr, Mr». Be n Walker i,^*h" ar ^ J u COb * and wife h »ve purchased the residence of MU» Jennie Bartlett and expect to move thero soon The residence U way rtre« ' U Or. I. J. Weber and family Moved into the late Mrs. May ly houae The house haa not bee occu pl ed since the death of Mrs Kelly, last year. The Dr. W*be7 " V *i *J! llvi "K '" "" apartment i e L,utne residence. John Dorweiler and Wa workmen are busy laying the brick in th basement of the building that i s to house the liquor store. With weather the building should be completed in a short time at the rate at which they are working Mr. and Mrs. Art Jackm*n aad race Ethel attended the Moth- 7 ^ d D«u«hter»- club hursday, F eb . 3 at the ome in Uuion towiuhli). „ Mri - J"""* Kunz "turnea home Saturday from Iowa City and Davenport for where the left ThurwUy moving to vUU her .on, JuUuV Jr., and her husband, Juliu* Kunz.' who U r«cei VM tor Ih, F»dirij Sumy Company at Davenport Truly the greatestpen value we havwver offered. l5o not con fuse with "bargain" pens having braw, gold-plat ed points. These pens have Solid Gold points. HiBTy while our lim ited supply lasts. ONLY 3 TO A CUSTOMER Built To Sefl for $3.00 HOUSEWlVEa! BOOKKEEPEBfll BOYS! OIEMI This 1« your Chance to Oet a OX' 6 " ^ " Vei7 "" " p.rfo«n*nc» from It. * Ow b(Wlt Borchardt's

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