The Algona Upper Oes Moines, Algona, Iowa, March 1,1938 j. LEONA DREYER OFWHITTEMORE BRIDE MARCH 4 To Wed Alfred Meyer Widely Known and Well Liked Whittemore: The hostesses, MM Henry Schultz. Mrs. William Meyer Mrs. Art Heidenwlth, Mrs. Herman Voigt, Mrs. Alfred Bruhn, Mrs. Otto Bell, Mrs. William Roeber, and Mrs George Meyer assisted at a prenuptial shower as a courtesy to Miss Leonn Dreyer in the Lutheran school hall, Friday evening. Miss Dreyer will become the bride of Alfred Meyer, Friday, March 4. There were 65 guest* present and 500 was played at 10 tables. Mrs. Werner Gade won high and Mrs. Emil Bierstedt low with Mrs, Hugo Gade receiving door prize. After the card games Miss Dreyer unwrapped her gifts, which were many and useful. Miss Dreyer is well known In thin community and for a number of years she was a clerk in the H. R. Zumach meat market and received her actual training in clerking at the Lotts Creek store, managed by Nick Gengler where she was employed for over eight years, which made her many friends both here and at Lotts Creek. Among those attending from out American Navy with Crisp White 7.95 Salute Spring in American-navy with crisp white. Vmnifr, saucy styles witli slim waists swine skirts. 12 to 20. The Chrischilles Store of Whittemore were Mrs. R*ber Dreyer, Mrs. Hugo Faulstich, an Mrs. Edwin Lieb, Lotts Creek; Mn Erwin Bruhn, Mrs. Alfred Bruhn and Mrs. Edwin Greinert, Fair ville; Mrs. Emll Bierstedt, Mrs Herman Oade, Fenton; Ernest Gad of Emmetsburg; Mrs. Hugo Gade Mrs. Robert Bell, Rosella Volgt Myrtle Barber, Mrs. Lloyd Wnlke and Verda Meyer, Algona. Oeo. Maah* Hosts Mr. and Mrs. George Maahs enter tained at cards Friday evening i number of guests who were as fol lows: Mr. and Mrs. Walter Struck er, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Struecker Clarence Struecker, Mr. and Mrs Edward Maahs, Mr. and Mrs. Her man Maahs. Five hundred was played and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Struecker won hgih and Mrs. Ed ward Maahs and Herman Maahs low. Pupils Give Surprise Fifteen pupils of the senior and junior classes of the Whittemore high school held a farewell surprise at the home of Mrs. Tillle Wagner Saturday evening in honor of Miss Margaret Barber, a member of the junior class. Margaret will move with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Barber to Bode the first Academy Team Wins Consolation (Continued from Page 1) earn lost its first game of the season, and also defeated Emmetsburg, 25 to 13. Of chief Interest to local folks is the Algona-Bancroft game, the summary of which Is printed below. 3t. Cecelia Algona Bestenlehner, f Nelson, f Courtney, c Gilbride. c Elbert, g Seipman, g Esser, g (28) Fg Ft Pf ..3 .6 0 0 0 ..1 0 10 St. John's Bancroft (26 > Fg Ft Pf Devine, f 4 2 4 Welp, f 0 0 0 Johnson, f 3 0 1 Lnmpe, c 0 Murray, g Dudding, g 10 6 10 EX-IRV1NGTON TEACHER DIES Mrs. Mary G-affney Brad ley Rites Held at Minot, North Dakota GOSSARD'S ly " s 5implicitM Eliminates th? Hatea Diaphragm Bulge The crossed straps in back pull lii.iponally to flatten the diaphragm and abdomen, and cinch in the waistline. Below, a MisSimplicicy* of fine cotton batiste and knit clastic. Lace decorates the upper half of the rounded uplift bnu Model 2476. The Chrischilles Store Doctor Rhythm" « 1 * fi«A«Otnl FIC1U1I Irvington: Word has been received recently of the death of Mrs. Mary Gaffney Bradley, who died at Minot, N. D., where she had been n resident for thirteen years. Her death followed a stroke which she suffered two weeks ago. Funeral services were conducted at the Presbyterian church in Minot. Mrs. Bradley, formerly Miss Mary Oaff- ney of Irvington, was iorn at Harvard, 111., Dec. 15. 1874. She taughl school here for several years anc In 1899 was married 16 George M Bradley. In 1902. the family moved to North Dakota. Mr. Bradley died four years ago. Surviving are three sons. Jack. Milton and Robrt Bradley of Minot. a daughter. Mrs. Richard Pherson of Lake Hughes, California; two brothers. John and Robert Gaffney of Irvington. find a sister. Mrs. Vernon ^arr of Inyokern. Calif. Frntons to LuVernr The C. A. Penton family who lived for some years on the old Algier farm, and later moved north of Algona are now locating in the ast of LnVerne, neighborhood. Mr. 'enton has been in very poor health of late and has not been able to lo much farm work. Mrs. Freda Christensen visited Sunday with her sister. Mrs. Ray Watson. Mrs. John Erpelding has been ill or some time at her home near Rich Point. Henry Diirffey, former young mnn of this community, is now liv- ng at Cresco. Iowa, where he has •mployment. A. L. Jordan was visiting with 'ripnds in this vicinity last Wednesday nnd Thursday. Mr. Jordan t present is at Bonne helping to rare for his aged mnthcr. Mr. and Mrs. Oran Hudson and two children have moved near Corwith, where they will bp employed on one of the Chambers farms. Formerly they worked for Ray McWhorter near Burt U. B. Frankl and Gail Beard motored to Spring Valley. Minn., on Sunday to visit the elder Mr. Beard, who is now eighty years old find is in a hospital. Mrs. Beard died several years ago. The Irvington Ladies' Aid society of the Presbyterian church will hold one of its popular fried chicken suppers Thursday night. March 3. at the Legion Hall in Algona. The general public is cordially invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Menkc visited Saturday with their daughter, Mr«. Elmer Dole. They were returning from a southern trip, where they have been since about Christmas time. The last stop was made at Hot Springs, Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lage and Mrs. Alice Duryea motored to Lat- tinu-r, Iowa, last Tuesday to assist the parents of Ralph who were having ;i furm sale on that date. The elder Lagcs purchased a farm between Renwick and Goldfield last season and March 1st moved to their new home. Farewell Party for Johnsons of Irv. Irvington: Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson were pleasantly surprised last Thursday evening when a num- htr nf (heir neighbors and friends went to their home for a surprise farewell party. Guests were tho Hall Skillingx, Hugh Raneys. J. A. Johnsons. Perry Phillips, John Rchultzi. John Webers. Irving Urchs .ind Fred Geigels. The evening was spent at cards. Before departing the Johnsons were presented with a gift as a farewell token. M. E. Nation Hook-up A n.itimi;i! nulio hook-up over the Mutual broadc-ii.sting system will enable Methodists in this section to listen-in on a serji-.- of dinner* rim- durlid by various churches. Wed- lu.-ilay evening, March 2. .Station- in this section carrying the pro- pram.-, starting at !i p m , will in- vlurii- WMT. KKO ami KfJlL. Miss .leanm-lte M.lx.naM will sing or. the broadcast during r/;t- dour'-. I rograin. Parties, Surprises At Four Corners Homes, Past Week Four Corners: The Wm. Dray- tons were guests at a waffle supper at the Herman Lindemanr, Algona, last week Monday evening, PnrJy for Bob Ward Relatives surprised Bob Ward on his birthday last week Tuesday evening. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rich, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lindeman, George Rich and den Sabin, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. John Rich, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rich, daughter, Lorraine, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Ward, Mr. nnd Mr*. Robert Keefe and infant son. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson and the *Wm. Drayton family. Five hundred was enjoyed and at a late hour lunch was served. FENTON TO HAVE SUMMER MOVIES Community Club Votes to Sponsor 18 Outdoor Film Shows The Chrischilles Store BURN PEERLESS K'UE.MAt'OI. I'KOi ' COAL • It Burns Long • Has Low Ash Con tent • Gives Steady Heat < Jrdrr yum- iihis rc- j)Jr!)]>ljfi| hcli M'P t Jjc ar<- c.-oilv i-ut iii'. Lump or egg size Botsford Lbr. Co. Honor Wm. Drayton Relatives and friends surprised Wm. Drayton in honor of his birthday Friday evening. Among guests were the Wm. Richs, Mrs. Edith Rich, son Earl, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lindeman of Algona, the John Sabin and Edward Rich families Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ward. Mr. and Mrs. John Rich and Mr. and Mrs Walter Rich and Mr. and Mrs. John McNeil. Cards were played at four tables and a lunch was served following. Louis Loivmans Hosts Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lowman entertained their card club last Friday evening. Five hundred was played at four tables. High scores were won by Henry Schultz and Mrs. Ben Sloter. Other guests were Clara Schultz. Ben Sloter. the Everett Withams. Kelly Landens. John Monarchs and Wallace Simpsons. Ice cream and angel food cake was part of the lunch. L. J. Lowman spent Sunday with his daughter and family, the Ray> Smiths, near Burt. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. P. Nickerson. Algona and Mr. and^Mrs. Alexander were Sunday dinner guests at the Art Alexander home. The John McNeils, Quentin Bjust- roms. Orville Holdrens. Lewis Rroesders and Rcibert Walkers were at the Cecil Bjustroms Saturday evening, it being the regular week- Iv meeting of their five hundred club. Thr Arthur Alexanders. Lylo Alexanders nnd ft cousin. Joe. were at the Edward Richs last Wednesday evening to hear the Louis-Mann fight broadcast. Later in the evening pinochle was played and ice cream and cake served. Several families from this vicinity attended nn old-time dance at West Rend last Thursday evening. he Ames accordian bam! furnished the music. Mr. find Mrs. Louis Lowman. L. J. Lowman and the Everett Withams were among those who attended. GRAND LODGE SCHOOL A Grand Lodge School will be held at Prudence Lodge on Marcn t, » and 8. gemtons win tM tt«M morning, afternoon and evening, with work on an actual candidate each evening. A secretary's conference will be held Wednesday afternoon. Custodians John T. Ames and T. W. Wellington, and Grand Secretary C. C. Hunt will be in attendance. Grand Master Harrj- A. Palmer of Cedar Rapids is expected on Thursday. Fenton: The Fenton community club met at the Legion hall last week Monday evening. The meeting was preceded by a dinner at the Boyken cafe which was served to a large representation of local business men. After the dinner the business meeting was held and arrangements for 18 consecutive outdoor movies were completed. The movies will be shown each Wednesday evening, beginning some time in May. Raymond Stoeber, Henry Berghofer and Paul Elg- ler have been placed In charge of the summer month shows. If possible the club also plans to sponsor movies in the winter months. The local gymnasium will be used, if arrangements can be made, in the event of cold weather. Eugene Martini and Dr. H. E. Woodward of Whittemore were present and discussed with the Fenton club plans of vital importance to both communities. Academy Declam Contest, Thursday The district meet of the Sioux City diocesan declamatory contest will be held at St. Cecelia's academy on Thursday evening, March 3. at eight o'clock. St. Johrt's, Bancroft, St. Matthew's Academy Clare, an4 the local academy will try out for first and second places in this contest. Those who win first and second places in the oratorical, dramatic and humorous divisions will advance to the jenjl-finals. The Academy,-will be represented in the oratorical by John Lee Holtzbauer, in the dramatic hy Betty Kohlhaas. and in the humorous by Rosanne Holtzbauer. The friends of the Academy and all interested in speech work are invited to attend. PAGING MB. KOSSUTH Into the offioea of the Kos- mfh Motor wafted » man, last Friday, tn all MHoomteM, he asked, "In Mr. Rowntti fa?" Mr. Kowuth WMii't In, but Mr. MorraJI was. Elmer Jaspersons Greet New Arrival Plum Creek: Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jasperson are parents of a six and one-half pound daughter born on Thursday, Feb. 24th. Their^ family now consists of four gifts and one boy. AM Leek is enjoying a new Chevrolet car purchased recently. Jesse Grubb, who was quite sick with flu and complications, is on the mend. George and Robert Kain accom- pained shipments of stock to Chicago Saturday. John Gross and brothers, Ival and Rae. drove to Osceola, Iowa, Thursday on business. TO r. and Mrs. T. R. Plckard enter- tsJned a group of friends at cards Friday evening. • fcllff Hauensteln Is here from Wyoming and is visiting at the home of his brother, Mervin. Mrs. Geo. Miller Is spending some time at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Jewell Larson and family. The Leo Miller family has been released from scarlet fever quarantine. The children and Mrs. Miller were victims of the disease. Robert Bierstedt of Chicago, who has been a guest at the home of his aunt and uncle, the Ben Webers, has returned to his home. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Phelps and Verne Robison are now employed at the Roscoe Mawdsley farm and reside in the Mawdsley tenant house. Henry Schick, Sr., and daughter, Anna, have returned home from Chicago, where they attended the funeral of a brother of Mr. Schick. The Cliff Young family of Joliet, 111., are here to spend some time at the A. W. Young home. Loyal Young drove to Joliet Sunday to get them. Claire Hansen has gone to California, where he expects to find employment. His mother, Mrs. Ben Knox, has been In the west since December visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. French Haldeman who have lived the past four years on the Fred Kent farm, have moved to a home In Algona. The Roy Ringsdorf family from near Burt will occupy the Kent farm. Mrs. Wm. Altwegg and Genevieve were callers Sunday at the Lou Robinson home In Cresco township. Maxine Robinson Is home from the hospital In Fairmont where she had a goitre operation. She la getting along nicely. Howard Lundberg and wife arrived Saturday of last week from Stanford, Nebraska, with a truck load of livestock and farm machinery preparatory to moving onto and operating the form vacated by the Herman Leeks. West Bend Woman Seriously HI With Gall Bladder Abcess West Bend: Mrs. Joe Miller, who was operated on for abcessed gall bladder In Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge last week, is in a serious condition. Her friends hope to hear of her improvement soon. Miss Beverly Larson of Kanawha is visiting at the home of her cousin, Charlene Munson. Mrs. M. T. Munson, Charlene and Robert were shopping at Algona on Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jacobs moved their household goods into the Bartlett residence Friday which they purchased a couple of weeks agro- Miss Jennie Bartlett sold her household goods Thursday afternoon. The furniture did not bring very big prices but every thing was sold. Carl Daubendiek of Alton, Wm. Daubendiek of Calumet and Miss Eletha Daubendiek of Remsen attended a meeting of the directors of the Iowa State Bank, here, on Wednesday. Farewell for Frank Eisenbarths, St. B. St. Benedict: A number of the friends and neighbors surprised the Frank Eisenbarth family Wednesday evening by gathering at their home to bid them farewell. The ladies brought well-filled baskets and lunch was served after a very enjoyable evening was spent. All regret having them leave the community. They are moving north of j Algona. j Called to Omaha • LuVerne: The Rev. and Mrs. E. E. Hancock were called to Omaha. Sunday night, by the serious condition of Mrs. Hancock's father. Rev. Wright, Primrose, Nebraska. Rev. Wright underwent an operation Friday. Whist Party— Mrs. Ira Kohl and Mrs. Jack Hilton were joint hostesses at a party at the former's home. Monday evening. Guests were Mrs. Julius Winkel, Maurine McCuliough. Mrs. Dick Cowan, Mrs. Delmar MtFadden. tula Kohl. 'Etta Bacott. Mable Kohl, Bernlce Storm, Ruth McKee, Mrs. Walter Lichter, Bernlce Harrington, Ruth Roland. Mrs. Don Mertz. Alice Payne, Helen Corey, Violet Halbrook, Mrs. Les Kenyon. Mrs. Murl Potter of Humboldt. Bernice Ludwig of West Bend, and Mrs. Milton Marlow of Burt. Court Whist was the diversion t>f the eve- I ning. First prize was won by Etta Bacon, second by Ruth McKee. lucky chair prize by Lula Kohl, and the consolation prize went to Violet Halbrook. VW^^ Used Cars 1 937 Pontiac Coupe 1933 Plymouth Coach 1932 Plymouth Coupe, new tires, hot water heater 1931 Chevrolet sedan, hot water heater 1930 Chevrolet coupe, new tires Hoenk Motor Service Pli. »ne 391 West of Court House fWWWWWWl A post-nuptial showtr was helj| in the Methodist church. Saturday ' afternoon in honor of Mrs. Wm. Shipfer, who was formerly Helen Burns. Colwell Live Stock AUCTION Classified Ads For Sale I AM .SELLING Hudson i-.nd Ter- raplarie cars. Ste rne before you buy Lloyd Grosb, Algona. 9-10* FOR .SALE Futuaie wood pric- . td to hell. I^tlivt-rtd or on the i troumi.-.Wm. lJun,i<l. Algona, 474-J V KITTENS- half grown, prttty ones, nice for pets, given to first ptr- ton applying. Call 113. 6-tf* WANTED—Man to tell our j.r ucu in Kostuth County. Car required. Writ* S. F Baker & <'.', Keokuk, Iowa, for partif u!ar* &-;'.•• FAf'.-M l^ANS—Ttn >tar farm Nicouijn. Peal E-'.ate, Algona IOAH FOR SALE 46 Barred "Rock laying pullets, culled and blood tested. C C. Baas. West Bend. 9-10* FOR SALE Used typewriter, standard Underwood, rebuilt. A good, low price on this machine, which cost $114 new. Inquire Algona Upper Des Moines. FOR SALE Registered Polled Shorthorn bulls. Also 25 bred ewes Setley Brott. 8* .SALK - l/htd Kadio.s: Philco battery set, Atwuter Kent battery set, .'i Gamble battery radios, several electric radios all priced to move. All in A-l condition. We trade. Terin.i. Thomas Radio Service, Iivington. Iowa 9 FOR SALE Large Holstem cow. fresh in two weeks. C. R. Schcby. AJg'Jna. 6* WANTED—We buy hides, itt u* first.—Joe Gretnberg, Algona. 3-tf REAL BARGAINS on good irn proved farms, also real buys on Algeria Jc-tA and homes.—KohJhaas Bros,, phone 23. 2O-tf Friday, March 4, 1938 \\> are having another one of our Urge wU«, M-lling un > kind of UvMtock. Our sale i» going ovt-r big rath wrek. Th« farm ule U nearly over, no thl« will be lh»fre*t place for buyer and teller to meet Wr have Uw buyers always You have the otofk, bring them in and be one of our naticfied con*lgnor». Th« farmer* are now buying work hor«-« a little better than earlier in the ttmtan. Bring in your horw«, will have w^tgon and harn«M to Mteft uut try before tottlement to iwked. Plan to ipend Friday •ftrrnoen at the Fair Ground. Out MOe ta larger and better imth week. Rfuuon No. l_ alwaj. »k*ty •< M***; Ke**«n .No. 2—plenty of buyer*, competitive MMtmg- RMUMW X*. *-;»»,, of experience keiling and butane** /n^Uukd* e**«l. ffeMilt*—aiway» a good sale. J TKKM>*—•f.iMti, wUlrrrwnU promptly. I H. M. Colwell, Mgr. 2 Iowa HUt* Bank, Clerk , Cfelwell Bro.. A u ,u. SArVWV^rVWWV £. C. Schwieterts, Burt, Entertained Burt: Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Schwietert entertained at a 500 party last Wednesday evening. Quests weffr the Messrs, and Mesdames Elza.:* Woltz, C. W. Kollasch, Julius Baas,' Carl Reynolds, H. E. Rachut, Henry Ewoldt, Algona, R. A. Bleich and daughter, Luella and Kather- Ine Manus. Mrs. Henry Ewoldt and- Julius Baas won high score pflzes and Mr. and Mrs. Elza Woltz wort. the low score prizes. Chorus Change Practice The Algona male chorus will meet Thursday night of this week at the high school, usual hour, instead of tonight (Tuesday) as Is usually the' case, Director Rasmussen wishes to» CORRECTION Last week It was stated in oun paper that P. L,. Fleming was the manager of the new West Bend liquor...store. It so happens thafi the store is not yet completed. A&P T £ Valu es HormePs loH <*. can Chicken ala King __33c Dlnty Moore 24 OB. can* Beef Stew ___2 for 27c 12 OB. can Horm'ePa Spam ____ Giant P. &G 6for23c Mild American Cheese Ib. 21c Ann Page Macaroni or ,* ,- rff Spaghetti 4-7 oz. pk 19c Ann Page Salad Dressing qt. jar 27c White House Evap. Milk 3 tall cans 20c Bine Roue Rice 4 Ibs. 18c Cold Stream Salmon 2-1 Ib cans 25c Ann Page Prepared 15% oz. ens Spaghetti 4 for 29c Sultana Tuna Fish 7 oz. can 15c lona / .Corn, Tomatoe* Si No. 2 cam Stringless Beans 2—15c lona Peas __3 No. 2 cans 25c Pout Toasties 13 oz. pkg. 9c 32 oc. pkjc*. Climalene 2 for 35c Bowlene 26 oz. can 17c Farmer- Con*amer Apple A Day Sale Fancy ft Extra Fancy Delicious APPLES 5 Ibs. 25c Idaho Potaotes 15 Ib. bag 29c 220 Sizo Oranges doz. 25c New Potatoes 5 Ibs. 25c &P FOOD STORES Owned and Operated by the Great AlUuiUc * Pacific Tea Co. i Got Bunions? Don't luffer another day. We carry Dr. Scholl't Bunion Re- , ducer, Leather Bun- £s ion Protector, Bunion Lotion and other helps for all typei and tuts of bunions, enlarged toe joint i, swelling!, etc. Let u» show you how Dr. Scholl will help you. We arc Headquarters for Dr. Scholl here. Brownell' NOTICE—Every want ad in Tht Upper t>es Moinek with 3400 c-irru- lation, IB picked up and carried without extra charge in The Saturday Shopper. 2000 blanket circulation of Algona and Algona routes Why be satinfied with less? Miscellaneous TO MY FRIENDS: I have opened a modern barber shop at my home, 220 North Junes on highway 169. I invite your patronage. Frank E*»- fer. j»' FOR HALE Alfalfa baled hay K H Peter. Lent Rock. ( J* i ANNOr.NfEMENT I am a candidate lor reelection its .supervisor of the third district on the iJernocratic ticket at the June primaries. Your support and vote will be appreciated. Wrn. Congrove. 7-tf FOR SALE Purebred Spotted! Poland brood sows. April farrow.— M L. Barton, mile south, quarter east. LuVerne. 6-6* KOK SALK The Yeman lots on .NV.rth Triori/jgton must he Mild to t IoM' the estate if iiiu-r*---ted. i>oe n:t at inn «• C ft Murlaxh. M LET US VULCANIZE those broken tires ami tubes. All work guar- 1 uijtttd Sampson Tire Service. 6-U' Lost and Pound .STOP AT Sa/npbCm'tt Tire Ser\KC and look over their lug grip tires for tiiiow and mud. 8-tf AX.NOI N'CEMK.NT I will be a candidate for retire- lion an county .supervisor from the .second district Your support will be greatly appreciated. --W. E. McDonald. 8-tf POLITICAL AXXOINCEMENT I will bt a candidate for reelection as county supervisor from the hrit district, in the forthcoming primary election.* Your support ;ir>J help will bt appreciated. —John Krater. g-tf For Your Car Wanted VVA,\TEl> Onl ti. Uo general bouse work Mr a J; nits F. Black. phone bF24, Algona. 6* PROP IN at Sampson'* Tire S*r- \ ice when in need bt a used tire or tube. . 6-tf CARROLL JOHNSON'S D-X Place, likes to see your shining face; Gas and Oil and Service Swell come in bum* day, we'll work like— March Bedding and & Linoleum Specials Price. Greatly Reduced for the Next 10 Days on Bedding Linoleum Cpngoleum Rugs In o«li?r to help the March 1st movers, we arc- offering these lines of mer-. rhaudtae at greatly reduced prices. Take Advantage of This Timely Sale Qet Our Low Price*. We Can Save You Money Foster Furniture Co.
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