The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 8, 1938 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 8, 1938
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PRIZES AWARDED '^frl^st?™ 1 ™ 1 " 8 * 1 Esther GoeUch, Waterloo, has I her The Algona Upper Des Moines. Algona. Iowa. March 8,1938 )oris gai,*,™, Richard Brink Win Honors in « Club Contest LuVerne: At an assembly on \ ess** afternoon the awards for igllsh students were given Th» says were on the subject, ••Edu- tlng for Peace" and the contest u sponsored by the Tuesday club, ,. t Jlti P _ r ° gress ' v A Woman's club. P hostesses. There were 26 members of the wh« =fV j^ Ladle9> Ald society, J T w«5? i C u u he meetln B «t the WprfnT^ Rh » home in AI K° na Ia « Wednesday. Mrs. H. M. Colwell a a Tf er , L U Verne resident, was the assistant hostess to Doris * •** oo~** u *'*'i* O11U II, d prize of $1.00* to Richard the county contest R^nara inks essay was awarded second Teams Break Even 'j k uV £ rn , e bask etball teams .u ;.' flnal game of t]! 6 season the home floor last week Tues• evening. There were four ics with LuVerne losing two and Inlng two. The Renwick junior team won n to 8, the Vernon -h grade team defeated the local :h graders 21 to 10. The high •I boys' game was 32 to 15 at final gun In favor of the local "/."t! 5 i he LuVer "e Kirls de- id the Renwick girls 48 to 4. Aaron Steussy is spending time visiting friends in Chi- Iward Lindebak is home for a ». • h °°' band furnished evening's entertainment at the gymnasium Tuesday night The due°t an director. [Birthday Party at Lotts Creek Home Lotts Creek: A birthday partv was held at the Carl Zumach home il'fK '" h ° nor of Mrs s birthday. Those present "•"•Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lielen- er and Mr. and Mrs. Prank Schallln of Algona, Rosa Ohm of Fort Dodge, the Art Zumach's and Wm Zumachs of Lotts Creek and the Herman Luedtkes of Fenton The £y,m in il WnS Spent at 60 °- Mrs A 't Zumach received chair prize, Mrs. Robert Llesener high for the lad ies and Robert Liesener high for men. OF MARCH 1ST ! Cem-1 Wesley: With the first week in larch well over, many farms are Blng tenanted by different families, and among movers In this territory are the Geo. Poxes who moved to Kanawha, with the Vincent Eisenbachers farming the farm vacated by the Pox family. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hammond moved onto the farm vacated by the James Brophys west of Sexton, who moved to a farm near Burt which they bought a year or more ago. The Sabo Hillingas moved to Algona, nnd Mr. and Mrs. William Cook moved from the insurance farm east of town to the Crystal Lake territory. r. and Mrs. Louis R. Wingert eo to the John Seaman farm southwest of town vacated by the Lon Gouge family who moved to the farm north of Wesley vacated by the J. P. Cruise family who moved to a farm north of Brltt recently purchased by her brother. Guy Aldrlch. Ben J. Wessels of Tl- tonka has leased the place vacated m n , A WingertS ' T " e Ed Wol f» moved to near Burt with the Robert Gross family of Burt going to the Wolf farm. >°£ l l"! £ arm vac «ted by the A. i. Venteichers who went to Osage the George Seabergs of Clarke. S.' D.. are living. The J. R. Wisemans moved to near Corwlth. The farm vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Ray Black who moved to one of their own near Lone Rock, is being tenanted bv the Henry Mertz family. John Knapper and family live on the farm vacated by the Clarence Wellands who moved to Brltt. Mrs. Louis Bode Union Club Host on This Thusrday Union: The Union Mothers and Daughters club will be entertained at the home of Mrs. Louis Bode on Thursday afternoon with Mae Etherington assisting hostess. The program will be as follows: limericks for roll call; papers on the Real Irish by Bertha Sarchet and The Scottish People by Mayme Stein man with vocal music by Katherine Leason and Opal Bourne Bernard Bode started work on Monday morning for John Weydert south and west of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Elston and Mrs. Mayme Hoflus, Gilmore City, spent Sunday at the Frank Hoflus home. Mrs. N. J. Krieps and Mrs. Frank Hofius drove to Fairmont, Minn., last Wednesday where they consulted a doctor. Mrs. Krieps returned on Thursday for some minor surgery, being able to return to her home here Saturday. Mi Frank Kouba. Jr., and Sam Alne drove to Des Moines Friday where they spent the day on business. Miss Beatrice Emory celebrated nor tenth birthday anniversary on Wednesday by inviting in a group of her playmates after school. Special Lenten services are beins observed at the St. Joseph's Catholic church with special services each Sunday evening, Wednesday evening and Friday mornings. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Wingert, Louis B. \Vingert and Julius Studer attended the funeral of their relative, Joseph Wingert held at the Sacred Heart church in Fort Dodge Saturday morning at 9:30. Bernard Erdmann and his roommate and Miss Mary Ellen Bottom and her roommate, all of the Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Foils, spent the week end here nt the home of their parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. George Hildman and Mrs. Edward Hildmann returned home Thursday from Gilbert where w? y »u n "o e . ndcd the fun *ral of John Wlrth 89, at the Sts. Peter and Paul s Catholic church. Mr. Wirth Is an uncle of the Mesdamcs Hildmann. And Here's Where Nobody Moved Gerled : March moving time presented no problems in this vicinity as no one moved. Evidently we all feel we have reached the greener pastures at last when we got to Gerled. HA1TIE WARD, BDRU BRIDE Weds Clifford Schrader, Burt. Business Man, on Thursday Burt: Hattie Ward, who for the past ten years has been employed as telephone operator here, has given up her position and on Thursday afternoon at the Presbyterian manse she was married to Cliffor. Schrader. son of Mr. and Mrs. C M. Schrader, and proprietor of thi Schrader Hardware and plumbing shop. The Rev. j. M . ^ ma perK formed the wedding ceremony. The couple was attended by Mrs M. I Lichter and Charles Schrader brother of the groom. The bride wore a gown of rose belgo crepe. The newlyweds went to Milwaukee for a few days. Upon their return they will be at home "r^MrTc^S^. b ° UEht 150 At ChurcJT Dinner in Burt Vt at Dinner Twenty-seven persons sat down to dinner and supper at the D. O Frlets home Sunday. Those pres ent were the Wm. Peterson family and Mr. Peterson's brother, the Oleson family from near Bancrof and the three Oleson sisters who drove down from St. Paul Saturday and returned Sunday evening. They were accompanied by two cousins and a girl friend. Mrs. Thackeray and the Lawrence Mayne family visited relatives in Esthervllle Sunday. Mrs. Finn and Mrs. Albert Fricts attended church in Swea City Sunday afternoon and were at the Will Evans home west of Swea City. Portland Twp. U; Mrs. A. M. Lease entertained the members of her Study club Thursday afternoon at her home with Mrs. E. M. Olson and Mrs. Alfred Krdmann In charge of the lesson on Women In Aviation." Following the literary period, lunch wa» serv- Mrs. Will Grover is recovering from an attack of lumbago. Ralph and Everett Shipler families moved to near Lakota March 1st. Alfred Godfredsons visited Friday at the Pete Godfredsons, Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Owen visited Tuesday afternoon with the Will I G rovers. Burt: About 150 attended the annual birthday dinner, which was served by the Mite society at the Presbyterian church Thursday evening. After the dinner the following program was given: piano solo by Eugenia Krlethe; vocal solos, "O. Danny Boy," and "What Is There in the Heart of a Rose" by Mary Ann Smith; reading by Richard Brayton; quartette by Erna Baars, June Rash. Ruth Thompson and Mary Ann Smith; song by Marilyn Boettcher and Robert j\ e / and a shit bv Allce Eighme and Mrs. J. T. Heaney. Reelect Whittemore Conservation Heads Whittemore: About 40 member* of the Whittemore unit of the Conservation League met in the city hall Thursday night. President Otto Harm called the meeting to order and the minutes of the last meeting were read by Secretary Erwin Siems. Officers for the ensuing year were elected which nil succeeded themselves, as follows: Otto Harm, president; Erwin Siems, secretary and treasurer; Oscnr Poirot director. Oscar Poirot and Otto Hahn wer. elected as directors out of this unit to meet with two men from everj unit in the county. It was also decided to hold another crow hunt this year. Sides will be chosen and Henry Hahn and Eugene Martini were elected captains for the two sides. March 20th will be the final day to sign up and the crow hunting season closes May 31. Mrs. H. C. Meyer received a message last week from Yakima, Washington, stating that her son Gerhard Ehlers, died Feb. 23 from pneumonia. He left here about 15 years ago. home from Mason City where she had been the past seven weeks assisting in the care of her daughter, Aline, who had been seriously ill with streptococcic infection of her head and throat since December. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cosgrove entertained at six tables of 500 at their home Sunday evening. Feb. 27. The travel prize went to Mrs. Ralph Stoll, high to Mrs. O. E. Holt and low to Mrs. Amos^Angle. High for men went to Rimer Peterson and low to Ed Wolf. The A. B. Venteichers who vacat- ed the farm recently purchased by Peter Seaberg. moved March 1 to a farm at StaryvHle, Iowa, near Osage. They have lived on this farm for the pnst nine years and the.r many friends here wish them success In (heir new home Mr and Mrs. Don Mertz nnd Mr and Mrs. Dean Andrews of Hurt spent Tuesday in Mason City Mr and Mrs. Dean Andrews have been Poan residents the past two years nnd moved March 1st to their "farm npnr Burt. The Bill Dnchen family will .urupy the farm vacated by th'<» Pcnn Andrews. Doan News w» Leander Seefeld was ill the past week with tonsilltis. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Martinek spent Tuesday with their daughter. Aline in Mason City. Mrs. Rae Smith was hostess to the Aid Thursday, March 2, and a pot luck lunch was served. The Ed Wolf family who have farmed the past two years on what is known as part of the Seefeld estate. moved to a farm* in Portland township recently. Mr. and Mrs. Gross of near Bancroft will occupy farm vacated by them. Mrs. A. J. Martinek returned is the breakfast _____ ___ . _ I bank on *ays Great American All-Star Quarterback, of '*' \' SYLVANIA OIL ailable at the ird Service Sign < to all the other outlets excellent product has >fl*S*d tor sale regularly. This i WTW buying convenience for j fcdr*ho want only the finest " i motor oil. QUAKER STATE MOTOR OIL NOW SOLD BY STANDARD! ArriniemenU have bnn cpmDltMd between Standard OU Company of Indiana and Quaker State Oil HeOnlng Corporation under which tbe 0«f« State oil. and (reaaei •111 be distributed br Stand- lid In addition to the regular line of ISO-VIS motor oU and other Standard produeU I Jhkh^wlll continue"to be Standard official* itated hat tho moie wat made In I eeotnltton of a definite pref- I rente on the part of many I jmtumeri for a Pennsylvania Standard will recommend I tie Quaker State product* a* I he highest quality Pennirl- I anla lubricant*, moit widely inrlbuted and favored with he beit public acceptance ' any mch product* on th* | fANDARD OIL COMPANY - . Mrs. Anthony Johnson has bee sick with an infected gland In he throat the past several weeks an Is confined to her bed most of th time. Mr. Johnson who is employ ed In a blacksmith shop at Ottose spent the week end here with hi family. Mrs. Raymond Ricke spent th past week with her parents nt Will iams, her father, Jack Sherman, be ing critically 111 and part of th time In an oxygen tent. Several o the Sherman nnd Matern relatives drove down for n visit at the Sher man home during the week Little Betty Ricke wns being cared for by her great-grandmother, Mrs Elizabeth Matern, during her mother s absence. Miss Donna Haynes, 13 year old daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. P C Haynes and an eighth grader, won the spelling bee contest in the Wesley public school Thursday morn- Ing and represented the local school nt the Kossuth county spelling contest at Algona Monday morning. Thayer Mullin won honors for second plnce and Jean Bottom, third. The word missed by her predecessors was "predecessor." Among those from Ottosen who attended the girls' slate basketball tournament at Des Moines recently were: Supt. and Mrs. Truesdeil, Frances Enockson, Gladys Lovig Vivian Purdy, Gladys «atern, Dtn- nia Purdy, Merle Holt and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Enockson. Mrs. Ruth Sparks, who ha been ill with the flu for past tw weeks, had her throat lanced Sat urday forenoon. Announcement We announce our association for offering to property owners in Algona and surrounding territory a reliable service for painting, paper hanging, and decorating needs. We are experienced and guarantee a satisfactory job at a price satisfactory to the customer. We will be pleased to give you a free estimate on any decorating work you have. No ob- ligat ion. We have all had up to 15 years experience in the work, and are well qualified by experience and training to give you a quality job quickly and neatly. liable Decorators Mr. and Mrs. Tom Clayton wen- Tuesday dinner guests at the Sam Winchells. A group of 30 neighbors held a farewell party at the Tom Claytons Sunday evening. ^Mr. and Mr». W. J. Stewart spent Thursday evening at the Jini Christiansens, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Watson and daughter, Lucille, visited relatives Sunday at Hayward, Minn. Mrs. G. O .McFarland assister Mrs. Walter Faulstich with getting settled in their new home. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Clayton am son, Lawrence, were Tuesday sup. per guests at the Gco. Lannings. Mrs. Ralph Roberts and Mrs. Gco Lannings quited Thursday afternoon for Mrs. Alfred Godfredson. Herman Schroeder .shelled corn or C. E. Sigsbee, Thursday. This s n very good time to shell outsid- tored corn. Ronald Elvidge and Howard Sigs- drove to Cedar Falls Friday and >rought Kathryn Elvidge home for he week end. John Hoeck from near b..ncroft s the new man at the Stanley Keiths, the Cavetts having moveil o the Lakota vicinity. Mrs. E. L. Dittmer, Mrs. Ray Mc- Vhorter and Mrs. Martin Becker at- endcd the county federation meet- g in Algona, Tuesday. John Trunkhill was able to come ionic again Friday after having been taken to the hospital in Algon-i for further treatment for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Heldt and family moved to the Rny McWhor er farm where Mr. Heldt and his so VV alter, have employment for th reason. A family named Fry from De Moines ore now employed at th Wayne Ktlths' where "Butch" Ne son worked, he having moved to th Manna Ranch, LuVerne. C. E. Sigsbees spent Sunday wit the Albert Granzow's Algona. Th ladies are sisters. The mother, Mr Kate Dittmer and daughter. Emm Dittmer. spent Monday at the C E Sigsbee home. Mrs. Henry Smith, Mrs. Ralp Roberts, Mrs. Alfred Godfredson went to Armstrong with the Ton Claytons when they moved March 1st, and helped them get settled ii their new home. Mrs. Clarence Larsen and Mrs Harold Nelson and son. Water loo, came Thursday night for i visit until Sunday with their par ents. the S. M. Petersons. Mrs Peterson has been bedfast for several weeks. Bobby, the small son of Mr. and Wrs. Victor Applegate, who underwent an appendectomy a week ago Saturday, was able to come home ast Sunday. Friends hope this will lis turning point to better health as he just recently recovered from meumoiiia and prior to that suf- ered a stvere attack of scarlet ever. 4000 Beautifully Styled DAYTIME DRESSES •Mothers by the millions gnc this wonderful whole-grain cereal to children because it's so rich in food energy, so rich in flavor. Yet costs but Vi cent per portion. I |., ere is no other oatmeal like Quaker Oats!. ..And Quaker Oats has the extra value of Nature's Vitamin B- the precious vitamin you need daily to combat nervousness, constipation, poor *p- petitel...Layin ~. ^t*i f a supply to,1 it's away to »ve money I I ON WIN, day! 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