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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, March 15,1938 CANNING MEAT, WOMANINJURED Mrs. Herman Luedtke was Burned in face at Lotts Creek Letts Creek: Mrs. Herman Leudtke was badly burned in her face while she was canning meat recently. She was putting on a self- sealing lid On the Jar and after shte had it on tight, the led flew up in her face. Walter Krause, Hugo Faulstich and Ernest Behrends went to Fairmont Tuesday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Art Zumach took their son, Gerald, to Rochester, as he had a piece of whistle In his lungs. It was removed and they returned home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz have rented rooms in the Fred Mittag residence where they moved Tuesday. Mrs. Henry Schultz of Whittemore and Mrs. Richard Potratz helped paper some rooms Long's Put Variety In Your Lenten Meals Your Lenten meals can be dellclously and healthfully different by adding a touch of variety to the daily meal. Ask for our Lenten recipe book. New* Items of Fenton Vicinity OH Company Meeting The Penton Home Oil Company held Its annual meeting Thursday afternoon In the high school gymnasium. The mam business part of the meeting was the annual election of officers, which were all reelcted: J. T. Walte, president and director; R. A. Huskamp, vice president and director; A. H. Krause, John Wegener and fid Welsbrtfd, directors; A. H. Hanna Is secretary and treasurer and G. R. Krause Is manager. Howard Rabey of Cedar Falls vteted recently at the E. J. Frank honie. The Walter Ohm family are now living In upstairs rooms at the Carl Prlebe home. Mrs. Walter Wlddel visited with Mrs. Carrie Haase at Algona last week Tuesday. W. V. Yager attended a Farm Bureau oil meeting, at Storm Lake last week Tuesday. Eugene Newel went to Des Moines Wednesday evening to attend the state basketball tournament Mrs. John Verbrugge of Ami' Strictly Fresh EGOS 15c, 16c, 18c American CHEESE Ib. 25c Fancy Swiss CHEESE pkg. 23c Fresh Caught TROUT Ib. 25c Dellclou* PERCH Ib. 24c Fmh Sliced SALMON Ib. 28c Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bell and family of Wntttemwf* and the Clarence, Btnll and Ferdinand Bierstedt families all of Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Wander, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Schwartt, went to Des Moines Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Wander will visit their #M», Carol, employed by an insurance company there and the Sehwart* will visit Mrs. Schwartz's slates, Edith Laage and other relatives. They all attended some of the state basketball tournament games, and returned home Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. B. K. Bannson of Burt entertained the Fenton couplet, Tuesday evening bridge club at their home last week Tuesday evening. In addition to the club members, Dr. and Mrs. S. W. Meyers of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Newel, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mueller and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Widdel of Fenton were guests. Mrs. George Jentz and Alvin Zumach won the high score prize and Mrs. Raymond Stoeber and Clarence Osborn the low. Dr. Meyers was given a special prize. SPAGHETTI -pkg. 5c SPAGHETTI, can lOc Shortcut MACARONI _.pkg. 5c Long's Food Shop Phone 23 4 215 Many Deliveries It Will Pay You to Take Your Eggs Here strong spent last week Tuesday with .her daughter, Mrs. Oliver Stoeber. Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Tatum and Anna Finn went to Des Moines on Friday evening to attend the tournament basketball game. Mr .and Mrs. H. A. Lee of Rlng- sted moved Into rooms at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Welsbrod. Mr. Lee Is a Ford salesman. Myrtle Hanna of near Lone Rock Is the new teacher in the Ed Schlei school two miles south of Fenton, formerly taught by June Welsbrod. The Rev. and Mrs. J. G. Waterman spent last week Friday to Saturday with Mrs. Watterman's sister Mrs. E. L. Timmons at Ocheydan. Mrs. E. M. Jensen, and her mother, Mrs. Osher and Mrs. William Krause of Lone Rock visited the latter's daughter, Mrs. R. L. Padgett, last week Monday. Ruby Hantelman, student at a business college In Des Moines, came home Friday morning to spend the week end with her mother, Mrs. Katie Hantelman. Ed Llndsey, Bob Schwartz, Harold and Charles and Arthur Glaus visited their former basketball coach, Gerald Agard, at West Bend last, week Monday evening. Mrs. Robert Bleckwenn and Mrs. Arthur Voigt returned home Thursday from Rochester, Minn., where Mrs. Bleckwenn submitted to an operation at the Mayo hospital. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Newel and son, Franklin, and Mrs. Kate Newel of Hartley were Thursday evening supper guests at the Chas. Newel home while attending to business matters. Mrs. Otto Borchardt and infant daughter, Yvonne Vivian, returned home Friday from the McCreery hospital, Whittemore. Mrs. L. E. Mueller 4s caring for Mrs. Borchardt and daughter. Mrs. A. J. Krause entertained the Sew and So club at her home Wednesday afternoon. Bridge wa« the diversion with Kra. Alvln Zumach wteatat* tt*Hisjta ««»»»» Mw. R. L. Padgett the low. Fenton friends of the Ed Dehnen family were pleased to hear thai the daughter. Doris, was judged Kossuth's best speller at the spell- Ing contest held last week Monday in the court house, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. T. O. McFall of Cedar Rapids arrived here last week Tuesday for a visit at the parenta T. N. McFall home and with other relatives. Mr. McFall Is in the em ploy of the postofflce departmen at Cedar Rapiub. Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod entertained her bridge club Friday afternoon Mrs. A. J. Krause and Mrs. Harry Wlddel won the high and second high score prizes respectively. Mrs H. A. Lee and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeb er played for absent members. H. H. Dreyer and daughter, Ruth went to Des Moines early Saturday and returned Saturday evening ac companled by Mr. Dreyer-s daugh ter, Alice, a student nurse in tn Iowa Lutheran hospital, who spen the Sunday here with her parents Leona Baggo, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Hans Baggo, who llv west of Fenton, won the Emme county high school champlonshi last week Tuesday in a contest hel< at Estherville. Miss Baago is senior In the Rtngsted high schoo Mrs Katie Hantelman, Mrs. Olaf Norland, Mrs. Ernest Votteler. Mrs. Daniel Hantelman and George Slems went to Rochester, Minn, Thursday where they visited R. D. Wehrspann, a patient In the Mayo clinic. Mr. Wehrspann is recovering nicely from a siege of pneumonia. August Bierstedt was taken by surprise last week Tuesday evening when a group of relatives gathered at his home to celebrate his blrtn- day anniversary. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bierstedt and Bridal Shower At Swea City For Velda Johns Swea City: Miss Velda Johns was honored by a miscellaneous shower t the Legion hall Thursday. The hostesses were Mesdamen PI J. Helmke, James Doocy, Tim Doocy, ,nd Mrs. Geo. Johnson. Miss Johns is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will Johns of north Seneca. She recently graduated from Paul's Beauty School In rlinneaplolls and later worked in a i'alrmont beauty shop. She will be married later this month to Frank Simon, a young man near Fairmont. Winners of Contest Winners In the essay contest sponsored in the high school by the Thursday club were Mary Schroeder, first; Ada Uhr, second, and Melvin Krumm, third. This contest Is one of the projects of the County Federation of Woman'* clubs. The subject for the essays was "Peace or War." The prize- winning essays were read and cash >rizes were awarded at the regular •neetlng of the Thursday club at .he home of Mrs. R. M. Minkel, on Thursday at which tmle Miss Buer- klns, principal at the high school, gave a short talk explaining how ;he work and judging was conducted. The local essay work was In charge of Mrs. Herman Bowman, ably assisted by Supt Schuler and Miss Gladys Buerkins. The essay winning first in the county was written by Alice Budlong of Titonka. who Is a niece of Mrs. Harold Jones. Ada Uhr, who won second place here, placed third In the county. C H. Kessler was In Storm Lake on business the first of last week. Twenty young people were In attendance at the B. Y. P. U. party at the Guild hall Thursday evening. Mr. and Mra. Burdetu Anderson and On-M ehUdrra oT »•*••* C»t* were guests Sunday of the Selmer Uhr family. Supt. Schuler took the Swea City Trojans to the state tournament on Friday. Keith Griffith, one of the players, was unable to go because of illness. Harold Applequist, who has been working In the Emmetsburg store, was brought home Saturday suffering from an attack of inflammatory rheumatism. The Woman's Missionary society of the Immanuel Lutheran church will meet March 17th. The host- eases are Mrs. Sam Rystad, Mrs. Albln Peterson. Mrs. Andrew Larson, Mrs. Martin Dahl and Miss Emma Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bowman were In Des Moines Sunday and Monday attending a cosmetologists' convention. They were accompanied on the trip by two brothers-in-law, Milton Dahl of Algona and Art Peterson of Swea City. Nels Bartelson returned to Swea City Friday after having spent the winter as.caretaker of a summer resort near Walker, Minn. Incidentally this resort is only a ihort distance from the cave where the kidnapper held Ross captive for several days before he was taken into Wisconsin. The Rev. and Mrs. R. P. Bron- lewee went to Goldfield Thursday to be present at a reception given the new pastor of the Baptist church there. Mr. Bronlewee is moderator of the Northern Association and gave the welcoming address. Incidentally, the Goldfield church was Mr. Bronlewee's first charge and was the girlhood church-home of Mrs. Bronlewee. MAN INJURED, 25 HENS DIE, IN FIRE Kennit Johnson Hurt at Lou Speckman Place in Brooder Pire Corwlth-Falrview: Kermlt Johnson has been getting around on crutches the past week when the ligaments were torn loose in his foot when he slipped Into a hole while assisting In removing chickens from a chicken and brooder house belonging to Lou Speckman. The chicken house caught on fire from a stove used to warm the building. Twenty-five of the hens were smothered before they could be removed. Mr. Speckman had built the house only last year. , Given Blood Transfusion Mrs. Ted May was given a blood transfusion at the Mercy hospital in Mason City where she was taken last week. Home from Hospital Charles Oxley was brought home from the hospital at Iowa City this week, where he had been for the past two weeks. Mr. Oxley Is recovering from a major operation which was performed at the University hospital at Iowa City. Second In Declam In a sub-district declamatory contest held at Bode Thursday evening, Maxine Perkins took second place in the dramatic section. Maxine had placed first In the contest at Corwith and first at LuVerne with the selection "Honey." March Movers Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Gordon, Jr., have moved Into the tenant house on the George Jesse farm and will work for Mr. Jesse this season. Mr. and Mrs. Marks have moved into the house on the Chambers farm vacated by the Gordons and Mr. and Mrs. Hudson have moved from north of Algona Into one of the tenant houses on the Harry Chambers farm. Mr. and Mrs. Waltham have moved on the farm vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Marr. Mrs. Leonard Mullins and Mrs. Harry Chambers drove to West Bend Friday afternoon to bring Frances Chambers home for the week end. Miss Chambers teaches in the public school at West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Bastlan and daughter Rennie Lou of Humboldt visited Monday at the R. Masterson home. Henry Marr baled hay this week on a farm near Renwlck. The hay belonged to Arthur Kraft, who recently moved from Renwick to the Falrview vicinity. Word has been received here from Claude Peterson that Mrs. Peterson, who is at Rochester, has undergone a.major operation and that both before and after the operation a blood transfusion had been necessary. The children ar- at the home of their grandparents. WESLEY NEWS TSrd Birthday Mrs. Joseph Hauptmann was overjoyed at being pleasantly surprised on her TSrd birthday anniversary last Tuesday, March 8th, when her daughter, Elizabeth, who at present is home with her parents, invited in a group of relatives to spend the afternoon. Those present included Ed Hauptmflnn and two children of Corwith, the J. P. Hauptmanns, Mrs. Lou Hsuptmann, Mrs. James Haverly, Mrs. Francis Hauptmann, Mrs. John A. Hauptmann, all of Wesley, Mrs. John Carrothers and Mrs. Bert Jones of Garner. A five o'clock supper was served. To lows City Mrs. Joe Nlckey left Friday afternoon for Iowa City to visit her husband, who Is confined to a hospital there. She was accompanied by the lady teachers of the public school, the Misses Johnson, Stage, Boyer, Schutter and Shannahan who SANFORD'S ANNIVERSARY A party was held «t the .Iftmes Hudsons. Burt, to celebrate the wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Frnnk Snnford of LuVerne. Attending were the Snnfords, Mr. and Mrs. Curl Johnson, Otto and Esther Hnnsen of St. Benedict, Em- II Hnnsen of Wesley, Ira Hudson of Irvington. Cards were played, and a lunch served by Mrs. Hudson and Mrs. Johnson, late In the evening. A birthday party for Harold Olson and Dean Brown was given at the home of Mrs. Mayme Severns Tuesday evening. The occasion was Mr. Olson's 29th birthday and Mr. Brown's 24th birthday. The evening was spent at 500 after which the hostess and Mrs. Olson served a delightful lunch. Mrs. Bemis Host To Sexton Aid Sexton: The home project group met at the home of Mrs. Sim Bemi*. Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Bemis, Mrs. Herman Wise and Mrs. John Huff as hostesses. Mrs. Herman Wise gave an article on the decorating of rooms in the home, wallpaper, pictures and so forth, also the artistic placing of rugs and furniture. Following this, refreshments were served by the hostesses. A number plan to attend Achievement Day at Burt, April 8th. Mrs. A. L. Greenfield has been sick since last week Saturday. Part of the time she has been bedfast. Mrs. Jacob Weaver was brought home from Iowa City, where she had brWrWrWrW-y Announcement I Have Leased The CHAMPLIN BULK and OIL STATION On State Street Old Champlin customers will he welcome at all times and we cordially invite new tines to try our products. James Elhert will he in charge of our service department. Greasing Brake Work Batteries Washing Tires George J. Stewart ! Phone 798 Harlan & State LONE ROCK NEWS gone for treatment. She is not nuch improved. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven spent Wednesday at Mapleton, Minn., with Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steven and children. Mrs. Sarah Wise will entertain the Sexton Aid at her home next week Thursday afternoon, March 17th. Everyone Invited. Mrs. W. C. Taylor and Mrs. A. L. Greenfield and Edith spent Friday afternoon with Mrs. Oscar Hammond. Mr. and Mr«. Clern Cunningham, Irvington, were also there. 38M08X8BX8X8KKKJCKK8X83C went as far as Wllliamsburg where some of the group were to visit during the week end at the Shannahan parental home. Miss Boyer also expected to join her sister, Elma, n teacher at Hampton, and then go on to their home at Mount Vernon. Coach Wesley Baddeley spent the week end at the home of his parents at Williams, Iowa, The Misses Louise, Kathryn and Anna Hauptly were visitors In Algona Thursday afternoon. Mra. D. J. Zerbe entertained the members of her Thursday afternoon bridge club Friday evening. Calix Bauer of Good Thunder, Minn., visited a day recently here with his brother, R. C. Bauer. Mrs. Marie Kunz and her mother, Mrs. John Anderson spent a day- last week at Emmetsburg visiting former friends of Mrs. Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Alne and two rthlldren drove to Pilot Grove, Minn., Sunday to spend the day visiting at the Gerhard Skartland home. Miss Martha Haynes spent last week at Algona visiting former Iowa Falls friends, the RnymonrJ Beamish family. Mrs. K. R. Richardson enjoyed n j visit from her mother. Mrs. Car- loll of Blooming Prairie. Minn., who spent last week here with her daughter. , (Miss Fidelia Skow spent last week here witfi her parents enjoying a week's vacation from school duties at Waldorf College, where she is a freshman. Supt. and Mrs. E. D. Ravlin with their daughter, Eileen, drove to Rochester. Minn., Saturday to consult doctors in regard to an eye correction needed by Eileen. Mrs. John Amesbury is visiting at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Amesbury at Algona while Mr. Amesbury is being employed at Cleghorn, Iowa, in a hardware store. Mr. and Mrs. August Engstrom have beenjnade grandparents again through the birth of a son, Allen LeRoy, born to Mr. and Mrs. Everett Harris at Algona, March 2nd. Mrs. Tom McMahon entertained , tn« member* of tor afUrnoon Slilg* club Th^«day with MM. L. T. Root receiving high score price and Mrs. R. C. Bauer, second high. Mrs. H. H. Raney was a guest of the club. Julius Kunz of Davenport spent the week end here with his family as did their son, Julius, Jr., who attends Iowa State University at Iowa City. Father and son return ed to their respective duties Sunday afternoon. Leonard Gesme of Emmons, Minn., visited several hours with his sister, Mrs. L. L. Lease, Friday while a friend, Mr. Slmthhuber drove on to West Bend to get his daughter who teaches school there to spend her week end with her parents at Emmons. Julius Monson who had the misfortune of breaking several of the bones In his ankle while pract- Ing basketball at Corwith, was able to return to his school duties one day last week. The ankle had been placed In a cast, but that was released last week. Twelve women attended the March Auxiliary meeting held at the Mrs. R. C. Bauer home Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Alfred Erdmann read a very well preparec paper on "National Defense" anc following the work period, lunch was served by Mrs. Bauer and Mrs J. P. Hauptmann. A. A. Krueger attended a Standard Oil meeting at Algona Thursday Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hurlburt of Glldden, spent from Thursday to Sunday at the J. M. Blanchards. Mra. Eugene Pearson, accompanied by Mrs. John Dempsey and Mrs. Ray Snyder, spent last Tuesday afternoon at Fairmont. Jesse Blanchard, Clarence Ackerson, Ronald ChrUtensen, Leon Lareon and George Ditsworth, Bancroft, drove to Des Moines Friday to attend the state basketball tournament. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Pearson to Rochester Saturday where they got Mr. and Mrs. Alex Krueger, who have been there for the past few weeks. Mr. Krueger was a patient at the hospital. All returned home Saturday. The Mothers club met with Mrs. J. M. Blanchard last Wednesday with Mm. Chester Alme assisting. Mrs. A. A. Krueger gave a paper on Infant Care. Mrs. Harlan Blanchard demonstrated patterns given at the home-project meetings. The next meeting will be with Mrs. N. L. Cotton. The junior class play, "Thai's One on Bill," was presented Wednesday night at the school auditorium under the direction of Leona Schullz. Tb« Rhythm Racketeers, consist ing of the third and fourth grade pupil*, played between acts, and a freshman trio consisting of Georgette Bannick, Bernice Pomps and Doris Blanchard fca.'ig. WEST BEND NEWS Mrs. Hattie Sprank and chiklrei made business trips to Mankato and Rochester last Wednesday. Miss Rose Esterline, stenograph er in the Iowa State Bank here, is on the sick list this week. Enid Doyle is doing her work in her absence. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Munson and Eon, Robert, were business visitors in Algona Wednesday. Mr. Muni>on was closing up some of his real estate deals. Mrs. Sam Banwart is very ill at her home here. Her granddaughter, Evelyn Franks, who Is a traip- ed nurse in Sioux City, has been railed home to take care of her. The Delta Alphas held their regular monthly social evening at the home of Mrs. Richard Cleul with | Mm. Myron Boos and Miss Frances Chambers as assisting hostesses. A seven o'clock dinner was served by the hostesses. Mrs. Arthur Zinnel and her father. Henry Eisler, drove to Jackson, Minn., Friday to consult specialists regarding Mr. Eisler's health. He had his tonsils burned some time ugo and went back fur a check up. He is 76 years old. Mrs. Kathryn Grippen and her daughter. Marjorie. and Miss Bernice Ludwig, local beauty parlor operators, drove to Des Moiiiett, Saturday to attend a convention. They were accompanied by Mrs. B. F. McFariund and granddaughter. Natalie Tinsley. who will visit nieces of Mrs. McFarlarid. HOLEPROOF All through the doy . . . until you tumble into bed . . - these fine, sheer crepes occenluole the beauty of smart, proud legs. Three-thread . . . clear . . . dull . . and the crepe twist lengthens In the smartest shades .. 1.1 National Used Car Exchange Week cleared our decks for ACTION National Used Car Exchange Week was a great break for you who have been thinking about buying a new 19S8 Ford V-8. Thin «aJ« moved many of our tned cars—and put us In fine shape to make you an attractive offer on your present car. We're anxious to trade for additional cnrs, •o we're set to offer you a- deal you'll like. Spring arrives officially next week, and you'll want to be ready for It with your new car. It all add* up to make thin the right time for action! Come In and drive both the new Ford V-8 cars for 1988. The 85 h. p. DeLuxe lifts low- price motoring to new levels of luxury. TTic new Standard, available with either engine size, is "Public Economy No. 1' with the 60 h. p. V-8 engine. Owners m«y 22 to 27 miles per gallon. No matter which Ford V-8 you rhoone, you'll own the Quality Car In the Low Price Field. 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