The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 15, 1938 · Page 5
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28AT'1RISrpARTYINOMON TWP. BY MOTHERS, DAUGHTERS JPhf Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, March 15,1938 Mrs. Louis Bode, Mae Etherington Were Hostesses on Thursday Union: Twenty-eight ladles were entertained last Thursday afternoon at an Irish club party by Mrs. Louis Bode and Miss Mae Etherington at the Bode home. Music on the piano "New Spring" •was given by Clara Thompson. Two Interesting papers on the Irish and •Scottish people were given by Bertha Sarchett and Mame Stelnman. Mrs. Robert Leason sang "Where the River Shannon V Plows" and Take Me Home Again Kathleen." Annie Laurie" was sung In unison as the closing number. A lunch in green and white, including "Irish Potatoes" was served by the hostesses. Shamrocks •were used as favors. Guests were "Mrs. Thompson, Mrs. Leason, Mrs. John Lamuth, Algona, Mrs. L. C. Puth, Gllmore City, and Mrs. DeLos Gardner, Union. The latter joined the club and is now a new member. The club was honored at this meeting besides gaining a new member to have one of its oldest club members present, Mrs. Louisa McNutt of Algona, who will be 80 years old Thursday, March 18th (St. years old Thursday, March 17th (St. Patrick's Day). She was born on St. Patrick's day "In the morning" true to the old saying. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Frank Hofliis with Louise McNutt as assisting hostess, March 24th. Iowa relics are to be brought by the members and put on display at this meeting. Busy Bee Pot Luck The Busy Bee club held a pot luck dinner at the home of Ida Winklo las| (week; The afternoon was spent at cards with four tables in play. Winners were: high. Abbio Tjaden and travel, Luella Schenrk. The next meeting will be at the home of Louise RomStad. Mrs. R. A. Harvey was on the sick list this past week. Miss Mary Fraser of Algona spent Tuesday of last week with her cousin, Mrs. Roy Sarchett. Andrew and Glen Burt and the latter's daughter, Elizabeth, all of Armstrong, visited at the Henry Tjadens Wednesday. Gertrude and Ida Stoffel are both assisting at the Wallburg lunch room while Mr. and Mrs. Sid Wallburg are on a visit in Illinois. A surprise birthday party for Henry Tjaden was given Saturday evening at the Tjaden home. Bridge was played. Ward Winkle won high for men and Msr. Claire Winkia high for the ladies. Mrs. Alfred Schenck was at Burt last Wednesday In the interest of the Brides' School and 4-H club -duties. The school was held last BANKERS LIFE FARM LOANS Low rate, tang term funds from an Iowa Company. See me for prompt closing, no Commission. EDWARD CAPESIUS HeUr Bid*. Algonu, Iowa 1-tf Saturday. Mrs. Schenck was to speak on "Silverware." Ruth Heerdt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Heerdt, won honors for herself and school District No. 4, when she placed among the ten highest In the recent county spell- Ing contest held In Algona. Jo*. Lichty of LuVerne Heads Co. Postmasters Joseph Lichty, of LuVerne, was elected president of the Kossuth County postmasters Tuesday night at the regular meeting at the home of Postmaster Ida Larson at Swea City. Evelyn Earing of l,one Rock was named vice president, and Herman Wise of Sexton, secretary and treasurer. Mrs. Maude Hanna of Burt and Mrs. Ella McDonald of Ledyard were the nominating committee. Mrs. Lucy Newville, Tlton- ka, vice president, presided at the meeting. _ Walter Leslie of Lakota, retiring president, who has served since the group was organized two years ago was unable to attend. Postmasters and assistants were present from LuVerne, Sexton. Titonka, Lone Rock, Ledyard and Burt. Plans were discussed for the district nv|3t.ing at Mason City April 8 where Postmaster Ida Larson state vice president, will be in charge. The district Includes Palo Alto, Emmet, Hancock, Humboldt Pocahontas, Winnebago, Cerro Gordo. Kossuth, Franklin. Wright and Worth counties. The group also inspected the Swea City office and agreed it was one of the nicest in this part of the state. Rudolph Wills Hosts at Bridge Union: Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Will entetrained at five tables of five hundred last Thursdny evening at their home. High scores were won by Mrs. Frank Hoflus and Stuart Thompson and low by Mrr Frank Thompson and Frank rloflus. Travel prize went to Mrs. Emil Stoffel. A two course lunch was served by the host and hostess. Seneca Family Settles in Ohio Seneca: The Loren Bycrs family, former Seneca residents, who left the fore part of February for the east to find a suitable climate for his health, have settled in HUls- boro. Ohio. Mrs. Clem Dotson Is In St. Paul caring for a sister-in-law who was aerlously burned by an explosion last fall. Florence .liooft returned to her home last week end from Cedar Falls where she ha* been attending college for the past 12 weeks. Florence Looft Is teaching the fifth and sixth grades in the Seneca (school for Miss Reglna Berens, who is on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Groen and daughter and Mrs. Sheldon Merrill spent Sunday at the parental S. L. Denton home near Wilmar, Minn. Nick Doocy went to Peotone, III., one day the past week to get his father, Tim Doocy, who accompanied the Loren Byers family to Ohio and came back as far as Peotone. Humboldt Old Timer Visit* in Algona Walter Brown of Dakota City Humboldt, was an Algona visitor Saturday, calling on his old friend Tom Sherman. Mr. Brown who came to Humboldt in 1878 with hi parents from New York State has now been a resident for 62 years and Is an authority on pioneers days in that vicinity. He and his father before him have owned and operated the water mill at Dakota City during the 62 years and it is stilf owned and operated by Mr. Brown Welcome Baby Son Mr. and Mrs. Everett Harris are the parents of a son, born March 2nd at the Harris home here. The newcomer has been named Alan Leroy. The Harris family includes one daughter, also, June Louise, aged nine. Mr. Harris is employed at the Richardson furniture store, and is a former deputy sheriff of Kossuth county. CEMETERY ASS'N LUVERNE ELECTS St. Patrick Theme Used; Honor Memory of Departed Member LuVerne: The cemetery association met at the community hall on Thursday afternoon with a large attendance. Miss Florence Hof, newly elected president, was in charge. A memorial service with silent prayer and the reading of the poem by Edgar Guest, "Just Away" was read by Mrs. F. I. Chapman in honor of/Mrs. William Miller, a member who had died last week. Committees were appointed for the year as follows: cabinet committee, Mrs. Fred Wolf, Mrs. I. H. Benedict, Mrs. P/C. Lichty and Mrs. D. C. Toohey; "Lest We Forget committee", Mrs. Charles Wolf and Mrs. George Tiede; plants for cemetery, Mrs. Gustave Baessler, Mrs. Henry Kubly and Mrs. Fred Schneider. After the business meeting a social hour was enjoyed and a covered dish lunch was served. The hostesses were Mrs. P. C. Lichty, Mrs. J. L. Lichty and Mrs. Gustave Baessler and the St. Patrick day color scheme was carried out in the table decorations. Mrs. D. C. Wer- merson, Mrs. H. H. Lichty and Mrs. Archie San ford will be the April hostesses. Notice! We are operating our hatchery as usual this season. Mr. Harvey Finley, an experienced hatchery operator and poultryman, is in charge. He will be glad to see you and to help you with any of your poultry problems. Call and see him at The Algona Hatchery Dab)' Chicks Custom Hatching, Brooder Houses and Stoves, Supplies and Feed. J. K. MASOX, Prop. If. FINLKY, Operator. Save on your Hybrid Seed Corn Iowa 931 and other strain* suitable for your locality. Leave your orders at our office or with our representative MR. L. M. OWEN Anderson Grain A Coal Co. Phono 308 Woman, 80, I* III Mrs. Catherine Marty has been on the sick list the past week and is still confined to her bed. She is past 80 years of age and is one of the pioneer women of LuVerne. Mrs. Kate Barton is helping to care for her. Mrs. Jennie Levier is also sick at her home here. Mrs. Hal Rogers Is helping to care for her. Mrs. Emma Voss, who bat been very ill with hearUdlseaM, U Improved' ana It up and around the house. Partnta of Sons Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Johnson are the parents of a boy born at an Algona hospital, Wednesday, March 10th. Mrs. Johnson was June Stoddard, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Jesse Stoddard. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Guy, Friday. Mr*. BockpH Entertains Mrs. John Bockes entertained the members of her club nt her home east of LuVerne Tuesday afternoon. The afternoon was spent socially and a dainty lunch was served. Miss Lena Wnrmbier gave a birthday party at her home here on Monday evening In honor of her mother's birthday, Mrs. Amelia Warmbier. She was 68 years old and has lived here many years. Mrs. Pearle Conoway attended the state convention of cosmetologists the first of the week. It was held in Des Moines. Gordon Dimler took part in a declamatory contest at Bode Thursday evening and won second place in the oratorical class with the selection, "Bloody Altars." Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Zentner drov3 to Foxholm. Minn.. Friday morn- Ing to attend the 25th wedding .anniversary of his sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Steussy. Meadames John Ramus, Lewis Wildin, Arthur Ramus, Clarence and Arthur Krause are hostesses to the Presbyterian Ladies' Aid at the community hall, Wednesday afternoon, March 16. Mr .and Mrs. Frank Biegger returned last week Tuesday from a three months' visit in the west. They visited in Marshfleld, Oregon, where they lived at one time and at other points coming home through Arizona and New Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Peterson, parents of Walter Peterson, local band instructor, Mrs. Jens Omvlg and Mr. and Mrs. Marion Peterson, came from Roland last week Tuesday evening to attend the concert given by the high school band. The farm bureau women of Humboldt township, south of LuVerne, studied the art of bread making with its modern trends, Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. H. E. Peitzke, under the leadership of Mrs. W. B. Murray and Mrs. Wilbur Kubly. The March meeting of the Evangelical Missionary society was held Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Wm. Woito with Anna Woilo as assistant hostess. Mrs. Fred Schmidt led the period of devotions and Mrs. Paul Blumer led the lesson, on Moslem Women. About 40 LuVerne people went to Livermore Thursday evening, joining with the Presbyterian congregation of that place in a supper and a service in which the sacrament of communion was observed under the direction of the Rev. E. E Hancock. The Hancocks left Saturday for Primrose, Nebraska, where Mrs. Hancock expect* to stay a month with her mother and Rev. Hancock will proceed to El Paso, Texas, to become pastor of a Presbyterian cnurch. Evelyn Cappel and Arlene Anther went to Independence to visit at the Cappel home for the week end. BRIDAL SHOWER 'AT SWEA CITY Former Hazel McGregor Guest of Honor, Gets Many Nice Gifts Swea-Eagle: Mrs. Charles McElwee, formerly Hazel McGregor, was honored at a miscellaneous shower at the community hall last Saturday afternoon. A color scheme of green and white was carried out. Games were part of the entertainment. Lunch was served to 60 guests. The recent bride received many fine gifts. The hostesses were Wesdames O. A. Jenson, Maynard Jenson, Joe Preston, H. Lindie. F. tsaacson, J. E. Harner, George •lamer, Henry McGregor, Lucille Devary, Theo. Plath and Emil Lnr- lon. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gurdet are the parents of a daughter born March 7th. Mr. and Mrs. Henry McGregor islted relative* at Good Thunder, Minn., last week Friday. Mrs. Harold Hewitt of Swea City and Miss June Latson were week nd visitors at Cedar Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Nelson of near Austin, Minn., visited the iValter Petersons last week Thursday. Patricia Kermady entered the Northwestern Koesuth county pelling cbntest at Algona last week Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Olson and son, Dennis, visited Mr. Olson's mother Mrs. Mary Olson, at Harvey, Iowa, last week Thursday. Mrs. Lyle Blair underwent an appendix operation at the Coleman hospital, Estherville last weolt Monday. She is recovering nicely. Lucille Evans, student at the Iowa State Teachers' College, Cedar Falls, visited last week end with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hv- ans. Mrs. Ruth Carlson and Erwin Rahe of Swea and Mrs. Cora Mather of Eagle have been named jurors for March term of court at Algona, March 28. The George Juhl family of near Ringsted have moved onto thr- O. A. Jenson farm vacated by the Gtis Torines, who moved onto a farnj in Plum Creek township. O. A. Jenson is building n hog- housp on the farm where his son, Virgil, lives. He expects to bnilcl one on the farm which he and his son. Maynard. operate. Mrs. J. E. Harner was pleasantly surprised when 51 of her friends came in last Thursday afternoon and helped her celebrate her birthday. A dish was presented her as a remembrance. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Grocn and daughter and Mrs. Sheldon Merrill visited last week in Willmar, Minn., at the home of Mrs. Groen's and Mrs. Merrill's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Denton. Anthon Gurdet returned home last week Tuesday from St. Paul, when; he sold some cattle. He stopped at Mankato and visited his daughters. Nellie and Mary, who are students at Mankato Business College. Several Seriously 111 at Livermore Livermorc: The continued serious illness of two aged women .-.f Livermore, has brought relatives lj their bedsides, with no hope of the recovery of either. Mrs. Nicholas Rles, who is at F'ort Dodge following an operation ot a week ago, is lingering with little hope for her recovery. Mrs. Rles is 83. Mrs. Emil Welter, •» daughter of Ltvermore, has bo«n constantly with her mother. Another aged woman, Mrs. Hans Brovold, 91, who is In the horn: of a son here, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Brovold, was stricken with a heart attack. Little hope is held for her improvement. Mrs. Mont Dunning of Clarion, and Mrs. Cliris Anderson, of Ottosen, both daughters, are here at the bedside of their mother Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hanson s^ent the week end at Orang? City. While there they attended the silver wedding anniversary of Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Rosebloom. who nrt> ol<l friends of Mrs. Hanscn. She \v,is a school teacher at Orange City. "QUAKER OATS Read The Want Ads—It Paya is a Great Breakfast," fays DICK MERRILL, Trans-Atlantic Ocean Flyer, who hold* tht All- Time Record for turn •accetifal Atlantic Kocnd- Trip*! • You can't beat • Quaker Oats breakfast for that warm, friendly lift on a cold, cheerless morning . . . It's rich in food-energy, rich in flavor, and costs only Vi cent per portion ... Besides, Quaker Oats is abundant in Nature's Vitamin B —the precious vitamin that doctors »ay you should 1>ave daily to combat nervousness and poor appetite! Give youngsters this Breakfast of Great Americans. Rich in food en ergy. Rich in fit vorl The one end only Quaker OatsI Used Tractor BARGAINS! 3--F-I2 Farms Its. 3Hognlar FarmalK Model D John rWn> tractors. John IVoro (Jf>iif>ral Purpose. , YDUCWJGET . / TOERE.ON A HOT/: BRMKfAST! BRACES-UPA/ERVES& D/GEST/OM 10-L'O's. I 1034 long wheel-base International dual wheel truck with all now tires ami (Mass I) license. Very low mileage. 1 Short wheelbase 4-Cylinder International truck with box. These tractors and trucks lave all been completely re- •onditioned and are in first- 'laas shape. CORWITH Implement Co. CORWITH. IOWA THE MANAGEMENT AND EMPLOYEES OF THIS STORE TAKE PLEASURE IN FRANK ZENDER "BUD"ZENDEB ZENDER The New Firm of ZENDER'S "Swing, into Spring" with new ideas for you as well as the Store. OUR POLICY "Courtesy to All." In ItoeU. a little thing, but It surely add, f the common comfort of our dally lite. "Values Supreme in CloHiw for Men and Boy,", and we mean "Values Supreme" regardless of price range. We are going to continue to handle only nationally known and Briyidi-il merchandise, priced right.. A few of these lines are Kuppenheimer, Griffon and Varsity Town Suits and Topcoat* Arrow nnd Fruit-of-the-Loom Shlrti Arrow nnd Cheney Tics, Crosby Snuare Shoes, Stetson and LaStille Hats, Mun- slngwear and Goodridi Rubber Footwear. OUE DOOR IS OPEN, WE EXTEND A HAND OF WELCOME, COME AND BE OUR GUEST THURSDAY, MARCH 17th Our Store is completely stocked with the finest in new Spring Clothes GABARDINES Be a "G-man" ("gabardine man) this season. Wear a gabardine woven of flue worsted yarn, not the kind that soon bags, sags, wrinkles and cockles. In rich solid colors aiid novel pattern effects. Sport and plain back. 24.50 to 29.50 TWISTS Heally three yarns in one— 3 separate long wool fibres, twisted together in a cable- like manner to give this fabric a colorful, rugged individuality and unusual resistance to wear. Wear a tri-ply twist. 22.50 to 29.50 WORSTEDS The kind of rich worsteds and subtle patterns that you envy on those friends' of yours. The cream of the f;ib- lic crop, deftly tailored, authentically styled; precisely fitted—but modestly jtriced. See these new herringbones, stripes and checks 19.50 to 35.00 Free Favors and Gifts for Men and W omen for the Men We have ordered a special supply of tine, mellow cigar.-, cellophane wrapped, especially for you. Come in and see u-. It's Open House Day for the Women Our store has not forgotten the ladies, who know Zender's well as a good place t" shop. A beautiful flower f»r each lailv. Thursday. ZENDER'S FOR VALUES SUPREME IN CLOTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS PAT CUIXKN LABSLABSON 4

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