The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 5, 1938 · Page 2
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County Bankers Met Tuesday At Whittetnore Hote Whittemore: Tuesday evening o last week a county Bankers' meet Ing was held in the office of th Farmers' State Bank. A dinne was served at the Iowa Hotel. Mr Bunce, deputy superintendent o banking, gave a short talk. Mr Rachut of Burt is president of the county organization and John Uhl enhake of Whittemore is secretary Settle Church Matter* The second quarterly meeting o. the voting members of St. Paul's Lutheran congregation was held in the Lutheran school hall Sunday The meeting was opened by President Erwin Stems and different matters were discussed and it wns voted on to have the west district of the ministers' conference held in 'the Whittemore church the last week in August, and it was also decided to hold the annual school picnic in the George Maahs grove June 5th. There were 66 members present and 43 absent. The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, April 5,1938 Mrs. Herman Voigt is lip and around again after being confined to her bed the past week. Rosella Voigt who is employed in Algona, came home to spend tht week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hansen and daughter. Irene of Algona were Friday evening callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt. Edna Schultz. who is employed at the Harold Neville home In Algona, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schulti. Tommy Farrell and James Fandel and Raymond Besch all of Trinity College, Sioux City and Bernlce Farrell of Cherokee junior college came home over the week end with their respective parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Farrell. Mr. and Mrs. William Fandel, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Besch, and Mr. and Mrs.' Art Ba!n,er and dnughters of Mij.le Mill .spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Bnlmer's parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Meine. Mr. nnd Mrs. Lloyd Walker and Dorothy Sebers of Algonn spent the week end at the parental home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Heidenwith. Both Mrs. Walker and Mrs. Sebers are employed as clerks in the Christonsen Bros, store in Algona during the fire sale. ST. JOE NEWS Attend Carroll Fimornl Mr. and Mrs. Charles Plathe and son. Vernon. Herman Thilg.?s from here, and Mrs. Peter Mertz frsm West Bend attended the funeral ol Ed Rehker in Carroll. Mrs. R^h- ker is a cousin of Char'pj Plathe and Mrs. Peter Mert/,. He WHS buried Wednesday morning in Mt Carmel cemetery, Cai-roll. JENNIEBARTLETT, WEST BEND LADY, DIES AT NEWTON Resident For 25 Years Had Moved Away 5 Weeks Ago Mr. and Mrs. George Thul spent last Sunday at the Ed Thtcl home near Clarion. Mrs. M. Hanifan attended the 'uneral of Rev. George Costella at ^ohrville. Iowa. Monday. Mrs. lanifan accompanied the Wonder- y family of Livermore. Francis and Edward Froehlich who have been visiting in this vicinity for the past three weeks, eft Monday for Firesteol. South Dakota, where they plan to visit a short time before returning to their home in Marquis, St-ikntchrwfin. Canada. Mrs. Charles Plathe entertained Thursday afternoon at two tables of bridge. Those present were Mrs. John Fraser. Mrs. John Weydert. Mrs. Lou Matern. Mrs. Louis Germann, Mrs. Rudy Willrett. Mrs. Martha Morgan, Mrs. Laura Dehnert and Mrs. Elmer Gronbach. Mrs. Lou Matern received high prize, and Mrs. Louis Germann received low prize, with Mrs. Elmer Gronbach receiving the guest prize. A delicious lunch was served bv Mrs Plathe. West Bend: Miss Jennie Bnrtlett was buried from the funeral home at Newton. Sunday, after her death which followed a short illness from pneumonia. Miss Bartlett who was 85 years old, was a resident of West Bend until about five weeks ago. She and her brother, E. F. t who is also aged, have lived in West Bend for mort than 25 years. They were stockholders in the defunct Union State Bank. The last of February they sold their home and household effects and went to Newton to live with a niece, because of their advanced age and poor health of Mr. Bartlett. Miss Bartlett caught cold at the sale and after going to Newton, Ms developed into pneumonia, and she was taken to a hospital, where she passed awny Friday. The many friends of Miss Bartlett regret the passing of this beloved lady. Home for %'islt Clifford Munson arrived horn from Herman, Minn., for a sho visit with home folks. He has bee employed in a bank at that plac but received such a small salar he quit his job and is looking fo another one. He has some goo< prospects and hopes to land on soon. Cliff as he is known to hi many friends, is a fine young man and steady in his habits, and shoul land n job very soon. business visitors in Algona Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Axel Hansen and daughter, Jimnlta, were businej visitors in Emmetsburg, Tuesday Mr. Hansen is the assessor here. Miss Gezlna Schutter, a teacher in the Wesley school, came home Friday evening to spend the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Jerry Schutter. Dr. and Mrs. H. Frank Given attended the show "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" at Emmetsburg Friday evening. The doctor thought this was quite a show for the kiddie* to see. Mrs. Oscar Maberry is slowly improving from an attack of scr.r- let fever. She has been having throat infection and heart trouble as complications. The family is still under quarantine. Mr. and Mrs. Vane Graham are moving this week to Conrad, Iowa where Mr. Graham will' be associated with his father, Eugene Graham in the garage. He has been in the Joe Anliker garage here as a mechanic. LaVaugh Riley of Livermore spent Thursday night at the home of his grandparents, Wm. Rileys ^aVaugh leaves this Tuesday for he naval training school in Chi:ago, where he will spend three months. From there after a short urlough. he will be transferred to Santiago. There other Livermore oys are in training at the present ime. LaVaugh was sick at the ime the other boys went. Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Graham wer i \ The New Spring Season Ushers in the At Algona's Newest Store BJUSTROM' Manufacturers 9 Representatives Plum Creek Club Elects Mrs. Bode As New President Irvington: The Plum Creek Liter ary society met with Mrs. Mai Fitzgerald as hostess last Wednes day. March 30. This was a combination meeting including the one to have been held with Mrs. Ruth Davidson on March 2nd. * The program Included a "History of Iowa' by Mrs. Sadie Hopkins and "Plum Creek's Old Indian Battleground' by Mrs. Laura Benschoter. Mrs Lewis McWhorter gave a very interesting talk on "Our State Safety Program." The remainder of the afternoon was spent with the election of officers for the new club year which are: Mrs. H. J. Bod-;, •resident; Mrs. Sadie Hopkins, first •ice president; Elsie Wiilrett, second vice president; Mrs. Ethel ohnson. third vice president; Mrs. Mrs. Lora Raney. asistant secretary nd Mrs. Nellie McWhorter. cor- esponding secretary. Welcome Baby Girl Mr. and Mrs. Clarence D< trick re the parents of a fine new baby irl born Monday a week ago. They ow have a family of two boys and vo girls. Mrs. Henry Aman is aring for the mother and b;iby. I Dining Room Suites Newest streamlined beauty, but at much lower prices than you expected to pay for nationally known suites . . . beautiful woods, styles . . . see them for yourself Regular $112'50 Suite 89 .50 Living Room Suites Standard mad,. . . . >nirdily ,-,,u>inirted . . . allraetive styles and • •overs . i-oiir.-areliil in>pe,-ii.,n i- invited . . . we have a roiii|,l<-t« line, and cut in-ly new. SJ>.-» Suit*'* for S4»*».r»O *!.•»!» Snil<»s for .SI2.~».OO For a complete line of Home Furnishings see Us RUGS • CONGOLEUMS - TABLES CHAIRS • CABINETS • LAMPS Buy at Bjustrom's and Save Change In Meeting Members of the Plum Creek Literary society are requested to note the change made for the April 13th meeting. The program has this meeting scheduled to be held v/ith Mrs. Grace Phillips, however Mrs. VioJa Kain, who was to have had the May 25th meeting has exchanged dates with Mrs. Phillips and the meeting will be held at the Plum Creek center school on April 13th A change ol program is also contemplated. Ralph Lage was busy last week one day doing repair work on telephone lilt' No. 14. Pery Phillips has been assisting the past week at the Galbraith pool hall in Algona due to the illness of Bert Galbraith. Mrs. Hugh Raney and her mother. Mrs. Gardner motored to Mason City last Thursday where Mrs. Gardner received treatments for an *ye disorder. The Levi Hendron family moved last week to a farm near Watersville. Minn., the trip being made by truck. Two of the girls iccom- panied their parents, but the youngest one will remain, staying with her grandmother, Mrs. Campbell to finish out the school year. Nicholas Becker Of St. Joe to be Ordained May 1 St. Joe: Father Theobald was informed that Nicholas J. Becker will be ordained to the priesthood on May 1st in Siou.x City and will read his first Mass in St. Joseph's church here on May 4th. Nicholas Becker attended seminary at St. Mary's in Baltimore, Maryland. iiuinis of .Murrliige Banns of marriage were published Sunday in St. Joseph's church for the first time for Keginu Lenertz. oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Lenertz and Calvin Bode of Algona. Hay Gales is up and around again after his recent pneumonia attack. Peter Bormann. Jr., is driving a new Dodge sedan purchased last week. Susie Friders is keeping house for her brother, Harold and Edmond Friders. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Nellia of West Bend were visitors at the Joe Stattleman home Sunday. Mrs. Jirn L>evine of Humboldt, mother of William Devine from here was quite sick the past week. Mrs. John Fuhrmann is planning on spending the next several weeks visiting with her children at their homes. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hennifent uf froxholm. Minn., left Sunday morn! mg after a short visit at the Orviile Wagners. Nellie Hanifan from LeMars is visiting with her mother. Mrs. M. Hanifan at the Mrs. John Fuhrmann home. Mrs. George Thul accompanied Francis and Edward Froelilich to their home at Marquis, Saskatchewan. Canada. Monday. Mr. and Mrs. James Becker and daughters, Annette und Ruth Ann were last Sunday dinner guests at the home of Anna Kayser. Mrs. Theresu Hammer returned to tlie John Hammer home at Jrv- mgtort, Friday afternoon after spending the past week at the Win. Hammer home. Mrs. (Jus Bosalis from Cherokee visited several days the [just week at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. George LenerU at Livermore and Ted Wugner home near Lu- Verne. She returned home Friday. Mrs. Herlev Neilsen from Bradgate accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. William Hammer drove to Fort Dodge Tuesday where Mr. Hammer is receiving treatments from a nose specialist. Mr. and Mrs. otto ilennifent of Foxholm, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tsharr and daughter from Rice, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Glen Francis and family.from Corwith, Margaret Schroeder from Wesley, Mrs. Mary Kinkade from West Bend, Nick Schroeder from Pierce, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding and fam- ily from' Whittemore were Saturday evening visitors at the Orville Wagner home. Betty and Maxlne Devine visited at the R. H. Skilling home last Monday evening. Geo. Godfrey, Ames, spent the week end here looking after his farm Interests. Mrs. J. A. Johnson and Shirley Weber were 111 and confined to their homes several days last week. Mrs. Hugh Raney and daughter, Norma. and Mrs. Eva Gardner were Mason City visitors last week Wednesday. Seeding in this vicinity is well under way. Cold weather during the latter part of the week caused some delay. Electricians arc working at the wiring of the buildings on the old Urch farm. Leslie Jenkins Is living on this farm this year. Ruth Black and Marguerite Skill- Ing returned to Mallard and Gnaws, respectively, after spring vacation spent with their parents here. S. J. Devine and Mrs. R. H. Skilling were called to Humboldt last week Wednesday because of the serious illness of their mother, Mrs. Mary Devine. Several from this vicinity attended the county meeting held at the Algona high school Tuosday evening. The purpose of the meeting was to explain and discuss the. new farm program. New Arrivals in Wearing Apparel SMART DRESSES Gayly Designed For Easter Adorable jacket dresses in superb high shades . . . (•harming cape models . . . smart redingote types in gay contrasts . . . clever bolero styles . . . frocks in .stunning monotone prints... popular navies... marvelous crepes . . . schiffley embroidered marquisettes —all new for Easter. . SUPERB EASTER ARRIVALS Flattering Coats Easter Bags 1.00 With accessories tying in so closely with your costume, you'll want one of these bags In black, brown, red, blue, or gray. New shapes In patent or grain leathers. Dressy or Sport Styles Marvelous dressy coats for Easter . . . jaunty sport models . . . coats in smart eponge fabric—featuring flattering new silhouettes . . . gorgeous bright colors and navy . . . expert tailoring . . . clever details. They're worth decidedly more. SUITS MAN TAILORED TO FIT PERFECTLY You simply MUST have a smart man- tailored suit for Easter. You'll admire their slim waistlines . . . their dandy serviceable fabrics . . . their stunning shades and patterns. Such values are a welcome surprise. New Easter Hats in glorious new styles 1.95 2.95 All are brand new, advance season styles . . . specially purchased for this event—delightfully trimmed with flowers, veils, and pins. New braids, straws and combinations in every wanted shade. Jewelry 1.00 Novelty Gold and silver finished Bracelets, Pins, Clips, Necklaces, Brooches, to put sparkle in your Easter costume. Handkerchiefs Hemstitched LJnena! Linen PlnU! ,10c 25c Beautiful prints or plain white handkerchiefs— you'll want to match or harmonize with spring frocks—wash fast prints, every thread pure linen. NEW FABRIC Gloves 49c 79c Gay styles with novelty cufts . . . elaborately stitched in new style details . . lovely colors in Bengalines, woven fabrics and novel weaves. Luxite H Undi es fx* Lovely garments of exquisite daintiness—made for the eareful purse that still insists on quality. Fashioned of finest rayons . . . carefully cut . . . trimly designed . . . and expertly made. Briefs, Panties, Stepins ea Luxite Spun-Lo. The finest run-resistant, shrink-proof rayon fabric is featured in these garments. Lovely Streamlining Satin Stripes Briefs, Panties, Gowns in pastel Stepins, each; shades 69c '1.69 PBIAfC'KHS BLIPS! Of lovely Luxite Fil d'or fabrics _ that ne»ds no ironing— 1 shadow panel, preshrunk A» Satin Slips Brassiere Top four gore 1.69 Department Stores Algona, Iowa For Easter Glamor Be serenely correct in HOLEPROOF SHEERS 79c -1.00 They'11 add the final effective note of charm to your new Easter costume . .. these exquisite sheers by Holepmof. Their clear, dull sheerness is suhtle flattery to. alluring legs . . . slim, sleek ankles. In the newest authentic colors. 9 to 10*4 '"" " " -"• •• New Blouses Frilly or tailored styles 1.00

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