The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 19, 1938 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 19, 1938
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa. April 19,1938 FOR CEMETERY Wesley Man Honors Memory of Wife by Making Presentation Wesley: At the annual meeting of the Wesley Evergreen Cemetery Association held at the Exchange State Bank Tuesday night, A. E. Giddings and John Carlson wer re-named trustees with the old of fleers being also renamed for the! positions, including A. E. Gidding president; Mrs. A. M. Lease, sec retary, and Mrs. L. L. Lease, trees urer. Guy M. Butts, Olaf Punne mark and John Carlson were nam ed on the cemetery committee anc will hire a caretaker and re-arrangv trees in the cemetery. A new two-acre plot of grounc directly east of the cemetery, a gif from Guy M. Butts as a memoria to his late wife, Mnyme Butts, who passed away a year ago will be landscaped and made in readiness for burial ground in the near future A public planting of trees anc shrubs will be held April 26th. Arrives in Florida Word was received here Thursday by the Al Wagners from their daughter. Nina Mae Wagner that she arrived safely r.. her destination, Rockledge. Floridti, that mom- ing, having left Wesley Monday by bus for Florida, where she is Visiting her grandparents, the Ben F. Felts, and an aunt, Mrs. Nina Ranck, at Rockledge. She expects to return to Wesley with the Felts in June. The Emil Westers expected to drive to Ames Saturday to spend the Easter week end with their daughter. Miss Leila Wester. The C. W. Goslins and the D. J Zerbes were in Mason City Friday. Saturday, the I. A. Gerdcs family spent the day in Mason City. Carl Franzen and two children. Enar and Helen, left Saturday for Minneapolis to spend Easter at the David Johnson home in Minneapolis. Mrs. R. B. Hopkins, who underwent an operation for gall bladder trouble two weeks ago, Is expected home Wednesday, from the Kossuth hospital in Algona. Miss Mary Sherman, operator in a beauty shop in Des Moines, spent from Friday until Tuesday this past week end here with her parents, the Henry Shermans. Fred A. Diekmann, Jr., arrived home last week for an indefinite stay, he having completed an 18 months' business course at the American Institute of Business in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kouba, Jr., nnd their two children, Shirley and Craig, left early Easter morning for Cottonwood, Minnesota, to spend 'he day in her parental home, the O. r". Melvolds. Leonard Alne, Mildred and Edward Funnemark arrived home from St. Olaf college nt Northfield, Minnesota, Wednesday for a week's vacation with home folks during the Easter season. About a dozen members of th American Legion Auxiliary met a the Mrs. Halvor Flom, Jr., home Wednesday for their monthly car pet rag and radio party. Mrs. Vitz thum and Mrs. H. H. Flom served refreshments. Sister Mary Nicholeta, Instructor of the seventh and eighth grades in the St. Joseph's parochial school submitted to an operation for gall stones at the Mercy hospital in Mason City, Wednesday morning. A substitute from the convent was to arrive over the week end to take up her work of teaching for the remainder of the year. Mrs. P. C. Haynes is hostess to the members of htr Aid cSrcle this week Wednesday. The Good Will ?roup are meeting at the Mrs. Al Wagner home with several of the other members joining in on the serving and with several groups of women invited in for the afternoon. One of the circles of the Corwith BURT COMMUNITY CLUB PLANNING CONCERTS, PICNIC IN NEAR FUTURE Aid was also invited and plan to attend. The regular monthly meeting of :he Parent Teachers Association will be held Monday night. April 8, at the school house instead oi at KJeinpeter's hall due to conflict- ng engagements at the hall. Beides a speaker and a musical pro;ram arrangements will be made or a nominating committee who will seek officers to be elected at he May meeting for the coming ear. Mrs. Vee Mullin is president nd Mrs. D. J. Zerbe, secretary; tfrs. Alfred Erdman, vice president nd Tom Forburger. treasurer. Lu Verne Cemetery Group Has Meeting Lu Verne: The April meeting of the LuVerne cemetery association was held Thursday afternoon at the community hall with a good attendance. Florence Hof presided at the business meeting where the report was given, that 17. S. Grant was beginning his work as sexton. In a short program Mrs. F. I. Chapman gave a reading and a girls' trio sang a number. A covered dish luncheon was served. Burt: The Community Club hat a dinner and meeting nt the Marvin Hotel last Wednesday evening Plans were made for having the usual weekly band concerts during the evening as usual. However, an effort is being made to secure a different place to hold them than formerly. The skating pond has been suggested as a possible place for holding them. Plans were also made for the annual community picnic, which has been held on the last day of school for several years. School closes May 26. Prepare for Operation George Koestler who had been confined to his bed for a week previous was taken to the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge last week Monday, where he has been taking treatment preparatory to an operation, which is planned for Wednesday. Mr. Koestler is in Fort Dodge with Mr. Koestler. Students Visit Homes Dean and Rachel Clapsaddle, who nre students at Iowa City, came lome Wednesday to spend the East- c r vacation with their parents. Dr. nnd Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle. Charles Hanna. who is also a student at he Iowa University is here visiting son were business visitors in Des Moines Thursday. IIIU J.UVY t» «_/•»»»»-• J -~ at the home of his mother, Mrs Maude Hanna. Katherine Elvidge student at Cedar Falls, is also horn for Easter, Marilyn Boettcher is sick with the mumps. The Busy Bee club met with Es ther Bahling Friday afternoon H L Sauermann. Sigourney came Friday to visit Burt relatives Mrs. Anna Ambrose, Des Moines is staying with Mr.s Ida Kuchen- reuther. The Hi-Low bridge club meet with Mrs. L. H. Schenck Monday afternoon. H. E. Rachut and G. W. Patter- Lotts Creek News BANKEBS LIFE FARM LOANS Low rate, leng term funds from en Itrerg See me for prompt closing, no Commission. EDWARD CAPESIUS Helse Bldg. Algona, Iowa 1-tf Mr, and Mrs. Christie Bauman were Monday evening visitors nt the Joe Leininger home. Next week there will be no school in the parochial school as the taech- er, Wm. Schmiel, will attend a conference. Mrs. A. L. Jackman received word that her father, James Cruik- , , at the home of his son, Arthur Cruikshank'of Algona. He Is under a nurse's care. Mr. and Mrs. Wilmar Wichtendahl, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Potratz, Bevery Ann and Bernice and Mr. nnd Mrs. Herbert Potratz and Edward were Monday evening visitors at the Richard Potratz home. Does Your Roof Leak? Put On Broad Shadow Barrett SHINGLES The aspliiili >liiii'j-|c with iltc huilHii >iiu<l<>\v \vliich fiihaiicfs tin- Ix-aiitv u|' tin- ni<if. Huilt for loii-i- life and water tiji-Jitiics.s as well as lire safety. Attractive colurs lo haruionixe with 1 lie color si-hem,- ,,f your home. Botsford Lumber Co. Phone I'.") Jim Pool Fenton Nine Wins From Grant, Loses To Bancroft, 10-2 Fenton r Fenton high school baseball players lost their first game of the season to Grant township last week Tuesday by a score of 8 to 4. Grant scored three runs in the first inning and Fenton failed to score until the third inning. Both teams played several misplays, Grant committing six errors and Fenton making five. Three triples were hit, Kollasch and W. Speicher of Grant each connecting for one and Gram- cnz of Fenton clouting the other. Geronsin and Schmidt pitched for Fenton and Anderson was Grant's hurler. Anderson struck out eight Fenton batters and the local pitchers fanned nine Grant hitters, Geronsin receiving credit for five and Schmidt for four. Other Fenton boys playing in this g%me were Vernon Ohm, Howard Schulte, Ed Grtin9r£t/ Arnold Drey<Mt Don Bergeson, Terence Padgett, Ernest Skare and Duane Wlddel. Thursday afternoon Fenton lost their second game whan they played Bancroft on the local diamond, the score being 10 to 2. Quilting Bee Hostess Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod entertained at a quilting bee last week Wednesday afternoon. Guests included Mosdames Fred Bohn. H. E. Tleim- ers. H. H. Ureycr, Henry Miller. Fred D:ui, Elsie Dreyer, W. V. Laage and the Misses Lorena Dreyer and Alvina Dreyer. A delicious luncheon was servile bv Mrs. Don Weisbrod and Florence Weisbrod. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. T. Kcnnedi were business visitors in Graet linger Friday afternoon. Raymond Hobson, Marcus, spent one day last week with his parents Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Hobson. Charlotte Warrior, a former Burt teacher, now teaching at Palmar came Thursday to spend Easter with old Burt friends. Maxine Schenck and Margaret Morness, who are employed in Chicago, came last Tuesday for a week's visit with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles MerrifteM, Algona, spent Thursday evening at the C. S. Coffin home. Mr. Merrifield is Mrs. Coffin's brother. The Fortnightly club met last Thursday with Mrs. L. A. Boettcher. Mrs. W. R. Carney entertained the Birthday circle Friday afternoon. The Presbyterian Mite society meets Wednesday afternoon at the manse. Mrs. J. M. Donis, Mrs. J. W. Dorrance, nnd Mrs. C. M. Bowie are hostesses. The C. O. Riddles moved last week to a farm south of Algona. The younger children are staying with their sister, Mrs. Elm%- Han- DRUG S TO R i <jl CENT SALE f exolt K. D* James FOR PRICE OF 1 BIG DAYS WEDNESDAY FR.DAY-S Agarex Compound A plriMnl.t.Hing £ A>$101 latttlre. m F rf 9F S I Full Hand Lotion" _5<*< - 3 Or. Still PtnturtAdhtsiv «nd lovely by using this lotion regularly. JI Wed. thru Sat 20, $1, 22, A 23 iw nttctfo* i TABLETS 50, Excellent for quick relief for the discomfort of coldi, heid- acbe«, neunlgiX eta) * KIXAU p*obueT v jUSAUttAUTYAIOS iss IF. Cream* f |i • sue •«• uvnMcr j ffm |F<u» Powder £* \Face Cream* *fr Origin* dinned luitjrc. »I< Seuvltary Nfcpklrvs ' Soft, abiorbcnt, 9f*t9 For minor con •«J •eritcbei. lOHtl WIDMISMY ONLY WW I IA Inr uetrttai M tk* If I taphaiita «Ttn trnttt m has the \\ stuff it III takes!" says 500-Mile Speedway's 1937 Winner, WILBUR SHA W. famed at a Great American Car Designer! • You'll get a friendly lift from (his » irai, tasty breakfast! It's rich in food energy, rich in flavor, yet coits only Vi cent per serving! Everyone, young and old, needs a daily supply of the precious Vitamin B, so rich in Quaker Oats, to combat nervousness, constipation and poor appetite! ...Order cither 2i4 minute quick-cook lag or regular Quaker Oats. I QUAKEB Q«5 Surprise for Frtnl Jacoli Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Johnson. Mi. and Mrs. E. J. Frank. Mr. and Mr.-. Chus. Newel, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jeiitz, Mr. and Mrs. George Jentz. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mr. and Mr.s. Amos Finnehtad. Mr. and Mrs. \V. V. Yager, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Krause, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jentz. Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Mueller, and Mr. and .Mrs. William Jentz went to Algona lust week Wednesday to .surprise Fri-d Jacob on hi.^ htithday anniversary. Five hundred \va n played at six tables, Mrs. I G. li. Johnson and Chas. N'ewi I v,'iiifiin« the hi^h srore prize and Mr.,. A. J. Krause, the low. Anna Finn entertained her hrid^ir i !ub at the G W. .\V\vel home la -t week Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. E. f. Weisbrod \ven'. to Minneapolis Thuisday to vi.-it until Sunday with .Stanley Miineli anil other relatives and friends K.a Xeilsen of Sj.oiiaue, Washington, i aint last wteii to spend the suinini r hi-re with her sifter. Mrs Arthur Hlei kwuiii of tlie F;iirviljL- neighborhood. Mane I'ertl. attending a school i for beauty culture in -Minneapolis. came home last Wednesday to { spend her Kastcr vacation with her I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Perti. K. K. Johnson, rneinbtr of the Wegener & Johnson stock buyer i. was a business visitor in Austin, Minnesota, Friday, where he deliver ed 100 head of cattle. He was accompanied to that place by F. H. Bohn. Mrs. Frank H-mpe! concluded her visit at the Alex Kadig and Emil l.aabs homes and with other relatives and returned to her home at 1'asadeiiat California, last week Thursday. Mrs. jieniuel is the former Hulda Itadig. Mrs. Wilbur Holldorf entertained tile Hook and Needle sewing circJe at her home last week Wednesday afternoon. Guests included Mr.-i. Art Mueller. Mrs. Chas. Glau ;, Afr.,. Sam Warner, Mrs. John Kramer. Mrs. C. G. Humphrey. Mr-,. Arnold Klatt and Mrs. John Gratn- CIIZ. Mrs. F. H. Bohn and Mr. and Mr.s. K. K. Johnson were Algona visitors Thursday. They were also callers I at the home of Mrs. Johnsons' par- i em-. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wtgener. Mr. WcKcner who suffered a neck injury live weeks ago, is improving, and expects to be up and around in a. Week. Mr. and Mrs. Art Matthia and I iinily of Fort JJodge and Harold and Krvm Matthis of Grand Forks, Montana, spent several days last week with Mrs. i-Jcnry MU-nke. Art Matthis is Mrs. Mienkt's brother and Harold and Krvin ure her nephews. They alJ n.-turn<;<J homt the first of the week excepting Ervin who will spend the summer here. son, until school is out. Mary Jean McDonald was 12 years old Monday and on Friday night entertained Ruth Carter, Shirley Hansen and Shirley Sewick at a slumber party at her home. Mrs. Fred Jennings was taken to the hospital for treatment last week Sunday. Mr. Jennings' sister, Mrs. Mamie Speicher, Fairmont, Minn., is staying at the Jennings' home. Mrs. P. F. Kriethe and daughter, Eugenia, Mr. and Mrs. Al Staehle and Ruth Hodgson were Des Moines visitors last Tuesday. Mr. Staehle who had been in poor health several weeks, entered the Veterans' hos- uital there for several weeks' treatment. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. O'Donnell, who have been staying with Mrs. 3'Donneli's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 3. C. Bierstedt, since their marriage a few months ago.moved onto their "arm near Lone Rock Thursday They have just built a new home nto which they moved. Glenna Ruth Woracn went to Dows. Thursday to visit until Sunday with friends. Donald Wordcn •ame home Thursday to visit un- II Sunday. Donald is a senior in he Dows school and remained to continue his school work there vhen the Wordens moved here. Mr nd Mrs. Worden took him back ina brought Glenna Ruth home on lunday. Mrs. B. W. Brooke and three daughters, Oriole, Dorothy and 3 hyllis went to Alta, Friday to ipend the week end with a cousin if Mrs. Brooke. Oriole teaches at rtorningslde College. 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