The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 26, 1938 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 26, 1938
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FORTY LADIES AT PORTLAND MEET To'Secure Prizes for Winners of Coming Health Contest Portland: Forty women attended a Portland Progress club meeting Thursday, April 21st, at Mr*. Garnie Hood's. Roll call was answered with Bible verses. A poem was read by Mrs. C. Ringsdorf and a very Interesting paper was prepared and read on the Resurrection of Christ by Mrs. Wm. Ringsdorf. Plans were completed and a committee appointed to buy prizes for pupils in the eight schools of the township, who have the highest scores in a health contest conducted by the eight teachers during the present term of school. A lunch was served. Assisting hostesses were Mesdames G. O. McFarland, <C. Bolle, Ivan and Cecil Long. fona Godfredfton is 20 A very enjoyable birthday party -was given, honoring lona Godfredson on her 20th birthday a week ago Thursday by Mrs. Sam Winchell. Twelve ladles were guests. Table decorations and favors were very attractive and were carried out in a charming manner. The Russ Shtpler family is enjoying the comforts of a new Ford Eddie Stewart, Cedar Falls senior student, made a recent visit with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. C. Ringsdorf and family were Wednesday guests at the Alfred Godfredsons. Mesdames Will and Donald Ringsdorf made a business trip to Lone Rock Friday last week. John Trunkhlll was able to be brought home from Kossuth hospital last Wednesday evening. He is slowly recuperating and should be all through with operations. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Arendt entertained at Sunday dinner. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Peter Arendt and family, Miss Rose and Christine Arendt, also Harold Boches and daughter, Judy, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nelson and baby, Waterloo, catne last Saturday for a short visit with the S. M. Petersons. They returned home on Sunday and Mrs. Peterson accompanied them fdr a visit- Mrs. V. A. Smith, son John and daughter, Josephine, Milwaukee, apent five days with the Will Grovers, recently. Mrs. Smith is the Grover daughter, Zada, and her vis- Its are very much enjoyed by family and friends. One day last week while Mrs.) Robert Harvey was at the home of her parents, the Joe Zankes, she became ill and It was necessary to call a doctor. After a few days she was taken home and is now apparently recovered. Relatives of Mrs. George banning held a Smith family reunion at the Lannlng home a week ago Sunday, The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, April 26,1938 THE MODERN SMITHY— Tom Wilkinson, horseshoer deluxe of Lake Villa, 111., flew to New York to keep an appointment with his elite horse customers competing In a horse show at Atlantic City. Wilkinson has contracts to keep the champions of the show ring in shoes. On this trip he carried special shoes, forged at his blacksmith shop/ for King of Plains, champion hackney harness pony. Golden Avalanche, three gaited saddle champion, and Delaine Hour, five gaited saddle champion. Those attending were the Guy Smith family and Mrs. Anna Smith, Humboldt; John Sriebers, Livermore and George Goddens, Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zanke are each year adding more improvements to their modernized farm. This spring they put out Chinese elm trees on the west side to provide a wind break. Mrs. Zanke adds new flowers each year to her flower garden and lawn. Miss Letha Mann took "her pupils to the woods for the noon hour last Wednesday. On the hillsides the "children picked wind flowers and buttercups and In the shady nooks, the violets and Dutchman's breeches. They all came back to school refreshed and ready for work. Mrs. Jake Smith spent Tuesday afternoon with Alfred Godfredson. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Cook, of Stickney, S. D., came last Tuesday for a visit of several weeks with their daughter, Mrs. Ralph Roberts, and will also make a visit in Illinois before returning home. Mrs. C. E. Sigsbee's mother, Mrs. Kate Dittmer and Miss Josephine Dittmer, Algona, spent Saturday at the C. E. Slgsbees. On Sunday all went to Lone Rock and celebrated three birthdays, C. E. Sigsbee's, his son, Howard's, and daughter (Nina) Mrs. Ray Bieratedt'a at the Bier-1 •tedt home. i UNION CLUB TO HONORMOTHERS May 5th Program at Good Hope Planned; 35 at Session Thursday Union: Thirty-five members and guests of the Mothers and Daughters club enjoyed an afternoon meeting at the home of Mrs. Mnme Winkel last Thursday, April 21st Mrs. Frances Gould assisted. Roll call was American Wonders. The program consisted of.a piano number, "Moonlight and Shadows" by Francse Winkel; a song, "The Sunshine of Your Smile" was sung by Evelyn Capesius, accompanied by Miss Winkel at the piano; an articles, "Where Do We Get Our Prejudices, by Julia Taylor. A talk, "The Oregon Trail" was given by Marie Bode. Group singing followed with pioneer songs. Miss Cloye Zentner at the piano. A tray lunch was served by the hostesses. Guests were Mrs. Frank Capesius and daughter, Evelyn, of Rich Point; Mrs. Julius Winkel, Mrs. Lawrence Winkel and small son, and Mrs. Ira Kohl, Algona; Cloye Zentner, Wlnnebago, Minn.; Mrs. Albert Gould and sons, Ronald and Da.Tell, Union; Mrs. W. I. Dodda and daughter, Margaret, Union; Mrs. Murl Potter, Humboldt and Mrs. Peter Erpelding, Union. The next meeting will be May 6th. It will be a Mothers Day tea to be held at the community room of Good Hope with the usual custom, each member to bring a guest preferably a mother. Committees In charge follow; reception, Mary Wood and Helen Vogel; program. Mary Sarchett and Norma Bailey; menu, Bertha Sarchett and Anna Marlow, and decoration, Mabel Tjaden and Mamie Winkel. Busy Bee Club The Busy Bee club was entertained recently by Winifred Long. Games were played during the afternoon. The next meeting will be at the home of Esther Bahling. No Mothers Day tea has been planned by the club this year. . Mr. and Mrs. George Kohl were visitors at the Geo. Fandel home near Rodman recently, Mrs. Murl Potter of Humboldt was a guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Reid Thursday. Miss Mae Etherington, who Is employed at the Kossuth hospital in Algona and Miss Cloye Zentner of Winnebago, Minn., were guests on Friday at the Wm. Etherington home. Mrs. Mary Keefe spent last Wednesday with her son, Robert and wife, here. She has been staying at the home of her daughter, Mrs. John Scholtes, In Algona, during the winter months. Mrs. R. B. Hopkins returned to her home here Tuesday evening from the Kossuth hospital, where •he had been two weeks following a major operation. Gives Fire Alarm, Lotts Creek Farm Lotts Creek: Elmer Pljahn while coming home from Whlttemore on Wednesday night, noticed a fire on the Herman Lauck farm. He aroused them from their sleep. They had the misfortune of losing a brooder house and 500 chickens, which were all feathered out. Mrs. Everett Dreyer and Mrs. Paul Eigler were at the home of Mrs. John Kohlwes, Thursday, to help her with some of the spring cleaning. Mr. and Mrs. Schmiel, Mrs. Alex Radig, and Mrs. Augufct Pijahn drove to Milford Monday to get some shrubbery with which to decorate the church grounds. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reifen returned to their home in Brainerd, Minn., Wednesday after spending a few days with relatives and friends in Lotts Creek, Whittemore and Algona. Mrs. Reifen is better known as Caroline Peril, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Peril of Whitlemore. Portland Twp. Luther Fairbanks, reserve army lieutenant, left Thursday morning for Kansas City, Mo., In answer to a message from Capt. Wlsehart, Richards Field, Kansas City. An airplane was sent to Fort Dodge to take Mr. Fairbanks to Kansas City for further information as to where he will be stationed in the air service. Last Sunday visitors Include- the Ralph Carneys at the Will Carneys, Burl; the Earl Shlplers at the Left oy Burgers, Burt; Alfred God- fredsons at the Peter Godfredsona, Bancroft; L. E. Fairbanks, Algona, at the Will Grovers; Roy Rlngs- dorfs at the Will Ringsdorfs; Dell Brayton and Ruth Brayton at the Donald Ringsdorfs and Darlene Brayton with Martha Ruhnke, Burt. For a New Roof or Repairing an Old One We Have Red Cedar Shingles Asphalt Shingles Asbestos Shingle* Roll Roofing; of all kinds Roof Coatings Plastic Cements, etc. at prices surprisingly low. The New Lumberyard N,ear The Milwaukee Depot Raesly Lumber Company Phone ZENDER'S BARGAINS/ VALUES SUPREME IN MEN AND BOYS CLOTHES Men's Work Shirt, Pepperell or ehani- bray, a regular 4!)c seller 3fvl.l SAVE 47 CENTS Men's Work Shirts (loud weight covert, full cut, roomy 49c.3forl.45 SAVE 20% HEBE Big & Tut Overalls 8 oz. sanforized blue and stripe usually at $uy 98c SAVE 21 GENTS Boys' Play Suits KRESENSKY'S Tremendous Savings on new SPRING MERCHANDISE for Women and Children Wednesday to Saturday Colorful Stylish WASH DRESSES Regular $1.98 wash dresses, some wltli zipper, (jetting a bit shopworn is the only reason for£4 this price 9 I « COATS - SUITS ODD LOTS Smart bolero suits and odd coats, plenty for your money A Special Purchase Fresh and now boiide* mill jno.s* crepes, In wanted colors mill styles, regular $11.75 to # I (>.!(."> dresses purchased for this event, in sines 10 to 10 BEAUTIFUL DRESSES in all sizes 12 to 52 * This Is n rlenrnnre of •fj higher priced dresses. \ They oome In prints. \ plains. All the new • styles. PRINTS, PLAINS CREPES, SHEERS 75 extra pood looking dresses In the group, some triple sheers In 1'nstcls and print In both plain and print, crepes, and novelty materials. Some sold ns high as »12.7». ; 5 95 SMART LOOKING COATS OR SUITS Lots of nice looking garments in this group. A11 regular spring merchandise that sold regularly at $10.95 t«» $14.95. Plenty of sizes. TWEEDS, FLEECES FITTED, BOXY Extra smart quality coats and suits. Regular spring merchandise that sold at $105 to $19.50 reduced to $12.95 1OO New Dresses One of our regular feature groups, beautiful garments and styles. Clean and fresh. Sizes 2 to 48, Including half KRESENSKY'S End of Month Sale offers UNUSUAL SAVINGS ON APPAREL Wednesday • to Saturday and Rayon DRESSES garments $1.99 Shirley Temple Deanna Durbin WASH DRESSES 5 dozen garments Regular at *1.!)S Now $1.39 "Paradise" Natural Poiae FINE SHOES Regular to $6.85 Black and colors at $4.95 HATS A clean-up of higher priced liat« $1.25 Children's Dresses Slightly Soiled 50c HOUSE COATS SMOCKS DRESSES We have too many of Iiouse coats, regular $1.9lS EOM Shoe SATIN SLIPS 3 to 44 Uso brocaded FABRIC GLOVES (.rey. blue, red and SWEATERS New styles, light colors, with short sleeves, regularly at NATIONALLY ADVERTISED Child's Oxfords Sandals Plenty of value in this group. Leather soles and uppers— SOX KolifuH Trliufoot Shirley Tuck 19c 650 PAIRS • REGULARLY $ 2" and '4 Select shoes to wear now and into summer! COPPERS! PATENTS! BLUES! GABARDINES! COMBINATIONS! •Quaranteed ai advertised in Good Housekeeping.' Regular S 3.95 and '4.95 REDUCED TO 450 PAIRS REDUCED TO Sizes 5, <>, 7, 8. Special for Thursday only 45c SAVE 26 HEBE Ladies' Cotton WASH DRESSES Peppeivl print and other niait-riaLs, regular $1.00 79c Sutiu Pajamas Gowns SHOES READY-TO-WEAR HOSIERY

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