The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 3, 1938 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 3, 1938
Page 7
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VICTORRODGERS IS LONE ROCK P. U. LEADER D. W. Fernau, Miss Walker Are Others Elected at .Meeting Last Week ; Lone Rock: The annual school exhibit and the last P. T. A. meeting of the year was held last Monday night at the local school auditorium. The following officers were elected for the coming year: president, Victor Rodgers; vice president, D. W. Pernau; secretary and treasurer, Miss Walker. Each room exhibited their school work showing much Improvement from the first of the year. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard made a business trip to Dumont last Wednesday. Saturday, Mrs Blanchard, Mrs. Chester Alme and daughter, Shirley and Mrs. Donald Blanchard drove to Sutherland to visit until Sunday with the John Sones family. In Mnslc Itecltal Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flalg, their daughters, Maxlne and Mary Ann, Doris Blanchard and Ruby Kueck attended a recital at St. John's hall, Bancroft, last Tuesday. Mary Ann played a piano solo and Marine a violin solo. At Boone Presbytery The Rev. and Mrs. T. D. Arends and children drove to Coon Rap- Ids la»t Tuesday where Mrs. Arends and children visited with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Warren J. Porter. Rev. Arends attended Presbytery at Boone. They returned on Thursday. The Rev. S. M. Gladstone also attended Prebytery. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Schenck, of Burt, spent Thursday evening with the Frank Flalgs. Mrs. H. A. Blanchard, daughter, Patricia and Mrs. C. E. Householder spent Thursday afternoon at the Ralph Rledels, Fenton. The D. W. Fernaus who have occupied the M. E. Blanchard res- «,mf e> m .S ved Saturday to the Mrs. William Krause residence. The Clifford Meyer famWy of Corwith spent Friday with Mrs. wm. Krause. The R. L. Padgetts, Fenton. spent the evening there Double Operation On Seneca Youth 111 at Irvington Seneca: Duane Campbell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Campbell, was taken to the Estherville hospital, Monday morning, and underwent an operation for appendicitis and hernia. Duane was at the Ralph Lage home, south of Irvington. when taken sick. Help With Field Work Neighbors and friends of Emll Elmers gathered at his home Wednesday afternoon and helped him with his field work. Mr. Elmers has been III for the past two months with pneumonia. The Chris Boman family moved Into the house recently vacated by the John Campbell family Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cody and daughters, Helen and Donna Jean, spent Tuesday evening at the Sigurd Olsen home and helped Todd celebrate his first birthday. The Helpful Thursday club met at the home of Mrs. Harley Hoeck Wednesday afternoon. The meet- Ing was a day early because of three birthdays of club members, Mrs. Frank Looft, Mrs. Walter Smith and Mrs. J. H. Jensen. The Modern Mixer c!ub met at the home of Mrs. Fred Jensen on Monday afternoon and helped her celebrate her birthday. Mrs. Howard Richards and Mrs. A. T. Paulsen served a delicious luncheon. Bunco was played during the afternoon with Mrs. Marlnus Nelson winning high prize. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Jensen entertained the following guests at a supper in their home last week Tuesday evening: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jensen and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Thorsen, all of Swea City, Mr. and Mrs. Forest Christiansen of near Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hammerstrom, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jensen and Tena Jensen. The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 3,1938 BATHING GIRL OF LONG AGO SHOWN 1NCORWITHSHOW Freshman Girls Put on Style Show of 1800's Last Friday Corwlth-Fairview: The freshman girls home economics class entertained their mothers and friends at a style show and tea at the school house, Friday afternoon. Styles from our grandmothers' days up until the present were modeled by members of the class. Dresses and aprons made by the girls were also modeled. The most amusing incident was the showing of a bathing suit worn a generation ago. Darlene Dean wore the suit. Wedding dresses, night dresses and pajamas, street dresses and others of a few years ago and today were shhwn. A trio composed of Maxine Perkins. Jeanette Woods and Gayle Thompson sang several selections. Following the program the guests were served tea in the home economics parlor. Tea was poured by Dalma Marr and Adele Daughn poured coffee Miss Hansbury Is the class instructor. At Baptist Meeting Several from here were at Waterloo last week Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday to attend the sixth annual meeting of the General Association of Baptists. Those attending from here were Dr. and Mrs G. L. Severns, the Rev. Albert Rust Cecil Wllhite and Ell Brown. girls of St Mary's parish at their home Saturday afternoon. James Anderson, who has been in ill health for some time, was tnkei to Rochester last Wednesday fo a physical examination at the Mnj-i clinic Evelyn Rust, little daughter o the Rev. and Mrs. Albert Rust, hm been confined to her bed the las week with flu and a touch of th pneumonia. Wesley Stukenberg, who teach es at Des Moines, visited last weel end with friends in Corwith. He was formerly n teacher In the Cor with junior high. ' Mrs. Albert Claude was hostess to the D. Y. T. club, Friday afternoon with her mother, Mrs. J. Henchen, assistant hostess. Mrs 1 . Harold Oxley gave the scripture lesson Mr. and Mrs. John Nelson am' family and Helen Swelland spent last week Sunday at the home of Helen's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Swelland and family at Kenyon Minn. Applegates Greet Girl Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Applegate are the parents of a nine and one- half pound baby daughter born last week Saturday. They have one other daughter, Arvis, who is eight years old. The Misses Mary Jane and Dorothy Ann Welter entertained the Next Sunday Is MOTHER'S DAY! ^fot^1e^'s very own day—remember her with a gift— she will appreciate your thoughtfulness 1 Here are a few suggestions to make mother happy I Lovely New Handbags A grand selection In all th* favored Leathers, and in all desirable colors, ihapcs and sizes. Smart gifts at New Gloves Good-looking fabric Gloves in all new colors. Ideal gifts at Mother Deserves the BEST! LUXITE UNDIES Josephine Fandel Of Whittemore to Be Bride, Shortly Whittemore: Announcement was made for the first time Sunday in St Michael church of the approaching marriage of Josephine Fandel. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fandel to Paul Rink of Rodman. Infant Baptized The infant son of Mr. and Mrs Werner Braatz was baptized Sunday in the Lutheran church by the Rev. W. H. Discher. He was nam- Louis Frank. Werner Struecker of Burt and June Wehrspann were the sponsors. Visited at Elkader Mr. and Mrs. Martin Duffy, Mr. and Mrs. Al Montag and family of West Bend, spent Saturday and Sunday, April 23-24th in Elkidcr visiting Sister Mary Geraldine. known here as Catherine Duffy. While there they also visited with Sister Mary Presentation, who was formerly Emma Dahlhauser, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Peter Dahlhauser. Wins Catechism Honors Rose Youngwirth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Youngwirth and Emeline Allg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Alig received first places in the catechism contest sponsored by the Emmetsburg K. of C. council. Observed Birthday Maxlne Bell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bell, celebrated her 15th birthday last week. She entertained her classmates of the ninth and tenth grades. Spreader Injures Son Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Balgeman visited their daughter, Mrs. C. C. Johnson at Ottosen, April 23rd. Their granddaughter was run over by a manure spreader but fortunately he was not seriously Injured. Give Her HOLEPROOF HOSIERY in exquisite gift boxes * She II delight in the flawless perfection . . . fashion- right colors ... the doubly certified quality of these fine stockings by Holeproof. Packed in lovely velour gift boxes, especially lor Mother's Day. _ _ Two Pair 79c in a Gift Box $1.50 "Git'ty" Handkerchiefs Simple inexpensive remembrance* to please any Mother. Special a,t only ...,,.,..,,...>.; 10c Smart Flattering HATS for mother $1.95 Our vast array of hats enables you to find the beat nutted to her personality. Ofl the face model* or a stylish brim. The Finest run-resist, shrink proof rayon, in a wide range of prices to fit your purse. BRIEFS PANTIES AQ f ~' V " STEP-INS LUXITE SNUaaiES Rayon and silk that in f* absolutely run proof «Pl. PrinceM Slip* Shadow Panel Pre-Shxunk $1.98 Store. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Meurer of Plover were visiting Nick's mother, Mrs. Joe Mmirer, Bimday. . ' Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jones of Lewiston. Montana, visited last week with Mrs. Hugh Duffy. John Mosbach of Whittemore entered the Kossuth hospital where he is receiving radium treatments. Mr. and Mrs. Will Kerker and family of Gilmore City spent a day recently visiting at the Conrad Alig home. An 8 1 * pound boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ray Elbert Saturday, April 23. They now have one boy nnd girl. ! Mr. and Mrs. John Uhlcnhake and family were visiting at the R. -. Bauers in Wesley a week ago Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Waldschmidt , and family of Wesley were after- ! noon visitors April 24th at the Simon P. Weber home. Whittemore academy baseball team defeated St. Mary's team of Emmetsburg on the Ernmetsburg diamond April 25 by a score of 8 to 3. Mr. and Mrs. Chan. Seymour and family and Mrs. Jennie Dorweiler were Sunday visitors, April 24th, at the John Dorweiler home in We«t Bend. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Geelan. sons Jimmit and Jack, were Fort Dodge visitors at the home of Mrs. Gce- lan's parents, Mr. and Mrs J. P Schiltz. Raymond Besch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Besuh, is ut home now recovering (rum an uporndicitis operation. He had attended Trinity College at Sioux City. Mrs. Alvina Keimers and daughters of Fort Dodge spent Sunday, April 24th, visiting with the former's brothers. -Shorty" and August Meyer and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Baas. Mr. and Mrs. John Baas. Mrs. Minnie Baas were Sunday dinner guests, April 24th at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Wehrspan at Ottosen. Mr. and Mrs. Fillmont of Des Moines were Sunday visitors April 24th at the Nick Reding home. Thev came to attend the funeral of Eddie Schumacher in Emmetsburg on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Mergen, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Mueller, Mr. and Mrs. John Hartman, Mr. and Mrs. Ttd Hartman and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Borman attended the funeral of Edward Schumacher in Emmetsburg, Tuesday, April 26th. Mildred Elbert of Mason City and Lenora Elbeit, student nurse in Des Moines, spent a week end recently with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Greg Elbert. Dorothy Loebach, also a student nurse in Des Moines, spent over Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Loebach. Mrs. Henry Lauck entertained on her birthday for a number of guesU at a one o'clock dinner Sunday, April 24th. Those who were present were the William Meyers, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lieb and son, Duane, of Lotta Creek and those who helped Mrs. Lauck celebrate her birthday Sunday evening were Erwin and Walter Struecker and their families, Mr. and Mrs. George Schultz and sons, Norman, James and Chas., Mr., and Mrs. Leonard Mey- The Community Bible Study club mtt at the borne of Mrs. Frank Laoft Tuesday afternoon. Ruby Pautaea worked for Mrs. Irvin Clawoo th* pa»t week. All over the United States for the first time inhistory hardware dealers are putting forth united effort for one whole week to offer their merchandise at prices which mean money in your pocket. See these nationally advertised products in our store. They are just a few of the 6,000 items earned in our stock. Check your needs and make this the week to buy, whether it« a new General Electric refrigerator or only some handy tool. I You Can Afford A New G. E. Refrigerator Bigger Dollar-for Dollar value than ever Low current cost Long life Don't put ii]> with an inadequate, old fashioned refrigerator any longer. FDrC2<> piece set Coiu- 1 UL.JL, , niniity Kji V( , r ware and case with each (•. E. Refrigerator sold this week. Monarch and South Bend Ranges Have stood the test for 51) years. Let us show you these new models. * CDCE— Aladdin Lamp with iii&iLigach 0 £ these stoves. Monarch $99.50 South Bend $106.50 U IOOK FOR THE TRIANOlC TtAOf MAtK OF QUALITY The Range You Have Wanted Now you can afford to have tliaf High Power Perfection Range at a price yon can afford to pav. Eclipse Mowers A high grade ball boar- ing, self-sharpening 7 OC lawn inower ••£«/ Martin Sprayers 4 gallon, heavy $0 C& weight, galv. *»UJ 3-Pc. Garden Sets One rake, two (rowels 19c Disston Hand Saws Full size and wt. $1 AA 8 point A « uu U inch Pliers, 2 pairs for 25c Ratchet Bit Braces 10" sweep Anger Hits « ',",5-1(5", $1.00 Vlj''ami-y«" Xail Hammer Handles, 2 for __. 5c Galv. Chick Feeders :)•><• a n<140c $1 AA values, 4 for __ Heavy Garbage Cans 1.10 71 gallon si/( wifli lid 5 Packs Razor Blades (iillclte, Anto Strop. Knd- $ 1.00 ers or anv iV blade's 3 blade Pocket Knives 39c Copper wash boilers $3.19 Electric Irons $1.45 Cot. Clothes Lines 50' 15c Johnson's Wax 1 lh. can 49c 1 pt. (Jlo-Coat 49c Kitchen Garbage Can '•> gal. step-on 69c Paring Knives, made by Kemington Cotton Gloves, '. pairs for Dairy Pails 1:5 ql. heavy tin, $1 AA :{»»• value, :{ for *•"" Electric Toaster $1.19 _.49c 5-Seam Broom 29c Pt. Thermos Bottle -69o 98c Dust Mops, with handle Lunch Kits and 1 pint bottle _. Flashlight Cells 3c Pish Reels 89o Triple 0 Hair Clippers 59c ROPE 100 ft. 7-16 inch $1.00 75 ft. y% inch $1.00 65 ft. 9 16 inch $1.00 Dexter Washers Tin-re arc DeLnxe models for those \vlio want and can afford the best — popular priced models to meet the demand of tin- thrifty—dno'hle till) models and single tub models. Kadi is a true Dexter. FRFE "^ t " 1 ' "" ;l sl; "" 1 '"' a ''^ i(! llltlt4 ironing board with each Dexter Mild this Week. Dexters as low as $ 49.50 Aladdin KeroM-nc; Mantel OA III" OHVt V " " fc TROUBLE Table, Hanging, Bracket and Floor Styles. Beautiful, modern shades. Regular $4.95 value for this one week $4.49 Soft Water for Every Home with the Rainbarrel Water Softener Saves Soap—Saves Work, softener demonstrated. KITCHEN SIZE*: MX), special for LAUNDBY SIZE .fV,o, Hardware Week oiilv See this .. $ 2.75 $ 4.98 Kohlhaas & Spilles

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