The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 17, 1938 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 17, 1938
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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 17,1938 Safety Sam Says Your margin of safety In passing is on the outside of the road, not in the middle. 75% of auto troubles are caused by neglect. Drive in frequently for a check-up and be sure. Wm. C. Dau Garage Phone 165 So. Dodge ELECTRIC FENCER 00-THERE'S A HIVE WITH AMAZING NEW FLUX DIVERTER One wire on light stakes holds livestock like steel and concrete. A Tremendous Saving on posts, wire, gates, time and labor. Safe six-volt batteries last for months and give sting •that stops them. Call for demonstration. HOBARTON CO-OPERATIVE ELEVATOR 18 EOW-tf LOW SUMMER FARES TO Yellowstone AND THE Pacific Northwest Go We*t (or a vacation you'll never iorget. Vigil Y«Uowiton«, Ml. Rainier ana Mt. Baker, crui*e on Puget Sound, twim in the Pacific Ocean. Enjoy the comfort ol travel on The Milwaukee Road. Cheaper than driving your car. No road or weather hazards; no nervoui lirain. Lowett iarei apply on the ELECTRIFIED. AIR CONDITIONED OLYMPIAN Modern tourist sleepers and luxuiy- lounge coaches provide cleanliness and comfort at lowest cost. Appetizing meals in the diner only 50*. Off-the-Tray service at your seat, sandwiches lOf, pie 101, coffee 5*. fat lr*» booklttt aad la/ormaliaa atk Tfotu local ag»ttt BANCROFT BOY HONORED WITH COLLEGE POST Frank Baker Named to Publications Board, Univ. of Iowa Bancroft: News was received here that Frank Baker, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Baker, was elected to the student board of publications at the annual students-' election held at the State University of Iowa. Thursday. Frank, who is president of Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity, was also elected vice president of the Inter-faternity council. Mrs. Thos. Guest who has been ill for some time, returned to Iowa City Wednesday for further treatment. The home economics class of the Bancroft high school entertained the seniors and the faculty at a dinner Tuesday evening. The members of the W. C. O. F. met at the Forester hall Thursday evening. The girls entertained the married women at a Mothers' Day program. Mrs. H. B. Menke entertained her club at bridge Thursday afternoon. Mrs. H. J. Deitertng won high score and Mrs. John Bernhard won the cut prize. Mrs. Bill Ellis and Margaret Quinn were business visitors in Algona Friday afternoon. They also visited at the Jack Quinn home in Lone Rock Friday night. The members of the American Legion Auxiliary met at the home of Mrs. Joe Fox, Monday evening. After the business meeting, bridge was played. Helen Cogley won the high score and Mrs. Thos. Garry won the cut. The Three Table club entertained Mrs. C. M. Baker at a party on her birthday Tuesday evening. Bridge was played and Mrs. Andy Deitering won high score, Mrs. Art Murray won the low prize and Mrs. Baker was presented with a gift In honor of the occasion. Mrs. Kunz Hostess To Wesley Visitors Wesley: Mrs. Jule Kunz entertained 30 women Tuesday night in honor of Fidelis. Special courtesies were shown Mrs. Kunz and daughter by Mrs. Frank Kouba, Jr., Monday afternoon by the Catholic Missionary society Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Susan Gray entertained them for dinner Thursday noon. Thay were guests of Mrs. L. L. Lease on Thursday afternoon when she entertained her bridge club of which Mrs. Kunz was once a member. Mrs. Braley won travel prize. Where's George? —gone to fOfl MfN'S WfAfl for Jarman Friendly Shoes at $5.00 White and gray and sport combinations. The finer fit of Jarmans assures you miles of ease and you go about impeccably shed. The Little Woman never minds waiting up when George comes home with packages labeled Misbach's. That's what he thinks! MOTHERS'DAY PROGRAM HELD AT GOOD HOPE Union: The Union Mothers and Daughters club enjoyed a Mothers' Day program at the community room at Good Hope Thursday afternoon, May 8th. Vice President Ida Winkle presided in the absence of the president, Mrs. Tjaden. Thirty ladies attended despite the cold rainy W SS. t » er ' A P r °S ral n I" keeping with Mothers' Day was arranged by Mary Sarchett and Norma Bailey The club song was sung with Mary Wood at the piano. Instrumental numbers, "Mother Machree" and 'That Wonderful Mother of Mine" was played by Frances Winkel. Two vocal numbers, "There's a Mother Old and Gray Who Needs Me Now" and "That's What God Made Mothers For" were given by Mrs. Louis Bode with Mrs. Frank Thompson accompanist. A talk was given by Mrs. Will Bourne on her recent winter sojourn In Texas and'Arizona with Mr. Bourne. Accordian music, Swedish Skating Songs and Hymns, were played by Mrs. Oliver Moe of Algona. A paper, "Lest We Forget Mother" was read by Mrs. Jens Sorensen. Two piano numbers were given by Mrs. Frank Thompson An ode to mothers, "My Mother's Day", was sung by the ladles as the, closing number. A dainty lunch was served oy the committee, Bertha Sarchett and Anna Marlow in charge. Other committees were Mame Winkel and Mabel Tjaden, decoration, and Mary Wood and Helen Vogel, reception. The next meeting will be the annual rural school day get-together on May 20th. LEGION EDITOR CHIEF SPEAKER WESLEY, TON1TE Frank Miles, Commence ment Speaker; 8 Will Get Diplomas Wesley > Frank Miles, editor of the Iowa Legionaire, is scheduled to give the address, "Whither America", at the commencement exercisse which will be held In the Kleinpeter hall Wednesday night May 18. Eight seniors will receive their high school diplomas. They are Duane Sherman Jerrol Aldrich, Lucille Hildman Thelma Oppedahl, Alice Forburger, Dorothy Youngworth, Ethel Flom and Irene Johnson. The third annual community picnic at the school grounds will be held on Friday. May 19th. Every one is invited and are asked to bring their own cup, plate and silverware. Those who do not have children In school may bring pie, cake, fruit, salmon or potato salad, and sandwiches for themselves. There will be a ball game between St. Cecelia's of Algona and Wesley high school. Visit In Illinois Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Zerbe returned Monday noon from Batavla, 111., where they visited his parents, Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Zerbe, Friday through Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John H. Seeman of Algona went with them as far as East Mollne, III., where they visited the Tony Gumbers, former St. Benedict residents. , tJ »'TAILORED SUITS —FOR— Men and Women Order that new Spring Suit now and have it ready by Decoration Day. A suit made to your own measurements really fits, and you will always enjoy wear- Ing it. on Clopt The Tailor Phone 88 Over Behlmers !7/tf MILWAUKEE ROAD!! I NATION ALLY KNOWN FISHING TACKLE AT REDUCED PRICES < Wt bay you newipictuiei! YOU, TOO. CAN TAKE NEWSPICTURES THAT SELL FOR BIO MONEY U We buy you newifictaiei. 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GENUINE SOUTH BEND REELS For luting aatisfec- tion. buy a SOUTH BEND! Levtl Wind $1.69 ^—-^ Pure Japan Bilk. We will replace any lilt e not found itatle- t actor j. 18 Ib. teat. A On SO yarde ...,»OU PONTIAC SILK LINE IS Ib. Tent. Pure Japan Silk. High quality, low price. |.rd. FISH SCALEK Genuine "Speed" r'i»h Sealer. Dot'* tin- work in half the time. 490 JOE BLOOM 4c 10 QL »8c Lose Two Cow* Jack Richter has lost two cows recently from what Is termed "blue grass bloat." Parochial Exercises The graduating exercises for the eighth grade of the parochial school will be held Sunday afternoon, May 2. In the church. Father Wagner will present the diplomas and awards. The following pupils are to graduate: Lucille Hildman, Francis Richter, Mary Cecelia Wlngert, William Foertsch, Rita Studer, Rita Vltzthum, May Studer, Maxine Hauptman, Alfred Hildman, Edward Johnson, Louis Garman, Delores Sherman, Julia Ann Studer, Lois Hildman and Fidelis Otis. Good Will Circle Meets The Good Will circle of the Methodist Ladles' Aid will meet Wednesday, May 18, at the home of Mrs. Robert Welter. The Stitch and Chat circle will meet the same day with Mrs. Edna Flom. Mrs. Albert Monson will entertain the Willing Workers and Mrs. Theron Hansen will be hostess to the K. Y. N. circle on May 18. Elma Funnemark was quarantined for scarlet fever Uut Wedn«s- ' Personality Is What? Seniors of Lu Verne Find Out LuVerne: The senior girls and their mothers were guests of the Tuesday club following the regular | meeting of that organization at the home of Hulda Fritzemeler. In a short program Florence Hof read a paper, "Personality and ChSrm," prepared by Mrs. Pearl Conoway; Mrs. P. C. Llchty gave a talk on "Personality in the Home", Mrs. Ray Stone gave a summary of the qualities needed to possess a pleasing personality and Louise Loners talked on "Development of Personality." Maxine Smith snng a solo, accompanied by Ellnnr Mae Woito. Tea was served with Mrs. Irvin Chapman pouring. Thpre were about 35 present, among them Mrs. Emma Lehman, mother of Mrs. Fred Merkle from Boxholm. Progressive Club Mrs. Roy Stone, Mrs. Geo. Tiede, Mrs. H. D. Meyer and Mrs. C. C. Smith were hostseses to the Progressive Woman's club Friday nft- ernoon at the Smith home. Music Week was observed on the program with a paper on "Music for What Ails You" by Mrs. D. H. Wermer- sen and one on "Musical Education of the Present, its Qualities nnd Defects" by Mrs. Stone. Plans were made for the next meeting May 27. This will be the last meet- Ing of the year and will be a picnic. In Baby Parade Patricia Ann. the 16th months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Murray, who moved to Los Angeles last fall, was on the honor roll of health In a grand Baby Parade in the city the early part of May. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wolf and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Murray of LuVerne. Joins Cemetery Am'n Mrs. Bonnie Ellifritz and Mrs. Ted Johnson became members of the LuVerne Cemetery Association at the meeting of that organization at the community hall on Thursday afternoon. Plans were made for making wreaths for Memorial Day and for taking care of the flower beds at the cemetery. Mrs. D. Voss. Mrs. Peter Thompson, Mrs. I. H. Benedict and Mrs. Jesse Stoddard will be June hostesses. Mrs. J. 1*. Meurer will entertain the members of her club next week Thursday. The Catholic school picnic will be held at the school grounds on Thursday. May 19. Maurice DeBoer sustained a! cracked wrist while roller skating' at Titonka recently. Verla Mae Johnson entertained a group of young friends at a birthday party Monday night. Miss Evangeline Cruise will close her school three miles north of town Wednesday with a picnic. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Oelke and baby and Mr. Oelke's mother from Frost, Minn., visited at the Sam Alne home Tuesday. Mrs. Tom Forburger was hostess at the meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary in the Legion room last Tuesday evening. Roger Daughn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Daughn, was three years old on Wednesday last and had several little guests for supper. Local Odd Fellows Guy M. Butts, Preston Chapin, John Amesbury, Carl Johnson and Rev. Bottom visited the Britt lodge last Tuesday evening. Mrs. Chas. Kraus entertained the Study club last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. August Studer led the lesson on "Women in the News" assisted by Mrs. Elmer Glawe. Mrs. Richard Hammond returned to her home at Fort Atkinson, Wis, Sunday, after spending two weeks at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Eisenbacher. Teresa Richter arrived home from California Thursday of last week. Mrs. Neil Gary came up from Den Moines with her to spend Mothers' Day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Richter. Rev. Bottom accompanied Donald and Charles Kraus, John and Junior Bottom, Victor Mullins, Kreger Emry, Helen Nelson and Ruth Seefeld to Titonka, Sunday, where they attended the Epwortn League rally. The Legion Auxiliary radio party was held Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Kate Kennedy with Mrs. George Ward and Mrs. Aldrich as cohostesses. Meetings will be suspended for the summer months to be resumed in September. Mrs. Julius Kuuz, June Adele and Mary Adine, Mrs. Myrtle Kouba, Mrs. Ruth Kunz and Fidelis drove tc Belmond Thursday afternoon, to attend open house at the new Dr. Sleele hospital. Mrs. Wehier. formerly Lucille Kunz, is in charge of this new hospital. The G. S. Graves, Emmetsburg. were recent visitors at the C. C. Smiths. Geo. Miller, San Diego. Calif., arrived last week for a visit with relatives. Richard Wermersen went to Estherville last week, where he has employment with the Tobin Packing Co. The Roy Peltzkes, formerly residents here, are moving from Webster City to Waterloo in the neir future. Friends of Mrs. Grant Jennings, Eagle Grove, received word from her of the death of her father, W. G. Stanley laat week Tuesday at Boone. •iJ^JfiSafft. SfchMtt*., Jrft SI*uir»- day evenfnB fo vlilt her ton, W. B. Coleman at Flint, Michigan. They planned to attend the tulip festival at St. Joseph, Mich., before going to Flint. Mrs. Lon Gouge Is Home Project Hostess, Sexton Sexton: The Sexton home project meeting was held Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs Lon Gouge, north of Wesley. Following the meeting and roll call with Garden Hints, a tray lunch was served. The serving committee consisted of Mrs. Gouge, Mrs. Essie McMahon and Edith Greenfield There were 19 in attendance. Mrs. Grace Green, LuVerne, spent Friday afternoon with Mrs. W. J. Green. School closed Friday with a picnic dinner in the school basement. Following dinner the pupils gave a short program. Lyle Fitch, employed in the CCC camp at Lament. Iowa, spent the past week with his mother, Mrs. Rosa Fitch and brother, Chester and family. He will go back to Lament Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wise entertained at dinner Thursday noon in honor of Mrs. Wise's aunt and uncle of Rock Valley, 111. Her mother, Mrs. John Vos.t and daughter, Deloris, LuVerne were also there. Fremau Wolfe returned last week from Iowa City where he submitted to an operation for hernia. Daughter Donates Blood to Father Hurt: Mr. and Mi's. Elmer Hansen, Brictlyn. Minn. came lust Tuesday and with Mr. and Mrj. James Christiansen and Mr. and Mrs. Hans Koestler weal on to Fort Dodge lo see George Koestler, who has been in the Lutheran hospital there a number of weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Hansen remained there until Wednesday when Mrs. Hansen gave blood for a blood transfusion for her father. At last reports, Mr. KoesUer's condition ia reported to be improving. ROOF WINDOWS 35% more light in hog and poultry houses — throw light farther into building. With ribbed glass or Clay Ultra Violet Glass. METAL WINDOWS Light and ventilation without drafts. Rot proof, will not warp, shrink or rattle. Use wood basli. IF. S. Norton & Son Phone 229 UNION GRADE EXERCISES ON NEXT FRIDAY Union: Graduation exercises for eighth grade graduates will be held May 20th, with the following committee in charge: Mrs. D. C. Gardner, chairman. Kathryn Leason. Clarence Reibhoff, Mrs. Hackbarth, Mrs. W. Heerdt, Qulnten Bjustrom, Jens Sorensen and Mrs. Ed Rich. The eighth grade graduates nre Mary Lee Dearths. Joyce Romstad, Lester Godden, Eileen Lawrence. Mnxinc Black. Betty Turner. Daniel Schulz. Ruby Alt. Ruth Hecrdt. Freedrick Willrett, Cecil Will, Wm. Kohl. Retty Snrcliett, Letty Sarchett. Clarice Campney, Lois Gardner nnd Mary Joyce Rich. Joyce Romstad is another on?, who is a victim of the mumps. Ben Gould visited bis son. Albert, a couple of days last week. Mrs. George Stewart has had another attack of bronchial asthma She Is at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Mabel Tjadcn. Mr. and Mrs. Jule Ames of Oaks. North Dakota, were visitors Inst week at the P. N. Sarchett homo Mrs. Ames is Mrs. Sarchett's sister. Gerald Garmnn. who recently underwent an operation for double goitre at a Mason City hospital, came home last week and Is recuperating at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gar man. Gas, Constipation Keep Man in Misery "I have been in great misery for the last six weeks for indigestion gas puins und all tied up with constipation, unable to eat or sleep," says F. J. Hurlburt. "Yesterday noon I took a dose of ADLERIKA and last night another, and I want to say I enjoyed the first real night'o sleep I have had in six weeks. Not a single gas pain even though I ate a good dinner. It U a miracle the way ADLERIKA took hold." Thorough action does not gripe.— E. W. Lusby, Druggist. Slips in the RIGHTjengths AT LAST... no more slip altering! Floray is first in the popular-priced field with correct lengths in slips! And correct sizing throughout to fit ANY FIGURE! No side seams ... no riding, sagging or twisting. Sketched is our Satincel (acetate rayon) Satin slip at $1.00 Rev. Noeding, Wife Have Anniversary West Bend: Rev. and Mrs. H. J. Noeding observed their 25th wed 'ding anniversary Monday. Mny 1, with open house from 3 to 9 p. m. They were recipients of letters and cards besides n number of gifts of silverware and other gifts. A tree, decorated in pink and white, the colors used at their wedding was loaded with little packets of silver dollars and coins from their friends. Dainty refreshments were served to the many guests. Rev. and Mrs. Noeding arc the parents of seven children: Rebpcon. who lives In Taos. New Mexico: Ruth, who attends Dnhuqup University; Otto. Esther. Louise. Mary and John Paul at home. The last four named are in school yet. Rev. Needing accepted the pastorate of the Presbyterian churches here and at Rodman two years ago. H. W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling Every load Injured against loss or damage Eoiilpped to do all kinds of draying and hauling. 33-tt LUS|BY'S Drugs - Jewerly ^ DIAMOND * Q (UNO JO. BRINGS YOU. NEW SHIRLEY TEMPLE Crop UltU fashion* in c-o-o4 aheera end imported linens... action* loving sports frocks... all designed by GIN* DERELLA to make your own darling star in style. Guaranteed color fast and washable* Size* 3 to 14 $ 1 .98 Bklilay Tempi* fin* quality Floial Skeec. Claboralo smocking acconia walellino. wide (Galloped collar o»er abort electee. SU*« 3 to 11. Kresensky J F you are wondering how to lower your hauling coses still further this year, go to your Ford Dealer and look over his line of 1938 Ford V-8 Trucks and Commercial Cars. Here you'll find the finest Ford hauling units ever built, ranging from smai t, speedy, light delivery jobs to big, powerful, heavy-duty trucks on a 157- inch wheelbase—units engineered to fit the job—to do more work in less time at lower costs. See them now! Designed to meet more than 90% of all Hauling Needs! FORD V-8 TRUCKS AND COMMERCIAL CARS f&&&%X&0&B&C^^ KENT MOTOR CO. Phone 434 FORD SALES AND SEEVICE Algona, Iowa gffiC6ffioaeaggnoBrn»nmn^^

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