The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 24, 1938 · Page 3
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gte Algona tapper Das Koines, Algona. Iowa, May 24,1938 §l»e Hilibou liny Values Kresensky's 50 Dresses of Silk and Celanese, sizes 12 $1 to 44, values to $6 in this group _ !•' 36 new Silk Blouses, sizes 32 to 40 values to $1.98, only . ' HATS, new styles of straw and crepe $1 Aft white and colors, special at _._"*• W Banquet and Formal Dresses at __ *L39 30 dozen pure silk full fashioned Hose, per pair Price 50c 100 pairs of smart new sport oxfords, low heel, white and white with $| brown trim, per pair l. Kresensky's want can really enjoy life—a home where you will be proud to entertain your friends. How often have you said or thought—"Some day we will build a home like that". Isn't the only reason why you haven't built it long ago, that jrouthou|^w)ucpuldnot afford itt SSMw««^^^ % v'v ! ..«i*'-'-«-- < "*'-' ! w»*.^ il -- s ---* _ and saying that long enough to call at our office and let us tell you what modem methods in planning, financing and building will make possible for you in building that home now. (Jet this information this week without cost or obligation. F. S. Norton & Son Phone 229 Algona, la. •aagosceamcereeeeeuK^ WHTTTEMOREWIl BE JUNE BRIDE Honored at Shower on Sunday; To Wed Wm. Ostwald Whlttemore: Sunday afternoon a St. Paul's Lutheran school base ment a miscellaneous shower was held in honor of Miss Verda Meyer daughter of Mr. and Mfs. Geo. Meyer. Five hundred was played at 16 tables. Esther Potratz won high Mrs. William Roeber won low, ant June Wehrspan won door prize Miss Meyer will become the bride of William Ostwald on June 1st He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ostwald. About 100 attended the shower. Thrown From Cycle Arnold Heldt of Burt had the misfortune last Wednesday to be thrown off his motorcycle here. He was treated for a bruised leg and arm at the local hospital. The Edgar Bauman family of Ringsted visited at the F. Strueck- er home Stlnday. Miss Mathilda Wagner of Chicago is visiting with her mother, Mrs. Mathilda Wagner here. Miss Greteman who taught in the public school the past year, left on Saturday for her home in Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer of St. Joe spent Sunday al the Wm. Meyer and Henry Kuecker homes. Mr. and Mrs. John B. Uhlenhake spent from Thursday until Monday with relatives at Minneapolis. Mrs. Curtis Sheidler and daughter Mardella and son, Robert and Mrs. Dorothy Sebers were Algona shoppers Saturday. Miss Francis Hurley of Rolfe w;is calling on friends here Thursday evening. She taught in the local school last year. Peter Christensen nnd son and Edna and Elaine Schultz of Lu- Verne were Sunday dinner guests nt the Henry Schultz home. Members of the choir and the Altar boys at St. Michael's Catholic church held a picnic at the Ruthven State Park, Thursday. Miss Edna Schultz, who is em- iloyed at the Peter Christensen home nt LuVerne, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs flenry Schultz. William Meyer and Myrtle Bar icr spent the week end. with Will am's brother. Martin Meyer an amily at Garner. Ava Simpson who taught schoo at Moravia, Iowa, the past season came to Whlttemore one day th past week to "spend the summe vith relatives here. Miss Rosella Voigt of Algona •pent the week end with her Rock Vicinity Nem Items L. ft. Roderick, Ventura, was a business caller In town last Tuesday. Theo. Krueger is doing plumbing for the Stoeber hardware at Fenton. MafjorJe Pettlt la assisting at the Hlldreth Pettlts, Fenton, for a few weeks. C. E. Householder, sons Everett and Glenn, made a business trip to Waterloo last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Dransfeldt Bancroft, spent Thursday evening at the Frank Macumbers. Mrs. Emil Kraft and daughter, Ruth, spent Thursday and Friday at the R. G. Borchardts, Blue Earth. Mr. and Mrs. Noah Reisner and daughter, Kathryn, Letts Creek, spent Tuesday evening at the Emil Krafts. The M. O. Richards family spent ast Tuesday with Mrs. Eliza Richards at Algona, they taking her to he hospital. Arthur Priebe returned Thursday from Decorah, Mrs. Priebe and on, Dennis, remaining for an ex- ended visit. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lastine. Dolllver, were last Tuesday afternoon and supper guests of Mr. and Mrs-. Fred Rowe. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Blerstedt and Mrs. Calvin Householder attended the commencement exercises at Fenton last Tuesday evening. Sunday, Leon and Merton Larson drove to the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Larson, at Decorah, where they will spend a week. The Delbert Geitzenauers and the Charles Hawks drove to Armstrong last Wednesday to visit the John Geitzenauners. Charles remained for an extended visit. Beulah Gladstone came home on Saturday morning after completing a school year's work at Swea City. Florence Householder finished her school work at Lakota, and Vera Morris at Gowrle. The Ladies Mite society mot nt the church parlors Thusrday afternoon. Mrs. Ray Snyder and Mrs. W. G. Flaig were hostesses. The next meeting will be with Mrs. P. M. Christensen and Mrs. W. C. Helter. BANCROFT NEWS FENTON SCHOOL YEAR ENDED LAST FRIDAY; MANY AWARDS WERE MADE Entertainment Just have been reading an ad where they Invited the public in to examine, try on and be told what to wear during the social season. That store must be getting a mighty long profit if they can afford to entertain the public free of charge. I have a lot of sympathy for the pocket books that are opened in that store. Neville's store is opened to sell goods, we hire clerks to sell goods. We have customers that buy goods. That is what we run a store for. We leave Mr. Rice to provide the entertainment. We like to have people come in, make themselves at home, use the rest room and enjoy visiting with their neighbors. But the minute they start trading we want them to drive up on the bit and show a buying disposition. That takes a clerk's time and costs money. We get rid of the "lookers around" by pricing the goods so low that they forget their bad habits and go to buying. We make buyers out of lookers. Efficiency is our watchword. We merchandise along *th« line* of least resistance with the least expense possible. No missionary work for some factory that wants to put their line across. We give people what they want when they want It and at prices cheaper than they can buy the Mine goods any where else. No green tags, red tags or decoys of any kind used. Just good standard merchandise. The same well known lines that are handled by the best stores all over the state. You get tl.e same goods but less service and less price when you trade at Neville's. Chain store or any other competition does not bother us. In fact I worked hard to get Montgomery Ward located in the Christensen building. I figured they would help bring people to Algona. Jinmie Neville . —_— -f^-^rmm^m Hkbvuuvu iiiti allOW er for Verdk Meyer*. Mae Nellson, daughter of Mr. an Mrs. Maurene Neilson of Fenton left the local hospital Saturda> Mae had on appendicitis operatioi nt the hospital last week. Mrs. H. L. Simpson and daughter mma Lou nnd Avn Simpson, spent the week end with Kathryn Simpson in Minneapolis. Knthryn is the daughter of Mrs. H. L. Simpson. Mrs. Fred Schallin and son. Dean of Milford, came Thursday to visit with Mrs. Schallin's mother, Mrs Mathilda Wagner and to attend the graduation exercises of the public school that evening. Aurella Alig left for Storm Lake Saturday evening to visit with a friend, Luella McQulrck. On Sun day the two girls went to Sioux City to attend an alumni banquet of the Briar Cliff College at Sioux City Aurelia returned home on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Art Schmeling and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Schmeling if here drove to Fort Dodge Sunday to visit with Mr. Schmellng's sister Mrs. Ernest Sager who fell Wednesday and fractured her hip. Mrs. Sager is in the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge. Fenton: The Fenton public school losed Friday for the summer va- ation witn a community picnic Inner and program in the school. \t one-thirty report cards were iven out followed by the style show n the assembly. The following wards were given: Home Econom- PS—for best dress, first prize ^o Vlnn Bergeson, awarded a fountain en, second prize to Iris Zwiefel, warded a Greek ship, third prize o Ivndel Bolte, a ribbon from the tfcCall Co.; for second dress—first rize to Ivndel Bolte, award, a ttle Dutch water carrier, second rize to Virginia Berkeland; for louses. Iris Zwiefel, little Dutch 'ater carrier, second prize to Shir?y Frank and Gladys Krause, a otton handkerchief. Prizes for cwlng booklets, first prize to Iris wicfel, second to Minn Bereeson nd third to Ivndel Bolte. Prizes )r cooking booklets—first to Vlr- cinln Bcrkelnnd nnd second to Ivn- del Bolte; for scrap books containing: social etiquette, attractive foods nnd menus nnd Interior decoration, first to Virginia Berkeland, second to Gladys Krause and third to Nlnn Bergeson. Best sewing book, first and only prize to Iris Zwlefel, who won n pin from the DuBcrry Co. Typing books were made by both first and second semester typing classes and contained the best work done by each student. One of the first lessons given was a * typed design, the best one made being a picture of George Washington made by Edmund Krause nnd a turkey made by Evelyn Klntt. The honor roll for the class which required a speed of 60 words per minute for each student in order to be registered, contained the names of Kdmund Kruue -~ • member receives a prize according to their skill. Miss Devine had high honors. A delictjuj lunch was served. C. M. Baker attended the barbers state convention at Waterloo Monday. The primary children of the Baptist public school enjoyed a wiener roast on the school grounds Monday afternoon. Mrs. Thos. Guest returned home Wednesday from Iowa City where she had been under treatme.it at .he University hospital. Linnea Mathson, who teacher the school four miles south of here, tn- ertained her pupils at a picnic on ""rlday, the last day of school. Rev. and Mrs. Patten are the parents of an eight pound son born nst Saturday at the Wohnke hos- jpital. He has been named David John. Several from Bancroft attended n picnic Monday afternoon nt the Call Park at Algonai with the Bnp- tist congregation of the Algona church. Eliznbcth Sudmeier of St. Pnul visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs Ben Sudmeir over the week end. She returned to St. Paul Sunday nfternoon. Mrs. M. J. Dvor entertained her club at bridge Thursday afternoon. Mrs. H. J. Deitering won the high score and Mrs. H. B. Menke won the cut prize. , Mr. and Mrs. Dan Burns of Emmetsburg and Thos. Comisky of Long Beach, California, spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of Mrs. Bridget Quinn. Charles Qulnn took them back to Emmetsburg on Sunday night. £•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••,3 BlUE RIBBON] SPECIALS THTJKS., MAY 26 One Day Only All Dark and || .95 Colored Straw I * Hats Formerly priced at .f'J.OO and $ 3 .50 New White Hats Just In All materials includinir felt, straw, crepe and panama. $1.49 $1.95 $2.95 Wash Frocks A fresh, new stock, nil the now fahrics—Shan- tung, flock dot voiles, horder prints and handkerchief lawns, all sizes. $1.00 $1.95 $2.95 THE ELITE SHOP %t,Act20nl TtnRMuttil Uw Uloi4>U«f BEAU IF. D. M. WANT ADfl-IT PAYB Mrs. John Mahoney of Algona assisted at the A. J. Mnrtinek home several days last week. Mrs. Ruth Sparks will be hostess to the aid Thursday, May 26 Mrs. Ella Martinek will assist. W. J. Martinek of Britt spent from Sunday to Thursday at the A. J. and Wm. J. Martinek homes. Zada and Bernlce Altwegg wero recent visitors at the home of their aunt, Mrs. Ruth Sparks and cousin Mrs. Joe Goetz. Fredericca Girres who taught south of Corwith, closed her school May 13, and will teach the Gardner school in Plum Creek nex' year. Farmers in this locality are interested in rural electrification and a good many have signed up, and everyone hopes it will be a suc- Mrs. Theo. Hoover entertained nve tables of cards last week Thursday evening, May 19th, in honor of Mr. Hoover's birthday. It was a surprise to him. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sparks and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Pearson pent last week Wednesday at Lost Island and brought home a good number of fish. Aline Martinek returned to Waterloo, Friday, May 20, to finish out the school year of which there are three weeks left. Being ill since Christmas, she had been unable to return. Donna Dru, small daughter of Mr and Mrs. Don Mertz, now Cherokee spent last week with her aunt. Mr.s Andrew Hansen. while Mrs. Mertz was in Cherokee getting ready to move there soon. The highest average 'speed for the semester was 78 words per minute, both Edmund Krausr; and Marie Fauerby having the speed average. Lurdtkrs Wi'd 25 Years Mr. nnd Mrs. Ben Luedtke cek- brnted their .silver wedding anniversary nt their home Friday rve- niiiff. Mny 20, by inviting about 200 relatives nnd friends to spend the evening with them. A fine program wns given which included a tnlk by the Rev. R. W. Knbelitz. Song\ were sung by Mr. and Mrs. Frcd- crick Schultz of Lone Rock. The evening was spent nt cards and visiting and late in the evening n unch was served. Mr. and Mrs. •uedtke were married 25 years ago n the Lotts Creek church on May 20, 1913, by the Rev. M. Furestnaii. Che couple were then attended by Mrs. Frderlck Schultz (Ida Krueg- ir>, Mrs. Thos. Geilenfeldt (Marha Dreyer) and Art Ludtke and Frank Schumaker. The couple was presented with a purse of 50 silver dollars and num- trous other lovely gifts. The Luedt- ies are parents of one daughter, Mrs. Ed. Meyer. From Fenton attending were the Rev. and Mrs. R. W. Kabelitz and family, Mrs. Herman Leudtke, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Krause and family, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Padgett and sons, Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Krause, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Krause and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Rietz and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Priebe. Breaks Arm Finning Arnold Klatt had the misfortune to break his arm Saturday while fishing at Tuttle Lake. The accident happened while Mr. Klatt attempted to crawl up a bank and he slipped, breaking his arm as stated. Mrs. T. N. McFall and Mrs. Heiman Krause, both of Fenton are suffering with severe cases of lumbago. Ernest Voteler and son, Erwin. accompanied a shipment of two cars of cattle to Chicago Saturday evening. They will return home Tuesday. While there they will visit relatives of Mrs. Votteler. SUM. O. a LAJMG announced that aU teachers of the public school system had been offered contracts for the next school year. However, it was understood that several have matrimony in mind and may not be teaching next fall Livermore News Over Week End Livermore: Mrs. W. F. Johnson is enjoying a visit at Sidney, going there Thursday. Mrs. Johnson before her marriage lived at Sidney. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Donovan had as their dinner guests Friday at the Carrel! cafe, Mrs. Ethel Aaronaon, and Mrs. Veva Dawe. Mrs. Duwe, who visited with her mother. Mrs. Auronson, last week, has returned to her homo at Glendive, Montana Mr. and Mrs. Charles Howard returned Friday from their- trip to Pine River. Minn. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs CUr- tnce Morrall of Algona. Both couples own cottages at Pine River, and the Howards have a son. Irvin. who operates a set of cabins there. Miss Bernadine Devine entertained the Wee-Noh bridge club at her home Wednesday evening. This is the last meeting of this club until fall, as its members are mojtly faculty members. Prices are given but once a year, and at the last meeting of the season where every AGAIN we cut the cost of being well dressed HART SCHAFFNER & MARX, cooperating in the 60th anniversary of the Leuthold stores, make it possible for THE HUB to sell $35 and $40 superbly tailored Hart Schaffner & Marx Suits at prices you can well afford. So- Beginning May 24th - - This lot of new Hart Schaffner I and Marx high grade Suits will * go on sale, priced at Sizes 35 to 50 - Regulars, Stubs, Longs and Stouts You owe it to yourself to see these while the choosing is still good. And Don't forget, plenty of other thrifty men will be doing that too. THE HUB CLOTHIERS Leuthold—Williams—Reynold*

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