The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 14, 1938 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 14, 1938
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 14,1938 150 LADIES MET AT AD) SESSION, BURT, ON FRIDAY Varied Program Present ed of Musical Numbers, Talks, Luncheon Burt: About 150 ladies attended the Ladies' Aid guest day, Friday afternoon. The following program w«a given: devotions by Mrs. C. B. Chlpman; greetings by Mrs. Lillian Sheldon. Ladles' Aid president; vocal solo by Mrs. Virgil Schrader; reading by Shirley Lockwood and piano solo by Ruth Reed. A talk on a recent trip to California was given by Miss Warner. A duet was given by Mrs. G. E. Brace and Zelpha Pratt; violin solo by Dorothy Brooke. Following the program a two course luncheon was served. The Lone Rock, Fenton, Titonka, Doan, Good Hope Aid societies and tie local societies were guests. Attend ROOM Party Rachel Clapsaddle and her cousin, Mary Elise Clapsaddle. attended a bouse party at the home of Mary Barnes at Eagle Grove last Wednesday night The guests were all members of the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority of the State University. Rachel left Friday for Iowa City to attend summer school. Mary Ellse accompanied her on her way to her borne in Ste. Genevieve. Mo. Esther FriU, Titonka, spent Tuesday afternoon at the H. E. Rachut borne. Supt and Xra. M. C Bowie and Bttle son left the first of the week for Marshalltown. The L. E. Roetmans spent Thurs- at Ames. Mr. Roetman attended n dairy meeting there. The Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Doms were dinner guests Wednesday evening at the Will Rlngsdorf home. Chet Stow and granddaughter, Mrs. Pat Stephens, Vlcl, Okla., visited last week at the 3. P. Stow home. Mrs. John Recker was taken to the Kossuth hospital Thursday, where she was operated on for appendicitis. Mr. and Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel and daughter, Eleanor, returned home Thursday from a few days' visit with relatives at Greenville, Arenzville and PmiceviHe, 111. The R. W. Rashs moved Friday Into rooms in Mrs. John Recker's house near the school house. The Martin Grtese family moved Into the house vacated bjf the Rashs. Mrs. Walter Sorenson went to Mallard Saturday to get Mr. Sorensen's father, S. H. Sorensen, and his sister, Mrs. Etta Gerdahl of Aberdeen, S. D., for a few days' visit here. Marilda and Zelpha Rae Pratt drove to Afton Thursday, where Marilda had applied for a school. She was offered a position, but has not yet decided to accept as she also has an offer from another school. Will Toebben, Chicago, came Monday for a few days' visit with his mother, Mrs. Anna Toebben. Mrs. Olaf Olson and daughter, Barbara, Elmore. Minn., also came Tuesday to visit with her mother and brother. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Blefch returned Thursday from New Prague. Minn., where they had visited at th« home of their son. Albert They also visited Mr. Blelch's mother at the Oscar Anderson home at N Richland, Minn. Erna Baars, Frances Vaughn and Mary Ann Smith went to Cedar Falls Thursday, where Mary Ann made arrangements to attend college this fall. Frances Vaughn KOSSUTH PRIMARY VOTE 1 -e -^ it i I I Algona. 1st Ward — 2nd Ward _________ 3rd Ward ______ 4th Ward _________ Buffalo - ....... — Burt ....... ______ Tresco ..... ______ Eagle — ..... ______ E. Lone Rock _______ Fenton ____________ Gflrfield ___________ German _________ -'Grant _________ ..... Greenwood _________ | Harrison __________ Hebron ____________ Irvinpton __________ I^hota ____________ Ledyard ........... Lincoln ........ -Lone Rock _________ Lott? Creek _________ Lu Verne ___________ Plum Creek _________ Portland __________ Prairie ____________ Ramsey ____________ Riverdale __________ Seneca ____________ Sexton _____________ Sherman ___________ Springfield ________ Swea ______________ Tnion ____________ Wesley _____ ..... — Whittemore — ..... - • Your Present Car Will Need Repairs • You've Thought of Getting a Better Car • You Want the Most for the Least—then SEE THE KENT MOTOR CO. FOR Used Cars and Trucks At Lowest Prices CARS One 1937 Ford 60 Tudor One 1936 Ford Deluxe Tudor One 1936 Ford Tudor One 1936 Plymouth Coach One 1936 Chevrolet Coach One 1936 Dodge Sedan One 1934 Chevrolet Coach One 1934 Chevrolet Sedan One 1934 Ford Tudor One 1933 Ford Tudor One 1930 Ford Coupe One 1930 Chevrolet Coach TRUCKS 1935 Chevrolet Panel 1935 Chevrolet Truck L. W. B. 1933 Chevrolet Truck L. W.B. 1934 Dodge Truck L. W. B. Kasv Terms if Drsiivl KENT MOTOR COMPANY Sales FORD Service N KVEM-NGS AND Sl.NOAV .MOKMNCiS 121) 209 99 84 78 8 29 25 23 46 12 31 17 65 80 20 25 23 35 4 40 3 451 15| 25! 121 111 6| 411 51 13! 2 35 37| 79 37 ISj 27| 11| 15: 66j 38, 3! 30! 12; 36! 10; 12; 16 27 22| 9 7| 26 14! "; 19; 201 20 25| 23' 5! 111 1 ! 14 4i 4! 5! 10! 20 26 29i 50 84 88 60 51 46 27 13 14 44 Hi 3 5 141 33 6 15 19 17 16 25, 43J 311 22! 27| 83 55 48 45 1 111 ll! 3 11 28 94 97 7| 15: 13 12j 17| 3 61 13 9 13 1; 21 16 2 2 22, 2 7 2! 3! 2 11 5 8! 6' 10 16 13! 2 0| 3| ll 22' lO 5g 97 115 67 49 40 35 14 15 39 15 37 6 146 36 2 13 29 18 18 32 15 24 28 2 90 63 78 56 18 13 3 14 33 100 80 10 25 23' 16j 19! 21 i 3 ! 1 6 19J 16 1 ! 55j 8; .2 1 ^ S 471 ll 1 8! 4 :: 33|! iS 9 "I 01 3 8! 271 98! Totals _____________ i 1491 639;| 1411J 309JI 1523| 552|| 61 99 114 6!) 68 6: 34 18 23 63 18 6: 8 195 48 10 14 44 26 22 37 59 35 31 30 121 69 65 71 24 ID 3 19 34 121 148 1940 113 205 94 75 118 116 27 50 21 68 19 10 30 68 96 26 27 43 42 11 33 16 61 25 37 12 20 6 48 5 13 4 39 47 93 57 2 WESLEY GBU5 IN BRAIN DERBY Wesley: Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Olson and daughter, Florence and Lavonne Oerdes arrived home late Tuesday night fr6m Iowa City, where the two girls had been in the annual "brain derby". While In Iowa City the group attended the university commencement ex- reclses and spent a great deal of time with Margaret Haverly who was one of this year's graduate nurses. Clarence Haverly of Dundee, III., was at Iowa City for the graduation of his sister. K. ft H. Office Change Iva Mae Ward, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will Ward, left Wednesday for Omaha from where she is to board a streamlined train for the west coast to arrive at San Diego Saturday. She has been employed as bookkeeper and stenographer at the K. & H. oil company since early in the summer of 1035. Albert Dektete oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. l*wis Ltcktelg, began his duties In the office of the K. ft H. oil company Monday. SttnflivMtt to C«Mt " Word has been received her* that Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Sturdlvant, former Wesley News •*»«'•«]>••«* to move to the state of Washington In the near future. Mr. Sturdlvant has given up his sales route at Hubbard. ; The" Vee Mnllin family attended « family reunion at the Call State Park Sunday. It was the flrst reunion of the family. There were about BO present • The Olaf Punnemark family drove to Northfleld Saturday to get Mildred who has been attending St. Olaf s college there. Edward remained for the commencement exercises The daily vacation Bible school began Monday at the Methodist church and will continue for two weeks. Miss Erma Ward and Rev. and Mrs. Bottom are the Instructors. There are 42 children enrolled this year. 1775 spent the rest of the week at the Frank Bahling home. . Mrs. H. C. Schav and children, Marian and Charles, Chicago, ar rived Thursday for a month's visit at the home of her brothers, A. G. and Jess Volentine. She also came to see her father. E. tf. Volentin*. who was very '" at this home at Fairmont, Minn. He died about the time she arrived here. Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Graham and J. H. Graham drove to Des Moines. Wednesday, to attend the gradua- lion of Betty Graham, n granddaughter of J. H. Graham, who graduated from North high at the head of her class. Maxine Kearns. a former Burt girl, was also one of the graduates. Mrs. J. H. Graham, who had gone down before, came home with them. Mrs. G. McMullen, Webb, and her daughter. Madeline, who has been teaching at Aberdeen. S. D., came Wednesday for a visit at the G. H. McMullen home. The former is Mr. McMullen's mother. His sister will go to California from here, where !.he will attend summer school and teach. Mrs. McMullen will make an extended visit here. On Sunday the E. N. McMullens, of Webb, the C. H. Petersons of Paton and E. O. Bier- baum.s. Cherokee, visited at the McMullen home. TEACHING STAFF HIRED, SWEA CITY Swea City: The Swea City school board completed the hiring of next year's staff of teachers last week. Contracts have been offered to Miss Lola Paulin of Kingsley and Miss Anita Hefke of Bronson. Miss Hefke will teach Latin and history and Miss Paulin will teach the second grade. St. Benedict, Ottosen Cross Bats Sunday St. Benedict: The St. Benedict ball team will play Ottosen here next Sunday, June 19. Everybody invited. Parents of Bnby Girl Gco. Simons are the proud parents of a baby daughter horn Thursday This i.-- their fr.uith child, having three daughters and one .son. Rev. KririHT r-vtiirn'd Fridiy morning from Sioux City. John \V:tt<! ar.'! MUV Joe v.-ere bn.-i- ri(-- , i iMcr.i at Ma-on City last Thursday. Miss Marie ntif-'T.taller report- they called on the Venteuher family on their trip to Stacyville,. ' Melvina Simons. and Louise Huhchk'.i spent Thursday afternoon I and evening visiting Alice Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. J. O Downs drove to Poeahontas Sunday to brin;; Marcia Ann home who had spent a week at the Eieh home there. Gto. Ludwig, Greg Studer. Dan Froehlich and Harold Henii/er drove i to Clear Lake. Thursday for a fishing trip. Fair luck was reported Immanuel Lutheran missionary- society will meet in Luther hall Thursday. Then-aid Johnson is the new manager at the Citizens' Service oil station. Mr. and Mrs. George K. Nelson and children. Doris and Donald, spent several days with Mrs. Nelson's parents, the J. A. Watson's at Forest City. Roy Bravender, Jr., will join the clothing business operated by his father here. He has just received a bachelor's degree in commerce from the state university. Rev. R. C. Swanson addressed the district Luther League convention at Spencer Saturday. Lyle Skromme and Ruth Anderson attended as delegates. He also addressed another similar meeting at Rockwell City. Mrs. Ervin Link. Mrs. Leslie Hanson and Mrs. James Montgomery wrtH entertain the Baptist Ladies' Guild Friday. Rev. Bronleewe will speak on "The Sharp SworJ of Prophecy" and Lucille Montgomery will sing. Mr. nml Mrs. W. F. Petterson left last Tuesday for their home at Taroma. Washington, after an extended visit with her parents, the. C. J. AppelrjuistF. Thirty relative; were present at n farewell dinner i to honor the Peltersons last week j .Sunday. | j The W. C. T. U. meets June 11 ' I with Mrs. Jennie McCn-.ry. The ! M. E. Aid meets Wednesday wit.i i Miss Lulu Haglund and Mesdam- 1 * j Walter Lunn. Anna Clark and Har' old Ditsworth. Mrs. Harold Evans will lead the lesson and Mrs. Harvey Hoiiier will furnibh the music LuVerne Cemetery Group Plans Picnic Lu Verne: Mrs. Peter Thompson, Mrs. D. Voss. Mrs. I. H. Benedict and Mrs. J. E. Stoddard were the hostesses at the June meeting of the LuVerne Cemetery Association at the town hall Thursday after- Irvm Chapman and Mrs D. Marty will be the committee in charge Mr.-. Chas. Koonari h is been on i noon. The July meeting will be the tne sick list the pa:-t week. Mr. annual picnic. Florence Hof, Mr Koorian .-tailed work Friday morn- I :ng for the county mowing gra. s along the main highways. Mr.-:. Krnil Arndorftr and 'her n••nif.'htfc! •-. Andrew K(.<!r> of Heaver I>arn and Mr.-. Harry .Simmons of Letts Creek News I /-l^'or.a drove to V.'hitumore Thurs- j n-.y afternoon to t all on Mrs. Lav/- \ lence Kenne. The ladiea are sisters Helen Arend received a nice long lett'/r from her former teacher, Sister M. Medard. who is at prfc.i- t.nt in Colorado. Hue inquired about all her former pupils an<J her rnar.v i oliier fuend.j. She \vu.i very well ! liked by all. ' Nick Koshopf and Frank Arndorf- Kort D&d Frlday on business, |i<rs were over Sunday visitors at Nic.'k Gen«ltr drove to Mason Cit> Friday, where he purchased a new Euiek. The IwOlts Creke Lassies 4-H clur will meet Tuesday, June 21 at th Arnold Meine home. Mr and Mrs. Wm.* Mayer and Mr and Mrs. Wrn. Futrstenau went lo Halbur. Iowa. Both visited their sisters. N"i( k at the John Schmitz home the former Anna Roskopf and Frank at the Potoff home. Mrs. Poloff is the former Marie Huschka. Mrs. Carrie Erick.son accompanied some of her friends of Corwith to Clear Lake. Thursday, June '). where they attended the Royal Neighbors' JSth district convention She visted on Friday with her Mster. Mrs O. Erickion and at the Cra.>. Krieksons. UNION NEWS Ml.-. George Stewart is spending two weeks with relatives at Arm .-iron/, alter which she will return lo the home of her daughter. Mi- Hi nry Tjaden. Mr... George Boevers arrived home la.-l week Monday from visits in Arizona and California with her ioi,3. .She was gone about two and a iialf months. Mr. and Mrs. Joe PeM he!. .M>II.-> Gordon and Robert iind daughter, Loreita of Grey Eagle. Minn., stopped Thursday at the home of Mrs. FI.SI hel's niece. Mrs. Louis Bode. The I'e.-.chels are louring lowu. stopping at Monmouth. Clinton. Siou< City. ! J itr»tm and Omaha. Robert Kyno returned to his homo Saturday at Fort Dodge after bpeiul- wefck wtih his cousin. Rob Mr. and Mrs. Carl Heller and family of Westgate were Sunda visitors at the Richard PotraU , home. i Ralph Liesener is having some • improvements made on his farm : near Lotts Creek. He is having a porch built on his house and is also painting it. j Ada Fiene returned home from I Arnes Friday evening to visit wjth j her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Fiene. i Ada is attending school at Iowa 1 State College. I The Ladies Aid society met Fri- j day afternoon in the school bas..-- j rnent. Visitors were Mrs. Win. I Rusch. Sr.. of \Vhitteiriore and Jo ' hanna Fiene. Mr. and Mrs. August I J ijahn and Ruth attended hte funeral of Au^. Sch'ittschneider at Whitterjiore on Monday. Mr. .Schattachneider wa> an iiacle of August Pijahn. Mr. and Mrs. Jack I'Jilsworlh of Algona were Wednesday evening visitors at the Art Jackman home. Carol Jackman accompanied them home. She will spend a few da;, a there. The Immanuel Lutheran church of Lolls Creek will celebrate its niis- .-.ion festival. Sunday. June !'J, in the Herman Hintz grove. Dinner will be served by the ladies of the con gregatioii. The Young People's society rnet Friday evening in the school base- iinent. Games wereplayed. Five hun- - I dred was the main attraction. Gei t- ei" Bode. Robert und Kathryn. took |rade Kuecker won high prizes, their cousin home and spent the week end at the Ryno home, bringing bac-K their brother. Donald, who spent the oast week with his cousin, ard Pornpe won low prizes. Those on the serving committee for next time are: Ruth Schmiel, Millrcd Faulstich and Elmer Ruhnke. THANK YOU I wish to thank the voters of the Second District for the splendid support they gave me at the Primaries. May I have your continued support ? I will endeavor to do my duty to the best of my ability. A. R, Cruikshank Dress Sale Dress Sale third door west of the OambteStore the n«w ,„ now in full swing. Clothing the n«w SS S unheard of offer. " '* «* " Beginning Wednesday Morning, June IS, yon can have your pick, any drew in the home, at 49c wwi selling at 78c and It is your This Includes the ones she 98c also those $1.75 smocks and uniforms, choice of the liouse for 4»& von mav wait until every hair of your head turns m will never get such bargains again. These resws. well tailored and up to date In flt and and clean, right from the wholesale house, way they would retail at from $1.28 np to some up to $3.00. You get your choice of any of them for 49c. This week 49c will cover up a multitude of Imperfections. You can always use a few extra •>"•«»• Now is the time to get them while you can get three for the prfce of one Mrs. Trlbon, sales manager. Jimmie Neville sornsTKinc TO UIEHB Sunday, June 19th •F-O-P, M-E-N'S WtAft . . . The Home of Nationally Advertised, Quality Merchandise at Prices No Greater than Asked for Ordinary Furnishings. From winter to spring, to summer, to fall and bark to winter—all the year around, you'll like the umart but economically priced men's and boys' furnishing offered at this modern store. 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