The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 5, 1938 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 5, 1938
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MRS. JOHN LAFFEY ATTENDS A POST NUmiSHOWER Occasion is Twenty-Se - enth Wedding Anniversary of Couple Armstrong: Mrs. John Laffey was accompanied to Estherville Wednesday evening by Mrs. L. Hansen and son, Eugene and Mrs. Martha Chrlstensen, all of Forest City. They attended a shower on the ladies' niece. Mrs. Robert Nichols of Estherville. who was the former Olive Twedt before her marriage on May 30th at Canton, S. D. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Griffen and N. Goeders and son, Bert, are spending a week's vacation at Leech Lake, Minn. Mrs. Roy Henderson of Fairmont, is spending several days with her father, Joe Johnson, and also with other friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Guerdet and the Rev. Bernard Eischeld returned the first of the week from a fish- Ing trip to northern Minnesota. Miss Lois Rankin of Denver, Colo., who has been visiting at the Chas. Denlson home here, is visiting a few days In Onalaska, Wis., with some friends. Mrs. Ed Ghor of Charles City. Mr. and Mrs. N. Goeders and son, Leo, and Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Irm- Uer were all Sunday evening visitors at the Nick Griffen home. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Johnson and son, Mr. and Mrs. Alva Burt and daughter, Marilyn, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bollig and daughters, Betty Ann, and Donna Jean, of Seneca, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Irmitei, Jr., of Ringsted were Tuesday evening June 28th visiti!rs at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Irmiter. The event was a surprise party on the Irmiters, it being their 27th wedding anniversary. The Irmiters are the parents of five children: Henry, Jr., of Ringsted. Mrs. Bernice Bnumnnn of Snohomish, Washington: Willard nt home;'Irene of St. Paul, and Marie at home. The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, July 6, 1938 Farewell Party Members of the Lutheran Aid society of the Fairville church held a farewell party in honor of Mrs. H. D. Stahmcr, at the home of Mrs. E. K. Johnson on Thursday afternoon. Five hundred and bunco were played with Mrs. Ed Pricbe winning the high score prize in five hundred and Mrs. Dan Bleckwenn the high score in bunco. Following the entertainment a two course luncheon was served which was prepared by the guests. Mrs. Stahm- cr was presented with a walnut gateleg table. Nelson Families Hold Their 7th Annual Reunion The seventh annual Nelson family reunion was held at the Call State Park, Algona, on Saturday, June 25th. Following a picnic dinner, the afternoon was spent socially. There was also a short business meeting consisting of group singing; roll call to which 57 members responded; election of officers. The following are the officers for the coming year: C. E. Christiansen, of Ringsted, president, and Mrs. F. A. Nelson of Ringsted , secretary-treasurer. Miss Dorothy Nelson of Algona read some interesting facts regarding the history of the Nelson family. She and Miss Lillian Christiansen of Ringsted presented a stunt "Black Face" which proved amusing.. Those who attended the reunion this year were as follows: Columbus, Ohio—Mrs. A. V. Hicks and son, Robert. Minneapolis, Minn.—Mrs. J. D. Cash and daughter, Mary Caryl. Sioux Falls, S. D.—Carita Girton. Algona—Mr. and Mrs. George Olson, Jr., Mrs. Leslie Huff, Mrs. Anna Nelson and daughter, Dorothy. Ames—Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Nelson. . Burt—Mrs. Gertrude Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Thompson and daughter, Barbara, Mr. and Mrs. Sophus Petersen. Des Moines—Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Nelson and sons, Dedn and Bruce. Fenton—Mr. and Mrs. Leo Steven and daughter. Muriel. Gliaden—Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Butrick, Mrs. Zara Kelly and daughter, Arlene. Graettinger—Mrs. Joe Oakes and son, Dean. Iowa City—Master Billy Thomas. Lake City—Mrs. Minnie Havens. Ledyard—Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Nelson. LuVerne—Mr. and Mrs. Art Benschoter. Ringsted—Mr». Sena Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Christiansen, Cecil, Lillian and Dale. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Nelson. Boyce and Jerry, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Nelson, Wanda and Sharon Kay. , Sexton—Mr. and Mrs. George Olson. Si-.. Mr. and Mrs. Art Olson. Waterloo—Mrs. Harold Nelson and son, David. BODES HAVE AN OUTDOOR PICMC Union: An outdoor picnic was en joyed on the Louis Bode lawn Sunday. Those attending were the Rudolph Will, Emit Stoffel, Nick Krieps. Walter Heerdts and Knute Bolin families of Union, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Blair of Wlnnebago, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Albert McCarthy nnd Mr. and Mrs. John W. Pchiltz of Bancroft and Richard Kyno of Fort Dodge.. BICYCLE LEAGUE RULES LISTED Local Bike Riders Eligible To Join State Safety Organization The Iowa State Safety Council today released an outline of activities for the State Safety Council Bicycle Division, to which any boy or girl bicycle rider is eligible to membership. Membership plates for the members' bicycles, carrying the name "Iowa State Safety Council, Bicycle Division", will be available next week. These are issued through the office of the Iowa State Safety Council, State Capitol Building, Des Moines, Iowa, upon receipt of an application and payment of a ten cent per member fee. The members of the battalions will elect, from their membership, a Judge of Bicycle Court, a Prosecuting Attorney, a Defense Attorney, five members to serve as jurors and five as alternate jurors, to serve for a period of three months. Each member must agree to abidn by the decisions of the Battalion Court in case he ic commanded to aopear as an offender against safety rules in the operation of his bicycle. If an offender is found guilty after a trial by jury, the Judge of the Court is given the authority to impound the offender's bicycle for aperlod of not less than one day nor more than fifteen days, 'n accordance with the seriousness of the offense. Any 'member of a Bicycle Battalion is authorized to Me a com- p'nint on violations ot safety rules for bicycle operation with the cap- of the Battalion. The captain v/lll file the complaint with the Bicycle Court and bring t!r> offender mtc. (iurt. Failure to comply with the order of the court will be reason for a dishonorable dischnrgc to the battalion member thus Involved. Each battalion will meet once each week. At the conclusion of each meeting the court will be called into session. The slogan of the Bicycle Division of the lowo State Safety Council is "Your Bicycle Division Membership Certificate is Your First Driver's License." The choice ii citily m«d«. The Andre wi Hotel Ii litueted In the center of the downtown dbtrlct-e few ttcpi to thopt end emutcmenti. Cuciti ere elwtyt com- forteblc in pleewnt, homelike roomi Ap- pctUlna food for brcelcfctt, luncheon end dinner -served In the Colfee Shop...G«r«9C »«f vice.. .All retei «rc rcesonible. 4TH STREET AT HENNIPIN SPECIAL SALE Of Men's Suits :>,:,(> of them from the Northern Jobbing Company of Kt. Paul. I bought them at one half of the regular wholesale price. Not a suit ill the lot that cost less than $20.00 wholesale. They are regular $30.00 retailers. You ( an have your choice of these high grade, splen- did'suits for $12.50 About 53 summer suits, tropical worsted, gaberdines ami sport suits, your choice $10.00 1 am making Hicsc ridiculously low prices for a quick tuin. They ale new, stylish, unlo-date, beautifully tailored and loo per cunt pure worsted. It )-•> an opportunity of a life time to get u high grade tailored S-'W.OO suit at $12.50. suits got at $10.00. All the summer IUKKV—IHHHV—HIRBY Jimmie Neville Alguua, lovvu Roetman, Burt, Gets Buttermaker's Prize Burt: Among the Burt people who attended the annual meeting of the Iowa State Brand Creamery Co., at Mason City Thursday were'L. E. Roetman and family, Mr. and Mrj. Ed Weiske and son, Harold, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zanke, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Arend, Mr. and Mrs. A. Bunkofske, Mr. and Mrs. Vvyot Stott, Mr. and Mrs. Verne Riebhoff. W. A. Stoutenberg and Dorothy Brooke. Mr. Roetman was one of the ten buttermaK- ers with highest ranking for the year and received a fine Hudson Bay wool blanket as a prize. LONE ROCK NEWS SENECA NEWS Mrs. Chris Nielsen is seriously ill at her home in Seneca. Arlene Stafford of Mallard and Barbara Classon of East Chain. Minn., are visiting at the Irvin Classon home. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Classon and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Olsen and family, Arlene Stafford. Barbara Classon nnd Earl nnd J^v Norris spent Tuesday evening at the Art Paulsen home. Mrs. Cora Drlnnan who has been seriously ill at her home for several w«ek« with heart trouble and complications, passed away at 4:30 a. m. at her home Thursday morn Ing. Funeral arrangements had not been made when this was written. The Eugene Pearsons moved on Wednesday to their new home in Algona. Calvin Householder of Chicago, spent Thursday evening here with his family. Mrs. Emil Kraft and daughter, Ruth, spent Thursday at the Ralph Priebes, Bancroft- Dale Earing and Gerald Hutchinson, who have spent the past months in California, returned here Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bierstecit and Mrs. Calvin Householder made a business trip to Fort Dodge last Monday. ' Mr. and Mrs. Ray Snyder and the John Nymans attended the annual Iowa State Brand creamery meeting at Mason City, Thursday. Margaret Gladstone, student nurse at the Iowa hospital in Iowa City, arrived here Wednesday evening for a three weeks' visit at the parental Rev. S. M. Gladstone home. The Ladies' Mite society met on Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Frank Flaig and with Mrs. A. D. Newbrough assisting. The next meeting will be with Mrs. A. A. Krueger with Mrs. H. A. Blanchard assisting. Mrs. Alex Krueger entertained at a farewell party for Eula Mae and Betty Ann Sharp Tuesday afternoon. Attending; were: Beverly Soncs, Luella Ackermnn, Ruth Kraft, Catherine Flnig. Ruth Ellen Householder. Helen Jensen, Joan Flaig and Phyllis Hnwks. A surprise farewell party was held in honor of Mrs. Fred Rowe fit her home Thursday evening. At tending werd: Mrs. Emil Kraft. Airs. Melvin Hawks, Mrs. Otis Sanders. Mrs. Raymond Bierstedt. Mrs. Jnck Quinn. Mrs. Mcrwin Marlow, Mrs. F. Householder and Mrs. Delbert Geltzcnnucr. They presented Mrs. Rowe with a picture. STORM BLOWS SILO DOWN Union: The old wooden silo on tlv Lawrence Gisch farm was blown down by the heavy wind lust Friday evening. Children III With Mump* Lelty nnd Richard Sarchett have been sick with the mumps for some time. Visit Beltttlve» Mrs. Lizzie Kress. George Kress. Clarence and Luella Kress from Milliard spent Sunday at the Franl: Hoflus home. The Kress are cousins of Mrs. Hofius. Surrhrt'.M Attended Reunion Mr. and Mrs.' Roy Sirchett R" 1 daughter, Betty, spent Sunday with the Art Gustafsons of Boone. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sarchett accompanied them to Boone and went tr the Hutchinson reunion. Champions Learn From American Boy Magazine Many famous athletes in all sports credit much of their success to playing tips and suggestions receviej from sports articles carried In The American Boy Magazine. Virtually every issue of The American Boy offers advice from a coach or player. Football, basketball, baseball, track, tennis, In fact, evrey major sport Is covered in fiction and articles. This is just one feature of The American Hoy Magazine. Adventure-, exploration, sports, humor, flying, science, travel, detecting, nnimnls. nre well represented in stirring stories. The American Boy sells on nil ncws.-itancis at ISc a copy. Subscription prices arc SI.,SO for o;ie yenr or $300 for three years. To subscribe simply send your name, address and remittance to The American Boy, roit, Mich". '•130 Second Blvd., Det- 27* Dorothy Gisch has just recovered from the mumps. Joe Krieps is sporting a new Buick special car. The Olaf Romstads are painting their house at this time. Cl lire Winkle has been seriously ill with sciatica the past week. Kugene Draeger was a guest of Stewart Thompson over .Sunday. The Albeit Could family visited with the Wiiilm- family recently. A laruf number from this vicinity :ittended the funeral of J. F. Conk Sunday. The children at the Long home are having a siege of the mumps at this time. Mrs. C B. Hoklricige is spending the week with her niece, Mrs. Frank Hofius. Mrs. Nels Beck lias been ill for the past three weeks, most of the time being in bed. Frank Spear, father of Mrs. Roy Sarchett, is in the hospital in Iowa City at this time. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Winkle visited at the home of their son. Claire and family Tuesday. A thresher meeting was held on Tuesday evening at the Nick Knei^ home. Plans will be maue for this yuur'si run. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sarchctt attended the annual Hutchison ie union at Boone Sunday. About 70 were in attendance. Charles Grahum spent Sunday at the Louis Bode home. Bernard Bode, who works south of Algoiri was also home for Sunday. Pearl Alt who has been absent from her duties at the M. W. Wo'.i home due to illness, is again engaged in working there. A WPA project is in progress grading the road from the school house of district No. 4 east and! north past the Frank Thompson \ furm to the bridge in the timber juat | north of the Thompsons. ATTENTION FARMERS! Knock-out BINDER Twine Manila Twine or Sisal Place Your Orders Now Coast-to-Coast Store We buy you newspictuies! YOU, TOO, CAN TAKE NEWSPICTURES THAT SELL FOR BIG MONEY 11 We buy your newspictuies! W* pay a minimum of $2 00 on acceptance.' Many bung as high at $50 00 aad higher! For Our Contiibutors Mr. and Mrs. John Flora an<l Mildred spent Wednesday evening listening to the light Wlitt tOiayia !<•• hl> bow you loo CAa tak. pictuiM tiut wt buy libm >&u! hdditu Piclun £oncr. CAI* ol CO-OPERATIVE FEATURE! INC. Ml North MicKijm Chicago, 111. 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