The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 13, 1938 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 13, 1938
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 13,1938 MIXERS MEET Seneca: The Modern Mixers club «ft«t at the Olaf Ofledahl home on Wednesday. Games were played for entertainment with Mrs. Jens Peterson tnd Mrs. Howard Richards winning the prizes. Gifts were given to five members of the club for perfect attendance. Guests of the afternoon were Mrs. C. O. Bailey, Mrs. Slagle and son, Charles, Miss Sterg, Miss EHIerbroeck, Miss Clarke and Eulah Williamson. Dorothy Hoeck III Dorothy Hoeck is ill with inflammatory rheumatism. See MlnnMota Fair Mr. and Mrs. James Doocy returned Wednesday evening after spending several days at the Minnesota state fair and visited relatives at Aberdeen, S. D. Mrs. Albert Cody and daughters, Maxine and Helen, spent Thursday and Friday at Minneapolis, attending the fair. Will Enter College Clem Dotaon and son, Vemon, went to Mason City Monday where Vernon plans to attend school. Carl Olson, who was employed at the Carl Peterson home is now ill with quinsy. Mrs. George Peterson of Morris, Minn., is visiting at the Carl Peterson home. Ned Mason spent the week end at Minneapolis attending the fair and visiting his sister. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Hoeck and .Dorothy spent the week end at LeMars. Jimmy. Hoeck returned to his home with them. ' Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson and the former's sister, Ruth Johnson of Fort Dodge were week end guests at the Carl Petrson home. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Reyman and .family and Margaret Bobo of Nevada, Iowa, were Sunday dinner guests at the A. T. Paulsen home, Ruby Paulsen returned to Nevada with them to spend the coming week, • The senior and junior classes have elected their class officers. The senior officers are president, Merlin Dotson; vice president, Helen Burt; secretary, Robert Lynch. Juniors are president, LeRoy Klein; vice president, Barbara Lentsch; secretary. Daryle Hansen. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schmidt and daughter, Luella, Fairmont, came Sunday for a few days visit with relatives. Jake Weaver, Sexton, Breaks Arm in Fall Sexton: Jake Weaver suffered a broken arm last Monday when he fell from the roof of his kitchen, where he had climbed to repair a chimney. Two bones were broken. George and Arthur Olsen spent the week erid in Chicago and attended the ball game. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Anderson have returned from a two weeks' visit with relatives In Indiana. Mrs. Chester Fitch spent Monday In Algona with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Nordstrom. Her sister, Agnes Nordstrom left that day for Los Angeles, where she Is a nurse in a hospital there. St. Joe Newljrweds Return from Trip St. Joe: Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hilbert returned Saturday from their wedding trip through the Black Hills, the Rocky Mountains and Yellowstone Park. Francis Erpelding spent from Wednesday until Friday night with his friend, Darwin Hammer. Richard Thul, attending a business college at Des Moines is at home for a few days vacation. Anna Kayser returned to her home here last week Wednesday evening from the Bill Weis home in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. John Thill and fanv ily of Whittemore spent Sunday afternoon at the Mrs. John Fuhrman, Sr., home. Mrs. Chas. Plathe, who became ill in the Black Hills and was forced to return home, is much improv. ed at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reding and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Reding and children and Anna Kayser were Sunday dinner guests at the James Backer home near Livermore. Bonnanns, St. Joe, Leave St Joe : Mr. and Mrs. Nick Borman, Jr., and two oldest daughters, Lorena and Eleanor and son, James left the latter part of last week for several days visit with relatives in Dell Rapids, S. D. Mrs. Jess Anderson of Llvermore is taking care of the household during the absence of the Bormanns. Mi*. Oscar Patterson and son, Wesley, drove to Cedar Falls on Tuesday in preparation for Wesley to enter college the first semester. They will remain until Friday. SENECA LUTHER AN AID ENTERTAINS East Seneca: The Seneca Lutheran Aid had Its guest day last week Thursday, entertaining the Lutheran Aids from Fenton, Ottosen and Depew. A good program was furnished by the help of the Ottosen Aid. Hostesses were Mrs. Otto Wilberg, Mrs. Qeo. Jensen, Mrs. J. M. Jensen, Mrs. A. M. Wilberg. A delicious lunch was serve.] to the guests. Attends Seneca School Jesse Spear Is staying at the Carl Peterson home and attending school at Seneca for the present school year. Visit State Fair Mr. and Mrs. Herb Wolfe, Armstrong and Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Dotson spent Friday at the State Fair, Des Molnes. Drive to Minneapolis Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Jensen and Holger Peterson, Evelyn Earing, drove to Minneapolis Sunday on BJ pleasure trip. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Denton spent Sunday at the parental Haack home, Lone Rock. Rev. R. W. Kabelltz and daughter of Fenton was a caller at the G. Kracht home Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Hansen and children of Ringsted were Sunday guests at the parental Peter Petersons. Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Godden were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Rosensteil, Al gona. _ Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Yager returned from Des Moines state fair last week and were dinner guests at the C. O. Baileys. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jensen and family and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Delperdang of Bancroft, spent Sunday at Tuttle Lake. The Seneca Lutheran young people met at the Mlllen Jensen home for a social evening of entertainment Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Merrill and family spent Sunday at the Alfred Linke home. Fort Dodge, to get ac- Loite Rock Women Stage Shower for Mrs, Paul Voigt Lone Rock: Mrs. Alex Radtg and Mrs. William Fuerstenau were the hostesses to a miscellaneous shower Sunday at the Radlgs In honor of Mrs. Paul Voigt, nee Laurena Laabs. Out of town guests were Mrs. Herman Voigt and daughters, Whittemore, and Margaret Radig, Glendale, Calif. Ames People Visit The Harley Shellitos, Ames, spent from Saturday till Monday after' noon at the N. L. Cottons. qualnted with the new niece. Mrs. Edwin Johnson, Ardmore, Oklahoma, visited her friend, Mrs. Henry Loort last week. The women were college school mates. Mrs. Maude Cook, Miss Elva Ker- acofe and Dr. Charles Locker all of Staunton. Virginia, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Otho Cook from Friday of last week until Tuesday. URHHFims Department Stores No Mothers Club Meeting There will be no Mothers' club meeting for the month of September. Leave for Wisconsin Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jensen, Mrs. Henry Kueck and son, Marvin and Myrtle Orvlck, Ledyard, left on Friday for a visit at Hartford and Milwaukee, Wls. The Edw. Blanchards, Irvington, were Sunday guests at the Fred Genrichs. Robert Gladstone is spending a week with Mr. and Mrs. Coin Gapp, Salem, S. D. Mrs. Will Christenson underwent a tonsillectomy at Dr. Muellers office, Fenton, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Weisbrod spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Newbrough at Clear Lake. The Alton Hurlburts, Whittemore and the Schuyler Bates family were Sunday supper guests at the Ora Hurlburts. Arthur Sprank took his father, August, of Ledyard to Iowa City, last week, where he will enter the hospita!. > i The Walter Thompsons returned last Monday from a visit with rel. atlves at Milwaukee, Sun Prairie, and Madison, Wis. Mrs. Arend Neeland left Tuesday for Titonka, where she is caring for her sister, Mrs. Ray Rippentrop and new baby. The Ladles Mite society met at the church parlors Thursday afternoon. Mrs. W. J. Cotton and Mrs. Roy Jensen were hostesses. The Eugene Johnsons, Goldfield, moved Sunday into the Eugene Pearson property. Mr. Johnson is a mechanic at the Fred Flalg garage. The Frank Dackens, their son, Russell and friend, Chicago, and Harold Woods were Thursday evening dinner guests of the Rev. S. M. Gladstones. Jeannette Lewis, Washington, D. C., and Cecil Quaintance, Oska» loosa, were Sunday guests at the W. G. Flaigs. Mrs. Flaig and Miss Lewis are sisters. Mrs. A. A. Krueger and Mrs. Ches- WESLEY LEGION AUXILIARY MEETS Wesley: the American L*jtfon Auxiliary met In their rooms Mon day night, Sept 6th with 14 Jnem bers present. A free membership was drawn by Mrs. R. C. Bauer. The membership chairman reported thai there were 21 paid up members now After the business meeting games were played by all. A pot luck lunch was served to the members and guests present The next meeting will be Monday night, Oct. 3. Mrs. Edna Flom and Mrs. Mary Forburger, president and secretary of the American Legion Auxiliary will go to Swea City Tuesday to attend a school of Instruction which will be held by the county chairman. Sue Brass of Des Molnes came las! Tuesday and visited until Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Joe Meurer. Evelyn Haynes has accepted a position in the office of the Godden Monument works at Algona and began her duties on Sept. 12. Mrs. Paul Erdman returned home Monday night after an extended visit with relatives at Charlotte, Michigan, and other places. Mr. and Mrs. Barney Muehe, John and Ruth returned Friday evening from an eight day trip In various places in Illinois and other states. Mrs. Eugene Robinson of Algona is at the Amos Angle home where she came last week. She was Ruth Cink before her marriage, Aug. 22. Donald and Dennis Licktelg, Clem Ohmes and Elliott Licktelg returned Monday from a two weeks trip through the midwest states, going as far as Utah. Joseph Ormsby returned to his home In Britt last Wednesday from the Mercy hospital at Mason City, where he bad undergone an operation for appendicitis. Aline Martlnek began her duties as teacher in Waterloo Monday. She went down Saturday. Anna Richter started teaching In Boone township No. 3 Monday. Erma Ward started teaching in Rudd. Rita Wingert is teaching the Schrauth school. The Clarence Richtsmeiers and Maurice Richtsmeler of Iowa Falls stopped at the Nathan Studers en- route home from Yellowstone and the Black Hills and Lac Pellitier and Holdfast, Saskatchewan, Canada, where they visited the Irvin and A. E. Studers. Martha Haynes went to LeMars last week to assist Mr. and Mrs. Ed Farnum with the editing of the "Daily Reminder." Mrs. Farnum was formerly Irene Haynes who was married two weeks ago. Martha will assist them during the month of September. The following members of the Royal Neighbor lodge went to Britt Wednesday, Sept. 8, and held a 1 4*112). r\.» n. **tucg,t:i «»i<j j>*»<3> v***'0 \v euiicauctj < w»ff*v. *•*» «•-•«- .._.— — ter Alme entertained Mrs. L. T. meeting at the home of Mrs. John Jackson, Louisville, Ky., and Mar- Ormsby. Mrs. S. Hirner. Mrs. Rob- They're Here! New Fall Wash Frocks i.oo Tie-Back Frocks or Button Front Coats Enticing details— fine tucKs, deep pleats —bright buttons, leather belts — skirt* with plenty of flare. Every pattern new—never shown before —all the cheerful fall colors . . . Frocks you'll want to wear everywhere. . . Sizes 16 to 20, 38 to 46. Girls'and Tots' W A NII New For Fall 98c Sizes for tots—3 to 6—Girls 7 to 14—and Misses 10-16. Jackets. Jumpers, Dirndls, Swing Skirts proclaim these i>tyie leadens. All new. All colorfaat. Beautifully fashioned from such materials as Poplins, Broadcloths, and Prints. &0 Square neejelized Quad- riga prints in snappy patterns and colors. 36 in. wide 19c yd. White Outing For all purposes lOe Cotton Batts :> pound stitched eta Christenson, Boulder, Colo., at ivening dinner and theatre party at Algona Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Norris Skogen and son, Montevideo, Minn., and Mrs. Frank Ander»on, daughter, {da and granddaughter of Brooten, Minn., •pent from Thursday until Saturday at the C. E. Householders. Henry and Jake Meyer, and Mr. and Mrs. George Stephenson, Haran and the C. C. Cushings, Swca City spent Friday at the Karl Ew- oldts. Mr. and Mrs. Ewoldt spent Sunday at the R. H. Ortmans, of Burt. Marieta Christenson spent the week end at the A. F. Kruegers, Fairmont, visiting Mae Krueger, R. N., of Minneapolis. The P. Chrlstensens were Sunday dinner ert Welter, Mrs. A. L. KJeinpeter, Mrs. Kate Kennedy, Mrs. Alfred Nelson and Mrs. Vee Mullln and Mrs. Zach Gibson of Britt who is also a member, ,attended the meeting. ^ Mrs. Kraus and daughter. Dorothy spent last Tuesday and Wednesday in Des Molnes where they visited the former's sister* Mrs. Gladys Carey. They witnessed the G. A. R. parade. They had supper at the Mrs. Ann Kunz home on Tuesday night. Other supper guests were Mrs. Will Ward, her sister, Delia Goetz and Mrs. Lou Matern of Algona. Florence Looft, daughter of Mr and Mr. Frank Looft has accepted i position as teacher at the Reuben guests there, Marieta returning home with them. Mrs. James Wadsworth spent list Wednesday with her sister, Mrs. E. E. Paine. Burt. Mrs. John Boom, George, Iowa, and Mrs. R. F. Hawcott spent Saturday at the Wads- worths. The Harris Wadsworths were Sunday supper guests at the Hawcotts of Good Hope. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morris and daughter, Vera, attended the state fair at Des Moines, Tuesday. Vera returned to Cowrie Wednesday where she is an instrfuctor in the schools. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Genrich, son Bernard and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Heiter were also last Tuesday visitors at the fair. The Lyle Marlows spent Sunday at the John Newbroughn, Humboldt. Mrs. Martha Rath and son, Lawrence, spent Sunday at the William ttaths, Algona. The Albert and Chris Shasers were afternoon call- era there, all calling on Mrs. Setchell at the hospital in Algona. Mrs. Glen Mino and son spent Tuesday and Wednesday at the Henry Sthroeders. Olsen school In Ledyard township Girl Born to New Armstrong People Armstrong; Mtf. and Mrs. Wm. t. Balrd of Long Beach, Calif, are the parents of a baby girl born Sunday, Sept 4th. She «relghed 7tt pounds and has been called Shirley Mae. MM. Balrd has spent the summer here In Armstrong at the home of the Infants' maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Peterson, and Mr. Balrd arrived here last week from Hawaii, where he was stationed in the United States Navy. Maxine Johnson began work on Thursday at the Warren Barber grocery store In the S. K. Vandenburg building. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Paris are spending a few weeks In the Yellowstone National Park and with relatives there. Dale Hansen was accompanied to Cedar Falls Sunday by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Axel Hansen, where Dale will enter Iowa State Teachers College for the coming year. The Misses Joyce Hansen, Rose Ellen Whitlow, Barbara Smith, Donna Miller and Marie Irmiter visited Monday morning at the home of their former classmate, Mrs. Harry Vigdal, north of Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Paris, Sr., returned the first of the week from a week's vacation with their children. They visited Charles, Jr., who is stationed in the United States army at Selfrldge Field, Michigan. They also took a short trip into Canada. At Peoria, III., they visited their daughter, Marlnda, Hear your old friend, GUARD! The Formers' Forum, {•otar- lag Sam Guard and a hall- hour of fun. music, and a little Mriene talk about lanns. WHO, Des Moines, Friday, 8:90 to 9:00 P. M. C. 8. T. DR. HISS ft CLARK, IK. AtHLAND. OHIO W.J.REYNDLDS LONE ROCK, HAS 83RDBIRTHDAY Lone Rock: A picnic dinner was held Sunday at the Call State Park, Algona, honoring W, 3. Reynold*' 83rd birthday. Mrs. A. D. Newbrough Is a daughter. This is an annual affair and relatives from various part* of the state attended. Those from here were Mr. and Mrs. A. D. and daughter Grace and the Lawrence Newbroughs. W.POST Dray and Trantfw Storage of all kinds hauling. Svttf to tt-tf Bead The Want Ads— it Pay* Peerlees Chemacol Processed COAL Order yours now Phone 256 UNBEATABLE for QUALITY and ECONOMY It's the champ of all the fuels! Here is a steady, even-burning coal; high in heat value, low in ash. And it doesn't cost any more than ordinary coal! Tou can count on Peerless Coal for all-winter comfort Botsford Lumber Co. Jim Pool, Manager IDOYOUWAHT] HEAT UP HERE.OR- DIRECTED HEAT WITH THE tfl&X, HEAT DIRECTOR [DOWN HERE? AND (OVfRTHERE C OME in and let us show you this marvelous heat*' ing stove, made by Perfection Stove Company. Patented adjustable shutters give just the heat you want WHERE you want it— radiating, circulating, or DIRECTED, to assure comfort in "the living zone." Burns inexpensive fuel oil. Several sizes, for homes, schools, offices, shops. Easy terms, if desired. Rotate & Spilles * USED CAR BUYERS Pillow Cases Prk-i'd low -l'2\'.>(> Pillow Cases Hand einju'iiider OBc Bleached Sheeting HI inches wide Brown Muslin A (jiiality leader Felt and Rayon Velvet Fall Hats All colors All sixes 1.95 C'ornp'.ete assortment of new styles for both miss and matron. Brim types. Tricones, Berets, Bretons in the new fashionable shades. Boys' Fancy Sweaters All sizes 26 to 36 Smart styles in button front or pullover Zipper front. Style hits for the new season. Fancy Shirts The smartest and newest patterns in quality fabrics for school boy.s. S to H years. Boys' sanforized Overalls 79e They're long wearing. Plain blue or stripe derj- irn. Boys' sizes 4 to 6 years. St. Benedict Church Choir Enjoys Picnic St. Benedict: The choir of the Catholic church enjoyed a very nice picnic at Clear Lake on Sunday. Rev. Kramer sponsored much of the entertainment and all were much pleased and glad to have him join the crowd, . Dunlaps Have VUitor* Mrs. Chas of Howard, S. D., Mrs. Rose Wagner of Minneapolis and Mrs. C. S. Smith of Corwith visited at the Wm. Dunlap home last week Sunday, the Dunlaps drove to Eagle Grove to a family runion of Dunlap relatives. Attend State Fair Those from here who attendee the s>tate fair were Jack Ludwig Art Cink, Gene Cink and Ed Ar end. Mrs. Irene Studer and children were Sunday guests at the Ben Dor home. Miss Mildred Grandgennett com rnenced work at the Mrs. Neal Smith home in Algona last Monday. A farewell party was held at th Leo Studers last Sunday night. The-* move to Wofden where he will b employed at the meat locker system ALL ABOARD FOR THE FORD DEALERS II CLEAR THE DECKS EVERY CAR SHIP-SHAPE FOR THIS EVENT -BUY NOW AND SAVE I Sale, ho! All hands on deck for big news! Blow us down if it isn't the good ship "Savings" with a cargo of Ford Dealer Specials aboard! As fair a "7ad o' used car values as ever you'll see this season! Ford Dealers are out to "Clear the Decks" for fall new-car business so every one of these used cars has been tagged for action. Take your pick of a wide assortment of makes and models, including many 1935,1936 and 1937 Ford V-8's. If you want an up-to-date truck or commercial car at an economy price there's a fine selection of those, too. Visit your Ford Dealer now. Bring in your old car or truck for his appraisal. If you can't make it today, come aa soon as you can, but above all, don't miss the boat! l^pMB«MH4i(£ MANY WITH MONEY- BACK GUARANTEE " *•>> U (after « «,, th, «.« „/ «|| m.u,<« Bnjl m « c / ><u)fca | npflr .«.p».d), no « «.„„,! tj , ''*"' wUcH """ *• '«« >»ur pu STEER TOR YOUR FORD DEALER R.GHT AWAY. Girl Born to Swea Polks Mr. and -itrs. John Shueler, Jr., of Swea City, are th parents of \ six and one-half pound baby girl born Sunday, September 4. The buby has been named Joan La Vonne. This is the Schueler's first child and makes Mr. and Mrs. John H. Schueler, Sr., grandparents a second time. ap*****^^ KENT MOTOR CO. Phone 434 FOBD SALES AND SERVICE Algona, low*

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