The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 13, 1938 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 13, 1938
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The AJgona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 13,1938 FENTONSCHOOL Fenton: A total of 148 pupils registered for high school and grades In the Fenton public school on Monday, August 29, a slight decrease when 163 were registered last year, according to announcement made by Supt M. E. Otterness. There were 88 registered in high school and 60 in the grades. Following are the number of students registered according to grades: seniors 20, juniors 21, sophomores 22, freshmen 25. In the grades there are 25 for the first and second, 21 In the third, fourth and fifth, and 14 in the sixth, seventh and eighth grades Several perons have wondered whether combination of the grades from third to eighth was necessary, but registration figures show It to be quite satisfactory. The former seventh and eighth grade room Is now being used for a bookkeeping room by the junior class. There were four teachers in the grades last year and this year there are three. Csllfornlans Leave Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wolf concluded their two weeks' visit here with relatives last week Wednesday morning and left for their home at Glendale, Calif. They were accompanied by Mr. Wolfs father, Fre«man Wolf, who will spend the winter there. Enters Business College Arlene Mitchell left last week on Tuesday for Esthervllle where she will take a business course. Arlene Is the dEtighter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell and a 1038 graduate. Wednesday evening. Mrs. Goeders Is still confined to her bed, suffering from a goiter and complications. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Votteler and •their grandson. Robert Votteler were business visitors at Clear Lake on Saturday. Mrs. F. H. Bohn and daughter, Mary Ann visited Mrs. Bohn's mother, Mrs. Nick Goeders, Cylinder, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sldwert of Minneapolis who visited Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber over the week end, returned to their home Wednesday evening. Mrs. George Goetsch entertained the Dorcas sewing circle at her home last week Tuesday afternoon. Guests were Mrs. A. J. Kennedy and Mrs. Earl Dean. Lyle Steinbeck, Ed Mitchell, Edward Uthof and Irvin Olsen returned home last week Tuesday evening from Squaw Lake, Minn., where they spent several days fishing. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Prlebe and Mr. nnd Mrs. Carl Prlebe were called to Lone Rock Friday evening becp.use of the aerlous Illness of the mother of Ed and Carl, Mrs. Ernest Prlebe. Harold Geronsln, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Geronsln of this place left Wednesday evening by train for St. Louis. Mo., where he will enroll In a training school for men nurses. Stanley Munch of Benson, Minn., and Joy Irmen, Minneapolis, return, cd to their homei last week Monday evening after (pending the week end at the E. C. Weisbrod home. Stanley ha accepted a position as state relief inspector. A group of friends held a housewarming for Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Tietz, Thursday evening. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rtedel, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Prlebe, Oftwin Tletz, Bernice Kramer and Elizabeth and Raymond Gramenz. Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Jente and daughter, Lorraine and Mrs. G. R. Krause and son, Edmund, returned Wednesday evening from Anthony, Kansas, where they had gone to consult a specialist In regard to the health of Lorraine and Edmund, who have been suffering from hay fever and asthma. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Mueller entertained Mr. and Mrs. William Rutledge of Elkport, Iowa, from Tuesday until Thursday evening. Dr. Mueller's mother, Mrs. Clara Mueller of Cedar Falls and his brother, D. A. Mueller of Morristown, N. J., came Thursday evening and visited until Friday evening with the Muellers. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Wander returned a week ago from a trip through Minnesota and South Dakota. They report summer drouths In parts of the Dakotas. Mr. and Mrs. Wander visited Judge and Mrs. Berne Wohlheter at Watertown, S. D., while on their trip. Wohlheter is a cousin of Mr. Wander. En- route home the Wanders visited at Pipestone and LuVerne, Minn. . Mr. and Mrs. Wayne B. Cox and sdn, Wayne, Jr., and daughter, Nancy of Edwardsville, HI., concluded a visit at the George Goetsch home last week Monday evening, when they left for a trip through northern Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Goetsch and family, the Geo. Goetsch family and their guests had a picnic at the grotto, West Bend, a week ago Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hantelman and daughter, Mary Lou, went to Seymour, Iowa, Friday to" visit Mrs. Hantelman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Hanna. They were accompanied by Mr. Hantelman's mother, Mrs. Katie Hantelman, who stopped at Des Moines to visit her daughter, Ruby, a student at a business college — -' -• "••> HenrvEhm home. They returned home Monday. Bancroft W. C. O. F. Meets Wednesday Bancroft: The members of the W. C. O. F. met at the Forester Hall Thursday evening. Five hundred furnished the entertainment for the evening. Mrs. N. B. Schiltz won first prize and Mrs. Leander Menke won low prize. A prlz« was given for the member selling the most books of tickets, the proceeds of which were given to the harvest festival. Mrs. Chas. Stauder won the prize by selling seven books. Mrs. J. A. Devine and daughters. Margaret and Mary Elaine are visiting this week end at the home of Mrs. Devlne's sister, Mrs. John Kennedy at Hutchlnson, Minn. Mrs. Chas. Stauder Is still in the hospital at Fort Dodge although she Is much Improved. About two weeks ago she suffered an Infection resulting from a wasp sting. Mr. and Mrs. Enos Kotinke nnd son, Norman, spent the week end visiting friends at Minneapolis. Norman will remain there as he is going to attend St Thomas' CollRge there this year. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Theobald and daughter, Margaret and Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Jerman of Anthon visited at the Bert Qulnn home at Lone Rock and at the Mrs. Bridget Quinn home Monday and Tuesday. trvington Family, Trailer, are Home Irvington: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harness and their daughter, Katherine and ton, Oeo. and Mrs. Dora Christensen and son, Jimmie, all of WalwortH, WIs., visited last week at the Frank and Edw. Ditsworth homes. The party were ehrottt* home after an extended tour of the west including the Black Hilts, Yellowstone Park and Denver, Colorado. They atso pulled a trailer house which they used for camping, the trailer being large" enough to accommodate the entire party. Win State Fair Prites Among those from Kossuth county who entered seed corn at the state fair and received prizes were Edward Mawdstey who was awarded first on ten ears of white and second on ten ears of yellow. Fred S. Geigel placed third on ten ears of yellow corn. Thorson Bros, of Swea City received a fourth on ten ears of yellow and also were awarded a first on several plates of apples. . Mr. and Mrs. Eward Ditsworth visited last week with Mr. Ditsworth's uncle, Addison Ditsworth, at Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Raney and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Raney of Livermore were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Potter. Mrs. Nick Leners will be hostess to the Rlverdale Ladies' club on Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Raymond Metzen as assistant hostess. Roll call will be responded to by each member giving her favorite recipe. Mrs. Eva Gardner has been reported confined to her bed for the last few days with a heart ailment. Mrs. Gardner Is at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Hugh Raney. Mrs. Chas. Patterson of Burt was a week end visitor at the Raney home. Recent guests at the J. M. Cox home were Mrs. Anna Rlbolt and her daughter, Mrs. Edith Arthur of Moequka, HI., cousins of Mrs. Cox. It had been about 40 years since the ladies had met. Previous to their visit here the ladies had visited a sister. Mrs. Fred Clarke, nee Sadie McClellan, one of Irvlngton's early day popular young ladies writes to friends here from Vancouver, Washington, telling of the failing health of her mother, Mrs. Amelia Bush McCleilan and also of her brother, Albert McCleilan. Mrs. Ray Fitch accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Ben Potter and daughter. Joyce, visited with the ladles' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Clarke of Brltt last Saturday. Mr. Clarke Is recovering from a slight stroke which he had last Monday. Mrs. Clarke is also much improved In health. Mr. and Mrs. Enrl Peterson of Spirit Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Peterson of Los Angeles, Calif., were last FridaJ- Kurfts c\t the Geo. Hackman home. Both men are sons of John Peterson, former hardware merchant at Algona. Earl is now In the hardware business at Spirit Lake and Russell is employed as a postal clerk in a Los Angeles post- office. The Russell Petersons ex pect to return to the west in about a week. Daughter Born Lakota: A daughter was born to Mr. and Mr. Harold Lunntng last week Monday afternoon. The Lunn- ngs have one other child, also a girl. The family moved to the farm one mile east of town from Hebron .ownshlp last March 1st. Mrs. Gus Nelson, Stevens, is caring for the mother and baby. Burt: Mr. and Mrs. Dean Olap- saddle moved to Iowa City Thursday, where they will live while Dean completes his medical course. Fish In Minnesota Albert Schipull, Morris Thompson and two men from Burt are spending the week fishing in northern Minnesota. For That Fall Feeling! Glamour FROCKS Be the first to wear a sparkling frock. Ours arc inimitably ehk-, expensively simple. One style, nioiv glamorous than the next. Wools, crepes, Satins. Tailored dressy, $ Others at $3.99 to $22.50 "Important COATS A group of gorgeous fur trimmed $16.95 to $39.50 ITntrinuued sport and dress coats STYLE AT SAVINGS UVERMORECUIBS BACK IN HARNESS Llvermore: The Federated clubs and other organizations that have been vacationing -flurlng the summer months are opening for the season. Mrs. Archie Wilson was hostess to the W. H. M. S. Friday of last week, with Mrs. William King In charge of the lesson. Officers who will serve for this organization thi* year are: Mrs. Charles Brown, president; Mrs. Wm. King, vice president; Mrs. Henry Swanson, secretary; Mrs. Jolm Frederick, treasurer Mrs. Edward Opheim entertained the Equality club at its opening meeting Thursday. Officers for this club for the coming year are: Mrs. Opheim, president; Mrs. Thomas Devine, vice president; Mrs. Frank Clonley, corresponding , secretary; Mrs. Charles Brown, recording secretary; Mrs. W. F. Johnson, treasurer. The Twentieth Century club opened Tuesday, Sept. 13, at the home of Miss Margaret Matin, when a one >'clock luncheon will be a feature. Dffleers for this club are: Mrs. Fred Blntz, president; Mrs. Charles FToward, vice president; Mrs. John pison, recording secretary; Mrs. •Carl Baesler, corresponding secretary, and Mrs. Wm. King, treasurer. Ledyard Church Men Attend Conference Ledyard: Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson, Mrs. Glenn Yahnke and Mrs. D. B. Mayer attended a joint quarterly conference of the Ledyard and Lakota official boards at the Methodist church in Lakota Wednesday afternoon. This was the last meeting with Rev. Muhleman as the district superintendent. Burt Monitor Sold Burt: The Burt Monitor changed hands last week. N. E. Christensen, Boone. is the new editor. For a number of months J. G. Thaves, the retiring editor, has been ill and unable to carry on the work of the paper. Burt Theatre Remodeled Burt: Will Gorman is having the theatre building redecorated and remodeled by having a ticket booth placed In the center of the lobby instead of at the side. LuVerne Lutheran School Enrolls 32 LuVerne: There are two teachers for the Lutheran Christian day school this year and 32 were enrolled when school began September 5. M. H. Nordmeier, Fairmont, has grades 5 to 8, and Elsie Meyer, of Fenton has the lower four grades. She is also church organist. Take* Vacation Mrs. Lena Stauffacher who has been cook at the Model cafe, is having a two months' vacation. She is planning to visit relatives In Wfs- consln and possibly to go to Seattle to visit a sister. Mrs. Nettie Brackett is taking her place in the restaurant. Mrs. Ward Boyce and son are here from Illinois visiting her mother, Mrs. Josephine Scrlbner. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bocock and daughter, Beverly of Des Moines spent Labor Day with her aunt. Jennie Levler. Mrs. Bocock will DC remembred here as Frances Henderson. Doris Genrich. who has been employed In a secretarial position in Sioux City the past year or mot*, is now making an extended visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Genrich. The 1939 FUR FASHION PARADE Ann* SUrin. toolurid la lk« I. t. O. Kadlo Pieturt. "Molh»r COMT'I Chleknu". w«<rr. ing th» Omuls* Alaika SraliUn Cool d»- •Igatd br Edward Stovmtoa. MO Radio d» •Igncr, •ip«ctaIlT lot Cerate Fun. Lovely fnrs, irresistiole styles, skillful workmanship comoine in Cownie True-Value Purs to bring you more value than ever before for every dollar you invest in your new fur coat. Factory representative will be here to assist you. SPECIAL PRICE GROUPS $59 $88 $111 $149 Friday and Saturday September 16 and 17 Kresensky's ALGONA, IOWA The Algona Upper Des Moines PRESENTS * * * THE TALKING MOTION PICTURE A THRILLING TREAT FOR EVERY WOMAN at the CALL THEATRE THE DAYS Wed. and Thur. THE DATES Sept. 21 & 22 THE TIME Program Starts At 9:30 a. m. "Star in My Kitchen" was produced in one of the major motion picture studios in Hollywood and has a large cast of well-known actors and actresses. It combines in a feature-length picture the romance and glamour of Hollywood with the everyday problems of home-making. You will laugh at and with Auntie Bella, the large, jolly, colored maid, and be thrilled by the love scenes between Mike (the movie star) and Dedee, the lovely heroine. And, most important of all, you will see in complete detail demonstrations of many recipes developed by several of America'* ''.-ading home tconorr.ists. ADMWlON j YOU WILL BE ABLE TO SEE ALL AND HEAR ALL | (J | pf $

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