The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 20, 1938 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 20, 1938
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 20,1938 BURT METHODIST AD) HAS ELECTION Churches Will Observe (Rally Day, Sunday, Sep. tember25 Burt: The Methodist Ladles' Aid »et at the church Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. O. H. Schmidt, Mrs. C. H. Schrader and Mrs. Thoburn Bpetcher were hosteses. New officers were elected as follows: Lurena Weasel, president; Mrs. M. M. CMpman, vice president; Mrs. W. J. Lockwood, secretary and Mrs. C. H. McMullen, treasurer. Rally Day will be observed at the Methodist church Sunday morn. Ing, Sept. 25. A covered dish dinner will be served after the morn- Ing service. In the afternoon, H. E. Harvey will make an address. Rally Day will also be observed at the Presbyterian church. Entertain Auxiliary Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle entertained the Legion Auxiliary at its monthly sewing meeting last Wednesday afternoon. Leaves for College Dorothy Brooke left Wednesday •by train for Sioux City, where she •will again be a student at Morningside College. Enters S. U. 1 Hugh McDonald and Richard Weiske took Charles Hanna to Iowa City Wednesday where he will again be a student at the State University. Chicago Girl Vteito Florence Rash came Wednesday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Rash. Florence, who is em ployed In Chicago recently returned from England, where she went with her employer's in the year. family early •u Undergoes Operation Burt relatives received word last week that Mrs. Sidney Barteau, who had been seriously ill at a Chicago hospital the past six weeks, had submitted to an operation. A large gall stone was removed and pus taken from her gall bladder. Her sisters, Mrs. J. W. Dorrance and Mrs. F. J. Mann, had left her only two or three days before, as her condition seemed much improved at that time. Axel Anderson, coach, spent the week end with his parents at Dike. Mrs. W. J. Lock wood entertained the Fortnightly club Friday afternoon. A new barn is being erected on the Walter Riedel farm to replace the one that was burned some weeks ago. Al Steahle went to Des Moines Thursday evening, where he will spend a few days at the Veterans' hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Thavea and Mrs. Louise Schmidt spent Sunday at the Robert Smith home at Blue Earth, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Doty, Fredericksburg, visited Monday and Tuesday at the W. E. Brace home. Mrs. Doty Is Mr. Brace's sister. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Kollasch took their daughter, Lorraine to Fort Dodge Wednesday, where she is working In the Lutheran hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Durward Neitzel and daughters, Mrs. Herman Neitzel and daughter, Leona, visited at the Charles Hawks home at Spirit Lake Wednesday. Mrs. Lydia Evers and two daughters, Colesberg, visited from Wednesday to Saturday at the W. H. Schwietert home. Mrs. Evers is Mr. Schwietert's sister. A post nuptial shower for Mrs. Will Giddings was held Friday afternoon at the G. C. Giddings home. Hostesses were Mrs. G. U. Fairbanks, Mrs. E. H. Pannkuk and Mrs. Hiram Ward. Wilma Alsup, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Alsup, and Ernes Tietz. were married Friday morn ing at 10:30 at the Lutheran churcl in Graettlnger. Mr. Tietz is em ployed by W. R. Carney. Tom Trenary, J. P. Trunkhill and son, Mennett left Wednesday foi Philip, S. D., to buy cattle for feed Ing. Mrs. J. G. McDonald accompanied them to Kennebec, S. D. where she visited her sister, Mrs Sadie Serr. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sorenson Mr. and Mrs. L W. Hansen. Mr. anc Mrs. L. A. Boettcher, Mr. and Mrs C. L. Holding, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Higgins, Harry McOhane and Clifford Lovstad were among those who attended the Spencer fair Thursday. Mr. and Mrs, E. C. Bierstedt returned last Monday from a two weeks' visit with relatives at Sioux Falls, S. D., and Fargo, N. D. They were accompanied on the trip by Mrs. Rose Barto and Dora Bier stedt, Algona. and Mrs. Carl Ostwald. Whittemore. ARMSTRONG PTA HAS FIRST MEETING Armstrong: A large crowd attended the first P. T. A. meeting Tuesday evening at the high school as- senVbly Tuesday evening. The following progam was presented: program was presented: Group singing, welcome by Mrs. J. B. Knipe; response by Miss Dorothy Fear; piano solo by Mrs. C. I. Smith; "What is P. T. A.? Mrs. Arnold Willson; vocal solo by Mrs. Arnold Lund; introduction of teachers by Dr. A. Whitlow. The duties and plans of each committee will be explained by the chairman of the committee: program, Mrs. Arnold Willson: hospitality, Mrs. R. R. Irwln; membership. Mrs. Clarence Adams; finance, Mrs. Gerald Niemeyer; service, Mrs. A. Whitlow; publicity, Mrs. W. A. Ortmeyer; historian, Miss Elfreda Peterson. Lunch was served following the close of the business meeting. Officer Leaves Lone Rock Lone Rock: L. T. Jackson left Thursday for Shreveport, La., after spending two weeks here with Mrs. Jackson's mother, Mrs. Frank Macumber. 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See Proof of Frigidaire savings before your eyes, before you buy I See, too, the New Silent Meter-Miser, New "Double- Easy" Quickube Trays, New Moisture-Seal Hydra tors, Newly- Styled 9 Way Adjustable Interior, and all the other work- and money-saving features found only in Frigidaire! Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hansen and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Peterson spent Tuesday at the Clay county fair at Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. Randall Looft moved to Alvord, Iowa, the first of the week where he will open a Tneat market. They also are the parents of a baby born the first day of their arrival in their new home. Earl Houseman, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Houseman, returned to Vermllllon, S. D., Tuesday where he will resume his studies at the University of South Dakota, after spending the summer months at home. LARGEST HOG IN THE WORLD" (?)—Odebolt, Iowa: Weighing approximately 1,800 pounds, this giant Poland China hog owned by Martin Berg of Odebolt Is thought to be the largest hog in the world. The animal Is two years and three months old, and is gaining at the rate of 50 pounds a month. If he lives and continues to gain weight, Mr. Berg expects to take him to the World's Fair in 1939. LuVerne High School Elects Class Officers LuVerne: The following have been selected as officers of the various classes: freshmen—president, Doris Dehnert; vice president. Phyllis Surby; secretary and treasurer, Lou Emma Brackett. Mr. Evans is class sponsor. The sophomore class chose for president. Marjorie McCleOan; vice president, Arlo Dehnert; secretary and terasurer. Robert Surby with Mr. Parks as sponsor. Erwin Meyer is president of the juniors and Raymond Legler Is vice president. The secretary and treasurer was not elected but Louise Luers is to be the sponsor. For the seniors. Robert Chapman is president; Junior Hardcopf, vice pres- "dent, and Pearl Scribner is secre- :ary and treasurer. Walter Peterson Is their sponsor. The Rev. W. O. Haness, Ames. was a business visitor in LuVerne Friday. Hulda Fritzemeier has returned rom Williams Bay, Wis.. where she has spent the summer as an nstructor in a young peoples camp I on Lake Geneva. Mrs. O. D. Castleman. a former resident, who now lives in Renwick, s reported as being seriously ill at ler home. Mr. Castleman is also recuperating from an operation. Uon-o/ officers .will JM held when the "VeOiodlsf Aid'meets on iVednesday afternoon at the hall. rtrs. Albert Genrtch. Mrs. Edw. Hof. Mr. Arthur Benschotcr and Mrs. lohn Brink will be hostesses. Chns. Hanselman and the Gcorg? ianselmans. Genesco, III., spent pa.'t Ifist week with Mr. Fupstcnnu'.s relatives nt Scribner. N'ebr. The ^aul Phillip:! spent the week with t-latives nt Bloomington. III. Mrs. Gustav Boesslcr went to ^onlville last week Tuesday to nt- eml the funeral of a cousin, Fred Schroeder. Mr. .Schroeder has vis- ted here several times and was mown by a number of people here. The Cemetery Association held the regular business and social meet- ng at the hall Thursday afternoon, ecause of the rainy season it was decided to keep the sexton at work he rest of the month and longer if necessary. Mesdames Fred Wolf. Fred Schneider and Herb Smith hostesses. ITS THE WATER WAGON FOR THE WCT17—San Francisco: When these delegates to the convention of the Women's Christian Temperance Union speak of being "on the water wagon" they really mean It. On the right is Miss Ethel Hubler, editor and publisher of Nation's Voice, oldest dry weekly published in Los Angeles; left is Young Crusader Betty Jean Ford of Pacific Palisades, California. Seneca Sends Seven To Lutheran School East Seneca. The Lutheran Sun- lay School training course opens this week at Cylinder. There are .••even Sunday Schools which are . cooperating in this training for a , ten weeks term. Meetings are being held at the different schools involved. Deley«ites are sent from each Sunday School. Those from .Seneca are Wayne Wilberg. Robert Halverson. Mrs. Otto Wilberg. Mr. and Mrs Albin Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. COME IN! LISTEN TO THE NEW SILENT METER-MISER Uut 10 Unit current-You can hardly bear it run! Meet the simplest refrigerating mechanism tver built! Saves up to 25Jt MOR£ on electricity than even the current-saving Meter-Miser of 1937. Completely sealed. Automatically oiled and cooled. Comes with 5-Year Protection Plan backed by General Motors. Only Frigidaire has itl NEW "DOUBLE EASY" QUICKUBE TRAYS 1. Release cubes instantly—save 20% more ice! All-metal for faster, cheaper freezing! No wasteful melting under faucet! 2. Trays come free at finger-touch . . . with exclusive Frigidaire Automatic Tray Release. Every tray, io every model, a "Double-Easy" Quickubu Tray! Only Frigidaire has them! SEE OUR *WAY SAVINGS DEMONSTRATION NOW1 BJUSTROM'S Algona, Iowa •CONTENDS FOR OLD AGE HONORS' — Monterey. Tenn.: "Uncle Fed" Poore. boasting an age of 102, i.i one of the oldest persons in Tennessee. He has seven living children, ranging in age from 11 to 70. Uncle Fed has never ridden on a train or an airplane. He has 35 grandchildren. 61 great grandchildren and six great great grandchildren. Uncle Fed has farmed all his life; his father before him was a farmer; now all of Uncle Fed's boys are farmers. Henry Looft. The instructors are "-* 6 City- Rev. Thomsen, Kmmetsburg and friends at Ames, Nevada and Story City. Jo« Kennedy left Monday to attend an American Legion convention in California. Clarence Peterson is visiting with friends and relatives in various parts of Minnesota. Huby f'aulsen returned Wednesday evening from a ten day visit with friends at Nevada, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Bassett and daughter. Joyce, spent Sunday visiting Mr. Bassett's sister and fam- iiy. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Baden at Kev. Mansager of Graettlnger. Lucille Nelson of Haifa is visiting her friends. Mrs. Verle Smitn, this week. Mrs. Jens Halverson came home' Monday from Ames, where she had been visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Smith, Maurice and Berdyne and Merwin Sanders of Swea City went to the fair at Spencer Thursday. Mr. and Mrs Wm. Osborn and a sister of La Ports City and Roy Osborn drove to Barron and Stanley. Wis , Wednesday to visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hantle- man and daughter. Mary Lou. motored to Seymour. Iowa, last Friday to visit the latter's mother, Mrs. L, J Hanna and other relatives. They returned home this week Monday. Seneca Freshmen, Sophmores, Elect 1938 Class Officers Seneca: The freshman and soph- ornorv classes of Seneca high school have chosen the following as class officers for the oncoming school year: Freshman class president. Melvin Klein: vice pn- ' nt, Mervin Klein; bucretary. Kla. _• Wolf; class sponsor. Mr. Schultz. Sophomore clas.i prc-aident, Alybe OLsen: vice president, Margaret Smith; secrelury. Joyce McKuan. Class sponsor. Mr. Hanna. A number of Seiiecana attended the Clay County Fair this week. Gladys UoLaon ia visiting with Burt Boy Palls from Car Burt: Larry, second non of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Holding, escaped with minor injuries, when he fell from a moving car, Wednesday afternoon and struck his head on the pavement. A gash was cut in his head and he was badly bruised and scratched, but no bones were broken. The accident occurred near the Leason farm south of Burt and he was taken to Algona for first aid treatment. Titonka P. T. A. Ha« Teachers' Reception Titonka: The Parent-Teachers' Association held a reception in the school gymnasium Monday evening, Sept. 12, honoring the public school teachers. A program was presented consisting of the address of welcome by Mrs. George Bonacker. president; response for the teachers, Miss Stella Peterson; piano solo, Ronald Rosheim, music supervisor; talk by the Rev. W. L, Patterson; vocal solo. "The Builders" by Miss Treva Jane Carmichael, first grade teacher. After the program there wa.s a social hour for games, contests and getting acquainted after which a lunch was served at quartette tables decorated with flowers. The room was also decorated with garden and fall flowers. Bead The Want Ads—It Pays \ Good news (The \ Mdqeclu&sqoiw & rtie COOKING SCHOOL $ Af/rijoufti/x G O to ace the cooking school picture, "Star In My Kitchen." Find out why 9 out of 10 screen start use Lux Toilet Soap. Its ACTIVE lather removes dust and dirt, stale cosmetics thoroughly — prevents the choked pores that cause unattractive Cosmetic Skin—dullness, tiny blemishes, enlarged pores. Guard your complexion the easy Hollywood way—with pure, mild Lux Toilet Soap. 9 out of 1O Screen Stars use Lux TOILET SOAP RICHER MACARONI-AND-CHEESE Mildred Pollack, Livermore, Weds Ralph Stoddard Livermore: A wedding of interest to many fti this community took place at seven o'clock Wednesday morning at the Methodist parsonage at LuVerne, when Miss Mildred Pollock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pollock, and Ralph Stoddard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Stoddard, were united In marriage, with the Rev. H. T. Nelson officiating, with a single ring service. The couple took their places accompanied by Miss Jean Merrls, and Harold Stoddard, brother of the groom. Mr. and Mrs. Stoddard, parents of the groom, and Mrs. Harry Pollock, mother of the bride were present to witness the ceremony. A single ring service was used. The bride wore a suit of navy blue with matching accessories, while her attendant wore black with contrasting accessories. The group returned to Livermore where a buffet breakfast was served at the home of the parents of the groom, and after the couple changed to their traveling suits, they left immediately for a trip that took them to Minnesota. On their return they will live at Hardy, where the groom Is employed. Livermore Teacher Weds Liivermore: Hermit Shaw, only new member of the Livermore school staff, was recently married before coming to Livermore. He and Mrs. Shaw are living at the Fred Pooch home where they have an apartment. Catholic Ladies Sew Armstrong: On Wednesday after noon a group of ladles from the Cat-iolic Ladies' society met at .the home of Mrs. Henry Schmidt to sew on a q-.i.!t which Is to be given to the bazaar. The ladles present were: Mrs. Lawrence Sandt, Mrs. H. M. Irmlter, Mrs. Lester Ferguson, Mrs. Anton Guerdet and Mrs. Glen Burt. "Star In My Kitchen 1 ' **** stars Lux in the dishpan —because Lux gives your hands beauty care. 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He and his wife are now in the restaurant business at Qraett- inger, where their daughter, Mrs. Lee Robinson, also lives. The Frank Bonders Here from Lakehurst Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bondor arrived here a week ago Sunday from their home In Lakehurst, New Jersey, for their annual vacation visit with Mrs. Bonder's relatives, the Germann family and are staying at home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Red- Ing. Mr. Bondor who Is an areonaut. leal engineer, employe* »y the government nays that th« g*n» of engineers stationed at Lakehurst, are getting things HI rtitp* to start work on a new dirigible as won as ita construction « a«thorl*ed by congress. Mr. Bondor i»w the terrible catastrophe In th* destruction- of the Hlndenberg ft year or so ago when It attempted to land at Lakehurst. fce believes In the future of the Hghter-than-aff sWps and has «pent his life in their study and construction. He helped In the construction of the Ill-fated Macon .it Sunnyvale, California. The blgr dirigible cracked up on Its first voyage over the Pacific ocean. At Rich Point Shower Rich Point: Mrs. Leslie Jenkins attended a shower Saturday afternoon at the Austin Gardners given In honor of her daughter, Mrs. Roland Gardner. EVERY WOMAN FOR FREEDOM FROM How one woman discovered the- NEW RINSO and got whiter, brighter washes without scnbbbig or boiling is dramatically shown hi "STAR IN MY KITCHEN" * * * ran rmi-Lutgut Mori* DOMT MISS ITI QUAKER OATS BREAKFAST OF MILLIONS Starts Your Day the Vital Way I • Alert women the country over maker it • fait and ttetdf rale to serve Quaker Oats every morning. For they know every delicious icrving provide* a wealth of food elements you need for vigorous health And vitality. It's the abundance of food energy stored in Quaker Oati that tendf dad and the youngster! off to work and school with vim and vigor. 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