The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 20, 1938 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 20, 1938
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I t The Algous, Ppper Pea Koines, AJgona, Iowa, Sept. 20, PORTLAND CLUB HOLDS MEETING Alaska is Topic of Discus sion; Twenty-Six At tend Thursday Portland: Portland Progress club met Thursday, Sept. 15th with Mrs. Ralph Carney. Twenty-sx attended and roll call was answered with "Important Pacts About Alaska." An article, "On to Alaska with Buchanan" was read by Mrs. Mar tin Becker. A descriptive booklet with pictures was prepared and read fcy Mary Janice McWhorter and then passed among the audience. Miss I/ethft Mann gave a talk, "How to Apply Cosmetics and Look More Beautiful." Two vocal numbers were given by Evelyn Becker, Virginia, Mary Janice and Jona McWhorter. Assisting hostesses were Mesdames Roscoe Stewnrt, J. P. Trunkhill, Wilfred Stewart and E. L. Dickmeyer. Entertain Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Garnie Hood were hostesses Sunday nt dinner to the E. L. Dickmeyer family. Sunday dinner guests at the Roscoe Stewarts were Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Burger, Burt. Sunday visitors at the Will Grov- •rs were Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Keith. Mrs. Dalton and Mrs. Gusta Winkie all of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Holding. Burt. were Sunday guests at the Ivan SUSIE —by Edith Swanson Exclusively each week In The Algona tipper £>es Moines [ \ 0 UKE TO t*Y \ THIS MfcNTAV. ) mtWVTHY THtY ' TALK 40 MUCH ABOUT/ MAMA SAYS I* V6U 4\>*T THlfttt AHftTHtHX 1 AQOOT TM«Y iers see. 1'u.THwK ASOOT- I RCAU.Y CANT eecice 4»AV,«eerty-oo . MWftt 8* CHMfffN*/ CAUSC i HA*flEH r Longs. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Long were at the Ralph Carneys. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stewart and small son spent Sunday at Buf falo Center with the O. Ackerman family. The Wilfred Stewarts were Thursday evennlg guests at the Roy Rlngsdorfs. Mr. and Mrs. Wyott Stott and son. Floyd, visited the Vernon Petersons, Bode. Wednesday. Mrs Tressle Ringsdorf. Burt. accom panied them. Mrs. Peterson is n daughter of the Stotts nnd is Mrs. Ringsdorfs granddaughter. The Martin Lnrsens with the Fred Jennings and Harvey Grahams also Mrs. E. L. Jennings. Titonka, spent Sunday at Swea City with the Wm. Speicher family. Mrs. Larsen and Mrs. Speicher are sisters and Mrs. E. L. Jennings Is their mother. PEERLESS Coal (Chemacol Processed) We have cars arriving weekly now. Fill your bins at the present low prices. Call us for Stoker Coal Prices. Botsford Lumber Co. Watch for the Orange Colored Trucks mmmmmmmummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmn KITCHEN UTENSILS COOKING SCHOOL DAYS SALE Wednesday-Thursday, Sept. 21-22 WHILE 7 (it. (.'old Pack k -HBY t LAST ' JU6T OUT \e\v (J lass Filler N'. : l> Plain rails for canning, KK) fur— > \Vliite-Kcd kitchen 7Q r waste hasket, life. ' •'*• io enamel aking pans . _ Pyrex Pieplate 25c Aluminum Teakettle M.79 Howard Hardware "A I'Vu-ndy Store in The l-Yieiully <'ity" North East Kossuth News LEDYARD LADIES AID HAS ELECTION Women's Group Report Raising Nearly $400 During Previous Year Ledyard: On last Monday eve ning, Mrs. Harold Granner enter tnined the Aid members at a tea at her home and the annual election of officers was held with the fol lowing results: Mrs. George Thomp son. president: Mrs. D. B. Mayer first vice president; Mrs. Joe Mayne second vice president; Mrs. Wm iViemer. secretary, and Mrs. Harold Granner. treasurer. On Thursday he Aid met at the church with Mrs. foe Mayne as hostess. This was the ast meeting of the year before con- 'erence. During the year the Aid raised close to $400. A new ceiling was put in the basement and about $225 was paid on the budget Mrs. Halverson was appointed as chairman of the fancy work committee and Mrs. D. A. Link and Mrs. Halverson were named as a visiting committee to call on the sick. Mrs. D. B. Mayer and Mrs. H. D. Mayne were named as calendar committee. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Herzog and Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Brack were Algona callers Friday evening. Mrs. J. H. Welfare and Doris spent Thursday at the Ralph Johnson home, the occasion being Carolyn's birthday. Dr. and Mrs. B. A. Storey and son went to Decorah on Thursday to visit several days at the home of Mrs. Storey's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Elvln Carpenter went to Olln on Thursday to visit Mrs. Carpenter's parents, the J. G. Swartzells over the week end. The Alfred Krammerseimers attended the Spencer fair on Thursday and the Howard Maynes and Mrs. Tice Brack attended on Friday. Mrs. Hazel Jenks stopped here on Thursday morning while enroute to Cedar Falls where she will make her home while her son, Kermit, is in school there. Dr. and Mrs. Schroeder of Thomp. son called at the D. B. Mayer home Thursday and Misa Anna Sohner, who has been visiting the Mayers for the past three weeks, went home with them to visit before returning to her home in Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Sprout were host and hostess to the following guests last Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Sprout. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sprout and Mrs. Madelyn Sprout of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Wening and family of Alta. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ernest Broadwell nnd son, Bob. Vfrs. John Hohn. Mrs. Dorothy Wening and daughter. Arlene and Helen, and Mrs. Amelia Wening, all of Mallard. Lakota Method**! Ladies Aid Meets Lakota: Mrs. Sarah Patterson wai hostess to the Methodist Aid at thi church last week Wednesday aft ernoon. Because of flood condition! only a small crowd was present The vice president. Mrs. Delia Smith, had charge of the meeting and the yearly report was read and the new calendars outlined. John Wortmin played a piano solo, Mrs. Edgar Inlay a violin solo and Mrs. Inlay and Eleanor Moe played a piano duet A covered dish lunch was served. HALVERSONRITES HELD AT RAKE Was Pioneer Eesident of Hebron Area; Wife, Six Children Survive Hebron: Abe Halverson, an old ime resident of this community, >assed away very quietly at his home, two miles west of Rakt, last week. Mr. Halverson had been troubled or some time with heart trouble. He leaves his wife and six children, our girls and two boys, also his ather and step-mother, three rothers and two sisters. The fun- ral was held last Monday at the "ion church at Rake. The body 'as laid to rest *t West Zion Ccm- tery. PRESBYTERIAN AID AT LAKOTA MEETS Lakota: Mesdames Jerry Heetland, John Steenhftrd, Ray Smith Delia Smith, Ida Smith, Hugh Lew- Is and Hannah Heetland were hostesses at the Presbyterian Aid at the church Thursday and served the regular 25 cent supper. Mrs. W. E. Ley was program chairman. Ha* Operation Raymond Wlrtjes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wirtjes. Is recovering from an appendicitis operation at the Buffalo Center hospital, where lie was taken last week Saturday. Visit FVerklng* The Rev. O. H. and Mrs. Frerking lad as guests last week Friday, Mr. and Mrs. Hampton Proett, new- y weds and Milton and Dorothy Proett. all of Hastings. Neb. Hamp:on and Milton are nephews and Dorothy Is a niece of the Rev. ""rerklng and the young people had teen visiting their parents, Mr. and /Irs. Anton Proett at Stacyvllle, and were on their way to Marlon, S. D., o visit another uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Lars Egesdahl spent ast Thursday evening at the Oscar randies. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Hauskin am) T. and Mrs. Hardy Jordan! at- cnded the state fair at St. Paul L. W. Erich underwent an opera ion at the Dolmage hospital two •eeks ago for appendicitis. He re- urned home last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Badje auto- d to Waterloo and spent the week nd with relatives there. Peter •eterson assisted with the chorea at ome. tfflrs. George Jutting 7 uneral Held Hebron: Mrs. George Jutting assed away at the Dolmage hospital "Yiday. Sept. 9th, due to a hcm- •norrhage. She leaves her husband and a little son three years old. also her mother, Mrs. Heiko Jergens. one brother and five sisters. The funeral was held last Tuesday at Buffalo Center. Glenn Dyer left Wednesday night for lown City to enter the Stat« University. Rev. and Mrs. Doms, Burt. were isitors of the Rev. and Mrs. Frerk- ng last week Tuesday evening. Mrs. Marie Ebert and the Ed Rahmstocks enjoyed a visit from Mrs. Elbert's son, William and family of Mt. Pleasant, who went home last week. The American Legion Auxiliary met with Mrs. Jerry Ukena last week Monday evening. A work meeting was planned for Friday afternoon with Mrs. Coonie Roelf- sema at Hardy. A daughter was born recently to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zielske and a son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Jensen last week Monday. The latter have one other child, a girl. Mr. Jensen operates the Square Deal Produce Co. in Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. William Warburton and baby. Sue, drove from Chicago here last week Wednesday night arriving at 5 o'clock Thursday morning, and visited with Bill's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Warburton and other relatives until Monday. Their daughter. Jane, who has been visiting here for three weeks, returned home with them. Freshmen Initiated Ledyard: Friday was a big day at school, it being Initiation day for the freshmen. They could be seen in their comical costumes all dav and at night the sophomore class entertained all the other classes and the faculty and the freshmen wer really initiated to become a part of the high school body. Mrs. H. D. Mayne and Edith were in Algona on Tuesday shopping. LONE ROCK SCHOOL ELECTS OFFICERS Sophomores Give Party For Freshmen in Gymnasium Friday Evening Lone Rock: The following officers have been elected ir the local high school as follows: seniors- president, John Sprank; vice president, Doris Handera; secretary und i treasurer, Betty Marlow. Juniors President, Mary Ann Flaig; vice president. Viola Sprank; secretary and treasurer, Juanita Wegner. Sophomareu -President, Gerald Radig; vice president, Dorothy Jensen; secretary and treasurer, Doris Marlow. Freshmen— president. Dorothy Hobson; vice president, Roger Jensen; secretary and treasurer, Maxine Flaig. ; The sophomores entertained the freshmen at their initiation party Friday evening at the local gymna- sium. The entire high school and faculty were also guests. Illinois Folk* Arrive Gladys Nelson and August Eckdahl, Chicago, and Walton Soderquist, Waukegon, III., arrived Friday for a few days' visit at the Wm. Nelson home. Melvin Nelson, who had spent a week visiting in Chicago, returned here with them. Society M«-t* The Ladien Mite society met in the church parlors Thursday afternoon, the Mesdames Merwin Marlow and Frank Householder as the hostesses. Mrs. Jay Godden was elected as secretary. The next meet. ing will be with Mrs. Charles Morris, witb Mrs. Jay Godden assisting. Teachers' institute will be held on \ Sept. 27, the grade teachers having their meeting at Algona and the high school instructors at Britt. Mrs. Otis Sanders and Mrs. Hattie Sprank attended the presidents- secretaries county auxiliary meeting at Swea City Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Arend Neeland were Friday evening guests at the John Slepers, Buffalo Center, the occasion being in honor of Mr. Sleper's birthday. A surprise birthday party was held in honor of Ralph Weisbrod at his home Wednesday evening. Attending were Sarah Schroeder of i Hurt; Elda Struecker, Marjorie' Voigt. Elwin and Marold Schlei and Dale Weisbrod, all of Fenton. Man's most priceless puBeoeion i» fciglit. V«-l the average man treats it more carrk'asly than lie dues his car. Surely a possession that can never Le replaced de- fcvrves tome attention. Come in for an eye examination and let us tell you whether your t\es are berviug you the way they bhould. A. W. Amumon OPTOMETRIST Over Borchardt's Mrs. Tom Dailey. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Van Allen. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McDougal and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Donovan. The evening was spent socially. Edward Mawdsley motored to Des Moines last Thursday taking his daughter, Dorothy, who enrolled as a Drake University student. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Miller of Titonka and Mr. and Mrs. Toney Goeders and daughter, Joyce of Ma. son City were all Sunday visitors it the Carl Hutchins home. Mrs. Eva Gardner is still in a very critical condition at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Hugh Raney. Mrs. Gardners daughters, Mri. Norma Bailey and Mrs. Trella Patterson are also assisting with her care. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hutchins entertained at a dinner last Monday evening honoring the first birthday of their daughter, (Catherine. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Pred Park, Mr. and Mr. Perry Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hutchins and Mrs. Anne Fechner. Duane Riley is making regular trips to his physician at Algona for a general check up of his health. His left limb which before has been in good condition is now giving him considerable trouble and it is hoped by close observance a recurrence of his previous ailment can be averted. Change Phone Line At Irvington For R. £. A. High Line Irvington: Some of the patrons on rural telephone line No. 27 were busy last Friday changing the telephone line to the opposite side of the road on the east end of the Hidge road, preparatory to the erection of the new R. E. A. high line. Corn "Out of Danger" The past week has made a decided change in the drying of corn which is now "out of the way of frost." The heavy rains have some what hindered silo filling and those with soy beans in the shock say they are starting to mould due to the excessive dampness of the ground. Drenuuel* Are Hoot* Mr and Mis. Fitul Dremmel entertained at a seven o'clock dinner last Thursday evening. Guttss who enjoyed the courtesy were: Mr. and TRY BIG ED A full cut Sanforized Overall 98c Matching Jackets B8e Madson & Hanson SWEA CITY COLLEGE STUDENTSLEAVE Swea City: Several young people from Swea. City have gone to resume work at college. D. W. Pults, Jr., returned to Iowa City to resume his law course. Donald Barger is beginning his junior year at Iowa State at Ames. Junior Ranlfan returned to Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Falls for his second year. Lucille Berg returned to Buena Vista at Storm Lake where she will take her B. A. degree In June. Robert I/eland who graduated from the Estherville junior college has gone to LeMars to finish his course at Wstern Union. Harold Schuler returned to Western Union for his second year. Those who are enrolled as freshmen are: Robert Berggren, Western Union, Harry Johnson. Western Union, Maxlne Rystad, Waldorf College Forest City and Orvllle Anderson, Iowa State College at Ames. Everett Bexell left last week for Minneapolis to enter the Lutheran seminary. He spent the summer in South Dakota preaching in student charges. Returns for Training Miss Thelma Appelt. who Is tak- ng nurses' training at Iowa City, returned last week, having spent a three weeks' vacation at the parental home. Gets Job in Algona Harold Evans began work Saturday at the. Pioneer Seed house at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Aldrich are visiting at the home of Mrs. Aidrich's parents, the P. J. Helmkes. 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