The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 20, 1938 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 20,1938 WESLEY PTA GROUP MAKES 1938 PLANS Wesley: The Parent-Teacher Association met Monday evening at the publtc school with Mrs. L, L Pfeffer, president, and others of the executive committee, to plan the year's activity. The meetings are to be held on the third Monday of each month, as last year with the first meeting to be held on October Elevator Repaired Repair work was completed Saturday on the Farmers Co-Operative Society's elevator with the rewiring of the part which was damaged by fire a few weeks ago. The society was again able to take in grain Monday. Back From Trip Mr. and Mrs. George Schlmel and Carl Schlmel of Blue Earth, Minn., and George Vltzthum returned from Illinois,' Wednesday. OREGONIANS VISIT Mr. and Mrs. Jack McCIaskey and •on, Michael, stopped briefly In Wesley Wednesday to visit relatives before returning to their new home In Eugene, Oregon, where Mr. Mc- CIaskey will teach English In the Oregon State University. They had been visiting other relatives tn Des Moines, Dubuque, Iowa City, Mason City, and Garner. She was the former Agnes Studer. Wesley High Wins The Wesley high school nine defeated Goldfield, 5 to 0, at the local diamond Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Oestercamp are the parents of a daughter born Tuesday. Miss Velma Sorenson of Britt spent a few days last week at the Ed Htldman home. An all-high school roller skating party was held at the Tltonka roller skating rink Friday evening. The Willing Workers circle held a 25 cent supper Saturday evening at the Methodist church basement. Wayne Goal In is home on furlough visiting at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Gos- lln. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Meurer and Mrs. A. M. Lemke of Irvington, attended the Spencer fair Wednesday. Dorothy Krnus took her brother, Donald to Ames, Wednesday, where he entered Iowa State College. Mrs. E. D. Ravlin entertninccl the members of the afternoon bridge club at her home Thursday afternoon. Walter Klllian won the L. S. Bohannon booth award nt the fnir last week by guessing nearest to the number of marbles In a jnr. Miss Carol Eckstein of Wavcrly came Thursday evening to visit her sister, Miss Rosamond Eckstein. She returned Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Edward HlUlman accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Studer left Wednesday for n few days trip around Spirit Lake and other points in the state. Wesleyans Go to College Wesley: Donald Kraus and Nina Mae Wagner leave Wednesday fcr Iowa City where they will enter Iowa University. Lonard Alnc and Edward Funnemark leave Sunday for NorthfieM. Minn., where they will enter St. Olafs College. It will DP Leonard's second and Edward's third ycnr. Sam Alne will take the boys to Northfleld. Mildred Funnemark will leave on Wednesday to begin her second year nt St. Olafs college. Fldells Skow entered Waldorf College at Forest City last week. June Adel Kunz will go to Minneapolis next week and complete her senior high school work at fit. Mary's Academy. Junior Kunz will leave Wednesdiy for Iowa City to begin his third year at the Iowa State College. Birds Leave for South Tltonka: For the past ten years Lee O. Wolfe has kept a garden and bird record. Friday the purple mar- tena definitely left for winter quarters. It was the latest leave takins for them in any year so far recorded. This year they also arrived at the earliest time, two of them coming April 2. There were 22 pairs of the birds that reared two broods of young in the birrt houses on the Wolfe premises. .... It's. A Curious Thing "Why Bury the Hatchet? . . Because it *(as an ancient Indian ctrempny, burying a tomahawk, to signify they had no evil Intentions against anyone present. The tomahawk of the white man is the hatchet, hence the use of the term to denote peace between adversaries. That suit or coat will last much longer If sent here for regular cleaning. Our new equipment assures brightened colors and a new look. Free moth proofing service. Try Our Laundry Modern Dry Cleaners HMO* BW We SAFE BULL PEN—Sterling, 111.: Special photo to Algona Upper Des Moines by Dick Crabb, Moline, HI. Every year scores of persons are gored to death by angry bulls. Henry Ward, whose farm is near Sterling, III., has made certain that his purebred Holstein bull never harms anyone. The solid oak lumber fence enclpses a yard 70 feet long and 20 feet wide. At the end la the bull shed, equipped with water facilities and trap doors through which feed Is taken without endangering the man who feeds the animal. The door can be closed, aa It Is now, while the bull is in the yard, and the attendant can clean the bull shed without taking any chances. Seneca Club Meets Seneca: The Birthday club met at :he home of Mrs. Carl Peterson Monday afternoon and helped her celebrate her birthday. Bunco was played at four tables with Mrs. Irvln Clasaon winning high prize. Mrs. Curtis Olsen and Mrs. Elmer Lee were hostesses. Mrs. Hans Wfuff of Armstrong was a guest. Mrs. B. E. Sanders, Mrs. Sarah Wise and Mrs. W. C. Taylor attended the Doan Ladies Aid meeting Thursday afternoon. COLORADO PEOPLE VISIT SWEA-EAGLE Swea-Eagle: Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Milton and son, Carl of Denver, Colorado, called on several of their] old friends and neignbors nere the past week. The Mlltons farmed! here before they moved to Colorado. Enters Iowa State Mr. and Mrs. Glen Clark stayed at the William Barger home last Sunday while Mr. and Mrs. Bnrger took their son, Donald to Ames. where he will resume his fourth year of study at Iowa State Agriculture College. See Spencer Fair Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Pearson and children attended the Clay County Fair at Spencer last week Wednesday. Lake, Minn., the first part of last week. Art Anderson drove to Northfleld. Minn., last Wednesday with his niece. Marietta Swanson of Fairmont, who is in her senior year at St. Olof College there. Store Opening Soon Chrlstensen Bros, new store here is expected to be ready for occupancy about the middle of October, L. M. Christensen of EstherviH,- stated Wednesday, during a visit here to inspect the new building. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Diebler and Mrs. Wm. Diebler visited last Tuesday with Warren Diebler. Lucile Berg left last week Tuesday to begin her second year at Buena Vista College, Storm Lake. Mrs. Frank Looft entertained the Builders class of the Baptist church last Thursday afternoon at the Guild hall. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Olson and son, Dennis, visited relatives in Buffalo Poultry Raisers M;iy wo help you "S:\vo Feed, Labor and Increase Egjr, Production {"' Equip your lien house* today with <>-ood, sturdy, sanitary feeders at these low prices. 5 ft. pullet feeder $1.95 8 ft. flock feeder $2.95 5 ft. flock feeder $4.90 Our egg mash and feeds are a reasonable price. Algona Produce Phone 9 Algona, la. XK&X^-iCKfCfiiy^ 931 IOWA HYBRID 939 Certified .Seed Corn 90 pounds per bushel from field—$2.50 per bu. j No. <):',! is corn cert Hied for planting in Nortli- ern section. NM. !K'!) is corn certified for plantin.tr in North Central section. Corn has passed all certification requirements to date. I produce my own single cross parent stock from certified, inbred lines, and can supply certified seed stock for any one wishing to produce either No. !))!! for No. JKtt) seed corn. The above price is subject to change "without notice. We urge you to get your seed before a freeze as prices will advance after a hard freeze. The first 20 customers to bring this advertisement with them will receive an i extra 20 Ibs. of corn. ALVIN ENGSTROM 2 miles east, 2 miles north of Rejnvick, Iowa Phone No. 14P22 38-3t>' ^ LAN NOW TO ATTEND TALKING MOTION PICTURE COOKING SCHOOL PRESENTED BY THE ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES at the CALL THEATRE Wednesday and Thursday September 21 - 22 Every woman in this community sh:uld plan now to attend the showings of "Star in My Kitchen." You will see real, life-like situations—similar to the ones you encounter every day—actually re-enacted on the screen. And best of all, there will be many demonstrations of, recipes especially prepared for this picture by some of the foremost home economists in the country—unusual and different dishes that will appeal to every member of the family. You can't afford to miss this new and different cooking school where every single one of the important steps in the preparation of a recipe—mixing, blending, stirring, baking—all of the many and varied points essential to successful cookery are shown in close- up on the screen. And the finished dishes are faithfully reproduced in full color. Starting Promptly at 9:30 a. m. jjff ^•^R ^s^^ff- ^^^^»^ ADMISSION YOU WILL B E A B L E TO S E E ALL AND TO HEAR ALL E D E E GIFTS

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