The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 27, 1938 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 27, 1938
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Ardella Halverson Le Maire Honored at Socia , Atair Last Tuesday Armstrong: Amiscellaneous show *t was held Tuesday afternoon a the home of Mrs. Carl Halverson in honor of her daughter, Ardella, who was secretly married July 3rd a Mt. Vernon, S. D. to Arnold Le Malre of Blue Earth, Minn. The home was prettily decorated with garden flowers. The afternoon was spent in games Mrs. Lambert Locker won first prize and the guest of honor, Mrs. Arnold LeMa I re won first In a similar contest. Following this the honorec opened all her lovely gifts, then n. lunch was served by the hostesses w«T- ( t ndre f P psa1 ' and Mrs - Jim Mclntlre of Armstrong and Mrs Wesley Berhow of Fairmont. Minn rnose present beside the guest of rpnor and the hostesses were • Mrs Roy Henderson, Mrs. Twedt and «f« V W ,! 8l * y Bern °w. n" of Fair mont Minn.; Mrs. C. J. Houseman, Mrs. Lambert Locker, Mrs. S. K. * r8 ' Olai °P sa1 ' Mr * "- Tom Hansen, Mrs. K J, ut , 80n - Mrs - Arthur Cas- 'M els Anvlck, Mrs. Reuben n. Mrs. Ole Opsal, Mrs. H. irmlter, Mrs. Harry Davis, Mrs M A Sampson and Mrs. Carl Halver son, all of Armstrong. The Algona gpper Pas Mbfnes, AlgonA, Iowa, flept. 27, Seneca Baseball Wins From Armstrong Ea*t Setteca: Seneca baseball nine played the Armstrong team Tuesday afternoon at Armstrong and won by a score of 13 to 1. Enter* Bible School Miss Ethel Braddock left last Monday for Minneapolis where she will take up missionary work at the Western Bible Institute. She Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harley Braddock of this vicinity. Rev. Patten and a sister accompanied .her. Entertains Aid Mrs. Ole .Tohannesen entertnlne the Seneca Lutheran Aid nt he home Wednesday afternoon. Honored at Shower Swea City: A post nuptial line shower is being given this afternoo (Tuesday) honoring Mrs. Arthu §* e w",5, *£? ° Ie Molan home * Mrs. Will Peterson, Lakota, Mis May Wessel and Miss Irene Molan Talk About HATS You haven't seen new fall mllitnery until you've seen the Elite's. We are sure you will be delighted with the hundreds of exclusive styles at $1.95 and up ELITE Dorothy Hoeck is a victim of th quinsy. Gladys Dotson is visiting friend nt Story City. Mrs. Henry Groen of Swea City spent Thursday at the Leslie Denton tome. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Campbell wer, veek end guests of the Emil Dyes Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Godden were lunday dinner guests of the W. A Jleichs, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Baumnn and amily were callers nt the Sheldon Merrill home Sunday. Mrs. Cecil Bailey attended the Seneca Lutheran Aid at the Ole Johannesens Thursday. Mrs. Lucille Nelson of Haifa spent the past week visiting her friend. Mrs. Vyrle Smith. The community Bible class met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gardner, Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Emll Elmers were guests at the home of Mrs. Frank Norris and sons. Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hansen and family of Cylinder were Sunday dinner guests at the G. Kracht home. Mrs. Otto Wilberg entertained the Willing Workers society at the Seneca church basement Saturday aft ernoon. Miss Lavole Ellerbrock. fifth nnt sixth grade teacher, spent the week end at the home of her parents al Auburn. Mrs. Chns. Osborn had the misfortune to cut her hand while canning Monday. Stitches were required to close the wound. Mr. and Mrs, Walter Smith nnd on. Maurice and daughter, Ber- llne and Mervin Sanders of Swe.i 'ity attended the Clay county fair 'hursday. Bcrdino Smith, daughter of Mr. nd Mrs. Walter L. Smith is suf- ering from an attack of append- •IHs and pleurisy. At this writing he is much improved. Mr. and Mrs. James Doocy and : aughter nnd Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jensen and son, Calvin were Sunday dinner guests at the Sigurd Ol- scn home near Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hantcl- mnn nnd daughter, Mary Lou. returned home from Seymour. Monday, where they had been visiting relatives of Mrs. Hantelman. Mr. and Mrs. Will Johns. Mr. and Mr*. Fred Jensen and daughter, Florence, Mr. and Mrs. James Doocy and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Jay Godden attended the Martin county fair at Fairmont last Friday. Sir. and Mrs. Harry Vahldrlek.i mid family of Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wilberg, Henry Looft and family, Seneca, Mr. and Mrs. 5rt Johnson nnd Freda, Fred nnd John Johanne&en of Bancroft were dinner guests at the home of Mr. »ml Mrs. Hans Presthus, Bancroft n honor of Mr. Vahldrick's birthday. Swea City W. C. T. U. Elects New Officers Swea City: Word came to Swea City Saturday a. m. that Lawrence neim, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Jelm, had died that morning at his home in Denver, Colo., from pneu- nonla. It was expected at this writing, that the body wou'd be brought back to Swea City for bur- al. Lawrence grew to young man- lood in thU vicinity. About ten •ears ago he went to Denver, where IB has recently been employed In a coal mine. About three weeks i»i he contracted the flu from which pleurisy and pieural pneumonia developed. Mrs Deim was formt-rly Kthel IVu-rson, a daughter of Mrs <-' !•'. Ftterbon. . . . like the Sno Sheen cakes in the Motion Picture Cooking School? When a cake appears in the movies, it has to be beautiful! It mustn't thaw any defect! wh«n it loom* up large on the screen; must be so tempting that the audience will long to taste it. Cakes made with Sno Sheen Cake Flour please the most critical eye. And their perfect appearance is an assur. ance that they are wonderfully light—wonderfully delicate in texture. They're as good to eat as they are to look at! Your cakes, too, will be a deLght to the eye and to the palate if you use Sno Sheen—the super-fine cake flour that's featured in the Motion Picture Cooking School. Try a package — and you'll want to use it regularly for al! your fine cakes! Pillsbury's SNO SHEEN Cake Flour ARMSTRONG GLEE CLUBS ORGANIZED Armstrong: The high school girls' glee club has been organized inder the leadership of Mia* Christ Kreul. The officers for the comln year are: president, Marie Irmlte secretary and treasurer, Joyce Han sen. Members of the club are: soprano —Rose Ellen Whitlow, Marie Irm fter, Elaine Wegner, Jerry Pape Margie Johnson, Alice Carnden Martha Larson, Ardys Opsal, an< Marilyn Khipe. Second sopranos—Joyce Hansen liah Troestler, Alverda Twedt, Mur lei Opsal, Lavone Askeland and Marjorle Caboth. Altos—Betty Jane Gabriel. Fran ces Horswell, Corene Miller, Ag nes Weiby, Muriel Eastman and Kathryn Tokhelm. Barbara Smith is piano accompanist. The boys' glee club also has been organized under Miss Kreul's leadership. Members are: John Thornsen, Robert Lux, Sterling Ray, War—- Davis, Wayne Dale, Kenneth Bckhart, Lloyd Schultz, John Thor •son, Harold Johnson and Robert Sorenson. Mr. and Mrs. W. Miehe. Tom Man - ey and Jim Manley left the last of he week for the west where they in. end to visit friends and relatives in Oregon and Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Johnson, r, who have lived on the farm on lie edge of Iowa Lake for some ve years, moved Into Armstrong Honday. where they bought a home. Wetley Act* To Stop Future Flood Damage to Hornet We»!ey: A meeting of property owner* was held Monday night of last week to seft what could be done about water backing Into basements of Wesley homes. An organization, with A. L. Kt«lnp«ter as chairman, and Fred A. Dlekman as secretary was formed. A committee of four appointed Olaf Funnemark to survey the town's drainage system and ascertain the size of tile necessary to prevent recurrence of last week's water damage In basements. Besides the two officers selected, the committee appointing Funnemark consisted of Arlo Dawson an< C. G. Dennis. The committee wll also see J. L. Bonar, Algona at .orney, In regard to getting a grant to help finance the work recommended by Funnemark when his survey is completed. The cost ol he survey, however, will be defrayed by town funds. BANCROFT WOMAN Bancroft: Mrs. John Bernhard ntertalned at two tables of bridge n honor of her friend, Mrs. Con iennedy of Rochester, Minn., on Thursday evening. Mrs. Elizabeth Williams had high score. Mrs. Kennedy and her two sisters. Miss Gertrude Feeney and Mrs. Johnson of Rochester, Minn., visited at the Ambrose Kennedy home Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs. Kennedy re- tat a longer visit. George "Mousel, fistherville,' visited relatives and friends here over the week end. Mrs. J. A. Devlne took her son, Kenneth, to Iowa City Thursday, where he yfll continue his studies at the state uiilvfeislty. The election of officers of the C. O. F. was held at the Forester hall Thursday evening. After the busl ness meeting a lunch was served t .he menioefSv Mr. and Mrs. Rob Saunders am daughters, Mrs. John Schmidt and ktrs. Murphy of Fairmont and Mrs Roy Anderson of Lakota visited on Friday afternoon at the M. A. Saun ders home. News was received of the death of P. J. Nemmers of Chicago Thursday morning. He was a brother of L J., Albert and Clara Nemmers o Bancroft. Clara Nemmers who hac been at the home of the deceased for several weeks remained for the funeral and L. J. Nemmers left here Thursday evening to attend the funeral. STEADY WORK for experienced farmer over 28 years old. Must be dependable, own a car and willing to work. Good pay every week, tn applying for this job, give age experience and state whether you have a car. Write to Box 69, c-o Algona Upper Des Moines. iff fMtf W wHf ttm HUt MN* i^il Hit FROM YOUR WRAY SERVICE STATION HARRIS BROS. SERVICE STATION HARVEST FESTIVAL "'] ^ ' ^ ' V— ^x>\ A BUMPER CROP OF ^3£&?' J ® ;f -'*''*.%&?**'• SOAP Make sure of dainti ness with Lux Soap for dishes, ends dishpan hands After the Food Show is Harvest Time to Stock Up on These Famous Soaps Now at all these Stores health soap removes germs as well as dirt The all- purpose shortening—it's triple creamed ALGONA Sol-onsen's (irocery A. & I'. Tea Co. < 'oiincil Oak (Jroccry White's Cut Rate <inn-cry Moc iSc S.joyren Anderson Brothers Hood's I. <i, A. Store Lolly's (Jroecrv LUVEENE Tiede's T. (J. A. Store Schneider's Store A. B. Murray WESLEY A. M. Kunx Konha Food Market Charles Krau.s ' SWEA CITY A. C. Linde LEDYAKD Tice Brack II. M, Dyer TITONKA Boimeker (jroeerv Cullies Brothers WHITTEMOBE II. If. ZuiiuK-h II. W. Oeelan LAKOTA Harry Wai-burton Thavt-H Sisters C. R. Smith BANCROFT Hood's I. O. A. Store Merrill Bros. Kennedy Bros. Finn's (Jroecry FENTON A. II. 'Priebe Brothers A. J. Krause Bailey & Co. WEST BEND Jensen & Bolstud Walker's (iroeery BUBT Smith Brothers LONE BOOK Art 1'riebe

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