The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 25, 1938 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 25, 1938
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The Algonatfrftw 6eg Mdfal^y Algdna^ Iowa, Oct> 26 L 193g LOCALS Cha*. Land, who Is taking a course In pharmacy at Des Molnes, came up last week for a short visit at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lund. • Mr. artel Mrs. D. B. Baldwin of Rapid City, South Dakota, were overnight guests, Sunday night of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop. Mr. Baldwin is a cousin of Mrs. Bishop. Cleve Barton not only raises fine Delicious apples at his home on North Hall street, but he has a different species of potatoes than any we have seen. The other day he was showing his friends a sample of his new variety. The potatoes are much the same as the ordinary Ohio Cobbler, but they take the form of ducks, pigs and other animals. CHANGE of MANAGEMENT ACT NOW BUY NOW MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS "Ritz" and "Whitney" exceptional values Men's "Big Tank" Blue Melton ZIPPER JACKETS while they last MEN'S DRESS HATS special lot $3.00 grade $4.00 grade $5.00 grade 1.97 2.97 3.97 Men's "Curlee" Men's "Curlee" and "Marx" •ALL WOOL OVERCOATS Full and half belts, all new for this season— out they go for The bargain of a lifc- --oul ::iey go for only us Union Suits long sleeves, ankle length, oniy Men's 25c Silk Dress Hose Mitts and Gloves 1.59 doz. Men's Big Viuik Chipper Shorts Men's checkfd Flannel Shirts Men's Broadcloth Pajamas out they go for 87c M1SBACH Clothing Co. ALGONA :-: IOWA Economy Days Celebrate 41st Anniversary- Mr, and Mrs. John Kellner of St. Benedict were pleasantly surprised laat Sunday on their list. wedding anniversary when all thett children gathered together at the family home for a reunion. They all brought well-filled baskets and a delightful dinner was served. ^ Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Math Kellner ana family, Wesley; Mr. and Mtt>4,Math Bormann and sons, Algona;"Mr. and Mrs. Mike Arndorfer and family, Corwlth; Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Kellner and sons, Ottosen; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrsnce Recker, Alta Vista; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Godfredson and daughter, Wlnnebajfo, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. George Ama and son, Titonka, and Marie, at home. Mr. and Mrs. Kellner have eight children and 18 grandchildren. Bnptlst Meeting— The Baptist missionary meeting was attended by 25 women last week. Mrs. Lucy Reaper arid Mrs. C. H. Taylor were hostesses. The program was in charge of Mrs. J. B. Wheelock and consisted of a study of citizenship. A play, "Inasmuch" was given in connection with the offering of gift boxes for missionary purposes. Participants were Mrs. John Jordan, Mrs. F. Haldeman, Mrs. F. C. Volske and Mrs. J. B. Wheelock. Mrs. George Hofius gave a reading, and Mrs. Volzke gave a report on the Iowa Baptist state convention held recently at Ottumwa. Country Club Party— The last social event of the season will be held Thursday evening at the Country Club with a Hal- lowe'en dinner dance. The committee in .charge includes Joe Bloom, chairman, Dr. Karl Hoffman, Raymond Norton, R. B; Waller, W. A. Lorenz, P. J. Kohlhaas, H. E. Woodward, Mrs. Robert Larson, Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer, Mrs. H. B. White, Mrs. H. M. Smith, Mrs. M. G. Bourne, Mrs. Harold Cowan and Mr?. H. L. Gilmore. Wit Thoma and his band will play. Beta Sigma Phi— The Beta Sigma Phi sorority held a banquet in the Hotel Algona din- ng room, Monday evening at 7:15. Eleanor Fraser gave a toast to the pledges, Esther Pratt, Marion Corey, and Lucille Black. A toast to the new sponsor, Mrs. E. W. Hanson, ivas given by Kathryn Carlson. Fol- owlng the banquet formal initiation of the pledges and the sponsor was held in the Blue Room. After the nitiation, guests of the members arrived for an evening of cards and dancing. McNelil-HlUenKa Nuptials— In a quiet ceremony performed ast week Tuesday evening at the Presbyterian parsonage by the Rev. C. W. Pfelffer, Gertrude McNeill, daughter of John McNeill of Algona, Became the bride of Edwin Hillenga, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harm Hillenga of near Wesley. The bride's triplet brother and sister, Paul and Grace McNeill, both of Algona, attended the couple. After a short wedding trip the couple will be at home on a farm near Woden. .Puck Dinner—,_ ^ Mrs. M. P. Weaver entertained at a 6:30 wild duck dinner at her home last week Monday evening honoring Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Peek and son, William' of Portland, Oregon. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McMahon and Ed Rist were also guests. Itridgntte Club— The eight members of the Brldg- ette club will meet with Mrs. Fred Bartholomew for a one o'clock lun- checn this afternoon (Tuesday). Naomi Circle — Miss Myrtle Turnbaugh was the hostess to the Naomi circle, F.rlday afternoon. "Thirty women attended. The program, which consisted of aolowef contest and a name contest was in charge of Mrs. Chester Dilllnger, Mrs. Walter Klamp re- -eeivfid^Hfe flower contest prize, and the name contest prize went to Mrs. Sidney Spear. Following the program a luncheon was served. Lodge. Party— The Royal Neighbor lodge Hal- lowe'en party will be held Thursday night, October 27, at eight o'clock at the Legion Hall for'all members and their friends. This Is to be a real old fashioned party, all free, and all for fun. The committee in charge consists of Mrs. Louis Lynk, chairwoman, Mrs. Wm. Geering and Mrs. Willard Gregson. Wi H. M. S.— The Woman's Home Missionary society of the Methodist church will hold its regular meeting at the church parlors, Thursday, October 27, at 2:30 p. m. with Mrs. J. W. Daw's division as hostesses. A special program has been planned. All members are asked to bring canned goods which Is to e sent to the deaconness' home. County P. T. The first fall meeting of the County P. T. A. will be held Wednesday evening. October 26. at eight o'clock at the Doan church. Tes- sle M. Parker, who has served as chairman of rural P. T. A. for the state, is the speaker. Refreshments will be served. Mrs. D. P. Smith is the secretary of the county P. T. A. Family Dinner— Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Sullivan were host and hostess at their home at a family dinner. Sunday, served to the members of Mrs. Sullivan's family. Those present were her motheY, Mrs. DaniM Ke!ly, and brother, John, of Emmetsburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Knutson, the latter, a sister, of Fort Dodge. Post Matron's Luncheon— Mrs. Clinton Lighter, Mrs. M. J. McCall and Mrs. D. D. Monlux are hostesses to serve a. one o'clock luncheon to the past matrons of the order of the Eastern Star at the Masonic Temple this afternoon (Tuesday). The women will spend the afternoon making rugs for the old folks home at Boone. Cresco Club— The Cresco Mothers and Daughters club are sponsoring a basket social and program, Saturday evening, October 29 at the South Cresco community house. Ladies will please bring baskets. The next club meeting will be held with Mrs. Frank Miller, with Mrs. Scott Moore assisting, November 2. Surprise Party— Mrs. Lloyd Muckey was surprised at her home, Saturday evening, by a group of friends in honor of her birthday, which was Sunday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs..Oscar Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lynk, and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wray. The evening •was spent playing cards, and a potluck dinner 3 Groups 9x12 S Luncheon-Bridge— Mrs. P. V. Janse and Mrs. James Neville were co-hostesses at a one o'clock luncheon and bridge party at the Blue Room of the Hotel Algona, Friday afternoon. Decorations were carried out In yellow and orange shades. Prizes were won by Mrs. Joe Bloom, and Mrs. J. H. Brechtblll. Standard Bearers— The Standard Bearers of the Methodist church met Thursday evening at the church. Donna Jean Waldron and Betty Reed were the hostesses, and the hosts were Bob Reed and Junior Sawyer. After a regular study hour refreshments were served. Mrs. F. E. Sawyer is the hostess. Handkerchief Birthday Club— The members of the Handkerchief Birthday club met at the home of Mrs. L. S. Muckey, honoring her birthday, Friday afternoon. Bridge was played at two tables with the prize going to the honoree; Mrs. Andrew Godfredson won the consolation prize. A dessert was served. YEARS AGO The flu hit KossnUi county hard and numerous deaths had been re- »6r£ed. Few Homes In Algona had ndt had a siege and in several cases death occurred, and others were reported dangerously 111. Al Falkenhalnerj who had been at the head of the Red Cross In Kossuth county since the beginning of the war, was notified that he had been made the head of the Red Cross In Iowa for the big December membership drive, » • * Lieutenant Clalfe Laird, sort Of Mrs. J. R. Laird, was reported as having been wounded and in a prison camp at Karlsruhe, Germany. Clair had been awarded thej.Croix de Guerre, the highest honor that is given by the French for bravery. * * * Some people had been curious as to why the Algona physicians had not attempted to use a recently ais- covered serum which was claimed to prevent or cure Spanish influenza. These serums were merely experiments according to American Medical Association Journal, which said: "Unfortunately as yet we have no specific serum or other specific means for the cure or prevention of influenza." * * * Lawrence Elke, son of Mr. and Lewis Eike, wrote a letter • from Frnace in which he stated that he was fully recovered from his wounds and back on the fighting line. He had given no partciulars as to his injuries. M. P. Weaver was assisting In the recorder's office during the illness of Mrs. Agnes Laidley. Barney Frank! of Irvlngton, who had recently recovered from an attack of inflammatory rheumatism, was seriusly 111 with Influenza. The influenza epidemic was not local, nor was It confined to the United States. South American countries had also been affected, and cities had been closed. * * * Soap was reported worth five dollars a pound in Turkey. From our servations of a Turk they always were short on soap. * * * The J. L. Bonar home had taken on the main aspects of a hospital. Mrs. C. E. Paine was in bed .here with an attack of influenza and Mrs. Bonar had also contracted the disease. Both ladies were under the care of a trained nurse, but were reported to be recovering. At the same time Mr. Paine was in the hospital at Mankato. Minn., suffering from the same disease. He was also said to be recovering. * * * Gene Neville had left for DCS VIoines. He had volunteered for service in the motor transport corps for immediate overseas duty, and had received his call to report at Farmers were picking corn In real earnest. The weather had been favorable and the corn was In the best condition to crib. MrsJ Peter- Krlethe of Burt hat been* guest at the E. B. Butle home In Algona for several days an< was visiting at the George Boever home in Unidn. TEN YEARS AGO Rev. B. 3!. Southgate who ha< Hospital News Kossnth Hospital Tuesday, October 18—Dorothy Hutchison of Swea City underwent for ten years been pastor of the Algona Congregational church, had tendered his resignation which was accepted and had accepted a call to Srltt He was to assume his duties to the new church November t * * * Charles Akre, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Akre, was chosen as vice president of the sophomore class in liberal arts at the State University. * * » The Humbotdt Rotary club Invited the Algona club to an intercity meeting and the following Algona Rotarians had attended: J. F. Overmeyer, Al Falkenhalner, M. P. Haggard, W. A. Foster, A. L. Peterson, A. Michel, J. A. Brownell, A. K Cliff, K. D. James, Melzar Falk- enhainer, and Sid J. Backus. • * * » Algona's "Thundering Herd" had romped away for a 45 to 0 victory over Spencer in their football game at Spencer. Me£zar Falkenhalner had been elected commander of Haag Post of the American Legion to succeed W. H. Godden. * • • The Atgona Community club was considering and planning a big celebration for the next year when the Ambrose A. Call State Park was to be formerly dedicated, and at the same time celebrate the seventy- fifth anniversary of the founding of Algona by Mr. Call for whom the state park had been named. * * » Ole Peterson, a well known farm- r, who lived east of Sexton, in Vesley township, had died at his ome at Mission. Texas, where ho ad moved several years ago. * * * Mr. and Mrs. George St. John ad visited with friends In Webster ity. Marie Beerman had nccom- anied them to visit her sister, Mrs. . W. Schnedler. Word was received here annourifi- ng the birth of a son to Mr. and •trs. Lyle Mathes of Wellington, Kansas. Mrs. Mathes was before er marriage. Miss Netha French, he Mathes have one other child. * * * Mrs. Lara Sanders had gone to ifarshalltown to attend the state brary convention. Miss Ruth tokes took her place at the library. Henry LJchter and son, Joe, were ome from Glenburn, N. D., where the* had been —.---iyv Wia ly fall. Glenburn is »> m « es , ... the Canadian border. A week before their return there was such ft saowstorm that it was necessary to stop threshing for a few J -"" few days before their was a huge prairie fl". «.«.i, necessary for the entire thnssh- Ing crew to get out and fight It * * * Mrs. A. L. Peterson, Mrs. D. D. Monlux, Mrs. Harold Hutchlnsi and Mrs. D. L, Leffert were spending the SiniminininMinfiiffliminniiintiiiiiniiiii! at tnS, 9 —- ->,—* Mrs. PeteMbn fodk to visit • ***•• .-.iy. «,;». S. a Vart end visitor with her parent*, Mr. and MA. E. J. Van Nes*, Batter- toe was a student of Iowa .State . tochers' Cortege a*d WfM taking bet practice teaching work at MMon City She was to graduate In June from her primary course and at the end of the following summer wpul« receive her B. A. degree. week at Cedar Rapids in attendance Anyone Can Duplicate the last "years hair style-but there is no reward in so doing. The stay-behinds look woebegone in any group of women. The modern spirits shine to the very tips of their fingernails. • > •-'-.• Let Mrs. Dalley change your beauty fashions^ See us before your next permanent We are having special prices. Phone 803 M A It R I G O L D II O *.P K S RADIO Service AT BJUSTRuM'S Phone 520-\V or 99 Tues.-Wed., Oct. 25-26 Plus March of Time Fire Prevention Great Britain Thure.-Frl.-Sat, Oct 27-29 ibboiu Adventure SATURDAY, 11 P. M. Gal* Hallowe'en Midnight Show Pie Eating, Apple Ducking. Shoe Contests plus Deanna Durbln In "THAT CERTAIN AGE" Birthday Honored- Mrs. T. H. Chrischilles enter- ,im i-veryone a cliance t« buy a nr,' from rlicaper Ax minsters to tlie better Wil- Six Pattern* Wiltons .$47.50 Eight Patterns .-rVS..")l) hvy. Axn'iiusters __$29.75 5 Patterns .-j-35 Axminster 22.50 See Them in Our Windows Foster Furniture Co. talned at a six o'clock dinner, Wednesday, honoring the birthday anniversary of her mother, Mrs. Sally Kranz, Invited guesta were Mrs. J. W. Sullivan. Mrs. J. T. Chrls- chilles, and Mrs. Emma Dorland, the latter of San Diego, Calif. To Present "The Me*»luh"— Anyone interested in singing in the Messiah come to the high school auditorium, Wednesday, October 26 at 7:30 p. m. Those who have books please bring them. Handel's Messiah will be presented December 18 under the sponsorship of the Bel Canto club. L. O. A. Class Party— The L. O. A. class of the Congregational church will have a Hal- lowe'en party at the home of Mrs. V. V. Naudain, Thursday evening. I Mrs. V. V. Naudain, Mrs. Hazel I Lusby, Mrs. Sylvia Gunn and Mrs. E. C. Dickinson, the officers, are the hostesses. V. K. O. Meeting— The P. E. O. chapter met for a one o'clock luncheon at the home at Mrs. S. E. McMahon last week Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Loretta Jania of Clinton. Iowa, state organizer of the P. E. O. was present for inspection, arid gave a talk to the chapter. School Social— There will be a basket social and Hallowe'en program at District No. 3. Riverdalc township school, on Thursday evening, October 27. Cecelia Cruhan ia the teacher. Birthday Club- Lorraine Arndorfer entertained members of her birthday club, on Wednesiiay evening, at her apartment. The evening was spent so- ci#lly and at sewing. Sewing Club— Mia. A. A, Bishop entertained the 12 members of her sewing; .club 0.1 her borne, Monday afternoon. Mra. Minnie i-SfflK. *»d MjS, Ed were club gueat*. ~ a tonsillectomy. Thursday, October 20—Mrs. Helen Boyken of Woden underwent an appendectomy. Thursday, October 20—Donna May Cink, ten months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cink of Woden, entered for medical treatment after swallowing lye. Saturday, October 22—Mrs. Donald Cook of Algona entered for medical treatment. General Hospital Tuesday, October 1ft—Gary Green of Wesley underwent a tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy. Saturday, October 22—Dean Meyer of Algona entered for medical treatment. Sunday, October 23—Mrs. S. A Hirner of Wesley, medical patient. Monday, October 24—Mrs. Carl Brown of Algona gave birth to a baby boy. One Day Wed. Oct. 26 Council Oak Store WED. SPECIALS Spare Ribs, per pound _ 15c Pork Liver, per pound _ 13c Tac-Cut Coffee, two 1 Ib. cans Raisin Cinnamon Bread, loaf 8c Our New Store One Block East of our former Location Apricots, whole peeled, No 1 Sweet Pickles (j oz. jar 8c Apple Butter, 10 oz. jar — 7c Paper Towels, 150 count 9c Lima Beans, 20 oz can — 7c Kirk's Hand Soap Pop Corn sure-to- pop, 2 pounds Cookies, fancy O7|» 2 pounds *•» V- Albrecht $M»0 ection Pledge wfaicfc k FREE We list but a few of the oustanding and Fashion-rite Albrecht furs available. All Finest Quality. 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