The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 15, 1938 · Page 5
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fae AIg6M tTpper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Nov. 15,1938 North East Kossuth News TITOMAN SUFFERS PAINFUL INJURY VTHonka: Jack Isebrandt suffered 1 $ painful injury Saturday while im- tfbftdlng heavy poles for the R. E. A. project at St. Benedict The poles $*uselderitanystarted to slide, catching Mr, Isebrand't left arm in such ••a. manner that the ligaments were (torn lobse, shoving the muscles of .'Ms .arm down. The skin was -not '.broken, but it was neccesary to put .his arm in a sling. Tltonka Olrt Marries Miss Eileen Brown, daughter of TMr. and Mrs. Ted Brown of Tltonka •was married to Vernon Hudson of »Srundy Center Wednesday. The Hudsons will make th«lr future .Home in Grundy Center. . Attend Demonstraton ' 'Mrs. HarVy Beed, accompanied by fcer daughter, Helen, drove to Wat- •*rloo Friday to attend a demonstration for hardware dealers. , Mrs. Pierre. Sartor entertained lier bridge 1 club Thursday. High aicore was. made ,b* Mrs. Clark and .average score by Mrs. John Fisher. jMr. and Mrs. Miller Nelson en- 3xrtalned their dinner bridge club on Tuesday evening. Dr. H. I. Torger- *rom &<$ Molnes ,Frida§| Shaving completed; a course" In beauty culture. .'She is helping at Lucllle's Shop. '..-.- " wairVoughtliome rrrom the Buffalo Center "hospital last week Monday and is now able to sit tip a short time each.day. Net $105 at Aid Bazaar at Lakota Lakota> The Presbyterian Aid held their annual bazaar and chicken supper, Thursday afternoon and evening and in connection with It also held a guest day with guests from Algona, West Bend, Swea City, Ramsey and the Lakota churches In- attendance. A program was put on in the church auditorium at three o'clock for the guests as follows: address of welcome by Mrs* George Heetland, Aid president; group singing; devotions, Mrs. J. A. Barger; vocal solo, Mrs. Charles Gutknecht; music by the third and fourth grades directed by the teacher, Miss Erickson; a play, "Oysters" was presented by Mesdames William Turley, Cart Gerzema, George Heetlarid*, Charles Gutknecht, Hugh Lewis and Russell Winter and was directed by Mrs. W. E. Ley. Clara Chipman gave a reading and the program closed with group sieg- ing. Many lovely articles were sold In the fancy work department, also home made candy and baked goods. A large crowd was present for supper and the women cleared $106. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Freeark and son and Mrs. Leo Edwards, all of Clear Lake visited at the George Edwards home last week Sunday. Mrs. Freeark is a daughter of Mr. Edwards. • • • Mrs. R. V. Brandt, Clermont, who came here last week Sunday for the Presbyterian church celebration, and then went to Algona to visit her sister, Mrs. Marc Moore, came back Thursday and is visiting with friends here for a few days before going home. Mrs. Brandt and her husband cure former residents of Lakota. Neighbors I do not like to talk about my neighbors. In fact I never talk about anyone but I was just thinking when we lived by Mart Weaver and "Collie" Chubb if we were out of eatables we could always get a supply at one of their homes. Now we live In the south part of town with Dr. Janse on one side and Ed Rist on the other. They are nice neighbors but no eats. I can not be sociable on an empty stomach. I guess the only way out is to sell more shoes and clothes, pay up. the grocery bills arounds town and eat our own pancakes, so here goes. 240 pairs of women's and girls' slippers to close out at 9L49 • • This Is a factory clean up. Dress ties and pumps also sport slippers with platform soles and Dutch heels, in all leathers and new colors. These are the same quality and from the same house as our regular $2-48 slippers. They gave us $1.00 a pair reduction on this closeout and I am passing the $1.00 reduction right on to my customers. These are bargains you can not pass. For the men we have just received thirty dozen men's oxfords from Peters Shoe Co. All the new models that have just come out. They are the finest shipment of oxfords I ever opened up. They have style, fit and wonderful construction. They are all leather. When a man buys Peters City Club oxfords he is getting jjpra/ort, wear and style. Our prices are $298 and $3.95. Jimmie Neville LEDTAED NEWS Observe Education Week / The Ledyard School observed the annual National Education week from Nov. 6 to 12. Many of the parents visited the school and special programs were presented. On Friday a special Armistice Day program was presented in the assembly. Name Xmas Committees The Adult Bible class held its nwnthly party at the church basement Thursday evening. A large number were present. Committees were named for the Christmas party in December. A lovely lunch was served by Mrs. Harold Herzog and Mrs. D. B. Mayer. Mrs. Jack McDonald attended a postmasters meeting at Swea City Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson Spent Armistice day with friends and relatives at Luyerne. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hagge and Janice were visiting at the parental Geo. Hagge home and attending to business in Ledyard Saturday. ' Mrs. H. M. Dyer and daughter, Irene of Kansas City, Mo., and Mrs. George Thompson were at Blue Earth Tuesday of last week visiting Mrs, Amy Mexon. The M. E. Ladies Aid will meet In the church'basement on Thursday, NOV. 17llL Each lady will bring a&jiisteqriack lunch. A good time is anticipated. Coffee will be serVed. / ••• • Mrs. George Jhompson and Mrs. Glen BurrowsVspent Wednesday afterndttflfrSwea City. Mrs. Burrows visited at the parental Anderson jVOie while Mrs. Thompson shopped. '• w Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson attended a county rural carrier and auxiliary meeting at Wesley on Tuesday evening. The Aldrlchs and Mulllns entertained. The next meeting will be a Christmas party at Algona. Miss Alyce Hagge, who is attending a commercial college at Mankato, spent the* week end at the parental *Ge*i-jHagge home. She came as far els Blue Earth on Thursday night where her father, Geo. Hagge, met her. Miss Muriel Payne a nurse in the Marshalltown hospital spent from Sunday to Wednesday with her sister, Mrs. Lars Skaar and helped care for Lonny Lee while Mrs. Skaar was at Rochester. Win. Poppe, Mrs. Lars Skaar, Martin Gable and Herb Zielske drove to Rochester Friday to see Lars Skaar and son, Sidney. NoV.26toDEC.3 CHICAGO The year's best and biggest attraction! A acore of great shows in one. 14,000 bead of pure bred horses, cattle, sheep, swine —tnrilling horse shows—4-H boys' and girls' contest—the ^international grain and hay show—brilliant parades—famous bands—a startling pageant of color, life and thrills. Chicago offers a thousand other fascinations ... and "North Western's" Low Fares make it so easy for you to enjoy it all. Special Bargain Fares tram ALGONA Only 10.65 Goetach Families Of Fenton Leave on 3 Weeks Trip South Fenton: Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Goetsch and Mr. artd Mrs. R. A. Goetsch left early Wednesday morning for Palm Beach, Florida, where they will visit Mrs. R. C. Goetsch t mother and sisters. On their way they plan to visit briefly with Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Lively at Palestine, Texas. Mrs. Lively Is ths daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Newel of Fenton. On their return trip they plan to make several stops, one being with the' Court White family, former Fenton residents at Lexington, Kentucky. This is the Goetchs' first visit in the south Guest Day at Fenton Club Held Last Week Fenton: The Woman's club held its annual guest day in the Methodist church pai-!o.'.s, Tuesday ait- ernoon. The following program was given: Piano duet, "Entry of Gladiator" by Betty Jean Schwartz and Phyllis Frank; song "Mighty Lak a Rose," freshman sextette; one act play, "Sadie's Oats," Sadie Snooks, Eva Botetcher, Jim Parker by Alice Weisbrod, Mlz Arnold by Alvlna Weisbrod, Miss Jennie, Jessie Newel; Pearl by Eva Mueller and Minnie by Lillian Votteler. The place of the play was a Floral Hall exhibit at a county fair. The play was directed by Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod and Mrs. E. J. Frank. Furnishings for the floral hall were brought by Mrs. W. J.. Weisbrod. The play was well presented. Violin selections were played by Hubert Hantelman. After the program a two course dinner was served at card tables. Hostesses were Mesdames J. A. Schwartz, J. A. Mueller, Walter Ohm and C. H. Geronsin. Eighteen members and their guests attended. 40 at HDA Clinic Forty women attended the clinic on canned and frozen foods held at the home of Mrs. Win. Weisbrod Friday afternron. Mrs. Ruth Seaton Hicks, new county homo demonstration agent, conducted the clinic. The Fenton Forward 4-H club sang a special number. Florence Weisbrod and Edith Laage, Des Molnes teachers, Harold Newel and Miss Minnie Stacke all of Des Molnes, came Friday afternoon for a visit with their parents here. Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod and daughter, Florence, the latter of Des Moines, visited at the Chandler home in Dennlson Saturday and Sunday, returning to Des Molnes on Sunday where Mrs. Weisbrod will visit OLD LANDMARK , LAKOTA NEWS Round trip In media. Go No». 28 or 29. Good reioraloc 3 dtri from date of sue. , TC Round trip. ./O First class. Go any date 30 day return limit Ascot NORTHWESTERN . Jerry Ukena and Earl Ogren, attended an implement Dealers' meeting at Hotel Hanford in Mason City last week Wednesday. The stores in town closed Friday afternoon (Armistice Day) in order to give the merchants and their employees a half holiday. Mr*. W. E. Gutknecht and Roland Smith, Sr., enjoyed a visit with a cousin, A. Meyers of Wilton, WIs.. who visited here over last week end. The Rev. Daniel Grleder, Austin, Texas, who was the principal speaker at the Presbyterian anniversary a week ago Sunday, visited friends here until last week Wednesday before returning home. Mrs. J. H. Warburton entertained a group of friends at a quilting party last week Tuesday afternoon, and they quilted a wool comforter. A lunch was served onu some of the men helped with the lunch. Mrs. Guy Beemer entertained the Methodist Aid at her home last week Wednesday afternoon at the monthly business meeting. A few articles left from the bazaar were sold bringing the total amount from the bazaar and aupper to over $60. The next meeting will be a social meeting with Mrs. Delia Smith as chairman. Corwith-Falrvfewi CoifwltR' lost a landmark 'last week; The old shed used year* ago for 1 ' housing equipment 6f the old tile works, was torn down and moved away. After the tile works was no longer active, the building was used by the 1. G. A. store for storing ice. The building had, in recent years, been neglected and had Suffered greatly from weather and time. The appearance of the street has been much improved oy the removal of this building. Mrs. David Johnson spent Friday afternoon and night with her daughter, Eleanor, at Mason City. The Lutheran Ladies' Aid met on Thursday afternoon, Nov. 10, at the home of Mrs. John Nelson. Mrs. Donald Clark and son of Brltt spent last week Tuesday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Bush. Mrs. Clara Patterson Is having the entire drainage of her lots overhauled this week. Jesse Hull- Inger is doing the work. Mr. and Mrs. Donald McCartney of West Bend were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nail last week Sunday. The missionary society of the First Baptist church met last Friday at the home of Mrs. Bert Meyers, with Mrs. Lester Hash as assistant hostess. The Rev. and Mrs. Karl Killer attended the monthly dinner of the pastors and wives at Kanawha last week Monday evening. The Rev. and Mrs. H. J. Bane of Kanawha were host and hostess. Mrs. Lena Zimmerman, who has been visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. EM Prey and family, has returned to her home at Flanl- gan, HI. The Frey family took her as far as Goldfield and she took the train for the rest of the trip. East Seneca Woman Gets Surprise Party East Seneca:' Mrs. Henry Looft was surprised at her home on her birthday, Wednesday evening by the following friends and relatives: Martin Wllberg and family, Harry Vahldlrks and family of Ringsted, Hans Presthus and the Ole Johanneson families of Bancroft, the Lawrence and John Johannesons of Lone Rock. East Seneca Man HI Mr. and Mrs. Herb Wolf and son, Wayne of Armstrong were visitors at the C. O. Dotson home on Thursday evening. Mr. Dotson is ill with colitis and Is under the care of a doctor. Dr. and Mrs. West were Sunday dinner guests at the Clemensen home. ' Mr. and Mrs. Jferald Godden spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Jennings at Algona. Louise Wolf, and Charlies Schrader of Burt spent FrTday evening at the Geo. Wolf home. Mrs. Harold Lcunprlght and sons of Algona were callers at the C?. Kracht home Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Martin Jensen of Rlngsted will entertain the Seneca Ladies Aid Thursday, Nov. 17th. ICHICKEN SUPPER Nov. 20, 5:30 P. M. ST. BENEDICT SCHOOL, HALL MENU Fried Chicken Dressing Mashed Potatoes and Gravy Cranberry and Cabbage Slaw Minced Ham Rolls Coffee Cherry Pie 35c and 25c %-THANKSGIVING A flitting climax for the best meal of the year ... Taylor Made Ice Cream for dessert. The whole family will hail your choice. Taylor Made's delicious flavor, its purity and goodness, make a hit with everyone from toddlers to grandparents. Ot course there's a wide choice of flavors, in molds*as well as bricks and bulk. Order from your dealer ... and order PLENTY. Algona Ice Cream & Candy Factory WWW Phone 270 Algona, Iowa jyuyuyiyuVy|.vyvvvwWl^^ IOWA Tuea.-\Ved.. Nov. 15-16 w~ /// . Feature Andy Devine in "SWING THAT CHEER" Sunday Thru Wednesday Prices 10c-26c-36c Thura. Thru Sat, Nov. 17-19 Hll IfllT T«I (SITUS 2d Feature Bob Baker western "Guilty Trails" ..u, JNE LYNN ,NG BAR!' b.rt ALLEN th DONNELLY Thanksgiving, Fri., Sat Thanksgiving Week Bargains Prices 10c-26c Plus i»y Hodge* Iowa girl in Mr. and Mrs. -Walter Smfth and family spent from Thursday tmtll Monday In South Dakota. Gladys Hanson of Armstrong; spent last week end with her cousins, Dorothy and Evelyn Clemensen. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson of Fort Dodge are visiting at the home Of Mrs. Johnson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Peterson. Gladys Dotson spent Sunday with her parents, the Clem Dotsons. She is employed at the Marvin Robins home in Armstrong, visit friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Stage drove to Des Moines where Mr. Slagle attended a teachers convention on Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Slagle and son stopped off at Ames to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cnshmark and three children of Albia, came Friday evening fot a visit with Mrs. Cashmark's sitter, Mrs. Don Weisbrod, Fenton, and Mrs. Art Rave, Ringsted. I Wish to Thank The Public For Its Continuous Support of my office. CASEY LOSS Sheriff of Kossuth County f •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••0 ®8&&®0tt®^^ MEN This Year It's Barpaca .NE TRAVIS cond Feature TEXAS- FOR THE BEST ALL YEAR AROUND Overcoat and Here's Why • BAHPACA is a soft but durable mitxurc of Mohair-Alpaca arid Wool. • It's ideal because it's LIGHT IN WEIGHT, yet very warm. • You arc COMFORTABLE yet smartly dressed when you step out of doors in one of the many models we are showing. This remarkable overcoat is full lined it gives that rich, expensive appear- ane. 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