MR. AND MRS. MATT LAUX. WESLEY. IN GOLDEN WEDDING »*Wesl6y.' Mf. and Mrs. Matt ILaw* celebrated their golden weddln* anniversary Sunday, February 7. They were honored by a special cefemohy and ibless!«f by Rev< L. Idelh at the ten, o'cloak ** . . Mary Olson and Paul Havefly attended their grandparents. A three course dinner was served In the parish hall to about 60 relatives. .The tables were .beautifully decorated with gold colored Candles arid candle holders and gold colored nut cups, also bouquets of yellow snapdragons and daffodils. fflb.e centerpiece was a toeoutlfulty decorated wedding cake topped by a miniature .bride and groom. Mrs. Alf Studer and Mrs. George Hanig 'prepared the dinner. Five grand- •xiatightera we're waitresses Florence .and Lucille Olson, Maxliie Seller, Mrs. Ed CInk and Mrs.* Phillip Goetz. They wore gold colored serving aprons." Open house was held in the hall : . from 3 to 5 when many fr.'cnds called and congratulated the honored couple. They were presented with a purse of money. Mr, and Mrs. Laux were married in Gilbert, Iowa, Feb. 6th, BO years ago and have lived In Wesley for WesiejTCreamery Churned 169 Tons of Butter in 1942; Brought $131,368 four daughters Mrs. (Mae) August Qarman, Mrs. (Kate) Tony Seller, Mrs. (Clara) Henry Haverly and Mrs. (Emma) Erwta Olson live here. Out of town relatives who attended the reception were Mr.' and Mrs. Paul Roskopf and Mike Roskopf of Marshalltown. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Roskopf of Melbourn, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Roskopf of Webster City, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Welp and Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Goetz of Bancroft, Clarence Haverly of Dundee,. 111., Florence Olson of Mason City and Bob Pink of Titonka!, also Father (Kjleln 'and Katherine WMliams. .Mrs. Laux wore a shoulder cbr- sage of rosebuds and Mr. Laux ii boutennlere of rosebuds, gifts from Florence Olson and Mrs. Roy Berkland of Mason City. the past 42 years. Mir. (Laux serv- 'tDick" was all right and In "good ed aa maybr for several years. The' spirits. 1 " Prom "First Lady" A letter addressed to Mrs. Betty Paton of Winterset from Mrs. FrankMn D. Roosevelt, made Mrs. Paton very happy. Mrs. Roosevelt had visited Richard Paton In art English hospital on her recent vis'.t there. Mrs. -Roosevelt stated that Wesley: The annual meeting Of, the Farmers' Co-Operative Creamery and locker was held In the Kleinpeter hall Saturday in observance of the societies' 20th year of business. The lunch served to about 600 patrons and stockholders at noon was prepared and served by the directors, employees ami their wives. Tlhe high school band furnished the music during the serving. Jurgen Skow, president of the board since the organization of the society, introduced the members of the board, the employees and wives, manager of the Farmers' Co-Op- eratlve Elevator, Ed Hildman and his wife; Manager of the K. & H. Oil Co., Julius Studer and his wife; Banker Guy M. Butts, mayor and first secretary lof the crebmery, John Hutchison; Attorney Joe Lowe of Algoha and Mr. Lovrein of the extension department of (Ames. They all were seated on the stage while Mr. Skow, Mr. Butts and Mr. Hutchison reviewed the existence of ,the first creameries and of the present one. Two reels of movies were shown. At the business meet- Ing Carl Starquist was elected to the board to replace John Arndorfer who resigned .and moved to Algona. Alf Studer, Jurgen Skow and Bernard Schrauth were re-elected for a term of two years. Oth- UM6ILJOAK YOUR FRIEND 'AT MEALTIME FRIDAY and SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12 and 13 1/3 cup shortening 94 cup milk Butter '.Pure Gooseberry /Preserves OLD FASHIONED GOOSEBERRY SHORTCAKE 2 cups White Loaf Flour 4 teaspoons baking powder % teaspoon salt 1 tablespoon sugar Mix and sift the dry ingredients and work in the shortening with the fingers or a knife. Gradually add enough milk to make a soft dough, mixing with a knife. Toss the dough on to a floured board and tap and roll to one- half inch thickness. Bake iii sheets for a large shortcake. Bake in a very hot oven (450 Deg. to 460 Deg. F.) twelve to fifteen minutes. When done, split into two parts, butter and spread 'Gooseberry Preserves generously between the layers and on the top. Gooseberry Preserves 16 %• 25c Superb PEARS Large, Full Ripe Northwest Bartletts Large No, 2£ can 270 Superb TOMATOES Red Ripe Solid Pack 2 No. 2 cans. 290 5 M;;BARS, Par Pound. .>;,...- .. . .. . .18c GAR WAFERS, Per Pound. . .1.. .19e MACARONI & SPAGHETTI, 2 Pounds 15c SPRY SHORTENING, 3-Lb. Can?. . . .69c FAVORITE ROLLED OATS, S4.b. Bag 27c Dieting? Eat tasty, crundby HOUIY nig. ioc COUNCIL OAK GUARANTEED MEATS Pickle and Pimento Loaf Pound Club Frankfurters Pound I <Sununer Sausage Pound. , f :'.'........ 35 ( Lonetyorn Cfieese /Found .., 32' SIRLOIN STEAK ROUND STEAK, Per Found 390 SHORT CUT STEAK, Per Found 390 SIRJ.OIN ROASTS a*:.........., 37c Frefh Smoked BIG BOLOGNA PER FOUND 220 EAT MORE FISH and • "Share the Meat" 190 250 270 390 SKULJOES, Pound NORTHERN PIKE, Pound ROUND PIKE, Pound ,..«. CODFISH, Pound Wood Box . AMERICA'S WARTIME HELPER * Stretches Meat * Saves Sugar and Shortening . * Saves Time and Work 40-OZ. PKG. BiSQUICK 29c California MISSION FIGS ; Pounds for ... 270 CLAPP'S FOOD Strained, 4 Cans , ,23c Chopped, 4 Cans ........31c Cereal and Instant Oatmeal, LIMA BEANS AND BRAISED PORK CHOPS 2 cups dried Limas 1 onion, sliced iy a Ibs. Pork Chops, (or 4 or 5 chops) Wash Limas; soak 8 hours or overnight in cold water to coyer. Cook in salted water until almost tender; drain, Brown chops and onion in hot fat in Dutch-oven. Pour Limas and their liquor over chops; then lift chops to the top; cover. Reduce heat to simmering; cook until beans and meat are tender and liquid is reduced to consistency of rich, thick gravy, 30 or 40 minutes. More boiling water may be added* Serve in deep platter, top with^ chops. Serves 4 or 5. Large Lima Beans, 2 Ibs. ... ,25c LUX TOILET SOAP 3Cakes ...20c LIFEBUOY TOILET SOAP 3 Cakes . 20c SWAN SOAP CAKE. 10c— 7c LUX FLAKES Small Pkg. ,.,, 10$ Pkg, ,, ,24c RINSO Small Pkg lOc Large Pkg. .., 23c Giant Pkg, .., ,64c 24 Nancy Aw "ENKIOHED" BREAD OUNCE fcOAF , ,, Founds) BREAD Natwe" MA BROWN Wheat 1 5c 'S BUCKWHEAT CAKES «*> , - A - tll !»,M t'i't'l't •* FRUITS & VEGETABLES GRAPEFRUIT Dozen 44c NEW CABBAGE Per Pound Be RUTABAGAS Pound fc •&^ti££&£atuait& er directors are Herman Ostercamp and Theron Hanson-. The financial report showed 337,869 pounds of butter churned last year which was sold for $131,368.80. Net gain on shipped butter was $7318.10 and the gain on butter to local patrons was $1368.36. The locker showed a net profit of $1, 062.07. The creamery and locker each have 250 patrons'. Paul Engen Is buttermaker, H. P. Engen is assistant. Forrest Chrlstensen is manager of the locker, Vincent Daughn is also assistant. Erin, Olson is cream hauler, it was voted to renew the charter of the 20 years and the board of directors, are to make the necessary arrangements. iFather L. N. Klein left Monday for a few weeks at Milwaukee, W!.s. The Leo Reno 'family were Sunday guests at the Albert Reno home. (Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Fox observed their 43rd weddtag anniversary on Sunday. •Vincent Kleinpeter of Minneapolis spent the week end here wltn h!fl family. (Mrs. R. J. Thissen of Algona spent several days last week vis'.t ing Ricke relatives here. (Mrs, Jack Studer visited her daughter, Mrs. Julius Kelch family at Algona Friday. rThe George Long family of Lone Rock were Sunday callers at the Harence Ackerson home. jMr. and Mrs. George Ward and Chandler were Sunday evening vis- tors at the J. L. Studer home. Florence Olson, who :a employed at Mason Cittf, spent the week end at her parental E. M. Olson home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dusold of Ma- 3on City were week end guests ,t their parental John Richter lome. Mr. and Mrs. George Vitzthurn and family were Sunday evening guests at the Gaylon Vitzthum lome. Mrs. J. L. Haverly and Mary Lou visited Mrs,. Haverly's sister, Mrs. Will Becker and family at Algona Friday. |Mr. and Mrs. Joe Meurer and family were Sunday guests at the Armour Lemkee home near Irv- .ngton. Mrs. George Ward spent Friday at the home of her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs Sam Haag, at Algona. •Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Loebig and son of Algona visited at the parental Ed iLoebiig and H. M. Hansen home Sunday. (Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lyons and two children of Algona were Sunday supper guests at their parental Ed Hildman home. •Alf Studer who has been conflnec to his bed Jfor the past three weeks suffering with an attack of, sciatic rheumatism, is improving: * -rnhe,,'Cathol!<j Missionary society MU (meet Wednesday afternoon Feb. 17th. Mrs. 'Henry Sherman and Mrs. <T, |P< IHaupitman -will serve. ' The C. D. of A.'s will meet thai evening. The C. D. of A.'s wil give the St. Joseph choir a .banquel and party Sunday evening in the parish hall. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Haag and two children of Algona were Sunday guests at their parental, George Ward home. The new Haag baby boy has been named Robert Lynn Albert Yegge lately purchased i quarter section of land near Buf falo Center; The Yegge family have liyed_.on the Snyder farm north of town and will continue to farm there this year. Mrs. Julius Kunz returned home Friday evening from Fowler Colo She had .been called there by the illness of her mother, Mrs. John Anderson'! Mrs. Anderson's condl tlon is much Improved. Sunday evening callers at thi Alf Studer home were their two daughters and their families:; Mr and Mrs. Ed 'Downs and two child ren of Titonka and Mr. and Mrs Leo Young of Garner. Mrs. George Ward went to Kan sas Olty, by 'bus Wednesday to vis it her son, J)on and her daughte and son-in-law Mr and Mrs. Ar Nuehring. Don and Art are em ployed in an airplane factory. Mrs;. Al Rlchtfsmeier and two children, Frances and Janice re turned home Friday evening o; bus from Nevada, where she had been with her father, David Cloon in who has been- seriously 411. He is past 97 years old. Clarence Haverly of Dundee, 111, came Saturday for a few days visit at his parental Henry Hav erly home. He attended the gol den wedding anniversary reception for his grandparents, Mr .and Mrs Matt Laux Sunday. Mrs. Chas. Krause went t<j St. Paul Wednesday to make the acquaintance of her first grandchild, a baby girl born to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brooke Saturday, Jan. 30. Mrs. Brooks Is the former Dorothy Kraus. The baby 'has been named Linda Kay. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Erdman and Claus TJjarks returned home Saturday evening from Des Moines, where they attended a 3-day lumbermen's convention. Mr. Erdman is in charge of the Co-Operative lumber yards here and Mr. Tjarks is a director. Names of men now in our armed services have been placed on the honor roll service board erected by the Lions club just east of the Exchange State Bank. More than- 100 names are on with more to be added of boys who have been called lately. Paul Erdman Is redecorating the Interior of the house recently vacated by the Tom McMahon family. Clarence Ward has purchased the home and will move 'in when the work is completed. The Lester Larson family will move to the farm west of town where the Wards now live. 'Fldells Otis, who attends a business college at Mason City, spent the week end here at her parental, Mrs. Mary Otis home. Gertrude Otis is employed at the L. innan law office. She is awaiting her call to the Waves. Gertrude had been employed at the Veterans' hospital in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Braley en- ertained the evening bridge club Sunday. A pot luck lunch was erved at six o'clock. High score prize winners were Mr. Page, Mr [Cunz 'and Dr. Richardson. : Dr Dr and Mrs. R. K. Richardson wil entertain the club Sunday eve ning, Feb. 21st. Mr. and Mrs. John Richter,'Jr. and two children left Monday morn •ng for San Antonio, Texas. Mrs Richter has been suffering sever asthma attacks the past year anr a half so if the Texas climate bene OTTOSEN 4-H CLUB ELECTS OFFICERS 'OR COMING YEAR lOttosen: Tine boya and girls 4-H lubs met at the school house on 'riday night. Miss Hewitt and Mr. Bryson of Humboldt were speakers. The g?.rls elected officers as follows: resident, Phyllis (Hundertmark; ecretary and treasurer!, QLiilUan ramer; historian reporter, Darene Ellingsoh. They have advanc- d clothing with sub-projects of 'oultry, Calves or Victory Gardens, ongs were sung 1 and refreshments erved. Merle Holt has been appointed emporary Iposbmaster since retire- went of G. I. Purdy. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bavender and ihildren were Sunday dinner guests-at the Almea. •Many from the community at- ended the funeral services for Henry Bergum at Bode Wednesday. The Presbyterian- Ladies Aid met Ji the church parlorg Friday afternoon with Mrs. John Starin and itiss Naomi Struthers as hostess- is. The afternoon was spent sewing for the Red Cross. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Movick eir .ertained the Anniversary club on Thursday night. Progressive 500 was played wrth Eugene Movick and Max Clark, Mrs. Eugene Ho- flus, and Roy Telford winning the prizes. The Luther League met at the church Sunday nfght. Devotions were in charge of Rev. Wangberg Topics were (given by Charlotte Tacobson, Virgil Enockson and Evelyn Spiehc. Hymns were also sung. laney had consolation prize. fits her health they will stay fo time. Ruth Richter, R. N from Des Moines accompanied he brother and ifamily. Mr. and Mrs. John Youngwirt are the proud and happy grand parents for the first time as a 7 pound 2 ounce baby girl was bor to Mr. and Mrs. Julius Becker o St. Joe Friday evening in the Mer cy hospital at Fort Dodge. Mrs Becker is. the former 'Doroth Youngwlrth. Mr. and "Mrs. Young wirth went to Fort Dodge Mon day. Mrs. Clarence Nelson entertained the members of her 500 card club and their husbands at her home Sunday evening, Mrs. Vincent Eisenbacher was co-hostess. Lon Gouge won high score prize for men and George Kemper low score prize. Mrs. Lore Gouge won high prtee for ladies and Mrs. Albert Qirard low. Mrs. Gouge and Mrs.' Lawrence Smith will ! enter tain Sunday evening, Feb. 21st. Wesley Movie Has Near Fire Sunday /Wesley: A fire which might have done considerable damage was staged in- the projecting room of the Kleinpeter hall Sunday night as movies were being shown. A number of films were destroyed and considerable damage was done to the projecting room. The alarm was sounded about 8:45 but the fireman used no city water in extinguishing the flre. HOME Furniture For Sale 3 3-piece bedroom sets. 9-pc. dining room set 2-pc. living room set, 3-pc. reed porch set. Other articles as electric stove, electric refrigerator, lamps, radio, studio couch, tables, rugs, desk, sewing machine, porch swing, lawn chairs, and toys. Call day or evening at I. F. Seeman's home at 624 South Jones, Algona, on or befoie February 20. FINAL PLAYOFF Boys' Basketball TOURNAMENT Ledyardvs Whittemore " ...... ' ' '* " """" —•-""••""-- ~"*""" • ..... ""y" ~~" T ~" "™" AlgQim High School Gym, Monday, Feb. 15 . AdroU»i<m; Student*, ISej adult*, Gabardine Raincoat $5.95 Smart rain or sh.'.ne! 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