The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 5, 1934 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moinea, Algona, Iowa, April 6,1934 "TAKEN FOR RIDE", LUVERNE WOMAN RETURNS TO HND SURPRISE PARTY Mr. and Mrs. Dick Wenner- sen's Friends Help Celebrate 25th Anniversary LuVerne: Friends took Mrs. Dick Wertnersen to Algona Thursday afternoon. On arriving home she was pleasantly surprised to find several couples there to help her and Mr. Wermersen celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary. A 6:30 dinner was served and afterward a social time was enjoyed. A mock wedding took place, Mrs. Permilla LicWty being the groom, Mrs. Kate Burtls the bride and Mrs. Faye lAflity the minister. The rest of the evening was spent in playing rook. Mrs. Vera Ratnus won high score, Harry IJchty low score and Mrs. L. Pearson, the travel prize. Zentaetfc Honored by Chib Mr. and Mrs. IJoyd Zentner were surprised Thursday evening when the J.. P. P. club came to help them cele- trate their eleventh wedding anniversary. Rook was played at six tables. Mrs. Cecil •Williams, Clarence Green, IJoyd Zentner, Mrs. Elmer Green, John Parrell and Mrs. Lloyd nigh and low scores. Mrs. FarreU Entertains The J. J. dub met with Mrs. John Parrell Friday with eleven members present. Parliamentary laws were in afcswer to ttie roll call. A discussion was held on "Should Women How Poli- Office." Mrs. Delia Miller had A dainty charge of the social hour, lunch was served. Tuesday Cltrb Meets The Tuesday club met at the home of Mrs. W. F. Godfrey Tuesday. Fifteen members and two guests were present. The topic for the afternoon Was Iowa products. A paper was read on Iowa food products by Miss Helen Kuebter. Mrs. DeRae Godfrey. Miss Ruby Godfrey and Vera Biglng assisted in serving refreshments. Mrs. .Gregory Is visiting relatives in Rutland this week. Sid Grant is recovering from an attack of the pneumonia. Ifrnest, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pergande, Is ill with pneumonia. Mrs. T. L. Williams and Mrs. ZJoyd The Girl Scouts held a backward party at the community hall Thursday evening. Maxlne and Bob Smith served refreshments. Miss Ursula. Troutman and Jimmy Troutman of Woodward visited their sister and husband last week, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Meyer. The Bpworth I/eague held a party at the community hall Wednesday even- Ing. Mrs. Harold Phillips and Forest Raney served refreshments. Mrs. Sanford, who has been visiting her daughters and son and their families for several weeks, returned to her home In Ellsworth Tuesday. Zentner were visiting relatives in Otho last week. Leonard Henderson, who is attending Drake University, was home over Easter Sunday. Miss Jeane Jennings, who is attending school at Boone spent last week at the parental home. Rev. Lelnback of Belmond delivered the sermon Sunday morning at the Presbyterian church. Carl Lang, attending school at Le- Mara, was at the home of his parents, Rev. and Mrs. David Lang. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Anderson and family ot Alt* were Easter guests at the parental John Smith home Addie Thompson, who has been visiting at the home of her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Thompson for several weeks, returned home Thursday. The cantata, "From Gethsemane to Calvary" put on In the M. E. church Sunday evening by the choirs of the three churches was well attended and very much enjoyed. Milo Gardner, who has ben visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Gardner, the past few weeks, leaves this week for Wartrace, Tenn., where he will practice dentistry. Lois Irene, small daughter of Mr. _ and Mrs. Mike Hlntz was baptlaed at Zentner "won the Lutheran church services Sunday morning. Sponsors were Mrs. B. J. Blumcr and Albert Pergande. Dwlght, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sorensen, and Marie, Pfiarle, Eddie, and Georgia Mae, children of Mrs. Bcrlbner, were baptized at the morning services in the M. E. church Sunday. Miss Betty Holdcroft and Wesley Baddeley, who are attending Morningside College in Sioux City were home over Easter. They returned to Sioux City Monday. Miss Doris Baddeley, who is teaching at Pocahontas, was also at the parental Rev. Baddeley home. Next Union M.-D. Club Meeting Is Scheduled April 12 Union: The Mothers and Daughters club's evening meeting in charge of the young people to be held at Good Hope last Thursday evening was postponed on account of the snow and sleet. At this writing a date has not been decided upon. However, the committee in charge will notify the members as to when It will be heW. The next regular meeting of the club Higgins of Fort Dodge !• visiting this week with her grandmother, Mrs. Harry Von Draska. Mrt. Phil Lichty and Miss Grace IJchty were hostesses to the M. E Ladies' Aid Wednesday at the community hall. Mr. Gardner Here is your chance to buy quality garden tools at no advance in price over a year ago. Lawn Bakes, QC. 24 inch wire OJL Garden Rakes Malleable head, quality handles 85c and $1.00 Garden Hoes 66c 85c Spade Fork, 4 tine, bent handl Lawn Grass Seed bulk, per pound __ Garden Sets, I.J piece 2 trowels and 1 rake Garden Seeds of all kiiid.s. Package and bulk. 10 qt. galv. pails __20c 12 qt. galv. pails __25c Kohlhaas&Spilles will be held as scheduled April 12th with election of officers. Mesdames Mary Ward and Cora Reid will be the hostesses. The Ben Gould family spent Sunday at the Jens Sorenson home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Metllle attended a dance at Corwlth Monday evening. Mrs. Chris Knudsen spent two days at Iowa City last week in charge of a patient. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Will are entertaining then- neighbors at cards this evening. Kathryn Bode is spending two weeks with her aunt. Mrs. William Ryno at Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. John Lamuth of Algona entertained the Louis Bode family at dinner Sunday in honor of Mrs. Bode's birthday anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Keefe and two daughters of Winnebago, Minn., visited from Friday night until Sunday at the home of Leo's mother, Mrs. Mary Keefe. CHANCE THEIR- POSITION AM GRfW N£AJt£K- THE EYE WITH ADVANCING AGE TXf&r SWEEPERS IN LEIPZIG* GERMANY WEAK. WA/WtNG RED AfFLFCrtWS MSJfNED 70 THEIR.ANKLES \JTANTHONY LIVED TO THE AGE OF /OS YEAKS OH/Z OZ. OP BREAD AHO we/OHS ABOUT QO POUNDS THE WEEKLY RECORD WEATHER Max. Mtn. March 28, trace of rain —..42 21 March 29, 32 inch rain and Inch snow on ground 41 March 30, 12 inch snow, 1.73 inch melted snow 29 March 31 33 April 1 43 April 2 52 April 3, .97 in. rain jood $1.00 1.00 LOCAL NEWS Sa&Q&o^xf&s^^ Mrs. Jalckson of Hampton arrived here Sunday f<jr_a visit with her daughters, Ruth Jackson, teacher here and Mrs. Abner Long. Mrs. Jackson plans to Uay three or tour weeks. Mr. and Mrs. jr. F. Overmyer drove o Oskaloosa last week end and re- urned with their daughter, June Adelle who teaches there and who is spend- ng this week's vacation here. Mr. and Mrs. Overmyer were accompanied b Miss Minnie J. Coate and Miss Lucia Wallace as far as Mason City where the latter will visit her sister this week and return home with the Overmyers after UVy have taken June Adelle back. .55 28 19 17 30 32 37 ;orn, Oats ALGONA MARKETS 2 white $.33 2 yellow .33% 2 mixed .33 34% Hoc*-Sows Medium weight, 200-260 $3.60 Butchers, 260-300 3.50 Prime butchers, 300-300 3.40 Packing Sows, 300-350 2.80 Packing Sows, 350-450 2.70 Packing Sows, 450-500 2.60 Leight weight, 140 240-2.75 Leight weight, 160 3.00 Light weight, 180 3.25-3.40 Cattle Canners and cutters $1.00-$1.75 Fat cows $2.00-$2.50 Calves $3.00-$4.00 Fat Steers .$4.00-.. 5.00 Stock steers $2.50-$3.50 Bulls $1.50-$2.25 Yearlings $3.00-$4.00 Cream 20c Poultry Hens, large breeds lOc Leghorn hens 9c Heavy breed stags 7c Leghorn stags 5c Roosters 4c No. 1 No. 2 .He .10c Koasuth Hospital News Mrs. Archie Dodds underwent a major operation Wednesday evening. Gene Davis and Emnvett Smith of Henry Field's Famous Seeds are now available at your Gamble Store. See these quality seeds that will save you money. We also carry a line of Field's nursery stock and garden seeds. Good seeds are moving fast. Buy yours Now. —Gamble Stare, Algona. 14 For An Extra fiood Koa.st at Small Price (Jo to Long's FOOD SHOP ! i ; ij BEARINGS Wi- solve your problem on bearings for tractors, trucks, and passenger cars. We carry a lar^e supply of timpkin roller bearings and iH'W-departuiv ball bearings. We save you '50 to 40 per rent. Joe Greenberg 118 Algona, Iowa. •! ^AAA^^ Humboldt, South Dakota entered Wednesday evening because of cuts and bruises suffered in an accident. A baby boy, named Eugene, was born to Mrs. Jim Love of Algona Thursday. Mrs. L. F. Griffin of Algona under* went a major operatljQ Thursday. Herbert French of Algona entered the lospltaJ, suffering from pneumonia, on Monday night. Durwood Potter of Algona entered Monday for medical treatment. Harry Deibler of Algona entered for surgical treatment yesterday. General Hospital News Monday. April 3, Eda Baas of West Bend entered for medical treatment. Wednesday, April, Nelda Volentln* of Burt had her tonsils removed. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED Lawrence Stripling, Sherbume, Minn., and George Blow, Armstrong, March 28. Herman Becker, Bode, and Laura HUbert, Bode, March 30. Lawrence Brown, Algona, and WU- ma Pate, Algona. March 30. Adolph Austen, Crystal Lalce>''aiid Hllma Mikkelson, Crystal Lake, MihJi. March 31. •••'•' Martin Vollmer. Bode, and Lorena Stattteman, Ottosen, Iowa, March 31. NEW CARS LICENSED Carl Bahling, Burt, Chevrolet coach. Iowa Concrete Co., Ames, Chevrolet sedan. Alf Studer, Wesley, Chevrolet truck. Marie Wehler, Algona, Ford coupe. Edward Priebe, Fenton, Chevrolet coach. S. H. Kla&sle, Algona, Buick sedan. John Frankl. Algona, Buick coupe. Milton Welsbrod, Fenton, Chevrolet coach. W. E. Hawcott, Algona, Dodge sedan. Lester Paulson, Algona, Ford truck. H. A. Patterson, Algona, Ford truck. Dean Andrews, Algona, Ford coupe. Frank Bestenlehner, Whlttemore, Chevrolet iedan. West Bend Entered Five Event* in Music Contest Last Week West Bend: West Bend entered five events In the state music contest held at Rolfe Friday and Saturday. Florence Foley. Rickie Sander and Irene Mikes, trio in girls' small vocal group, Florence and Irene hi solos, Sena Miller, trumpet solo and Jintmie walker, violin solo. None of them won flrat places but this was fine experience for them. Misses Margaret Hayne and Cotetta Cunningham -were their accompanists. Miss Cloyoe Hasbrook and Mrs. George Foley accompanied them to Rolfe. Classified Ads For Sale FOR SALE—Modern 8-roOm house Good location. Very reasonable, call this office. 14- FOR SALE—German peat moss $2 50 per full bale. Chick starter $2.00 per cwt., feeder free.—Algona F10!ir and !•>«! Co. l-i-15 FOR SALE—Console victrola, also many records. 507-J. Reasonable pric;. Phone 14 FOR SALE—1929 Pontiac Coach.- AJgona Auto Market. West of Court House. 14 FOR SALE—Home grown red clover seed.—Henry Eischeid. Phone 24F12. 13-H FOR SALE—Manchu soy beans; mini j>oy beans; white blossom seed clover. —S. G. Keagle, Titonka, Iowa. 11-16* FOR SALE—1931 Ford coupe Algona. Auto Market. West of Court House. 14 FOR SALE—Red clover sted.—Ross Calhoun. 4F11, Algona. il-tf Seed Corn is going. Old customers are ordering. Send postal lor circular. Special prices in quantities. Two good Duroc brood sows for April far- row.—A. C. Carlisle, % mile east of Whitt.more. !*• FOR SALE—1926 Chevrolet coach.— Algoua Auto Market. West of Cour* House. 14 FOR SALE—A few new, all porcelain, coal ranges. While they last $8950.—Bjuitrom's. fl-tf Save that cream with a Vega separator. Users biggest boosters. Medium size, $77.50, Terms—BJustrom's, Algona, jowa. 3-t/ Miscellaneous FREE estimates on all carpenter and building work.—Geo. L. Miller, Phone 109, Algona. 14 A new service. Henry Field's nursery stock, field seeds and garden seeds right here for your selection. Don't wait. Buy Field's famous quality while prices are still reasonable.—Gamble Stores, AJgoha. 14 Lost-Found LOST—19x4.75 tire and riin between Algona and Wesley. Notify Edmund Loebig, Swift Station, Algona for reward. 14 Wanted WANTED—Woman to care for young baby. Must stay nights. Personal application necessary.—Mrs. Paul Trauger, Kossuth hospital. 14 WANTED—Four furnished rooms famished house or unfurnished house by April 1, or soon after. Call A. A. Lyons. 304-W. 13* Typewriter ribbons M thia ofllc*. STEWflRT WARNER ff»w-Typ» REFRIGERATOR Now on Display at SHIRLEY RADIO SERVICE Phone 44 116 S. Dodge Moines Mr. and Mrs. Milton Woito moved their household goods into the Martha Starin cottage, Saturday. Dr. and Mrs. I. J. Weber drove to Omaha Thursday to spend the Easter tide with relatives and friends. Ray Miller of Port Dodge Is spending his vacation at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Miller. Lute Riley of Llvermore spent the past week with his brothers, Oscar and Lyman Rlley at the Wm. Rlley home. Miss Madeline Snook of Mallard is visiting In the home of her sister, Mrs. Fred Hoffert. Miss Gezina Schutter, who attends Coe College, spent the past week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Schutter. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Johnson of Plover spent Sunday at the Emerson-Poley home and attended the cantata at the Presbyterian church. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. deal .and family of Rolfe spent Sunday at the home of | their daughter, Mrs. Myron Boos. Mr. and Mrs. Harve Dalley and their children of Algona spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Schutter. Geraldlne Hoskin returned to Carroll Sunday evening, where she is attending high school, after her vacation, spent with her mother, Mrs. Justlna Hoskin. Await Jurgens was called to Secor, Illinois, Tuesday by the sudden death of his brother, following a stroke. He and Mrs. Jurgens left for that place Wednesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Brown and lona Williams of Mason City spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Anderegg. lona remained for a longer visit during feer spring vacation from high school. The Easter cantata, "King and Glory" was presented by the Presbyterian choir at the church Sunday ev- ening. Mrs. Carl Vohs Is the and she alsa gave "The BolyCby "on. the violin. Miss Mildred tmbbs was the- pianist. Miss Grace Whltford and Alvfti Maberry and his friend, Harvey Morrison of Mew York, all Morningslde College students, spent the spring vacation at their homes here. Rev. F. w. Whltford took them to Sioux City on Monday. Mr and Mrs. J. C. Scurr accompanied, by Benton Carter, Roland Watson, Paul Harms, Donald Jacobs, Orville Puchsen and Fred Kucker drove to Sioux City- Saturday where they spent the dajr sightseeing the Sioux City stockyards, and other places of interest. The Bay View club met at the home- of Mrs. Prank Poley, Tuesday, in place' of Mrs. McCreary. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. C. E. Groves. Mrs. Hattte Jacobs read a very interesting paper on "Our Vftn- ishing Wild Flowers". Mrs. P. W. Wnw_ ford reviewed the book, "I Follow the- Road." which proved to be very Inter* esting. The entertainment was furnished by Mrs/Jacobs. The dub adjourtetS to meet with Mrs. Sue Watson, Aprlfe 10th. Scotties GUARANTEED MINERAL CRYSTALS From Mineral Wells, Texas. $1.50 value for $l~Why Pay More? Lusby's Drag Store Extra Special Cans No. 10 Fruits One^each of the following: Red Cherries, Blackberries, Pears, Peaches, Apricots and Prunes. 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