The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 20, 1934 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 20, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, S«pt 20.1934 OF ANNIVERSARY AT SURPRISE PARTY Friends, Children, Join in Honoring Couple at ) Happy Festival . Mr. and Mrs. John Rleh- ter celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary Friday, aept. 14. not In the usual quiet manner they had pjlanned. but in a real festive celebration M relatives and friends wanted it to be. The Rtchtex* all attended mass held in their honor at the St. Joseph's catholic church at 8 o'clock and upon doing home did intend to observe the day as any other. The children of the family assisted by Mrs. John Hlld- mann and Mrs. Ftank Klessel of Garner, sisters of Mr. Richter and Mrs. Henry Haverly. a friend and neighbor, had invited in a grout* of other relatives and friends, who soon stealthily drove to the Richter home and completely surprised the couole. Each of the families brought food for dinner and stumer and guests numbering 60 remained for the day. Flower bouquets were brotuht in abundance and joyously placed about the house. A bridal party table waa set at which were honored the bride and groom of 35 years wo and seated with them were their two bridesmaids, Mrs. Frank Elsenbarth (Celestlne Ralun) and Mrs. Henry Elscheld (Ames Qarman) and bestmen, George Ferstl and Rudolph Btonert. Following the bouteous meal the couple were presented with a Rift of money, 25 silver dollars which had cleverly been concealed at the bottom of a two part flower vase. They received cfther Mtfta •also including a beautiful set of chinaware. pieces of silverware, flowers and other Klfts. The afternoon was very enjoyably spent in visiting and taking pictures, •nd following the evening meal and darkness, another group met at the home and gave the party a shrieking and howling chraivari. Mr. and Mrs. Richter very generously took the guests of the day and the members of the charivari party to the lodge hall where an impromptu dance was held and everybody had a most happy time. Treats including ice cream and cake were Riven to the guests during the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Richter were married at the St. Benedict church Sept. 14. 1909. by the Rev. Anthony Erdmann. and since the day following have mad*, their home on the one farm they are now oocupTing. They are the parents of nine fine children, namely. Marie, a registered nurse at Algona: Jack, at home: Tnerese. student nurse at Mason City; Hetty, student at the Hamilton Business College at Mason City: Urban, out of high school: Ann. Ruth. Edward and Francis, all at home and still in school. Then are always funny things which happen at surprise parties of this nature, and this one will have to be told on Mr. Rlonter. When he found the Warm and Comfortable COAL It costs you less to heat your house if you buy the right coal. Don't experiment . . . our coal has been tested for years by householders who prefer it above all others. Clean, convenient, economical! Anderson Grain & Coal Co. Phone 308. merry makers had come to stay the day, he decided to change his every day clothes to his "Sunday-go-to- meeting" ones. And lo. and behold did not register in his excitement until nearing the midnight hour, that he was wearing his old. dirty, mud-bespattered shoes. Nothing could be done about it at that hour and place. w> he danced merrily on. with his friends liking him just as much for all of that and all wishing that Mr. and Mrs, Richter might both be.well and happy in coming years to enjoy their diamond wedding celebration. Many From Distance Those from a distance who attended the silver wedding anniversary celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Richter Included Mr. and Mrs. Frank Klessel and family of Garner, Miss Loretta Cortney of Thornton. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Elsenbarth and family of St. Benedict. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Elscheld of Algona. Ferd Young and sons. Rudolph. Joe and Verner and their families of Garner, atod the Frank Ybunas of MT. George Ferstl of St. Benedict. Rudolph Blnert of Forest City, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weber. Martha, and Otto of Springfield. Minn. Mrs. Mae Harris and daughter. Marv were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Giddlngs. Mrs. Kate Kennedy of Algona was a guest at the home of her daughter. Mrs. Alfred Erdmann. Sunday. The Wesley baseball team won with a score of 6 to 5 at a game held on the local diamond with Garner Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. Clayton Johnson and 'amlly spent Sunday here visiting his 'ather. Theodore Johnson at the E. Hutchison home. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Bralev took their daughter. Ethel to Iowa City on Tuesday where she enrolled as a freshman at the University of Iowa. Harold Pommer and Henry Tlarks eft by train Friday evening for Chicago where they are spending this week visiting the World's Fair. Oeorge Hildman and three daughters. Rosella, Beatrice and Mildred). Kit Saturday for Chicago to spend a week or longer with relatives and at- ending the Worlds Fair. Mrs. Michael Schrauth returned to her home in Geneva. Illinois. Saturday following a two weeks' visit here with her son. Bernard Schrath and daughter, Mrs. M. P. Ooetz. Mr. and Mr*. Frank WeUlk ttook their son, Leo, to Orrtaha. Stindav. where he enrolled the fore part of this week at the Creighton University for a continuance of his course in law. The J. T. Meurer family attended a reunion of the Lemkee families at he Call State Park Sunday honoring heir mother. Mrs. Elizabeth Lem- cee, on her 73rd birthday anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward and their voungest daughter. Alice May. left for .heir home at New Underwood. South Dakota. Saturday following a several days' visit here at the home of her mother. Mrs. Nettie Price. Frank Kouba. ST.. spent most of his time at Corwltb last week where he mnaged a grocery store during the absence of his son. Joe and his wife, who look the week oft for a visit to the Century of Progress in Chicago. The babv girl born to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ooeta Friday. Sept. 7. was brought to holy baptism at the St. Joseph's Catholic church Sunday and was christened Lois Marilyn. Mrs. Anthony Johnson and Vincent Cruise were her sDonson. Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Hutchison and Verla Mae spent Sunday at the Barold Price and LeRov Johnson homes In Mason City and during the afternoon drove on to Rockford where they brought flowers to and visited their mother's grave. Miss Florence Hllbert is being employed at the Joe Ooetz home, Mrs. Anthony Johnson having returned to her own home Sunday following ten days nursing and duties at the Ooetz home where a new babv was welcomed wo weeks ago. Axel Carlson. E3 8toll. 8. H. Strilev. Wm. Ward. Clarence Ward. Henrv Schore. Oliver Young and George Hir- rver left Monday morning for the deeo blue lakes of northern Minnesota, where this week they are having their annual fishing vacation. Mrs. Carl Franzen. Mrs. John Ames- JUTV and Mrs. W. W. Sturdivant entertained a group of friends at the Sturdivant home Thursday afternoon honoring Mrs. J. E. Gleaaon of Mound City. Illinois, who is here visiting her slater, Mrs. Guy M. Butts. Mlu Margaret Loon left Friday evening on the Sioux for Louisville. Kentucky, where she reported the middle of tills week tor her duties as instructor in foods and nutrition in the home conomic* department at the Ward- Belmont, an exclusive school for girls. Mrs. Julius Kunz entertained the members of her bridge club Thursday afternoon and invited in extra guests to make up a fourth table. Others besides the members prc*tnt were Miss Margaret boo*. Miss BUhel Bralev. Mrs. Emil Wester and Mrs. Alfred Erdmann. Mrs. Emil Wester and Mrs. Peter E. Skow visited at the home of Mrs. David Johnson at Corwith one day last week. Mra. Johnson brought back friendly greetings from Mr. Kiilsholm to his many friends In Weskv. having visited their home in Denmark while there during the summer months. 5c to $1.00 CUMMING'S 5c to $1.00 New Things --- Special Values New Scarfs Ascot or Bias Cut 49c New Knit Sweater Blouses $1.00 Special Old fashioned Chocolate Creams 1Q C pound Ni-w Savage Lip Stick-Powder 20c each New Tuck Style 2-pieee Pajamas $1.00 Special Marshmalitiw Peuuut Bar.s, .'{ for lOc $1.00 CUMMING'S - Wliere Volt Can Find Just What You Want Mrs. ]>o Blelch and Mrs. I. A. Oer- des are jointly onmnblnir a trouo of Blue Bird Kins,* junior organization of the Camp Fire girls. Then* first meeting was held Tuesday evening after school and was and will be open for a time to any girl between the ag«s of six and twelve who would like to join. Miss Hetty Richter and friend. Miss Loretta Cortner returned Sunday night to Mason City to resume their work at the Kandltoti University haying attended the sUrer wedding anniversary of the parents of Hetty. Marie and Therese Richter returned to their nursing work at Algona and Mason City Saturday morning. The Royal Neighbor lodge with the aid of a producing company are sponsoring a play 'Miss Prosperity on Par- Ad«" which will be given the latter part of this week at the Kteinoeter hall. The ifour women having die principal parts include Mrs. Edith Ward, Mrs. John Ormsby. Miss Ida Young and Mrs. Ve« Mullln. The annual meeting of the Methodist Sunday School officers was held at the K. R. Rowley home Wednesday night. Officers were elected with Supt. K. R. Rowley as superintendent: assistant, B. Franzen, secretary. Donald Kraus: treasurer, Mrs. H. M. Hanson: librarian, Johnnette Looft: cradle roll superintendent, Mra. A. M. Lease. H. H. Flom and son, Halvor. Jr., re- :urned last week from Kellogg where they had been for several weeks doing carpenter work for the Federal Surety company having completed their work lear Davenport before going to Kel- ofcg. They are expecting to leave with- n a short time for Mason CHv where they will be employed by the samel company. The Methodist Ladies' Aid enjoyed a pot luck lunch and meeting at the church parlors Wednesday and among other things elected officers for the coming year. All voted the old officers were fine and were all reeJected to hold over with Mrs. Arlo Dawson as president, Mrs. Robert Welter, vio? president, Mrs. Vee MuUin, secretary. nd Mrs. A. M. Lease, treasurer. Vlrs. Glen Strayer Hostess to Cresco Mothers, Daughters Cresco: The Mothers and Daughters club was entertained last week Wednesday by Mrs. Olen Straver in Algona. Fifteen were present for roll call and reports of the vear and plans or the new year were given. The new officers were in charge as folows: president, Mrs. D. D. Sparks: vice president. Mrs. F. L. Miller; secretary and treasurer. Mrs. Will Runchey: assistant, Mrs. WUma Strayer: pianist. Mrs. D. S. Wlldln; assistant. Mrs. W. I/. Martin: calendar commlt- ee, Mesdamea J. F. Kelly, E. O. Pater and D. S. Wildin: flower committee. Mesdames W. L. Martin. Robert Runchey and F. L. Miller: captains. Aesdames O. S. Moore and Fred Parks. The next meeting is to be Sept. 39th with Mrs. M. L. Dutton. A. J. Brown Is reported as recovering from his recent illness. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Parks and the Fred Oelgels were at Pilot Knob Sunday. Margaret Brasee visited vttth her aunt, Mrs, George Hahle from Friday night until Sunday. Alice, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. D. sparks is taking eighth grade in Algona school. Charles Hirers reached home Saturday from the Century of Progre» in Chicago and visiting relatives at Fairbury, HI. Wm. Fletcher, a patient for three years at the county home, died a week ago Sunday. Burial was Tuesday at Swea City. Mrs. Ed Wlldln and sons. Chester and D. S. and wife and son. Leslie spent Sunday at the Ben Cantell home in Emmetsburg. Mrs. Alice Wilkins visited Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Wlllard Oregson in Algona who is recovering from a six weeks' illness. Mrs. Thatcher of Paulina, came wo weeks ago and will make an extended visit at. the home of her nephew. J. r. Kelly. The George Brazee family visited Sunday at the Will Martin home in Algona and called at the Wilbur Zeiger home at Plum Creek. Clifford Worster of Des Molnes and "has. Llndhorst spent Sunday evening with Dolph Miller. Clifford has recovered from his recent auto accident injuries. Mr. and Mrs. John Kenning and the [/outs Oermann family, the Fred Scho- bys and Mrs. Oeorge Batt were among those at the Clay county fair at Soen. oer Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Greenfield and Mrs. Will Runchev and Mary visited Saturday at the John Ulfers home north of Fenton. John's five sisters of Falrbury. 111., and two half-slaters and brother. Peter and families were also present. Mr. and Mrs. Will Rufechev antt Mr. and Mrs. Will Greenfield also the John Ulfera family of Fenton were at Manaon on Thursday attending the funeral of John's half-ulster, Mrs. Charles Morris. The Morris family has visited here many times. There are five aLstera of Fairburv. Illinois who were here for the funeral, also three half-sl&ters and a half-brother. Peter Ulfers and families. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Dutton and VI vian. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McArthur. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Pierce. Mr. Mrs. Ira Dutton and children. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Duttoti and daughters, Hazel and Dofcuia Jean and > Glen TVeter. aUo Mrs. Kopocn and Prank Koppen and Charles McDonald of Al- Kona were at the Joe KoDtvn home in Livermore Thursday evening at a birthday " party. Joe and daughter, Eleanor, Melvin. Ira and Milton all had birthdays in September. Dell Goddard, Former Algona Girl, Dies in West Friends of the Goddard family, pio- vrs of Koibuth county, will remember that there wert three children, Oell, Lo and Bert. Dtll married Fred Anderson and lived in Algona for some time, 4m«r moving to Bancroft about the time her slater Lo, Mra. Charles Morehouse and her brother, Bert, who married Eva Cady, located tht-re. Word hai been received of tr.t death of Mrs. Anderson in California where the family moved tevt-ral year;; ago. From Bancroft the family moved io Swak- dale and later to southern California where Mr. Anderson continued his building and contract bu6ini;so Mrs Anderson hafl betn In poor health lor some time. She is survived by her husband and Uinec children all of whom art- living in the west and her sister, Mrs. Morehouse of Seattle. Washington and brother. Btrt, who is still living at. Bancroft. LUVERNE SCHOOL CLASSES ELECT OFFICERS; TEACHERS Many Club Activities Under Way, Promise Full Fall and Winter . «e«vties now — \n fun awing. The class officers have been elected as follows, senior class- president, Grant! Jennings, Jr. vice president. Vernon Lang, secretary. Morris Farredl, flrfetfeuter. DtfotbV Lund, sponsor. Miss Obrrine Jackman: Junior class—president, Doris Gem-ion; vice president. Ethel Bowman, secretary and treasurer, Richard Wermer- sen, sponsor. Miss Van Patten: sophomore class—president, Bobby Smith, vice president. Earl Hanselman. secretary and treasurer, Ruth Heal, sponsor, Wtllard Langerak: freshmen class —president, Marine Smith, vice president. Phil Lichty. secretary and treasurer. Phyllis Lichty. sponsor. Fred Ora- lam. Officers elected for the orchestra were president Vernon Lang, secretary, Phyllis Lichty, director. WUlard Langerak. Miss Ruth Smith will be director for the girls' glee club. Mrs. Peter Thompson. Mrs. Alexander and Mrs. W. F. Godfrey were the hostesses to the Aid Circle Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs, Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Phillip* attended the Clay county fair Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. F. I. chapman. Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Chapman and sons were are! Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Colwell in Algona. The Lutheran church held their mission festival Sunday. German services were held in the morning by Rev. Flene of Lotto creek. In the afternoon English services were held by Rev. Btahmer of Fairville. The Curran famly held a reunion at the Call State Park Sunday. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dimler, Mrs. Northrop. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rardcopf and family. Artie Curran and son of LuVerne. Mrs.. A. M. Curran, Mrs. Harry Curran and her children of Naytahwaush. Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. McDougal of International Falls. Ruby and Edith Curran of Porest City, Mrs. Tom Clement, Mrs. Bob Clement of Hettlnger. North Dakota. La Verne Nine Wins The Vernon baseball team played the LuVerne team here Friday and was defeated 3 to 4 by LuVerne. Richard W«rmersen had the misfortune to break his little finger while playing in this game. School Teachers' Reception The Progressive, Tuesday, and J. J. clubs tendered a reception Friday evening to the new school teachers hi the school gymnasium. There was a very large attendance to make the acquaintance of the new teachers and renew their friendship with those of last year's faculty who are here again this year. A fine program was given as follows: piano solo. Mrs. Ray Stone: reading by Mrs. Harold Phillips: music by the Ramus and Hoenner stringed orchestra: a two act playlet by Mrs. Chas. Wolf. Mrs. L. Eustace and Mrs. Max Block: the welcome address was given by Rev. David Lang and was responded to by Supt. Alex Evans. The new teachers were Initiated by Supt. Evans. Fred Graham and Miss Ruth Smith. Wafers and punch was served. J. J. Club Meeting The J. J. club held their first meet- ng of the year Friday afternoon with Mrs. Chas. Wolf. The meeting wafe called to order by the new president. Mrs. Lola Zentner. A vocal solo was given by Mrs. Gertrude Hefti: piano solo by Mrs. Uda Dehnert: poem. "Old Friends." by Mrs. Pare Lichty: a paper on "Our Club and What It Should an to Us" was read by Mrs. Eleanor Eusta.c. Mrs. Lucille Ooetseh. a former member of the club waa reinstated. Mra. MIKer WM Hostew The Tuesday club met. at ttie home of Mrs. Vim. Miller with a very good attendance. Miss Louise Coleman and Mrs. Wilma Masher were guests. Mlu Florence Hof. the new president for this vear. took charge of the program. The hostess was assisted in serving lunch by Mrs. Wilma Masher and Mrs. Alex Evans. Scott Banna is very ill at this time. Mrs. Bishop went to Ames Saturday to visit her mother. A baby gin was born Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schneider. A new 15-ton scale has been installed at the Sanford & Lindebak elevator. Mrs. Mike Stripling was hostess to the Lutheran Aid society Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John Voss. Jr.. have returned from a visit at various points in Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sorensen are enjoying two weeks of Ashing in northern Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Godfrey and daughters spent Sunday at the M. J. Godfrey home in Chapln. Bill Blgginga and Oeorge Ristau have been doing come extensive repair work at the Ernest Wolto farm. Mr. and Mrs. Bmil Anderson and daughter, Eleanor were week end visitors with relatives in Stratford. The Missionary society of the Evangelical church met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Barbara Blumer. The Good Will club met Friday with Mrs. Arthur Krause and Mlu Emma Krauae em assistant. Refre&hmenu were served. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Meyer and daughter. Phyllis of North Dakota, are visiting the Henry Kublv home and with other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Frank DevlU took Mr. Devttt's mother to her home in Ohio last week after an extended visit here at the home of her son. Mrs. Wm. Ellis returned home Saturday from Lombard. 111., where she waa called by the illness of her daughter, Alice. She la recovering raoldlv GroM Family Has Reunion at Carl Albright's Sunday Plum Creek: A reunion of the Gross family was held Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Albright. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Gross and family of Rockford. Mr. and Mrs. fernon Knock of Rockford. Mr. and tfrs. Henry -' Wlbben ot Albert Lea. Minn, the Lloyd and Vem Gross families of Union township, Ceph Gross family of Lone Rock neighborhood. Mr. and Mrs. John Gross and family and Ival Gross, who lives here. A cafeteria dinner waa provided by the hostess and guests and Mrs. Albright served home made ice cream to the crowd before tbey left for their respective homes. Miss Hildman of Wesley, an aunt of Mrs. Robert Kain is spending some Ime with her helping care for the twins. Mrs. Art Haag Is reported ill from an attack of gall stones. Tin* Leek is belping with the housework at the Haag home. Amorto those who attended the Clay county fair at Spencer were the T. R. Pickardo. Roscoe Mawdsleys. the Earl Crouch family. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Metager, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Altwegg and perhaps others. Mystery of the High HceU! Head the stud Uuubual Solution to thia Qu tr in the American Weekly, tbe I*t,tj-ifcuUd Witt Next I1uc«go Herald and Ex- USED CARS 1933 Chev. coach 1933 Chev. coupe 1930 Ford tudor 1928 Ford tudor 1929 Dodge sedan 28 International long wheel base truck. KENT Motor Co, Algona Ford Dealer ST. BENEDICT NEWS Mr. and Mrs. John Orandgenett •pent Sunday with relatives at BU James. Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kramer of Fairmont. Minn., spent last Friday with the former's brother. Rev. H. B. Kramer. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Olnk attended the funeral servicea on Saturday morning of Mrs John OoedderU at Algona. Mrs. ROM Arndorfer. son Herbert and daughter. Mrs. A. J. Fehr were business callers at Algona Monday afternoon. Bernard Arndorfer who has been employed at the Otto Beekman home the past two weeks, returned to his £ome Wednesday. Mrs. J. L. Raskopf. Mrs. N. H. Raskopf. and Mrs. J. O. Downs and her MONEY To build, refinance or remodel Koasuth County homes on our easy monthly payment olan. See us today. The Algona Building & Loan Ass'n daughter. Marcla Ann, were shoppers at Algona last Friday. Miss Lorraine Huschka, who Is employed at Wesley spent Sunday afternoon with her grandmother, tfn. Anna Husehka, and her sister Louisa. Chris Joseph. Shirley Rose and Virginia Agnes Miller, children of Mr. and Mrs. Leo MHer of Plan Creek, spent the week end with their grandmother. Mrs. ROM Arndorfer. Mr and Mrs. frank Elsenbarth attended the 38th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. John Richter of Wesley last Friday. Mrs. Elsenbarth was Mrs, RicWWs bridesmaid 38 years ago. Mra. C. L. Dittmcr Service* at Burt Good Rope: Rose Morgan was born April ai, 18W, near Oreelev. Delaware county, Iowa, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arle Morgan and died at her lorae near Bun, Wednesday. Sept. 12. being conlned to her bed but ten days. On March 10, 1894. she was united n marriage to Charles L. Oittmer of Cotosburg. and they located on a farm near that city, where they resided until 1890 when they moved to Kossuth county and have since lived on the farm in Good Hope community where the deceased spent her las* days. To this union were born five children. Gladys Marie, now Mrs. Lyle Morris of Northpost. N. T.. Grace Murial who died In infancy, Arie Joyce. Lawrence Charles and Leonard Nelson. An adopted daughter. Rose Manruer- te. also died in infancy In 1910. Another boy. an orphan was also a member of the family and for fourteen years was cared for by the Dittmers as their own son. In addition to the bereaved husband and the surviving children all of whom were present during her last moments the deceased la survived by two sisters. Miss Phoebe Morgan. Sheldon. Mrs. Bond. Hartlngton. Nebraska, a brother Clarence Morgan of Ames. Iowa, and a large number of more distant relatives. The loss to he community through, her pasting is immeasurable. Services were held at the Burt M. E. church Saturday afternoon at two o'clock her pastor. Rev. Allen Wood officiating. Rev. C. B. Mitchell, former Good Hope pastor assisted. Music was furnished by the Mimes Dorothy and Viola Smith. O. B. Chioman and Alen Wood. Interment was made in Burt cemetery. C. S. Johnson's Friday-Saturday Specials Beef Shanks, Ib 6c Tender Boaath lie Boiling Beef lOc Veal Outlets 25c T-bone Steaks 23c Home Made Hamburger, 2 Ibs 25c Home Brand, 2% size 1 can Peaches All 1 can Apricots for 1 can Pineapple _.69e Maple-cane syrup 10-25c 5 Ibs. Dark Karo __26c Pancake Flour 19c 5 Ibs. Corn Meal __16c 3 cans Tomato Soup 21c 3 cans Salmon 38c 3 cans Corn 24c 2 cans Kraut 19c 2 oval cans Sardines 16c 5 cans oil Sardines 19c Fresh Crackers 21c Oasydol 19c Gold Dust 16c Fresh Celery 8c Folger's Coffee, 2 Ib 63c TEBMSCASH Read The Want Ada—It Pays. The Algona Hotel Sunday Dinner Menu For lefattcQr dtata* wtth pmr friend*. mm anmciato tfafc spot FMlUeM Mr. vfee, exceOeat eriMn*. » bright, g»y »*• fat «w dtntnr room. 50c » SUNDAY DINNER * 50e Tomato Juice Manhattan or Soup: Puree St. Germain Select Baltimore Oysters, Saute-Tartare Sauce Spring Chicken— Fried Country Style Boast Loin of Pork—Fresh Apple Sauce Eggs — Benedict Candied Sweet Potatoes or Whipped Potatoes Creamed Cauliflower or Pinapple-Cheese Salad Hot Bolls Pecan Pic, Whipped Cream ,, Green Apple Pie, Cheese Cream Cup Custard Fruit Jello a la Mode Fresh Peach Parfait Coffee Tea Iced Tea Milk HOTEL ALGONA NITE CLUB 852, Orchestra for Every Saturday Night aaxttaxiKeoaXQxax^^ The Choice of America*s Good Cooks BEAUTIFUL IT IS, TO BE SURE Full enamel finishes . . • White or Ivory-Tan or Nite-Oreen . . . the pride of the kitchen. But the reason good cooks prefer the MONARCH Is that they can depend on it for perfect baking . . . not only when it is new, but for many, many years. When YOU buy a new range, remember that the need for strength, durability and permanently tight Joints is just ae important today as it was long years ago, before enamel ranges were thought ot. These qualities are built into the MONARCH jtut as they always nave been. Unbreakable malleable iron, hand riveted Joints and Vitrifused flue linings to realm rust all are there, underneath that beautiful enamel body. Some folks think it is economy to forego the pleasure of a new MONARCH Range and do not realize that it is rank extravagance to keep on using a leaky, fuel-wasting old stove. Think this over. Then let us tell you more about tnt* mod- era cooking device. As your MONARCH dealer we will be glad to explain all about it. RANGE Kohlhaas & Spilles

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