The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 19, 1936 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 19, 1936
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R.J.CAMPBEUS OF SENECA WED FOR 25 YEARS Surprised by Frtends on the Occasion Last Wednesday Th» Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 19,1936 Seneca: A group of people consisting of neighbors, friends and relatives surprised Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Campbell on their silver wedding anniversary Wednesday evening, May 13th. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell and sons were supper guests at the home of their daughter and family at Ringated and they were called home only to find their home filled with people awaiting their arrival. A mock wedding furnished the entertainment of the evening, featuring A. T. Paulsen as the bride; Mrs. Jens Peterson, the bride- TO MAKE YOUR SCREENS lust lont/cr • Before you put up your screens, go over them with LOWE BROTHERS SCREEN ENAMEL. They'll look attractive all summer, Protects both wire and frame, wood and metal. Brushes on without clogging meshes. Dries very quickly. Ask for a copy of Lowe Brothers new FREE book— "Practical Hints on Painting and Decorating." F.S. Norton & Son Fhone 229 Alton* groom; Marlnus Nelson, bridesmaid; Mrs. Marinus Nelson, best man; Mrs. Fred Jensen, flower girl; Mrs. Albert Cody, ring bearer, and Mrs. J. w. Bollig, the preacher. Cootie was played at six tables after which a delicious luncheon was served. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell were presented with an end table and a smoker's stand as a remembrance of the occasion. Those present we're Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Anderson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jens Peterson and family, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Paulsen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Tom St. John and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Marlnus Nelson and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bollig, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Elmers, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Ols«n, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cody, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Petersen, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Christiansen and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ch-lstlansen and daughter of Rlngsted, Mrs. Clarence Metzger and Fern Eckart. Everyone departed wishing Mr. and Mrs. Campbell many more happy anniversaries. 4-H Club Elects The 4-H club which was recently organized, has elected the following officers: president, Florence Looft; vice president, Maxine Cody: historian, Harriet Olsen; secretary- treasurer, Margaret Lenten. Mrs. Jens Peterson will act as leader and Mrs. F. E. Slagle will be assistant leader. Miss Edna Lee, home economics teacher in the Seneca school has not been able to teach the past week because of eye Infection. Miss Fern Eckart of Mallard is spending several weeks at the home of her aunts, Mrs. Curtis Olsen and Mrs. Irvln Classen. Mrs. A. T. Paulsen and daughter, Ruby, Mrs. .1. W. Campbell and son. Douglas, spent Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Henry Hoerk, Sr., in Swea City. MRS.RIEBHOFF NAMED LEADER OFBURTP.T.A. Annual Election; Frances Vaughn, Secretary- Treasurer Burt: The last P. T. A. meeting of this school year was held at the school house Thursday evening. In connection with the meeting an exlhlbit of the work of the manual training, domestic science and other classes was on display. The new 25-piece concert band played several numbers. The following officers for the coming year were elected: Mrs. L. E. Rlebhoff, president; Mrs. W. W. Boettcher, first vice president; and Mrs. G. P. Hawcott, second vice president; Frances Vaughn, secretary and treasurer; and Mrs. M. M. Chipman, program chairman. Mrs. Mann Hostess The Portland Progress club will meet next week Thursday at the home of Mrs. E. O. Mann. Mrs. D. E. Fitch, Mrs. Arch Burger, and Mrs. C. E. Sigsbee will be assisting hostesses. A Mother's Day program will be given. Mrs. Trina Wiese is on the sick list. lone Godfredson is working at the Ralph Godfredson home. Doris Salisbury was confined to her home last week by glandular trouble. Everett Larson was a business visitor in DCS Moines last week Tuesday. CODOLENE New Cod Liver Oil Ointment! More Soothing, Healing and AntUeptlc than ordinary talvei. Pleaiantty perfumed. Ute Codolene for burnt, cuti, scratches, scalds and minor skin irritations. Keep a tube handy in your medicine chest. CUT COUPON AND SAVE IOC STOPS PAIN Instantly 4 Essential Factors in Efficient Refrigeration Safe i- 23- 4- Uniform Cold Temperature Proper Humidity Pure Washed Air Continuous Circulation Economical Reliable Clean COOLERATOR Is the only type of refrigerator that will give you these four necessary requirements for preserv ing food best and most economically. Before you invest in an expensive mechanical ice box, investigate every factor in efficient, safe, economical refrigeration. Accept a 10 day free trial and be convinced. Pure, natural ice offers you that safe, constant temperature that keeps foods protected from spoilage and at the same time preserves their qualites of freshness, crispness and tastiness. Ice protection U health protection—at rock bottom prices. Call us for dependable ice delivery. DO YOU KNOW: You can have frozen desserts and salads without a large investment Ask to see our freezers which, fit inside any ordinary refrigerator and enable you to make desserts. And if you prefer cubed ice to chipped ice which actually cools beverages more rapidly, we have cubers which you can buy reasonably. Algona Ice Cream & Candy Factory Phone 270 Tune in on Mary Pickford's "Parties at Pickfalr" —Columbia Network, Tuesday night, 9 o'clock C. S. T. WCCO, Minneapolis, WBBM, Chicago, KRNT, Des Moines, WMT, Waterloo, at 10:15 a. m. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Trainer were Austin, Minn., visitors last week Tuesday. Fred Lavrenz, carpenter. Is confined to his bed with a serious case of rheumatism. Raymond Leek who works for Harold Grover, has been ill with a throat infection. The Robert Whites, DCS Moines visited Tuesday with Mr. White's sister, Mrs. E. E. Kearns. The Mike Arend home was quarantined Thursday for scarlet fever the son being the patient. John Sarvor, Milwaukee, Wis., arrived Friday for a few days' visit with his step-father, Wm. Elvidge. The freshman class had a picnic at the P. N. Sarchett farm on the Black Cat last Wednesday evening:. Herman Putz has purchased the house belonging to the Elise Koch estate, which is occupied by his son, Harry. The Leonard Dittmers and Stanley Blacks spent the week end at the Glenn Black home near DCS Moines. Mrs. Eva Gardener, Algona. has spent a couple of weeks at the home of her daughter, Mrs. C W Patterson. Mrs. E. H. Pannkuk and baby spent last week at the home of her sister, Mrs. Raymond Housour In Algona. Melvln Radeke celebrated his fifth birthday Tuesday afternoon by entertaining a group of friends at a party. Mrs. Will Skinner, daughter Myrna and son, Laurence, Farnhamville, visited at the J. N. Holding home last week. The Rev. and Mrs. L. Rlchmann went to Readlyn Thursday to see Rev. Richmann's mother, who is ill with pneumonia. The Ed Winkles, Sibley visited a week ago Sunday at the J. P. Cunningham home. Mrs. Wlnkel is Mr. Cunningham's niece. The Carl Reynolds, Corwith, the Frank Burgers and Kenneths Austins spent a week ago Sunday at the Mrs. Belle Reynolds home. The birthday circle met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs Fred Ringsdorf. Mrs. M. M. Chipman entertained the Fortnightly club Friday afternoon. Dr. and Mrs. L. E. Stanton, of Owatonna. Minn., were calling on Burt friends a week ago Saturday evening. Dr. Stanton was a veterinary here some years ago. Thursday afterioon. Billie Boettcher was eight years old and entertained Ralph Baer, Dale Weiske, John Riebhoff, Jimmy Holding and Ruth Riddle at a party after school. The Dr. Peters residence is being repainted on the exterior. The Interior is also being redecorated. Mrs. Lillian Sigler is also having her house, in which the Art Fan- dels live, repainted. Mrs. Mary Orchard, Charles City, arrived Sunday for a visit at the home of her niece, Mrs. R. W. Hash, and to attend the graduation of Florence Rash, a member of the Burl senior class. The seniors had a picnic at Interlaken Park laat Thursday evening. On Friday evening they and the high achool faculty were entertained at wiener roast by Batty Walker and Ruth Schroeder at the Carl Bahling home. Mrs. Al Staehle, who went to the home of her daughter. Mrs. H. L. Sauerman, at Sigourney, for a visit of a week has been seriously ill there with lumbago. She was able to return home Friday, Mr. Sauerman bringing her here. The Rev. and Mrs. George Hra'.t, Spokane, Washington, arrived on Fridny for a few days' visit at the Mr .;. Edwinu Pratt and F. L. Pratt homes. The Rev. Pratt is a nephew of Mrs. Pratt. They have been visiting relatives in Wisconsin and Waterloo. H. A. Thompson has received word from his mother. Mrs. Gertie Thompson, who has spent the past thr?e or four months visiting relatives in California and other western states, that she returned to Iowa, and is visiting a few weeks with her daughter, Mrs. E. Girton, at Grinnell. She is expected back here in a couple of weeks. Birthday Surprise For Swea Visitor Swea City: A birthday surprise party was given Mrs. C. J. Anderson of Alhambrn, Callfronla. at the P. J. Heilcen home on Wednesday afternoon. A six o'clock dinner was served. A birthday cake fea- utred the table decorations. The color scheme was in blue and gold. A lace luncheon cloth was presented the guest of hnoor. The guests included: Mesdames C J Anderson and Milton Anderson of Alhambra, California, P. J. Heiken John Jongberg, W. Peterson, Emil Larson, Paul W. Larson. C. F Berggren, W. O. Nelson, Fred Peterson and Claire Erlckson. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Anderson and daughter arrived here Tuesday from Alhambra, California, for an extended visit with relatives and friends. C. J. Anderson, pioneer resident of Swea City, has been living in California the past five years. Prior to leaving Swea City he owned and operated the Anderson furniture and undertaking establishment for more than 30 years. H T. Winter and Mrs. Clara Pople of Titonka were business visitors here on Friday. Miss Ellen Berg returned to Chicago after spending iwo weeks here during the last illness of hor niece, the late Elna Berg. The Silvers Fun show will open a week's engagement, featuring a medicine show. This will be the initial opening of the season for the show troupe. New Cooling System For Wesley Creamery Wesley: A new cooling system is being installed at the Wesley Farmers' creamery, by the Creamery Package manufacturing company, Waterloo. The work was to be completed this week Monday. Hocial Justice Delegate* Another district meeting of the National Union for Social Justice was held at Fort Dodge Sunday. Delegates going from here were A. L. Kleinputer, president; D. J. Zerbe. vice president; R. C. Bauer, secretary; Tom McMahoa, treasurer; .A. I, Daw-ion. J. P. Studer. Wrn. C-isgrove and Henry Sherman. Ben Hopkins left last Saturday f<jr a visit with his sister. Huth Hopkin.) Latham at I_eMar3. An eight and one-half pound son «us born to Air. ami Mrs. Arthur Larson at an Algona hospital last Wednesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Becker, Algona. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dawson at the Preston Chapin home last Thursday evening. An exhibit and visitors' day was held at the center school last week Wednesday, Miss Anna Flom being the teacher. Parents and other friends of the pupils attended, and were shown samples of work done during the year. The Study club was entertained at the home of Mrs. Veva Lease last Thursday, the Mesdames Hazel Studer, Marie Giddings, Clara Erd- raan and DeEtta Kraus assisting. Mrs. Helen Mullins, leader, assigned the subject, Music, dealt with the distinctive music of countries studied during the year, giving the history of each, the national or favorite hymn of each country, and in some cases the military march. The next meeting, last of the year, will be held with Mrs. Aldrich, with four other members assisting May Sale Specials—Preserving Kettle*, $1.00—t Tiger Spark Plugs. $1.00—Complete Tackle Outfit. 10 pcs. including Rod and Reel, 11.00— Car Cleaning Outfit, 7 pea., $1.00.— Gamble Stores. 20 -Vote For FRED S. GEIGEL Republican Candidate for COUNTY SUPERVISOR 1st Dist., Kossuth Have always been a taxpayer in the district 20-21* Plant Corn For LuVerne Widow LuVerne: Neighbors of Mrs. Herbert Will, whose husband and two daughters were recently killed in a terrible nntomobile accident near LuVerne. was overcome with tears of appreciation, when neighborhood men came in and planted her corn crop. The men arrived last Friday, and six tractors were in operation in the fields during the day. Mrs. Will, grief stricken at the terrible tragedy, was faced with the necessity of immediate planting, and the neighborly spirit took that worry from her shoulders. illIIIII Top Market Price WWMVL Paid For Wool Get onr prico before you sell your wool. Joe Greenberg I"*! 4 -* f \ . - ^^^^ Phone 118 WWAIWWW Algona, la. EYES THAT BRING IN DOLLARS neeM the best and the most regular eye-care. That means regular domination and the best possible glasses—if they are needed. 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