The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 30, 1936 · Page 3
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» The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 30,1936 130 LADIES ARE Burt Mite Society Fur : nished Interesting Program Hurt: The F'resbyterian Mite society entertained about one hundred thirty Indies at its guest day Wednesday afternoon. A program which onnsisfed of a piano solo by Eugnnia Mne Kr'ethe; u reading by Arlene Patterson two vocnl solos by Mary Ann Smith; a \ o!in solo by Lyla Olson; and a j.iano solo by Mrs. Earl Miller was presented. Devotions were in charge of the president, Mrs. Wm Ringsdorf. Lunch was served al beautifully decorated tablca following; the program. The guests Included members of the Irvington and Lone Rock aids also the local Presbyterian Lutheran societies. and Mother Pansm The D. F. Slaughters were called to Rodman Monday by the death of Mrs. Slaughter's mother. The fun- c'ral was on Wednesday. THE YEAR'S BIG NEWS IN REFRIGERATION/ THENEW COLD\ MAKING UNIT THAT/ COST TO THE BONE/ONLY FRICIDAIRE HAS IT! Mrs. C. B. Chipman entertained the Sewing Circle Thursday afternoon. Charles Hanna arid Edward Stewart left Friday for Chicago where they planned to take in one of the big ball games. The Rev. and Mrs. George Wessel and daughter. Lurena returned Fflday from a ten day visit with relatives at ( McGrego'r. Marilyn Boettcher celebrated her tenth birthday last week Tuesday by entertaining ten little friends at a birthday party that afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Howard French, Titonka. and Mrs. Maroa Keith Bailey, Philadelphia, were Friday evening dinner guests at the Dr. W. T. Potcrs home. Mr. and Mrs. Hobson Kearns and family. Chicago, came Tuesday and will visit over the Fourth at the W. D. Kearns home. Hobson is a son of Mr. Kcrtrns. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Graham received a telegram Wednesday announcing the birth of a grandson born to Mr. and Mrs. Allen Graham, Des Moines, on that day. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Fandcl anc son, Herman. Whittemore, and son the Rev. Edward Fandel, Remsen and Mr. and Mrs. Norbcrt Hilbert Bode, were supper guests Thursday evening at the Art Fandel home. Mrs. Jess Thoreson and tw children. Goodell, came Thursda; and attended the Fortnightly clul meeting at the R. S. John home They stayed over to visit other Bur friends. The Thoresons former!} lived in Burt. Janice Larson, who has bee staying at the home of her uncle Rudolph Larsen. spent Thursda night at the home of her aunt, Mrs C. L. Holding. Friday, Mrs. Wil fred Chaffee and Mrs. Holding tool he'r back to her home at Britt. Virgil Schrudcr and Frank Rcy nolds left Friday for Los Angeles California, where Vi'rgil will take a diescl engineering course. They were to stop at Kansas Cily and pick up Art firansfeldt who had gone on that far the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bauer and 67 AT ANNUAL WESLEY ALUMNI BANQUET HELD LAST THURSDA Has Large Family FATHER OF 20 LIVING CHILDREN—Michael Latorrn, left, father of 20 living children, was guest of honor at a special Fathers Day program on June 21. /He was interviewed by Don Hancock, whose family is one-tenth ns large as Mr. Latorra's. Latorra is 59 years old. and his 20 children, ranging in age from 20 months to 29 years, consists of 9 boys and 11 girls. Latorra's home is in n Chicago suburb. He says that there will be no more children in the family. Student of 50 Years Ago Attends; Kleinpeter is New President FRIGIDAIREII EASY TERMS AT Bjustrom's Home Appliances Algona Swea City H.W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load Insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draying and hauling. 32-tf We do our own Lens Grinding. DR. F. E. SAWYER, Opt. low. We have them All! 50 Differ- These arc just" teaters"! We've a sun ply ASTOUNDING selection of styles.. „ »n KID...ARRABUCK...LINEN... l > !QUl:...hiuh-bceled...cuban-heeled ... (Ut- hcclu J... round- toe J... square- loiJ...open-toed...heel strap...T-*trap ...broad strap... AND THEN SOME! You'll pay $2.50 to $3 everywhere for «hc same STYLES and VALUES! We TINT them FREE too! Sati»fy yourself! ^"rtiue in! son, Hnrold. Great Falls. Montana spent Wednesday night at the E O. Chipman home. Mrs. Bauc'r was a sister of the late Mrs. Chipman The Bailors had been visiting in Wesley, Iowa, and were on their way home. Mrs. Thomas Conlin and daughter, Monticello, Minn., and Mrs. Conlin's uncle. Fred Moine, Nashua, visited Wednesday at the W. T. Kennedy home. Mrs. Conlin is a half-sister of Mrs. Kennedy. The ladies had not seen each other for seventeen years. Mrs. Lee Graham and two children. San Carlos. California, arrived Wednesday for a visit at the J. H. Graham home. They runic here from St. Joseph. Mo., where they had been visiting relatives. The Gnihams had not seen their two grandchildren before. Mrs. J. H. Schroedor and daughter, Ruth, accompanied the Ralph Bartlotts. Whittemore. to Mason City Thursday, wht're they attend cd a bultcrnuikcrs' convention. The L. E. lioetman.H, W. A. Stouten hrrgs and Ed Weiskc nml son. also Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bahlinft and Betty Walker attended the convention. The sixteen boys and girls, who assisted with the strawberry picking for the G. C. Giddings were treated to ice cream and cookies nt the Giddings home last week Monday afternoon. This year's berry crop was not up to norma and the season only lasted a fev> days although the fruit was of fine quality. Margaret Murray, Algona, spen from Thursday to Saturday with her grandmother, Mrs. Margare Murray. Mrs. Bert DeLapp and the Floyd DcLapps, Waterloo, spent the week end at the home of Mrs. Murray. Mrs. Bert DeLapp IK her daughter. The DcLnpp.s also attended the Ditsworth reunion on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. .1. A. Miller and daughter. Winona, Minn., visited at the O. H. Schmidt home and with other Burt friends last week. The Millers lived in Burt nt one time, but moved away about seventeen years ago. Mr. Miller was baggage- man on the M. & I branch railway at that time. They had not visited Burt for ten years. Mrs. Clara Olson and Pearl VVoltz returned Wednesday from a few days' visit In the home of Mrs. Olson's sister, Mrs. Carl Lovstad. at Kensington, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Lovstad und two children came back with them and are visit- Ing at the George Koestler, Jr., home and with othc'r relatives. They spent Thursday at the Myron Melnzer home. Mrs. Al Staehle and her daughter, Mrs. H. L. Sauermann, entertain- last week Tuesday at a one o'clock luncheon honoring Mrs. Kenneth Boevers and daughter, Jacqueline, Duncan, Arizona, who are visiting Mr. Boevers' parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Boevers, of Algona. M'rs. George Boevers, Mrs. P. P. Kriethe and daughter, Eugenia were other guests at the luncheon. Mr. and Mrs. Clay Barnett and H. L. Sauermann, Sigourney, and Mr. Sauermann'a mother, Mrs. W. E. Sauermann, Dumont, were Thursday evening dinner guests at the Al Staehle home. The group, accompanied by Mrs. H. L. Sauermann and Jimmy, who have been visiting here, went on to the bauer- mann cottage at Spirit Lake for the week end. Mrs. Suuermunn and Jimmy and Mr. Sauc'rmann's mother will remain at the cottage for about a month. Mr. Barnett is superintendent of the CCC camp in which Mr. Sauermann is educational director. Wesley: Sixty-seven persons attended the alumni banquet nt the Methodist church parlors last Thursday night, including wives and husbands of some graduates. Among persons from a distance, were LeRoy Anderson. Rndcliffe. Lucille Kunz Wchler, her husband, and Louise Kunz, Des Moines: the Don Melcncys. Britt: Edith Welter, Algona: Helen Lloyd Jacobs and lu'r husbnnd, R. R.. Forest City. A nautical program was given between courses, and president, Lest er Lease, was tonstmaster. The color scheme was blue and white, the centerpiece of each table being a small ship. The place cards which included program and menu were blue and white booklets, shaped like a ship's wheel. Called upon for remarks. LeRoy Anderson admitcd that he first entered schoo hi'rc HO years ago, and stated that he had attended school in ever} building used for school purpose.' here during that period of time New officers elected are: Vincent Kleinpeter. president; Enar Fronzen, vice president: Mrs. Edna Flom. secretary; Robert Lawson. treasure 1 !'. Auxiliary Installs The Legion Auxiliary met at the rooms last Thursday evening, and icld installation of officers elected nt the last previous meeting, some weeks ago. Mrs. Jack Studer is president. Irene Loebig visited her brother, Edmund at Algona last week Tuesday and part of Wednesday. Ed- nuiml is employed by the Swift. Co. Henry Marsden and Robert, sons of H.-irry Ehlers, Plymouth, came last week Sunday to spend a week with their father's sister, Mrs. Guy M. Butts. IVrothy Kraus came back last Thursday night, having visited her undo, Jacob Kraus. Manly, and friends nt Wavorly since the previous Sunday. Mrs. .7. A. Ilnuptmann. accompanied by hrr visiting relative, Ger- aldinc Bleich. Madison. Win., went lo Hook well City last Thursday, to spend the week end with relatives. The Methodist W. F. M. S. scheduled to meet July 3, has postponed its meeting until Friday, July 1(7, when it will be held at the home of Mrs. Gordon C. Giddings, with M'rs. Curl Hnnscn assisting. George and Joe Goetz and their .sister, Mrs. Helen Johnson, received word last week Wednesday afternoon of the sudden death of their cousin. Ed Stehlc, at LaSallc, 111. They left by ca'r last Thursday morning to attend funeral services at LaSalle Friday afternoon. The Bluebirds, junior Campfirc organization of which Mrs. Leo Bleich is leader nnd director of activities, made a field trip to the AmL'rose A. Call state park. Algona. Thursday. Ladies who drove cars and contributed to entertainment were the Mesdamcs Julius Kunz. John Hutchison. Henry Phillips and Leo Bleich. There are 20 little girls in this group, and none is over ten years of age. Kresensky's Mrs. John Goeders and Mrs. Nick Krieps of Algona were Tuesday evening callers at the John Fuhr- niann home. Anna Kayser returned home on f'riday morning after a week at the Adolph Fuhrmun honu;. caring for Mrs. Fuhrmann. A large number from this vicinity attended the wedding dunce of Lc'renu Klepper and Ernest Frieden at the Legion hall in West Bend Tuesday evening. Dr. Oltmann. Mr. Hundermark, and Charles Brown of Livermore, and Ted Wagner and John Thul left Wednesday morning for Pine River, Minn., for a few days' fishing. Duo to the absence of Rev. Father Dobberstein of West Bend, Rev. Father Theobald performed a marriage ceremony in St. Peters and Paul's Catholic church Monday at 1 o'clock and Tuesday at nine o'clock. R. A. Hogan returned Monday from a few days' fishing trip to Leech Lake, Minn., and reported good luck. M'rs. Hogan spent some time at the home- of her folks, Mr. and Mrs. John Origer at Whittemore and at the John Von Bank bom*:. Honor Swea City Couple Married For Fifty Years Swea City: A party honoring Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Collins, on their 50th wedding anniversary, was held at the 1 Guild Hall Wednesday evening. M'r. and Mrs. Collins were married April 8, 1886, in New York, and a week later came to Bancroft. Mr. Collins bought his first 40 acres of land from Captain F. El Jeanson, then later purchased more land, so at the time of retirement from active farming he owned 293 acres of land just west of Swea City. He then deeded his farm to the Moody Bible Institute of Chicago in exchange ft>r life annuity, the income of which haa been sufficient to take care of the needs of the worthy pioneer couple. Mr. and Mrs. Collins have two sons, Charles Jr., and David, both married, Chas. living at Aitken, Minn., and David at Jeffers, Minn. There are 12 grandchildren. Hosts of friends extend congratulations. The couple enjoys good health and never miss church services at the Baptist church where they have been lifelong members. Plum Creek News It is reported that Claude Seely has purchased a new combine harvester and thresher. Mrs. Fitzgerald came recently from Illinois and will spend the summer here with her son. Win. and family utid also the Ross Cal- htnins. Word lias been received from C. B. Albright, who bus been u patient lowu City University hospital since last woek that his condition is slightly improved. The James Davidsons, Algona, we're Sunday visitors ut the Elmer Jubperson home. Mrs. A. M. Jasperson from Glendale, California, will come here soon to spend some time with the Jusperson family. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Metzger, son Duane and Mr. und Mrs. Heii'ry Shick. Jr.. drove to Carroll, last Sunday and spent the day at the Charles Beebe home. Mrs. Beebe is a sister of Mrs. Shick und Mr. Metzger. Harold Gibson of Havelock was a visitor at the Altwcgg huiuu 011 Sunday. Hurold is a son of the Howard Gibbons, who formerly lived here. The Gibsons conduct a grocery store, cream, station and Royal "40u" oil station at Haveluck und have four large trucks hauling cream und other produce in the nurthi. J iTi hulf of lowu to und from Sioux City. Harold will leave soon for Fort Des Monies where be will attended military training school- The oldest son, Donald, wus recently married to u young lady from Laureus. [TOMORROW- WEDNESDAY PROMPTLY 9 A .M. SALE SENSATION OF KOSSUTH CO. ALGONA IOWA GOEDERS' CO. Quits Business! FOR GOOD AND FOREVER! CLOSING OUT SALE AFTER 52 YEARS OF HONORABLE BUSINESS DEALINGS ffl By virtue of cash settlement with creditors through H. V. Hull, acting trustee, and by virtue of a cash purchase from the G-oeders Co. the stock was recently orclercl sold. This entire high grade stock must be cleaned out from wall to wall within the next thirty days. Store must be vacated in as short a time as possible. This is a positive, genu ine sell out nt the conclusion of which Gocders closes its doors forever. Never in 52 years have you seen savings like these. Get here while the stocks are complete. Come early for best selection. SELLING STARTS Wednesday 9 A. M. Store Hours 9A.m.-9P.M. Wed. 9 a* m. Sharp Read Every Item-Check Every Prke oxiouns vulur to 1.23 77r Lingerie, value to 7~>o 3'Jc Lingerie, value to 50o t9c Yard Good* 25c value* lie Rayon 29c value* lite sl PI KK SILK IIOSIKR Be Here When the Doors Open GKOl T 1 DRESSES Value* to jil.OH lltli only Now washable prints. Values to $l.'.18. Choice of Group No. 1 $1.09 (iKOl I' i DRESSES WASH DRESSES Only while 150 •*•»• Umlt » to customer. Out iney « u IOC JUSTA $1.39 LUNCHEON 8ETH 65c WOVEN STRING BUGS W HHOAIH LOTH Sl.ll'S R.-K 690 aild 751- value* ul.il.' thO 1* 33c 1)01 HI.K COTTON BLANKETS .»»u. *'' id f T it>rl , > : s !" r Only while •'"'> Us $1.19 3;-,, ami 5I RAYON I'ANTIKS. BRIEFS -' - • W Value* to 44 only New Summer Washable prints. All guaranteed. While they last $1.95 GROUP 3 DRESSES Vulura to $1.9.5 Choice of entire stock. 88 only. Silks, novelties, knits selling out price $2.88 ••• (.KOI I' I DRESSES Values lo Mi.il") Suiur tunuuiiy .-solii fur MIT.', Silk.- cie|i<-s •.n.I prmt.v I'.n^hl. m:>v ,,l,,i i.. ( )ul thfy ^', Liulies Wash Dri'sspH 75c values 25c Silk Hosiery 7,>o vi.lui' Silk Hosiery $1.00 viilm- Silk HoHlrry , r i.4o v ill lie 33o llunil BugH 1.08 value $1.33 Hand Bag* 1.00 value 39e Ladies Slacks 9itc l.iulies Hlouse. 1 L.ulic-,' HhionitTs PROMISE IQWEST 'j^'THE -CITY PRICES 9 o'clock Special Corselettes Foundations $3.;>0 Value* $2.44 jj^.UO \uJue!. $3.44 $-.50 \\Tmi-A-lluUJia $1.55 S35U Kubknr ULrdli"* $1.88 WtW Wruy-A-BoiuiU O.rdto. $1.39 Dresses, Frocks and Suits Valut-M U> Mli.7.) iJL'auliful. buiU'i (liv.i.1- L-.i. Kurintr value., to $10.7.1. Some iiuvc- ijcc:i ruducvd lo $'J~'i- Ail again n-'iiun-d- Your choice ol the grou[. $6.66 (,KOl 1' i; Party Dresses, Knit Suits, Silk Dresses Value* lo 5i'^7..jU ('l;ui* c of llic huuac Nothing higher, i'rux- for quit_k iflliUii- 4 only, while ihcy tasl ?il.l» Kr iuuuit-* »uvt* up to Aukleta vulues to «5e Lingerie, value to l.M »1.3M to L.50

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