The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 1, 1936 · Page 8
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BURTGIRLWEDS ALGONA YOUTH Ruth Beits Bride at Mt. Ayr Ceremony Two Weeks Ago Burl: The marriage of Ruth Belt*, daughter of Mrs. Augusta Bcitz, to George Pentecost, Algona, took place two weeks ago Saturday ftt Mt Ayr, but was Just made public a few days ago. The yoilng couple who are living in Algona, gave a wedding party Thursday evening. *o Elect Officer* The Ladles' Aid society meets on Wednesday, Sept. 2 at the church. Mrs. Will Schwietert, Mrs. Bertha Sehwietert and Mrs. Belle Reynolds are the hostesses. Officers will be elected at this meeting. Schroder to New Mexico Clarence Schrader left Friday for Hobbs, New Mexico, where he has secured a position as teacher of manual arts and history and will be assistant coach. Hobbs is the second largest city in New Mexico. Clarence graduated from Iowa State Teachers' College last spring. School Open* Sept 7 The Hurt school will open Monday, Sept 7. Women have been at work the past week cleaning up the building preparatory to opening school. Work on the new ad- | dltion is nearing completion. Charles Laape went to Des Moines Friday to attend the state fair. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Krause, Fenton, helped Enos Wredes move on Friday. Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle made an emergency trip to Iowa City last Wednesday. Aleeda Toebben, Chicago, spent last week with her mother, Mrs. Anna Toebben. Ruth McKee, Algona, spent last week Wednesday with her friend, Rachel Clapsaddle. Lois and Herbert Schram, Titonka, visited hut week with their grandparents, the Rev. and Mrs. C. R Mitchell. Mr*. Johanna Dettman went to Ledyard Friday to spend a couple of weeks with her friend, the Frank Nits family. lone Moyer went to Des Moines last week Monday- and took to her home there her cousin, Mrs. Kilgore and son, Junior. .Tone returned Wednesday. Mrs. H. W. Manus and daughters, Kathryn and Mrs. Lillian Slg- ler and son, Junior, visited last week Wednesday at the George Manus home at Nortbwood. Buttermaker and Mrs. L. E. Roetman entertained the butler- makers of section No. 6 at their monthly busine** meeting followed by supper Thursday afternoon. About thirty attended. Mr. and Mr*. Leonard Koeatler *nd baby, Clinton, vtalted last week with Leonard** mother, Mr*. Will Koestler. Their daughter, Jane, who had spent the summer here, returned home with her parent*. E. O. ChJpman and daughter. Vera and Mrs. Lillian Sheldon were Mason City visitor* Tuesday. They went over to make arrangement* tot Vera to enter the Hamilton Business College. She began her work the first of this week. France* Vaughn, Rolfe, spent but week at the Frank Bahling home Erna Baars, who has been spending her vacation with relatives In Wisconsin, arrived Thursday and Is •pending thUi week with Mis* Vaughn at her home near Rolfe. Mr*. Art Leaion and Lura Sewick were hostesses Friday afternoon at a kitchen shower for Esther Olson, who I* to be married soon to Ben Bahling. About 24 were present The afternoon was •pent in various games and con- Mr*. Bertha Wallace, who has been caring for Mr*. Anna Stow (.he past couple of weeks, is now a*»iit- "»* at the Mr*. Laura Sewick home and will stay with Mr*. Sewick while Lura 1* teaching thl* fall and winter. She teaches at Forest City. Mr*. Mary Dundas, Swea City, la caring for Mrs. Stow. SENECA NEWS Miss Alice Lenlhan is employed at a ho»pit«l at Worthington, Juinn. Margie and Mary Lenihan are working at the Ftirmont canning factory. " Mr. and Mrs. Tom St John spent Sunday visiting relatives at Triumph, Minn. itr*. J. W. Campbell spent rnuntday afternoon at the A T Paulsen home. Evelyn McChane of near Hurt •pent the past week with her friend. Donna Jean Bollig. Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Merrill and »ons spent Monday evening at the Leslie Denton home near Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. G. Kracht and aon*, Arthur and Ray, attended the Helvig reunion at Iowa Falls on Sunday. Mr. and Mr*. Ambrose Lentsch and daughters spent several days the past week with relatives in Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Clem DoUon and Ruth, Woodrow and Eva Kracht returned Tuesday from a several days' vacation trip to the Black Hills. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bollig and family of Comfrey, Minn., spent several days the past week at the borne of the former's brother and family, J. W. Bollig. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kennedy and son, Edward, were business callers in Fort Dodge Thursday, where they had Edward's eyes examined before school started. Never Too Old to be a Father. Science Studiek Ca*e of Wile 29 Who Pre*euU Father vt 06 With a Jtuby Ciirl. See The American Weekly, The Magazine DutribuU-d With Next Suuduy'tt Chicago Hi-rald nod Examiner. The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona. tow, Sept, 1,1936 ORDER COAL Don't Wait Too Long To Order Winter Fuel Cold days come fast and once they start coal prices sometimes go skyrocketing and even make it difficult to get immediate delivery on coal orders. Pill your bin now with Botsford's Peerless Chem- acol and be sure to have enough coal on hand for the first snappy days. BOTSFORD Lumber Co. THIS TIME BE PREPARED DELCO-HEAT With the "Thin-Mix" fuel control makes Automatic Heat cheaper than shovel-firing. Delco-Heat comes to you as a conversion unit, making your present plant entifely automatic or you may replace your present system with a complete Delco-Heat Con- ditionair. Phone 256 Jim Pool 4 Cars of Coal Now on Track Why Wait? Call Us Now At Milwaukee Depot ANDERSON Grain and Coal Co. Phone 308 Algona, Iowa „-*_ £-„'*<* ~*\ ^^ *«». • „ .0 $//, ''#Fill Your Coal Bin With Quality Coals Such as we sell BLUESTAR GREAT HEART SUPERIOR BLOCK Coals W ith a Reputation Our Sen-ice and the Quality of our Coals will please you. F. S. NORTON and Son Call 229. Six Months Ago— This Community, like others, was threatened with a never-to-be-forgotten Fuel Shortage. Day after day the thermometer went down to 25 and 30 degrees below zero. Blizzard after Blizzard struck us, in the worst Iowa winter in I 17 years. AND MANY LOCAL HOMES WERE SHORT OP FUEL Help your local fuel dealers, plumbers and furnace dealers and help yourself at the same time. Be Prepared. Delco-Heat meets all seven requirements for reliable low cost automatic heat. • 1. LOW FIRST COST— Three years to pay. • 2. LOW OPERATING COST—Assured by three exclusive General Motors achievements: the "Thin-Mix" Fuel Control; the "Oil-Airator" ... and the "Heat Hoarder." • 3. ENTIRELY AUTOMATIC— No flust, no dirt, no ashes, no fuel to handle. • 4. QUIET OPERATION—Only one moving part; one-piece frame; no vibration; no rattles. • 5. PAST ACTION--Quick, radiant heat \from the luminous "Sun-Flame." • 6. RELIABILITY—A product of General Motors... the world's largest and most experienced producer of liquid fuel combustion equipment. • 7. DEPENDABLE PERFORMANCE—An oil Burner completely designed, built and controlled by one organization. Backed by written warranty . . . installed by factory trained heating specialists. Call for our trained Delco Heat man to make a complete survey of your heating problem. Phone 520-W. BJUSTROM'S ALGONA, IOWA What's Your Heating Problem- Have you a heating problem that baffles you? If yon have, let us help you. For twenty years we've been solving heating problems and giving satisfactory service to thousands of customers. We are equipped to install the kind of heat you want at the price you can afford to pay. We specialize in Plumbing Heating, Sheet Metal and Plumbing Work. HOLTZBAUER TIN SHOP PHONE S3 Are You Getting Your Share? Ton win nith either a MCDONALD Fuel Oil Burner Prompt Fuel Oil Service PL "MBING & F. TOWNE or a MCDONALD Coal Stoker Phone 379 Distributor of Oil-0-Matic Oil Burners Algona, Iowa LET US TELL YOU MOKE Laing & Muckey Plumbinff and »<«*<„„ * Phone 274 lumbing and Heating Whip Winter Worries Over Nelaon Hardware Fall

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