The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 20, 1936 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 20, 1936
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Oct. 20,1936 REPUBLICAN CAHDIDATE FOE County Treasurer Your Support Will Be Appreciated C. W. Pearson 42* Ypu Have Never Seen Real Factory Finish Laundry You Try Lyons Quality Laundry For 40 years Lyons have been the leading laundry of Northwest Iowa. Before you entrust your, fine wearing apparel and linens to irresponsible methods, try your next bundle with Lyons, a responsible, reliable institution. We employ 80 expert people, who know how to care for your wardrobe and offer you a laundry service that cannot be equalled in Algona. IT I \f CLEANERS UsL-flm « TAILORS Phone 330 We Deliver 4 *' The most outstantl. log Mylc* and value* you have EVER • cent New HI. VAMPS...WIDE STRAPS... Hl-CUT TIES... PUMPS... SWING STRAPS... and other*, in ALL THE NEW PALI LEATHERS AND COL. ORS. Come In and select your new t hoef here! DRESS SALE 100 smart new garments, everyone a picked style, no duplicates. Beau tiful colors, outstanding values. 3 99 SKIRTS Beautifully tailored skirts in plain flanel or mixtures. Sizes 26 to 32, six colors. $2.95 SWEATERS Single sweaters or twin sweaters. We have a fine assortment. New colors, sizes 34 to 42. $1.89 and $2.89 Gloves These fine fabric gloves in Black, Brown, Blue, Green. Grey or Wine.^ A perfect match for your costume.' 98c Shoes "Great Scott" how they wear. These smart Misses' Oxfords. Black or Brown. 13 to 4. A to D widths. $£40 The Store of Bargains Every Day GRAHAM TELLS OF ORGANIZING BURT REBEKAH LODGE Members Belonging 25 Years Presented With a Memento of Occasion Burt: the Hurt Rebekah lodge lonored Its members who had belonged twenty-five years or more, Thursday eVenlng with a special program which included a talk by J. H. Graham, charter membor, Who told of the organization of the lodge; a piano solo by Mrs. E. A. Iliff; and a talk by Mrs. Lillian Sheldon, noble grand, who presented each member who had belonged twenty-five years with a gift » Five of the eight members eligible, were present. A cafeteria luncheon was served. Mrs. Ed Sanderson Is on the sick 1st this week. W. E. Stahl, aged 05, was taken seriously 111 Thursday. The It. E. Roetmans were Fort Dodge visitors last Thursday. Mrs. Enos Wrede entertained the fortnightly club Friday afternoon. Mrs. G. C. Giddlngs entertained the birthday circle Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Stella Danner, Cedar Falls, visited Mrs. John Kuchenreuther, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Hansen were business callers at Fort Dodge on Thursday. Clifford Holding and Ivan Long made a business trip to Elk Mound, Wis., Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Haines, Algona, visited at the James Ollom home Thursday. Mrs. C. C. Smith and Mrs. C. S. Coffin were among those on the sick list last week. Supt Condit Bowie and Ed Thaves attended the football game at Iowa City Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Hulln spent the week end with their parents at Cedar Falls and Oilman. The Portland Progress club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Sumner Parsons. Mrs. K. J. Smith visited from Thursday to Sunday in the home of her mother, Mrs. Little fet Klng- sley. Mrs. Fielding Perry, Wells, Minnesota, visited the first of last week at the home of her mother, Mrs. August Bahling. The senior class had a picnic supper at the Call Park Friday evening and attended a show at the State Theatre afterward. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Lee and their daughter, Mrs. Will Hathaway, Eagle Grtpve, visited la»l Monday and Tuesday at the J. N Holding home. . The Rice Bake ihpp was redec orated last week and some changes made to the arrangement *>t th equipment and it now presents a very fine appearance. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Polhemus attended the Ted Wright funeral a Eagle Grove last Wednesday am visited their son, Edward, who is in a CCC camp at Clarion. The Lutheran Aid society met last Thursday afternoon with Mrs H. E. Rachut as hostess. The Walther League mot the same evening, with Evelyn Bierstedt as hostess. Mrs. O. H. Graham, county chairman, and Mrs. W. W. Boettcher, local chairman, attended a fall conference of the American Legion Auxiliary at Fort Dodge last Thursday. Edna Staley and Betty Walker visited from Tuesday to Friday al La Crosse, Wis. They brought borne with them Edna's mother who had spent several weeks there with relatives. 8. C. Graham, Salem, Oregon arrived Wednesday for a visit with his niece, Mrs. J. G. Sewick, and his nephew, J. D. Graham. He is also visiting his brother, J. T. Gra ham in Algona. Mrs. Erwin Schwietert has been at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Baum at Lakota the past week, caring for an invalid sister. Her mother is seriously ill in the Kossuth hospital. Dr. R. D. Temple, Anaheim, California, former Burt dentist, visited from Thursday to Saturday with former Burt friends. Dr. Temple was called to Iowa by the illness of nis mother, who lives at Rowan. Mrs. Del Fitch and son, Avery, and Earl Meyer left Thursday for Sterling, III., where they will spend three or four weeks with Mrs. Fitch's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Stone, and other relatives. Art Klocke is assisting Mr. Fitch during their absence. Mrs. Carl Bahling and her mother, Mrs. John Ayres, Greenfield, visited at the J. H. Schroeder home on Thursday. Mrs. Ayers will return to her home at Greenfield Wednesday. The Bahlings will take her as far as Fort Dodge. Mrs. Ayers has spent a number of weeks here. The Fidelis Sunday School class had its monthly meeting at the Mrs. F. L. Ryerson farm home last week Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. L. E. Riebhoff, and Mrs. M. O. Richards were assisting hostesses. Class officers elected were as follows: Mrs. C. B. Chipman, president and Mrs. F. L. Pratt, secretary. Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle, Mrs. L. H. Schenck and Leona Lichter, Algona left Friday afternoon for Cedar Rapids and Iowa City. Dr. Clapsaddle and Leona will visit Dean and Rachel Clapsaddle who are students at Iowa City, and Mrs. Schenck visited her daughter, Maxine, who is a student al Coe College. Quite a number of Burt club wo- feien attended (fee djfctrict Iowa Federated Woman's club meeting at Algooa last Wednesday and Thursday. Among those attending one or more of the sessions were: Mrs. L. A, Boettcher, Mrs. M. M. Chipman, Mrs. F. L. Pratt. Mrs. H. E. Rachut, Mrs. Al Staehle, Mrs. H. O. Buell, Mrs. J. W. Dorrance, Mrs. A. H. MeJnzer. Mr*. Maude Hwuu, Mr* F. L. Ryet»oa, Mrs. P. r Kriathe, MM. B. W. Brooke. Mr*. R. H. Thompson. Ruth Hodg- *J4SUI and Mr. and Mrs. George Spangler, Sverty visited her mother, Mrs. George Benner, one dafr last week. A daughter was born recently to itr. and Mrs. Carson Simpson, Wealey farmers. Mrs. Helen Johnon Is the nurse. The Methodist Aid, at is meet- ng last week Wednesday, presented a gift to a departing member, itrs. John Amesbury. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Chambers, of Corwith, and their daughter, Franes, spent Sunday with their daugh- .er, and sister, Mrs. John MuII- ns. Mrs. Zerbe entertained the Thursday bridge blub last week. Mrs. fhos. McMahon was a guest. Mrs. ityrtle Kouba won high and Mrs. H. Klelnpeter, travel prize. C. Llndenschmidt, Chicago, came ast Wednesday to visit his aunt, Urs. {Catherine Hlldman and cousins, George, Tony, Joe and Mrs. John Hildman, and Mrs, Barney Meuhe. Mrs. John Weilan'd, Jr., wife of a Wesley farmer, fell suddenly sick ast week Tuesday, and was taken :o the General hospital, Algona. At ast reports her condition was about the same. The Lawrence Rlcke family, of Williams, visited Friday with Lawrence's father. Henry Rlcke. Mrs. licke's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Froellch, and with the E. M. Huber 'amlly. Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Goetz, Wes- ey, their daughters, Mrs. George Hauptmann, Wesley, Hilda, Mil- News Items of Wesley Vicinity waukee, and Mrs. Albert Hoffer, Waterloo, returned last Thursday evening from a visit with their son and brother, Father Fldells Goetz at Tarlco, Mo. A farewell party largely attended by old friends, was held for Mr. and Mrs. John Amesbury at the lodge hall last Thursday evening. An excellent program of music and speeches was given, and lunch was served at the close. Mr. and Mrs. Amesbury, who had packed and stored most of their goods, spent Friday night with relatives at Algona, returned Saturday to complete packing, and drove the same day to Nora Springs, where they will probably spend the winter. The women's study club met last week Tuesday with Mrs. August Studer. Mrs. John Mulllns, president, began with roll call, which was answered with current events on Wyoming. Some business was disposed of, and a letter was read from the Home for the Blind. Orders were taken for linen towels, which are hemmed by blind women In this institution. Mrs. Mullins, who was lesson leader, gave the lesson, on the National Parks of Wyoming. Mrs. Mulllns passed around pictures she and her husband had brought from Yellowstone Park. The meeting was in the nature of a farewell for Mrs. John Amesbury and Mrs. Milton Old- dings sang a solo, "Just A Wearin' for You." The club had one guest, Mrs. Elmer Glawe, sister-in-law of the hostess. The hostess served a two-course lunch, and Mrs. Amesbury was presented a«j>arting gift PORTLAND CLUB ELECTS OFFICERS IRENEJACOBS OF WEST BEND TO WED YOUNG PASTOR, NOV. 1 Rev. Jorden of Sutherland, Iowa, Will Join Benedicts West Bend: Announcements were received recently of the engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Irene Jacobs of West Bend and Rev. Daniel Jorden of Sutherland. The wedding will take place at the M. E. church in West Bend on Nov. 1st. The West Bend consolidated school pupils are having corn husking vacation week. Clifford Hanson came home on Sunday from Hollandale, Minn., where he has been employed. Miss Doris Fisher of Whittemore and Miss Eva Lowman of Rodman spent Sunday with Grace Sloan. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Fry on Tuesday, Oct. 13. They have a family of boya and this is their first daughter. Of course they are .proud of her. Eunice Ludwlg of West Bend and Ewaldt Zeutlau of LuVerne were married Monday afternoon o last week by Justice of Peace Geo. Bickwell of Humboldt. Attend ants were Arthur Zeutlau and Viola SchulU. Portland: The Portland Progress club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. S. R. Parsons with fifty ladles attending. The meeting was opened with a song. "Beneath the Crust of an Old Apple Pie." Mrs. Alfred Godfredson gave a report on a meeting held in Bancroft recently. Mrs. R. S. McWhorter and Mrs. Victor Applegate gave a report on the Woman's Federated club meeting held at Algona last week. It was was voted to join this club. Officers were reelected for the coming year as follows: chairman, Mrs. G. O. McFarland; vice chairman, Mrs. Martin Becker; secretary, Mrs. S. R. Parsons and treasurer, Mrs. Thomas Trenary. Mrs. George Gray and Mrs. Martin Becker gave a play, "By All Means, Diet"! Roll call was answered with "How We Celebrate Family Birthdays." A warm supper was served by the hostesses, Mesdames Thomas Trenary, S. R. Parsons, Joe Zanke, George Patterson and Hans Koestler. The Helping Hand club met at the home of Mrs. John Schneider Wednesday afternoon. The ladies tied a comforter for the hostess. Mrs. R. S. McWhortcr attended the state federation meeting at Algona Wednesday and Thursday. ST. JOE NEWS 3ttosen Group Honors Family About to Move Ottosen: The Lutheran Ladles' Aid gave a farewell party for Mrs. lasmussen, Wednesday afternoon, at the church parlors. A nice program was given and a delicious unch was served. A gift of money vas given Mrs. Rasmussen by the Ladles' Aid. Mrs. Rasmussen and son, Raymond, will leave soon for California, where they will spend :he winter. Ladles' Rural Club The Ladies' Rural club met at the home of Mrs. Ted Underberg Thursday afternoon. The lesson was given by Mrs. Loren Daniels. A delicious lunch was aerved by the hostess. At Federation Meeting Those who attended the District Federated Woman's club meeting at Algona Wednesday and Thursday were: Mrs. L. J. Clave, Mrs. Cliff Landers, Mrs. Wayne Truesdell, Mrs. Edgar Jacobson, Mrs. Oliver Klnseth, Mrs. Herman Kramer and Miss Doris Shipley. Mrs. Clave wa* • delegate and Mis* Shipley, alternate. Mr. and Mrs. John Becker and son, Julius and Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner were Sunday supper guests at the Herman Becker home north of Livermore. A large number from this vicinity attended funeral services Saturday morning In Sacred Heart church for Art Settler who was killed In an auto accident Wednesday. Mrs. Kick Kenkel, mother of Mrs. Henry Bnrmann, returned to her home at Earllng, Iowa, Thursday. Mrs. Bormann took her to Fort Dodge where she went by train to her destination. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Jensen of near Lakota, are the parents of a baby girl, Ruth Ann born Sept. 37th. Mrs. Jensen will be better remembered by her friends as Rose Besch, niece of Mrs. Lucy Wagner. Mr. and Mrs. James Becker and daughter from south of Burt, Mr and Mrs. Clarence rtramer and sons, Mr. and Mis. Sylvester Wag ner and Lawrence Becker were Sunday dinner guests at the John Thul home. Farm Measurement Ends November 16 Final date for signing cards to have farm measured and accepted In the county office Is Nov. 1, 1936, and final date for measuring of farms is Nov. 16, 1936. Farm operators and owners who have not yet signed cards, should do so Immediately and forward them to the county office. W. J. Frimml and O. L. Thoreson, members of the County Agricultural Conservation association, went to Ames to attend a two-day meeting, Oct. 12-13, on the farm tenant situation in the state of Iowa. Albert Schannher of Mapleton is husking corn at the A. T. Paulson home. lone Bolllg went to Fort Dodge Tuesday where she will take a course In beauty culture. The Seneca junior class play entitled "When Sally Comes to Town" presented Thursday and Friday evenings was well attended both nights and also well presented with all players taking and acting their parts very well. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Berghofer and family moved to Fenton one day the middle of the week and the Fred Jensen family moved'to the Jacobson place where the Berghofer family Jived before they moved to Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Metzger are the parents of a. son born on Sunday night. This is the third child in the family, one girl and two boys. Mrs. Metzger was Camilla Bollig before her marriage. Mrs. Charles SLauder cared for the mother and baby the fore part of the week. is Miss Clara Everson of Rolfe staying at the Storesund home. Miss Verna Holt spent Friday at the Bernard Jacobs home in West Bend. Dave Anderson of Waterloo visited friends in Ottosen a few days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jacobson and daughter, Lois, visited relatives in Pomeroy Sunday. The Ottosen public school was closed Monday on account of the teachers attending institute. Miss Myrtle Henrikson went to Charles City Saturday to visit with friends over the week end. The Ottosen public school will have two weeks' corn picking vacation, starting Monday, Oct. 19. Mr. and Mrs. E. Hofius and their daughters spent Sunday visiting relatives and friends near Lone Rock. Sunday dinner guests at the Percy Watnem home were Mrs. Mlts- ven and children and Mrs. Nessen and sons of Bode. Miss Blanche Henrikson, who is a teacher in Lone Rock, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Henrikson. Sunday dinner guests at the Sigura Risa home were Mr. and Mrs. Kirahner and family and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kilnseig of Clarion. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stone and son of Alta and Mr. ana Mrs. John Leihman of Jewell were Sunday dinner guests at the John Stone home. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Moviek entertained a group of friends Wednesday evening. The evening was spent in playing cards and at a late hour a delirious lunch was served. Those who attended were: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Telford. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Zinnel, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jacobson. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Wat- nem and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kinseth. Prepare for Winter Keep Motoring Pleasant \V> have Alcohol and 1'rentone for your radiator, and Winter Oils and Greaves. Keep your disposition happy. Champlin Products I'AUL ERNST, Owner South on 169 •s&yaa&&3&&&^^ John H, Eraser Democratic Candidate for County Supervisor First District Kossuth County Your support on Nov. 3 will be sincerely appreciated. 42-43* FARM LOANS 5 to 21 Years No Commission to Pay Liberal Options Edw. Capesius Algona, Iowa Office New Heise Bldg. Phone 390 39-tf For County Attorney Democratic Candidate Your voto and support will be greatly appreciated at the General Election Nov. 3. A University of Iowa law graduate. Born on farm in Kossuth where I have lived all my life. L. A. WINKEL 49-43 GILLETTE RALLY Algona High School Friday Evening October 23, 8 p. m. The Hon. Guy M. Gillette of Cherokee, candidate for United States Senate will address the meeting on the issues of the campaign. Everybody Welcome Read The Want Ads—It Pays. USED CARS 1935 Dodge coach 1934 Plymouth sedan 1934 Chev. panel deliv. 1935 Ford deluxe coach with trunk 1931 Dodge sedan 1929 Chevrolet coach 1932 Chevrolet coach 1929 Ford coach 1928 Fontiac coach 1930 Chevrolet pickup 1929 Dodge sedan EVEREADY PRESTONE Complete Wash and Grease Service New Dodge and Plymouth Cars Algona Auto Market W«t ot Court HmiM VOTERS MUST CHOOSE ROOSEVELT Performances Roosevelt— or LANDON Promises General Farm Program Landon— Payment* for specific performance designed to support fair price* and conserve Mil. f*roniis«t» u dole, which could only stimulate production at the expense of boil and market,. Co rn Hoosevelt— Loans Landon— Record of successful use of principle to support market and maintain supply. Hack to private credit and high interest rates of no use in supporting market. Roosevelt— Monetary Policies Landon- devaluation to make possible payment of debt in dollars equal in purchasing power to those borrowed on long time. to return tu gold standard which would mean deflationary policies the whole world is leaving. TO THE VOTER: IN VIEW OF THE FA( ELECTED WILL HAVE A FAVORABLE T THAT ROOSEVELT IF CONGRESS AND LANDON IF ELECTED IS SI T RE TO HAVE A DEMOCRATIC SENATE FOB THE NEXT FOl'R YEARS, DO \Ol r CHOOSE ROOSEVELT PERFORMANCE OR LANDON PROMISES i Iowa Farmers 9 Committee for Roosevelt

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