The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 20, 1936 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 20, 1936
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the Algona Upper Pea Moteea, Algona, Iowa, Oct. 3D, 1936 Bum a Real Economy Fuel This Winter! PEERLESS CChernacol) There Is only one time-fried fnel for all around general comfort nttd economy—4f» coat Yonli have a more comfortable home and never a worry about fancy gadgets to go wrong or break Just at the time yon need the heat the most Order Pc«rtem today at early fall low price* and Save! Botsford Lumber Co. Phone 256 Jiin Pool $8on&!ttoxeoice&xe^^ Like Stepping Out Of A "Band Box" BAND BOX Odorless CLEANING NV>w your clothes can really be cleaned. Our new equipment— the BAND BOX system—cleans and rejuvenates every type of garment Suits, coats and dresses of any kind of material are returned to you thorough clean, absolutely ODORLESS, with their sheen renewed and colors brightened. No more fear of fading, shrinking, lost and broken ornaments, damage or delay —Ours is a Superlative Cleaning Service, yet our prices are right. Start with us now—enjoy the satisfaction of perfect cleaning. 'At Your Service' Phone 267 KIRSCH'S LAUNDRY and DRY CLEANERS Mrs. Bratland Elected Head Of Ottosen Aid Ottosen: The Lutheran Ladles' Aid held its yearly meeting Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Peter Watneitt and Mrs. Percy Watnem as hostesses. The following officers were elected for the coming year: president, Mrs. M. Bratland; vice president, Mrs. George Satern; secretary. Mrs. Roy Jacobson and treasurer. Mrs. Storesund. P. T. A. Program The P. T. A. of the Ottosen consolidated school met Tuesday evening. The following program was given: song, third and fourth grades; quartet selection, high school string quartet; guitar solo, Eileen Schneider; vocal solo. Douglas Olson; talk, E. J. Hanson. After the business meeting refreshments were served. Honor Teachers The Ottosen Progressive club leld a party in honor of the teachers Thursday evening. They en- ioyed a theatre party. After the show they all gathered at the Oliver Kinseth home where refreshments were served. Iowa authors. 'Iowa's Place In the Son" was given. "History" toy Glsch. "Resources" was by Ethel Smith. "Famous People" of which several from Algona were mentioned was given by Mary Sarchett. A paper on "Advantages", written by Ida Winkle, Jr., waa read by Marie Bode. Martorte Reid was appointed as usher from the club to act at the federation meeting this week. A dainty lunch was served. The guests were the Mesdames Will Dodds, Delos Oafdr ner, Frank Crulkshank of Union) Miss Rose Potter and Mrs. Hazel Teeter from Cresco, Mrs. Peart Potter and Mrs. Harbert of Algona, (Rev. Wood's nieces, Misses Avis Wilson and Madson.) The next meeting will be at the home of Mabel TJaden with Minnie Sarchett as assisting hostess. A straw vote will be taken as the meeting falls near election. A talk is scheduled by Rev. Edge, Methodist pastor, of Algona. Music will be supplied by Marguerite Laage. AMERICA'S FINEST MATTRESS cr/ I. ESS THAN ONE CENT A NIGHT YOM can Treat Yourself to the FINEST SLEEP ON EARTH Yes* the cost of sleeping on America's Finest Mattress figures out to be leu than a penny a night I That's because of its remarkable Karr Spring Construction. — which carries the strongest guarantee ever given on any mattreas spring construction. The greatest Hotels and Hospitals, and the U. S. Government have acclaimed its amazing comfort and durability. Do try ill Keep your YouthiulnessI You get so many EXTRA values when you buy Spring- 'Afc $24* SO and up See Our Window Display Tim Week RICHARDSON Furniture Co. Shower A miscellaneous shower was given in honor of Mrs. Alfred Hoover Saturday afternoon in the school house. A good program was given. The bride received many beautiful and useful gifts. A delicious lunch was served. Peter and Percy Watnem were Fort Dodge callers Saturday. Freeman Hanson left Monday for Clarion where he will be employed. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Holt and daughters were Algooa callers on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Erick Dahl and son, Jscar. visited relatives in Clarion ruesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Stone attend- d the funeral of Rev. Leinbacb at ielmond. Wednesday. Miss Luella Hinz, who has been working at the W. H. Wehrspann ome. returned to her home in Lu- Verne, Sunday. Misses Dorothy, Jesse, and Vera fan Buskirk and Jack Bakke visited relatives and friends in Des foines over the week end. Miss Charlotte Kinseth returned o Omaha after visiting a few days last week at the home of her par- nts. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Kinseth. Entertains 17 At Children's Party Union: Mrs. Robert Harvey entertained seventeen children Friday evening at a birthday dinner in honor of her son. Jimmy's seventh birthday. The playmates from his school in District No. 5 were the fruests after school until dinner. Games were enjoyed on the lawn. Guests present were Esther and Junior Will. William Kohl. Ralph Taylor. Clarice Campney. Betty and Letty Sarchett Benlta Reid, Chas.. Virginia. Patty. Bobbie and Jim my Miittag. Bernard and Helen Jacobs. Gene Loss and Miss Steussy. his teacher. Other guests were his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zanke. Hurt, Mr. and Mrs. John Jacobs of Union, Mrs. John Caughlin of Algona. The children were seated at one long table decorated in green and white. A large birthday cake centered the table which was also decorated with green candies and candles. UNION NEWS Mike Stoffel missed a couple of lays of school last week due to illness. Ida Stoffel has been assisting Mrs. Peter Erpelding the past week. The Frank and Arthur Cruikshank family were guests Sunday it the Arthur Jackman home near Lotts Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gould were jrueote Sunday evening at tiu home of Mrs. Gould's parents In Cresco ownsblp, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Arn- lorfer. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Keefe and the liter's sister drove down from rVinnebago, Minn., last week on Thursday and visited Leo's mother, *rs. Mary Keefe. Union Ciub Meet* The Union Mothers and Daughters club was entertained at the home of Mrs. Veda McArthur just south of Irvington Thursday afternoon, Oct. 8th. There was a large attendance, it being an ideal fall day. Cora Reid of Union assisted n entertaining. Iowa waa the subject for the afternoon. Roll call waa answered by quotations from Ruth Black spent the week end with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. aul Black. Mrs. Fred Geigel entertained the nembers of her bridge club at her lome last Friday afternoon. Marjorie Johnson, teacher in the Schultz school, had an enforced vacation last week due to illness. Rural school teachers from this ocality attended a county institute teld at the Algona high school last Saturday. The Tony Sorensen family mov- d Friday from the Rich Point elevator house to a small farm west of Algona. The house at Rich 'olnt has been sold by the Farmers Elevator Co. and will be moved into Algona- Lyle Faith, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Faith, was return* ed home last week from the Iowa Zity hospital, where he had been for treatment. Steve Loss, Jr., brother of Mrs. Faith, went nfter the child. CBeaaemcseBoeoaogeeeeegeeaeeeaaoaoecaa LOOK WHAf'S GOING ON At O n r 'G r I- .11 _ ' MANUFACTURER'S i Cooper. Mivr SALE Richpoint News 93W SEXTON NEWS Only a Peiv Days Left liiwiil "I" littery 79c U V* B*. ItADf » TOW OCD RADIO TUIIS 19c The Sexton Ladies' Aid held their supper and bazaar in the hall here Thursday evening with a large at- endance. Around J110 were taken n. Mrs. Leo Steven and daughter, Huriel, Fenton, spent Thursday with relatives and friends in Sex- ion and attended the supper and bazaar Thursday night. Mrs. Lloyd Steven, Mapleton. Minn., who came to attend the funeral of her sister, Mrs. Ed Hammond, Thursday, remained with har mother. Mrs. Sarah Wise, for a few days' visit. Mrs. James McEnroe and granddaughter, Judy Pugh, are spending the week in Des Moinea with her daughter, Mrs. Lyle Pugh, who is employed in the office of State Comptroller C. B. Murtagh. Mrs. Wm. Albright and family attended the funeral of Mrs. Albright's niece, Mrs. Erwin Turner at Good Hope church. Friday afternoon. The Fred Plumbs also attended the funeral. They were former neighbors. Mrs. Sarah Wise and family and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steven who came from Mapleton, Minn., wen to Swea Cjty Thursday for the fun eral of Mrs. Wise's daughter, Mrs Ed Hammond, who died Tuesday a her home near Swea City. Mrs Hammond waa a sister of Mrs Steven. Funeral services were hel at the Methodist church in Swet City and burial was in the Brit cemetery. Mrs,. Hammond suffer e<i a stroke several weeks ago an pneumonia set in last week Wed nebday. MM. WAI. Ellis went to Lorn- bard, Hi., last week for a visit with Met daughters, Alice and Mrs. Nellie O'Connell. Mrs. Fred Hint, Jr., Mrs. J. M Wiggins and Mrs. Jerome Colwell, Livertnore, were guests at the Presbyterian Aid meeting at the home of Jennie Mason Wednesday. Mrs. F. fiason and Oscar Eason, Alton, and the Rev. Bert Van Zyl, Chicago, were guests at the Dr. A. J. Eason home Wednesday. Mrs. Eason ia the doctor's mother and Oscar is his brother. Mrs. Carrie Coteman, Louise Coleman and Mrs. A. J. Eason went to Fort Dodge Thursday afternoon to meet Mrs. Coleman'a daughter, Mrs. Robert Mitchell, who came from her home in Long Beach, California, for a visit. Mrs. Edw. Dehnert, Mrs. Archie Sanford and Mrs. V. V. Schuldt were hostesses to the Methodist Aid on Tuesday Instead of Wednesday, the rgeular meeting date because the aid was invited to attend a meeting at Ccrwith Wednesday. Mrs. W. F. Godfrey who had an operation at the Park hospital, Mason City last week Atonday, was brought to her home Thursday to recuperate. It is reported that Al Wllley, who Is ill at Fort Dodge, was worse the first of last week, and was not able to go to Tacoma as planned. Birthday parties were held re cently for two children-here. Nor ma Jean Hanselman was eight an< about 30 of her little friends am her teacher were* entertained after school at the Hanselman home Jackie Farrell was seven Saturday and he had fourteen of his friends spend the afternoon with him. At both parties refreshments were served and the honrees received gifts. A business arrangement was completed recently whereby Lyell Engel Is now manager of the Standard gas station. Arnold Sanders has been operating It and also the bulk station but has found that it was more than one could do sucess- fully. Mr. Engel has been employed as attendant at the station for the past year and when the opportunity came, decided to lease it from Mr. Sanders. A large number of LuVerne club women attended meetings of the eighth district at Algona Wednesday and Thursday of lost week. As their share in entertaining, the three elate here were assigned the making of the badges. They were a small copy of the map of Iowa IA the county club colors with a stiver star to represent Kostuth county and finished with a bow or cellophane ribbon. More than 400 were made. Mrs. Carrie Coleman was hostess to the Tuesday club last week with thirteen members »nd one guest, Louise Coleman, Waterloo, present. The meeting was along a patriotic line. Miss Anna Wotto gave a talk on Jlag Etiquette andJFlorence Hof gave the reading, "The Red White and Blue." The meeting closed with the flag salute. The hostess, assisted by her daughter served a dainty lunch. The next meeting win be held at the home of Mrs. Ed Hof in two weeks. The Good Will club met Thursday afternoon In LuVerne at the Julius Stripling home with Mrs Harry Chrlstenson, assistant hostess. Favorite songs were named for roll call and after a short bus- ness meeting over which Mrs. Walter Lentz presided a social hour was enjoyed with Mrs, Fred LenU In charge of two contests. The rest of the afternoon was spent sewing on a quilt which will be quilted at an all-day meeting at :he home of Mrs. Emma Guyson 3ct 29. A covered dish lunch will je served. Football Flayers Win Enjoy It, Too satpaatptpaQQ^ H. W.POST Dray and Transfer W ITH a Superfex Heat-Director you get oil heat at Its best. Patented ihutten direct the heat where you want it. Burnt) low-cost fuel oil. Connects to flue like ordinary stove. No machinery. Heat responds instantly to setting of dial. No wasted fuel. No extremes of heat and cold. Attractive modern design, beautifully finished- in porcelain enamel. Several sizes. A product of Perfection Slave Company. Thousands already in use more than six years. Let us demonstrate. 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