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The Algona Upper Dee Ittoiaeft, AJgona, Iowa, Kqv. 3> 1986 Woman's Unb Guest Day— . The Algrona Woman's club will have Its first guest day of the year on Frlttey, November 6. InteH6r Decoration IS to be featured. The program chairman, Mrs. H. E. "Woodward, had secured Decorators' Exhibits from Marshall Field. Chicago, Daytons of Minneapolis and Younkera of- Des Moines. LocaJ firms cooperating by loan- Big rnaterlals are? Sorenssn Drug, Christensen Bros., ChrischlUes ft Herbst, F. S. Morton A Son, Bota- ford Lumber Co. and Foster's Furniture. Normal Training Party— The members of the Normal Training club of the Algona high school were entertained, Thursday evening by Esther Seefeld at a Hallowe'en party. The club consists of members of the junior and senior class taking the normal training course. Hattie Wilson was also a guest. The evening was Spent playing bunco, and prizes were won by Hattie Wilson and Elvira Geishecker. A delicious lunch was served. Hallowe'en Party- Nine of her little friends were guests of Ardls Kresensky. Saturday evening at a 6:30 dinner and Hallowe'en party., Guests were . Marilyn Keen. Joan Txiwe, Ruth Baldwin. Arlene Bast, Miriam Norton, June Ann Scanlon. Mary Anderson, Lorraine Loper and Eliiabeth Ann Skilling. The guests were in costume. After dinner Hallowe'en games were played. Parish Party- There was a St. Thomas Episcopal meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chet Williams, Friday evening. Following a business meeting bridge was played. Priies went to Mrs. Claire Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Gardner, and Carl Van Hoven. Secret Marriage Wayne Riddle and Lorraine Lat- tlmer, who were wed September 8. at Canton. South Dakota, has been announced. They were married at a double wedding ceremony with Veryla Schmidt and Thelma Sanke. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Riddle and Lorraine la the daughter of Mrs. Sidney Spear. Bridge Club Meets- Mrs. John Hardgrove entertained her eight bridge club members on Thursday evening at her home. Mrs. Hugh Post won first prize, Mrs. Louis Lynk received the consolation prize, and the travel prize went to Mrs. R. W. Rocder. Mrs. A. J. Schnepf was a guest of the club. DANCE: Joe Sanders and Hi* Nlghthawks CY7D IT BAIAJBOOM O \J IV. JC CLBAB LAKE .Thursday, Nov. 5 Advance Tickets SUM On sole in Algona until Nov. S at Barry* Pool Hall or send mail order* to the Surf. Door price $L23 per person tax incl. Dollar Specials Wed., Thura., Fri. All Beef home killed Hamburger (1 8 Ibs. «H Iowa Maid Oat Meal Ige. pkgs. reg. 25c $ 5 for 6 cans peas and carrots, 6 cans Lima Beans Entertain at Ti Mrs. C. L. Ingersoll and Mrs. M. W. Schwietert entertained at a benefit tea Monday afternoon for the Woman's Home Missionary society of the Methodist church at the home of the latter. Twenty ladies were present and spent th,e time socially. Celebrates Birthday- Little Jerry Ludwig. son of Mr. and Mrs. Myron Ludwig. celebrated his sixth birthday, nt a party, at his home Saturday, October 31. There were 15 little guests present. Hallowe'en games were plnyed. p.ntl n lunch was served. One O'clock Luncheon— Mrs. W. L. Jensen entertained a group of eight women at a one o'clock luncheon honoring Mrs. Bert Pritchard of Onawa. guest of Mrs. E. V. Pierce. Thursday afternoon. The guests spent a socia afternoon. Koffee Klatch— " Mrs. J. W. Sullivan was hostess to the members of her club, the Koffee Klatch, Friday afternoon, honoring her guest, Mrs. Lydta Cole of Hollywood. California. A socia] afternoon was enjoyed. Guild Meeting^-" The Sti Thomas Episcopal Guild met nt the home of Mrs. Glenn Shore. Friday afternoon. There was a business meeting, followed by n social afternoon. Lunch was served. Mrs. Fred Park entertained the members of her Dessert club Friday afternoon at the county farm. Recent Algona Bride Mrs. Delmar McFadden, above, was the former Arlene Jones of Algona. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jones of Llvermore. The couple will live in Algona. Cut courtesy Des Moines Register. Social Calendar SPECIAL Any $1.25 assortment of any items in the store (except sugar) for $1.00 cash with order. Limited to $1 purchase per person. Sorensen Grocery Co. Phones 138 and 13» Tuesday, November Z— The Pre-school Study group will meet today (Tuesday) at the home of Mrs. Carlisle Becker. They will listen to the radio program on Child Study from Ames. The members of the O. E. S. will meet tognlght (Tuesday) at the Masonic Temple at a regular meeting at 7:30 sharp. Wednesday, November 3— The Sunday school teachers meet Wednesday at 7:30 at the Sellstrom home. Thursday, November 4— The First Lutheran Ladies' Aid meets on Thursday afternoon at 2:30 in the church parlors with Mesdames Harry Spongberg, Geo. Miller and Theodore Thompson, the hostesses. The pupils of Plum Creek District 6 will present a , program at the Sexton hall, Thursday evening, November S. Lunch will be sold following the program. Helen PaeU is the teacher. The Baptist Aid meets Thursday with Mrs. Irving Urch. The Methodist Ladies' Aid will meet at the church Thursday for a 1:15 luncheon to be served by Mrs. Raymond Reid's committee. The ladies from Doan, Sexton and Wesley churches are to be guests. The Presbyterian Helping Hand society meets Thursday at the church. Hostesses will be Men- dames Lester Willson, H. L. Turner. Clyde Smith. H. J. Bacon, Wm. Turner and M. W. Ferguson. The Trinity Lutheran Ladies' Aid meets Thursday afternoon in the church with Mrs. Walter Will as hostess. I'rirtay, November 6— District No. 8 Union township will have a program Friday, November 6, at the (Joed Hope church. Pauline Black is the teacher. A 1 ich will be sold. .Saturday, November 7— There will be a St. Thomas Epia- > opal Guild supper at the Legion Hall, Saturday, November 7. The public is invited. Tuesday, November 10— The Alguna 1). A. R. will meet Tuesday, November 10, for a one o'clock luncheon at the Ferguson home. The committee in charge j %vill he Mrs .los Cosgrnve. Kll;t Thompson, Mrs. Clair Anderson :»nd Kll.i Lewis. The program will tie in charge of Bernue .Norton a PU'-. x t of tile i hdpter. \\><lnr*day, NovmlM-r 11— W. <\ T. U. iruiht ni;zht will be November 11. at the Presbyterian • •hurrh. A c overt'! liibh su[)[/tr will i)o fulloweii by u i/rograrn. FISHERS ATTEND GRAND LODGE OF ODD FELLOWS B.B. FOR LONE ROCK Fine Program Given at Parent-Teachers' Meet ing on Monday Also Spend Some Time Visiting Relatives in South Dakota Titonka: Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Fisher returned Monday afternoon from the Grand Lodge session of Odd Fellows at Burlington, and over the week end visited with their son, Robert and family of Des Moines. In company with Mrs. B. G. Dorothy and Mrs. Lloyd Record of San Jacinto, California, they left Tuesday for Beresford. Montrose and Sioux Falls. South Dakota, to visit relatives, returning home Wednesday. Mrs. Dorothy and Mrs. Record are sisters of Mrs. Fisher. They had been visiting since Saturday with the John Boyken and Kenneth Fisher families while waiting the return of the J. F. Fishers from Burlington. The sisters left Thursday by auto for St. Paul to take a bus for Detroit, ivhere they will pet two Chryslers o drive back to California. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Barton northeast of town had as their guests, Mrs. Barton's brother and family of Belmond. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hansen and ittle daughter, Kren Kay of Hutchins were here Saturday evening attending the opening of the Callies Bros, store. Mrs. C. V. Pendergast and Mrs. M. S. Craven left Monday morn- Ing for points in South Dakota to visit relatives. The ladles expect to be away about ten days. W. J. Denton, Titonka,, Jim Hansen, Hut chins, and Lester Cal- lles, Kanawha, hunted ducks Sunday at Wall Lake near Kanawha. They reported plenty of ducks and iiinters. Miss Alice Sartor returned Monday from Chicago after a three- months' stay where she was tak- ng care of the practice of a podiatrist while she was touring in 3urope. Doyle Reaser, son of Mrs. Florence Reaser, and Dawn Bonacker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Bonacker, are quarantined for the scarlet fever and the Harvey Gralam children for chickenpox. Earl Stott purchased a grocery store at Klemme and he will hold (arm sale at his place east and north of town Nov. 12th. Mr. and Mrs. Stott and son, Keith, will move at once to their new home d take possession N'ov. 15th. Mr. Ingebretson of Forest City, butcher, Kenneth Fisher and Miss Annabelle Sachau, are the clerks at the Callits Bros, new store, which opened for business Friday. The brothers were well pleased with the patronage they received and wiah to thank those who help- t/J make the opening a success. Lone Rock: The following basketball games have been scheduled for the Lone Rock boys' and girls' tennis, during the 1939-37 season: Nov. 13—Armstrong here. Nov. 17—Whittemore here. Nov. 20—Ledyard there. Nov. 24—Burt here. Dec. 1—Bancroft here. Dec. 4—Seneca here. Dec. 8—Ringsted there. Dec. 11—iFenton there. Dec. 15—Burt there. Jnnuary 5—Ringsted here. .Tan. 8—Seneca there. Jan. 12--Whittemore AraoVmy there. Jan. 15—Fenton here. Jan. 19—Bancroft her*.' Jan. 22-23-24—County glris' tour- nnmcnt, Ledyard. Jan. 28-29-30—County boys' tournament, Algona. Keb. 19—Ledyard here. Feb. 26—Armstrong here. The girls' first team will play 11 ;amcs. and the second team 7. The boys have 18 games scheduled. Celebrate Birthday* At School Party A combined Hallowe'en party and birthday party for two of the.mem •bers 6t tH« school, gave members of the Union NO. 4 school a Bios enjoyable gathering last Friday, a the Call park shelter house. The birthdays were those of Jer aid Schenck, 11, and Lee Schftnch^ 9. sons of Mr. and Mrt. Alfred Schench. Other members of the school an Frederick Will, Harold Petef, Rich ard Wllrttt, Ruby Alt, Dortrta Jan* Willrett and Paul and Raymond Schenck. Krm. Gertrude Ackerman, a former teacher of thi school, nrade the birthday cake. Entertainment included games, a treasure hunt and a dinner. Parent-Teachers Meeting The Parent-Teachers' meeting was held at the school boose Monday evening. The program consisted of the following: piano solo, Miss Helen Hueser, Algona; violin solo, Mr. Hueser, accompanied on the piano by Miss Hueser: Mr. Hueser also gave a talk on Music and the progress in that line. The hostesses were Mesdames Frank Householder. L. B. Hollister, S. M. Gladstone. A. A. Krueger, W. G. Flaig. Emil Kraft, W. J. Cotton, Clarence Ackerson, Jim Ackerman, Fred Genrich. Jack Quinn, William Knoll. Charles Blerle. Fred Flaig and Mrs. C. M. Gross. Mr. and Mrs. William Poole made a business trip to Des Moines Thursday. Elma Kruegcr spent Friday visiting at the Clarence Theesfleld home in Fenton. Kobhaas & Spilles Hardware, of Algona installed a new oil burner n the Sharp pool hall, Thursday. The American Legion Auxiliary will meet at the home of Mrs. Fred Dransfeldt, Friday afternoon, Nov. 6th. Mrs. Raymond Bierstcdt and son, Donald spent the week end visiting at the C. E. Slgsbee home near Burt. Arnold Kressin and Mr. Tarr of Barney. North Dakota, arrived on Sunday for a visit at the Walter Krause home. The Calvin Householder family moved into the W. C. Heiter house a block west of main street, this past week end. The members of the faculty began work on a play, "Beans On a String", this week, to be given in the near future. The sewing circle met at the home of Mra. LJlIie Thompson, on Wednesday evening. Eleven persons were present. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Thompson and two children. Carol Ann and Wiilard were Sunday guests it the James Long home. Mrs. Merwyn Marlow and son, Merrll Faye, returned home Tuesday. They had spent the past week visiting in' Minneapolis with relatives. The Goetsch Motor Company received a carload of 1937 Chevrolets recently. John Waite. student at Iowa State College, Ames, spent the week end here with hla parents. C. H. Geronsln returned borne last week Monday after several days' visit with relatives at Clinton ami Eldorn. Mrs. Harry Haase and daughter, Shirley Mne. Mrs. Peter Hayenga, Lester and Glen Hayenga visited relatives In Des Mofnes a few days last week. Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod and Mrs. Dan Weisbrod and daughter spent from Tuesday to Thursday with the former's daughter, Mrs. Hugo Denker at Lester, Iowa. Lyle Newel of this place accompanied by Warren Newel of Hartley went to Ames Friday evening and attended the homecoming football game between Oklahoma and Iowa State on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Schwart* entertained the couple's bridge club on Thursday evening. Mrs. F. P. Newel received high prize. Chas. Newel second high and Ernest Rnske consolation. Mrs. Henry Reimers and Axel Peterson played (or absent members. Fenton people recently learned of the death of Mrs. Lyle F. Block of Long Beach, California, on August 17th. She had suffered a long time from cancer. Mr. and Mrs. Block formerly operated the Fenton telephone office. Mr. Block and daughter, Ada Mary, survive. Twenty Years News SURPRISE PARTY FOR MRS. GERHARD Maay Other Social Af fairs Given During the Week at Fenton Fenton: Mrs. W. V. Yager amd Mrs, Amos Finnestad entertainefi at a birthday surprise party lasl week Monday evening In honor of their cousin, Mrs. Dorothea Gerhard. Mrs. George Jent* was assisting hostess. Bridge was played at four tables at the Henry Reimers home with Mrs. C. F. Wegner winning high prize. Mrs. O. Bailey draw prize and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber the consolation prize. Mrs. Gerhard received a gift. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Wallace entertained at a dinner Friday ev enlng in honor of their daughter, Wanda's second birthday anniversary. Guests included Wanda's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Wallace and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boettcher, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hintz and their families and Ruth Dreyer. Wanda received a number of gifts. Birthday Party For Ohms Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ohm attended a birthday party In honor of Mr. Ohm's father, Herman Ohm, Sr. Monday evening at the John Schallln home in Lotts Creek. Mr. Ohm Is 87 years old and enjoys good health and la very activ*. Sewing Circle Entertained Mrs, Harry Widdell entertained her sewing circle Wednesday afternoon. Guests were Mrs. Carrie Haas*. Mrs. Clarence Theesfleld, Mrs. Emma Reeder, Mrs. Howard Reeder and Mrs. B. K. Bahnson. Attend Banquet at M. C. H. E. Reimers and Henry Berg- iofer, employees of the Thompson Yards, attended a banquet at Maion City Wednesday ' evening, iponsored by the American Steel Fence Co. Bridge Club Entertained Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Zumach en- ertained the bridge supper club on Tuesday evening. The home and able decorations were in keeping with Hallowe'en. Mr. and Mrs. iownrcl Reeder won th^ high icore prizes. meeting at UM how» of Lota er? Oct 2*t». Mefnbira answered roll call by *W>ng £**£•«$* musical »6tctt*»* . SWIowft* th« business meeting, Margaret Dnn- kelbwg, howe iieinoittfcjtten agent, began new matte study tor the year. The name of tft* study ia "MftfeMng Through History." Two marches, "Funeral 4 March" by Chopin and "Festival Marclt fraro Tnnnhansetf' by ' Wagwer, W** studied. The girls also learned an English folk dance, "GWen Sleeves." Th* next meetfng Will be held Nov. Si at the home of LaVoniie Prlebe. S. A. Schwartz and son, Karl; went to Ames Saturday for the footbftlT game. James Schwartz and Harold Newel, students, at the Iowa State College, accompanied them home for the week end. BRIARDALE COFFEE Regular 30c 1%. DOLLABDAYB »LOO MOE&SJOGREN "V Apples Jonathan extra fancy, .10 Ibs. _ BALDWIN FOOD MARKET Your IGA Store $1 Day Special 20 Ibs AXLE GREASE in galvanized hog pan 'LOO , v« I NELSON HDWE. 4 H Girls Meet The 4-H club girls of Independ- nce township held their October PURESORGHUM Regular 90c value DOLLAB DAYS 8Qc MOE&SJOGREN r\ $1 Day Special $1WSCOUKT i on any Goteman. lamp lantern, gas or electric iron NELSON HDWE. 19c SALE Mayflower Tomatoes _2 No. 2 cans 19c Calumet Bkg. Powder 16 oz. can 19c Corn, Mayflower, sugar 2 No. 2 cans 19c Extract, Jack Sprat 2 oz. bottle 19c Apricots, Jack Sprat No. 2£ can 19c Rolled Oats, Jack Sprat Ige. pkg. 19c Pancake Flour, Jack Sprat 3 \ Ib. bag 19c Buckwheat Flour, Jack Spt 3| Ib. bag 19c Pears, Jack Sprat Bartlett No. 2 12 can 19c Cracker, Mayflower, soda .2 Ib. pkg. 19c Cake Flour, Jack Sprat ,44 oz. pkg. 19c Peaches, J. S., sliced or halves 2£ can 19c Sani-Flush can 19c P, & G. Soap 5 giant bars 19c ToHet Tissue, Ambassador - -5 rolls 19c Anderson's Jack Sprat Food Store Miriam Norton, daughter of Mr. .•X.M! Mrs. Milton Norton, entertained at a Hallowe'en party, on Thur.>iii»y evening Twtnty little girls were present. Hallowe'en garne^ were played and there waa a treasure hunt. Mrs. Norton s«rv- >.'! a 6:iO Iur.tr.. Mr= Dolph MiJter entertained 20 : ieiti at -A kitthen ahower honor- s-.g Btrnice WiUon. who will be married this mor.'.h to Vaughan f'.jsir.g. Tht *hfcwcr was on Friday afternoon and the afternoon -.vs., aj/cr.t informally. Blondina Erpelding Honored At Shower Union : A shower honoring Miss Blondina Erpelding, daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. John Erpelding, who live near Rich Point, wai given at the Academy Hall, Sunday, Nov. 1 Around 125 ladle* enjoyed the afternoon playing five hundred. Mrs. Frank Capesiua won high score. The gift* Mixs Erpelding received were both beautiful and numerous Those assisting in serving were Mesdames Nick ICrieps, George Knepa. E. A. Schemel, Misses Itose and Christine Arend, Kathryn Miller, Misses HUbert and a Miaa Arend, daughter of John Arend of Wesley. Miss Erpelding will wed Sylvester Sitzman of Kingsley and have invited their friends to a wedding dance to be given at the L O. O F. Hall Nov. 10th. KoMuth HospiUI News Wednesday, October 28—Lura Hewick of Foreat City entered as a medical patient. Wednesday, October 28—Mrs. Henry Bunkofske gave birth to a baby boy. Sunday, November 1—Mildred Richardson of Algona had a cast put on. Thf city council at ito me»Ung had passed on the proposed paving tor the coming year. Fifty blocks were to be paved and the paving was to be '24 feet bstween the curbs. This city was to be the best paved town of its size in the state. • • » One hundred and twenty-fix of our progressive, energetic citizens had attended the Commercial Club banquet, and everyone present had felt that it was one of th* beat meetings that they had had. A. H. Melville of Madison had delivered a splend.'d address in which he raid. "Communities arc awaken ing to tho f let. that a community .-•elfishncss rather than the old- lime individual selfishness 1s absolutely necessary to progress and achievement. Competition is .\nd i.-iust be between towns, and the individuals wiiMrt the town must break away from their petty jea'- ousies and the'r disagreement* and wcrk for betttr things." • * * Mrs. Moore,' who WM a resident on North Dodge street, unfortunately had lost her purse which contained MO. She had vlslteo the bank and had cashed a check tor that amount which she had placed in a hand bag. Between the bank und the Goeders' store the purs? was lost. • • • An automobile accident had occurred near the Mann garage and John Lang's fine new Chevrolet had been badly damaged, because Fiank Mann had run into him with his Dodge. One side of the Chevrolet had been mashed in, feudera, running board and doors. Of course John had laid it to Frank dnd Frank had thought John had had hi* eyes on something be i: le-i the road- At any rate a nice looking lady had been passing at thai I-me ana the general opinion hac been that neither had been pay*r.g any aU.er.Uon to business. • • » The declamatory, contest ha< been held at the high school will all contestants doing excel len wcrk. Chester Falkenhaiuer ha' wo i first in the oratorical ci •*:> Frances Quinn in dramatics anJ Roland Paine in humorous. 1 quart of pure MAPLE SYROP 59c 1 gallon $1.73 MOE&SJOGREN PIONEEBS—OLD TIM£B£ The Aigona L'pptr De» Moines is compiling a list of living pion- j cind interesting information about old tunes in Kossuth County—those who have lived in the county twenty-five years or more. We are inviting you. if you have lived in Kossuth County 25 year* or more to send in your name, or the name of any friend, relative, or neighbor that may b« qualified to enter our list of pioneers. We will welcome atones of old timers, old time*, old landmarks, and so forth. Send your namea to the Upper Des Moines. or give them to any member of our staff We A-ould appref lit* the foilowmg information about our pion- ('a.-.-.e U) K/xsauih ia Present Age liberating e*f.t* A bo-it Earli*r Kos&uth County Life: (If mor» space to needed, writ* op » jjjBajte »bi»* of paper.) Navy Beans 16 Ibs. $1.00 Council Oak GRAPEFRUIT Large Texas seedless 10 for 39c BALDWIN FOOD MARKET Your IGA Store > 1 ' DOLLAR DAYS ' OUR SPECIAL 20% off on all Hot Water Heaters GREENBERG AUTO SUPPLY $1 Day Special 1 large size leather HORSE HALTER NELSON HDWE. DOLLAR DAYS Farina, Breakftut Food S If. can* Potatoea S Iba. Crackers I fc. P. Q. C«Oee Total value $130 all for '1.00 at ABUTS 'tfraqaxgyiffceffOCT^^ Otto FalkenhaJner had spent th week end at Rock ford, Illinois with Helen who was taking course at Rock ford Collage. • • « Druggist "Bob" James had »pent several days in the southern part of the state, and had reported that every man in that section was strong for Harding. * * • The Ueorge Johnson family la Plum Creek had been increased by the arrival of a pretty girl baby, whom they had named Olive Marjorie Johnson. • • » U. T. Smith wa* back in Algona to help his ton-ln-law in his building operation*. "Dunt" had spent six years in Bebnond and for the past year had baan living with his sister at Irvington. His many old friends were glad to have him back In Algona * • • Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ckrifrt had returned from a (our weeks wedding trip and hi id visited friends and relatives at Moarof, Wisconsin, Milwaukee. Minneapolis, St. Paul. Peoria, Illinois, Cedar Rapids and several other place*. BJEADEK OOMMKNT Haguard & Waller, Algona, Iowa. Dear Sirs: Enclosed find check tor (2.50. Please extend my subscription for another year to Algona Upper DCS Moine* and Koatutb County Advance. Have read the AlKona papers over half a century and like the two paper* a week plan veer much- Yoao vwrjr «u»y, B. W- CALL Theatre Piru-Ht in Entertainment Tuesday Matinee 2 ; :{(), Ni^ht 7:If> und 1):15 Jack Benny Big Broadest* 11 O'clock Midnight Show U P. M. Election Return* from our Stage—County, State and Nation Complete change of picture pro gram every 30 minute*. Come any Time. Wednesday and Thursday, Nov. 4-5 Daily matinees 2;30 A MIDSUMMER NIGHTS DREAM UilVIA In HAVii.UNU • vlt'iUK jOhf • ,»Nil jtAfo MUiK • tiui-H rtrHBtKi • t«ANr. Prices 10-26-

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