The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 3, 1936 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, Nov. 3,1936 Blondina Erpelding Honored At Shower At Academy Sunday Union : A shower honoring MUs Btondina Erpeldlng, daughter of Ar. and Mrs. John Erpelding, who live near Rich Point, was given At the Academy Hall, Sunday, Nov. 1. Around 125 ladles enjoyed the afternoon playing five hundred. Mrs. Capealua won high score. tlie gifts Miss Erpelding received were both beautiful and numerous. Those assisting In serving wore Mesdames Nick Krleps, George Krleps, E. A. Scheme!, Misses Rose and Christine Arend, Kathryn Miller, Misses Hilbert and a Miss Arend, daughter of John Arend of Wesley. Mm Erpelding will Wed Sylvester Sltzman of Kingsley and have invited their friends to a wedding dance to be given at the I. O. O. F. Hall Nov. 10th. LUVERNEMAN TUESDAY Herbert Smith Passes, Leaving Widow and One Son pX8XCfO&te&^^ Wonder If This Winter Will Be As Cold As Last Winter? How many times have you heard that question asked? How many different predictions have you heard? The Truth Is, We Just Don't Know So the common sense thing to do is to get ready for a real winter, because the winter season in northern Iowa has always been plenty cold. We have u complete line of GLOW BOY ami EAY BOY heaters that have been handled in this community for the past EIGHTEEN YEARS and have proven their worth and aro known as the outstanding circulating heater on the market today. You absolutely do not take any chances when you buy one of these heaters, and you are assured of real comfort regardless of what kind of a winter we have in store. You owe it to yourself and family to be com fortable during the cold period of the year, and with the very low rate payment plan we are able to supply you with, there is no reason why you cannot enjoy the comforts of a heated home this winter. Come in and talk it over and we are sure that we can figure a plan for you so that your name can be added to the evergrowing list of satisfied users of GLOW BOY and HAY BOY house warmers. Nelson Hardware ALGONA, IOWA LuVerne: Death came as a release from months of pain and suffering to Herbert Smith last week Tuesday night. For several years he has taken care of the school building and grounds but last March ill health caused Mm to give up the work. Funeral services were held at the home and at the Methodist church with the Rev. V. V. Schuldt In charge. Mrs. Opal Bourne, Algona, who had made her homo with the Smiths when she was n teacher in the L>u- Vernc sichools, sang "Face to Face" She was accompanied by Corrlne Smith. A male quartette, Harold Turpin, Merle Eggleston, Dwighl Baker, ami the Rev. V. V. Schuldl sang "Peace, Perfect Peace." Free Schneider, Julius Stripling, Mert Barton, Lloyd Smith. Jesse Linde- I bak and Dr. T. L. Williams served as casket bearers. . Mr. Smith was born in 1873 at I Anawa, III., and moved with his parents In 1883 to the vicinity of LuVerne. In 1895 he was united in marriage to Edith Schweigcr and one son, Hoyt, was born to :his union. These, with two broth- •rs. Frnnk and Cecil and one sister, Mrs. Millie Noonan, all from Livermore, and six grandchildren and other relatives and friends survive to mourn his death. ft stunt by a group of men depict- rtg the place of the Aid society in the church. After some gnmcs, refreshments were served. Present plans are for these church nights to be held every month. Chas. Murray, Gladstone, Mich., Clubs Meet The Tuesday oub and the Progressive Women's club met respectively at the Edw. Hof and Harold Phillips homes last week. The paper read by Mrs. Henry Peitzke was on the subject, "Government and Citizenship and reports of the Eighth District Federation meeting were given by Mrs. Peitzke, Mrs. A. C. Evans. Florence Hof and Hulda Fritzemcier. Mrs. Robert Mitchcl. Long Beach, gave a tiilk on California and In a straw vote. Jjftndon was noted as the choice of the members for president. Guests besides Mrs. Mitchell were Mrs. John Brink and Mrs. John Voss, Jr. The Progressive Women's club met on Thursday afternoon on account of Mr. Smith's funeral on Friday. Am- eriran authors and their writings were named for roll call and Mrs. VVilma Mosher had the subject for a very interesting paper. As Mrs. Phillips is leaving soon for her new home in Dows, she was presented witli a gift from the club. Fourteen members and two guests, Mrs. K. C. Schroeder, Cedar Falls, and Mrs. Harvey Nelson, Lakota, were present. . , spent several days last week with his sister, Anna Murray. The Byron Henrys, Brattleboro, Vermont, arrived last week for a visit with relatives here. Mrs. Fred Eels, Los Angeles, and Mrs. Henry Tilson, Livermore, called on former friends here Wednesday. Word has been received here of the birth of a son October 19 to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Habeger. West Bend. Mrs. Habeger was formerly Elizabeth Ruger. The Rev. E. R. Walter family attended the funeral last week Tuesday of a nephew at Boxholm. The lad who was about twelve, had been ill for some time. Mrs. R. A. Mitchell. Ixong Beach, California, and W. B. Coleman. of Flint, Michigan, left Wednesday after a visit with their mother, Mrs. Carrie Coleman and brother, H. B. Coleman. Miss Jennie Mason was pleasantly surprised by a number of relatives last Tuesday evening, the occasion being her birthday. The evening was spent socially with rook being played at three tables. Mrs. Rosa Steussy had as guest? last week, Mrs. Bertha Posey and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Posey, Green City, Missouri. These guests and Mrs. Steussy went to Stuart. Minn, the first of the week and visited another sister. They also visited relatives at Clarion. Mrs. F. I. Chapman returned on Thursday from Omaha where she had visited her son, Leo Chapman. The Leo Chapman family is moving to Seattle, Washington, where Mr. Chapman will be assistant salesmanager for Blake, Moffitt & Towne, a paper company. Mrs. T. L. Williams, Mrs. Lloyd Zentner and Mrs. John Farrell will be hostesses to the Methodist Aid Wednesday, November 4. The Presbyterian ladies met at the country home of Mrs. Clarence Krause last Wednesday. The Presbyterian Missionary scoiety met with Lottie Mason Thursday evening. India was the subject for discussion and letters from a missionary there were read. Plans were innde for the annual thank- offering to be held November 22 and grateful acknowledgements for gifts sent for White Cross work were received from Barber Seminary in Alabama and from a school In New Mexico. been in poor health for several weeks and is confined to his bed. Mrs H. W. Trainer and daughter, Patty, returned Thursday from a three weeks* vacation, two weeks being spent with Mrs. Trainer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Q. W. Sprndliniz nt Spnrtn. Wis., and onr week with an uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. L. Schultz at Waupwn, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bander, Hawarden. spent last Tuesday night at the A. F. Carter home. They are cousins of Mrs. Carter. Mrs. M. L. Vinans went to Hawarden with them Wednesday where she ily. The McLeods aro former Burt residents. The Woman's club met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. H. O. Buell with Mrs. F. L. Ryerson as n;:>-istins hostess. The program was as follows: roll call, quotations from prominent political leaders; Biology, chapters 1 to 5 of "The Next Hundred Years" by Furnas. given by Mrs. H. A. Rachut, chapters 6 to 10 by Mrs. R. H. Thompson. Evelyn Neitzel, who has been working at Lake Crystal, Minn., came home last week Tuesday. Mrs. Joe Beitz came with her and visited until Saturday with her father, L. R. Daniels, and other relatives. Mr. Dnniela took her home Saturday and returned home Sunday. Arlene Beitz also went to Lake Crystal with them Mrs. C. I. Mansmith had an un- plra.innt experience last Wednes- «lny morning when she fell down stnirs at the Clifford Holding home where she was assisting with 3 year old Larry Holding in her arms. Neither one was seriously Injure*, but were badly braised by the fall. Mrs. Mansmith was taken to her home after th«> accident. Larry suffered a sprained ankle, but no other injuries. You'll get more for your old radio if you trade it in now—up to $15.00 allowance on a new 11-tube Coronado Radio with Twin Tone Columns and Golden Voice Panel. $69.95. 5-tube Foreign Reception A. C. Mantel. $14.95.—Gamble's. 44 NEW BURT PASTOR GIVEN RECEPTION M. K. Aid Meeting Members and- friends of the M. E. church enjoyed a social evening at the city hall last week Tuesday night. A program was given which included music by a ladies' quartet, readings by Mrs. S. R. Baker, and Burt: The Rev. and Mrs. Joseph Doms were given a reception at the Presbyterian church Thursday evening, which WHS attended by a large crowd. A seven o'clock covered dish supper was served, after which the following program was given: address of welcome, J. P. Stow, response by Rev. and Mrs. Doms; vocal solo by Eugenia Mae Krlethe. vocal dtwt by Erna Baars and Mary Ann Smith; piano solo by Ruth Hodgson; duet by Faith and Ruth Reed; reading by Arlene Patterson. The Rev. and Mrs. Doms recently moved here from Edgerton, Minn. CHEVROLET As different as day is from night . . . with the most marked appearance change in ail Chevrolet fctetory ... the most beautiful car you've ever laid your eyes on! Mrs. W. J. Easterly, Cedar Rapids, spent Friday with her niece. The high school pupils enjoyed a (.Rating party at Titunku Friday evening. Mrs. \V. VV. Boeltcher entertained the Fortnightly club last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Emory Connelly returned Thursday from Des Moim s, where «he had attended the funeral of her mother. A large crowd attended the Hal- lowe'en basket uocial ut the rural school north of Burt, taught by Letha Mann. Dr. M. I. Lichter, Itirhunl Chipman, I.orttta Howie and Wilma Kapp attended the homecoming at Ames Saturday. Mm. 1.. E. Roetifiun and daughter, Marjorie, were Tuesday evening supper guests at the R. I Mawdsley home. The Giddings young people gave a duncu in the Legion hall Thursday evening in honor of Rodney Uiddings' birthday. The J. R, Marsha!!*, Otho. spent a week ago Sunday at the I.. E. Roetmun home. Mr. Marshall is Huperintendent of the Otho school. Edwin Kliinus, who has been playing with an orchestra at Dyer.s- ville for sonic time, came honu- lust Week Tuesday for a week's vacation. Mrs. Maude Manila, Walter Hanna, and Jennie Thompson went to Ames Friday afternoon to visit relatives and attend the homecoming. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Thaves and Mrs. Koui.se Schmidt were called to illue Hivi r. Wisconsin, Thursday by the Ji ulii of an uncle of Mrs. Thaves. There will be no school Thursday of Friday of this week because of tlie State Teachers' meeting, which is being held in De* Moines 011 those days. Evelyn Birr.s'pdt, I.utlla Bleich. Lois Lavrenz and Harold Weiske attended a Hallowe'en party given by the Fenton Walther League on Thursday evening. L. H. Schrnrk was back on his mail route Friday after being laid up a numbci of days with a lame back. W. J. Lorkwood substituted for him during his. illness. The L. E. Hoot mans and Mrs. M. M. Chipman attended a butter- makers' convention at Fort Dodge Wednesday. On Tuesday Mr. Roel- inan and R. 1. Muwduley attended. Mrs. Leonard Schmidt and children who had xpent a week here, returned tu their home at Bode last week. Mrs. Schmidt's mother, Mrs. Paul Moore, returned with them for an extended visit. Mrs. Gerald Brace returned Friday morning from Davenport, where sue had attended the meet- of the Grand Chapter of the Order of Eastern Star. She is worthy matron of Kossuth Chapter. 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