The Algona Upper Des Koines, Algona, Iowa, Feb. 4,1937 Bancroft Bride To Be Honored At Shower, Sun. Bancroft: Marian McGuire, who U soon to become the bride of Lawrence Bergman, was honored by a miscellaneous shower at the Lawrence Menke home Sunday afternoon. Games were played and Mrs. Charles Fox and Margaret «,ulnn were recipients of prizes. The hostesses were Mrs. Urn Doocy, Mrs. Lawrence Menke and PhiUipa McGuire. The bride received many lovely gifts. A council meeting was held in the town hall Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Jfheridan were dinner guests of Albert McCarthys Sunday evening. John Baker, who attends the University of Iowa at Iowa City, spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Baker. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Recker, Sr, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Recker of Buffalo Center, drove to Bellevue Tuesday to attend the funeral of Henry Koker, a brother of the Mrs. Reckers. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hamilton entertained the following guests at a card party Sunday evening: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Recker, Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Weber, Mr. and Mrs Fred Thles and Mr. and Mrs; Reinhard Pothoff. ATTENTION Live Stock Feeder For the highest prices obtainable on the SIOUX CITY market consign your live stock to the CORN BELT COMMISSION COMPANY A leading firm with suoh salesmen as Joe Powers, Johnny Walsh, Larry Wilds, Lon Moss, Ed Schmld, & others. Ask your friends am neighbors about the CORN BELT COMM. CO. For market particulars write or call Your live stock will receive our careful attention. CORN BELT LIVE STOCK COMMISSION CO. fflOUX CITY ft OMAHA Bonded for Your Protection FREJE! to sufferers of STOMACH ULCERS ^ HYPERACIDITY Wiiljrds Me«;saqeof Roljef nUCELESS INFORMATION for the« nfferint from STOMACH OR DUODENAL ULCERS. DUE TO HYPERACIDITY-POOR DIGESTION. ACID DYSPEPSIA. SOUR STOMACH. GASS1- NISS. HEARTBURN. CONSTIPATION, BAD BREATH. SLEEPLESSNESS OR HEADACHES. DUE TO EXCESS ACID. EXpUiu the marrcknu WUIard Tnat- mtal which it Mating unazlnf relief. Sold OB IS toy* trial, A. H. BORCHARDT _ I must employ at once a man living in small town or on farm. Permanent work. Must be satisfied with earning $75 a month at first Address Box 1138, care of this paper. Name Address WE WELCOME NEWS Frequently oar Mibaorlben living In county districts have parties, social Items and gmth- ertnga, and similar affairs that may not be covered by ear eor- roBpondenta living) h* nearby towns. In each ease* we Jost want to »*y that we welcome receiving news of inch events from ear subscribers. Or U yoor oeiifh- bor haa some real news and to too bashful to s«nd it in. do it for him or her. This is a newspaper for YOfR IEVINGTON NEWS Fenton P. T. A. Held February Meeting Last Monday Night Fenton: The February meeting of the Fenton Parent-Teachers association was held in the nigh school auditorium Monday evening, Feb. 1st The following program was given: talk, "Preventative Medicine", by Dr. J. A. Mueller; songs, "Cowboy Jack" and "Be Nobody's Darling but Mine." by Faith Finnestad and Edith Wolfe; numbers by the orchestra. Hostesses for the evening an Mrs. Wai- tar Jentx, Mrs. H. C, Lin^sey, Mrs. Fred Kuecker. Mrs. Otto Borchardt, Mrs. Herman Struecker. Mrs. Will Elmers, Mrs. Arnold Halt, Mrs. Herman Hint* Mrs. Clarence Theesfleld, Mrs. Walter Krause and Mrs. F. F. Mueller. John Reily visited here recently with friends and relatives. He is spending the winter with a daughter In the Woden vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Johnson entertained their friends at a dancing party last Friday evening at the L O. O. F. hall in Algona. Several from this community attended the funeral Tuesday at Algona of Mrs. Chas. Winkle. Many years ago the Winkle family lived on the farm occupied in later years by the "Bud" Robisons. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Meurer of Wesley were recent visitors at the A. M. Lemkee home. The Meurer family was just recently released from scarlet fever quarantine. Mrs. Meurer had the disease. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dole entertained a number of friends and relatives Sunday for dinner. Those enjoying the courtesy were Mr. and Mrs. Sim Leigh and family, the Frank SkllUngs of Algona, Mrs. Mary Dole and daughters, the Chester Harmons and Clarence Green. SENECA NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Rl tf. Campbell spent Sunday afternoon at the A T. Paulaen home. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Paulsen and Tom St John were business callers at Algona Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Denton speni Saturday afternoon at the Henry Groen home in Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Tom St John and family were supper guests at th< A T. Paulsen home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrr. John Metsger returned to the J. W. Bollig home on Friday afternoon after spending several days at Carroll and Sioux City. Algona Needs More Homes Let 1937 bring you a home o! your own Lowest interest Rates Best Possible Terms No Loan Costs Ample Funds to Loan Algona Federal Savings & Loan Association C. R. LaBarre, Sec'y 206 East State St Mineralized Meat Meal A scientific blend of both animal and vegetable high protein concentrates mixed with the proper balance of minerals and vitamins to supply your hogs with all bodily requirements when fed with your home grown grains. Can be fed free choice or mixed with grains, using fifteen pounds of grain to one pound of meat meal. Our Price $2.95 Per Hundred DISTRIBUTED AND GUARANTEED BY Algona Produce Co. Phone 9 Algonal'Iowa Mrs. MneVer Hostess Mrs. J. A. Mueller entertained her bridge club Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Everett Dreyer received the high score and Mrs. E. K. Johnson, the consolation. Mrs. W. R Wolfe, Mrs. R. C Goetsch and Mrs. J. A. G. Smith played for absent members. Hott, who lives in the Doan neighborhood. Virginia and Mary Janice McWhorter and: the Crouch boys vte- ited at the Martin Becker homo on Sunday afternoon. Richard and Darlene Brayton and Virginia and Viola Trenary attended a Christian Endeavor sleighing party held at Hurt Wednesday evening. Loretta Lanen, teacher at Britt, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Laraen. Their daughter, Beulah. clarlt at the Neville store in Algona, was also homo. Mr. and Mrs. George Patterson went to % Paul Tuesday. Mrs. Patterson visited relatives tiler*. Mr. Patterson went oa to Morris, Minn., on business. Mrs. K. Sten- arus and Mrs. P. them as far ae St Paul. Tte Pattersons returned hove Friday evening. FARM LOANS 4% Good Improved Only Kosntth Comity A. J. Devon* o-a Mr. and Mrs. Howard Reeder and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Theesfleld and their families were entertained at the Raymond Stoeber home Sunday. Marjorie Bailey entertained at a six o'clock dinner Friday evening. Guests were Veneta Voigt, Alice Glaus, Beatrice Kramer and Clara Gramenz. Marjorie Bailey visited at the Henry Neuman home in Algona and with her sister. Frances, at Britt from Monday to Thursday of last week. Mrs. C. F. Wegener and ohildren, Mrs. F. H. Bohn and Mary Ann and Mrs. C. a Bailey and Lavonne were Emmetsburg shoppers Saturday afternoon. Mrs. C. C. Voigt and son, Carl, Jr., Mrs. Chalmer Bonnicksen, Harry Bonnlckson and Mrs. Art Voigt, all of this place, left Friday evening for a two weeks' visit with relatives In Oklahoma City. Harry Bonnickson will go on to Texas to visit also. Paul Voigt, son of the C. C. Voigts, who accompanied the Peter Hayengas and Harry Haase family to Oklahoma about two months ago, will return with his family. The Hayengas and Haases who were enroute to California at that time to spend the winter are expected home this week. Held Farm Sale Walter Anderson held a closing out sale last week Thursday and on March 1 will move to Windom, Minn., where he has purchased a farm. Red Cross Flood Supper Men of the Doan community will hold an oyster supper at the Doan church Thursday evening, Feb. 4. The proceeds will go to. the Red Cross flood relief fund. Mrs. Alice Buffington will be hostess to the Ladies Aid with Mrs. Elna Buffington assisting. The Ralph Depews of Ayrshire spent last Thursday at the Walter Anderson home and attended the sale. Portland Twp. Flirty at Moore Home Thirty young folks enjoyed a house party given at the Clarence Moore home Friday evening. Games were played and delicious refreshments were served. Flood Aid Given Rural schools in the vicinity have been asked to contribute clothing to destitute people in the flooil-stricU- en area. School District No. 8 made a contribution of two boxes of clothing urn! 510 in cash. Other patrons have also luUi-tl sums to this worthy c uise. HIDES TOP MARKET HIDES tICES PAID FOR AND WOOL Joe Greenberg We do our own Lena Qrtndtnc. DR. F. E. SAWYER, Opt We Believe You'll Agree that cleaning service should be compute. W . ) feel — andwalM that clothe* ear* to and prenbw. The*'* tmrment* mi MOOTS Our PTOCCT* not omly rfeane t reshape* berattfbQr — brntlm yowls*?** — BMC* el****** we dn* afl uglily That's how wo reader rompfo<0 clothe* care. MONITE Moth-Proof Cleaning cocts no more than ordinal? cleaning. & Modern Dry Cleaners Contriry to gtmril oplnlnC nato v» dMtrwHv* wnttf mt mMMrl Phone 937 We Deliver Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Sigsbee call- , ed on the Thoniiu Trenurys Fri-1 day evening-. The Everett Shiplers visited a few days of this week at the August Schipull home. Doyle McFarland nnd Robert Hamilton called Sunday afternoon at the Chris Bolie home. Albert Bunkofske returned from California Monday morning after spending three weeks there. Kathryn Elvldge spent the week and with her friend, Barbara Jean ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••I A Free Carton of Coca Cola to you, if you have the misfortune to get a Poor Bridge Hand Anyone holdinsr a bridge band with no card biii'lii-r Hum a nine spot wins a free carton of Coca ( 'oln. iM'iul ns a card or letter, giving names of players at table and yourself. Hie signatures of the other three players, and the suit of all cards held in your hand. \Ve will leave a carton with, your local dealer or bring it to yon direct. A deposit of 15 cents per carton is required, and refunded when same is returned. MINERAL SPRINGS BOTTLING WORKS Huniboldt, Iowa R. C. Bellows, Prop.
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