The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 11, 1937 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 11, 1937
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The Algona Upper Pes Moines, Algona, Iowa, Feb. 11,1937 North East * Kossuth FORMER LAKOTA TEACHER. HUSBAND Taken by Boat From Third Story Window of Home Lakotai Friends here have received word from Mrs. Estel Budd, Moscow, Ohio, in regard to the flood damage in her town. Mrs. Budd was. formerly Martha Grimes, a teacher in the local school, whose home was near Buffalo Center. She is a grandduaghter of David Pink, Sr., east of Lakota. Mrs. Budd's husband suffered a broken hip several months ago, but was still in a cast When the flood struck the town during the night, it rose so rapidly Mrs. Budd and husband were taken out of Ore third story window to safety via boat. Entertains Club Dorothy Ukena entertained 14 members of the S. M. K. club, Saturday afternoon. Betty Edwards sang "Whispering Hope" with Varna Klocke as accompanist Wayne and Wanda HeeUand sang two songs with Mrs. Frerking as accompanist Dorothy Ukena and Arllss HeeUand played a piano duet and Mary Ann Underdahl and Verna Klocke also played a piano duet Father Famed Away Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eggerth I returned from the southwestern part of the state last week where they were called by the critical Illness of Mrs. Eggerth's parents, •who are suffering with flu-pneumonia. Her father passed away, but her mother is recovering. Number Sttfl III The conditions are much improved at present but there were several •Ick last week, among them being Mrs. William Schroeder, her sister, Miss Coupanger, who is visiting here from Minneapolis and assistant postmaster, Irvin Altizer. Red Cross Donations Are $107 From Community of Ledyard William B. Leslie has been suffering with gall bladder trouble the past week but is somewhat improved. The Rev. and Mrs. O. H. Frerking entertained Mr. and Mrs. John Smith and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Tel- camp at a 7 o'clock dinner last week Monday. George Edwards did some work in the local postoffice over the week end in the way or rearranging the location of the mail boxes, delivery windows, etc. Mrs. Delia Smith entertained at a family dinner Sunday in honor of Roland Smith, Jr.'s 21st birthday. Roland works In the C. R. Smith general store. Mrs. William Turley entertained Dr. and Mrs. Whitlow and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Gabriel of Armstrong at a B o'clock dinner Sunday afternoon in honor of Mr. Turley's birthday. An 8tt pound son was born to the Rev. and Mrs. Harvey Nelson at the Buffalo Center hospital on Sunday morning. He has been named John Byron. Mother and baby are doing nicely and all are happy, especially father. Mesdames J. H. Warburton and Samuel Warburton entertained 24 women at a party at the J. H. Warburton home Friday afternoon and the teachers and a few other friends the same evening. Various games and visiting furnished entertainment Mr. and Mrs. F., G. Torine, Swea City, were out of town guests in the evening. Inlays Are Hosts Lakota: Edgar Inlay was host to the North Iowa Press Association Friday evening. Dinner was served at the Schrodeer restaurant and the business meeting and social evening followed at the Inlay home. Titonka Flood Fund Nearly Totals $800 In a communication from Mr*. Lee O. Wolfe of Titonka, she tells us that the Titonka total rolled up for the Red Cross, to be used for flood relief purposes, had reached $750.81 last week; with prospects of it going higher. Last week In our report we showed Titonka as having contributed some $341, and the generous donations at Titonka have far surpassed that amount. A grand total of at least $800 is expected by Mrs. Wolfe. P. O. Friets Headed Sue cessful Drive of Solicitation Mrs. Telcamp Host To Farm Bureau Lakota: Ledyard township Farm Bureau women held their regular meeting with Mrs. J. E. Telcamp Friday with Mrs. Lou Nitz and Mrs. George Knnen as assistant hostesses and 13 women attended. Mrs. Raymond Winter read a paper on window drapreies and a general discussion followed. Mrs. Nitz then gave a follow-up lesson on Loom Weaving. She has finished her scarf made of yarn and demonstrat- maklng one of silk underwear and silk stocknlgs which makes a very pretty table runner or small rug The general meeting will be held at Jerry Heetlands, Friday, Feb. 12. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, FEB. 12 and 13 FISH FOR LENT During the Lenten Season our markets will •toipk a wide assortinent of ftohand cheese for meatless ratals at popular prices. For this said we have the following fish specials: FLOUNDERS BLACK COD BLACK COD lb. lb - 15c BEEF STEAK Tender, juicy Round and Sirloin Steak. We cut to fry, broil, swiss or extra thick for a fancy oven roast. For the week-end a special price of 19c per pound. BEEF TO BOIL lb. 10c ROASTS For the Sunday Dinner we have nice beef roasts at the special price of 12c and 14c per pound. Pineapple Wafers For a change the family will prefer this fancy cooky to cake. A marshmallow cake topped with pineapple jelly and dipped in butter icing. A special price of 2 Ibs. for 27c. Morning Light Pears are Genuine Northern Bartletts packed in their own juice. At our special price of 43c on the No. 10 can, there is economy in buying several cans to repack in jars to use as needed. Blue Rose Rice Beans and potatoes are now selling at war time prices. Many are using this whole grain, quick cooking rice as a substitute. For this sale we price rice at 3 pounds for 15c. Cove Oysters Atlantic Ocean Oysters are rich in iodine. Cove oysters can be kept on shelf for delicious oyster soup on a minute's notice. Inexpensive soup at the sale price, %-lb. can lOc and the big %-lb. can for 19c, Our "Red Bag" Coffee It is "Always Fresh." Boasted daily in our own plant and ground as you likeHit The favorite coffee in thousands of homes. Try it at our Every Day Low Price of 19c per pound or 3 pounds for 66c. Matches SEX UB«*» *«c "Blue" Super-Suds Weaw anxious fcat you try tW* new Super- W9 w ^Plr SBPP^ff^^^^ -, -~ -a T _.*. "A «iu*M<iMv,AlA«ia fiO&T) LO.O.F. OFFICIAL HAS CHARGE OF Lakota 2nd Team Wins County Title Lakota: Lakota's second basket ball team played in the tournament at Burt last week. They played Ledyard Thursday afternoon won; LuVerne in the evening and won. They played Bancroft on Saturday afternoon and won and Seneca Saturday evening and won the county championship. All are very happy especially Coach Anderson. LEDYARD NEWS Mrs. Alfred Zlelske was at Lakota Saturday having dental work done. Saturday the following ladles helped Mrs. Chester Johnson celebrate her birthday: Mrs. Burton Johnson, Mrs. Carlyle Johnson Mrs. Peter Johnson, Mrs. Chas Barbara, Mrfc BJdward, Hmlvsroon and two daughters and Mrs. Anna Kallestad. Ledyard: Red Cross donations from here increased from $70.50 to $107.20 the past week. We kindly thank D. O. Friets for soliciting the following people and also the donors listed below: L. H. Anderson, $2; H. Slmmons- meier, $2; Leo Anderson, $1; Herman Goetz, $1; F. Christ, $5; Richard Zielske, $3; Jasper Smith, $2; Frank Lewis, $2; Hugh Lewis, $1; Will Matus, $1; Frederick Gallnow, $l; A. E. Weaver, $1; Gus Potthoff, $1; Frank Timmer, $1; James Nelson, $1; Homer Olson, 1; Peterson Bl-op., $1; Dick Dontje, $1; Joe Troff, 60c; Ed Dontje, $1; H. Dontje, Sr., and Mrs. Koolhoff, $1; Ernest Hoffman, $1; R. A. Winter, $1; Carl Meyers, $1; Lew Hubbard, $1; N. Kellar, $1; and J. M. Jones, $1. Thompson Defeated' The Thompson boys' and girls' basketball team played here Friday night and were both defeated by Ledyard in close, hard fought games. New Arrival Announced The Rev. Harvey Nelson made several announcements in church Sunday morning and closed with a peclal one saying that an 8 pound ounce boy arrived that morning o make his home with them. Mrs. elson is at the Dolmage hospital at Buffalo Center. Harold Granner refereed a basketball game at Swea City Friday night Mr. and Mrs. Everett Ward of Oelwein were guests at the Elvln Carpenters from Saturday to Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Christ Gelhaus, tfrs. Ella Gelhaus went to Hubbard Saturday to see William-Gelhaus, Sr., who is ill. The sewing club met at the home of Mrs. Ella Gelhaus Monday night with the Misses Jones, Randall and Stofflet as assistant hostesses. Mrs. Margaret Looft returned to her daughter's Mrs. N. A. Fingle, | Sunday after a week's visit at the Wm. Schadendorf home at Lakota. Alfred Schadendorf went to Armstrong Sunday to meet his wife and children, who had spent the past week at Rembrandt with her parents. Olga Krammeemeler left Friday for Chicago to resume her work M a beauty operator. Bh« bftd,»w«t two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Krammesmeler. Mrs. Guy M. Butts Was Beloved Member of Community Wenley: The Rev. Wm. Oalbraith, Mason City, former chaplain of the Sovereign Grand Lodge I. O. O. F. and former chaplain of the Odd Fellows' Home at Mason City, conducted funeral services at the Methodist church Saturday afternoon for Mrs. Guy M. Butts, assisted by the pastor, the Rev. Arthur Bottom, At the church the local Rebekahs conducted their burial service. The Mesdames Ammon and Lester Lease and thq Messrs. John Grattidge and Enar Franzen sang "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere", "My Father Knows", and "Nearer, My God to Thee". Mrs. Gerdes was pianist The services were largely attended by a large number of friends and relatives. The Legion Auxiliary was to meet at the Legion rooms this week on Thursday evening with Mrs. Bauer as hostess. Lenten services nt St. Joseph's church will begin this week on Ash Wednesday, with Mass nt 8 o'clock. Regular services will be held next week. Anna Johnson, who tenches nt Boone, spent the week end with her sisters, the Mesdames Hermnn Carlson, Fred Bentele and Esther Skow. j Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Benskin, of Laurel, former Wesleyans, spent the week end in Wesley and attended funeral services for Mrs. Guy M. Butts. Mr. and Mrs. John Grnttidge went to Rochester. Sunday, and Mr. Grattidge will go through the hospital clinic. Ann Siemer is keeping house and caring for the children. Ammon Lease left this week Tuesday to attend the 2!Hh annual convention of hardware denlers nt DCS Moines. It was to continue until Saturday, and be held nt the Coliseum. Ben Hopkins has word that his sister, Mrs. Frank Casler, Britt, had an operation for cataract at Iowa City last Friday. Mrs. Casler was formerly Myrtle Hopkins, and lived here in her girlhood. Miss Emma Studer, daughter of the Nathan Studers, returned home last Friday evening, having taken treatment for several days at Mercy hospital, Mason City. Ed Studer, Excelsior, Minn., who had been in a Minneapolis hospital for two | months, returned home last Friday, but was to return to the hospital In tnn days for further treatment. This big Studebaker is cat. SELLING SENSATIONALLY BECAUSE OF ITS SAVINGS! 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