The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 11, 1937 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 11, 1937
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Feb. 11,1937 OTTOSENLADE EN JOY PROGRAM Alex Bonnstetter, Former feuBaaa, returned borne Wednesday. Blanche Henrickson, who teaches fat Lone Bock, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Henrickson. A farewell dance was held for Mr. and Mrs. Frank Liest at their home Saturday evening. A large crowd attended. Mr. and Mrs. Liest are moving to Humboldt Is Speaker Ottosen: A Joint meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary was held at the school home Wednesday eventa The following program was given: Welcome, Mrs. Clave; "Grand mother 1 * Bream," High School girls' and boys' sextet; solo, Lola Wat nem; music by trio, Mrs. Clara Landers, Mrs. Harold Jacobson end Barbara Clave; music by Fae's Swing Store, which constated of Harold Henrickson, Joseph Lelti, Donley Jacobson, Barbara Clave and Pae Van Buskirk; talk by Alex Bonnstetter of West Bend and talk by a speaker from Boone. After the program a delicious lunch was served. O. f. C. Club Meeto The O. P. C. met at the home of Mrs. Eva Hawthorne Wednesday afternoon. Roll call was "Bright Sayings of Children:" The lesson was "Teaching Thrift to our Children" given by Mrs. Delmar Stoseth, special singing by Mrs. Oliver Kinseth and a surprise by the hostess. Delicious refreshments were" served. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hbfins and : daughters were Algona shoppers on Saturday. Ole Olson and children of Clarion visited at the Erick ,Dahl home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Holt and daughter, Mavis, were Algona shoppers Saturday. Miss Lorraine Kinseth of Bradgate visited at the Oliver Kinseth home the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Watnem and BOBS and Lola Watnem were Algona shoppers Saturday. . Donald Wehrspann who attended Valpariso University, Valparaiso, TheMan About Town Soys Armstrong Lady, 92, Died Tuesday Armstrong: Many people from out of town attended the funeral of Mrs. Margaret Vandenburgh, 92- year old pioneer of Armstrong, last Tuesday at the Presbyterian church here. Mrs. Vandenburgh is survived by five children: W. E. of Milford; W. G. of Sioux City; Stanley, George and Bessie of Armstrong, and her brother, Harry Holland, also of Armstrong. Miss Mary Katherine Blum is recovering from a case of bronchitis. Mrs. Mike Kennedy is recovering from a severe case of influenza. Miss Verna Walton, recently cook at Doerr's Cafe in Emmetsburg, is now in charge of our kitchen and we are prepared to serve you real home cooked food. Doerr's States Cafe Dance Friday, Feb. 12 V. F. W. Hall Over busby's SWANEE-S ORCHESTRA Adm. 40c-10c tax included /"/?/2F7to sufferers of STOMACH ULCERS < HYPERACIDITY Vt-illard's Messaaf tcf Relief PRICELESS INFORMATION for tbewe suffering from STOMACH OR DUODENA*. ULCERS, DUE TO HYPERACIDITY-POOR DIGESTION, ACID DYSPEPSIA, SOUR STOMACH. GASSI- ESS, HEARTBURN, CONSTIPATION, BAD BREATH. SLEEPLESSNESS OR HEADACHES, DUE TO EXCESS ACID. Espbine tse roarvekrai tftOard Tnat- maa which to bringing anBiag idler. Sold on 15 <(ay* trial. A. H. BOBGHABDT H. W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of tone distance hauling. Bvezy load insured against IMS at damage. Bqtnpped «• *» «» and haaUn. The on beater to the Kresensky •tore balked late one night Ed Cullen was apprehended for duty to adjusting it He restored its vitality. In fact, so much so, a partition to the building began to scorch. It smoked, turned black, then red. -Ed calmed the excited accomplice, grabbed a pair of AITs best pants, soaked them to water and lashed the fire to death and cheated the city firemen out of two dollars. * * * Sacred Heart of Fort Dodge played basketball at the Academy. The local team went into a lead which the Fort Dodge boys couldn't meet. exhibition was a disgrace. Sacred Heart cussed the referee, would not Jump at center, tried to drop kick the ball into the basket when they did take a hold of it, refused to move when play was demanded, permitted Algona to score unmolested and then stood on the floor and clapped their hands at each basket well, that is not all. "Till they meet again." * * * A tall gaunt youngster clerking to a Whitemore establishment calls upon one of our high school girls. His name is not known and matters not but they call him "Rooster." Friends learned of this trick of fate and upon meeting the girl will imitate the crow of a cock and the embarrassed girl flies to cover. * *• Everyone remembers when the first Spencer twins were born. The news was heralded throughout the land via New York. Chicago and other daily papers. Those little fellows, chirstened Bill and Bob, first looked at us when they were wear- tog diapers. Time inarches on. Bill and Bob are grown now, they will celebrate their twenty-first birthday, Feb. 12. * * * Elmer Holeamp loves to fish and would like to take advantage of the sport now it is permissable through the ice. However, Elmer is at a loss to know how to cast under the ice. When someone explains this hazard to him he will go fishing and do his part of the conservation. A young lady clerk in a store on the south side left this week for Chicago to be married. The store crew gave her to understand it was customary for the boss to kiss the bride-to-be. The boss was willing and the old habit (never heard ol it) was invoked. The task was •consummated before the other clerks and also by another witness in the front of the store, the bosses wife. • • * The roads near the swimming pool are blocked from traffic. They supply excellent coasting for the kids. The hills are slippery and steep with danger at a minimum Some old folks, too, do a little slid tog. * * » The GUbride cat is acting up again. It must have some premonition of events for as they appear regular to the papers the cat does some out of the way thing for each occasion. This time it refuses to recognize the Lenten period and demands meat daily. While fishing at Horse Shoe lake last summer several big fish got away from Fred Pooch because his line continued to break. At Christ- time Fred was presented with a huge iron book made by a blacksmith with a 50-foot clothes line attached'. Andy Anderson, who knows the tricks of big fish, was the donor of the tackle. • • • About a month ago, Jim Elbert returned from church with a calendar showing the fish days of the year. Shirley, his five year old daughter, looked at the calendar and shouted, "Oh, .goody, daddy, we can tell how old the fish are now." LONE BOCK NEWS Curtis Halverson of Blue Earth, Minn., visited Sunday at the parental Carl Halverson home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haisman and daughters, Margaret Mary and Betty, were Sunday visitors at the Anton Guerdet home. The Armstrong girls' basketball team will enter the county tounv amcnt at Gruver. They will meet Ringsted to the first round Thursday evening. Miss Maxtoe Erickson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Forest Erickson, left Wednesday for St Paul, where she will enter nurses' training at Mounds Park sanitarium. James Knipe, a student at the University of Iowa at Iowa City, pent a week at the parental Dr. J. B. Knipe home where he Is re-: cuperating from a tonsil operation. Sexton Aid Nets From Supper Sexton: The Ladies' Aid program and box supper was attended by a air-sized crowd. Many were snowed to. Around $15 were taken to. Sim Bemis acted as auctioneer for the boxes. A program of music, reading and two plays was given before the sale. Mrs. Sim Bemis and Mrs. John- Huff, Jr., were the program committee. Thecla Aman spent Saturday in Algona, where she helped serve the creamery dinner. Mrs. Sarah Wise was on the sick list Sunday and Mrs. A L. Green' field was sick Monday. W. J. Green will play with the Green orchestra at Irvington Tuesday night for the Ramus-Noone wedding dance in the Irvington hall Jack Gennett returned Wednesday from the southern part of the state where he had spent several weeks visiting with relatives and friends. There was no preaching service here Sunday morning, as the minister was unable to get over from Wesley. There were only nine to Sunday School. Kathryn Stebritz spent the week end with her mother, Mrs. Jessie Stebritz, Bancroft Mrs. M. E. Blancnard was called to Bancroft Sunday by the illness of her daughter, Mrs. Albert Thompson. ' Mr. and Mrs. William DeLappe, Sherburn, Minn., spent last week Monday and Tuesday at the Clarence Ackersons. J. M. Blancnard, son Donald and W. G. Flaig attended a wrestling match at Armstrong hut week Tuseday evening. Margaret Gladstone and Coila Jane Holllster left last week Wednesday for Chicago where they will visit Dorothy Dacken. The Calvin Householders and Mrs. Haiian Blancnard and daughter, Patricia Lee, spent Sunday at the Clarence Householders. Mr. and Mrs. Wfil Chrlstensen, son Ronald, Lawrence Zwiefel and daughter, Joan, were Sunday dinner guests at the Charles Morris home. Donald Bierstedt spent the week end at the C. E. Sigsbee's, Bart Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Btaratodt and Margaret Households w«n Sunday dinner (nests there. Tb* Bierstedts and Margaret Householder were sapper guests of the E. C. Belrstedts, Burt Dr. C. C. SHIERK Predict ibruYfrf to THE TEET Fhww 250-W - - A!,C« tfWUWVW JWWWVl Radio Satisfactory Service in Algona since 1922 Ed Genrich at Bjustrom's wvwwwvwwwwwwuvw John Shealcr and Carl Freye of near Emmetsburg were visitors at the Rudolph Will home Saturday evening. They are nephews of Mrs. Will and were called here by news of the death of Mrs. Leininger. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Keefe drove to Ledyard Sunday to visit Mrs. Keefe's aunt, Miss Mary Dunn. Miss Dunn has not been enjoying the best of health. Arthur Gustaf son lost a fine colt last week from some disease, the nature of which -we have not learn- Overcome Obstacles Some farmers were unable to get to the creamery banquet held last Saturday in Algeria due to blocked roads or drifted lanes. The majority, however, scooped or pulled and managed to partake of the usual bountiful feed. LeRoy Stoffel is assisting with the work at the Alfred Schcnck farm. Anthony and Ida Stoffel were Sunday supper guests of Aurelia Alig near Whittemorc. Martha, Verena, Mary and Geo Krieps were vaccinated for small pox in Algona last Saturday. They are children of Nick Krieps. Gertrude Stoffel visited the fore pert of last week with Dorothy Schiltz of Bancroft, and Dorothy spent this week end at the Stoffel home. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wlllrett and children drove to Fenton week ago Sunday to help Mr. and Mrs. Albert Willrcit celebrate their 15th wedding anniversary. Mrs. Stanley Gardner visited at the Austin Gardner home last Saturday while Stanley and his father attended the creamery banquet Mrs. Gardner is much improved. Blanche Henrickson spent the week end at her parental home to OttOSHL BUT A TAILOR-MADE SUIT IS MADE ONLY FOR YOU! Have Your Spring Suit Made Now! So It Will Be Beady When Spring Comes If you have never tried a custom- tailored suit, there is no time like the present It means bettar fit— better styling and an added touch to your Personality. $25 to $45 Madson The Home of Better Clothes g ugaaoagcBQBga WeBeti*re«; o Botsford Lumber Co. Phone 256 Jim Bool

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