The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 18, 1937 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Feb. 18,1937 SILVER WEDDING OF BESCHS' AT WHfTTEMORESUN Dinner, Entertainment in Honor of Occasion; Present Gifts Whittemore: Mr and Mrs. Joe Besch celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday. A two course dinner was served to a large number of relatives. The afternoon and evening was spent at cards and Mr. and Mrs. Besch received many beautiful gifts. Among those who attended this honorable occasion were: Rev. Wm Veil, Father Gretteman, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Besch and family, Mr. and Mrs. Will Besch and family, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Besch, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Besch, Jr., Mr. and Mrs Nick Mergen and family, Mr. and Airs. John Bisenius and daughter, Helena and sons, John and James, Mr. and Mrs. James Bisenius and family and Walter Fandel and Will Pesh, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Geelan, all ifrom here; Mrt and Mrs. Ralph Reding of St. Joe; Helen Besch of Rochester. Minn.; Mike Klepper and son of West Bend; Mr. and Mrs. Annie Thilges and family; Mr. and Mrs. Jeslie Jenson of Lakota and Algona. Elizabeth Mergen of Dnrdlnes to Des .tiolnes Mrs. Ray Burdine and daughter, Betty, left for Des Moines Saturday where they expect to make their future home. Mr. Burdine has been in Des Moines for some time. Bud Klepper of West Bend was a Sunday visitor at the John Bisenius home. v Mrs. Josie Ooff spent the week end visiting with relatives and friends In Ruthven. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph filbert-and sons of Algona visited with relatives in Whittemore Sunday. Mr. ajid Mrsi Art Fandel of Burt visited at the parental home of Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Fandel, Sunday. Mrs. Margaret McEvoy spent Sunday with her slste'r, who Is a patient In the McCreery hospital. Mr, and Mrs. Martin Eischeld and family were Sunday visitors at the home of John Fraser in LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Swanson attended a hardware dealers' convention held In Des Moines last week. Geraldine Hosklns and Mildred Faber of West Bend visited the week end at the Joe Faber home. Mrs. Nell Farrell entertained at a bridge luncheon Thursday evening in honor of Mrs. Ray Burdine. Mrs. John Meyers returned to her home in Emmetsburg Friday after spending a week with relatives here. Mrs. Hugh Duffy and Mrs. Joe Faber visited at the Will Jones and Chris Bonnstetter homes at Rodman last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Fandel and Mrs. Alfred Semon and daughter, Rosemary visited at Burt Thursday evening at the Art Fandels. Mr. and Mrs. Morland and their daughter, Mrs. Tom Berkslund of Depew and Mrs. E. Fring of Emmetsburg visited with Mrs. Will Jentz at .the McCreery hospital, on Sunday. DO YOUr FLOORS NEED REFINISHING ? Then you will be glad fo know fhaf MINWAX eliminates all future rescraping! Never again the expense and labor, the mess and inconvenience of rescraping. Minwax is a complete liquid finish that penetrates deep into the wood, becomes • part of the floor itself. Refinish your floors with Minwax and you can keep them permanently beautiful with just the usual care. Because Minwax goes into the wood the worn places are easily restored in color and K. S. Cowan V Floor Surfacing Contractor Phone 639 DAUGHTER OF ST. BENEDICT MAN BRIDE LAST MONDAY MORNING Union Club Hears of Flood Terrors From Eyewitness Union: The Union Mothers and Daughters club enjoyed a pot luck spread at the home of Mrs. Clair Winkle, Thursday afternoon. A very Interesting program was given with Mabel Tjaden in charge. A paper on Club History was read by Minnie Sarchett and an original poem written by Mabel Tjaden was read by Louise Rhomstad. Mrs. Gertrude Harrison gave a very interesting description of her visit In Louisville, Kentucky. Lunch was served at the close of the meet- Ing. Guests of the club were Mrs. Gertrude Harrison, Mrs. Robert Harrison, Mrs. Kate Underwood Mrs. Frank Davidson and Mrs Katherine Leason. Several of the husbands who were kind enough to bring the ladies were guests of the club. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Boevers and Mrs. Julia Taylor assisting on Feb. 25th. Roll call will be favorite movie' stars. A paper, "Worthwhile Movies" will be read by Cora Reid. At Post Nuptial Shower Mr. and Mrs. Nick Krieps and daughters and Kathryn Bode and Mrs. Chas. Peter attended a postnuptial shower held at St. Joe Sunday in honor of Mrs. Paul Erpeld- Ing. Bailey Ships Sheep Chester Bailey shipped some sheep to Waterloo last week and has purchased some more which are enroute. Mrs. Geo. Kohl has been confined to her bed the past couple of weeks under a doctor's care. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ryno and two sons of Fort Dodge and Mrs. John Lamuth of Algona were callers at the Louis Bode home. Ila Henebary accompanied Mary Glsch, a teacher at Pioneer, home for the week end with Mary's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Gisch. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Will drove to Jackson, Minn., last Thursday to attend to matters on his farm near there. His tenant had the misfortune to lose his wife this winter. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davidson were dinner guests at the Robert Harvey home Thursday. Mrs. Davidson, a past member, attended the Union Mothers and Daughters club meeting at the Winkle home. Friends of Mrs. W. C. Nelson, formerly of Union, but now of Grant township, will be glad to learn that she has improved to a very great extent She soon hopes to be able to do her own housework. Mrs. Kate Underwood, sister of the late Winifred Jergenson, is still at the Alfred Jergenson home and will remain for about another week. She will visit relatives in Kansas City before returning to her home In New York. ^> Nicholas Krieps, brother of N. jr. Krieps, who spent most of the winter In Germany with relatives returned last week and Is at the home of his sister, Mrs. John Erpelding. He found things in Germany quite changed and many of i his friends had died or moved away. FINAL FEBRUARY Silk - Print DRESSES Smart style of plain silk with new colorful applique, lace trims— embroidered prints—space prints and all over print. Garments worth up to $6 in this February Sale at only $3.99, sizes 12 to 46. Dress Sale A very unusual event—at just the time to pick your new spring dresses. You will find in this group new Navy Dresses with white trims, space prints, new pastel colors, in fact, all that is new in dresses in sizes 12 to 46, including half sizes. Dresses easily worth to $10.00, for a short time only Suits We are selling lots of these mannish tailored suits at this special low price. Sizes 12 to 20. $10.95 Shoes You can save on a smart pair of shoes. Just the thing to wear now. Oxfords, pumps and straps. About 60 pair at this special price. First Quality, full fashioned PURE SILK HOSE per 59c New shipment of popular each BLOUSES and SWEATERS $ 1.00 ~KRESENSKY'S Catherine McKenna Weds Renwick Man at Eagle Grove St. Benedict: The marriage of Catherine McKenna of Livermore to Floyd Anderson of Renwick occurred atthe Sacred Heart church at Eagle Grove Monday morning, Feb. 8, with the Rev. Molay officiating. The ceremony was performed in the presence of Immediate relatives and friends of the couple. The bride was attired in a brown dress with matching accessories and carried a bouquet of Talisman roses and lilies of the valley. The bridesmaid, Miss Doris McKenna, cousin of the bride, was attired in a rust colored dress with black accessories and carried a bouquet of sweet peas and roses. Thomas McKenna of Chicago, brother of the bride, was the groom's attendant. Following the ceremony a three course breakfast was served to relatives and friends at the up town cafe at Eagle Grove. The bride is the daughter of J. F. McKenna of St. Benedict. Mr. McKenna is employed at the Fasbender store at present. The groom was born and reared at Renwick and is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Anderson. After a short honeymoon the couple will be at home to their many friends in the Jacob Blesie apartment in Renwick. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Beckman and son spent Sunday afternoon at the P. F. Immerfall home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eischeid and family of Algona were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Leo Ludwig home. Thomas McKenna of Chicago, who has been visiting his father, J. F. McKenna of the Fasbender store force, left for his home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pickens and family of Hartley and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Carroll and family of near LuVerne were Sunday visitors at the Emll and Nick Arndorfer homes. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Steussy and family of Mason City spent Sunday at the home of the ladies' mother, Mrs. Josephine Rosenmeyer. They brought here Mrs. Ida Dome of Yorkton, Saskatchewan, Canada, who had visited them the past two weeks. Mrs. Dome Is also a daughter of Mrs. Rosenmeyer. 2 St. Joe Families Moved Last Week St Joe:- Mr. .and Mrs. Clarence Kramer and sons moved to their farm west of Algona last week. The George Bormanns moved to the farm vacated by the Kramer | which they purchased last fali from John Kayser. . A large number from here attended a benefit flood relief dance In Bode Tuesday evening. Proceeds were $42.50. Mrs. John S. Reding was taken suddenly 111 early Friday morning. Arnold Kellner is driving a new Ford V-8 purchased last week in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klbcrt and son from Algona were Sunday visitors here. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Nellis from Whittemore were Sunday visitors at the Joe Stuttleman home. Mr. and Mrs. Jrwin Frlders, who have been staying at Whittemore, arc visiting with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Reding attended a silver wedding at the Joe Besch home ut Whittemore Sunday. Maxine Devine returned to her home at Algona after spending the past two weeks ut the George Bor- munn home. A number of relatives and friends gathered at the Mrs. John Fuhrmann home to help her celebrate her birthday. Susie Friders returned to the Mike Kisch home the first of the week after a three weeks' stay at the Erpelding home. Ambrose Walschen from Cedar Rapids, Nebraska, arrived at the John Thul home Sunday where he will work the coming year. Mrs. Prosper Frlders and Mrs. Thomas Becker attended a party at the Mrs. Oscar Williams home in Bode Thursday afternoon. John and Nick Berte took their brother, Charles, to Iowa City for medical aid Monday. They returned Wednesday, Charles remaining for further treatment. Mr. and Mrs. George Garmann and son from Elmore, Minn., arrived at the Will Reding home Saturday morning for a visit. Mr. Garmann is a. brother of Mrs. Will Keding. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Reding, Mr. and Mrs. Will Reding, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Reding and Mr. and Mrs. Nick Thilges were Sunday evening supper guests at the Charles Sauer home in Bode. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Reding, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Reding, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Thilges, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wagner, Mr. and Mrs. John B. Reding, Mr. and Mrs. Will Reding, Clarence Kramer and Jimmie and Casper Thilges were visitors at the Joe Kramer home south of Algona Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Erpelding and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Erpelding returned home Saturday from Rochester, Minn., where they had gone the first of the week to be with their sister, Margaret. Ambrose Erpelding remained with her. Mike Wageer from Algona, who had been a patient at Rochester for two weeks, returned home with them. Joseph Elberts Are Guests At Surprise Four Corners: Neighbors surprised the Joseph Elberls Ust Thursday evening at a farewell party. Hostesses were Mrs. E. C. Witham, Mrs. Louis Lowmao, Jr., and Mrs. John Sabin. The BlberU are moving soon to the place the Perry Phillips are vacating east of Algona. Harold Lichty Gets Dislocated Shoulder Skiing LuVerne: Harold Lichty suffered a dislocated shoulder Sunday when he was skiing with some friends on a hill near Fort Dodge. He was taken to Mercy hospital where the injured arm was taken care of before they came home. Back from Big Trip Melbourne Steussy returned last week from a trip to western and southern states. He has been gone since last fall and had spent some time at the home of his sister. Mrs. Peter Goecoechea, Elko, Nevada. Mrs. Grace Green is visiting with friends in Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gronbach were at Ocheydan, Sunday, where they attended the funeral of an aunt of Mrs. Gronbach. Willis Colwell called on friends here Friday on his way home to Algona from DCS Moines, where he attends business college. Dr. and Mrs. Everett Shultz. Pella, were in LuVerne over Sunday. Mrs. J. S. Shultz is slowly recovering from an attack of sciatic rheumatism. Earl Legler was home from Cedar Falls over the week end. Grant Jennings, Jr^ Storm Lake, and Jeanne Jennings, Rolfe, were also week end vistors at home. Earl Neals moved to their home near Clarion the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Neal, who have been staying with them, have returned to their home near Hanna. After the regular meeting of the Christian Endeavor, which was held Sunday evening at the Fred Baumgartner home, Mrs. Baumgartner treated the group to home made ice cream and cake. Irvin Chapman has had word from an army friend who lives at Friendship, Ohio, a small town near Portsmouth, telling of their experiences during the recent flood. He praised the work of the Red Cross and the American Legion very highly. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Trauger, Des Moines, spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Helene Trauger. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith, Livermore, were guests of Miss Anna Murray. Mrs. Wm. Qulnn and family and Mrs. Gene Wolf, Bancroft, were at the Charles Millers. Johnsons, Algona, Wed 53 Years Four Corners: Sunday, Valentine Day, was the 63rd wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Johnson, Algona, parents of Mrs. John Rich and Mrs. George Lee, of this neighborhood. The Rich and Johnson families were dinner guest* at the George Lee home for the occasion. MANY LONG DISTANCE RATES DOWN AGAIN! Many Long Distant-i- telephone rales for' rails from this eluti- to other slates were reduced Juiuiury li> — the eighth reduction ill ten years. Learn how little it costs to call across the miles. IOA Dawn Crepe Tissue rolls for Hardwater Soap 4 18c WITH THE PURCHASE of one pound of ll**lt CAMAY ORANGES 49c Special Friday and Satmrtiay IOA Salad Dressing jar for OVALTINE Large size 59c Small size ___31c OXYDOL 3 small pkps. for IVORY SOAP • bars for w 23c SOFTASILK CAKE FLOUR 44 oz. pkg. for 25c BISQUICK 40 oz. OQ r pkp. for ^ JC 18KFCY. TOMATOES Whole Red, No. 2 can PURPLE PLUMS 21 - tin » 2 for 18K FCY. TOMATOES Whole Red, No. 21/0 can 18c 18K PCV, PEARS Tree ripened, 21/0 tin 23c 18K APRICOTS No. 21,/, can for . 23c MILK Fango cans for 27c PORK & BEANS VAN CAMPS' C 15 oz. OQf 0 cans for *•**• P. & G. SOAP GRAPEFRUIT 29c CARROTS 2 f ,,,.9c HEAD LETTUCE 2 ,„ CHERRY WEEK Geo. Washington Special! CHOC. COVERED CHERRIES 23c IOA BRAND RED SOUR PITTED CHERRIES 15c 1A Jumbo 1V bars for SIZE 40-50 DRIED PRUNES ... CLEAN, FRESH, DRIED APRICOTS Ib. 25c SEEDED, DRIED RAISINS 2 Ibs. 15c FRESH STOCK OF DRIED PEACHES Ib. 15c SATURDAY ONLY Ground Beef 12Mc Beef Boast 15c Pork Loin Boast 18c Dry Salt Pork 14c Tall Corn Bologna 14c Pint Jar Pigs' Feet 20c _ Fresh Fish-Oysters _ Take advantage of our free delivery—2 daily and 3 Saturday. *s $ BALDWIN FOOD MKT. Your IGA Grocer Free Delivery Phone 355 UUantddbi Bninr) Sd ^ IN Thunder on the left! ... or some such noise from around your neighbor's garage. 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