The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 25, 1937 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 25, 1937
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The Algona Upper Pes Moines, Algona, Iowa, Feb. 25,1937 Rectal Diseases, Varicose Veins and Rupture in treatin * any go ri * ht Tt trement. T° C ° me '" f ° r «"»»**l« without C * n 6Xplaln ln deta " my method of Office Hours ft-5 Evenings by Appointment Phones: Res. 641, Office 187 DR. S. W. METER, D. O. General Hospital, Algona, Iowa (3 blks. So. Ford Oarage) 7-10 Baby Chicks Whlt? 0 iLhnrn f ,?T^ Haml!ton Breeding Plant 2,000 large type wnite Leghorns bred on our own farm. A great deal has been Eh » ° U ^ eff 1 rt8 to produce the best ^Ite Leghorns obi ft£? ; n"Jl*Z* tbe Bame excel 'ent breeding and blooE SSS S10? Prlced chicks ' M lons they '"*** Heavy breeds from hlgh-pr cducine thrifty farm flonVa carefully culled and mated, &90 per 100. ' weeki arted ChlCk8> 9 ° e pe * 10 ° per day for broodln & "P to two FREE GIFT Stop in and see us and get a valuable free girt. HAMILTON LEGHORN FARM AND HATCHERY one mile west and one mile south of Bancroft, Iowa, JANE.YOUR FLOORS ARE MORi BEAUTIFUL EACH TIME I SEE THEM I HOW DO YOU DO IT? WHY THEY ARE MINWAXED AND JUST USUAL CARE IMPROVES THE FINISH. Minwax penetrates right Into the wood, and so, with the fin. Ish a part of the floor Itself, the usual waxing restores worn spots, keeps the floors permanently beautiful. A Minwaxed floor never again needs re- scraping. Minwax is not a surfseer . . it Is a penetrating liquid (plain and five beautiful stain colors). There la no glassy, brittle sur- fsce to break down or wear off in spots. Worn places on • Minwaxed floor are easily restored by a simple wiping. The usual care keeps a Minwaxed " '""Hv beautiful. K. S. Cowan Floor Surfacing Contractor Phone 639 New Paint For Spring Ciean-Up SHERWIN WILLIAMS Paint for all surfaces. S. W. Quality means the best. Quality pays and Price and Quality combine in S. W. Paints. WALL PAPER Again we say "Quality and Price." In order to get a large assortment of elegant papers, we have bought from four factories—giving you their most popular selections. Among them is The Maxwell Line CALL AND SEE THEM Lusby's ALGONA RADIO TAKEOFFS ARE FEATURE OF OiraSHf$P.T.A. Unique Program Presented by Home Talent Monday Ottosert: The P. T. A. of the Ottosen public school was held on Monday evening In the high school auditorium. The following radio program was given by the men selections by the Beeler Boys, Ol Iver Christiansen, Edgar Jacobson Roy Kinseth and Douglas Olson music by the Mountaineers, Jesse Van Buskirk, Oliver Christiansen Oliver Kinseth and Ivan Schneider; selections by the Lonesome Cowboy, Art Longseth; square dance by Clarence Purdy, Olaf Halsrud, Roy Jacobson, Roy Kinseth, Cliff Landers, Percy Watnem, Morgan, Haugen and Edgar Jacobson, music furnished by the mountaineers. The announcers were Roy Morgan and Mr. Stevenson. O. P. C. Meeting The O. P. C. met at the home of Mrs. Ralph Richards Thursday afternoon. Roll call was answered with Way Back Memories. The lesson was "Fancy Paintings Suitable for the Home" by Mrs. Edith Richards. Special music was given by Mrs. Delmar Kinseth and a surprise by the hostess. Farewell Dance Held A farewell dance was held for Frank Liest Friday night, sponsored by Cliff Landers and Oliver Kinseth. A large crowd attended. The Llests are moving to Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Holt were callers at Humboldt Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Watnem and sons visited in Humboldt Wednesday. The Ottosen public school was closed Monday because of blocked roads. Edgar Jacobson and Roy Kinseth were business callers In Des Moines Wednesday. Clara Dahl spent the week end at the Norman Hlllseth home at West Bend. Lee Holt of Des Moines spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Holt. Peter Dulacka waa called to Superior, Wisconsin, Friday, where his sister Is very ill. Tbe Community Ladles' Aid met Friday afternoon in the church par- lar» with Mrs. Roy Telford and Mrs. Joe Leltl as hostesses. Andrew Chantland of Humboldt and Ellas Halselda of Boone have been visiting at the Erlck Dahl home and with other friends the past week. I 50 Neighbors At Wesley Party For Folks Soon Moving , Wesley: Fifty neighbors and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Goetz, northwest of Wesley farmers, were surprise guests at the Ooetz home last Thursday evening, and they brought materials for a substantial lunch to be served at the evening's close. The affair was a farewell party for the Goetz's, who are to move soon to the farm east of town now occupied by the Lester Larsens, which the Goetz's have acquired by purchase. Cards were the evening's entertainment, and the hosts were presented a purse of money as a parting gift. The Larsens will move to the farm now occupied by the Goetz family Mr. and Mrs. Vee MuIIin went to Fort Dodge Monday to attend a mail carriers' convention. The Legion Auxiliary plans an Amateur Night, to be held on the evening of Friday, Apr!' 2. Cheryl! Ann and Jimmy Meurer were sick with flu last week, and Jimmy also suffered a touch of bronchitis, but they are now recovering. Services at St. JosepJi'a church Sunday were attended by a very small group of parishioners, because of the impassable condition of many roads. Miss Alvina Johnson. Wesley teacher, went to Rodman to spend the week end with her brother, Supt. Carl Johnson, and did not return, presumably because of the roads. Mrs. J. H. Braley entertained the Thursday club last week. Mrs. Myrtle Kouba won high, and Mrs. McMoflion, a guestv won travel prize. Mrs. Kouba entertained this week. Julius Studer left this week Tuesday to attend at Ames, a managers' meeting and at Des Moines an oil men's convention. Mr. Studer is general manager of the K. & H. Oil Co. The Mesdames George and Joe Krogmcier, who had spent a week here, returned home to Fort Madison Monday. They came to attend funeral services for their sister, Marjorle Uhlenhake Kollasch. The Legion Auxiliary will hold a carpet-rag sewing party at Mrs. Bonnstetters this week Friday, and a regular meeting was to be held at the rooms this week Thursday evening with Mrs. Leo Bleich, hostess. Mrs. Julius Kunz haa returned from Fowler, Colo., where she went to visit her father, Jfftn Anderson, who had suffered a stroke. She found Mr. Anderson In a lerious condition, but he improved somewhat during her visit Mrs. Mary Uhlenhake, Orvllle Kollasch, the Mesdames George and Joe Krogmeler, and Mrs. R. C. Bauer and her two children, made a family group entertained last Friday at the home of Mrs. Uhlen hake's son, John Uhlenhake, Whit temore. Clara Ritschmeler and her friend Annabel Hoefle, both of Fort Dodge came up Sunday, and on Monday were to return, taking with them to Iowa Falls Clara's mother, Mrs. Bertha Ritschmeler, who had spent ten days with her parents, the Nathan Studers. Wtlliam Ward, Wesley farmer who had been suffering throat hemorrhages and other ill effects from an attack of quinsy, returned last week Thursday from a week's stay at Mercy hospital, Mason City. He Is much Improved, being able to be up and about. Two automobile loads of Methodist young people planned to attend an Epworth League rally at Burt Monday evening). The pastor delivered a Washington's day sermon at the Methodist church Sunday morning, but attendance was small because of blocked roads. Regular services will be held next Sunday. At its last meeting, the Americanization chairman of the Legion Auxiliary, Mrs. Kdna Flom, presented a program in whic> Irene, the daughter of Frank Johnsons, sang, and Lillian, daughter of the Anthony Johnsons, read a paper. A short program is now presented at each monthly meeting-, and Americanization was the subject chosen this time, because of the fact that ,February is Americanization month. The Lester Lease family drove to Hanlontown to spend the week end find visit Mrs. Lease's sisters, the Mesdames Melvin Rye and Marion Hall. They were expected back Sunday, but because of blocked roads did not return. Supt. Ravlin and his family drove to Mason City to visit his brother, Wayne Ravlin, but snowy roads prevented hi* return Monday morning. However, no session was held Monday in either public or parochial school, because of the local roads being blocked. MRS. WM. MEYERS GETS PARTY ON 54TH BIRTHDAY AT WHITTEMI Cards, Lunch Wind Up Evening Of Fun, Sunday Whittemore: A number of rol atives of Mrs. Wm. Meyer gathered lit her home Sundny evening to hcl] her celebrate her 5-lth birthday Among those who were present were Mr. and Mrs. Huso Muy»f Mr. and Mrs. Albert Meyer urn son, Ronald, Mr. and Mrs. Art Heidenwith and son, Ellsworth, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker, Herman Bthn- ke, Myrtle Barber, Lillian Kuecker, all from here; Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lieb and son, Duunc of Lotts Creek. Cards were the evening's entertainment. Lunch, with home made ice cream was served at the close of the evening. Enter Declani Contest The pupils who were entered in the declamatory contest of Presentation Academy of Whittemore, which will be held In the Knights of Columbus hall at Emmetsburg tonight (Thursday) sponsored by the Knights of Columbus, are as follows: Joseph Schumacher, "The American Flag", oratorical; dramatic, Alma G. Cairy, "Little Boy Blue"; humorous, Edna Hilbert "Open Wide". Frank Eisele and Will Fandel Eisele. Mrs. John Waldron is reported on the sick list. were at Sioux City last Wednesday They returned home Thursday. Rita Slaven of Fort Dodge spent the week end with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Keene spent the week visiting with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Higley spent Sunday with relatives in Em metsburg. Art Kelly spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kelly at Emmetsburg. John Hilbert and children of Corwith is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Gengler. Mike Bosch, Jr., purchased a new ord V-8 truck last week for his Rural Service gas route. Margaret McEvoy of Emmets- •urg spent tbe week end with her later, Mrs. Leslie Norland. Prof. Frank Rocfaford spent the week end with bis mother in New lampton and was snowbound over Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Tim O'Brien and two children and Mrs. Ann Connors o/ Spencer visited at tbe borne of Mrs. Jas. O'Brien Sunday. Father Edward Fandel of Rem- sea returned to bis pariah Friday after a week's visit with bis Barents. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Fandel. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Eisele and family of Blue Earth, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bode and •on of Corwitb visited at tbe parental borne of Mr. and Mrs. Joe > e **. •• *• .*«<« Mr* Raymond Olivet attended a Rural Service banquet at Mason City Saturday and were wowbound. They returned borne Monday evening. Ex-Lu Verne Lady Dies in Montana LuVerne: Mrs. Grovcr Rentz received word last week of the death Ktbrunry '1, of o former LuVerne resident, Mrs. Thomas Eells at Baker, Montana. She taught school here a number of yenrs ago and left the community about thirty years ago. She was a half-sister of the late Thomas Gregory and ij survived by two daughters, two sisters, n brother and two granddaughters. William Ellis in recovering from m attack of the flu. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. John Jackson Saturday. She 3 their first child. Delores Woito, who teaches at Alna spet>' the week uiul with her mother, Mrs. E. C. Woito. Henry Frombach, Whlttemoie, visited his friend, Wm. Koiiasch, over Sunday. ,Mr. Kollasch and sc-n are now living above Benedict's tore. Forrest Raney who makes hi tome with his sister, Mrs. H. t r rel, at Reinbeck, spent the wee end with his mother, Mrs. Flor laney. Armlntha Johnson, who is one o ^alloy's Melody Maids was to hav pent Sunday with her parents, bu he and her mother were storm locked at the Guy T'auger farm ver Saturday night and part o unday. At the same time, Mr am Mrs. Trauger were unable to go home from town. Burt Men To See Muhleman Movies Friday Burt: The Rev. W. G. Muhle- mann, Algona, will be present at the men's oyster supper, which will be held at the church Friday evening, and will show some of his moving pictures. A quartete will sing and several questions will be discussed. Snowbound at Clarion Mrs. A. E. Montgomery and son, Jimmy and Mrs. H. A. Thompson and daughter, Ruth, wero snowbound at Clarion on their way homo from Iowa City Saturday. Thty returned with Supt. Bowl? Sundav afternoon, leaving the .Montgomery car at Clarion. Marlon McGlnnla, Keokuk, visited Sunday at the J. H. Schroeder home. Darlene Stott and Leo Immerfall of Algona visited Sunday at the G. E. Brace home. I Takes 37 Cattle To So. St. Paul Portland: John Trunkhill went to St. Paul Monday night to market 37 head of cattle. Tom Trenary accompanied him. Harry McChane is bedfast with influenza this week. Mrs. George Lanning visited Mrs. S. M. Peterson Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Clarke visited the Albert Bunkofskes Sunday evening. Mrs. E. Sanderson, Burt, spent Monday night with Mrs. John Trunkhill. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Owens, Algona, spent Saturday at the Will Grover home. Mra. Halph Roberts was called to South Dakota Saturday by the death of her grandfather. Robert Hamilton returned to his lome at Wapello Monday. He has ieen employed by Chas. Larsen. The Portland newlyweds, Mr. and tfrs. Clarion Long, have moved to the farm formerly occupied by Art Buckbolt. Virginia, Patterson accompanied the Queen Esthers to a galloping supper Friday evening at tbe Herman Schroeder farm. Mrs. Dwight Potter is visiting bis week at the parental Ben Potters, Algona. Tbe Potters will move near Swea City, March 1. Tbe Alfred Godfredson borne was the scene of a card party Saturday ivening. Mrs. Thomas Clayton won ligh prise and George Lanning, tbe travel prize. E. Brace home. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Ward are parents of a daughter born Thursday evening, Feb. 18. A group of Ladles' Aid members met at the home of Mrs. O. J. F Vogel to work on A quilt, Tbe Horace Clapsaddiks, Algona were Sunday dinner guests at the Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle home. Mrs. Bertha Wallace left Tuesday for a week's visit with a son at Mason City and with friends at Aredale. A. H. Melnzer Is having his jewelry store improved by having the walls covered with large panels of ply board. Grace Godfredson, wlio works at the Andy Berens home in Bancroft, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Godfredson. The S. E. Straleys, Fenton. visited Sunday at the W. E. Brace lome. Mrs. Brace went home with them for a few days' visit. Rose John, Maxwell, came last Wednesday for a visit In the home of her sister-in-law, Mrs. J. J. John and her nephew, R. S. John. Mrs. Johanna Dettman visited rom Wednesday to Monday at the lomes of her son, George and her daughter, Mrs. C. C. Adams, in Al- ;ona. Mrs. Condit Bowie entertained Charlotte Warrior, Erna Baars, Alice Eighme, Frances Vaughn, nd Helen Wade at dinner Friday vening. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Schenck and sons, Junior and Garry, spent tho week end with Mr. Schenck's mother, Mrs. Sadie Schenck, at Minneapolis. The Woman's Home Missionary society will meet Saturday afternoon with Mrs. L. E. Roetman as hostess. Mrs. C. 8. Coffin is assistant hostess. How long should a man's legs be? Lincoln had a good answer. "Long enouffli," he drawled, "to reach from Ills body to to the ground." That tteeius like a good rule to apply to a biuinewt. It ought to be big enough to do the job it hi iutended to do. Have you ever thought about the olze of a company, what makes it big or small? It isn't the directors and it isn't the stockboiderk—but the public. No busine** grow*—and keeps on growing—unless it meets tbe people 1 * needs and provide* a worth while service at a fair price. The Bell System has grown as tbe nation has grown. It bas to be big to provide efficient, adequate service to 127,000,000 people. NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY Mrs. Ella Steward, Mrs. Pau Macauley and son, Donald and the Ralph Stewards spent Friday eve ning with the Jack Hennings fam lly near Algona. The Presbyterian Mite Society will meet Wednesday afternoon a the G. U. Fairbanks home. Marli Grover and Mrs. G. C. Glddings an assisting hostesses. The Birthday Circle meets Thurs day afternoon at the home of Mrs George Wessel. The affair will also be a farewell for Mrs. N. M. God fredson, who will move soon to Swea City. Ronald Elvldge, who has been working In a forestry camp at Long Lake, Wis., came home Friday evening to spend a couple of weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R F. Elvldge. Ruby, MyrtleJ Julia and Odcy Cherland and Ray Zwiefel • were Sunday evening dinner guests at the R. A. Bleich home. The affair was in honor of Luella Bleich's birthday, which occurred Friday. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Gidding* nnd sons, Rodney and Gordon, went to Tama Saturday to spend the week end with their son, Guy, Jr. Their son, William, who has been In California a number of weeks, returned home with them. Ed Thavcs, G. P. Hnwcott, El/.n Woltz, Ed Wciske, Willard Stow, Hugh McDonald, Mrs. Condit Bowie, Erna Bnars and Frances Vaughn were among those attending the wrestling tourmmcnt tit Clarion, Friday and Saturday. Sold 'with this \ • VC'iih every order of Swift's Baliy Chicks you ' get a siiecul ccrti'U.'.te which ir.i.ininrccs tlwt thca- chicks are fn>m htv.Miy, poi!;M\.;n-tcsu'il fWks. 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