The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 25, 1937 · Page 11
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EAGLE TWP. FARMERS OF 30 YEARS The Algona Upper Des Koines, Algona, Iowa, Feb. 25,1937 Panl Codys Surprised on Friday; 75 Pay Tribute to Heighbon Swea CSty: Mr. and Ibs. Paul Oody, who have lived on a farm in Eagle township tat Vat past 30 years, were very pleasantly surprised at their home last Friday evening when 7C friend* and neighbors arrived to give them a farewell party. A pteasant evening was climaxed with a pot lack lunch, and Mr. and Mrs. Cody wen presented wtth a act of aflver knives j Ooflys am moving March I, to their own farm *" 'Fairmont ^ Boyal SMgfalwr cb* held a *«*s*41 iwly car Ms* a. A. Brawn • - «raaa, iaat FViday craning. Lunch *»»» Bii'iiBd aadacfftm* unseat- «maB token of remembrance The married coupW bridge dub met hurt Thursday evening at the home of Mr.Nind Mrs. Keith Al- wwtson. Following the «:30 dinner, bridge was played with John Bck- wmd and Mrs. Henry Myhr winnine nigh scores. given by Mrs. A. Whitlow at her home fat Armstrong. The Bod Hanson family, Wed nesday, moved their household foods to Fort Dodge, where they wffl reside in the future. Mas Bernice Pearson of Sioux CSty, visited Sunday and Monday at toe home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. <Mof Pearrcn, and her aunt, MBS Alice Johnson. Miss Clara Thompson of Kensal KJX, came last Saturday to apenc *emal oays visiting her friend. Hta Ufa Haghmd. Miss Thomp•on is a one time Swea Cltyan. having been employed for severa years in the former Nelson Mercantile store. Mrs. John Haglund and small daughter, and Mrs. Lester HagkinJ and son, Gordon, drove to Austin. ?«mday at — . — — — •• —* — *• •»§«••»»* *^**uu0>v CM, e borne of their sister, Mrs. Geo. uonovan. The visit was extended, however, until the snow blocked »"«* fa that section were cleared Monday afternoon. MM- Bay Lord and daughter, Been, went to Dumont, Saturday •ftsrnoon to spend Sunday with her H"**™- They accompanied Duane Stoart, teacher at the Grant con- •oOdatod school, who went to visit writing Tuesday afternoon, they are still anow bound at their re- apecOve homes. . . J. A. Brown was the honored guest Monday afternoon at a party I>P. C. C. SHIERK THE FEET I Orrr Chrurtf PaulNemitzIs Birtiiday Guest Fentoir: Paul Semite was taken by surprise last week Sunday evening when a group of relatives came to his home to celebrate his birthday anniversary. Mr. Nemitz was presented with a birthday cake decorated with 48 candles, also a number of gifts. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Meyer and fam- Uy, Mr. and Mrs. Art Bienrtedt and family, Mr and Mrs. Ed Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Mittag and their daughter and Mr. and Mrs Art Jentz and family. Seneca Folia At Fairmont Party Seneca: Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Merrill and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Saxton and family and Mr. and Mrs. Jens Peterson and family, all of Seneca spent Sunday at the Jay Saxton home near Fairmont and they together with other relatives of the Jay Barton's helped them celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary. The relatives of the honored couple gathered at the Saxton home about noon and surprised them. Each of the guest familial brought a portion of the dinner. Mr. Merrill hi a brother of Mrs. Saxton and Clarence Saxton and Mrs. Peterson are brother and "tater of Mr. Saxton. The Bartons are former residents of the Seneca vicinity. Don't Wait Until The Last Minute Order Your Rena Cmikshank Hostess to Four Corner M. & D. Four Corners: The Four Corner Mothers and Daughters club met last Thursday at the home of Mrs. Rena Cruikshank. The program was as follows: song, "America"; roll call, My Favorite Whiter Recreation.- surprise program committee, Alice Ditsworth, Pearl Potter, Maude Robinson, Thelma With- un, Bernice Jensen and Ruth Haran. Alice Ditsworth had two num- >ers; poem by Grace Jackman; wmg, Dickie Ditsworth accompanied by his mother. Pearl Potter had a guessing contest Maude Robinson and Thelma Witham gave a negro play with characters, lona and Thelma Witham. Bernice Jensen read a poem. Ruth Harian and Sdna Mitchell gave a play, "Lower Des Moines Newspaper". Election of officer was also held. Thirty- two members and three visitors were present A lovely lunch was enjoyed by all. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. Win. Rich; March 4th. Mr. and Mrs. Etna Mitchell spent Wednesday at the Otto Harian home. Bernice Jensen and Gladys Eisen- bartb spent Wednesday afternoon at the Chester Robinson home. Ruth Robinson, who teaches near the Doan community, was unable to get to her school Monday due to the storm Saturday and Sunday. Dale Ehrharat and the Mitchell boys, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Noble Mitchell attended the wrestling meet at the Algona high school last Tuesday evening. Doris Ehrhardt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ehrhardt, is having her tonsils removed this Friday. Doris has not been able to attend school since Christmas. county eighth grade « T ° m| nnt)" as reported hi this column of a previous issue. Both children passed, receiving excellent grades. Armor Lempke, Hugh Raney and Fred Geigel were among those who were guests at the Rotary club meeting hi Algona last Monday. Miss Atha Hardgrove has been assisting with the household activities at the Ralph Browns during Mrs. Brown's recent operation. Mrs. Brown will return to her home the latter part of this week. Edward Mawdsley, Harry Bod* and Chester Schoby were at DM Moines last Tuesday and Wednesday looking after affairs connected with the Algona creamery. AH are members of the creamery board. Several ladies from Cresco township attended the farm bureau meeting held last Friday at the H. E. Morgan home In Algona. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. Loren Brown, and further announcements will be made at a later date. Now For Easter A 8uit made to your own measurements gives at least twice the satisfaction re- gawlless of the size you wear. You always feel well dressed in a suit tailored for you and you alone. MADSON & HANSON THE HOME OF BETTER CLOTHES GLASS Auto Glass Replaced while you wait We cany a complete stock of window glass. 1ERG AUTO SUPPLY IRVINGTON NEWS Irvington "Snowed In" Irvington wa* practically "snowed in" over the week end. Howeyer late Sunday afternoon traffic was going through the pasture near the gravel pit to reach the Airline. The snow plows arrived early Tuesday morning to open the roads. Local mall carrier Ben Terhune, was forced to make part of his route by walking. Barney Frank! Hurt Our popular local merchant, Barney Prankl, is recuperating at his home from a very painful injury that he sustained one day last week at the Mike Leners farm, while he and Mr. Leners were trying to "break a colt to drive." In some manner Mr. Frankl's knee was twisted which caused it to become swollen causing him considerable pain. Twins Well Repaid Wilfred and Wilma Gish, twin children of Ben Gisch. feel amply repaid for their efforts intakmg the W-tf Mystery and Intrigue In Tibet Don't mlm the opening in»taH- ment of Talbot Mundy-s thrilling new Mrial, "The Thunder Dragon Gate", In The American Weekly, the magazine distributed with Next Sunday's Chl- cago Hacrld and Examiner. Gone!—The High Cost of Stomach Trouble Don't pay $2.60 to $5.00 for relief from sWmach pains, Indigestion, hyperacidity. Try Dr. Emil's Adla Tablets—3 weeks' treatment only iliS. Reief or your money back.— W. Lusby, Druggist BASKET GROCERY! Friday and Saturday Specials Supreme Coffee lb. 29c The coffee with a taste appeal. Raisins, seedless . . 2 Ibs. 19c, 4 Ibs. 29c WHITE NAPHTHA _m giant AC^. SOAP 6 *» 25 ° lib. ^VfUHfUUAHUA. - w. "» 'in. CRISCOGlc 23c . 2 ex. Ige. can* 25c Sauer Kraut . . , It's good for your health. Peaches, slked or halves . ex. Ige cans 15c COCO RIUBNKITER CASTILE 5 bars 25c Sugar . . 101bs.51c Chocolate Covered Cherries . 1 Ib. box 19c Peanut Butter . . . . full 2 lb. jar 29c ExceUoFlour 491b». $1.49 Radiant Flour 49 Ib*. $1.69 Mary Ann Flour .... 49 Ibs. $2.09 Prince Albert & Velvet Tobacco, each lOc PEESH PBUITS AND VEGETABLES FRESH AND CUBED MEATS GROCERY BASKET Easter Novelties Easter Bunnies ,._ i c fa ggg Easter Baskets 2 for 6c, 5c and lOc Easter Egg Dye fc. and 10c Easter Cards ___&. ^d lOc A Complete Line of Easter Novelties Easter Candies Pure Chocolate Eggs ,__ r .16c and 26c Fruit & Marshinallow Center Eggs lc and 6c Marshmallow Center & Choc. Babbits lc, 2 for 5c, lOc, 15c Jelly Bird Eggs, i b< 10c Marshmallow Paned Eggs ,__, lb. 16c Hawcott & Ogg

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