The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 11, 1937 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 11, 1937
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The JUgona Upper Dee Urines, Algona, Iowa, March 11,1937 JttdBft Celebfcte 25th Anniversary At Portland Home Portlasd: Mr. and Bin. Tony Jandl were pleasantry surprised on Saturday evening when 16 of their frftnds arrived to help them celebrate their silver wedding anniversary. The evening was spent socially and five hundred was played. A delicious limoh was served by Ml*. Mennet Trunkhfll and Elda Jandl. The George Laraens visited at Al goaa Saturday. Mrs. Mennet Trunkhill was bod- faat Monday wth influenza. tona Godfradson visited the S. M. Pdtenene Monday afternoon. Directors were elected in the vaXtous acboois here Monday afternoon. flJMtlma Bristow spent Saturday nigbt with ber friend, Marjorie Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kollasch visited Sunday evening at tbe Ross Elridges. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shipler visit- ed-tbe LeRoy Burgers, Butt, Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Owen, Algona, visited Tuesday afternoon at the Will Gravers. Mrs. S. M. Petersen and daughter, Ema, called Sunday afternoon at the Alfred Godfredsons. The Leo Braytons ware seven o'clock dinner guests at the Will Ringsdorf home Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Seip and their children spent Sunday at the Clyde Bristows. They live near Irvington. Mr. and Mm. Will Grover and son, Harold, were dinner guests last Sunday at tbe L. II. Owens, Al- goaa. Ralph Bristow spent Sunday with his parents, the Clyde Bris- tows. He is employed on the Bernard Phelps farm. Mrs. Rex Austin and Bernice Larsen, Jewell, spent Saturday night and Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Larsen. Mrs. Albert Bunkofske and her daughter. Leola, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Clarke were Sunday dinner guest* at the Martin Berhows, Led- yacrd. Jbhn Trunkhill and Tom Trenary went to Rockwell, Iowa, Wednesday and Thursday to purchase sheep. Howard Clarke accompanied them. Mr. and Mm. Han? Unde and son, Roger, Armstrong, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Clarke, were Saturday supper guests at the Albert Bunkofske home. Mrs. Mary Weiland, Algona, spent the week end at the George Larsons. She is a sister >rf Mrs. Larsen and came here a year ago from Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Clarke went on a shopping trip to Fairmont, Minn., Saturday. They stopped to visit the Dwight Potters, near Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Laraen, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nelson, Waterloo, spent the week end at the George Larson and S. M. Petersen homes. Mrs. Nelson remained at the Petersons for a visit. C. A. McFarland surprised the G. O. McFarland family Friday evening when he returned from a two yean' jaunt to California and back. He will make his home in the future with his brother, G. O. McFarland. Dr.C.C SHIERK fracttcf i.lnultii lr. ' THE FEET Phone 2SO-W - - . . At,,™ Honor Henry Fox On Birthday At Bancroft Home Bancroft: A dinner party was held at the Dan Harris home, Sunday night, in honor of Henry Fox's birthday. After the dinner five hundred was played and Mrs. Joe Fox won high score and Mrs. Wilbur Fox second. Mrs. Fox was also presented with gifts. Ed Droemler Wins The school election was held at the Bancroft public school Monday and 33 ballots were cast. Ed Drocs- sler. president, received 33 votes: Ai Fuchs, 31 votes and A. A. Drocs- slcr, treasurer, 30 votes. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ditsworth returned Monday from a trip to South Dakota. Miss Curtis, a teacher at Fenton, spent the week end visiting at the G. D. Hart home. Mr. and Mrs. John Scholtos and four children were dinner guests at the Charles Scholtes home Sunday. Arthur Merrill drove to Webster City Monday. His wife, who has been visiting there, returned with him. Mrs. Anna Horton has returned from Spencer where she spent several months with her daughter and family. The teachers of the Bancroft public school entertained the school board at a three course dinner Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Foth spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Des Moines. They attended a plumbing; convention and planned to see Joe Louis fight in an exhibition bout Tuesday evening. Read The Want Ads—It Pay« A Half Million Offkers and Dlrectors of the SECURITY ST^TE BANK Appreciate tJie very friendly and generous treatment extended to us since we opened for business on April 20, 193G. In but a few flays over ten months our total footings 'have passed the half million dollar mark. This is gratifying and we pledge you always the most considerate and courteous" treatment, and every service consistent with sound banking. We invite you to make your banking home with us— the bank owned by your friends and neighbors. Security State Bank C. B. Murtagh, President A. Hutchison, Vice President Frank Kohihaas, Vice President E. A. Scheme!, Cashier To Give Seneca Operetta, 25th Seneca: The Seneca high school operetta, "The Windmills of Holland" will be presented in the Seneca school gymnasium TEursday evening, March 25th. Lavonne Bailey spent Saturday night and Sunday with her friend, Jean Looft. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Smith spent Thursday night at the Harley Hoeck home. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Hoeck spent the week end at the home of Mr. Hoeck's brother at LeMars. lone Bollig, beauty culture student at Ft. Dodge, spent the week end at the parental J. W. Bollig home. The Isaac Drew family of Depew spent Friday at the F. E. Slagle home. Mrs. Slagle is a daughter of tile Drews. Two Phone Lines In Union Elect Union: A telephone meeting was held at the Earl Taylor home for Line 20 on Monday evening of this week. H. A. Bates was re-elected president and Mrs. Earl Taylor was reelected secretary. A new lineman, Arthur Beck, was elected. The same officers were re-elected at the telephone meeting for Linen 2 and 26 last week. The meeting was held at District 4 school house. Frank Cruikshank is president; Joe Ricker, secretary, and Rudolph Will, lineman. y&ssasss&asg^^ Are Your Clothes In Easter Shape . . . if not let us renew them tbe MODERN WAY I i i i Thorough cleaning and pressing will make a last year's garment look and feel like new. * Hats, Dresses, Suits, Coats Check over the garments hanging in your closets and send them to the Modern—for better service, Mothproof. Modem Dry Cleaners We Deliver Theii're New Patterns? A ND WE have them. We boast '•the most exclusive set of wall paper patterns in the city, and this does not mean exorbitant prices, either. Papers for even* room in your home, and to match any color scheme or pattern. Four Factory Selections WE SELECTED our patterns from ™ the best values and styles of four factories. This gives us a wide selection at VERY reasonable prices. Still a few last year's papers left at almost give-away prices—and some remnants. Won't you come in today and let us show you our remarkable lines of papers? LUSBY'S 9S\

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