The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 18, 1937 · Page 17
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 17

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 18, 1937
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St. Joe: Relatives received nounaemants here the past week of the Wrth of a daughter, Jo Ann Laotoe, to Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kayser of Waseoa, Kino. Sponion for the Jnfluit were Mrs. Casper Kayser of „ _„ ____, x •mmmjnrm m ••• J-»^i« %TA Waseea and Herbert Kayser from aere. This is the first child for Mr and Mrs. Ray Kayser and first •nudchild for Mr. and Mrs. Oasper «M83WeT. Many New Cars BOa* Bormann is driving a new »oo«»; Paul Thilgai, a new Plymouth; Herman Becker, a new Wort V-8 and Frank Hllbert a new Chevrolet, all purchased the past Sari Car in Minn. Mr, and Mrs. Will Reding and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Reding were visitor* at the Albert Garmanns in BSmore, Man., Thursday. Jim Red- teg- purchased a new Plymouth at •team and the following day, Jim Reding, Will Reding and Alfred Raffing drove back to Elmore to get the ear. Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Frideres o Whittemore visited with relatives here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zeimet from The Algona Upper De8Moines ) Algona > iowa > March 18,1937 St Benedict visited at the Henry Zeimet ST., home Sunday afternoon. Joe Mergen from Whittemore started work last week at the Ralph Redtngs for the coming ye*. Mrs. William Hammer and son, Herbert were Thursday visitors at the Herbert Benge home at Bradgate. Mr. and Mrs, George Thul were Thursday afternoon visitors at the Mrs. Anton Wilmes home at Bancroft Thomas Wagner and Richard Thul attended a SL Patrick's party at the home of Frederick Anderson of Li verm ore Sunday evening. How will Mii>v?»eliminate future r».«cr<j,v.is_ •f 90' fioorit , •i«'^^ / Rniih. > ^*afl He : Minwon JMINI IrafM and beeomet port of In* wood— « wipe renews th* tiniih. Its true . . . this wonder-' ful, complete floor finish stains and waxes ... it penetrates deep into the wood—preserves the fibre, gives a beautiful finish. Then an occasional wiping keeps floors permanently good-looking. M IN WAX K. S.Cowan Dealer in Wright Bobber Tile Mrs. Orviiie Wagner spent Monday and Tuesday with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Jim Reding, helping them get settled in their home in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kayser and family and Anna Kayser spent the week end with the Casper Kayser family at Waseea and the Nick Phillips family at Claremont, Minn Mr. and Mrs. John Lowman and daughter. Alice, Bode, and Mr. and Krs. A. C. Holtzbauer and son, Bobbie, Algona, were Sunday afternoon visitors at the William Hammer tome. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zeimet and ielen Kruecher from St. Benedict, ft. and Mrs. Eugene Thul from Ottosen and Math Zeimet and Liz- sie and Eugene were last Sunday vening supper guests at the Proser Frideres home. LONE BOCK NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Householder spent Sunday evening at the Calvin Householders. Mr. and Mrs Walter Ditsworth, guests of the Clarence Theesfelds Fenton. Mrs. LyJe Marlow assisted her mother, Mrs. E. C. Bierstedt, Burt, entertaining the Lutheran Aid las Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Pearson drove to Jackson, Minn., Sunday to see the House of David-Globe Trot ters game. Mrs. Leona Woods, Robert Householder and the Glenn Householders were Sunday guests at the Clarence Householders. Betty Ann and Eula Mae Sharp spent the week end with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Dempsey, Fenton. Mrs. George Hanna, daughter Myrtle and Alvin Hanna were last Thursday evening guests at the A. B. Schencks, Algona. Rev. R. R. Brown, Omaha, has been procured to deliver the commencement address of the local schools in the spring. Mrs. Walter Krause attended a birthday party last Friday afternoon, honoring Mrs. F. F. Mueller at her home in Fenton. Ruth Krueger, Burt, spent the week end at the Charles Morris home. Ernest Krueger, Burt, was a Sunday dinner guest there. The Lyle Marlows, Grace Newbrough, Viola, June and Clara Bierle were all Sunday dinner guests at the Hugh Marlows. Mr. and Mrs. John Newbrough, Ray Reynolds and the Lawrence Newbroughs spent Sunday at the Edw. Blanchards, Irvington. Ray Snyder drove to Elmore Minn., Thursday. Mrs.. Snyder' who has been ill at the home of her parents, returned with him. Mr. and Mrs. August Meyer of Fenton, and Mrs. Leonard Wamp, Virginia, Minn., spent last week Tuesday at the Walter Krauses. Kathryn and Gladys Stebritz an the latter's brother and wife. Ttey returned Sunday afternoon. : The John Kramer family movec Saturday into the Raymond Priebe house, better known as the Langer- marm house, which waf vacated by the Clarence Wegener family. Mr. arid Mrs. Don Weisbrod and Mrs. Kate Newel went to Lester, Monday to bring home Mrs. W. J Weisbrod, who spent two weeks with her daughter. Mrs. Denker. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Priebe. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hantelman and Albert Bleckwenn were at Spencer last week Thursday. The ladies did Easter shopping and the men attended a stock sale. The Fenton Walther League held ts monthly meeting last week. The opic study "Christian Schools and Sunday Schools" was discussed. The lusinew meeting was In charge of Leona Borchardt, president Mrs. Harry Widdel entertained ler bridge club Saturday afternoon. Mrs. F. P. Newel won the high core prize and Mrs. G. R Johnson the second high. Mrs. Alvin Zumach and Mrs. Peter Jensen were guests. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Finnestad en- tertained Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Yager and Oarenc* *kd Mr. aad Mrs. Clarence Wegtner and family at supper Wednesday evening In honor of their daughter, Rosemary's llth birthday anniversary. Mrs. Myrtle Hanna, Lorena and Ella Dreyer and Donna Jean Bailey spent Wednesday last week at Mason City, where they attended a meeting conducted by Miss Ella Gardner of Washington, D. C., who gave a talk and discussion on posture. Mrs. C G. Humphrey entertained at a quilting party Wednesday and Thursday afternoon of last WMk. Guests were Mrs. Frances Lakin, Mra Philip Weisbrod, Mrs. Anna Osborn?'Mrs. H. C. Undsey, Mrs. Oral Kern, Mrs. J. T. Snyder, Mrs. J. B. Hanson and Mrs. W. Holldorf. Mrs. Elsie Dreyer and son, Raymond, motored to Des Molnes Saturday to meet Mrs. Edwin Peter and son, Victor of Breckenridge, Oklahoma, also the former's brother, August Meyer, who has been visiting in Oklahoma. They are visiting with Mrs. Peter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meyers. They were called here by the serious Illness of Mr. Meyers. ssttsFw^ a Victor Rogers home. The Charles Hill family visited the Harry Sunday afternoon at Warburtons, Lakota. The Delmar Angus family, Algona, were Sunday dinner guests at the R. T. Angus home. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Reynolds, Algona, spent last Thursday evening at the Will Christensens. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Hackbarth of Letts Creek, spent Sunday afternoon at the Rudolph Peters. Mervin Marlow and Supervisor Charles Morris made a business trip :o Minneapolis last Thursday. June Bierle, teacher near Rocic Rapids, spent the week end at the parental Charles Bierle home. Mrs. Albert Thompson and children. Bancroft, spent Thursday evening at the M. E. Blanchard's. The F. F. Schroedera, Fenton were last week Tuesday evening guests at the Henry Schrocders. Edward Hoppe, Fairmont, and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Harris spent Sunday evening at the P. L. Persons. Mr. and Robert Ackerman . . and Mrs. Caroline Ackerman spent Sunday at the R. E. Trainers, Kanawha. Theo. Krueger. daughter Elma. and Gust Kraft were Sunday dinner Thursday with the former's moth er, Mrs. Jessie Stebritz, Bancroft The Rudolph Peters family wer guests at the Frank Tietz home, Al gona, last week Tuesday evening the occasion being in honor of Mr Tietz's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Shaser ani the Albert Shasers, Mrs. Marthi Rath and son, Lawrence, were Sun day dinner guests at the Harvev Raths, LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. August Peterson Swea City, spent Sunday afternooij at the Jim Ackcrmans. Other afternoon and evening guests were the Ralph Pricbes, Bancroft. Margaret Schlocman, instructor in the local schools, spent the week 'nd at her parental home in Estherville. Leona Schulz drove to Armstrong Sunday to meet her. Mrs. George Hanna. son, Everett, Mrs. Maude Hanna. Burt. and Alvin Hanna. Wolf Point, Montana, spent from Saturday till Tuesday at the B. T. Hanna.s. Schindler, South Dakota. Mrs. Merwin Marlow. son Merrill and Mrs. Melvin Hawks and children were Sunday dinner guests Your Cost Will Be Reasonable For A Good Job invite ou us fiiriuv out the cost of any new wiring or electrical mod- emizntion you may have in mind. HEAT APPLIANCES—REPAIRS ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING LICENSED AND BONDED Walsh Electri Ry. Express Office Phone 50 • ~- » --J—"Muj vtitjiifi jjucaus of the Bernard Lecpers. Mr. Marlow and Mr. Hawks were guests at the Edw. Marlows, cast of Bun. Mrs. Will Dodds. Union, was a last week Tuesday visitor at th Prank Flaigs. Elsie \Villrett, Al Rona. and Mrs. Caroline Ackerman Burt. came Sunday afternoon tc the Flaig home for a few days' vis Mrs. Michael Elbert, Algona, Ber- neyee Roderick. Ventura and Edw Geilenfeldt, Algona, spent Sunday afternoon with Gladys and Kathryn Stebritz. Gladys returned to Ventura with Berneyce where she will visit a week. Frank- Fiuig accompanied by R. Bierstedt. drove to Iowa City Sun, day. getting Hirma Ackerman who underwent a hernia operation there at the hospital. They also made a business trip to Moline, 111. All returned Monday evening. GET UNBIASED ADVICE ABOUT AUTOMATIC HEAT Delco-Heat offers you automatic equipment for every type of heating system—for winter air conditioning—and meets your requirements with products of General Motors. • AuuHnatic heating preMots problem* that vary according to the size of your home, present heating plant, and other fectora. Thafa why you can consult a Defco-Heat dealer with confidaooe, He can meet your particular requirementa. 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