The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 18, 1937 · Page 23
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 23

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 18, 1937
Page 23
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, March 18,1937 "Windmills of Holland" Now Scheduled for Eve mug March 30 Seneca: The Seneca operetta, which was to be given Thursday, March 25th, has been postponed until Tuesday evening, March 30th. The operetta is entitled "Windmills of Holland". Following is the cast of characters: Mynheer Hertagenbosch, rich Holland farmer, Keith McKean; Vrown Hertagenbosch, his wife, Etna Ravn; Wilhelmina, their daughter, Harriet Olsen; Hilda, another daughter, Margaret Wolf: Bob Yankee, an American salesman, Daryle Hanson; Hans, student of music, in love with Wilhelmina, Deun St. John; Franz, rich farmer's son in love with Hilda, Merlin Dotson; Katrina, rich farmer's daughter, Evelyn demenaen; chorus of farmer's daughters, txiretta Crowley, Bonnie Bvers, Elizabeth Burt, Helen Hurt, Helen Cody, Leona Hansen, Dagny Ravn, Elaine Jacobson, Barbara Lentsch and Evelyn Clemensen. Burned by Coffee Marjorie Simpson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Simpson, had the misfortune to burn one aide of her face by spilling hot coffee on it Saturday. Frank Looft has been reelected as director of the Seneca school. Mr. and Mrs. Tom St. John spent Thursday evening at th* A. T. Paulsen home. The N. R. G.'s met at the home of Qiadys and Noradel Dotson on Saturday afternoon. Edna and Hazel Ferguson spent Thursday afternoon at the Mike Rolfe home near Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Merrill and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Denton were business callers in Algona Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Van Alstine and sons of near Ehnore, Minn., were dinner guests at the Sheldon Merrill home Sunday. GOOD HOPE NEWS The Earl Steinmans visited relatives at Wesley Sunday. The R. F. Hawcotts visited the Joe Maddens at Haifa Sunday. Mesdames James Knoll, A. J. Dittmer, Etna Mitchell and Otto Harlan spent the day at Fort Dodge last Friday. E. Stewart, Burt, has been at the R. F. Hawcotts the past several days assisting in clearing timber along the dredge ditch. Mr. and Mrs. James Knoll and Mr. and Mrs. Harris Wadsworth and daughter were guests at the Arie Dittmers Sunday. The Quinten and Cecil Bjustroms visited rleatives at Stratford, from Friday to Monday. The Good Hope choir met for a special practice of Easter music at the parsonage Sunday evening. Recent purchaser of new tractors are-: A. J. Dittmer, a new International F-20; Jens Sorensen, a John Deere; Budolph Peters, an International F-12; lawrence Dittmer, a new International F-20. Harvey Peck is a patient at the Kossuth hospital where he is receiving treatment for an ulcerated tooth and consequent infected jawbone. A minor operation was necessary for the release of accumulated pus. He is improving rapidly. The O. TJ. R, class of Good Hope Sunday School combined business and pleasure at their monthly meeting, Friday evening last, at the community room. The affair was in the nature of a farewell party in honor of Mary Cruikshank, who moves to Algona with her parents this week. Will Spear and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Steuder, Elkton, Minn., visited the Roy Sarchetts Sunday. Mr. Spear has recently been made the manager of the hardware and grocery store owned at Elkton by the company for which he formerly worked before a period when he was in business for himself there. WUlard Gross accompanied Algona John Deere representatives to Qgoen, Iowa, Friday where they delivered a John Deere Model B tractor to A. M. Gustafson. WUlard remained at the Gustafsons until Sunday, returning with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Gross in the new Terraplane recently purchased by them. • -.^ Mrs. Mabel Ehrhardt and Mrs. Alta Lowman were received into full membership of Good Hope church at the services of worship last Sunday. Dale and Doris Ehrhardt were received into preparatory membership at the same service. These and James and Iris Lowman all received the Sacrament of Baptism. Mervln Gardner left for Chicago Saturday night where he will do some project work with Diesel engines in completion of a correspondence course on which he has been working for several months. In order to provide transportation to the city he, with several others from this section, accompanied a shipment of livestock for Lewis McWhorter. The Good Hope Sunday School Board met at the parsonage Wednesday evening of last week to consider reorganization of certain departments of the school, of plans for more efficient work and selection of some new officers and teachers. The school has been hard hit this spring by removal from the community of the A. RL Cruikshanks and the A. M. Gustafsons— two teachers and a school superintendent. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bisenius and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Besch and Cecelia Besch were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Bisenius. St. Benedict Men Start Long Trek To Sask., Canada St Benedict: Art Rosenmeyer, accompanied by his brother,' Edward and sister, Mrs. Dome, drove to Morgan, Minn., Monday for several days' visit with their uncle, Joe Krause. Edward and Mrs. Dome will leave from there for their home at Yorkton, Saskatchewan, Canada, after havtng spent most of the winter with their mother, Mrs. Josephine Rosenmeyer and other relatives. Miss Verna Eischen spent Tuesday with her friend, Louise Huschka. Miss Harriett Simons spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Mary Simons. Al Rosenmeyer arid August Huschka spent Thursday in Omaha on business. Mrs. Mary Simons and son, Ralph spent from Friday to Sunday at the Leo Ludwig home. Miss Melvina Simons spent the week end with her sister, Mrs. Jack Kutschara near Sexton. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Miller of Plum Creek were Sunday dinner guests at the Herbert Arndorfer home. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kenna of Whittemore were Sunday afternoon visitors at the E. F. Arndorfer home. Miss Irene Fasbender left Sunday for Des Moines, where she will attend a beauty culture convention for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Fred McWhorter of Whittemore attended funeral services for Herman Erickson last Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Ludwig were called to Algona Friday night by the serious illness of the latter's mother, Mrs. Henry Lichter. Miss'Johanna Recker returned home last week from Alta Vista, where she had spent several months with her brother, Lawrence and sister Ermlna. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Arndor&r had as their Sunday dinner guests, Mr. and Mrs. L. 1C Arndorfer and family of Bancroft mnd Mr. and Mrs M. N. Borman and family. A declamatory contest was held at Ayrshire Friday night where a number of pupils of Presentation Academy took part and won honors. Katherine O'Brien won first in dramatic and Edna Fandel won second in humorous. On Tap We Now Have the Herman Standard Work Shoes and the Herman Police Shoes The Herman Co. makes shoes for Uncle Sam. All shoes are made according to specifications. Their police shoes have arch supports built In, also have extended counter and are worn by police in New York and all the big cities. We feel that we have done a good thing for our customers in acquiring this standard line. Jimmie Neville We're having a lot of fun remodeling, and we want everyone to come in and enjoy it with us. True, we're a little mixed up, and things are often not where we think they are, but we can find them, and these special prices will make it well worth your while to come in. We are building a new prescription room, new wall paper and paint deartment, and anew general supplies room. Other improvements are also being built. I Wallpaper : Home beauty is reflected in every : wall which is papered with our E selection of modern paper. We : will gladly send our representa- • tive to call and show you our : complete line of sample papers— • imported and domestic, priced : from 15c a roll to $6, and every • roll the best available quality for : its price. We have dozens of patterns at 15c per double roll and less. With 15c paper you can paper a 10x12 room for $1.53 And we could not take time to count our wall paper patterns that run 25c per double roll and under, but you will be surprised at the large selection. You can paper a 10x12 room with 25c paper for $2.23 DRUGS and Sickroom Supplies Baby Guardian Fever Thermometer $1.00 Kurd's Rubbing Alcohol, pts. 2»c One pint M. I. Antiseptic Solution 49c One pint Lamson's Mineral Oil 3 »c One quart, Lamson's Mineral Oil . « 9c 1 Ib. PNJIlium Seed Blonde __29c 4 <»z. Purdy's Castor Oil 25c One pint Puretest Cod Liver OH _ $1.00 One pint Masters Cod Liver Oil 69C One pint Haskell's Milk Magnesia »»c 1 Hi. rharinona Cold Cream _4»c One pint Mascal's Almond Hand Lotion 49c One pint La ('lair Castile Shampoo 49c Special | on 1 House Cleaning j Supplies I Climax Cleaner lOc | Marigold Wall Clean-. _ 8 er 25c = Sponges 25c to $1 | Chamois 25c to $1.25 If Dicadoo Cleaner 30c M Boyer's Wax, both dry | and liquid 49c = Johnson's Glo Coat _59c js Now if you want liquid f wax by the gallon we j= have it for _ $2.50 = K. D. JAMES

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