The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 1, 1937 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, April 1,1937 So sheer/ soft and inexpensive You might call it a "pan- $e-shbrt"j but by whatever name, it is ever so pojmlar. And the Shado- Stripe Bemberg wears and launders marvelously. 49c & 59c Brassier to match 79c Kresensky's Twenty Years •^ At Irvington On March 31, Wedrtesday of this week, the Rev. A. English completed his twentieth year as pastor of the Irvington Presbyterian church. Mr. English served the Irvington church during the years he was pastor of the Algona church and has continued the pastorate since his resignation Dances At Sexton Saturday, April 3 Malek'g Serenade™ Saturday, April 17 O.K. 7-piece band Saturday, April 24 Original Rhythm Club ll-plece band from Fairmont Saturday, May 8 Raggie Ringling DANCE EVERY SAT NTTE Ladles lOc, Gente 89e plus tax Slips that fit For a smooth contour and satisfactory wear select Rollins slips. Made of shado- stripe fabric, a soft lustrous bemberg. Full cut, four-gore slip with liberal shadow panel. STYLED BY Rollins 1.00 to 1.98 Kresensky's DO YOUR FLOORS NEED REFINISHING,? - ^sr I Jfien]youfvw//Jbe glad M IN WAX e//minafes all future rescrap/ng"/ Never again the expense and labor, the mess and inconvenience of rescraping. Minwax is a complete liquid finish tliat penetrates deep into the wood, becomes a part of the floor itself. nefinish your floors with Minwax and you can keep them Permanently beautiful with just the usual care. Because Minwax. goes into the wood the worn places are easily vestured in coin-- Floor Surfacing Contractor Phone 639 K G • 9« Are You Interested In a New Home This Spring? We are ready with materials, plans and ideas to help you answer that question. Let us cooperate with you. F. S. Norton & Son L. J. DcGraw has purchased the Jutts estate home on Phillips treet Sfetma E. Vlgnrs has purchased he home of Mrs. Stull Mathis of California. Mrs. C. H. Taylor has been con- ined to her home for the past week with the flu. Bemlce Ludwlp, beauty operator it West Bend, was a guest Easter Sunday of Mabel Kohl. A new background |g being; put in Graham's windows to match :hat of Misbach's windows. John Shllta of Mason City spent Friday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shilts. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice McMahon drove to Des Moines, Wednesday, on a business and pleasure trip. Mrs. Lew Dalley of Granada, Minnesota, Is spending the week with her mother, Mrs. Nels Larson. Kenneth Medln returned to Iowa State College Monday after spend- ng several weeks at home because of poor health. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Hflsteadt and daughter, Joan, will drive to Storm Lake Sunday to spend the day vis- ting with friends. Helen Latch of fowa Falls Is a guest of Catherine Stewart this week. Catherine la the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stewart Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Hllsteadt and daughter, Joan, were guests Easter Sunday at the home of friends, Mr. and Mrs. George Henely at Humboldt. Mary Thompson of Esthervllle visted last week and is visiting this week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R, H. Miller. Mary Is Mrs. Miller's niece. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Thompson of Sstherville were guests of Mr. and VTrs. R. H. Miller, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson are Mrs. Miller's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Weber of Lu- Verne and Mr. and Mrs ( H. A. Tuttle were dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Grooters. Week end guests «f Mr. and Mrs. Maurice McMnhon were the latter's mother, Mr*. Elisabeth Mangan and brothers, John and Harry of Minneapolis. Helen Bestenlehner, daughter of Joe Bestenlehner, left Wednesday for Los Angeles, California. Helen will make an indefinite visit there with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Holman Anderson spent Sunday at Crystal Lake visiting at the home of Mrs. Anderson's mother, Mrs. A. C. Sonner- holm, who has been 111. Alice Zelgler returned last week Friday from St Louis, Missouri, where she had been for a week visiting friends. Alice is employed In the office of Dr. C. D. Schaap. Lucille Crose of Glendale, who has been In Algona and Humboldt during the illness and death of her mother, Mrs. .Blanche Crose will re- tarn to California today (Thursday.) Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Bandy and daughter, Jane of Brltt, drove to Algona Easter Sunday morning to attend services In the Eplscopa church at Algona of which they are members. Donald Smith has been home from Iowa City during the past week. He had been there the past six weeks recovering from spastic paralysis. Donald Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Smith. F. B* Timm Is spending three weeks in Des Moines attending the school of Instruction of the Bell Telephone Company. Mr. Timm is manager of the local branch of the Bell Telephone Compsny. Kathryn Mlsbach returned to Emmetsburg Sunday after spending the week end with her brothers Leighton and Lawrence. Kathryn teaches home economics In the Emmetsburg high school. Joan and Mary Lowe, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. N. Victor Lowe are spending their week's vacation from school at their maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W, Shroyer, who reside In Hampton. Earl Mason will leave today (Thursday) for Jackson, Minnesota, where he will begin work in his new variety store. Mr. Mason was formerly janitor of the Algona high school and proprietor ol the Algona Hatchery. Mrs. W. G. McCullough and son Bob, drove to Newton last week Saturday and brought W. G. Mc- Cullough'a mother, Mrs. R. F. McCullough and Lena Davidson who will spend a week visiting at the W. G. McCullough home. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Schnepf one Mrs. W. A. Vigars drove to Cedar Falls to spend Easter Sunday with their respective daughters, Virginia Schnepf and Margaret Vigars The girls are students at the Iowa State Teachers' College there. Mr. tuid .Mrs. Clarence Stewar and daughters, Joan Francis ant. Catherine will spend the week eiu at Mason City. Mr. Stewart wil attend a sales meeting and the family will be guests at the home o; Mrs. Stewart's brother, Leon Beam^ ish. Mr. and Mrs. Chet Williams and son, Bob and Valeria Pickett drove to Mason City Sunday to spend the day with the former's parents, Mr and Mrs. J. R. Williams. JOL Bloom acompanied them and visile; that day with his mother, Mrs Sam Bloom. Sunday guests at the homes o Mr. and Mrs. Delmar McFadden and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Genrich were the women's parents, Mr. am Mrs. C. E. Jones of Livermore, their sister, Ruth Jones, teacher a Ledyard. The latter had been here since Thursday. Dorothy DeMott, daughter o Mrs. L. M. Merritt, spent the week end with her mother. Dorothy is a student at the Nebraska State Teachers' College. She returned on Sunday, driving as far as Sioux City with L. M. Merritt and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Becker. Mr. and Mn. Fred Tubbeeing Mr. and Mrs. Jay Tubbesing and son, Donald of Mason City, and Mrs. J. Kent of Muscatine were Easter guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace MacDougall. Mrs. HacDougall and Bobby returned to Mason City _ with them and are spending Easter S vacation there. * H. B. White spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Des Moines on business. Bernard Wilson of Lake Mill* spent Monday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Wilson. Mrs. D. L. Leffert left Saturday for Nevada to enter the sanitarium for a few weeks' rest and relaxation. Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. S. W. Meyer and son, Wayne, were dinner guests of the former's brother, H. D. Meyer, at LuVerne. Mrs. S. W. Meyer and son. Wayne spent Wednesday and Thursday at Fenton ns guests at the home of Rev. J. K. Snyder and family. Dr. and Mrs. O. J. Frltt and little son, John, of Cherokee .were Sunday guests at the home of Mrs. Fritz's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Reidy. Mrs. C. Paul Carlson and son returned from Minneapolis Friday after a short visit at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nygaard. Betty Edge will arrive Friday to spent a week's spring vacation with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Edge. Betty is attending Cornell College at Mount Vernon. Algona high school students participating In the district music contest at Nevada are Phyllis Sawyer, clarinet, Betty Merrftt, bassoon and Jane Cretzmeyer, piano. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Boeder will ake the latter's mother, Mrs. Mary Sweeney to Dubuque Thursday (today) to visit two daughters and a son for the next few weeks. Emma Spongberg arrived Saturday morning from West Union, vhere she teaches the second grade n school, to spend the week with er parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al Spong- «rg. I Mrs. L. J. Peterson and two sons, nd Mr. and Mrs. August Peterson if Swea City were guests at the lomes of Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Wilson ind Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Rising, 'ickett drove to Humboldt, Tuesday evening and were the guests if Mrs. Henry Pedersen, who be- ore her recent marriage was Berice Dearchs. C. L. BUley has brought his fam- ly, wife and three daughters, Margaret, Mary, and Thesea Ann, to Algona from Leon, Iowa. They will occupy the Cotton house. Mr. Bliey Is proprietor of the new shoe itore in Algona. The following children were bap- ized at the Congregational church Sunday: Phil Eagen Anderson, Roy tennis Walker, Claire Don Schaap, Vlary Jo Weber, Judith Murtagh Ruth Virginal Larson and John Michael Keneflck. Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Richardson daughter, Meredith, drove to Ames :oday (Thursday) to visit their son, Max, student at the Iowa State college. Max will graduate In June from an industrial science course, and In July will leave for New York City to be employed In the Bell Telephone laboratories. Saturday. Margaret Brown and Valeria A. Gwhl went to Eldora Wednesday to be employed in a tailor shop here. Mr. Guehl recently sold his tailor shop here to Mr. Clopton. Erwin Brnner, who I* attending the Hamilton College at Mason City, spent Enster at his parental home. Jim Pool, Tf>m Dnllcy nnd Ed Hanson attended the builders' display in Des Moines the first of the week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Cecil Lund nnd family of Clear Lake were guests at the W. J. Payne home Monday evening. Mr. nnd Mrs. Raymond Norton spent Sunday at Mnrshalltown as guests of Mr, Norton's mother, Mrs. W. A. Norton. Mr. nnd Mrs. P. J. Johnson of Ruthven were guests at the home of Dr. nnd Mrs. H. M. Olson, Tuos- day. The former are Mrs. Olson's parents. Rev. P. J. Braner left Tuesday for Ocheydan, Iowa, to attend a Lutheran pastoral conference, which will be held Tuesday, Wednesday nnd Thursday. ( Margaret Nelson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Nelson, is spending the week with her parents. She is a student at Mark's St. Mary's College at Cherokee. Mrs, Herman Schoonmnker of Sanborn returned to her home on Wednesday morning after a few days' visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Edward Ostrum. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Spilles took the former's mother, Mrs. John Spilles, of Whlttemore to Rochester Monday. Mrs. Spilles has not been in good health and will go through the clinic there. Helen Plopper, who In a freshman student at the teachers' college at Mankato, is spending this week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Plopper. who met her at Blue Earth Sunday. Frank Mathes was In Algona on Tuesday looking after business matters. He Is now operating the States cafe in Ames. The cafe was formerly known as the Puritan. Mrs. Mathes and Owen are spending this week In Ames. Mr. and Mrs. James Allen and three sons, Dickie Jim, Billy Bob and Jackie Lee have moved into their house on South Dodge street. They formerly were Fort Dodge residents. Mr. Allen will work for the Algona Baking Company. Mrs. Chris C. Knutson, Mrs. Dennis Goeders, Mrs. Harold Falken- hainer, and Mrs. Norman Walker and baby son, Roy, spent Wednesday at Blue Earth visiting the former's daughter, Mrs. Peterson. Mr. Peterson is the florist at Blue Earth. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. Rlnggenberg were her parents, Mr. and Mrs.' Abe Tuttle of Blue Earth, Mrs. RlnggenbergVf brother, Floyd Tuttle and Mr. and Mrs. Art Frandl and family of Good Tunder, Minnesota. Mrs. Rlnggenberg and Mrs. Frandl are sisters. The Rev. and Mrs. M. A. SJo- strand and son drove to St. Peter, Minnesota, Monday, to visit at the home of, the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sjostrand. Robert Sellstrom and Gertrude Nelson, students at the Gustavus Adolphus college, returned with them to resume their studies. Jerome Weaver, ion of the late Lewis Weaver, -who U •> student at the University of Minnesota, ppent his Krister vacation in this vicinity visiting his uncle. M. P. Weaver, and with his aunt. Mrs. Josephine Stnnton. His father, for many years a well known Aleronn hoy. died at his home in North Dnkotn a number of years ngo. After the death of Jerome's father the family moved to San DioRo. 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