The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 15, 1937 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 15, 1937
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MR. AND MRS. JOHN STONE OF CHOSEN WED 40 YEARS AGO Sururised On Anniversary by Friends; Presented With Gifts Ottosen: A group of neighbors and friends surprised Mr. and Mrs. John Stone Wednesday evening at their home. The occasion was their 40th wedding anniversary. The evening was spent in a social way, Several songs were sung during the evening including "Abide With Me", and "God Be With You Until We Meet Again" by the group and a solo. "I Love You Truly" by Mrs. Clara Landers. Mr. and Mrs. Stone were presented with some very nice gifts and flowers. At a late hour lunch, brought by the guests, was served and all departed wishing this grand couple many more happy returns. The following were present: Mrs. Charles Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Struthers, Air. and Mrs. Watson Struthers, Mr. and Mrs. J. P Starin, Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Tonder- um, Mr. and Mrs, G. A. Cooper Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Landers, Mr and Mrs. Archie Hansen, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Henrlkson, Myrtle and Harold Henrikson, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zinnel and daughter, Muriel, Mrs. M. P. Storesund and son, Gerner, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Olson and sons, Nels Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Thul and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jacobson. Back Prom Clinic Jake Ryg returned home Friday from Rochester, where he went through the clinic. He returned to Rochester, Monday, where he will undergo an operation. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Zinnell were callers at Algona Tuesday. Dr. Shipley is in the Kossuth hospital at Algona at this time. Mr. and Mrs. Watson Struthers were Algona shoppers Saturday. Henry Henrikson and Tom Olson were callers in Algona Thursday. The Algona Upper Pea Moiaes, Algotta, Iowa, April 15,1937 Don Usher of Ames visited at the Henry Henrikson home over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. F. Maahs of Whittemore visited at the Jake Ryg home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Jacobson ol Bode visited at the Henry Henrikson home Sunday. Blanche Henrikson who teaches at Lone Rock, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dearchs and family of Algona visited at the Eugene Hoflus home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Erick Dahl and children visited at the Ole Olson home at Clarion, Sunday. Mrs. W. H. Wehrspann and son, Leo, and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wehr- spann were shoppers in Algona Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jacob* and daughter, Patty Ann of West Bend visited at the Peter Holt home on Sunday. The Jolly Twelve 500 club met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lovig Friday evening. Mrs. Irvin Movick was assistant hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kramer, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Olson anO Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Landers attended a farm bureau meeting at Map Lawn Tuesday night. HOWARD SIGSBEE OF BURT IS HOST, BIRTHDAY, SAT. Local Items of Burt Vic inity For Past Pew Days BROWNELL'S i? ...definitely deserves... for having secured for you those nationally famous ,... the same styles as seen in Vogue and sponsored by famed fashion dictators. $5.00 and $5.5o A parade of footwear beauty such as never before •witnessed! Charm, beauty, distinction are portrayed in every line ... that is why Air Step Shoes are preferred by fashion-knowing women. And because of their supreme Quality and Fit they will soar to an " J ' ' ' peak here as they have kout the entire nation! tneir supreme Quality and til unprecedented popularity p« skyrocketed to fame throughc Youthful Styles Unusual Designs Newest Colors BROW Algona CELL'S Shoe Company Algona Burt: Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sigsbee entertained ten young men on Saturday evening in honor of the birthday of their son, Howard. They were Charles Lappe, Willis Vogel, Ed Schranen, Gerald Bahling, Hugh McDonald, Gene Martinson, Willard Stow, Loren Clayton, Melbourne Mansmith and Keith Thaves. Lakota Boy Preaches Norman Frerklng, son of the Rev. Frerking. Lakota, preached at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning in the absence of the pastor, the Rev. Joseph Doms. Rev. Doms expects to be back to preach next Sunday morning. Men Entertain Women The men of the church are entertaining the women at a kid party in the Methodist church Tuesday evening, April 13. Helen Wade spent the week end with her parents. Beada Kollasch, Des Moines, spent the week end at home. The Birthday circle meets Thursday at Mrs. G. C. Giddlngs home. Mary Ann Smith went to Ames Friday evening to attend Science Day. The W. J. Stewarts were Sunday dinner guests at the Dr. J. G. Clap- saddles. Junior Sigler was confined to his iiome several days last week with the flu. The L. R Roetmans spent Sun- lay with Mr. Roetman's parents at Sanborn. The Fortnightly club will meet r riday afternoon with Mrs. W. W. Boettcher. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Graham. Alrona, visited Sunday at the J. G. iewick home. Mrs. Walter Sorensen will enter- ain the Hi-Low bridge club Thursay afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Meinzer vis- :ed Mr. Meinzer's sisters in Fort Dodge Sunday. The Rev. and Mrs. O. Geisler. pencer. spent Sunday at the Rev. ^. Richmann home. S. J. Fardal. a former Burt in- tructor. now at Adel, was calling n Burt friends Sunday. Alice Eighme entertained her brother, Lucius, and a Mr. Hammond, Clarion, Sunday. A couple of car loads of Epworth Leagujrs attended a convention at West Bend Monday evening. Grace Godfredson, Swea City, came to the F. L, RyenMW.hama on Sunday to assist for A. whijBsW The Art Fandels visited at the home of Mr. Fandel'a sister, Mrs. T. J. Kelly, at Emmetsburg Sunday. er, W. J. Heaney, and his father, Tom Heaney, who was staying with his son and going through the clinic there. Mrs. John Kuchenreuther returned 'Thursday from Lakota where she had spent a week with Mr. Kuchenreuther, who la being cared for at the home of a sister. She left him somewhat Improved in health. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Thompson and daughter, Ruth, spent the week end with their daughter, Barbara, who Is a patient at the University hospital at Iowa City. They also visited Mr. Thompson's mother and sister at Grinnell. Mrs. Dora Armstrong came Saturday to spend a week at the E. C. Sanderson home and with other Burt friends. She had dinner Monday with Mrs. John Kuchenreuther. Mrs. Armstrong makes her home with her daughter in Spencer. Alvin A. Hanna left Monday for Minneapolis and from there was to leave for his home at Wolf Point, Montana. Mr. Hanna had spent n number of weeks here visiting relatives and friends, after spending the winter at San Antonio, Texas. Betty Bush, Algona, spent the week end at the J. H. Schroeder home, while her aunt, Edna Staley, vent to Iowa City to visit her mother, Mrs. E. H. Staley, who had an operation on her eyes at the University hospital a week or two ago. Mrs. Amy Foley has resigned as clerk in the Quality Store in Corwith and will leave Saturday for Galesburg, Illinois, for a two weeks visit with her son, Paul and family. Paul Is professor of dramatics at Knox college In Galesburg. From there Mrs. Foley will go to Washington to spend the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Masterson went to Humboldt Saturday to make the acquaintance of a new granddaughter, little Rennle Lou Bastian. Rennie Lou is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Bastian. She was born Saturday morn- Ing, 'April 10, and weighs eight pounds. Mrs. Bastian was formerly Miss Louise Masterson. This is their first child. Portland Twp. Mrs. Helen Basset, who works at the George Carroll home, spent the week end at her home in Algona. The George Grays and Mike Arends were Sunday dinner guests at the Edgar Inlay home in Lakota. The G. P. Hawcott and Mrs. Bertha Wallace were Sunday supper guests at the R. F% Hawcott home. The C. B. Chipmans and Wm Elvidge were Sunday dinner guests at the Roy Jensen home in Lone Rock. Lurfna Wesse! left Monday morning for Dows. where she will spend a month keeping house fo: a friend. Mrs. Dale Dundas, who has been ill for several weeks, was taken to . the State Hospital in Cherokee, on J Monday. Dr. Stewart, superintendent of the State Hospital at Independence "tiled on Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle on Monday. * Mr and Mrs. D. T. Hobson nne) son. Harold, spent Sunday at the home of their son. Raymond at -Marcus. Mrs. G C. Giddings went to Algona Sunday to spend a few days with her daughter, Mrs. Raymond riousour. The W. E. Braces spent Sunday at the <j. E. Brace home. The S. E Straleys. Fenton, were also Sunday supper guests there. A. A. Hanna. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. .Smith and Mrs. Maude Hanna were dinner guests Saturday evening at tht Li L. McDonald home. Mrs. Paul Moore returned Sunday after a several weeks' visit in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Leonard Schmidt at Bode. Mrs S. E. Straley and two daughters of Ftnton. spent from Tuesday to Friday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Brace. Mrs R. A. Bartlett. Whittemore visited Friday at the J H. Schroeder home. Milton Mc-Bride returned home with her and spent the week end. Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Smith and son. Richard. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Smith and A. A. Hanna. Wolf Point, Montana, visited Sunday at the R. C. Smith home in Jefferson. The Art Bettins. Forest City, visited Burt friends Sunday. The Bet- tins are former Burl r.-sideius and Mr. Bettin conducted a grocery here for a number of years. Mrs. F. L. Pratt was called to ties Moines Sunday by the illness of her brother, Nye Duckmanton who was very ill with pneumonia a', thfc Veterans' hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. J. \V. Dorrance went to Cedar Falls Sunday and visited Mrs. Sarah Turnbuli. Monday, Mr. Dorrance went on to Dubuque to attend a horse tale. The Kidehs Sunday School class meets Wednesday afternoon of this week at the home of Mr*. L. E. RueUnari Esther Bahling and Mr*. C H Chip/nan uri- ajutant hostesses. Mr. a/id Mrs Geo. Worden and daughter, Wihna. Dows, visited on Sunday aUtruoou at the Rev. G. H Wesael home. The C. B. Hoffmans spent Sunday at the O. £. S. Dinner At Corwith, Thursday Fall-view: Paradise Chapter No. 584 of the Order of the Eastern Star held its regular meeting on Monday evening at the Masonic hall. Thirty-two members attended and refreshments were served at the close of the evening. On Thursday of this week. Miss Eva Burroughs, the district Instructor of Dumont, will hold a school of instruction at the hall. A 6:30 dinner will be served to the instructor and the officers of the local order at'the M. E. church parlors by the Dorcas circle of the Ladies' Aid. A special meeting of the O. E. S. will be called at eight o'clock the same evening. Enjoy Buffet Supper Members of the Corwith Women's club were guests at a buffet supper last Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. G. W. Beacon. On Tuesday afternoon the club met with Mrs. Charles Martin for a silver tea. The afternoon was spent discussing the program for the coming year, High School Operetta The Corwith high school will present its annual operetta on Friday night at the Merchants Theatre in Corwith. The name of the operetta is "Tune In" and it has a cast of sixty students. Miss Esther Smith, the local music instructor is the director. Mrs. Addie Mass! on is seriously ill at the home of her son, Howard Massion. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Shank and •on. Donald, left Saturday for Danville, EL, where they expect to make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marr spent The Misses. Josephine and Gertrude Blum and Betty Camden of Minneapolis spent the week end at the John Blum and E. S. Camden homes. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Plathe and sons, Delmer and Arthur of Bode, and Henry Irmlter, Jr., and son, Ronald of Ringsted were Sunday dinner guests at the H. M. Irmiter home. Mrs. Arthur Schultz and son, Jackie Lee of Britt and Mrs. John Pritchard and daughter, Sally Ann and son, Billy, of Garner, visited Saturday at the parental John Laffey home. Don't Let Leaky Faucets Rob You while You Sleep t A telephone call brings us promptly to your home at a very reasonable cost. Just tfrink! A1-16 inch opening in your faucet wastes 19,253 gallons in a month and costs you $7.70. A 1-32 inch opening wastes 4,815 gallons in a month and costs you $4.40. STOP THAT THIEF LAING & MUCKEY Phone 464 N. Dodge St. . . n Sunday at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Mnrr at Spirit Lake. The bridge club met Monday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs Robert Jorgenson. High score was won by Mrs. Jorgenson. There arc two new babies in the community: Mr. and Mrs. Max Sloan and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Burns are parents of daughters. Mrs. Harold Evans is substituting at the Corwith post office for John Carlson, the assistant postmaster. Mr. Carlson has sciatic rheumatism. Coach and Mrs. J. Francis Kee drove to Alburnett Friday and returned home Sunday. They were accompanied by Bob Barrack and Miss Lillian Meyers. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd L. Masterson and Lois Jean, were guests Sunday Ht the home of Mrs. Masterson's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hintz at LuVerne. Miss Frances Chambers, who teaches at West Bend, and Miss Ruth Chambers who does nursing at Des Moines, spent the week end at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Chambers. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bonnatet- «*r and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lavine and children and Miss Marie Erpa of Davenport, visited at the hmoe of Mr. and Mrs, Walter Lockufeod at Burt Monday. Mrs. Bonnstetter and Mrs. Lock wood are sisters. J. T. 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