The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 15, 1937 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 15, 1937
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OAT SO WING IN UNION BEGINS Spring Field Work Is Getting Under Way In County Union: If no morp rain is in sight, farmers will be able to work In the field this week and sow oats. Cloye Zentner. Winnebago. Minn., was an over night truest of Mrs Louis Bode last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kellon. east of Alg-ona. were callers Saturdav evening at the Rudolph Will home. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Will and j daughters. Alice and Martha and! „• John Lenninjrer were 6:?0 dinner ,« guests at the Will U>nninsrer home ' near Letts Creek Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Keefc and two Doan Bazaar Slated April 20 Doan: The annual spring bazaa will be held nt the Doan church April 20th. The public Is invited Mr. and Mrs. Amos Angle were Mason City visitors Saturday anc Sunday. The Clarence Seefeld family of Hurt were Sunday dinner guests of the Wm. J. Martineks. Ethel Mae Arndorfer of St. Benedict spent the week end with her aun{. Mrs. A. B. Venteicher. Imogene Hill was a week end guest of her classmata. Shirley Wolf. Both pirls attend' Algona high school, Walter Anderson drove down on Saturday forenoon from Windom. Minn., and reported four inches of snow there. Den Wyborney, who is employed the Win. J. Martinek home, The Algona Upper Peg Koines, Algous, Iowa, April 15,1937 300 GUESTS AT BRIDAL SHOWER Amelia Besch To Wed Alvin Faber on April 20th RcK-kford' Citv. and friends at Mason were among Friday, bringing Leo's mother 1 , Mrs. Mary Keefe. back to Aljrona. after a visit of several weeks at .the home of her son and daughter. Dorothy Ewpn Miss Cloye Zentner also act-ompsr.ied them. They returned to Minnesota Saturday afternoon. Ire recently, the proceeds going to the school band. The A. B. Venteichers and Dale Struthers were hosts and hostesses So the Weekly 500 club last Friday evening with five tables of cards at the Venteicher home. Read The Waaj Ads—I: St. Joe: A large number from ere attended a pre-nuptial shower t the Legion Hall in West Bend unday afternoon in honor of Amea Besch. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ohn Besch. The afternoon was pent at cards and socially. Prizes ere awarded to Mrs. Carl Elsenbast in bridge. Amelia Besch In five I hundred and Mary Mertz received door prize. A delicious lunch was served to 300 guests. The bride-to- be was the recipient of many pretty and useful gifts. Miss Besch will be married April 20th in St. Peters and Pauls church in West Bend at 9 o'clock to Alvin Faber. son of Mr. and Mrs. John Faber. The young couple will give a wedding dance the same evening. Mrs. John Thul celebrated her Mike Weydert home at New Richland, Minn. Mike Weydert la a brother of James. Irwin Weydert | attended to the chores. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Reding from Algona, Mr. and Mrs. John S. Reding, and Mr. and Mrs. Will Reding spent Tuesday, April 8th, at the Mike Reding home helping them celebrate their 44th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding and family, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wagner, Mrs. Lucy Wagner and Nicholas Wagner were Saturday evening supper guests at the Ted Wagner home in honor of Carol and Orvllle's birthdays. Carol is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wng- ner. Verne Shipler visited his brother. Everett Shipler. Sunday. Just Like Hitching Old "Dobbin" To the "Shay" Here's the only tractor planter that plants just like a horse- drawn, check-row machine. 'It it the Oliver Row Crop Tractor with mounted 4-row check-row planter. With it any farmer can change from hone to tractor planting without having to learn the job all over again! This fine, modern machine will fit into your operations "as easily as an old shoe." The Bow Crop on its Tip-Toe wheels actually cultivates the sofl as it plants. Then, too, then is ample power to puU two big plow bases, to operate on individual threshing machine or an average six* hammer milL Too get aH of this in addition to speedy planting and cultivating of field crops. Come In and let us tell you about Oliver Hart-Parr power. It is a real buy! i OLIVE E .Q U I P v,'i- N T Klassie Motor Company PHONE 714 birthday Friday evening. April 9. I Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kesselring and son spent the week end at Sioux ' City with relatives. John Becker is driving a ne Ford V-8 and R. A. Hogan a ne Chevrolet both purchased Ma: week. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Devine an family were Tuesday afternoon vis, itors at the Eugene Thul home nea Ottosen. Mr. and Mrs. William Haglin rented a house in Bode. They wer unable to get a farm for the com ing year. Mr. and Mrs. John Hilbert am, family from Corwith were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Math Hil bert home. George Lenertz and his carpenter crew from Livermore. repaired the damage done on the Math Zeimel hou«e by fire last week. Mrs. Susan Berte. Mrs. Charles Berte and son. Raymond. Joe Berte and John Freilinger spent Saturday with Charles Berte at Davenport. Junior Thilges. son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thilges. returned to his home Saturday after several days at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter N. Thilges at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. James Weydert and family spent the week end at the ARMSTRONG NEW3 The Tony Jandls were Sunday afternoon callers at the Carl Watsons. That's Good Advice and so is this —USE DIAMOND Guaranteed Lburication Johnson D-X Station 200 E. State ALGONA, IA. TOP FOR YOU wUl never know how truly delicious a good beer can be untd you have experienced the diitinctive /fcior-the smooch, mellow richness of Blatz Old Heidelberg beer - the qualities Su H^ r ? Ut2 "'*' b " r °f tbe *""" • • • SerVe BJatz Old Heidelberg m your home. Insist on Blatz wherever beer « served Order Blatz from your dealer, by the botde, or the case, or Blatz Milwaukee beer in the mod Jo dp-Sealed cans The Leo Braytons were Sunday evening callers at the Thomas Trenarys. Mrs. G. O. McFarland. Blanche and Darrcll, called Thursday afternoon at the E. L. Dickmeyers. Mr. and Mrs. George 'Lanning went to Rolfe Saturday to visit Mr. Lanning's sister, Mrs. Ed Rlchter. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Fairbanks of Algona spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Fairbanks. Mr. and Mrs. George Lanning went to Livermore Sunday to visit Mrs. Lanning's sister, Mrs. John Schriver. Luther John Fairbanks, Jr., spent n few days last week with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G. U. Fairbanks. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Dickmeyer of Minnesota, arrived at the E. L. Dickmeyer home Saturday night for a visit. Mrs. Alfred Godfredson, daughter, lona. and Mrs. George Lanning called Monday afternoon at the S. M. Peterson home. N'orman Sanderson visited the E. L.. Dickmeyers Saturday and took ilis wife back to Seymour, where he has employment. George Becker spent Sunday at he Kossuth hospital with his broth- •r. Harold, who is recovering nice- y from an appendicitis operation. Virginia Patterson and LaVenne lingsdorf attended a Queen Esther meeting at Noma Scot Is Thursday vening. Virginia was assistant tostess. Harry McChane went to Iowa 'alls Saturday to visit his sister, trs. Fred Hall, who just returned rom Rochester where she took x- ray treatments. A neighborhood surprise party was held on the Ralph Robrts Sunday evening. They all rought well-filled lunch baskets, and a pleasant time was had bv all. Mr. and Mrs, S. M. Peterson and lona Godfredson visited Sunday afternoon at the Thomas Claytons. Mrs. Henry Smith took her two children to Algona Saturday for a medical examination. Ranney Leek .pent Sunday at the home of hi* parent*. Mr. and Mr». Herman Leek, of Plum Creek. Mrs. Thomas Trenary and daughter, Virginia, visited Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Sarah Trenary and family, north of Burt. Miss Harriett Olson Is recover ing from an attack of Influenza. The Parent Teachers' Association met Tuesday evening, April 13th at 8 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Horswell are the parents of a son born Wednesday, April 7th. Edward Vandeburgh from Slayton, Minn., is visiting at the par- ntal Vandenburgh home here. Mrs. Abel Erlckson, a former Armstrong resident but now living n Swea City, is 111 with lumbago. Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Knutson, who have spent the winter In Des Moines returned to their home here for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Peterson are the parents of a baby girl. Marlene Joan, born Monday, April 5 in the Coleman hospital in Estherville. Artie Dielm, who played on the House of David basketball team this winter Is visiting frlen'ds and relatives In Swea City and Armstrong. An all high school party was held at the high school gymnasium Friday, April 10th. Theodore We by was awarded a prize for bein the best dressed for a hard tlm party. FARM LOANS Low Rate—20 years to pay. Option—can pay any day In year on principal. No Commission to Pay. Par details see me Edw. Capesius New Helse Bldg. Algona, Iowa 11-tf •••••••••••^•••^^•••••••H GLASS Auto Glass Replaced while you wait. We carry a complete stock of window glass. GREENBERG AUTO SUPPLY efc^^ SWEA CITY NEWS I'I'I.V <•<!.. |.|.,,i... U'uiinit •;(.,! it I, '. Lie-.«•> Great U'cst. JJI.IK' Old Heidelberg Beer CotntivLi. l'jS7 RaJse Teacher*' Pay The school board of the consol- dated school, voted to tender contracts to the entire teaching staff at an increase of from 5 to 10 per cent over present wages. Two weeks' time was given the teachers to return the contracts. -tUscelianeoun Shower A miscellaneous shower was giv- ;n Mrs. K. Hendrickson (former- y Lavonne Johnson) by the mem- >ers of the Lutheran congregation Friday night, April 9. The honor [uest is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Johnson, who lost their home and household furnishings in a Hre some time ago. The newlyweds ikewise lost all of their house- lold furnishings as they were mak- ng their home with the bride's parents. Seventy-five guests enjoyed a social evening. Many useful gifts were received by the honor guest. MITH'K (IF KVIMHATIOV OF ; l.-dlt HKUKMfTIO* KIIOM TAX <iAI,t: TO TIIK FIKST NATIONAL HANK. »Ji:UT. IOWA. AND \V. H. OlloVIiH: V"U are tit-r.-by ;,ollncj Iliat on .U> ,,f January. Jii.'u. tt, e ,, a.Jjoui i,i:.i lunuiur tax nal>: linM at tl, u l.'..url ilouau on aai.l O.Ut aul<l IIIK full.jwltus dcacrlL.- • •«! «-ii! ..-.-tati.-. situated in Kuaauth '-'>ui,ty. i'jwii tu-vilt: Ti.« ,Sc,ut h wral quarter tjf ther N'>(lheaat Quartet tj( riuctiun Tiiiity-Mvt; <J'ji Tuwiialilii Nllie- t.--n«-; i ' ' '. . WL-at 6tli t'J t- J M'lrtuxli for tlie <lul>lniuellt lax« .1 wl.iuh we i.; then l<ahl Juo. 'li:lii(i(iiM, t aii-i II.MI thereuii; thiit H.i-tM Wan las>l'-'l t'J dllM K. J. Mur- l.ilih !.> i tic aai'l Tn-a.iurer '/f KUH<-M;I <':iui,ty, lv».i. a tax tale certlf- I'Ji- of |,uii.i,a....: ll,.-r.,-tor»-, wli.j :T ijb.-.i-^utjrit i y. to-wit mi tir aLuul tt.c Itli Jay uf Fi-ljiiiary, ISJI. ua- .-iKlii.l uui.l cifrtllli.-ati: In the laati- ii'-r pnjvM-.J liy l.m. to Koktulli • '/uny. I,,,A- Hi.; luwful ortliur and i.'.lili-r i,t .-aM i ,..| tide ate ut mr- t lia:-..: Tliat lii... /Jjjt.i ,jf n-deniK- tlou (11,111 sai.J lax aalu will expire ai,.J a lux .1. ,..| f,, r j. a |,j ,,, ,.. m L UB will (,<• „,:,,!.. l,y the Treasurer .,f J\u. aiitn i-.-unly. Ic^wa. cnia-uyliiK .-..M leal ••alull.- ait pi.jVl.ivJ by law ui, I.:., i.-,i, luptii.n i. s ina'lu tlitre- IH. in will. It. i.tncty I'JU) cjiya fn>lii tl...- ^olnpletu.J aervjue of lilia thla 2u day of March. KOririt;TH COI'NTV. IOWA li, K. 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