The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 15, 1937 · Page 11
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LUVERNETOBE HOST TO ROYAL NEIGHBOR MEET Expect 160 Quests at Convention To Be Held in June LuVerne: The Royal Neighbors met last Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Henry Peitzke and made plans for entertaining delegates to the district convention, which will be held here June s! Mrs. Mabel Potter, a deputy from Spencer, was present at the meeting. Nineteen towns will send delegates and 150 guests are expect- CO. The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, April 15,1937 Martin Hansen, Otho, visited with friends here Sunday. Mrs. Thomas Gregory is visiting at the Ella Gregory home at Rutland. Mrs. Josephine Sanford, Ellsworth is making a visit with her children here. > Cecil Stoddard and Virgil Lamb left Saturday for Spokane, Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Sanford have moved into the Otto Bunkofske house. Mrs. Bills Eno, Port Dodge, spent Monday with her mother, Mrs. Josephine Scrlbner. Mervln Johnson, the young son 01 Mr. and Mrs. James Johnson, Jr. Is having the mumps.' • Vfr. and Mrs. Lewis Warner, 01 Sherburn, Minn., are guests at the Mrs. Julius Striplings. The Jas. Zwiefels, Corwith, and the Tom Masons, Clarion, and Alfred Stalander, Belmond, spent Sunday at the Lottie and Jennie Mason home. WESLEY CATHOLIC DAUGHTERS TO ATTEND CONVENTION EN MASSE Hosts To 70 At Inter-Bis trict Meeting Last Saturday — — — — — — — — — ff^mmmmmmmmmmm Remodeling Old Buildings HAS SAVED MANY FARMERS A LOT OF MONEY Perhaps it will save you a lot of money this year, too. We know how to size up old buildings to see: 1st. Whether it will pay to remodel them. 2nd. Whether the changes desired can be made economically. 3rd. What the cost will be. We make no charge for this service. We have done this for many fanners with results that have been very satisfactory to them. We invite you to let us survey your buildings to see what, if anything, can be done with them and the cost. It's entirely possible that in this way we can help you to enjoy a practically new house or barn or other buildings at a fraction of the cost of new ones. Call at our office or give us a ring on the phone and tell us when we may come out and go over your buildings with you. F. S. Norton & Son Phone 229 Algona, Iowa Wesley: The local Catholic Daughters of America, one of the largest courts In this section of the state, entertained 70 guests at an inter-dlstrlct meeting of the Past and Present Grand Regents of the district courts 5, 6 and 7, Saturday, beginning at 10:30 a. m. Mrs. Pritchard, of Garner, chair man of the oncoming state conven tion to be held at the Hotel Han ford in Mason City April 30, May and 2, presided at this meeting The hours until noon were spent 1 open discussion for plans for th convention. A luncheon served t local members was served at 12:3 at small tables decorated wit spring flowers. A program in charge of Mrs. Al fred Erdmann, local chairman, fol lowed the luncheon with main speakers including Mrs. Ella Ma Foster of Brltt, district deputy; Mrs Pritchard of Garner, convention chairman, and Mrs. Harold Wasley of Mason City, state monitor. Thi meeting was then turned over t<_ the program chairmen, Mrs. E. D Ravlin and Mrs. Tom McMahon with the following program present ed: Vocal solo, "Brown Bird", by~Mrs Ravlin; a skit by Misses Edna Mae Licktlg and Francis Seimer; a play by Misses Mabel Kent, Helen Cink Leona Seimer and Cecelia Elsen bacher. The meeting was then re verted back to a business session presided over by Mrs. Foster, who Is also vice president of this par ley. Courts in the towns of Wes Union, Brltt, Garner, Clear. Lake Mason City and Wesley, are the hostess courts at the state con vention. The local lodge has for two years, through entertainments raised enough funds so that each o. thelr 83 members may attend the convention without personal ex pense to any members. Chicken Pox Cose Little Jimmie Meurer is conflnec to his home with a case of chicken pox. Peter Brass, father of Mrs Meurer, who was critically ill fortnight ago, and who came to make his home with his daughter s much improved and is now able to sit up several hours each day. Miss Audra Benton of Algona spent Sunday with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Root spent Sunday at Ventura as guests ai ils parental home. Miss Helen Kent is employed a the Milton Glddings home caring for household duties. George Orbell, coach In the high school here, spent the week end a his parental home in Randalia. Rev. and Mrs, Arthur Bottom and daughter, Jean, spent Friday a Esthcrville on business and pleas ure. Fred A. Dlekmann, Jr., student a the A. I. B. In Des Moines spen Saturday and Sunday here with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Uhlenhak- and children of Whittemore spent Fill TC JuUlll Id Sunday at the home of his sister Mrs. R. C. Bauer. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Westergaan of Fort Dodge spent Sunday her visiting at the home of Mr. am Mrs. Emll Wester. Julius M. Kunz spent the week end in Des Moines visiting hi mother, Mrs. Ann M. Kunz, and hli brothers and sisters. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Hleinpete and children visited Sunday at the home of his sister, Mrs. Don Mel eney and family at Britt Mrs. Gladys Carey, registere< nurse and sister of Mrs. Charles Kraus, went to Des Moines Mon day to spend a few days. Miss Agnes Boyer and her Sun day School class of the Methodist church enjoyed a party at the Grattidge home Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Hopkins drove to Belmond Sunday where they were entertained at the home 01 her son, Glenn McMurray and family. Mrs. Mary Uhlenhake returnee home Fri.liy from Clear Lake where she had spent two weeks at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Gus Brandt The Young People's society of the Congregational church are to meet next Sunday night at their church with the Rev. O. Johnson speaker. Miss Alvlna Loebig who has been employed at the Peterson home in Brltt during the illness of Mrs. Peterson returned to her home here Saturday. Mrs. Loretta Lloyd spent from Friday until Monday at Charles City visiting the former Miss Thelma Ash, who is married and has a home there. Mesdames Charles Kraus and Raymond Hanson entertained the Methodist Ladies' Aid at the church league room Wednesday afternoon of this week. Miss Irene Haynes went to Woden Saturday night where she is employed as a registered nurse in a home where two children are sick with pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Engen of Swea City and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Engen of Wesley were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Donovan Sunday. Members of the high school freshmen class and their sponsor, Miss Stage, enjoyed a theatre party In Algona Friday night viewing the picture, "Three Smart Girls." Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Grattidge drove to Rochester Sunday where Mr. Grattidge is going through the clinic for another examination and which possibly will be followed by an operation. Carl T. Franzen, son Enar and daughter Helen drove to Minneapolis early Saturday morning to spend ov<?r Sunday at the home ol the late Mrs. Franzen'a brother, David Johnson and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Sturdivant spent parts of Saturday in Wesley visiting former friends. Mrs Sturdivant had spent the week in Algona with their daughter, Mrs Charles Crouch, while Mr. Sturdivant attended to business in the county. They returned to Northwood Saturday night to be with her sister, Mrs. Eliza Thomson. SENECA NEWS g &®X>X0Xi^^ Mrs. J. J. Drinnan spent Monday at the George Johnson home. Mrs. A. T. Paulsen helped hang paper at the R. J. Campbell home "riday. Mrs. A. T. Paulsen and (laugher, Ruby, called at the F. E. Slagle lome Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Groen and laughter, Mary Ann of Swea City were dinner guests at the Sheldon Merrill home Sunday. The Seneca senior class are busy raetlcing their class play entitled College Cutups" to be presented he first week in May. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Campbell and on, Kenneth, and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Campbell and family, spent Sunday afternoon at the A. T. 'aulsen home. LUVEKNE NEWS H ERE'S the kind of picture you can make this summer—if you hitch your wagon to this star performer and travel the Buick way! The lead is yours whenever you want it with Buick's great valve-in-head straight- eight engine to pour out torrential power at your call. Ease rides with you in the driver's seat— full-out or counting, handling this phenomenal car takes about the same effort as handling your fa voritsr rocking-chair! Under your foot are the smoothest, surest brakes that ever brought you to a smooth, straight stop—all around you is the room you want and the comfort you've pictured in the car of your dreams— here's a ride as level as an honest man's glance— a car to be as proud of as your baby! Why should you follow the leader, when your Buick can show fleet heels to the whole roadful of cars? Why should you be satisfied with sixes—when this great straight-eight, bellwether car of the year costs only a soon-forgotten fraction more than the average kind? It's an ace for power and an ace for steady buoyant travel—it's a winner for smart new style, and a sure trick taker for frugal ways and weur-iLi'ving toughness. Play your trumps and die game is yours—s»o give us t!ie v-ord, and you'll be driving this sensational beauty before the weather turns really warm. YOUR MONf Y GOES FARTHER IN A CENERAl MOTORS CAI • KLASSIE MOTOR CO. Phone 7H Algona, Iowa Mrs. August Pergande, Sr., and Mrs. Julius Frost returned Thursday from Minneapolis. They had been visiting a brother who was ill. The little girl who was born to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pergande, last week Monday has been named, Helen Marie. There are five boys in the family und this is the second giH. The Frank Greens, Forest City, and the John Wilhites, Corwith, were Sunday quests at the Uoyd Smiths, and the Ernest Habegers, West Bend apenl the day at the John Hugers. Mesdames John and Jake Kubly attended a shower Friday afternoon at Ren wick. It was for Mrs. Thuifeton Burke, a recent bride. Mr. Burke is the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Burke, who formerly lived east of LuVerne. Among those who spent the day out of town were, the Carl GoeUchs and the Andy Nielsens, who visited Win. Goetsch at Pocahontas. Harold Turpin and Esther Christian went to Austin, Minn., to visit Miss Christian's brother. The community ,hall has been improved by new- drapes at the windows, an improvement that has been sponsored by the Woman's clubs. Since the hall was redecorated this winter it has become a more popular place for parties. The Epwortli League served a waffle supper Saturday evening. Principal C. C. Smith and Harold Turpin, history instructor in liish school took Earl Hanselman, William Chapman, Berdine Ny; lard, Jtujinuttu Henderson and i ' lures Voss to Ames Saturday. where the young people took part in the science day activities at that pJ.-n o. The boys took the test in physics and Jeanette and the boys wrote .•.ccond year algebra and Delores \vrute history. Wm. Chapman placed M.\th in physics and seventh in algebra. 43 At Sexton Woman's Birthday Sexton: Mrs. Sarah Wise and family spent Sunday at the Stroth- cr Wise home near Plymouth where a dinner was given In honor of Mrs. Sarah Wise and her son, Strother, whose birthdays were that day. There were four birthday cakes, one was covered with 70 candles for Mrs. Wise and another with 43 for Strother. These wefe 43 children and grandchildren present. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Neumnn spent Sunday afternoon with Nettle Durant, In Algona. Mrs. Glenn Zwiefel spent Wednesday with her mother, Mrs. Gross near Lone Rock. The Rev. Arthur Bottom, Wesley, was a caller in and around Sexton. Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Sim Bemls and Mr. and Mrs. Lon Gouge spent Sunday evening at Clear Lake. The Plantation Singers from Falls will sing a group of songs at the church here Monday night, April 19th. Rex. Taylor spent Saturday at Ames where n group from the Algona high school spent the day at the college there. Mr. and Mrs. Sim Bemls entertained a number of couples at cards last Friday evening. Following cards, lunch was served. Mrs. W. C. Taylor suffered a sprained ankle last (week, while papering. A stool she was standing on broke, letting her fall. Mr. and Mrs. George Olsen, Sr., spent Sunday at the Arthur Benschoter home near LuVerne. Mrs. Benschoter Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Olsen. The Dick Wermersen family, Lu- Verne, were Sunday dinner guests of the Harvey Stevens. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Stevens, Fenton, were supper guests at the same home. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Green and children spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. Green's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Shepherd at the Loren Brown Dairy farm, south of Algo- L Mr. and Mrs. Leo Steven and daughter, Muriel, Fenton, attended Sunday School and church here on Sunday morning and took dinner at :he Arthur Benschoter home near LuVerne. Mrs. Benschoter is a sister of Mrs. Steven. The Rev. C. H. Kamphoefner, of Sioux City, gave the sermon here Sunday morning and at Wesley in :he place of the Rev. Arthur Bottom. Rev. Kamphoefner was appointed to the North Iowa confer- ;nce nine years ago and his bus- ness is to see about getting pensions for retired minsisters. 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