The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 18, 1931 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 18, 1931
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Union Township School Directors Met Good Hope, March 17. Special: Th meeting of the school directors of Un ion township which was held at cen tral school on Monday afternoon, pro Vlded spine features of unusual Inter est. chief among these was the mat ter of the disposition to be made o certain old school recoWs recently Brought to light. These records re *° business and events connected district number four and date T a 1858 ' olen *« ' made custodian of them with instructions to secure such assistance as m if * J 56 needed I" scanning the material for anything of historical value n? P ^L h ^ H mlght ** Permanently Preserved- The records show evidence ,or having been carefully and meticul- ^ kept and are in a fine state of PK^rvatfori. frhey Should contain much of interest. Action on other matters Included the setting of the -2S, °! 2! teachers for the ensuing Jf 6 * ** the same as last year $S pe? month above the state average mini- a nh ?S m °nths school year, ° nth more than Quired DIf ect<>rs for the new same ^ th the ex - ct number 6 - w here 5£ ttag replaces Charles Culbert- 1 £ e JS mpIete m to *s ^ows: Robert Sarchett; No. Z, A M 3, W . I/Dodds; No. 4,' ' 5 > EmU and The tipper Pea jBtoiaes-Republieaii, March 18,1031 Saturday afternoon here visiting her sister, Mrs. C. O. Engelby. Mrs. George Lobb of WInnebago spent last Sunday here visiting her sister, Mrs. D. A. Carpenter. Marcus Lindsey of Fenton spent Tuesday afternoon here visiting his mother, Mrs. Jesse OTCeefe. The Swea City Cardinals and the House of David played basket ball here Tuesday evening. Swea City won the game. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Campbell and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Worden and son spent Sunday visiting relatives at Forest City. Mrs. Charles Junkins of Omaha, who is here visiting her parents, spent Sunday at Bancroft visiting her brother, Joe Jenks and family. The M. E. Ladies' Aid met Thursday ifternoon with Mrs. Carl Burrows. A fair sized crowd was present and a pleasant afternoon was spent. A temperance sermon was preached it the M. E. church here Sunday. A arge crowd was present to hear this peclal service by a visiting pastor. School election was held last Monlay. Ed. Looft and James Welfare were up for re-election. Leon Worden nd James Welfare were elected. About hundred votes were cast. Mrs. Henry Zeimet was at Algona last week visiting her daughter, Mrs. Mike Wagner and getting acquainted with the new girl who arrived at the Wagner home March 4th. The little one was named Bernadette. Mrs. Wagner will be remembered by her St. Joe friends as Anna Zeimet. %&®&%X^^ BANCKOFT NEWS, W&$XK®£^^ Lawrence and Hans Rockier Were business visitors at Des Moines Friday. Guy Peterson of Swea City was a business visitor here last week Tuesday. LEDYARD NEWS. I ®B8®®$®yBXl^^ Miss Susie Neabor was a business [caller at Livermore Saturday. Henry Zeimet and son, Henry, Jr., were callers at Algona Friday. Andrew and Margaret Erpeldlng tumboldt Wednesday, and Mrs. Dominic Zeimet visit- spent .°- °- Engelby was a business caller I were caller a * at Rake Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. ^ oml mc aeunet visit.. ueorge Hagg was transacting busi- ed at tne Henry Zeimet home Sunday ness at Fairmont on Tuesday. mss Mallnda ^^ has beeQ ^ ; Wednesday ev-sisting at the John Berte home the •"—i at Fenton. | past week. • Kirsch at at Fairmont Thursday after- J , r ^ „ Mr. and Mrs. Adam Berte of Algona noon wl^rSe^^ Quite a number of young people of this vicinity attended an operetta, "Jtr- ry of Jericho Road", at the Livermore high school last Friday evening. noon. Oscar Warner of Fenton spent Tuesday here visiting his brother, Asa and family. Several from here attended the fun. Re ^ Damon at Hub- and Jones spent the Mrs. George Thul and Harold drove to Bancroft Sunday. Mrs. Thul remained and intends to spend the week visiting her mother, Mrs. E. Wilmar .".uooca vyyiam ana Jones Spent the "• U " M "B «» uiuuier, JVtrs. J!i. V week end visiting Miss Jones' parents and other fri ends and relatives, at Chester. Town.. ,«__..._. _ . Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hflbert and i *»**. miu ivixa. rraiiA xiuuen/ ana Mrs. Kenneth Stephenson spent the dau B hte r. Florence and Bernadine vis- eek end with her husband and his lted ^ past week at the home of the ir Miss Mary Adams of Elmore spent daughter, Mrs. Nick Klein of Watkins, "" "- Alvui Lenertz drove them Minnesota, up •VVWdWWVVAWVftWlrtAVWVVU ? FOR SERVICE" CLEANING mm/ Mrs. Herman Soderberg entertained the Lutheran Aid at her home Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. A. Conlon visited with relatives and friends at Fort Dodge last week Wednesday. Mrs. Rose Arend of Waterloo visited Sunday at the homes Of Mrs. Wm. Carlon and ty J. Merrill. Lulu Richards and Florence Miller, local telephone operators, visited with friends at Algona last week Tuesday. Mrs. Halsted and son of Frost, Minnesota, visited a few days at the home of their daughter and sister, Mrs. Vincent Lattimer. Mike Hoffman and Clem Diers returned home Saturday from Hospers, where they attended the funeral of the former's father. Miss Lucille Bolster of Fort Dodge I arrived here Saturday for a visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. Charles Stauder and family. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Laux of Wesley I visited Thursday at the home of the latter's sister, Mrs. Joe Baltz and with j other local relatives. Mrs. A. H. Fuchs returned Sunday from Wauconia, Minnesota, where she | spent the past few days at the home of her sister, Mrs. Llpp. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Garry and two sons returned Sunday from Carroll, where they visited the former's sisters, Rose and Louise Garry. Miss Leona Sandschulte of Mason City arrived home Saturday for a visit at the home of her father, Joe Sand- I schulte and other local relatives. I Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Welp and Mrs. I Joseph Welp drove to Marshall town on Saturday where they visited the latter's sister, Mrs. Relnerd Meyers. Nick Scholtes returned last week, from New Richland, Minnesota, where he visited at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Ben Hellman and family. Mr. and Mrs. A.. W. Kennedy and Miss Corlnne Nemmers left Monday for Minneapolis where they will do buying for the Kennedy Bros, depart- i ment store. Miss Mary Merrill, who is practicing nursing at Pasadena, California, arrived home Saturday for a visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs I N. J. Merrill and family. /" Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Priester and their I children of Whittemore spent Sunday at the home of the lady's mother, Mrs. M. L. Schiltz and with other lo-| cal relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. William Hoeck, their daughter, Marietta, and son, William, and Hans Boderius .returned home on Friday from Sioux Falls, South Dakota, where they visfted with relatives and friends. The Women's Catholic Order of Foresters held election of officers and initiation at the Forester hall Thursday evening. Mrs. Charles Studer was re-elected chief ranger; Mrs. M. F. Schiltz, vice chief ranger; Mrs. Charles Baker, secretary and Adella Vaske, as treasurer. Thousands of rolls of new, up-to-date, fade-proof Wall Paper. Priced from Sc to 69c. We will give you $1 for this advertisement. Bring this advertisement with you and we will allow you $1 on each $5 worth of wall paper and paint you purchase during this sale. i gal. No. 14 Floor Varnish _ _ $1.29 1 qL No 14 Floor Varnish __69c 1 Ib. Johnson's Floor Wax ^__59c 50c Marsala pound paper, 2 for 51c $2.00 Worth Jergens Soap $1.00 40c Die a Doo Paint Cleaner, 2 for _41c M. I. 31 Antiseptic Sol., 2 for ___70c Puretest Aspirin Tablets, 100 in bottle, 2 for 70c $1.00 Bouquet Ramee Face Powder, 2 for $1.01 50c Jonteel Face Powder, 2 for 51 C ^•"""mmmmmmmmumammmmmmmmmmmmsmmmommusmmmmmmmumummmmmmm Rexall Store* ***** *" i For years this organization has done the de luxe rug cleaning and the general cleaning of the better homes in the city. You who are contemplating spring housecleaning would do well to turn your work to us. We will give you price and service, and you will know that no dirt or germs lurk in your rugs or drapes when we have finished with them. We do all our work and do not send it out of town. PHONE US TODAY TO HAVE OUR TRUCK STOP. Modern Dry Cleaners Algona, Iowa. WEST BEND NEWS. Otto Ludwlg is very ill at his home this week. Edwin Dorweiler was a business caller in Fort Dodge Saturday. Mrs. Graham and son, Joe, returned home from Des Moines Tuesday. Charles Riley and Laverita were callers at the Wm. Riley home Sunday. Mrs. Garthwaite is very 111 at the daughter, Mrs. W. E. home of her White. Phone 537 ,«••• *•••• SHSS»S8SSSSSHH»«" Community Meeting to discuss the organization of Co^Operative Oil Company For service of farmers and business men of the Algona territory. At Court House, Saturday, March 21, at 1:30 p. m. ' j Everybody welcome. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmummmummmmmmmmmmv ' Mr. and Mrs. G. M. White of Algona were callers at the H. A. Sloan home Sunday afternoon. The senior class has decided to go to Fort Dodge March 27 to have their class pictures taken. Mr. Scharr, Miss Ruth Williamson and Miss Adeline Halverson drove to Des Moines Tuesday evening. The Catholic play, "Richard Beware" will be given March 19th. It will be given in the high school auditorium. The Presbyterian Aid society meeting will be held Wednesday in the basement of the church. The election of officers will be held. The father of Mrs. Wm. Hundertmark passed away at Eagle Grove recently after a short Illness. He was brdught to West Bend, Sunday for burial. Mr. Scharr is ill at the home of Mrs. T. W. Williams. He has tonsilitis. We hope he will be able to resume his duties as music and art teacher at the public school soon. Mrs. H. A. Sloan went to Waterloo Friday evening to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Stover who celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Monday, March 16. The Epworth League play will be given to the high school auditorium on March 27. The name of the play is "The End of the Lane." The Christian Endeavor play, "Apple Blossom Time," was given Tuesday evening at the Orpheum Theatre. From all reports, the cast did well. The play was extremely comical. Mrs. V. H. Reid coached the play. The Presbyterian church wfll hold their annual congregational supper in the basement of the church Thursday evening. A business meeting will be held after the supper as this is the closing of the year and reports will be read from the different organizations. The boys' basket ball squad went to New Hampton Friday to take part in the district tournament. They played Rudd, but were defeated iJy the ecore of 30 to 23. The boys are to be complimented, however, for it has been a long time since West Bend boys have gone to the district tournament, LONE BOCK NEWS. Ralph Priebe purchased a new Pon- tlac coach last week. L. R. Roderick made a business trip to Des Moines last Friday. Maxine Kearns visited with friends here Friday and Saturday. Harriett Fish spent the week end at her home In Whittemore. John Kyler went into Chicago Saturday evening with a car of stock. Frederick Schultz returned home from Des Moines Wednesday evening. Mrs. N. L. Cotton and Mrs. W. J. Cotton returned home from Rochester Saturday. The parent-teachers' association will hold then- regular meeting next Thursday evening, March 26th. Mrs. John Rath and daughter, Ne/a- and son, Lawrence, visited at the Henry Rath home Sunday at Curlew. Mrs, Claus Helmke and daughter, Eva, spent the week end at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Otis Sanders. Rose Krause, who is teaching at- Ayrshire, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Krause: Pearl Thompson of Alexander, sister of Evelyn Thompson, was here Saturday and applied for a school position "^ Earl Hunt's Golden Dragon orchestra wfll' play for a dance m Chip's Hall next Monday erenlng. April 3rd win be tfie- opening dance. The sewing club met with Mrs. Fred- irfcE Schultz Thursday evening anc .rto: meet with Mrs. John Rath nexl Wednesday evening. CBester Alme and Mrs. Jack Qninn and 1 sons and Tallie Derby, aunt of Mro» Quinn and Bernard Genrich were at Fort Dodge Saturday. Mir: and Mrs. L. R. Roderick and daughters visited Mrs. Margaret Davison at Sheffield Sunday. Mrs. Davison is Mis. Roderick's mother. Lawrence Rath and Harold Schmidt of Eotts Creek won the prize, a five dollar gold piece each, given at the skating rink last Wednesday evening. A. D. TJlmer, depot agent made a business trip to Eagle Grove last Tuesday; Howard Stephen of Goldfleld had charge of the depot while Mr. TJlmer wass away. Mrs. G. A. Sharp and son, Delbert went to Council Bluffs Wednesday and returned home-Friday. Her daughter, Mrs. Ollie Tyler, returned home with them for a visit. Jessie Stebrita returned home Wednesday from Des Moines. She attend- d a cosmetologists' convention, which day at the Hotel Fort Des"MoSs? Mfcr. Otis Sanders entertained the following at a birthday dinner Sunday in honor of the birthday of her daughter Beryl: Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sanders of Swea City, Miss Ordway of Hardy and Mrs; Clans Helmke and daughter, Eva, of Renwlck. ' Frederick Schultz was at Des Moines last week representing the third district at a state convention of the produce dealers' association. The state Is divided into tMrty-one districts and all but four were- represented at the state convention. Mr. Schultz Is secretary and treasurer of the third district, which Includes Palo Alto, Emmet and] Kossuth counties. | The American Legion Auxiliary met at the home of Mrs. I. W. Newbrough last Wednesday afternoon. This was toelr regular meeting. Nine members and two visitors were present. The members voted to send fifty cents to- vard national defense and one dollar 'or recreation funds. A report was fiven of the county meeting held in Wesley lost Tuesday. After the busl- less meeting lunch was served by Mrs. I. W. Newbrough. The American Legion Auxiliary held Jieir third benefit card party last Monday evening. Bridge was played at even tables. Mrs. Alfred Krueger nd Glen Sharp won high bridge score . r, :, ~° «~..T*.~»«,U, »*uuu uu vim ouarp won men. Drldere score was held there last Monday and Tues- nd low score was won by Mils Pauline —,-. -" ^—•«•» .i .•••••• **mfn. : TV***W mi SCOTS for five hundred were won uy Mrs. CX It, Gross and James Ackerman and Tow scores by Meta Andreason and Cfiarles Schlck. Win. Duddlng re'' ceivecT the door prize of one dollar Lunclr was served by the Auxiliary memBers. Next Monday, March 23, will be the last one of these parties for the season. Baptist Chicken Pie Supper MAEOH 24 AT CHUECH Chicken Pie Mashed Potatoes ICandied Sweet Potatoes Cabbage Salad Pickles Rolls and Butter i&ngel Food Cake and WMpped Cream Coffee Price 60c Everyone invited. Wednesday, Thursday Friday, March 18,19,20 Five foot Step ladders Barn Paint, red, regular $ 1.50 value Enamel ware, ivory and green, pots, pans, kettles, etc. Regular $1.25 value 1 qt. 4-hour Glazine Enamel, |pt can free. Regular $1.50 value , Three pig pans for „ Handsaws, regular $1.50 value for _._„_..„ $1.00 $1.00i" K °hlhaas $LOO g Hardware $1.001 == === $1.00 i A1 9 ona < Iowa $1.00

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