The tipper Des Moines-Republican, March 26, 1931 ®* aaaae:a(c *^ Mr. and Mrs. Arch Burger of Tlton- M« & ?u nday vlsltors wit h Mr. and Mrs. Strother Wise and family anTd , Mrs i M ' H ' Heltcr ^d lit- son, Lyle of near Corwlth attend* and visited old ed church here friends. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Clear Lake spent Sunday with Miss Mildred Kiitsehara stayed over the week end with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Winkle in Algona as her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Kutschara, were in Minneapolis. Mrs. Sarah Wise and son, "Herman, and daughter, Nell,-with Mrs. Dmsilla Noble spent Sunday evning with Mrs. Noble's daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hinders two miles southeast of Wod- Fenton News Items en. Wlth frlends •A V' fh <0 P ract!c e will be held twice this week on Tuesday and Friday ev- enines. They are practicing for the Easter program. Mrs. clem Cunningham held an aluminum demonstration at her home Mondav evening and served supper to a number of guest. Ila Olsen has been staying with Mrs. Otto Neuman since Friday while Mr. Neuman and his brother are hi Pler- pont, South Dakota. Mrs. Drusilla Noble, who has been staying in Algona the past eight weeks is spending a few days with her mother, Mrs. Sarah Wise. Miss Mary Harris, who works in the telephone office at Algona spent Sunday afternoon with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Harris. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steven were visiting Sunday afternoon with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Merriam and family near Corwlth. William Wood of Woden and his brother, Elmer, stopped In Sexton on Monday afterno&n on business as they Were on their way to Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stratton and two children, Ruth Irene and Robert, of near Britt, were Sunday visitors at the home of her mother, Mrs. Sarah ' Wise. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Phillips and family south of town were Sunday din- 1 ner guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Phillips, who live near Woden. A nice crowd attended the health program held at the school house on Friday afternoon by the school children. It was very interesting to everyone present. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Greenfield of and daughter, Edith, were guests at her dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Runchey west of Algona Sunday. Mrs. Runchey is a niece of Mr. Greenfield. Rev. C. H. Moore is holding a class for children learning the catechism at the church at two o'clock Saturday afternoons. He has a class of ten boys and girls so far, but will have more next Saturday. The children of the Sunday school are practicing at the church on Saturday afternoons for the Easter program under the supervision of Marie Harris and Nell Wise with Mrs. Orville Hedrick assisting at the piano. Mr. and Mrs. August Klrschbaum and children, Kathryn and Leo, attended church in Wesley Sunday evening and they also visited a time with Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Nail. Mrs. Kirschb&um and Mrs. Nail are sisters. • Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Francis of Wesley moved onto the farm vacated by F. M. Brethorst the first of March. They moved into the house Monday. The house has been papered and repainted and a new chimney was built Mrs. Joseph Fraser was taken to the hospital in Algona Saturday afternoon In the ambulance. She had been up all morning doing her house- week, but took suddenly ill around noon and a doctor was called and she was taken to the hospital immediately. Otto Neuman and a brother from Shell Rock, Iowa), left 'here Friday morning at five o'clock for Plerpont, South Dakota, where they went to attend the funeral of another brother's wife, who died there. Mr. Neuman from Shell Rock came here on Thursday and spent the night with his brother, Otto. Otto returned home on Monday afternoon. f 0 Pay Dividend— At a recent annual meeting of thi stockholders of the Farmers' Elevator Company, It was voted to pay a pat ronage dividend to non-stockholder on all business transacted during thi year, with the one requirement, tha the first twenty-five dollars be paid in for a share in the company. Above that amount will be paid in cash. This rule which at one time was in force was again recommended for a larger business. A plan for the marketing of feed under their own trade name that of Felco, representing Farmers Elevator Company, was discussed and left for the board of directors to decide upon. Officers whose term expired were: Jacob Hengel, E. J. Frank, and John Light, all of whom were reelected. F. C. Bailey, treasurer and A. H. Meyers, secretary, were also reelected. Chas. Weisbrod is again manager, having held the position for many years. Held Annual Meeting— The annual guest day meeting of the Woman's club was held last week on Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod with,Mrs. J. A. Schwartz and Mrs. C. H. Gerpnsin as assisting hostesses. Program presented was as follows: intrumental music, Harold Oeronsin on the cornet, Karl Schwartz, violin, and Maxlne Weisbrod, as piano accompanist; vocal solo, Mrs. W. P. Weisbrod; ladies' sextette, Mesdames H. C. Lindsey, A. H. Meyers, E. A., W. P. and Elmer Weisbrod and John Light; one act play, "Beauty Secrets," Mesdames E. W. RUske, H. C. Lindsey, E. C. and E. A. Weisbrod and G. D. Belken. A two course luncheon followed the program. Mrs. Ethel Johnson, county president of the Women's Federated clubs of Burt and Mrs. G. A. Freeman of Cylinder were out of town guests. Returns from Rochester— Miss Irene Newel returned home Comprehensive tion of ttie Very Newest Modes With Easter just around the corner, your thoughts naturally turn to your footwear wardrobe. Our complete, newly arrived collection features the smartest in leathers, trims and details. We are pleased to Show Them. c 5 SHOE Co. SHOES AN±J HOSIERY. from Rochester -last Thursday evening where she spent the past week. She reports her uncle, F. E. Weisbrod, who is a patient in the Worrell hospital as resting comfortably but no development in his case. Mrs. F. E. Weisbrod of Emmetsburg drove to Rochester on Thursday to spend the week end with her husband. T. O. Lively of Rochester, who has many friends here, is reported confined to Jiis rooming house with a broken leg. Glen Haase of Woolstock called on Fenton friends Friday. F. C. Bailey was a business visitor In Algona last week Tuesday. The high school students had their pictures taken in Emmetsburg Friday. Mrs. Kate Newel and Mrs. F. J. Weisbrod were Emmetsburg visitors on Friday. Carl Wolfe has purchased a barber shop in Klemme and took possession last week Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Newel and family were entertained Sunday at the Ervln Johnson home. Dr. Meyers, an osteopath from Emmetsburg, was a business visitor In town this week Monday. Ralph Wolfe of Waterloo spfcnt from. Friday until Sunday at the home of his brother, R. W. Wolfe. Donald Weisbrod and Homer Huskamp attended the Ames alumni banquet .at Algona Friday evening. .-:'•• :.';•• .• . .• .. ' '•-.,.; ... j ..vu.t-. >•'. • • ' •-'••• -' ' ' -p rn f with-Mrs. Mary Harsch'at the Hallie Simpson home near Whittemore. All of the local teachers attended the sectional teachers' institute'at Mason City last week Thursday and Friday. Dr. and Mrs. A. T. Whitlow and children of Swea City were- dinner guests Sunday' at the F. O. Bailey home. Mrs. WilBert Holdorf has been ill with the influenza the past week. Mrs. Harold Goetch has been assisting with the work. Lyle and Virgil Clark of Emmetsburg visited at the Dr. J. T. Waite home Sunday. The boys are nephews of Dr. Waite. Mr. and Mrs. T. N. McFall and Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Wolfe and daughter, Edith, spent Sunday at the L. C. Howell home in Algona. The A. H. Meyers family have all been down with the influenza Jast week. Mae Zwiefel is assisting with the household duties. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Jensen and their children, Perry and Marlys, were week end visitors at the home of Mr. Jensen's sister, Mrs. G. E. Griffith, and family in Des Moines. L. J. Weisbrod took his daughter, Gladys to Denison last week Wednesday where she has accepted a position as tof-auty operator. The owner is ill and she has charge of the shop. Frank Bailey and family and Mrs. Cate Newel were entertained last Tuesday evening at the Carl Ebert lome in Whittemore in honor of Mrs. Ebert's eighty-eighth birthday. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Klemme and amlly of Belmond visited at the Rev. T. Snyder home Thursday. Mr. •Clemme is president of the Hawkeye Manufacturing Company of Belmond. The afternoon bridge club was en- •ertalned at the home of Mrs, H. E. leimers Saturday. > Mrs. F. J. Wels- xrod won high score prize. A delicious uncheon was served after the games. Mrs. Floyd Lakin visited last Friday ith Mrs. Lakin at the Espe home. VIrs. Lakin and grandson, Verlln, accompanied her to Estherville to consult a, doctor. They returned home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Huskamp drove to Des Moines last week Saturday for a visit with their daughter, Mrs. Wesley Witter and family. Mrs. Huskamp remained for an extended visit and E. A. returned home Sunday. Wm. Bailey of Marshall, Minnesota, came Saturday for a visit at the homes of his father and brother, F. C. He was accompanied by Mrs. Ida Mlnk- ler who went on to Algona for a visit, They returned home this week on Monday. Mrs. H. P. Weisbrod was hostess to the folowlng guests at a quilting party last Thursday afternoon: Mesdames C. F. Ruske, J. B. Hansen, John Gramenz, H. C. Lindsey, J. F. and Kate Newel and W. E. Stoeber. Refreshments were served. Superintendent and Mrs. G. D. Belken and children drove to Radcliffe on j Wednesday evening for a visit at the A. C. Johnson home. Mr. Belken attended the teachers' institute at Mason City Thursday and Friday and they returned home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Krause of this place and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gappa and. Miss Mary Gappa of Whittemore drove to Triumph, Minnesota, Sunday for a visit with I. Gappa, who has been ill for some time, and who will go to a hospital in Minneapolis this week. Mrs. Chas. Weisbrod was hostess to a group of friends last week Wednesday afternoon. Clever games furnished the amusement. Guests were seated at tables appropriately, decorated '""' - ' " i'or""the' colors were also carried ' out In the menu served. ; ' Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod received a clipping from the paper' at Bak;- er, Oregon, stating that a number of friends of Mrs. Ursula Weisbrod held a surprise party in honor of her seventy-eighth birthday. Mrs. Weisbrod Is enjoying good health and likes her home In the west very much. Good Boxing Card to be Held at Mason City. ,...---. ......... [ ,.* The Mason City American Legion Drum Corps is putting on another of their fine boxing shows next Thursday at the Mason City armory under the supervision of Joe Kelly. There will be forty-two fast rounds of boxing by some of the best fighters in the state. Fans who have been attending the rights put on by Kelly at Mason City have never returned home dissatisfied after the bouts and all are enthusiastic over the way the fights are conducted. The show starts at eight-thirty sharp. The main bout will be six rounds between Al Bork of- Grafton and Al Manriquiz of Atlantic. GOOD HOPE NEWS. The sacrament of the Lord's Supper will be offered at Good Hope church on next Sabbath morning. An appropriate message and singing will be a part of the service. A meeting of the Sunday School board is called for Friday evening of this week at Good Hope parsonage. All teachers and officers are requested to be present. Please meet as near seven-thirty as possible. Rev. and Mrs. Wood were present at the dinner and business meeting of the preachers and wives of Algona sub-district on Tuesday of this week. The meeting was at the home of the Rev. and Mrs. C. V. Hulse In Algona. The young people met en Sunday afternoon and again on Tuesday even- Ing for practice of Easter music and drama. Easter service will begin at eleven o'clock, a half hour earlier than usual service of worship. Sunday School will be at the usual hour of ten-thirty but sharp on the minute with an Intensive period of thirty minutes. SENECA NEWS. Install a Beautiful New Spring Model NOW Special Offer During Our Big Campaign This is a Limited Offer Call SKELGAS 874 R. O, STORE BJUSTROM Telephone 1FU Dorcella Jensen spent the week end with her friend, Mildred Goetsch. The Lutheran young people's society met at the home of Jennie Jensen last Tuesday night. A very large crowd attended. Mr. and Mrs. John Osborn drove to Waterloo last week Wednesday. Mr. Osborn will undergo an operation for cancer some time this week. Mr. "and Mrs. Clyde Cooper entertained a large number of their friends St. Patrick's day night. The evening was spent dancing and everyone had a very enjoyable time. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jensen and their children, Harriet and Calvin, attended a birthday dinner given in honor of Mr. Christiansen, the father of Mrs. Jensen, given at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Fred McGregor. '•Sal DIAMOND DAY LUSBY'S NEXT SATURDAY, MARCH 28 We will have a representative of a large manufacturing concern here with a large assortment of Diamonds, Kings and Mountings. Do Yovi Want s\. Diamorvd ? Mr. Laitenberger will have a large and varied selection and special prices will be made for this special DIAMOND DAY. Prom manufacturer to consumer, through us. You save one middleman's profit. It will pay you to come many miles if you are interested in Diamonds. DIAMOND RINGS— Mr. Laitenberger will have with him all the newer, up-to-date Diamond Kings in both white gold and Platinum. You will be interested to see this new selection— just the very smartest things in rings whether you want a moderate priced ring or an expensive one, it will pay you to sec Frank Laitenberger. Mountings Do you want your old Diamond mounted in a late style ring'? A great many are doing this. You will be much pleased with what Frank has to show yon, and better still, yon will be much pleased with the wonderful prices he will make yon. Old Wedding Rings Made New He will have your old plain yellow or green gold wedding ring made into a new white gold engraved one. See Prank, he'll tell you how it is done. MANUFACTURER'S PRICE —Remember he will make you prices that will save you good money. Call us up and make a date. State the nature of your interest and about what hour you will call. Mr. Laitenberger will give you every attention and show you every courtesy and WE ••warit:-to'. see vou. 1 '^'•"':; •:-:; • . •••", • ->. ^- : ^,&&&<&..-:\i> '&... ;, Call Phone 477 Jewelry Stpre Algona, Iowa LONE ROCK NEWS. Ora Cameron of Oklahoma visited relatives here Sunday. - Mrs. Fred Rath entertained the Lar- kln club Saturday afternoon. Beryl Sanders spent the week end at Burt with Arlene Daniels. Ralph Wolfe of Waterloo visited relatives here over the week end. Russell Dacken came home last week from Oakdale where he has been working. Miss Elsie Willrett of Algona sewed for Mrs. Delbert Hanna the first of last week. Fred Genrich has been ill the last week. Alton Pettit is hauling the mail for him. Elsie Willrett and Mrs. Mae Fitzgerald of Algona visited Mrs. Frank Flaig Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flaig attended a blacksmiths' meeting at Ledyard on Friday evening. Several from here attended the ser- mon preached by Miss H. Nell Malen at Bancroft Sunday. Delmar Fisher won the five dolla bill given away at the skating rin! last Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rledel of Spen cer visited over the week end at the Clarence Householder home. Harold Angus went to Chicago on Saturday night with a car of cattle He will visit relatives while there. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Macumber anc daughter, Dorothy went to Waterloo on Friday and returned home Sunday. There was no school Thursday afternoon and Friday as all of the teachers attended the institute at Mason City. The parent-teachers" association will hold their regular meeting Thursday evening. A special program has been planned. John McGulre moved his grading outfit to Swea City Monday. Frank Flaig has been doing repair work for them the past month. Jack Quinn returned home Wednesday from Iowa City. Mrs. Quinn remained with Willard, who will be required to stay in the hospital ten days. William Cameron received word Friday from his daughter, Ethel, in Portland, Oregon, that her husband, Ralph Banjamln had died and would be buried there Tuesday. Mrs. L. R. Roderick and daughters, Margaret, Bernice and Imogene visited from Friday until Sunday at Sheffield with Mrs. Roderick's mother, Mrs. Margaret Davison. Frederick Schultz and Roy Leeper attended a Fathers and Sons banquet at Good Hope last Thursday. They were on the program. Mr. Schultz sang and Roy gave a reading and played several pieces on his ukelele. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Seegebarth of Chicago came last Thursday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Arthur Leudtke on Friday. The Seegebarths returned to Chicago Sunday. Mrs. Leudtke was the sister of Mr. Seegebarth. Mary Ann and Maxine Flaig entertained twenty-five little girls at a birthday party Wednesday atfer school. It was Maxine's sixth birthday Wednesday and Mary Ann's eighth birthday Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Newbrough entertained the following at a card party Sunday evening: the Richard Longs, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sprank, Mr. and Mrs. TTed Flaig, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Thompson, August Lampe and William OTJonnell and son, Tom. [The Mite society met at the home of Mrs. William Knoll last Thursday afternoon. The following officers were elected-for the coining year: president, Mrs. Llllle Thompson; vice president, Mrs. P. M. Christensen; secretary, Mrs. Hobson; treasurer, Mrs. Frank Dacken and pianist, Mrs. W. C. Helter. Mrs. Alfred Krueger entertained the following at a St. Patrick's party on Tuesday evening: Mrs. Roy and Otto Jensen, Mrs. E. M. Jensen, Neva Thompson, Mrs. Ralph Thompson, Mrs. Robert Dransfeldt, Mrs. W. J. I Cotton, Mrs. L. R. Roderick/Mrs. J M. Blanchard. Bridge was played at three tables. Mrs. Dransfeldt won the high score and Mrs. Otto Jensen the The American Legion Auxiliary held their fourth card party last Monday evening in Chips' pavilion. Mrs. Ralph Thompson and Glen Sharp won the nigh bridge score and Mrs. E. M. Jenson and Hildreth Pettit the high five hundred score. Mrs. William Dudding and C. M. Gross, won the low in bridge and Mrs. C. M. Gross and William O'Donnell low in five hundred. Delmar Fisher won the door prize of one dollar. Lunch was served by members of the Auxiliary. Sunday That Happy Event of Spring j Time is April 5, 1931 f What a delight for the kiddies—delicious Easter B candy made especially for presentation on this H JOYFUL OCCASION • Unique Easter Novelties and Eggs in varied ar- • ray. Chocolate Ostrich eggs filled with delicious H chocolate creams. A real candy feast for the child- • ren as well as the grown ups. If Algonquin Confectionery J. F. BEHLMER. 101 East State Street Algona, Iowa.
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