The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 26, 1933 · Page 3
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The Algoaa Ppper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, October 26,1933 DEATHS OCCUR IN PASTJEVEN DAYS Sophlus Jensen, Ban Ban wart, Cnaa. Smith All Pass to Eternity ""I* community was Friday when word came of the death of Sophus Jensen In Ames. *£: *$*?* ?« fl tomw resident h«re, «ad hte daughter, Marian Jensen, lives Mere. Five years ago he moved to Ames to work at the college poultry farm for four years. He was a member of the Presbyterian church while living here. ?1 frj"** 1 **! by tote wife, lone son, John of Laurens, Iowa, Mrs. fnger Bennett of Ames and Marian Jensen of ,2 nd one W&tan, I Monday afternoon from the Pres. rtitt church. Rev. R. A. Brmigh ot Dows, their former pastor, officiated Burial was In the cemetery west of town, BanWart Funeral Moitfay It is with regret we chronicle the death of Mrs. Dan Banwart, which occurred Friday about noon at he* home *est of town. She had been In poor health for some time but grew suddenly Worse and passed away in a sbor time, she Is survived by her husbanc and seven children, four boys and three girts. The funeral services were held Monday at the house at 12:30 and at two o'clock at the Aposolic church aix burial was In the Apostolic cemetery Succumbs to Cancer Charles Schmidt passed away Sunday morning from a long serious Illness of cancer. Re is about 65 years old and is survived by his wife anc seven children, four boys and three grils. The funeral was held at the Apostolic church Tuesday afternoon and burial wag In the cemetery west of town. Miss Evelyn Harris of Pioneer is staying at the home of Mrs. E. M. Watson this winter. Miss Elaine Hinton spent the past week visiting her sister, Mrs. Vane Graham at Hardy, Iowa. Specials Corn Meal 5 Ibs Catsup, large bottle, 2 for _. Macaroni, per pkg. Pure Jam, 2V 2 Ib. jar __. 15c J2c _25c - 5c .25c Fresh Pumpkins, 1 A« Bach-.--,.-—-.- 1 "': Peas, good grade 1 per dozen Pork Chops Beef Roast , Pork Roast Side Pork Hamburg Sausage Bacon Squ. per Ib. Complete line Fresh Meats, Cold Meats, Fruits and Vegetables. Top Price for Eggs H.R.Sorensen&Co. We Deliver. Phones 138-139 lOc CHILORMN ATTENO Ct-NWKY WHO WOULO DUEL AT 1HE SLIGHTEST CAUSE, CHALLENGED AND WILED f\5>* Our OF EVERT ISSUEO BY THE U, S. IN PAPEK. MOH£Y /S EITHER. DESTROYED SYr/RE OK. W3ECK. FOfL /TAJ? NEVER, KETUKHED FOR. /N PRGOHf W EMGLANO 700AY ARE NOT REAL CRIMINALS BUT ONLY POOR. *I£N AHD WOMEN WHOHAYE COMMfTED MINOR oFfgffcBS ANO UNABLE is PAY THCIK. FINES. > Fenton Juniors Pick Cast in Class Play Fenton: The high school junior class have chosen "Here Comes Charlie" as their class play. Verllna loerger will coach the class, cast of characters Include Delores Krause, Maynard Burwash, Ruby Hantelman, Clarence Yager, Dale Welsbrod, Hildegaarde Kab- elltz, John Bailey, G. Stoeber, Dorothy Stlgman and John Watte. Leo Montag and Mrs. Jake Bauman drove to Ames Sunday for a visit with Mrs. S. D. Jensen and family. Alfred Wlrtz is suffering from a boil on his hand. Thsl Is a real handicap for a good corn husker like Alfred. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Wirtz and their daughter, Pearl, attended the funeral of Mrs. Dan Banwart here, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. George Foley and their children spent the past week In Chicago attending the Century of Progress. The Home study class of the Presbyterian Sunday School meets with Mrs. Wash Harris Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Clark spent the past week at the home of their daughter, Mrs. J. H. Bardsley and family in Neola, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Scurr spent the past week visiting in Cedar Rapids. Their children are being cared for by Mrs. Axel Hansen. F. W. Daubendlek and Misses Estalene Stiles and Marie Dunn attended a telephone .operators' meeting in Remsen Wednesday. V" ' '"'/• The Womans Home and Foreign missionary society met at the home of Mrs. O. W. Dubbs with Mrs. H. R. Bell assistant hostess. 1)he Presbyterian Aid society will meet Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Arch Conde. Mrs. Jerry Schutter will be assistant hostess. The Parmi Nous bridge club met at the home of Dr. and Mrs. F. O. Dor- weller. A seven o'clock dinner was served and bridge was enjoyed during the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Post and their children of Rodman, spent Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs. H. Sloan. Mae Sloan went home with them for a week's stay. Mrs. Ed Anderegg and Mrs. wm. Hundertmark drove to Mason City on Monday to meet Alex Anderegg who was coming here pertaining to the Wm. Anderegg estate. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dubbs and their daughter, Mildred and Roland Jurgens drove to Des Moines, Sunday and spent the day at the home of their son, Charles Ross. Joe Fogarty was taken to the hospital at Emmetsburg Thursday to submit to an operation for appendicitis. His ailment was found to be ruptured ulcers of the stomach. He is getting along as well as can be expected. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS Men's mix wool sox, per pair 19c Ladies' silk and wool hose, 35c, 3 pair for $1.00 Boys' winter helmets 39c Girls' Berets, real nice ones — 29c Genuine Zipper Overshoes 69c Fast color, yard wide prints 13c Men's Flannel shirts, all sizes 69c Sheep Skin Coats, good ones $3.95 For these two days we are putting all of our broadcloth $1.50 dresses, sizes from 14 to 48, new patterns and colors, your choice $1.29 Underwear for men, women and children. Mackinaws, Leather Coats, Children's Dresses, Hosiery, Rubbers, Men's dress shirts all at Bargain Prices. 83 New Dresses Just Received they are the last word in style and smartness. We can, still sell this shipment at $4.95 - $5.95 Neville's Toggery In Dad's Old Stand Algona, Iowa. Sexton Folks Unite After 25 Yr. Lapse Sexton: Mrs. Sarah Wise entertained at a quilting bee at her home Saturday afternoon. Mrs. William Kirschbaum, Mrs. Henry Fennewald of Dubuque, Mrs. August Klschbaum, Mrs Nettie Turgeson and Mrs. Henry Phillips of Wesley were guests. Mrs. Wm Kirschbaum, Mrs. Fennewald and Mrs Turgeson were all old acquaintances but had not seen each other for 2! years. They are 73, 69 and 89 years of age respectively. James Brophy finished picking corn at his farm Monday afternoon. Tnere was no school Friday as Marie Harris, the teacher attended the teachers' institute held in Algona on that day. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Neahring and little son, Donald visited Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs flenry Olave at Brltt. , Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hammond o: Wesley and sister Edith Hammond of Swea City visited Sunday at the home of their grandmother, MTs. Sarah Wise. Mrs. Essie McMahon returned home the first oi last week from Chicago where she had been on a ten days' visit with relatives and the Century of Progress. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sanders were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr", and Mrs. Lou Bolenus and family near Doan. The John Pink and Earl Stott families of Titonka were there also. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven and two sons, Wilbur and Everett were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Merraim and family near Corwith. They also attended services at the Methodist church there In the morning. Mrs. Arlene Pasley received word on Monday morning that her mother, Mrs. Fred Hamilton near DeWltt, Illinois, who has been seriously ill the past three weeks, passed away at her home Sunday evening. Mrs. Pasley left on Monday evening with another sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. John Dacken of Burt, for Illinois, to attend the funeral. Mr. and Mrs. William Hartley returned home Monday noon from Waterloo where they have been vsiting at the home of Mrs. Hartley's brother, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Harrmon and family. While they were away they also visited the park at the Devil's Backbone at Strawberry point, Iowa. They were gone around a week, and reported their trip very interesting. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lowman and family entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of their daughter, Virginia and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Sankey, who were married two weeks ago. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith and family, north of Sexton, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Witham and family, Blanche Moyer of Fenton, Florence Grimmel of Fenton, Verla Lowman, Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Kern and family, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lowman and family and Jack Gannon all of Algona. Everyone enjoyed the day very much. The Bible study class of Seneca met at the home of Mrs. R. L. Bossman at Cylinder Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. George Magnusen and family of Swea City were Sunday dinner guests at the Ole Johansen home. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Anderson and children were Sunday dinner guests at the Ray Anderson home east of Swea City. Fred Jensen had misfortune of having a dry shaft fall on his foot Sunday morning and bruise his toes quite badly. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nelson of Burt are the proud parents of a baby boy born Oct. 15th. Harold Nelson was formerly of Seneca. Mr. and Mrs. John Saunders and son, Jackie Bruce spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Sanders' parents, the J. D. Pedersen family of Rlngsted Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sorenson of Minneapolis are proud parents of a baby boy born Oct. 2. The little one has been named James Hamilton. Mr.s. Sorenson was formerly Florence Cooper. Victoria Jensen Is visiting for a few days at the George Patterson home. The Seneca Junior class play has been selected, the title being "There Goes the Bride." Characters of the cast will be given later. ' C. C. Cooper and sons, Mrs. Roy Osborn and children motored to Laurens Sunday to visit at the C. Richardson home. Mrs. Cooper accompanied them home after being at the bedside of her father for a week. A reunion was held at the Mino Behrends home Sunday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Behrends' 20th anniversary. A dish and linen shower was given to them. The following families who attended were: the George Jentz family, Henry Behrends of Rolfe, Henry Schrader of Ringsted, Jack Bethrends of Lone Rock, Charles Theesefield of Ringsted, and Ornle Behrends, Sr., of Seneca. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schemmel of Ringsted were Sunday dinner guests at the E. C. Weisbrod home. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Miller and Mrs Jens Henrickson of Ringsted were entertained Sunday at the C. G. Humphrey home. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Oeronsin and children, Harold, Hollin and Helen spent Sunday at the Charles Stewart home in Bode. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Brooks of Iowa Falls spent the week end with the lat ter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Light and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Lakin and daughter, ATlene Of Esthervllle visited Sunday with the former's mother, Mrs. W. Lakin at the John Espe home. The Fenton Forward 4-H club met Saturday afternoon at the home of Ruth Glaus. Thirteen members, th? leader, and one visitor, were present. Mr. and Mrs. T. O. McFall of cedar Rapids came last Thursday for a visit at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. N. McFall and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Weisbrod, Nettle Welsbrod and Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Meyers anc) children were entertained at the Kern Elerick home in Whittemore, Sunday. Mrs. Oliver Stoeber and son, Wm. John of Armstrong visited at the W. E, Stoeber home Friday and Saturday, while Mr. Stoeber attended the teachers' institute at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. John Boevers of Galena, 111., and daughter, Helen, and son, Fred came Saturday for a visit with the former's brother Henry Boevers and his sister, Mrs. Philip Wels- brod. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Elgler, Paul Elg- ler and Elsie Kohlwes attended the meeting of the eighth district druggists at ,the Country Club at Algona last week Wednesday afternoon and evening. Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Waite attended the funeral of Carrol Jean Fredericks at the M. E. church at Cylinder last week Wednesday afternoon. Burial was made In the Evergreen cemetery at Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hantelman Of near Emmetsburg visited at the home of the former's mother, Mrs. Kate Hantelman, Friday. Mr. Hantelman is convalescing after an appendicitis operation. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Newel, Mrs. Kate Newel, Irene Newel, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Frank and children of this place and Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Newel of Hartley were Sunday dinner guests at the F. P. Newel home. Announcements were received here last week of the birth of a daughter, Virginia Lee, to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Paper of Missouri Valley, on October 10. Mrs. Paper was before her marriage, Mabel Brandt, a former home economics instructor in our school. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Moses and their daughter of Quapelle, Canada, visited last week at the home of Mrs. Moses mother, Mrs. John Arbogast and her brother, John Dempsey. They were enroute to Los Angeles, California, where they will spend the winter. Mrs. A. H. Meyers and Beatrice Kramer served refreshments to some of the Epworth League members Friday evening at the M. E. church. This group is being coached by Esther Smith in a home talen play, "Deacon Dubbs" to be presented in the Fenton opera house November 3. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Wefsbrod entertained at family dinner Sunday. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Car] Kem and family, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. P. Welsbrod and family of Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. George Boevers and son, Donald of near Algona and Mr. and Mrs. John Boevers and daughter, Helen and son, Fred of Galena, ill. Dr. and Mrs. s. W. Meyer were pleasantly surprised at their home on Sunday evening by a group of friends who brought their dinners and helped them celebrate their first wedding anniversary. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stoeber, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Reeder and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Theesfleld and son, Dickie. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Alderson recelv- rd woTd Monday of the death of their daughter, Mrs. Fred Hamilton of Kankakee. 111. The Aldersons returned recently after being called there by her serious illness, erysipelas with complications. They left her so much Improved the message was a shock to them. Mr. and Mrs. Alderson and their grandson, Lyle Hamilton, who accompanied them home and Burdette Aider- son left Monday to attend the funeral to be held there. son's corn on that day. Mr. Patterson is a member of the Winncbago Post No. 21 at Buffalo Center, as are sev-< era] more of the boys from here. This is being done as Mr. Patterson Is tttt- able to pick his own corn as he was recently operated on for gallstones. The members of the Auxiliary and neighbors will help serve the dinner. Lakota Neighbors to Aid Friend; Plan Big Husking Bee Lakota: On Thursday of this week the members of the American Legion and the neighbors of the David Patterson family will hold a husking bee. A large crowd is expected and It is hoped they husk all of Mr. Patter- Did you know a wet wash only costs 5c per Ib. dry weight and, we call for it. and also 'deliver. \ Why not weigh your »laundry bundle and see how cheap it is. No fuss and muss around 'the house these cold days of winter. Kirsch Laundry Phone 267. ' ipfflaagKBgcaagoics Weather Service for Your Car Cold weather is on the way. You better be prepared! If you haven't put in lighter oil in your crankcase, had your car greased, your battery checked and an anti-feeze solution put in your radiator you're taking chances. Get on the safe side today—drive in and have your car serviced and made ready for cold weather. Our charges are small and we can save you a lot of trouble and expense later if you take heed now. Cfapp's Master Service West of Court House. Phone 26 The Boston Store BURT NEWS Mr. and Mrs, G. C. Qiddings and son William and Miss Nellie Ward left last week for Chicago where they will visit their son, Guy, Jr., and family. They will also attend the world's Fair while there. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Graham, Mr. tnd Mrs. F. O. Stow, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Bewick, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Graham and two children, Mr. and rs. J. T. Graham drove to Webster City Sunday and attended a Graham family reunion. There were 39 present. Miss Irma Davlson spent last week iere with her father, W. J. Davison. She left for Melvln Monday where she will visit her brother, Frank and fam- ly, before going to Bradgate to re- iume her school work after having a two weeks' vacation for corn picking. Values Headquarters for Bargains Algona, Iowa Values LOOK WHAT YOU CAN BUY! Merchandise was contracted before prices began to rise. Wool Sweaters For Men Fancy patterns. This is the old price PLUM CREEK NEWS Leo Miller shelled corn for Edward Kaln Saturday. The Doan Ladles Aid met with Mrs. Dg White on Thursday of last week. Mrs. Laymon of Whlttemore spent last week with her daughter, Mrs. Julius Baas. Junior Altwegg spent Tuesday night with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Robinson east of Algona. Corn husking is in full swing and the yield and quality are very good considering the unfavorable weather conditions the crop was grown under. Mesdames Claire Anderson, Louise Hyde, Mabel Tjaden and perhaps others were at Emmetsburg last Monday afternoon where they attended an Episcopal church meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Forbes SUtlz of the Bode neighborhood have moved to the Wayne Keith farm, where they will occupy the tenant bowse and Mjr. gtUt* will be employed, Drink YERBAVIDA YOUR HEALTH DEPENDS ON IT! If your nerves are jumpy and you cannot sleep, do not let this condition continue or you will ruin your health. Yerbavida Tea will relax your nerves and let you sleep. Not a drug, but a very beneficial beverage that you will prefer to either tea or coffee. For Stomach and Kidney troubles it is unsurpassed. A 20-page free booklet, "The Story of Yerbavida," may be obtained by writing to Yerbavida Sales Co., 619 Southwest Bldg., LOS Angeles; or a large package of Yerbavida—enough for 240 cups—can be obtained for $1.00. For sale at lusby'B prug store. —Adv. Men's Union Suits Fine combed yarn, winter weight, ankle length. Made right Sheep Lined Coats Men's Blue Corduroy Lined Sleeves, 36" long Four deep pockets .... 6.95 Blanket Lined Jackets 1.39 Corduroy collars, full cut, brass buttons ... Leather Mittens Let's go—boys you don't have to spend much Men's Fall Hats New snap brim styles 1933 shades Leatherette Coats Boys' sheep lined coats Wambino collar, clipped sheep lining 2.95 Suede Leather Jackets Made only of the better quality leather. Full satin lined 6.45 Union Suits Boys' part wool. He needs extra wear. He gets it in these Sweater Coats Wool ribbed for men and and women. A quality coat at tills price Men's Wool Socks Heavy wool mixed work socks, fancy and greys Men's Gloves & Mittens* Jersey gloves, canvas gloves, chore mitts and gloves The Boston Store Headquarters for Bargains! Algona, Iowa

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