The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 7, 1933 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 7, 1933
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Dec. 7,1933 8 « Saturday. *. Hiftfjr Window has been ttt>ri « an ' who is in business spent Thanksgiving day a Laurena with relatives. y * Wade Silvan vte- latt er's mother at Eminets- *urg Thanksgiving day. Mr. and l Mrs. Paul Danson and llt- « tJ?**' ,?°™ e ' ,' wted ^^ Spirit Lake Thanksgiving day. Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Hull spen Thanksgiving In Blnggold county where they visited relatives and friends. Beulah Hartshorn, operator at the Marigold Beauty Shoppe, went to her home at Swea City for Thanksgiving day. Roland White of Iowa Palls was a guest of his grandparents, Mr. ant Mrs. Kills McWhotter, ThanksglvlnR <lay. B B Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Weaver w-re SJjests Tharisglvlng day at the home of thdif daughter, Mrs. B. E. Menzel, at Antes. .Mrs. Susie Engler of Spirit Lake returned to her home Saturday after a iqur day business and pleasure trip here. Mr. &nd Mrs. Tony Kirsch drove to Des Moines where they spent the week end on business and also visited several friends. Dr. and Mrs. John Keneflck and son visited the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Keneflck, at Eagle drove Thanksgiving day. Otis Barr, student at an osteopathy school at Sioux Falls, South Dakota cpent the Thanksgiving vacation with his father, John Barr. Drs. L. O. Baker, H. M. Olson and Arlo Adams attended a meeting of the dental society at Mason City Wednesday afternoon and evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. w. Little and family were Thanksgiving day visitors at the home of Mrs. Little's sister, Mrs. C. C. Michaelson, at Humboldt. The Misses Mary and Katherine Malloy of Nevada, Iowa, were guests at the Wernert sisters' home from Wednesday until Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Cora Virgin returned the first of the week from Lincoln, Nebraska, •where she had driven to spend Thanksgiving at the home of her daughter. Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Pox left Saturday afternoon for Mt. Carroll, Illinois, where they will visit with the former's parents until the latter part of this week. Ruth McMahon spent Thanksgiving vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McMahon. She returned on Sunday to Galva where she is teaching. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Poster returned Saturday evening after a three day visit with their daughter, Mary Elizabeth, who is a student at Cornell. Mrs. Edna Porst and Ernst Wenig of Cedar Rapids returned Sunday to their homes after visiting since Wednesday at the home of the former's sister, Bertha Johnson. Ruth Kreikenbaum left for her home in West Point, Iowa, after receiving •word that her father was seriously ill. Additional news as to his condition lias not been received. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Laidley and children were Thanksgiving guests at the Howard Vinson home. The Laidleys Jive in Esthervllle where Mr. Laidley is employed in a printing office. Mrs. H. W. Struble of Vlnton is visiting with her sister, Mrs. C. R. LaBarre this week. Tuesday and Wednesday the two ladies visited another ilster, Mrs. I. N. Meline in Eagle Grove. Donald Hutchinson and wife and two daughters, Joan and Nancy of Cedar .•Rapids speqt the time from Wednesday until Sunday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Hutchinson. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Lusby and Miss Irene Dalzlel returned the latter part ol last week from Des Moines where they were guests of Mr. Lusby's daughter end husband, Mr. and Mrs. H. Pierce Witmer. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Schemel and Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Schemel and son, Mart, spent Thanksgiving day at the Ed Rahm home in Des Moines. Mrs. Rahm is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Schemel. Mrs. L. C. Seward and children, Paul and Virginia, fonnerly of Algona, but now of Chicago, arrived last Wednesday evening for a visit with their numerous friends here. They returned to their home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. (Katz) Rosewall and children of Blue Earth visited the former's mother, Mrs. Charles Rosewall on Thanksgiving day. The younger Mrs. Rosewall and children remained until Sunday for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. J. a. Resch and son, Gene of Spirit Lake were guests last Friday at the home of the latter's aunts, Mrs. John Lamutl; and Miss Jennie Rlley. Miss Riley has been confined to her home the past three weeks with illness. Word has been received that a baby boy was born to Mrs. Rollln Hunter, daughter of Senator and Mrs. L. J. Dickinson, on the morning of Thanksgiving day at Washington, D. O. The mother, who was the former Ruth Dickinson, and the baby are getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tubbesing, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Barker and Mrs. Malcolm MacDougall of Mason City were Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace MacDougall. Mrs. Malcolm MacDougall remained at the home of her son for a further v!sit of a few days, returning to her home Sunday. June Adele Overmyer came home on Wednesday evening for a visit .with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Overmyer. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Overmyer took June Adele and Bernloe Harrington as far as Mason City. From there June Adele continued to Oskaloosa where she Is t^achin?. Bernlce, who visited her mother, Mrs. T. P. Harrington, during the Thanksgiving vacation, continued to Grinnell where she is a student. Dr and Mrs. O. J. Scanlan, Dr. and Mrs. Carl Hoffman, Phil Kohlhaas and children, Be*ty, Anita and Vernon drove to Cresco Thanksgiving where they spent the day at the home of the sister of Mrs. Scanlan and Mrs. Hoffman. Mrs. Kohlhaas and two BOW, Bobby and Dean, had been visiting there since Sunday. Drs. Scanlan and Hoffman, Phil and Mrs. Scanlan returned the same day but the rest of the party drove home Saturday. . M. O. Bourne was a visitor In Chicago during the week end. at Srltt **; > - v Mrs. James Neville Sunday evening. Grace Miller spent from Thursday until Sunday at her home In Mew Sharon. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Selzer visited In Borne Friday with the former's father. Matt, Sr. Ruth Jackson spent from Thursday until Sunday at her home in New Hampton. Manly Davis, Jr., of Studer, Illinois, visited at the home of his cousin, Chet Williams, Friday. Rev. and Mrs. Hoemer spent Thursday and Friday at the home of the latter's parents at Ackley. Leona Campe, Jean Coon and Marie Helen Beard were Chicago visitors from Thursday until Sunday. Rev. and Mrs, Southgate of Brltt spent Thanksgiving day here with then- daughter, Mrs. Theo. Herbst. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Westra of Eagle Grove were dinner guests at the A. H. Stock home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sheehan were Thanksgiving visitors at the E. E. Weaver home in Whlttemore. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Whitney visited a cousin of the former's in Medford, Minnesota, Thanksgiving Day. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Rising and family were guests at the I. L. Shellmeyer home at West Bend Thanksgiving day. Mrs. Mary Murtha returned Sunday evening after visiting the past ten days with relatives in Waterloo and Falrbank. Mrs. Harold Gilmore and daughter, Mary Louise, Mrs. Floyd Saunders and Norlnne Greiner were visitors in Mason City Friday. Mrs. E. J. Skinner and daughter, Kate, were Thanksgiving day visitors at the home of another daughter, Mrs. Anton Didrlksen. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Williams, son, Bob, and Valeria Pickebt were guests at the August Lee home in Brltt on Thanksgiving day. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Lena and daughter of Buffalo Center were entertained for dinner at the Henry Weeener home last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Neville and fam- ly spent the week end in Spencer at the home of the latter's parents, Mayor and Mrs. W. H. Lewis. Jean Cooney visited Irene Taylor of Mankato Thanksgiving day. Irene for- nerlv lived here, beine emoloved by the Goeders Dry Goods Co. Sidney CluiJc, student at Coe College, returned Sunday evening after spend- ng Thanksgiving vacation with his par- ints, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Berry and their children, accompanied by Gretchen 'Isher, all of Duncombe, were Thanks- ivlng day visitors at the S. J. Backus home. Rev. and Mrs. R. A. Burrows of Dalas Center spent Thursday, Friday and Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 7. C. Wright, who are the parents of ilrs. Burrows. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bonar and Bonnie iee spent Thanksgiving day in Eagle irove at the Will Hagerhoirt home. The A. K. Cliff family of Ames were also guests there. Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Sawyer and their children and Mrs. sawyer's mother, Mrs. H. Ahrens spent Thanksgiving day in Clear Lake with Dr. Sawyer's mother, Mrs. Clara Sawyer. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sheehan moved Wednesday of last week from their home on South Minnesota street to he upstairs apartment of the Ellis McWhorter home on East McGregor. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Stlllman and daughter, Ann, spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. Stillman's mother, Mrs. Minnie Holland at MaxwelU She (returned lome with them and remained until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Strom and Net- le Schumacher of Mason City and he former's sister, Segrid Strom from here, spent Thankstjiviiur at Elmore with Mr. and Mrs. Gus Strom, parents if Segrid and John. Mr. and Mrs. James Allen of Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Benson of Buffalo Center, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pfaff if Port Dodge and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Nelson of Fort Dodge were Thanksgiv- ng visitors at the home of Mrs. Nellie Van Allen. Hattle Wilson spent the Thanksgiv- ng vacation at her home in Sprtng- ille. Frances Messer spent the time at her home in Humboldt. Arthur Lu- kensmyer visited at the home of his parents in Eagle Grove. Other teach- :rs spending the vacation at their lomcs were Margaret Hullerman at 'erry and Eileen Portman at Auburn. Mrs. Viola Bishop visited on Thanksgiving day at the home of her mother, Mrs. Vinerva Anderson at Ames. Rev. and Mrs. A. w. Irwlfl were guests Thanksgiving day at the home of the latter's sister, *t Fulton, South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. John McDowell visited with the former's mother, Mrs. O. D. McDowell at Waterloo on Thanksgiving day. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Relnders and family and Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Relnders of Mallard were guests at the C. A. Joynt home recently. Paul Hutchlns, who teaches mathematics at Oilmore City, spent the Thanksgiving vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Hutchlns. Margaret Rabegaf, Margaret Vlgars and Ella Zumach, all students at the Iowa State Teachers College In Cedar Falls, spent the Thanksgiving vacation at their homes. Billy Green, Jr., left Monday to return to the Dolllver Park Reforestation camp after spending Thanksgiving In Algona with his parents and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Moulds. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mercer were guests at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Ervin at Indianola, Thanksgiving day. Mr. and Mrs. Ervln were visitors here not so long ego. Ernestine Chubb arrived home on Tuesday afternoon for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Chubb, until after Christmas. Ernestine has been employed at Frederick, Maryland, as Assistant County Agent. She recently secured a position as a county welfare worker and will return to her new position the first of the year. Ed DeZellar was the winner of the whistling teakettle which was given away last Saturday by the C. S. Johnson store. Mrs. Edythe L. Dalley and eon, Bill, returned Sunday evening from Minneapolis where they had spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. Dalley'a mother, Mrs. Jennie Dye. Bernlce Johnson of Cedar Rapids arrived Tuesday morning for an extended visit with her aunt, Bertha Johnson. Bernlce will also help take care of her grandmother, Mrs. Mike Johnson, who Is not In the best of healtto. Doris Long, who teftnhes at Nora Springs, spent Thanksgiving day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abner Long. Another daughter, Arba Dee, who is a student at Grinnell, (spent the day with her room mate at Des Moines. Dr. and Mrs. F. C. Scanlon and family were guests Wednesday and Thursday at the home of the former's parents, Dr. and Mrs. D. J. Scanlan at Rock Valley. The Scanlons returned home with their son and visited here unitl Sunday. Dr. and Mrs, Guy Anderson and two children of Ackley visited from Thursday until Sunday with the former's father, Fred Anderson. Other guests at the Anderson home on Thanksgiving day were James Anderson and his daughter and Reed Anderson and two daughters of Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Sands and two sons of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Anderson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Irons were unable to attend because of the illness of Mrs. Irons. The Thanksgiving dinner was more or less of a birthday party as well because Mr. Anderson celebrated his eighty-first birthday the day previous. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kuecker of Delavan, Minnesota, visited Sunday at the home of her sister, Mrs. R. O. BJustrom. Mrs. Walter Welsbrod and two children of Fenton were visitors at the home of the former's mother, Mrs. J. C. Kresensky over the week end. Among the students of the Iowa State College at Ames who were home for the Thanksgiving vacation are: Edgar Flnnell, William Monlux, Kenneth and Carl Medtn, Magnus Lichter, Max Richardson, Edmund Norton, Hoyt Ra,- ney and John Rargreaves. June Adele Aman, student at the Iowa School of Beauty Culture, visited her mother, Mrs. Jessie Aman, during the Thanksgiving vacation. Her friend. Angle Peterson, came home with her on Wednesday evening and returned on Thursday evening. Eleanor Backus arrived home Thursday from Dubuque where she Is attending Dubuque University. She visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Backus, until Sunday when she was accompanied bu^k as far as Iowa Falls by her sister, Beth, and Josephine Murtagh. Nelson Crawford of Whlttemore was In Algona Friday visiting with old friends. As a young man he lived for a number of years in the Algona vicinity. He is the grandfather of L. H. Crawford, a former Algonlan who moved to Minneapolis two or three years ago. Edward J. Gamber of Edgerton, Minnesota, stopped briefly in Algona one day last week on his way home from Davenport where he and a neighbor had been visiting friends. Mr. Gamber Is a son of the late Andrew Gamber who lived on the Eisenbarth farm southeast of Algona about 20 years ago. Mr. and Mrs. ton S. Wright visited from Wednesday until Friday In Des Moines with Mr. Wright's sister, Miss Hazel, who is a registered nurse there, and his mother, Mrs. Ida Wright. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Griffith of Du- buqhe came Wednesday and will make their home In Algona at the Frank Green home. Mr. Griffith is a retired postal clerk, having retired last June. Guy Clark of Des Moines who travels for a harness company, was in Algona Tuesday visiting old friends. Mr. Clark at one time had a harness business in Algona, located In the building where the Nelson hardware is now. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Walker of Delavan, Minnesota, spent Thanksgiving at Whlttemore with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Walker and with her mother, Mrs. Daisy Cook In Algona. The Walkers have a baby boy, Hdon Stanley, born about three weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Stock and then- daughter, Bernlce, teacher in the public schools at Eagle Grove, who was here during Thanksgiving vacation, spent Thanksgiving day at the home of Mr. Stock's brother, W. O. Stock at Storm Lake. Kenneth, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Stock, and family of Sioux City, were also present at Storm Lake. Mr. and Mrs. clarence Brownell and daughter of Berkeley, California, are expected next week for a visit with the former's father, J. A. Brownell and brother, Roy and family. After a few days' visit here Clarence and his wife will go on to Illinois where they will visit her parents during the next five or six weeks. Clarence will return to Berkeley right after Christmas to resume work on the San Fanclsco-Oak- land bridge for which he is one of the engineers. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bailey of Marshall, Minn., visited at the home of the latter's sister, Mrs. R. D. Hutch- Ins and with her mother, Mrs. Ida Minkler, from Thursday until Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lichter and their family spent Thanksgiving at St. Benedict with their daughter arid family, Mr. and Mrs. John Ludwlg. Ed Lichter who Is employed in a Chevrolet g«r- age in Deadwood, South Dakota, who had spent Thanksgiving with hi* parents, returned to Deadwttbd Saturday and accompanied his brother, Magnus, as far as Ames where the latter Is attending Iowa State College. Sunday afternoon, Mrs. B. I*. Richardson and daughter, Meredith, and Harry Bishop took Edmund Norton and Max Richardson to Ames after the boys, who are students at the Iowa State College there* had spent the Thanksgiving vacation at their respective homes in Algona. Mrs. Richardson and daughter visited the former's sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Kirby before returning In the evening, accompanied by Harry Bishop. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Richardson and family spent Thanksgiving in Sioux City with relatives. On Friday Roy drove to Omaha where he purchased some furniture for his store. Upon returning to Algona Sunday he learned of the death of Virgil Christopher, the son of his cousin. Dr. W. F. Christopher of La Porte City, Iowa, and left immediately to attend the funeral. He was accompanied by his mother, Mrs. B. F. Burtls and brother, W. A. Richardson. Mr. Christopher was twenty- eight years of age. His death was caused by heart trouble with Which he had, suffered since an attack, of the flu In 1918. wuvwvwvvwvwwvwwvu WHY I Pay Rent? After making a small down payment on ; a Good Farm, the interest charges and taxes are no more than what you are now paying in rent. We have several farms that we can sell on the above basis. Come in and let us show you what we have. Over 400 Good Kossuth County Farms to choose from. McDonald & Co. Iowa State Bank Bldg, Phone 120. VWWWVWWWWWWAW Boys' Sports BLAZERS The fellows all think they're swell . . . their mothers know how well they'll wear. At this price give your boy a treat. Sizes 8 to 18. 97c The Boston Store "Headquarters for Bargains" Algona, Iowa This Week End Brings a Men's Heavy Blanket Lined Jackets Pull cut—sizes 36 to 50 $1.39 FEAST OF BARGAINS! THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Come for these greater shopping days of the winter season, when the op^ portunity offers itself to buy for your all^season desires, For Men's Apparel and Furnishings , , , Join the value shoppers at the BOSTON STORE for greater satisfaction* Felt Hats What a "lot of hat" for the money. Mighty, good looking and a low price. $2.50 V 66 Men's Odd Lot Sale of Stetson Hats, Dress Styles $1.45 Boys' Leath- erett Helmets v- 29c 45c Men's Work Caps 9gf"" in itit Hi ODD LOT SALE Men's High Grade SUITS Broken Lot, formerv d> I Q C ly $25 to $45 values O 1 ,l/O Boys' Leatherette Sheep Coats Full sized wambatone collar. High grade non-peel leatherette, sheepskin lined. A warm coat that's practical. Sizes 4 t to 18. $2.95 Men's Fine Polo OVERCOATS Quality and Value and at these Prices $1O 50 They're all wool. New models and colors. Long wearing fabrics. Come in and learn how easy it Is to be well dressed at small DOSt! $14.95 $17.50 Other Coats at $9.75 Men's Waterproof Suede Cloth Cossack Coat Made of heavy corduroy and all wool worsted material—from— 39c to 85c Dress Shirts Fine fast colors, size 14 to 19. 95c ^ «^- ^^" W ^r ^r ^^- ^mr- *t^- mr~ ^g^~ ^ *^~ •" f r IBIIIX-IPIJ^AilL THE BOSTON STORE Algona. Iowa Blue, tan. Zipper front —wind-proof, sizes 36 to 50, now— $1.95 UNION SUITS Men's 16 Ib. heavy cotton at $1.19

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