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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 20, 1937
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 20,1937 Alice Schrader of Brltt was a guest Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Clapsaddle. Ella Volght of \Vhittemore Is spending the week as guest of her sister, Mrs. Ed Hnnsen. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Rising drove to Des Moines, Sunday to pay their daughter, Marlon, a visit. E. W. Lindstrom of LnSalle, III., spent the week end with his wife and Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Pierce. Mr. and Mrs. John Haggard visited their friends, Mr. and Mrs. •G. W. Atkins in Spencer, Sunday. Mrs. Oeorg/> Free of Garner visited at the home of her motherin- Jaw, Mrs. G. H. Free, Monday afternoon. Hanna drown, registered nurse, of Mars'ialltown, will spend the week erJ with her aunt, Mrs. W. E. Laird. Mr* John Baldwin is spending sever il weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Ford at St. Loi'is, Missouri. Mrs. John McEnroe was taken to the Kossuth hospital for medical treatment, Sunday. She is in a very aerlous condition. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Keith and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McDougall visited relatives and friends in Mason City, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. O. \V. Erickson will drive to Minneapolis, Friday, to spend the week end on a business and pleasure trip. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Powell of Spirit Lake were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Mahoney. Mrs. Powell is a sister of George Mahoney. Bernard Wilson of Lake Mills and Henrietta Haggerson of Thompson spent Sunday visiting at the home of the parents of the former, Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Wilson. Dr. and Mrs. H. R. Gibson and little daughter, Maxine, will spend the week end in Mason City as the guests of their friends, Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Kruger. Both men are veterinarians. Lloyd Phillips received a broken right wrist after he slipped and fell backward on a stone while fishing at Lost Island, Monday. Mr. Phillips is a mineral salesman, and resides in Algona. Phone Ladies Non-Crush Linen Suits Hand Tailored $15.75 See our Hue of Summer Samples LINEN SKIRTS $5.75 Clopton The Tailor Over Bchlmer's Iowa Theatre Thur. Frl. Sat First Showing State of Iowa HELP! HELP! HELP! for May 30th Ahandsomenewshirt always helps make the Memorial Day Week-end more enjoyable. In addition to plain white shirts we have a brand new group of Arrows that are plenty handsome... original stripes and checks that you can't match anywhere else in town. Each shirt has the unparalleled Mitoga Form-Fit . . . and is Sanforized-Shrunk— a new shirt gratis if one ever shrinks. Zender & Caldwell Clothing and Shoes ALGONA, IOWA Mr. and Mrs. \V. C. Irrlnn clrovp' to Mason City Monday on business. Mrs. Elslo Cady nnd Evrtyn Cndy visited in Mason City with relatives Monday. The senior class nt thp St. Cecelia Academy observed their annual senior day, Tuesday. Mr. nnd Mrs. I^ewls Ljmk and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Phillips spent Sunday in Arnolds Park. Sonny Mnnn nnd Charles Delb- ler of Ragle Grove were business callers in Algona, Tuesday. Sir. and Mrs. Frank Vern and family and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey fished Sunday at Lost Island. Sirs. Edwin Miller of Des Moines and her two sisters, Leta and Harriet Cox of Center Junction spent the week end with Edwin Miller and Mrs. Cora Miller. Mrs. Donald Cronan of Toledo, Ohio, arrived Sunday for ,1 week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cronan, and with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Blcich at Burt. Monday evening, Dr. S. W. Meyer attended the regular meeting of the General hospital staff and clinical group which was held with Dr. R. L. Nelson at Humboldt. Mrs. Hugh Herman was called to Perry. Thursday, by the death of Mrs. Walter Crist in childbirth, the baby daughter living. Mrs. Crist lived in Algona four years and taught school here. Frank Tietz. son of Mr, and Sirs. Frank Tietz, Sr., has been attending a school for the blind, and has returned home with Ms parents. He has purchased a loom and will do rug and carpet weaving at home. J. D. Holtzermann of Minneapolis and a sister, Mrs. Lenore Thorsch. who is visiting in the United States from Germany, left on Tuesday morning, after visiting at the homes of J. T. and Theo. Ch'rta- chilles. Margaret McTfown and Winifred Gillian attended Veisha at Iowa State College, Saturday. Bob Post accompanied them as far as Ames from where he hitch-hiked to Iowa City and drove the Charles LaBarre automobile home. It seems that Lieut. Mel Peterson and his wife and little "Petey" will remain another year at the Annapolis Naval Academy for additional naval \Vork. They had been expected to visit here in June, but the visit will be postponed. Mrs. Clarence Paisley and daughter, Eugenia, drove to Storm Lake, Tuesday, for a visit win thteof r Tuesday, for a visit with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Lewis, and to attend the graduation of Mrs. Palslcy's sister, Alice Lewis. Vern Rlebhofl and his aunt, Mrs. Garfeiia Johnson, drove to Minneapolis Sunday for his sister, Camilla Riebhoff, who will have a three weeks' vacation at the home of her mother, Mrs. Flora Riebhoff. Camilia is a student nurse at the St. Andrews hospital. Thursday, the Rev. and Mrs. \V. Lease of Splnt Lake are expected FENTON JUNIOR, SENIOR BANQUET HELD IN ALGONA Fenton: The annual junior-senior banquet, in "Airplane" style, was held Friday evening. May 14, at the Hotel Algona at 6:30. The following program was given: Welcome Address, "Gangway for Lightning Action," Edmund Krause; "Streamlining Through High School," Fernandes Fauerby; "The Modern Aeronauts," Mrs. E. Otterness; "Modernistic Ideas of Beauty," Irene Bleckwenn; "Conventional Ideas," Harold Weisbrod; "Wisdom in Practical Knowledge," EvelVn Radig. "The Flying Pullman," Frederick Zwiefel; "Modernize with Fun," Edward Lindsey; Class Prophecy, Ruth Dreyer; Class Will, Wilma Airhart; Class History. Tusnelda Kobelilz; Class song, seniors. The menu was served in three courses. The class colors are coral and silver. Class motto. "Finished, Yet Beginning" and class flower is the Talisman rose. There are 21 seniors and 22 juniors. Union Girl Mu*t Remain in Cast 6 to 8 Months Union: Floyd Baron returned on Tuesday from Iowa City where he left his wife and daughter. Joan Marlene. The small daughter was put in a cast. Her hip in some manner was dislocated and the specialist couldn't tell whether it was accidental or that way since birth. The parents cannot recall any accident which may have caused it. She will have to remain in bed for 6 or 8 months in a cast. Mr. Bacon will return to Iowa City the last of this week to brino: them home. The injury to the hip could not be detected only by x- ray. The parents noticed the trouble when the child began to learn to walk. Koppen Purchases Wesley Pool Hall Wesley: A deal was completed Wednesday whereby Lawrence Koppen. of Algona, son-in-law of Jacob Hauptly, south of town, became the owner of the Roy Taylor pool hall. The Taylors have no plans for the future as yet, but it was understood that they expeci to move to Illinois, where he will again enter business. Buy New Cars Stanley Gardner is driving a new Ford V-8. Fred Will has a new Dodge. Mrs. Jacob Winkel has a new Chevrolet sedan. Rose Kutschara is assisting with the house work at the Ben Gould home while Mrs. Gould is having her teeth extracted. Chester Bailey is having an addition built to his sheep shed. The new part is the same dimensions as the original barn. Mrs. George Stewart, mother of Mrs. Stephen Tjaden, has been ill with rheumatism the past week, but is much Improved now. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bode, son Donald and daughter Joan, and Mrs. Bode's mother, Mrs. John Lamuth, spent Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Puth. who are now located in Gilmore City. In oa ;heir wny to Britt to visit their dai-gnter, lone who teaches there. The Leasci were former restdsnta of Algona where he was district superintendent of the Methodist church. Johnny Cosffrove of Titonkn, Kossuth county's well known lightweight pugilist, a son of Supervisor Cosgrove, knocked out Pat Hurley of Rolfe at the fight night in Spencer last Monday. It was a six- round go and Cosgrove took every round. Johnny is rated as among the best among the'light heavy weights. ' MM. A. D. Kiohartls and Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Richards and family of Lone Rock were guests, Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs Floyd Richards, who live three miles nortli of Blue Earth, Minnesota At O. Richards and Floyd Richards are the sons of Mrs. A. D. Richards. The crop prospects are very favorable in the Blue Earth vicinity. Margaret Durant spent Saturday, May is, in St. Paul attending an all day poetry conference at St Francis hotel. She appeared on the morning program, giving a talk on the poetry of Robert Frost, and again in the afternoon when she read the poem that won first prize in the recent Iowa poetry contest. Raymond Kresensky was one of the guest speakers. Five states were represented, the atendance beine over 100. Mr .and Mr». Gaylord Hensold of Honolulu, Hawaii, arrived Monday for a few days' visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Daub. Mr Hensold is a nephew of Mrs. Daub He is employed by the American Factors Limited Company as manager of the paint department in Honolulu. Mr. and Mrs. Henaold arrived in the United States April 2, traveled to the east coast, will now drive back to the west coast and sail on their return trip May 4.t7, Move Creek Bed In Road Grading Union: One of the county road projects now under way is being welcomed by folks of this vicinity. The county is bringing to grade the two miles of road from the Robert Leason corner, west past the Stephen Tjaden home, for a distance of two miles. A creek, the small Coleman's creek, which inter- ferred with the widening of the road, has been changed by workmen, for a distance of 627 feet. The creek enters the Black Cat creek on the Presley Sarchett farm. A new bridge will be built over the Coleman Creek. Nine Seniors At Ottosen Graduate Ottosen: Graduation exercises of the Ottosen high school will take place next Thursday, May 27th. Class day is Friday of this week and the senior play "Mountain Mumps" is to be presented next Wednesday. Elliott Kinseth is class salutator- lan, and Alice Thorson Is valedictorian. Other members of the class are Loren Bakke, Melvin Bratland, Barbara Clave, Harold Henrlkaon, Marvi Llest, Joseph Leltl and Lola Watnem. Caught In Saw Llvermorc: Frank Telshaw met with a painful accident Tuesday while operating an electric saw at his home when the first finger of the left hand became entangled and cut almost entirely through the finger, taking an end off. However it was not necessary to amputate at the first joint as was first thought, and Mr. Telshaw is on duty as usual at the Rosenberg Wicks yards. Fairview-Corwith The Corwith high school seniors presented their class play, "Miss Collegiate," at the Merchants Theatre on Thursday and Friday evenings. The cast of nineteen seniors carried their parts very well. The play was under the direction of Miss Gertrude Jackman. Miss Pearl Scribner of LuVerne Is spending the week with her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. V. Scribner. Miss Mildred Berhow has finished her year's teaching and has returned to her home in Kanawha. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clapsaddle of Clarion and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Piper of Des Moines visited Sunday at the Frank Clapsaddle home. Sirs. Laura SI. Smith of Charlestown. New Hampshire, and Mrs. W. K. Ferguson were in Ames during the week end for Vcisha, and to visit Mrs. Ferguson's sons, Lewis and John. John's fraternity, Tuu Kappa Epsilon, was entertaining mothers, Sunday. Lewis is technical foreman at the CCC cump were the boys ure making extensive stnte nursery plantings for reforestation, farm windbreaks, etc. He is employed by the forestry department of the college. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Collimoiti received a tulegram Monday morning, May 17, announcing the birth of a six pound baby boy born to Mr. and Mrs. Murviu Faith at Oro vilie, California. The child has been named Norman, and is the child of the Faiths. Airs. Faith, daughter of the Collinsohs, will be remembered as Adell Collin son. Twylla Collinson will leave for Oroville, May 27 the day after she graduates from tho Algona high school, to be with her sister, and will remain there in California as u permanent resident. Mr. oud Mr*. Tom Sherman are expecting to have a number of relatives make them a Decoration Day visit next week. Mra. Sherman's brother, Cleve Lantry, who is now the manager of a radio broadcast- Ing station in Spokane, Washington, will drive through from there 1 with bis family, picking up the Charley Smith family at Lummon, South Dakota, and Mrs. Mame Kennedy at Minneapolis. Mra. Smith and Mrs. Kennedy are alao sisters of Mrs. Sherman, all daughters of the late Tom Lantry, former county officer and banker of Algona. Algona Team Loses To Bancroft, 17-5 An Algona baseball team was organized, Monday evening, at a meeting in the Legion hall. Leo Dahlhauser was named manager of the club, and Nanny Brims was named team captain. Sunday games will be scheduled. This coming Sunday the locals play a return game at Bancroft. Algona lost last Sunday to Bancroft, 17 to 5. Playing on the Algona team were Scobba, Gregson, Batt, Cook, Bruns, Hanlgan, Carroll, Guderian and Dahlhauser. Bancroft used Lichliter, Murphy, Walsh, Welp, Bolster, Jenks, Saunders, Hatten and Deitering. Swea City Asks Switch In Fund Swea City: The use of $1,500.00 in funds now on hand for waterworks may be switched to apply on coat of water main extension with the approval of C. R Murtagh, the state comptroller. The original funds were issued to take care of j electric light and water bonds. The | bond fund on hand-is $2.168.00 and | it requires only $667.00 to retire all j outstanding water bonds, thus leaving a balance of $1.501.04. In order to use this fund for water main extension a ruling will have to be made by State Comptroller C. B. Murtagh. Buy* Residence Eric Erickson has purchased the residence property belonging to Mrs. Sarah Wilson of Cedar Falls. The place at present is occupied by the James Tabb family. The Er- icksons expect to move to the new residence about the first of July. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Hatten and son, David Lawrence of Spencer were Sunday guests at the Hatter- acheld home. The Rev. and Mra. Clarence Sharu of Forest City were Friday afternoon visitors at the Rev. Albert Rust home. Miss Henrietta Wermersen left Thursday for Primghar where she will stay for some time at the Howard Cook home. Miss Doris Beers was honored at a birthday party at her home on Monday evening. Twelve of her friends were present. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Applrgate and Arvis, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Olson and Lucille Nail visited relatives in Forest City Sunday. Members of the Auxiliary will sell poppies in Corwith on May 29 for the benefit of disabled veterans and needy families of the veterans, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Graham and sons of Clear Lake visited Sunday at the home of their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dean. Miss Elsie Hunt closed her school year Friday with a picnic for her pupils, their parents and a large number of friends. About 75 attended. Lam on Sanders spent Sunday with relatives in Estherville. Mrs. Sanders, who had been visiting there the past week, returned home with him. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Cook and children of Belmond spent Sunday at the M. B. Peterman home. Burdette Cook remained for a visit with his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Jesse visited a week ago Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Weiland at Hutchins. Mrs. Weiland has been ill for some time. Mrs. George Downing of Mar- shalltown sprnt tlio past week with her mother. Mrs. Katliprino Shipman, and her siMcr and husband. Mr. and Mrs. .Too Kouha. Rev. Albert Ru=:t is spemlins two weeks in Smith I'.ikol.-t. Rev. C. <"!. Wright. Baptist pastor from Fort Dodge is occupying tlie pulpit during the absence of Kcv. Rust. John Oxloy and daughter .spent Sunday at the Art Lackmore home in Forest City. Mrs. Oxley. who had spent several days at the home of her parents, returned home with them. The Men's Brotherhood met on Wednesday evening of last week at the Claude Bog.ard home. The subject of the discussion was "The Two Thieves and the Church of Tomorrow." Miss Greta Chamberlain went toj Minneapolis last week Friday. where she spent the week end with Miss Ingrid Fenger of Askov, Minn. Miss Fenger was a former teacher and principal of the Corwith consolidated school. Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Geibel ami the twins. Carol and Carmine were dinner guests nt the home of their daughter and husband. Mr. and Mrs, Lyle Gourley at Garner on Sunday. Mrs. Gourley spent Monday at the Geibel home. Mrs. Collins Dysnrt nnd daughter, Ruth of Dixon. III., are here making plans to build a new house on the farm tenanted by tho Chas. Ha mm family. They "will make their home with Mrs. Elizabeth Jorgenson during their stay here. Mrs. W. H. Perkins returned home last Wednesday from a visit with her mother and other relatives in North Platte, Neb. Edwin Pick- Ins, who works with the Hollywood Studio of Minneapolis, is making a visit at the home of his parents here. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Johnson attended the funeral of his father, O. T. Johnson at Rockwell City Thursday. Mr. Johnson was killed May 9 in an automobile accident near St. Joe. Mrs. Johnson's mother Is spending a few days,visiting at the Albert Johnson home. The Woman's Home Missionary society of the Corwith Methodist church met Thursday afternoon in the church parlors. The study was the completion of the book. "Racial Understanding." Mrs. Cl^ra Patterson directed a playlet. The program was followecl by a tea. Mrs. Max Mace entertained the Sunshine circle of the Methodist Ladies' Aid on Wednesday afternoon. About 25 attended. Mrs. Joe Giebel. Mrs. John Aitchison nnd Mrs. Clarence Aitchison of Corwith, Mrs. L. 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