The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 27, 1937 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 27,1937 WOMAN'S HAND GASHED BY AXE ATWHITTEMORE Three Clamps Necessary To Close Wound After Mishap Whittemore:. Mrs. M. C. Bonn- atetter had the misfortune to cut her hand with an ax one day last week. It was a bad cut for It was necessary to have Dr. McCreery put clamps on to close the wound. Goes Under Knife Francis Hurley submitted to a minor operation at the McCreery hospital last Saturday. She will leave for her home In Elkader the latter part of this week. Wins Essay Contest Mrs. Nona Butler received word * r ° m h «r «on. Guy, last week In Salem, Washington, that his daughter-Ruth, took first place In a con- test In which all schools in the stat of Washington took part. The sub ject of her essay was "Home Life. Hart Man Recovering Dr. McCreery received a lette Monday from Dr. O. Donohue stat Ing that Alvln Bangert, the Jep son truck driver who had an accl dent week before last and was quite badly Injured, is now a patient In the St. Joseph's hospital in Sioux City, and Is getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Elbert wen in Fort Dodge last week Thursday Earl Connors of West Bend was visiting friends in Whittemore Sun day. Paul Urlch spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Mary Urich in Garner. Peter Schumacher attended an oil meeting in Algona Monday of last week. Bud Bartlett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bartlett, Is reported on the sick list Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roth of Algona were here Sunday visiting with relatives. Mr. and Mra. Jas. Dugan of Algona visited with the Jim Kelso family Sunday. Harold Knecht attended an oil meeting in Emmetsburg last week Thursday evening. REAL ESTATE Sales Management OWNERS—-List with me your Town Properties, Building Lots and Farms for sale. I will rent and manage your farms and town properties with my best efforts and benefit of experience. BUYERS AND INVESTORS—Inquire regarding properties I now have listed for sale. i Joel M. Herbst Office Over Iowa State Bank Phone 93 Have the Family Fitted in Brown bilt and Buster Brown Shoes For the Entire Summer Season For business, sport, or dress. WHITE is the shoe for summer. True brown bllt quality shoes for sport and dress wear will he found here in a profusion of styles. 2.45 to 3.30 Perky whites that add a touch of foot-flattery to your summer wardrobe, in new and exciting patterns. 4.40 to 6.00 More and more men are swinging to white for summer because it looks cooler, and is cooler. $3.50 Buster Brown Shoes These Buster Browns of elk and calf are built to stand the wear and "gaff". And keep feet healthy as they grow ... Support thp arch, protect the toes. 1.50 to 3-50 BROWNELL Shoe Company SHOES - HOSIERY News Items of Wesley Vicinity Mr. and Mrs. Guy Dlmond took their youngest daughter, Carolyn, to Rochester, Minn., Monday morn- Ing for examination and treatments. Mr. and Mrs. George Welg and Mr. and Mrs. George Hanig and their two children drove to Ackley Sunday to spend the day visiting: with relatives. Banns for the approaching marriage of Miss Helen Clnk to Louis Wingert were made public at the St Joseph's Catholic church for the first time Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bauer and family drove to Good Thunder, Minn.,. Sunday where they werte Sunday guests at the home of his brother, Calix Bauer and family. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Latham of LeMars, Iowa, Is expected in Wesley 'Over the Decoration week end to visit her brother Ben J. Hopkins and her niece, Mrs. I. A. Gerdes and family. Mrs. Frank Wellik spent several days the fore part of the week at the Mrs. Anton Malecek home assisting with arrangements for the wedding of Miss Emma Malecek to Steven Buresh. The baby boy, weight eight and a half pounds born Thursday morn- Ing to Mr. and Mrs. Milton Gldd- ings, has been given the name of Marvin William. There Is one other child, Wayne. Miss Irma Ward returned to her parental home Friday night from Rudd, where she has completed another year of successful teaching. Miss Ward is expecting to return to ftudd next September. Tom McMahon Funeral Home of Wesley was in charge of the Hernan Kutschara funeral held at St Benedict Wednesday morning of his week. Mr. Kutschara died on Sunday afternoon at his home near St Benedict Mrs. Mae Harris and two daugh- ters, Mary and Mrs. Homer Anderson and her little girl, Joyce Ann spent Saturday at Wesley visiting their daughter and sister, Mrs. Milton Giddings and the new arriva In the Giddings home. Members of the Thursday afternoon bridge club held a one o'clock luncheon this week Tuesday In the Blue Room of the Algona Hotel Following the luncheon bridge was. played at three tables with numerous prizes being awarded. Miss Mary Katharine Jennings enjoyed a visit from her parents Mr. and Mrs. Jennings and her twc brothers, Clark and Grant all of Cedar Rapids from Friday night until Sunday afternoon. Miss Jennings is the Latin teacher In the lo cal high school. Jack Jennett, employed at the Mrs. Silas Skow farm, spent from Wednesday until Friday at Colo visiting relatives and went especially to attend the wedding; of one of his nieces at the Colo church on Thursday morning. He went In company with his sister-in-law, Mr* Katie Jennett at Sexton. Miss Myrna Burrell who has just completed another year of teaching In the Lakevlew schools, arrived In Wesley Friday for a week's vis- It with her sister, Mrs. A. M. Lease. The latter part of this week Miss Burrell, Mrs. Lease and her son, Burrell, plan to leave for Urbana where they will visit at the Burrell parental home. A large crowd of interested parents and friends attended the baccalaureate services held at the Klelnpeter hall Sunday night Miss Jennings played the recessional followed by Invocation by Rev. A. Bottom. Miss Alvlna Johnson sang "The Holy City" as a solo, followed by the sermon by Rev. Bottom. The senior class members and the school faculty were escorted to their reserved seats by two members of the junior class. Bernadlne Keene of West Bend Islted with her parents, Mr. and drs. John Keene Sunday. Kate Haag, who Is operating a cafe In Joneaville, Minn., visited with relatives here Sunday. Lawrence Wlnkel, county attorney of Algona, was a business call- r In Whittemore Friday night. Serenlua Elbert visited In Fort >odge Sunday with his sisters, Mrs. ?. J. McCordle and Elizabeth. Hlldred Elbert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gregg Elbert of Mason City, spent the week end at home. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Carmody of Emmetsburg were visiting with relatives and friends here Sunday. Roaella Neu, who Is employed In Smmetsburg, spent Sunday visiting ler parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter feu. Mrs. Herman Kollaach returned o her home Sunday from the Creery hospital following a minor operation. Mr. and Mrs. Tim O'Brien of ipencer and daughters, Joyce and Ann, spent the week end with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Ray L. Burdln* and daugherr, Betty, of Montesuma, spent the week end at the John S. Cullen home. Samuel Nass and sister, Pauline if Esthervllle, were here last week Thursday evening to attend commencement exercises. Mrs. Joe McGovern and son, Jlckey and Mrs. Jim McGovern vis- ted with relatives in Emmetsburg ast week Thursday. Mrs. Peter Foxsen and son, ..ester, and Mrs. Margaret Elbert pent Sunday with Mrs. Mae Buter in Arnolds Park. Francis Bestenlehner, Helen Higey and Annabelle Semon were in dason City last week Thursday /{siting with relatives. Gertrude Farrell, R. N., of Mln leapolts came home to spend a few lays recently with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Farrell. Will and Warren Peck of Corwlth and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bode of rvlngton and sons visited with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Eisele Sunday. Simon Weber, Sr. ( returned from ralrle du Chlen. WIs., Friday, where he had taken mud baths for his rheumatism for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Tjeran Keren of Corwlth spent Sunday visiting at the Herman Vaudt home. Mrs. Neren and Mrs. Vaudt are sisters. Pauline Kinnetz of Emmetsburg and daughters, Irene and Josephine spent the week end at the home of the former's father, Fred Gronbach. Mrs. Will Higgins, Mrs. Joe Schmitt and Mrs. E. E. Pierce visited Friday afternoon with Mrs. Jim Weir, who lives north of Fenton. Mrs. Margaret Elbert accompanied Mrs. Peter Foxsen and Irene Alig to Wesley Friday to visit with the Leo Waldschmidts and the Dee Ostwalds. Mr. and Mrs. John Weir of Clear Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Trev- Is of Sioux City spent Sunday visiting with friends and relatives in Whittemore. Rolanda Knecht was in Algona visiting her sister Saturday. Beatrice returned home with her to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Knecht, Sunday. Mrs. Mary Dullard of West Union and daughter, Mary Thomasine arrived in Whittemore Sunday to visit at the home of Mrs. Mary Erue for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Farrell and daughter, Gertrude, drove to Cherokee Sunday and spent the day with Bernice Farrell, who is a student at Sti Mary's college. Mildred Lindatrom left for her home last week Friday after the school closed in Albert City and Gladys Blair to Geddes, South Dakota and Frances Hurley to Elkader and Nettie Sammm to Emmetsburg. Joe Eisele and son, Frank, drove to Rochester last week Thursday, where Mr. Eisele consulted with doctors ill regard to his health. He went through the Mayo clinic while there. They returned home again Friday. Dorothy Loebach and Lenore Elbert of De» Moines spent the week end at their respective homes of Mr. and Mra. Joe Loebach and Mr, and Mra. Gregg Elbert The girls are taking nurses' training in Dei Motaes. Mr. and Mra. Maurice Duffy and family of Algona, Beatrice Duffy, Manhattan, New York, and Mrs. Martin Duffy, Sr., spent the week end at Ryan visiting Sister Mary Geraldlne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Duffy. Mr. and Mrs. Will Longstreet of Decorah spent Saturday and Sunday visiting with Mrs. Longstreet's mother, Mrs. Fred Lehman. They also visited at the homes of the latter's sisters In Burt, Mrs. Peter Kollasch and Mrs. Julius Baas. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fundlnger and Mr. and Mrs. Roland Fain of Boonville visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Will Vaudt and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Vaudt. They spent Sunday afternoon fishing but Bill was there on Saturday and had caught them all. DOAN NEWS Aid meets with Mra. Bessla Busse June 8rd, with Mrs. Pearl Asa at* ' Schools which closed Friday and had picnics were.-' District No. 4, Wesley township, Mrs. Harry Felter, teacher, with a picnic Sunday at the Call State Park; June Dlmond and Anna Flom had a joint picnic Friday at the Call State Park; Ida Sachau, District No. 9. Buffalo township had a picnic Friday on the school grounds; .Miss Crulk- shank, Buffalo Twp."V«trlct No. 8, held a picnic at Crystal Lake, Sunday; Mrs. Howard Andrewn, Doan, held a picnic Sunday at the Call State Park. TheMan About Town Soy* One of the gentlemen who went forward with a lucky card to share In the last big award at the State theatre received his $26 check or thereabouts, looked at his watch and the first words to come from the astonlshe'd one were, "Gosh, and the liquor store is closed." • • • According to Time magazine the government has halted contests like that just completed by a cigar manufacturer, that Is, the sending of letters and literature through the mails. Now, after four months of receiving carloads of stamped envelopes to help out an ever running behind postal department the transportation becomes illegal with the close of the contest, not at the beginning. • * * Clarence Jones wield* a hot weld- Ing torch at the Heard blacksmith shop. For years, day and night, he did the same at the Norton Machine shop. Few minor burns and accidents occurred at that time. But the other day when doing a ladles job of mixing paste for paper hang- Ing Jonesy was the recipient of a scorched and painful scalding which laid him up for the present. • • • Oftentimes one sees and hears an airplane flying low over the east part of the residential district. The pilot is a brother of Mrs. Luke Linnan who carries mall between the Twin Cities and southern points and takes this way of greeting his sister. • * • My. my! South of town four miles, Sunday morning, at four- thirty, early motorists or those stay- Ing out late, saw two local married women trudging wearily homeward. • * • A Rood crowd wan out for the Country Club dance Monday evening. When the dance was over and the cars started for home there was no recognition of the stop sign where the private driveway meets the arterial highway and paved road No. 18. The cars literally poured onto the pavement without stopping and passing motorists were farced to do the stopping. • • • On the window of the I. G. A. grocery store one of the Baldwin toys has drawn a picture of a roost- sr for advertising attractions. Although the picture could be taken for that of a fowl It Is a bit out of proportion and of an off-breed nature. Suggest Frank take In the show at Swift's and jot down a few pointers. • • • Leo DahlhauMr made an agreement and Soup Brlggs did the work whereby George Llchter has a shave. A peculiar shave with a week or so of grown beard remain Ing on one side of the face while the other la clean shaven, the dividing point is straight down from the nose to the neck. HrtTlit. Benedict baseball boys have new suits which were of a high cost. Some of the spectators and loyal backers agree that the suits are not of the best quality, and lacking In results. Their opinion is the suits tote no base hits. • • • C. C. Scharlach visited at Corwlth Saturday and came home wearing a poppy. Informed of being a week enrly he plans to buy another when the girls roam the streets this Saturday. • • • There was a time when a fellow became n little tipsy and got into his car he was either hurried off to jnil or a friend was found to take care of him, the decision coming on who he was or what position he held. Not so now, the present police force needs commending: for the way they handle the increasing situation. Oftentimes the force has its pockets laden with car keys taken away from those who have Imbibed too much. They are the sole judge as to when the keys are returned to the driver. Many a man has come back sober and thanked them, and there Is no distinction as to class, a hated idetv to mention. When the government Roes into the business of selling; liquors that get a man drunk it should hire men to take care of them. Trio of Women Observe Birthdays At Ottosen Party Ottosen: A few relatives and friends gathered at the home of W. H. Wehrspann Sunday evening to help Mrs. W. H. Wehrspann, Mrs. Otto Wehrspann and Luella Hinz celebrate their birthdays. Those who attended were: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hlnz and family of LuVerne, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zln- nell, Mrs. Goldner, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wehrspann and son, Allan, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wehrspnnn, Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Halsrud and family, Mrs. Engerberson and sons, Virginia Thomas of Fort Dodge, Gladys and Melvln Bratland, Verna Holt and Lester Wehrspann. We Will Be CLOSED AH Day Monday, May 31st MORRISON'S BEAUTY SHOP BASEBALL Memorial Day, Monday, May 31 ALGONA BASEBALL PARK Game Called at 2:30 P. M. ALGONA BOOSTERS vs. LOTTS CREEK Adm. Men 35c; Ladies and Children Free. Be Out in Front Buy Swift's Baby Chicks For Healthy Chicks Order Swift's Baby Chicks today. We also carry a full line of Poultry Feeds. 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