The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 27, 1937 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 27,1937 Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klamp vis- •ited Mason City relatives, Sunday. Mrs. E. W. Lusby spent Thurs, day at Clear Lake getting her cottage ready for the summer. Mrs. George Conkltn has been confined to her bed with heart trouble during the past week. Allan Buchanan of Albert Lea . spent the week end visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Buchanan. John Ferguson, student at Iowa 'College, spent the week end visiting his mother, Mrs. W. K. Fergu- . son. Ray Kresensky, Des Moines poet, •will be a guest over Memorial Day with his mother, Mrs. J. C. Kre- . sensky. Mrs. Alice Sabln of Kansas City .arrived Friday for an Indefinite -visit with her friend, Mrs. Anton Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey, Russell Pickett and Virginia Morck were in Des Moines on a, business and pleasure trip, Tuesday. Dr. and Mrs. 8. W. Meyer and son visited the former's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Meyer at LuVerne, Ttf&day evening. Astrtd Afiderson of Minneapolis !s a guest this week of Mr. and Mrs. Arne Horitford. Mlaa Anderson Is a sister of Mrs. Horsford. ' Georglann Gelgel, student at Biiena Vista college at Storm Lake, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Geigel during the week end. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Peyton and daughter, Jacqueline, of Atlantic, Iowa, will visit Sunday with Helen Jacobson. Helen Is employed at Hotel Algona. Mr. and Mrs. C. J.' Slgbce and children, Ruth Ann and Bobble, will move Into their home here next week from Fort Dodge, where they are now living. Ted Chrlschllles, son of Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Chrlschllles, will be employed at Dutch's Super Service during the summer. Ted will be a senior in the Algona high school next fall. Dr. and Mrs. L. C. O'Toole of Le- Mars visited Dr. and Mrs. Karl Hoffman this week Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. O'Toole Is a sister of Dr. Hoffman. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Kohl, Virginia, Mable and Lola Kohl and Ruth McKee were dinner guests Sunday evening of Mr. and Mrs. George Kohl, of Union township. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Hutchison, and Mr. and Mrs. Gail Pettlt were on a business trip from Sunday until Wednesday which took them to Des Moines and Clinton. Mrs. Bernard Yoeman and son, Davle, Margaret Brown, and Valeria Pickett were guests at the home of Mrs. Henry Pederson at Humboldt Tuesday evening. Kftthryn Misbach will spend the summer with her brothers, Leighton and Lawrence. She teaches home economics at the Emmetsburg high school. Kathryn will arrive Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice McMahon will drive to Mason City Sunday morning to meet Mrs. McMahon's brother, John Mangan of Minneapolis. John will visit them Sunday and Monday. Mrs. Mabel Sorensen and daughter, Jeanette, will return Tuesday from Hutchinson, Kansas, where they have been visiting for two weeks with Mrs. Sorensen's relatives and friends. Dr. and Mrs. Karl Hoffman and daughter, Joan, drove to LeMars Wednesday afternoon and will return today (Thursday) after visiting Dr. Hoffman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dana N. Hoffman. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Raney and daughter, Meredith, attended the Field Day of the Horticultural society of the Iowa State College at Ames, Tuesday. This was an immense flower demonstration. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bradfleld of Austin, Minnesota, will spend the week end visiting Mrs. Julia Benson, mother of the latter. Mr. Bradfietd Is employed by the Botsford Lumber Company at Austin. WASH SUITS Laundered by Us arc Spotlessly Clean — Professionally Pressed— Form-Fitting— Our Service PJeases the moat Particular KIRSCH LAUNDRY and DRY CLEANERS Phone 267 Algona, Iowa Delicious Swiss Steak 20c Boneless Beef Roast 20c Boneless Veal Roast 22c Sandwich Steaks 5c each Butter 2 Ibs. 65c Assorted Cold Meats Crisco 3 Ib. tin 57c SALAD DRESSING 33c JAR qt. Canning PINEAPPLES *" C each STRAWBERRIES quart ORANGES 29c 2 doz. NEW SPUDS California Whites ?Qr ^^10 Ibs. 43c pk. SOFTASILK 4 oz. pkg. BLUE "a" COFFEE 23c Ib.. Baldwin Food Market Your IGA Grocery Phone 355 Free Delivery STORES Hal Cooper of Ames visited at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Cooper, Monday. Mrs. Eva Detm and son, John, visited in Swea City, Sunday with her father-in-law, John Deim. Bernice Norton is spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. D. Lohr at Gary, South Dakota. Mrs. Lohr Is Bernlce's cousin. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Rosewall and family of Slue Earth will be week end guests of the former's mother, Mrs. Marie Rosewall. Mr. and Mm. Donald Nugent expect to visit Mrs. Nugent's mother, Mrs. Cora J. Todd, at Manchester, Iowa, Memorial Day and Monday. Mrs. L. O. Baker, Mrs. Jim Pool, Mrs. H. M. Potter and Mrs. K. D. James drove to Des Moines, Wednesday, for a business and pleasure trip. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Falkner of Lake Preston, South Dakota, were guests of E. P. Keith from Sunday until Tuesday. They are distant relatives. Margaret Nelson arrived home, Tuesday evening, from St. Mary's College at Cherokee, to spend her summer vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Nelson. Mrs. Winifred Oillen and daughter, Sheila, will leave for Chicago, Saturday. They will spend the summer in Chicago, New York City and on the west coast in California. Mrs. A. D. Bradley returned on Thursday from Correctionville, where she had spent the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Chitty, and will occupy her home here this summer. Mr. and Mrs. Don. James and little son, Charles Ronald, of Concord, California, came Wednesday for a ten day visit at the home of Mrs. James' parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. William Pestonlk and daughters, Norma, Joyce Marie and Nanette will move from their home in Algona to Boone Tuesday where they will make their permanent home. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hal lard of Madison, Wisconsin, former Algona residents, Mr. and Mrs. Vic Lowe, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray McCorkle will be week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. King at Clear Lake. Mrs. F. E. Safford left Tuesday for Chicago to visit until Sunday with her parents. The Saffords have the H. W. Miller apartment, and Mr. Safford is connected with the Algona Rendering Works. The Rev. George C. Vance took Mrs. Vance and the children, Gary and Charlotte to Omaha, Friday, where they took the train to Smith Center, Kansas, the former Vance home, to be gone six weeks or two months. John G. McDowell, principal of the local high school, will leave for Iowa City with his family June 1. He will attend summer school to continue studies for a master's degree which he expects to receive this year. EUls Benedict of Huntington Park, California, will arrive Memorial Day for a visit with Bob Post. Bob and raili were classmatai at Whlttler, California, whera they were students in the University of California. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Kelley wild drive to Omaha Wednesday and bring their son, Omar, home with them. Omar has been a student at Creighton University during the past year and has been prominent in athletics. Mrs. Lee Rhdnhardt and two children of Sharon Springs, Kunsus, arrived Tuesday evening to pay a visit to the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Behlmer. Mrs. Rheinhardt will be remembered as Margaret Behlmer. H. R. Cowuii returned from Minneapolis, Saturday, where he had been since Thursday to sec his sister, Maude Cowan who had been il), and to take his niece, Betty Norton, buck to her home. Betty had been a guest at the Cowan home for ten days. The James L, Holmes family of St. Paul expect to move to Algona about July I or as soon as they can find a suitable home. Mr. Holmes is a i-ailway mail clerk and has been working out of Algona since April 1, when he came here to succeed the late Sever Christensen. Mrs. C. F. Specht returned today (Thursday) from Springville, where she has been visiting her daughters, Mrs. A. C. Hcorneman and Mrs. Fred Kutzli since Monday The former daughter and her husband, who is superintendent of schools in Springville, brought Mrs Specht home. Meiiar Falkenhalner and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Murtagh drove to Kansas City early iast week to attend a meeting of the Druggist Mutual Insurance Company field men From Kansas City they expected to go to Denver on insurance business. They are expected home Thursday or Friday of this week. Mrs. Lee Wolfe of Tftonka, was an Algona visitor Saturday afternoon. Mr. Wolfe, she said, was to leave this week for the scenes of his boyhood at Clarksburg, West Virginia, where he expected to spend a week or so. In the meantime Mrs. Wolfe remains at home in charge of the Topic. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Mutliii* of Anaheim, California, have arrived and will spend the summer in this locality. Mrs. Muthis was for many years a resident of Algona, us the wife of the late Dr. Stull, and has many old friends here. At present the Matins' are visiting her son, Dr. Claude Stull at Corwith. June Adele, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Overmytr, will be brought home in an ambulance some time this week from Des Moines where she has been in the Lutheran hospital since last winter with broken pelvic boii«s received in an automobile accident. She has been reelected teacher in her school in Oskaloosa with a fine increase nl salary. Art Sotith and daughter, Barbara, and son, Jim of Lewis, Iowa visited at the D. P. Smith and H. R. Cowan homes, Monday night Art Smith is a brother of D. P. Smith and Mrs. Cpwan and formerly lived in Algona. Barbara, who baa been teaching school for the past two years, went on to Chicago to enter the Gregg business institute, and Jim ia here working for H. R. Cowan ft Son. The Sorensen Grocery has been newly painted and decorated during the past week. Mrs. Day Potter of Storm Lake brought her mother, Mrs. C. E. Heise and Mr. Potter's mother, Mrs. L. E. Potter home, Sunday, after a week In Storm Lake, where they had gone to attend the graduation exercises of their granddaughter, Patricia. Evelyn Kuckenbecker, who has taught the past year in Plover, Is visiting her sister, Mrs. H. W. Miller. Today (Thursday) her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Kuckenbecker of Owatonna, Minnesota, will arrive to take her home for summer vacation. Mrs. Mary Laing returned from Grand Island, Nebraska, where she had been called by the serious illness of a brother-in-law who was much Improved when she left. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith met her at Fort Dodge, Sunday evening, and brought her home. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Long will drive to Des Moines, Sunday evening to meet their daughter, Mrs. Robert L. Middlekouff and baby son, Charles, San Francisco, California, and bring them home for a month's visit. Mrs. Middiekouff was formerly Arba Dee Long. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Llndstrom, LaSalle, 111., are the parents of a daughter born Sunday at the Kossuth hospital. They named the baby Diane. They have one other child, a five year old son. Franklin. Mrs. Lindstrom Is a daughter of Floyd Pierce, proprietor of Pierce's Cafe. Mr. and Mrs. Emrst Schuenke and little son came Saturday and are at present visiting at the home of Mrs. Schuenke's sisters, Mrs. Mike Loss, Jr. The Schuenkes moved to Alhambra, California, last fall from Storm Lake, but have returned to Iowa to stay. Mr. Schuenke was a conservation officer at Storm Lake. Mrs. Schuenke will be remembered as Ann Steussy, daughter of Mrs. Freda Steussy of Algona. June 4. There are eleven boys in the family and one daughter. Grace Berg of Swea City began work Wednesday as stenographer and clerk at the Gamble store. Tom Brtins, who graduates from high school this year, began work the first of the week at the Hoenk Motor Service. Mrs. Walter Huttrtn of Dea Moines visited from Saturday until Tuesday at the home of her sister, Mrs. R. S. Blossom. Robert G. Moore of Dunlap visited Thursday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Moore. Mr. Moore is state representative from Harrison county. Matt Osterbauer is seriously ill at his home, and Is under the care of a nurse. His two sons. L. M. of Ottawa and Ed of Rockford, Illinois, spent the week end here with him. His daughter, Mrs. Wm. O. Boger, came Monday from Omaha to help her sister, Mrs. Ann Fechner, take care of their father. Frances Larson will return today (Thursday^ to Chicago, where she Is a student nurse in the Norwegian-American hospital. She has been enjoying a two weeks' vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Larson. Mrs. James Fenimore of Burlington, another daughter of the Larsons was a guest here last week. Sir. and Mrs. M. J. Duffy and daughters, Ruth Ann. Rosemary, and Catherine, and the former's mother, Mrs. Martin ; Duffy of Whittemore. and sister, Beatrice Duffy of New York City visited during the week end at Ryan, Iowa, wuh another sister of Mr. Duffy, Sister Mary Geraidine, a nun. who teaches there in the convent. M. F. Amfahr, Fuller brush man, Is leaving Saturday to be gone on a ten day trip to Hartford, Connecticut. He has been picked by the Fuller Brush Company as one of the field managers given a trip through the factory. He was awarded this trip because of personal and sectional sales. Mrs. Amfahr and the children will visit friends at Jessup and Independence during this time. Mr. and Mr*. Claire Mooro nnd daughter and the latter's husbnnd and Tittle daughter of Montpelior, Idaho and Claire's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Wood Moore of Salem. Oregon, rnme Wednesday for a two weeks' visit at the home of the men's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Moore. Mrs. Wood Moore will be remembered here as Stella Sweitzer. The Moore family plans to have a family gathering here June 4. There are elnvb oysA owwwx>ow&>x»m«w^^ Swea Home Sold Swea City: Mr. ami Mrs. Harry Bcrggren recently returned from n three months trip, when they spent the winter in Los Angeles and San Diego, California. Immediately upon their return they sold their home to Mrs. Margaret Looft of Ledyard, mother of Fred Looft. who lives here. 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