The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 24, 1937 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 24, 1937
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The Algona Up'per Pes Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 24,1937 LOCAL^NOTES Atf. and Mfrfc. Ed WlDdns are apendlng the week at Lake Oko- bojt M*. and Mrs. E. R. S«11strom visited Relatives' In Pocahontas Sunday- Bill Wiley of Des Moines was a •week end guest of his mother, Mrs. Edythe Datley. Mr. and Mrs, O. D. Shumway drove to Sutherland, Wednesday to spend the day visiting relatives. Mr. and, Mrs, Peter Kramer of Emrrietsburg were guests, Tuesday evening of Dr. and Mrs. Karl Hoff man. ^ MM. Walter Good and grandson, Jerry, spettt the week end at Spirit Lake with Mr. and Mrs. George Good. Jetry remained for a visit -with his father. Leona Ltchter 1 returned to work Monday at the Pratt Electric after two weeks' vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Walker spent the week end at Clear Lake with the latter's sister, Mrs. Harold Falkenhanier. Mr. and MM. Matt Seller spent Wednesday at Mason City with their daughter, Catherine, a student nurse at Mercy hospital. Matt Larrrath and children, Mary, Billy, and Paul and Marcella Thill left Tuesday for Grey Eagle, Minnesota, and will vacation for two weeks on Birch Lake. • Mr. and Mra. Norman Walker little son, Roy, left Friday for a week end trip to Sioux City. They will visit Mr. Walker's parents, Mr and Mrs. Roy Walker. Mew G-E Models Have Just Arrived .. . in Time for Summer Weather The finest refrigerators •we have ever displayed ate now ready for your selection. Glistening white cabinets beautifully styled—advanced convenience features new operating economies—and priced for thrifty purses. Both Monitor Top and Flatop models — all with the famous seiled-in-iteel THRIFT UNIT that produces more cold taster and for less cost. See the models on display here. Kohlhaas & Spilles Hardware I Youthful Sheers for the Smart Woman's Summer... LIGHT AND DARK GROUNDS 00 Sizes 36 to 14 to 20 Youthfully styled, crisply trimmed and so cool and flattering, modern women insist on sheers for Summer. Tiny collars, neat shin-ings, graceful skirts are smart, slimming features. Mrs, R. D. Schmidts and son, Petr of Storm Lake are visiting this wek with Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McMahon. Mrs. Schmidts was the ormer Marion McMahon. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice McMahon fend daughter^ Nancy spent the week end at Minneapolis visiting the home of the mother of Mrs. McMahon, Mrs. Elizabeth Mangan. Mr*. F. E. Sawyer and children, Phyllis and Junior, (left (today (Thursday) for ten days' vacation at Clear Lake at the Arlle Marshall cottage. The Marshalls are from Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Ogg returned Tuesday from a twfc weeks' vacation in Ozarks. They visited Mrs. Ogg"s sister, Mrs. Charles Coofc at Walnut, Kansas, and also stopped at Cote Fair, Missouri. Mrs. Vie Lowe took her daughter, Joan, to Burt Wednesday morning for a few days' visit with her grandmother, Mrs. Rachel Lowe and her aunt, Mrs. L. L. Sheldon. Jim Bishop and Harlan and Bob Sigsbee returned Tuesday evening from a week's fishing trip at Cass Lake. Jim Is employde at Steele's clothing store, and Harlan is employed by Laing & Muckey. Mrs. Robert McMahon and daughters, Kathleen and Dorothy of Minneapolis are guests of Mrs. Nellie McMahon. They drove to Davenport Monday visited with relatives, and returned to Algona Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Ooeders drove to Clear Lake Tuesday, and will visit until Friday with their daughter, Mrs. Harold Falkenhainer and daughter, Linda. The Falken- hainers have a cottage on Algona Beach. Rev. J. H. Edge performed two marriages at the Methodist church Friday. Kenneth Bell and Beulah Plymesser, both of Spirit Lake, and Cleo Elsenman and Evelyn Foster of Britt were united In marriage by Rev. Edge at tha ttime. Week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Yeoman were the latter's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Allinson and daughter, Joan of Chicago. S. W. Beckwith, father of the women, returned to Chicago with the Allinsons for a visit. Jack Hensen is back at work at he Council Oak where he is meat utter after an enforced vacation of five weeks during which time he ivas recovering from burns on his cet suffered when a pail of hot ,vater was spilled on them. Watson March visited at the home f his mother, Mrs. L. C. Hanson, Monday and Tuesday. Two of his university friends, Barbara Dods- ivorth of Malcolm, Illinois, and Edth Hersh of Cedar Rapids were also guests at the Hanson home, Monday and Tuesday. Dr. C. C. Shlerk drove to Indianapolis, Indiana, last Thursday and Friday and Saturday attended a convention of the Indiana Society of Podiatrists. He attended the Kl- wanta convention from Sunday until Thursday and will return home Friday. Dr. Shlerk also visted with friends and relatives In Kenosha. Mr. and Mrm. John Dntton and family returned Friday from a two weeks' fishing trip to Cass Lake. Matt Lamnth spent Monday in Mason City on a business trip. Myrtle Telleen of Gowrie was a guest of D. Wane Collins Monday ind Tuesday of this week. Marion Rifting of Des Moines spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Rising. Ralph Mledke and Harold Gilmore are spending this week at Little Boy Lake in Minnesota on a fishing trip. Harry Knapp of Mason City spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Aggie F. Knapp at the Mrs. F. A. Corey home. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dale returned last week from Waterloo where they had spent the week end with the latter's b»ther, Martin Jergensen. Norma Payne, youngest daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Payne is visiting at the home of her father's sister, Mrs. Carl Buer at Charles City this week. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Barnard and children are vacation this week visiting his parents in North Dakota, and spending some time at Cass Lake, Minnesota. Dennis and Lloyd Pratt drove to to Cedar Falls Monday on business spent several days with her sister, Mrs. Pratt accompanied them as far as Hampton and visited at the Ross Pratt home there. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Reid Algona are the parents of a baby John Kohlhaaa and Leo Spilles attended a hardware meeting in Fort Dodge Tuesday. On the way home they were among the first to stop at the scene of an accident north of Humboldt. A car had pulled off from the pavement so the occupants could sleep for a few hours and resume driving with the dyallght. A truck came from the rear and struck the parked car as another car went by. An elderly woman had her feet and legs injured somewhat by being caught between the front and rear seats, but the other occupants were not Injured. Paul Hutehuw returned Monday from Fort Missoula, Montana, where he has been on active duty as a Reserve Officer with the Civilian Conservation Corps. Paul is a first lieutenant of Field Artillery. For the past eight months he has been commanding officer of a CCC company located at Troy, Idaho. About six weeks ago he and his company were moved to Swan Lake, Montana, which is adjacent to Glacier National Park. At the present time Paul is on a 27-day leave of absence. He plans on taking a student training course in air conditioning engineering with the Trane Company of LaCrosse. Wisconsin. He left for Wisconsin, Wednesday. P.iul is the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Kutchlns. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Arbogast and son, Clifford and Charles Arbognst of Litchfteld, Minn., came Friday to see Ed and Charles' brother, John Arbogast, a patient in the Coleman hospital *.n Esthervllle, nnd to visit at the home of their sister, Mrs. William Huskamp and fcmlly. On Sunday Mrs. Huskamp entertained at a family dinner In their honor. Guests Included Mr. and Mrs. Charles Earnhardt and Wr. and Mrs. Harley Fredericks of Emmetsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Hans They report fishing excellent While there they had a* their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sheehan and Mra. Sheehan's sister of Cedar Rapids, and Mrs. Henry Lavrenz and three daughters, Amelda, Esther and Elda. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey returned last week Thursday from a ten day vacation trip. They drove through Winona-where they visited relatives, through the iron regions, Duluth, Hibbing and LaCross, Wisconsin, and spent the last part of the vacation at Cass Lake in northern Minnesota. Jlrs. Paul Parkins and Mrs. Raymond Loveall returned to their homes in Brazil, Indiana, after a three weeks' visit with their sister, Mrs. Bert Deal. Mrs. Elizabeth Morlan, mother of Mrs. Deal, and a visitor at the Deal home, left for Idaho today (Thursday) to visit another daughter, Gladys Morlatx Strand for an indefinite period. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Scllstroni are expecting Mrs. Alvln Burgeson of San Diego, California, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Magnusson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Blomquist and Edward Magnusson of Gowrie as their guests, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Burgeson and Mrs. Blomquist are Biters, F. E. Magnusson a brother, and Edward Magnusson the father of Mrs. Sellstrom. Mr. and Mra. C. W. Morck and Buddy returned Tuesday night from a twelve day trip spent in northern I Minnesota. They traveled extensively and went as far north as Lake of the Woods next to the Canadian border. They report fishing as excellent Most outstanding event of their trip was when they were able to take some snapshots of some wild moose that were lying beside the road. Virginia Morck, a daughter, visited during this time with her grandmother, Mrs. Mary Anderson, and her aunts in Minneapolis. She was expected home today (Thursday) girl born at the Kossuth hospital, Monday, June 21. The baby has been named Adris Jane. Mary Jo is the name that has been given to the George Elberts' little daughter, born Saturday at the Kossuth hospital. Mother and daughter are doing nicely. Sir. and Mrs. H. W. Hollandsworth are spending this week at the Lusby cottage at Clear Lake while "Holly" takes his vacation from the Lusby store where he is jeweler. Mrs. M. R. Rentz returned Friday from Chicago where she spent two weeks visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. Rentz lived in Chicago for a year or two after they were married. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Holme* Sr., returned Monday from Evanston, Illinois, where tney had visited since Thursday at the home of the latter's son, Wilfred Resseguie and family. Mrs. Ann Fechner came home on Monday from Omaha where she had Mrs. Wm O. Boger. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pooch drove to Omaha Saturday to bring her back. A. E. Mallory and his daughter, Miss Rhoda, of Clear Lake, spent Tuesday night in Algona visiting friends. Mrs. Mallory, the former Mary Mitchell, has been suffering from illness for some days. While attending the boys' camp at Camp t>ost«r at Lake Okoboji last week, Jo jo Herbst, son of Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Herbst, and Boyd Granzow, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Granzow, won swimming honors for beginners' tests. Rodney Van Ness, who has been attending summer school at Iowa City, had his appendix removed on Monday at the Kossuth hospital. His brother, Rooert, who lives in Cedar Rapids, brought him home TheMan About Town Says Bnago nnd daughters. Lillian and Leona of Ringsted, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Huskamp and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Arbogast and daughter, Yvonne and Gene Htts- kamp, all of Fenton. The Arbo- gasts from Minnesota, returned to their home Monday. Dance Recital Tonight Bernlce Stock's classes of danr- Ing pupils will appear this evening at the high school auditorium, in a semi-miltary review. Some 75 danc- ers, ranging from tniy tots to graceful young ladies, will appear on th» stnge, Miss Stock said. Advance sale tickets are being sold at tha James drug store. Finger Badly Slashed Wesley: Pitsy Cruise, who white assisting her sister. Phyllis at the A. M. Kunz store, had the painful experience Saturday of getting her finger badly slashed by the meat rutting machine at the store. Dr. Adams dressed the finger . . .for Summer Comfort PALM BEACH SUITS to be operated on. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pooch have rented the Chubb Dreesman house and will move after the Fourth. Mr. Dreesman will make his home with them. Lola Dreesman, who teaches in Des Moines, has rented an apartment there and Mr. Dreesman will spend part of the summer with her. Mrs. Henry Larrcnz and her daughters, Elda, Amelda and Esther, returned Sunday from a vacation trip through northern Minnesota, where they fished for a few days at Cass Lake, and spent the rest of the week at Minneapolis visiting relatives. They had very good luck fishing. Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner and John Zimmerman drove to Hampton, Monday morning, where John underwent an operation for hernia, Tuesday, at the Lutheran hospital. The operation was successfully performed by the well-known Dr. Burger. The Braners returned on Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mr». Frank Miller of Kasson, Minn., and Mrs. George Miller of Claremont, Minnesota, returned to their homes Monday after a visit at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Dutton and with their sister, Mrs. W. E. McArthur. They came to attend the Dutton family reunion which was held Saturday and also attended the L. R. Dutton family gathering. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Knapp and son, Clarence, and Mrs. Knapp's sister, Miss Jo Vaughan of Glendale, California, Tuesday and are visiting Harold's mother, Mrs. Aggie F. Knapp, at the Mrs. F. A. Corey home. They expect to leave today for their former home in Mason City and will visit Mrs. Knapp's relatives in Spillville, returning to Algona later for a longer visit. Harold was president of the California Letter carriers' organization last year. Miss Vaughan will go on to Chicago where she expects to take a position. Cleve Barton stood under his cherry trees bemoaning the fate there was no protection from the birds thieving the berries. An almos' sure prevention Is the covering o: the tree with mosquito bar or cheese cloth. Tabby purchased at no little expense, cheese cloth a year or so ago for the raspberry bushes, but the first night out it disappeared. Some bird or birds ran away with it. * * * Little sacks and big sacks of the paper variety are being collected by Roy Roeder. He saves string from the short pieces broken off packages in the tying to the longest length.. It is for no reason other than a hobby. Small Jerome Nielsen, who handles all comers In his class on the high school wrestling mat, Is afraid of the big outside world. A new pnir of pants with a zipper on the side pocket protects the loose change. As the zipper Is closed a mite of a padlock cinches the safety of the pocket and cannot be opened without the proper key. A detective for the Northwestern railway scoured the grounds about the Algnoa depot and found a spot In the weeds where a cover held a hidden secret. Carefully he pulled back the top and came face to face with feet and a pair of shoes. Thoughts of gruesome foul play and the uncovering of a mystery brought a run for aid. Hugh Post rallied to the scene but Henry Douglas could not stand the sight and left as stockings and legs were uncovered. There laid the most beautiful pair of legs the detective had ever seen. They belonged to a man panhandling the street that day with stubs at the crotch. Artificial. • * Evan Flnneil had a taste of the money getting side of life as he gave out red tags Saturday for clerks and store owners to wear in advertising the Junior Chamber of Comerce Tag day. Hardly a tag was offered without the words ask- Palm Beach Suits are famous for their crisp, cool smart' ness, easy washability, shape retaining qualities and down right economy, You're sure to get a perfect fit here in the color and the model you like/Whites, grays, browns, blues, oxfords—stripes plaids— *M ALWAYS COOL. ,_ AT ALL TIMES 21c Thurs.-Fri.-Sat, June 24-25-26 SECOND FEATURE Last Chapter Serial "Jung!* «ta* Sun.-Mon., June 27-28 Second Feature "THB GREAT ed, "How much does this cost?" or a remark," I haven't any money today." Even before Ev had an opportunity to say the tags were free Harry Hull thought the banking business a pretty stiff game in men tal und physical exertion. Now, in the cafe line, Harry finds it a trlv ial matter in losing excess weight Twenty-five pounds in a few weeks is the toll, and still going. * * « The city council adjourned Its meeting Tuesday night with th idea, "Business could go to rot." t few minutes to nine o'clock found the members scurrying to their fa, vorlte spots to hear the broadcaa of the big fight. * * * Don't mention turtle soup to Te Larson. With stories of varlou meats including chicken, steak quail, etc., contained in the snapper Ted caught one and hungered him self for the great feast Ask him for the results. Not even the sou was good which required more than a day to cook. It must have been an aged one for carver Ted spen a full day in preparing the tougt morsel. Marshal Frank Green came nea meeting with calamity as he wa seen out of town all dressed up i plain clothes. A fellow who recog nized him with visions of gettin even, accosted him, but Frank un covered a concealed badge and wa left unmolested. Mrs. Dana Dodge Jr., Killed In Acciden Word wus received here rccentl by Mrs. D. P. Smith telling of th death of Mra. Dana Dodge, Jr., o Fallen, Nevada. She was killed I an automobile accident. She an Dana, Jr., hail been married abou two years. Her huabaud'a mothei Mrs. Dana Dodge, Sr., and grand motlier, Mra. Emily C. Dodge of Fal Ion, visited in Algona this white at the Smith home and with othe Algona relatives and friends. Wedding Dinner At Blanchard Home Lone Rock: A wedding dinner waa held Sunday for Mr. and Mra. Howard Blanchard at the Edward Blanchard home, IrvingUw. Those from here attending were: the Lawrence Newbroughs, the Fred Fred Genricbes, Mr. and Mra. Alex Krueger, Mr. and Mra. M. E. Blanchard, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zun- kle, and Mrs. Roy Zunkle. 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