The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 5, 1937 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 5, 1937
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The Algona Uppet Pea Molnee, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 0,1937 HONOR VISITOR FROM NORWAY Fenton Families Honor Visitor With Program In City Park Fenton: A picnic dinner and program was held in the Fenton City Park Sunday in honor of Ole Jens- void of Stavanger, Norway, who is •pending three months here visiting relatives. After the dinner the following program was given: Talks I* the Rev. Martin Hall of Kenyon, Minn.; Ole Jensvold of Norway and the Rev. A. K. Gaard of Cylinder; a song by Mrs. Art Mansager and Mrs. T. Mansager; songs and playing their own guitar accompaniment by Anna Marie Mitchell and Bertha Solnerg. The following from a distance attended, Rev. and Mrs. Martin Hall of Kenyon, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Peterson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Holland and family and three Holland brothers all of Slayton, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. George Nofby and daughter of Odin, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Mike Enockson of Armstrong; Mr. and Mrs. Chester Skwar and family of Primghar; Bwen Jensvold and daughter ot Swea City; Atlanta Holland of Stoyton, Minn.; Rev. and Mrs. A K. Gaard, Mrs. T. Mansager, Ben Mellng, John Mellng and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Berkeland and family Mr. and Mrs. John Cody and family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mansager and family, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Mellng and family and Mr. am Mrs. Thor Hagen and family, all of Cylinder. Many others came for the afternoon program. Ice cream and cake was served by Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell at their home here after the program. Mrs. Mitchell is a cousin of Ole Jensvold. Overcome by Heat Joe Madden, farmer north of town, suffered a heat stroke Friday while threshing at the Henry Looft farm. He is under the care of a physician. Install New Officers The Legion Auxiliary met Friday with Mrs. John Kramer. Installation of officers was held with Mrs. R. L. Padgett elected president and Mr*. Vfc V. Lmage aa Vice president; Mrs. W. It Wrtf* **• re- efected secretary and treasurer. Alice Sfcwar of"VrHnghar is visiting her aunt, Mrt. Albert Mitchell in Fenton. Mrs. Fred Brown entertained the Missionary study club at her home last week Monday evening. Leah TouUy of Cedar Rapids visited from Friday to Sunday with her friend, Virginia Frank. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schweppe and daughters, Elvlna and Ruth, spent Sunday at Lake Okobojl. Jack Stevens of Boone spent Saturday »nd Sunday here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Stevens. Lavonne Madden left Sunday night via bus from Armstrong for a visit with relatives in Trinidad, Colorado. Ruth Weisbrod spent from Saturday to Monday with her sister, Mrs. Joe McGovern and family near Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. John Menz and Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall and daughters were callers at the Ed Weisbrod home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Haase of Donnelson visited from Thursday to Monday with Mr. Haase's brother, Harvey and family. Mathilda Ruhnke who is attending summer school at Cedar Falls, spent the week end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ruhnke. Mr. and Mrs. William Pompe and daughter, Arlene of Hampton visited at the Maurice Wallace home Sunday and with other relatives. Ben Mitchell, 69, took seriously ill last week and was taken to the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge where he underwent an operation. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schlei, Zelda Schoenwetter and Ethel Weisbrod visited in Klemme Sunday with Zelda's parents and with other ret atlves. Mr. and Mrs. William Brauer of Mansonj. were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tie man. Mr. Brauer s a nephew of Mr. Tieman. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crouch and family drove to Sioux City Sunday to take Earl's brother, Chart*, who will leave from there with his wife for California. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dreyer and daughters. Ruth and Alvina and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dau and Lorena Dreyer were guests at the John Ruhnke home Sunday. Banm For Frank Reding, Mi** Noonan W«r* Read Sunday St Joe: Banns of marriage were published Sunday In St. Joseph's church for Frank Reding, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Reding and El'.tabeth Noonan, daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Charles Noonan. Louis Fuhrman of near Algona was a caller In this vicinity Friday. Stella Mae Reding spent Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Reding In Algona. Cletus Reding from Whfttemore Is working for John B. Reding during threshing. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sauer and son, Carl, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Jim Reding of Algona to Milford and Lake Okoboji last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thilman and Maxine Schumacher from Des Moines returned to their home on Monday morning after a short visit here with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thilman and Mnxine Schumacher of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schumacher and children from Emmetsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding and family from Whittemore, Mrs. Lucy Wagner and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wagner and daughter were Sunday evening supper guests at the John B. Reding home. Big Time Baseball ALGONA GRAYS Margaret and Joan, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Landsteiner of Fairmont are spending two weeks with their aunt, Mrs. Ernest Votteler at Falrville. Mr. and Mrs. John Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Laage and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Wallace were entertained at the O. J. Ranney home last week Monday evening. Marian Hengel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hengel of Fairville, visited last week with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schattschnelder, Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hayenga, Mrs. Art Earnhardt of Burt and Charles Hayenga of Gait, California, who is visiting relatives here drove to Cherokee Tuesday to visit Rudolph Hayenga. Mrs. Ernest Haack was brought home Friday from the Coleman hospital, Estherville, and is very low at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rosselsen. She Is a sister-in-law of Mrs. Rosselsen. Mrs. Charles Rosewall of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rosewall of Baton Rouge, Louslana, and Mrs. A. L. Councill of Syracuse, New York, visited at the W. J. Weisbrod home Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newel and son, Lyle and daughter, Lavonne, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Finnestad and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Frank and daughters had a picnic at the Call State Park in Algona. Sunday. The Rev. and Mrs, H. D. Stahmer) and family of Fairville left Thursday to visit Mrs. Stahmer's parents at Grand Mound and the Reverend's parents at Davenport. They will return about the middle of August. w n KIRSCHBAUHTS REUNION HELD Picnic Dinner Sunday at Call State Park Well Attended Sexton: The Wm. Klrschbaum family held a reunion in the State Park at Algona, Sunday. A picnic dinner was enjoyed at noon. Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kirschbaum, Sexton; Mr. and Mrs. August Kirschbaum and children, Sexton; Mr. 'and Mrs. Peter Kirschbaum, Ayrshire; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Meleney and family. Mason City; Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Kirschbaum and family, Forest City; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kirschbaum and family. Garner; Mr. and Mrs. Alex Kirschbaum, Brltt; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Garman and children, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Carman, Hutchins; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Clnk and children, Wesley; Mr. and Mrs. Otto Klrsch- baum. Mason City. There were 85 In attendance, the six sons .and three daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kirschbaum and their families. There were 45 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren present Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Sanders spent Sunday at their cottage at Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Clave, Brltt, spent Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. Fred Neahrlng and family. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wise spent Sunday afternoon and evening with Mrs. Wise's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John VMS, Sr., near LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Evert Hodgln of Webb attended church services here and spent the day with Mrs. Hodg- In's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven. Mr. and Mrs. John Wyland and Mrs. Wyland's sister, Edna Fitch, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Fitch. Mrs. Wyland and Edna are sisters of Chester. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Shepard and Mrs. Shepard's mother, Mrs. Grace Green of LuVerne were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. W. J. Green and children in honor of Billy Green's fifth birthday. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Taylor and son. Dean, spent Sunday at Humeston at the Roy Mitchell home, where Mrs. Taylor's father, Mr. Mitchell, is sick with heart trouble Roy IS her brother. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Phillips, Mrs. Drusilla Noble and the women's mother, Mrs. Sarah Wise, left on Friday morning for Knowlton, Wis., to spend a week with the Joe Wise family. Joe is a son of Mrs. Sarah Wise. Mr. and Mr*. Matt Law of Stacyville, and son, Dewitt Law of West Los Angeles, California, are spends Ing a week at the home of their daughter and sister, Mrs. Raytnond Mardlck. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heff elflnger and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Minor and son, Dean, of Grand Junction, visited Sunday at the John Mlxell home. Mrs. Mlxell and Mrs. Heffel- flnger are sisters. Mrs. Bridget Blum and Mrs. C. J. Houesman of this place and Miss Josephine Blum of Minneapolis and Miss Irene Irmlter of St. Paul were Thursday afternoon visitors at the H. M. Irmlter home. Mrs. Edna Mlxell and daughters, Marjorle and Sarah Jane are spending a week at Lake Okobojl with Mrs. Mixell's parents, Rev. and Mrs. H. W. Howdeshell of Sioux City, and also with her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Howdeahell of Detroit, Mich., who are vacationing there. Mrs. John Mixell and granddaughter, Lavone took them to Spirit Lake Saturday afternoon. itxyflK&gyfQfy/^^ Swea-Eagle News 1 vs DES MOINES DEMONS of the Western League at the a Baseball Alg Iff, H. Q-PauIson "f_Ftmttt QHr4 .^J Mra. Tom neur* and daughter,' Jean, of Iowa Falls spent Saturday here with Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Stevens. Mrs. Paulson is a sister of Mrs. Stevens and Mrs. Fleurs is her niece. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bell and children, Luelia and Loren of Algona were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mr*. Herman Gade. Mar- Ian Gade who visited them for a week, returned to their home with them. Mr*. Carrie Haase and daughter, Pearle, and ion, Gail, left Friday evening for a visit with Mrs. Haase's *on, Glenn and family at Woolitock and from there they will go to Waterloo for a week'* visit with relative*. Mr. and Mr*. Al Leudtke and their daughter and huiband, Mr. and Mrs. Ellif Fwan and Mrs. Leudtke's slater, Miss Klimin of Britt were Wednesday evening aup- per guests of Mr. Leudtke's sister, Mrs. Elmer Weisbrod. Hazel Weisbrod, Mathilda Ruhnke, Virginia Frank, Ardis Voigt, all i of Fenton and Virginia's guest, Leah Youtzky of Cedar Rapids visited Margaret Stephenson at Al- Air Mail Pilot Is Visitor at Lives-more Livermore: Mr. and Mr*. Victor the home of hta — — -- — lly, Mr. and Mr*. Sidney Hogan•on. Victor is well known here, having operated a garage In Livermore before going to Chicago. He Is a pilot of an air mail plane out of Chicago. Injury to Lrg Charles Jones, living north of town, got mixed up with a piece of machinery last week that resulted in a badly swelled leg. Mr. Jones in making trips to the doctors office about three times a week, and the leg Is heavily bandaged yet. Paul Hughe* of Mason City spent the week end here with his father. Mr*. Charle* Brown will be hostess to the W. H. M. S. ladies Friday at her home. Mrs. Charles Jones will be leader of the lesson. Week end gueats In the H. J. Coburn home were Mr. and Mr*. Fred Niewald of Emmetsburg and Mrs. Jennie Niewald of Rock Falls. The Rev. P. McPartland of St Columbus. Neb., i* taking charge at Donald Mayne of Grant is help- Ing George Harner during threshing. Miss Doris Brock Is doing house work at the Howard Nagle home In Lakota. Mrs. Sam Gibson visited Friday and Saturday with relatives at Thompson. Richard Schrader visited from Wednesday until Saturday with Lowell Larson. Jeannette Thackery of Armstrong visited several days last week with her aunt, Mrs. John Jongberg. Mrs. Frona Shaw and son, Earl of Woodstock, 111., visited last Wednesday at the O. A. Jenson home. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Curtis and Florence Anderson visited last Tuesday evening at the Art EL Anderson home. Mrs. Jim Long and son, Roger of Lone Rock visited with Mrs. Long's sister, Mrs. Bert Olson, the first part of the week. Mrs. Frona Llnde and daughter, Elaine, and Mrs. Frank Isaacson visited Mrs. A. Steil at the Mrs. Potter home in Algona Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Volhners .and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Blume and daughter were last Sunday dinner guests at the Lawrence Schumacker home. Misses Dorothy, June and Sylvia Anderson of East Chain visited last Thursday at the Martin Molinder home. June and Sylvia remained until Saturday. Mrs. Manfred Petterson and three children of Faribault, Minn.,, visited Sunday at the Francis Carlsons. Jay and Emll Larson home. Dennis Petterson remained at the Carlson home for an extended visit. Mrs. Jay Larson entertained last Tuesday evening In honor of her father, Ed Bergeson's birthday. Her ( guests were: Mrs. Bergeson and , sons, Orvls and Emery, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Larson and Mr. and Mrs. I W. O. NeUon. _^ ,^_^ w ^ ,« Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hagen and Mr. and Mr*. Ralph Isenberg and daughter, Lois of Minneapolis visited fast week with friends and relatives herei They farmed here many years before they moved to Minneapolis two years ago. Charles McEtwee accompanied by his Bister, Misses Helen and Gladys McElwee of Fairmont, Minn., and Mtss Hazel McGregor drove to Fender, Neb., Sunday and returned Monday with tfirtr mother, Mrs. McElwee and daughter, Evelyn, who had been visiting there. The Swea Spirit of SefWce 4-tt club cave a program at the Farm Bureau Meeting at the community hall last Tuesday evening. Berntee Rath gave a reading, Betty Anderson and Lucille Rath gave demonstration* on "Curtains Made of Feed Sacks". County Agent A. L. Brown gave a talk. Mrs. Virgil Jensen and Miss Helen Fangest of Bast Chain were at Wlrthebago, Minn,, last Tuesday afternoon. They were guests at the Mrs. C. W. Franklin home, where friends of Mrs. Jenson had gathered to surprise her. The afternoon was spent socially, sne was presented a chair by the friends and a lunch was served. iHlliHniHmiiiHii»inniHnHiHiHiii»»"«»»" ••• ANNOUNCEMENT MONEY For Ton $50.00 and up for any worthy purpose We have now available a MONEY CREDIT SERVICE whereby we can assist you with your financial problems. Cash advanced to both married and single persons on your own security and signature, which can be repaid In small monthly installments. Your furniture, auto and livestock may be used as security. We win be glad to talk with yon (confidentially of coarse) about arranging a loan to meet yonr need*. P. J. KOHLHAAS See Us For Lowest Rates on New or Used Cars S days' National Circuit nee* with 50 of America'* top (peed ace* com- Petin*. Aug. 2t 28, and Sept. 8. HORSERACES i day*: $10,000 In parse*; nearly 200 of the fastest trotten and paeen hi the country. Thendngdw- sfeoftheyesr. MAMMOTH CttCUS Trained animals, gym- nuts. downs, fa -daredevils of aeonttnents THBJLL DAY Airplane crashing into house, auto cmuhups, dynamite smashupi, a dozen sensational thriller* in one afternoon — Ban, only, Aug. 29. open-air hippo drome ever sstembltd by njrisir, IQOOO THRILLS show, women's exposition, machinery snow, thousand! of things to do every day. 100 ft CUES OF EXHIBITS: Sacred Heart parish while the Rev. FORT DEARBORN HOTEL 550 $-1 .50 KOOM.S FKOM Under new management this 18-story fireproof building is being completely remodeled and refurnished . . . Every convenience. Including running ice water in every room . . . New air conditioned Coffee Shop serving excellent food at lowest price*. • ^~ LA SALLE & VAN BUREN •' STREETS Opposite LA SALLE STREET STATION ited Margaret Stephenson at Al gona Saturday, and the girls went swimming at the city pool. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Votteler entertained the following at dinner and supper Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Votteler, Mrs. Katie Hantelman and family, all of Kenton and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hantelman and daughter. Mary Lou of Seneca, and Margaret and Joan Landsteiner of Fairmont. Mrs Albert Mitchell and daughters. Anna Marie and Vedora, Mrs. John Micklick and Mrw. Ben Mitchell went to Fort I>odge Friday to viMt the latter's husband, a patient in the Fort Umige hospital. From there Mrs. Mirklick went to her home iit Lohrville alter a visit here with her parents, Mr. and Airs. Ben Mitchell. Mra. E. A. Huskarnp and daughters. Mrs. iJerwood Eigler and Bert Hii.'kump and granddaughter. Joan Witter, visited from last week Monday to Wednesday with friends in Minneapolis. Bert who is a beauty operator ill Chicago, returned to her work Sunday after spending three weeks vacation here with her parents. Mr and Mrs. F.. A. Huskarnp. Mr. anil Mrs. Earl Theeslield of Arinationg were Sunday dinner guest* of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kern. Callers in the afternoon were Mr. und Mrs. Melvin Kern and family of Sc-xtun and Charles Blighton of Emmelsburg. Mrs. Delbert Zankey of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nelson and daughter of Dickens Mr. and Mrs. Dean Nellis and daughter, Rosemary of Renwick and Mr. and Mrs. Verne Nellis ol Waterloo und Doris Simmons of Ringsted. The following enjoyed a picnic dinner and supper at the City Park in Emmeuburg Sunday: Mrs. Mary Kohls'.cdl and grandson. Roger Kohlstedt. of Ayrshire; Mr. am Mrs. Melvin Manager and child ren, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Weis brod and daughter, June and sons Ralph and Harold of Fenton; Mr and Mrs. Ernest Weisbrod am Mary Alice Gibbons of Whittemore Mr and Mrs Clarence Weisbroi and aoa. MeUiu auu Frances Head rickseu of KingsU-d. Maurice 3. Costello Is enjoying a vacation. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Zigrang and daughters, Mary and Margarst, have returned after spending the week end at Sioux City with relatives of Mrs. Zigrang. Miss Marie Hughes is spending a week with an aunt, Mrs. W. J. Hughes at Gilbert. Miss Hughes will return to Colorado soon where she will teach in the schools at Simla. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mackintosh of Chicago arrived Saturday for a visit at the (;. A. Burns and Hartley Mackintosh homes. When they return they will take with them their daughter, Sonya. who has spent the summer here at the Burns home. Rectal Diseases Varicose Veins and Rupture I use the ambulant method In treating these condition*. This means that you suffer very little If any pain, do not have to go to bed or lose any blood. You can go right on with your regular work and lose no time except for a few minutes In my office once a week. You are welcome to come In for an examination without charge*. At that time I can explain my method of treatment Dr. S. W. Meyer, D. 0. GENERAL HOSPITAL Algona, Iowa 21-tf w DAY SPECIALS For Wednesday, August 11 at The Hub Clothiers, Algona tnrPay in This Ad—You Will Save Money By Doing So. Any Dress Straw Hat In Our Store 50c Men's 220 wt. Blue Denim Bib Overall sold by most stores for $ 1. Watermelon Day at 50c Men's Knit Athletic Union Suits - - - - 49c CHICAGO Mins jo:>ephinv Blum of Min neupoii^ oitd MJ.I. Bridget Blum 0 this place returned Tuesday eve ijmy from a two weekb' visit wit in Illinois. Lloyd Schulte has been visiting he past week with relatives in •'airrnont. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Homsey are he parents of a baby girl born Saturday, Aug. 31bt. Miss Irene Irrniter, a beauty operator in St. Paul is visiting at the parental H. M. Irrniter home. Mr. and Mrs. Verle Hanson are the parents of a 7 l /i pound girl born Wednesday morning, July 28. Minn Betty Camden of Minneapolis is spending a two weeks' vacation at the parental B. S. Camden home, Joe Brinkman of Gary, Ind., and his bister of Minneapolis, spent the week end at the parental Joseph Briukman home. Miss Josephine Blum returned to Minneapolis Sunday afternoon after a. three weeks' vacation with her mother, Mrs. Bridget Blum. C'lifton DeBate», who has been employed in Mapleton, Minn., is on an extended visit at the home of his mother, Mrs. Francis DeBtttes. Mr. and Mrs. Clair Ten-ill of Boii.e. Idaho, visited a short time Friday morning at th« John Mixell home. Mrs. Terrill ia u niece of Mr» John Mixell. Mrs. Kninces lieBaUs and her daughter. Letha uud granddaughter Lelba Lmdegaurd spent the week end in Brooklyn, *owa, and ulao attended a family reunion there. FOR WATERMELON DAY At Algona Wednesday, Aug. 11 All men's and young men's Wash Slacks values to $2.50, every pair sanforized shrunk $1.39 Red-Kap Blue Chambray and Covert Work Shirts Special at 49c 79c Polo Shirts - - 39c BEER BILLIARDS CIGARETTES ICE COLD DRINKB Meet Your Friends at CARL'S Carl Dablhauser, Prop Want Ads Bring You Quick Result* All White and Sport Shoes offered at tremendous reductions Watermelon Day $5-$6 Shoes at $3.39 $4 Shoes at $2.69 $2.50~$3.50 Shoes, $1.79 Rockford Sox, pair __10c Boys' Dress Shirts ___59c Boys' Blue Denim Waist Overall Pants Sizes 6 to 16 49c Watermelon Day Only

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