The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 2, 1937 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 2, 1937
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fWTON COUPLE SWftBBJWm The Algona Upper Des Moinea, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 2,1937 Self -tovited Guests At the Mkarfce Wallaces Drop In Sunday and Mrs surprised Sunday lwnor of thelr Wrthday h '2 h come l elftinvlted b «ket8. Those attending -were Mr. and Mm John 1 " 0 ' Oordon Mr. and children, «>d Mrs. and and Mr «.. i^; ?« tz an<J •»•""», "ir. ana Mrs. Fred Meyer and son, Mr. and «rs. Arnold Krause and sons, •MauHce and Junior and Irts Wfl- | Wh °M S employed ln the Krause and family Mr. and MrL Tommle Schmidt, Mr. ant Mrs. Amos Fln- nestad, Leona Wood, Dallas Marlow, John and Leslie Tieman and John TSimers. The boy scouts cleared $33 at their wand at the Fenton celebration Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Wander spent tbe^week end -with their son, CaireTJ in Des Molnee. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Josten and daughter-visited with the Ed Wels- broda last week Monday. aatr. ana Mfi. Balph Jones and children of Des Moines spent Wed"^ *V he p <*?r K*y*«8* nome. Mrs - Ohm H , - »y of RIngsted were Sunday supper guests of the Walter Weidbrod family. Mr. and Mrs. ttarton Gaard sp«n the week end! with the latter's par «nt», Mr. and Mrs. Morten Hernen at Kelly. Mr. and MM. Robert Harrison vit Ited Mr. B4Hrson's parents, Mr and Mr*. William Harrison, in Al gona Sunday. Mr. and Mtrs. Jim Ackerman an family and Muriel Long of turn Rock vlsted at the A. ft Wlllretts Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Royce and daughter, Carolyn of Omaha spen from Saturday to Sunday at th Walter Ohm home. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Jensen and son, Perry, left last Saturday fo Des Moines for a week's visit with their daughter, Marlys. Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Miller and son, Lawrence of Rlngsted w entertained at the C. O. Humphrey home Sunday. Tusnelda and Robert Kabelltz children of Rev. and Mrs. R, W Kabelltz, left Monddy morning for Stewart, Nebraska, where they wll attend school / Otto Wllberg drove to Ames on Sunday to bring back his wife and two daughters, Delores and Jean who have been visiting relatives in Ames for three weeks. Margaret Dorweiler of Cedar Falls visited friends here Friday enroute to Lewiston, Montana where she teaches. She Is a former Fenton superintendent. Mr. and Mrs. Millen Jensen of Swea City, bat formerly of the Fenton vicinity, became parents of their first son on August 21st. They also have * Httfo daughter. Mrs. F. J. Wlllrett and daughter, Elsie were Sunday dinner guests al the A. R. WitlMtt home. Lorraine Willrett who spent two weeks with her grandparents, returned home •with them. Mr. and Mrs. George Krahn and two sons, Dale and Wayne of Arlington, B. D., were entertained at dinner Saturday at the W. J. Wels- WELCOME Teachers of Algona and Surrounding Territory We are pleased to announce that since school closed last spring there has been a change in •the management of the Elk Cleaners, As a new organization we are putting forth eveiy effort to give high class service and satisfaction at all times. We invite yon to try our service. We are conveniently located across from the new Post 'Office. Phone 330 ELK CLEANERS H. A. Norman P. Perry Vacation Time ia over at Richardson's, and everyone is back on the job with a real determination to make this a bigger and better store in the fall season which ia just beginning. We go into this new season resolving to 1. Give our customers more and better service. 2. 3. 4. Back every article sold to be just as sold with every dollar our customers put into it. Carry the biggest stock. The most complete assortment we have ever shown. Have bigger and better bargains. In fact our whole desire is to serve Kossuth and adjoining counties with astock of furniture, floor coverings, and competent help to serve your every need. On our return home we find a few articles in the stock which we have decided to dispose of regardless of cost. *i i A |57.50 Davenola Studio with bedding compartment. This is a floor sample, slightly shop worn, going at ---------------- -------- 989.50 A beautiful 3-piece fibre, upholstered cushions, sun-parlor suite, a $52.50 value, closing out at _______ ...... _______________________ W6.00 An $89.50 eight-piece walnut veneer dining suite, close-out at --------------------------- $69.50 An $89.50 overstuffed, 2-piece living room suite, close out at -------- ....... ------------ $69.60 6 9x12 Inlaid, llnofloor rugs, listed in catalogs at $14.95, our close-out price, only ---------- If you appreciate a real bargain you will make it a point to see these goods, also the carloads of other new furniture Just being placed on our floors for the oew season. Richardson's FUBSITUBE COMPANY Where Furniture Sells for Lets. GRANDMOTHER IS AT THE LEFT—Savannah, Ga,: Yes, Mrs. Georgia Watson, (left), 28 years old, and pleased as Punch, sits at the bed-side of her daughter, Mrs. Lewis Klander, 15 years ofd, who gave birth to the youngster, a boy, on August Sth.' When daughter was born Mrs. Watson herself was 13 years old. Mrs. Watson said her daughter was married at the age of 14 on July 18, 1936. The husband, a house-painter, is 18 years of age. She said that she was married at the age of 12 In Beaufort County, South Carolina. Before she reached the age of 18 she had borne three children, all of whom are living and healthy. LEROY SCHEPPMAN NEARLY WHACKS OFF FOOT IN 1RV1NGTON ACCIDENT Slips On Saw While Out ting Timber on His Father's Place Irvlngton: Leroy Scheppman barely escaped a very serious ac cident last Saturday afternoon when he was assisting his father with sawing some timber. In some manner he slipped on the saw and cut a gash in the side of his foot about three inches long which is proving to be very painful. However, he is not having to use crutches. Going to Iowa State Mrs. J. C. Mawdsley and Dorothy Mawdsley motored to Ames last Friday to make final arrangements for Dorothy to enter Iowa State College this fall. Other young people from this vicinity who will be freshmen at the same Institution are "Bud" Hutchlns and Wayne Moore. \ Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bokelman and daughter. Ruth, of Roselle, 111., spent the week end at the H. W. Behnke home. Mr. Bokelman and Mrs. Behnke are brother and sister. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Farrel returned home Saturday from Iowa City. He brought his daughter, Veronica, along who had been In the University hospital for treatment. Henry Gremmcls of Oelwein spent Sunday at the H. C. Meyer and Gerhart Wehrspann homes. Mr. Gremmels is a cousin of Mrs. Meyer whom she had not seen for 48 years. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Helmke. Mr and Mrs. H. F. Helmke nnd family Mr. and Mrs. Harry Helmke nnd Yvonne, Eileen «nd Donald Gurider- son of here attended the Helmke family reuniort at West Bend, Sunday. Father John J. Foley, S. J. of Omaha spent the week end with his mother, Mrs. Mary Foley. From here Father Foley left for Chicago where he will visit with friends a few days after which he will return Build Trailer-Type Btu, School Duty Whittemore: Elmer Ostwald, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Carl Ostwald, recently purchased a new truck. Last week Fred Heinrich constructed a trailer type school bus out of it The dimensions are 7 by 14 and the bus is made of pressed wood. The bus will hold 86 children. It has three rows of seats In it. Elmer has not Mr. and Mrs. John Schumacher, ,„ r>i.™i=,..ri nt,i~ »„ „„„»!„,. hi. are visiting at the home of Mr. and' '",£„"' ' contlnue his brod home. Mr. Krahn Is a cousl of Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod. Eunice Johnson, daughter of th E. K. Johnsons and Lorraine Weg ener, daughter of the Clarence Weg eners spent several days last wee; with their grandparents, Mr. an Mrs. Henry Wegener home in Al gona. Mrs. Carrie Voigt and son, Ger aid, and daughter, Ardls, spent Sun day with the Art Bettin family a rorest City. Enroute home they stopped at Titonka leaving Mis Ardls, where she began teaching in .he Titonka schools Monday. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod an laughter, Florence and Mr. am Ars. Don Weisbrod and daughter pent from Wednesday to Friday ivenlng at Okoboji. Mrs. Hug 3enker and daughters, Jean am Elinor Ann of Lester, also enjoy id the outing with them. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wlddel took he latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs Nels Wilberg to Parkersburg, Sun lay, where they were met by Mr and Mrs. Ed Elsenschmidt of Du buque and the Wilbergs accom lanied the Elsenschmldts home fo: .n Indefinite visit They are parents >f Mrs. Elsenschmidt Mrs. C. F. C. Laage and daughter Edith, and Mrs. J. A. Schwarta and daughter, Betty Jean, were en- ertained at the Frank Ryerson ome near Hurt Friday evening at six o'clock dinner. Other guests were Mrs. Hodgson and daughters Ruth and Esther of Burt Mrs Ryerson and the guests were college chums. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Wlllrett and family, Rev. R. W. Knbelitz and family and Mr 1 , and Mrs. John Ruhnke and daughters, Elna and Esther, attended a mission festival In Emmetsburg Sunday afternoon. Th* main «p«ak«r of the afternoon was Doctor Walter Maler of St. Louis who broadcasts over station KFUO during the Lutheran hour. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schmidt had the|r infant son, Dale, baptized on Sunday in the Lutheran church at Burt Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hengel were the sponsors. A dinner was held in their son's honor and the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Hengel and their four daughters, Mrs. A. J. Krause and daughter, Irene, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Dreyer and son, Derald and Duane and Mrs. Minnie Dreyer. St. Joe People Go To State Fair St. Joe: Charles Sauer and his daughter, Madeline, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Berte and John Berte spent the week end at the state fair. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Plathe, Bernadine and Milford and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert O'Brien spent Friday and Saturday at the State Fair. Back From Montana Raymond Zeimct returned from Milestone, Montana, last week, where he had gone to attend the funeral of his brother Simon. His sister, Agneo, will return as soon as she recovers from an appendix operation. Clarence and Alvln Erpcldlng are driving a new Plymouth coach. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Erpeldlng and family from Algona were Sunday visitors at the Peter Erpelding lome here. Mrs. M. T. McGuire and sons and Madeline Bueb returned Sunday 'rom a two weeks' outing at Lake Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. Sebastian Kramer, Alvina and Bud, spent last Saturday and Sunday at the John Kramer home near Waseca, Minn. The little daughter of Mr. and rtrs. Hubert O'Brien, spent Friday and Saturday at the home of her grandmother, Mrs. H. M. Thllges. Sylvester and Cecelia Berte, the children of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Berte, spent the week end at the home of heir grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Kellner. Mr. and Mrs. Math Kirsch and 4r. and Mrs. Conrad Kohlhaas re- urn ed Wednesday from their trip o Yellowstone National Park and the Black Hills. Mr. and MM. Ted Wagner and aughter, Carol, accompanied Chas. Brown from Llvermore to Pine 'ark Camp near Park Rapids, Minn., for a ten-day fishing trip. Mr. and Mr». Ray Hanna from of Humboldt, accompanied y Mr. and Mrs. Bill Haglind apent lunday with Mrs. Haglind'* mother, Mrs. Zeller at Cherokee. Mr. Banna i* a cousin of Mr. Huglind. Mr. and Mr». Wi^l Reding and daughters spent the week end in Minneapolis where they had gone to i*it relatives. Mrs. Reding, moth- r of Mr*. Jake Carman, fell down the bMenwat step* injuring herself -uite badly. Mr. and lire. Arthur Illg and amily, Mr, and Mr*. Henry Zoimet, r., and family, Mrs. Mary LenUch and Urban and Mildred, Math Zeimet and Eugene and Ltnie, Lawrence Becker were Sunday visitors at the Henry Zelmet borne at Bancroft MOTHER WITH 10 DAY OLD CHILD OPERATED UPON Stricken By Appendicitis Shortly After Arrival of New Son Mrs. Elmer Dole. Mr. and Mrs. Fred King of Zender, Kansas, were guests last week at the home of their cousins, David Kings. Marvel Dole returned to her jun- the studies. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bell of Blue Earth, Minn., were dinner at the Diedrich Cordes home,~Wednesday. Betty and Clarice Bell ad- companied their parents home aft„ , er having spent the past several lor year of high school work at the weeks here with their grandparents, academy In Algona after a year's Mr. and Mrs. Cordes. absence due to illness. West Bend: Mrs. Louis Krug wai taken to the Fort Dodge hospital on Monday for an operation for ap pendicitls. She has a new born son only ten days old. Mrs. Frank Sweeney has been ill Her sister of Gllmore City, is caring for her. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Graham drove to Des Moines Sunday to attem the state fair. Mrs. James Dunn went to For' Dodge Monday to be treated in the hospital at that place. Dr. and Mrs. P. O. Dorweiler spent Sunday at Algona visiting Mrs. Dorweiler's mother. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Walker attended the state fair Sunday. Mrs Walker had some entries in the fancy work division. Mrs. Jane Anderson and granddaughter, Jane Ellison of Beckley, West Virginia, are visiting In the lome of Mrs. Anderson's sister-in- law, Mrs. Tom Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Groves of [owa City, drove to West Bend Saturday, called here by the death of his .daughter, Belva. Groves In a Spirit "Lake hospital. 'The* funeral was Monday at Rodman, the home of her grandparents, the Joe Turners. Swea-Eagle Twp. Folks Visit Fair During The Week Swea-Eagle Twp.: Joe Preston and daughters Phyllis, Wilma and Marion, left Sunday for Des Moines where they will visit relatives and attend the Iowa state fair. They were accompanied by Morlne and loria Llnde, who will attend the 'Open Bible" young people's con- 'erence being held there this week. The party expects to remain the greater part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rath and fam- ly visited the Harvey Raths at Lu- Verne Sunday. Bernice Rath returned home on unday after a week's visit with elatives at Cylinder. Lenold Thompson and nephew, ohn Wells Thompson ^pent a week end outing at Spirit Lake. Mrs. Anna Berg of Minneapolis and Mrs. Clara Carter were week end visitors at the A. G. Berg home Mrs. Carlson of Wesley returnee home Sunday after two weeks' stay at the home of her daughter, Mrs J. Woubin. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Conn and family returned home Saturday after two weeks' trip to Michigan City, Indiana. Misses Dorothy and Ethel Wolf of Armstrong and Miss Dorothy Bonnell of Cedar Rapids visited on Friday afternoon with June Larson Miss Maxine Erickson, who is taking nurses' training at Mounds Park hospital, St. Paul, was a week end visitor at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.. Forest Erickson Andrew Berg took his daughter, Miss Geneva to Swaledale where she will teach. This is her first school having finished two years at Buena Vista College, Storm Lake. Miss Dorothy Anderson of East Chain, formerly of here, spent the week end with Morine and Gloria Linde. Miss Anderson is leaving this week for Mankato, where she will attend Mankato Teachers' College. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fosgren, Mr. and Mrs. B. Anderson and daughter are visiting this week with the Fosgren's daughter, Mrs. J. Anderson in Chicago. June and Sylvia Anderson of East Chain spent the week end with Movis Preston. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dremme Dorothy Mawdsley and Georga Ann Gelgel attended the state fair a Des Moines on Monday. Mrs. J. W- Patterson is spendin some time at Algona with her fath er, Chas. Walker, whose condltlo still remains quite critical. The local dance club will hold regular meeting this Friday eve ning with Orville Nordstrom an Ralph Kramer as the committee I charge. William Beckman has been guest this week at the home of hi sister, Mrs. Charles Egel. Mr Beckman travels for a chemica company. Lawrence Hutchins has been ap pointed weed commissioner by Sup ervisor John Frasr to take charg of the weed situation in Irvlnglon township. Miss Walsh, one of the teachers o the Irvington school district No. 7 is staying at the Elmer Doles, whil Miss Jordan is driving to and fr from her home east of LuVerne. The many friends here of Frei Andrews were grieved to hear of hi untimely death at Staples, Minn The Andrews family lived for number of years in this community Mrs. Maurice Eddy and tlirci children of Aurella, visited las week nt the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Headley. Mr Eddy came for his family on Sat urday when all returned to their home. Mesdames David King, Gcorgi Hackman and Fred Geigel were am ong those from the Algona Presby Urtan church, who attended th ladles' guest day of the Presbyter Ian church at West Bend last Frl day afternoon. George Hackman, Jr., will "leave for Knoxville, Tenn., the latter par of the week and on his way back stop at Nashville, Tenn., to ge Mrs. Hackman and daughter, Joan who have been visiting for a month with Mrs. Hackman's mother. Mrs. Peter Heldt is taking her two daughters and also two of the Helmers children to the school in Algona conducted by Rev. Braner The Helmers family are tenants ol the Clarence Mawdsleys and the Heldts are living at the Edw. Mawd- sleys. Ex-LuVerne Girl To Marry Soon LuVerne: Announcement has been made at Eagle Grove of the approaching marriage, Sept. 1, of Nadeon Madsen of that place and Nadean ia the and Mm. Peter Madaen, who lived for many years near LuVerne. Arthur Mescher. daughter of Mr. ITS FREE—« you can't read your want ad* eaally. you can have It tree. The printed word doeant unear, to spelled right, and bring* reaulta. Want ad% 2 cental per word at The Upper Henry Frombach Home Scene Of Family Reunion Whittemore: A Frombach fam- ly reunion was held at the home of Henry Frombach here Sunday. Chose who attended were: Mr. and ilrs. H. W. Frombach and family of Burt, Mrs. Jane Staffaucher and Jr. and Mrs. Walter Frombach and. amily of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lelnlnger and family of Lotta Creek, Mr. and Mrs. Will Short of of Hartley, Mrs. Gertrude Hockenberry and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jensen of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seeley and son, Bert, Frank Seeley and Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Finnell of here. Back From Trip Mr. and Mra. Ed Means and family and Lida Potratz returned Sunday from a ten-day trip into Nebraska, South Dakota and Minnesota. They visited the Will Maahs family at Campbell, Minn., and the Fred Maahs family in Balaton, Minn. Ed, Will and Fred are brothers. August Schattschneider is on the sick list this week. Mary O'Brien of Stuart, is visiting at the Will Oliver home this week. Ava Simpson left for Moravia, Iowa, Friday, to begin her teaching duties. Mary Darlene Connors of Des Moines spent the week end at the Martin Eischeid home. « Mr. and Mra. Ralph Reimers and two daughters, visited with friends at Spencer, Thursday. Mr. and Mra. William Meyer and sons, Ernest and Alvin, spent Sunday at the Emil Bierstedt home in Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Will Kuecker, Mrs. Harry Schneider and Angelie Svare of West Bend visited at the Henry Kuecker home Sunday. Selma and William Meyer, Myrtle Barber and Herman Behnke visited at the Martin and Leonard Meyer homes at Garner, Sunday. Mr. and Mra. B. J. McCardle of Fort Dodge are th® parent* of a girl was formerly Marjorie Elbert, a daughter of Mrs. Cecelia Elbert of here. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shrier of Manson visited at the Francis Elbert home, Sunday. Mr. Siirier is a brother of Mr*. Klbert. Mrs. Werner BraaU of here attended the funeral of her nephew, Melvern Lee Murray, son of Mr. and Mra. Frank Murray of Webb, Saturday at EmmeUburg. ITS RESULTS THAT COUNT In want ad*. Axk the local McCormlck-Deering store how they like them; they've sold used farm machinery rlRht and left through our want ndn. Call 230, The Algona Upper Den Monies, with your want add. Cut Out Suede $5.00 Black, Green, Brown. Rich looking suedes with ,silk ties. Medium and high heels. KRESENSKY'S Luxuriously Furred Wolf ! Badger! Fox ! Raccoon ! $ 29.50 Immensely wearable new fitted nnd swagger sports coats. Smartly tailored, warmly Interlined, richly furred. Tweeds and fleeces. yet decided how to heat the bm, but thought it would be a hot water heater or exhaust heat. TUHBAN "CROWNS" $ 1.98 Tiara turbans . . . Impishly veiled . . . utterly charming. Velvet, belting ribbon, satin. KRESENSKY'S Downy WOOL SWEATERS New Fall Colors $1,98 Soft, warm sweaters ... grand with your suit | ... perfect with extra skirts. Boat necks, club collars, new trims. KRESENSKY'S You Are Invited to Kos.suth County's limit FAIR ALGONA Sept. 6-7-8-9-10 SEE THE INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER EXHIBIT A Complete Line of tin- L;itcsi Type AJ.-Cnnnirk-Di Farm Machinery Adapted for This Territory FEATURING No. 22 McCormick-Desring 8-Foot Harvester Thresher No. 22 Two-Row Mounted Corn Picker The McOormick-Deering Cooler The New International Trucks Earl Hunt and the Mc< 'orinick-Deering Revelers will he at our tent at one o'clock uu Tuesday, Sept. 7.—Don't miss this big tree show. McCormick Deering Store ALCJONA, IOWA

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