The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 2, 1937 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 2, 1937
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WILL, P. M.CHRISTENSONS CARRY OFF NORTH IOWA FAR RIBBONS Polled Herefords' 2 1 the AIex Krue s er home Sheep, Are Good for Many High Awards Lone Rock: Will Christenson anc son, Ronald, entered their Hamp shire sheep at the North Iowa Fair Mason City, last week. They go champion ram and champion ew prizes. They also received eigh firsts, five seconds and one third They moved their sheep to Cresco this week. P. M. Christenson and son again showed their Polled Hereford cat tie at the North Iowa Fair nt Ma son City last week. They captured the junior champion female prize ribbon. They also won five firsts 11 seconds, three thirds and two fourths. Persons Attend Funeral Ruth Person returned Sunday from a visit at Mason City, June Sjostrand returned with her for a week. Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Person spent from last Tuesday until Thursday at St. Paul, where they attended the funeral of Mr. Person's cousin, John Stomberg. William Salmon, Algona. is here visiting at the Merwin Marlows. Alfred Elkart, Mason City, called Glass Auto Glass Replaced while you wait. We carry a complete stock of window glass Greenberg Auto Supply 36-tf The Edw. Farris family. Graettinger spent Sunday nt the Jack Qulnns. The D. T. Hobsons, Burt, spent Sunday afternoon at the Harry Hobsons. The A. H. Hannas spent Sunday afternoon nt the Harvey Higleys, Emmetsburg. The Ora and Ralph Hulburt spent Sunday at the Everett Rich ardsons, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Neelan were Sunday dinner guests of th J. A. Neelands, Burt The American Legion Auxiliar meets this week Friday afternoo with Mrs. Roy Osborn. The Merle Culbertsons spcn Sunday evening with the Martin Meyers family, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Severtson, Ma pleton. Minn., spent Sunday after noon at the I. W. Nelsons. The Harvey Nelsons and A. P Nelsons. Britt, were Sunday dinner guests of the William Nelsons. Mrs. Calvin Householder and Mrs Don Guderian, Algona, made a bus- ness trip to Fort Dodge Monday. Mrs. Melvin Hawks and children •eturned Thursday from a visit at he Charles Hawks home, Spirit Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Rnney Bleich. Burt, nd Alvera and Gladys Gifford call- d at the \V. F. Faulstichs. Sunday fternoon. The Merle Richards family returned home last Wednesday from n visit with relatives at Dana and Princeton, III. The Eugene Pearsons and Mr John Dempsey were Sunday dinne guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chris God fredson, Rfngsted. Sam Orvick, Marvin Kueck. Rus sell Bates and Pete Marlow left on Friday for a trip to the Black Hill in South Dakota. Merton Larson. Dccorah. came on Saturday to the home of his sister oinea, Alga^ towa> Sept. 2,193T /fern* ofBurt Vicinity Blacksmith Seriously til C. W. Schryver, blacksmith, who ha* been very ill with intestinal flu and other complications the past week, is still in a serious condition. Josle Dittmer, R. N., Algona, Is caring for him. Hurt Team Defeated The Burt Independent baseball team played at Humboldt Sunday and were defeated by a score of 4 to 7. Visitors from Texas Mrs. Wm. Taylor and daughter, Mrs. W. B. Grannis and two children, Del Rio, Texas, visited Saturday at the J. G. Sewick home. They were friends of the Sewlcks when they lived in Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Lnrsen were Mason City visitors Sunday. Oriole Brooke began teaching in the Ringsted school Monday. The Fortnightly club met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. L. E. Riebhoff. The Rev. L Mrs. Arthur PHebe, and will again attend school here. The Otis Sanders family spent Sunday at the Edw. Kruse home Hardy. Their daughter, Doris, returned home with them. The Henry Andersons and Mrs J. C. Anderson, all of Union Grove Wis., came last week for a visit at the Mrs. C. Madison home. Fitting Glasses Is An Exact Science Your eyesight is too precious to trust to slip-shod methods. Every pair of glasses we sell is Individually prescribed, and the prescription is filled with scientific accuracy. A. W. AMUNSON OPTOMETRIST Over Borchardt's Drug Store 33 & 35 JAPAN AND CHINA WAR SCENES—Tokyo, Japan—Commander Tsutaui (third from right) of the Tsutsui unit and other officers of the Japanese forces in the front line. They all carry old "samurai" swords. (Upper). (Lower) Representatives of the Japanese army in North China conferred with those of the 29th Chinese Army and the Hope!- Chahar government authorities regarding a truce. FORT DEARBORN HOTEL 550 $-1 .50 ROOMS i KOM (,'nder new mar.age- m'.'r.t this 18-story fireproof building is being < onipletely remodeled and refurnibhed . . . Ev- i.-ry convenience, including running ice water in every room . . . Netv air conditioned Coffee Kiiop serving excellent food at lowest prices. • x LA SALLE & VAN BUDEN STREETS Opposite LA SALLE STREET STATION Harley Shellito. Ames, came o; Sunday to get Mrs. Shellito nni daughter, Norma. who have spen the past week at the N. L. Cottons The Jim Ackermans made a bus ness trip to Wesley Sunday after noon. They and Muriel Long spcn he evening at the A. L. Willretts Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Arends am granddaughter, Phyllis and Mr. and Urs. Joe Klaner, all of Kamrar spent Friday at the Rev. T. Arends home. The Carl Wieners were Sunday juests of the Frank Lewis family Zurt. The occasion was in honor f Helen Lewis' and Doris Wien- r's birthdays. Lawrence Dittmer. R. T. Angus nd Mr. and Mrs. Harold Angus rove to Rochester, Sunday to get Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer, who has been there for treatment. The Edw. O'Donnells and Julia O'Donnell left Monday for their home at Campus, 111., after a visit here with relatives. John Dixon accompanied them home. Myrtle Hanna, accompanied by Dorothy Smith, Burt, George Hanna and Raymond Laabs spent Friday at the state fair, the latter two being on the poultry judging team. Hertha Ruhnke and Larry and Dickie Theesfleld, FentonV spent Saturday and Sunday with Elma Krueger. Beada Kollasch, Burt, spent Friday night and Saturday there. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Olson and son. r,\v ;i City and the Walter Leonards, Cylinder, were Sunday dinner quests of the James Longs. Mrs. Martha Rath was an afternoon call- ir there. The Lawrence Newbroughs spent Sunday at the Arthur Reynolds home. Humboldt. Mr. find Mrs J. spent the day with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel Marlow, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thomseii returned Saturday from a trip to Denver and Colorado Springs and also the Black Hills. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. John Thomsen, Royal. Luvcrne Schroeder spent the week end with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Schroeder, Kenton. Dale Schroeder spent the week end with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Wiener. The Fred Wegeners were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Arthur Heidenwiths, Whitlemore. Mrs. U'egener attended a party honoring Mrs. Rose Zabel of Milwaukee, at the Charles Geilenfeldt home, Algona. Saturday afternoon. The Robert Murray*. Spencer, spent the week end at the Charles Merle's. The James Murray's, Algona were afternoon and supper guests there. Viola Bierle. who has been employed at the Arthur Wringers, near Bancroft, is now at the parental Bierle home Mrs. Charles Weigel and son. Brui e, Au-stin, Minn., .spent Thursday at the Mr.-.. Tillie Hantia home.! Mrs Margaret Mosht-r. Culebburg.' .s[itiu the week end with Mrs. Marina and f;nnily. Mrs. Blanche Sash. Au.stin. Mr.-.. Wtigel and son. and Mrs Mosh, r spent last Wednesday O. Anderson and Mrs. Phoebe Frye. Mr. and Mrs. Will Sanders and family left August 23rd for III., where they will visit with relatives anrf friends. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Smith and family left last Sunday for Des Moines where they will visit relatives and attend the state fair. S. D. Evans and the Rev. Clifforc McAninch drove to Swea City from Minneapolis last Saturday. S. D was here on business pertaining to his farm. The regular monthly business meeting of the Baptist Sunday School teachers and officers will be tieild at the parsonage tomorrow evening at eight o'clock. Miss Edna Nelson of Denver, Colorado, was here last week visiting her father. A. Nelson. She also vis- ted relatives in Minnesota. Miss Nelson is a trained nurse. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith drove to Corwith last Saturday with their daughter, Esther, who will resume ler school work there. Miss Smith teaches music and high school Engish. Mr. and Mrs. Will Barger and family returned last week from a trip into the Black Hills. They also visited the scene of Mr. Barger's :hildhood home near Pierre, South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Ciaus Helmke and Mr. and Alia. Peter Helmke drove o Des Moines last Sunday to at- end the state fair and to visit heir daughter, Mrs. Russell Waterbury and Mrs. Art Aldrich. Swea City and Grant M. E. churches conducted on August 31. the last quarterly conferences of the year, getting ready for the beginning of a new conference year. Dr. W. G. Muhleman presided. Mrs. Chas. Kesler was at Ellsworth last week Saturday visiting her mother, Mrs. Thompson. She drove as far as Dows with her daughter, Darlene. who is taking up her duties as third and fourth grade teacher. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Butterfield and children drove to Pilot Knob State Park last Sunday. They ware accompanied by Mrs. Butterfield's mother, Mrs. Beetha Eckholm who will return from there to her home in Mason City. Mr. and Mra. L. G. Eckholm are at East Chain where they are caring for the Jim Sanders home and farm in the absence of the family. Mr. and Mrs. Sanders together with their family are visiting In Pennsylvania, their former home. Jensen Reopens Garage at Seneca Seneca: Maurice Jensen opened the Seneca garage Saturday owned by Martin Jensen of Ringsted and will bell Diamond products. The garage has been closed since last May. Richmanns visited relatives at Blue Earth, Minn., on Monday. The W. W. and LeRoy Boetcthers visited at the Emil Weisbrod home n Fenton Sunday. Mrs. Elmer Klenitz and son, Donald, Lakota, visited Sunday at the G. C. Allen home. The Dr. J. G. Clapsadldes were Sunday supper guests at the Horace Clapsaddle home in Algona. Marllda Pratt will leave Thursday for Runnels, where she will teach in the high school again thia year. Mr. and Mrs. Enos Wrede were dinner guests Sunday evening at the Truman Johnson home near Fenton. The Roy Mansmltha of 111, cnmo Saturday for a visit at the C. L Mansmith home. Roy and C. I. are brothers. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Buell were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Buell's brother. Will Lacy In Algona. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Schroeder and daughters, Sarah and Ruth, returned Sunday from a week's trip to the Black Hills. The Art Fandels and Mr. Fnn- del's parents of Whittemore attended a Joe Elbert family reunion at West Bend Sunday. Mrs. N. I. Morness. who was confined to her bed several months with a broken knee cap, is now able to be about on crutches. Mrs. R. E. Kautzky and son, Anna Meinzer and Mrs. Chris Korner, Fort Dodge, were Sunday visitors at the A. H. Meinzer home. Hugh McDonald, Charles Hanna and John Schroeder returned Sunday from a week's outing at Bow String Lake in Minnesota. Beada Kollasch returned to her work at Des Moines Sudnay after a week's vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Kollasch. Mrs. Paul Dremmel and son, Mrs. Robert Leason and daughter, Mabel, Algona, were Sunday visitors at the P. L. Dremmel home. The Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Donu returned Saturday evening from a three weeks' vacation spent with relatives In South Dakota and Minnesota. The L. E. Roetmans have gone to New London to visit Mrs. Roetman's parents and attend the 60th wedding anniversary of her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Stow, D. L. Sodden, the Charles Olsons, J. G. McDonalds, Mrs. Maude Hanna and Tuttle Lake. The J. T. and Robert Grahams, Algona and Lloyd Housour and two children, Slayton, Texas, and F. O. Stow spent Sunday at the J. G. The regular meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary was to be leld Thursday night of this week with a special program and entertainment in store for members. A special effort is being made to have all dues paid by Sept. 15th this year, and as a special inducement for members to attend this meeting, a membership will be given away. night and Thursday at the H enry Swea Cityans At Looft's Reunion Mr. ,ui(i Mrs. Frank • to Minnesota. Satur- tn.-y attended a family : " .Mr., Looff., parental! upii.-d t/y her brother, i > Mr. and Mrs. F. VV. Bassett and daughter Joyce, spent Sunday afternoon at the A. T. Paulsen home. Hale Inman arid family of Aberdeen. South Dakota, were Friday dinner guests at the Fred Jensen home. Tile building.i on the John Panzer farm tenanted by the Howard Richard., family are receiving new coats of |,aint. Tiiu .Seneca M. K G. club met at the Albert Cody home Friday afternoon with Helen and Maxme Cody 'I'-ting a:> hostesses. Mr and Mrs. George Wolf are the s of a .5011 boni Wednesday. CHICAGO Gaidner. Mr. and Mrs. I.ooft i Ttiis now makes them a family of aivompaiiifcd home by ihe'r • " Vu H' r ls and three boys. ren who had gone there the Florence Jensen returned to the ' ly ircviuu.s. paimtal Fred Jensen home after working for her sister. Mrs. James booi y during the summer months. The Helpful Thursday club met Child for I'ustor, Wife A tiaby was born last Saturday ui^nt to the Kev and Mrs. Culbertson Mr CulberUon a pastor of tlic Full Gospel Musion church here. To Dedicate Hymnals The Swea City M. E. church will dedicate 70 new hymnals next Sunday morning at the regular worship service. The pastor will speak on the importance of music in the worship program of the church. at the home of Mrs. Sheldon Mer- maki-s their fourtii child j rill, Thursday afternoon, with Mrs. ('has. KtjJcr mess visitor !a; Mr. and Mis. is a/i Aigoria bus- i Saturday. U W. Fulu euter- taiu.-d yuesu from Apiinglon over the v/cek end. Uieaon of VVUtuar, Mmu., is '.Lilin- hii d.—'-.t.-r-i. M,-.. G Merrill and Mrs. Leslie I Jen ton us hostesses. Charlts Ja.cob.sen entertained the members of his threshing crew and their families at the Fred Jensen home Friday evening. Ice cream and cake were served. Louise Wolf wiio has been working at the home of her grandparents, thu Jake Wolfs of Bancroft is spending several weeks at the parental George Wolf home. Mr and Mrs. Cltm DoUon and Mr. and Mrs. Tom St. John spent Saturday and Sunday at Des Moines. They attended the state fair and the Dot&ons attended a family re- j:.:'jii on Sunday. Sufferers of STOMACH ULCERS < HYPERACIDITY DEFINITE RELIEF OR MONEY BACK THE WIIiABD TREATMENT hu brought prompt. deanlM relief 6> tbouuuttaof CMM of ttMtMfc and ff<« "•—••••i* Ky, and n due to other forms of A, H. BOBCHARDT Rectal Diseases Varicose Veins and Rupture I use the ambulant method in treating these conditions. 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 en 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 charges. At that time I con explain my method of treatment. Dr. S. W. Meyer, D. 0. GENERAL HOSPITAL. Algona, Iowa 21-tf "Sharp Stomach Pains Upset My Whole System" Neutralize Irritating icalds with A Jin Tablets. Help to prevent a sole, luMined itoruacb, yet tat what you want Adla gives relict or your money back. Says E. Hentges: "I tried a $1 25 bottle (three weeks' treatment) of Adla Tablet* under your guarantee. Now the paiu» are gou« and I eat acytblag." —li. W. Lu»by. Sewick home. The Methodist Ladles' Aid society meets Wednesday afternoon witl Mrs. J. G. Sewick, Mrs. W. H Schwietert and Mrs. Fred Jennings as hostesses. The C. O. Riddles spent Monday at the state fair in Des Moines Mary Jean McDonald accompanle< them to Ames to visit her aunt, Mrs. B. C. Kelson. The Charles Moyers, Terrll, visited Sunday at the Hans Koestler home. Junior Moyer, who hac spent a week with them, returned to his home with them. The Carl Bahlings and Mrs. Geo. Schroeder left Tuesday for Green-> field, where they were to visit relatives. They planned to attend the state fair on the way home. Mrs. Jasper Mawdsley, Algona, and her son, Dr. Howard Mawdsley, who Is visiting here from California were dinner guests Tuesday at the Mrs. Louisa Thompson home. Mrs. Leonard Schmidt and children, Bode, visited from Thursday to Sunday with Mrs. Scmidt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore. Mr. Schmidt came after them Sunday. Harry McChane and Clifford Lovstad left Saturday for Brlnkley, Arkansas, where they were to visit at the Prank Gibbs home. Mr. McChane lives on the Gibbs' farm north of Burt. Dr. and Mrs. R. H. Thompson and son went to Clear Lake Sunday, where they met Mrs. Thompson's mother and sister; Mrs. D. A. Chlt- tenden and daughter, Phoebe, Waverly, and spent the day together. Mr. and* Mrs. H. L. Sauerman and son, Jimmy, are to leave Wednes* day for their home at Slgfoumey, after spending several weeks here. Mrs, Saurman's mother, Mrs. Al Staehle, will accompany them for a week's visit. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Holding and Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Rledel attended the state fair over Sunday. The Holding children stayed with their J grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Alien, afrf the Rledel children stayed at the Henry ESwoldt home In Algona. Mrs. R. L. Cogdill spent last week at the E. A. Hanson home at Brlce- lyn, Minn. The Hansens brought her back Sunday and were dinner guests at the Henry Smith home. George Bahlmg, George Gerhard and A. F. carter were among the state fair visitors over the week end. CLAY COUNTY See the Famous Stokely Merry-Go-Round i At Our Booth In Floral Hall At The Kossuth County Fair In Algona, September 7 - 10th. Stokely Vegetables and Finite Are Sold by Reliable Grocers Everywhere. KENNEDY & PARSONS COMPANY Algona, Iowa Wholesale Grocers Before You Insulate Get These Facts On ZONOLITE The DEPENDABLE FOOL PROOF INSULATION Easy to install- An afternoons work brings Year Round Comfort. No more hot suffocating bedrooms; Goodbye to those big fuel bills. Save xo to 30 Percent Zonolite Is Easy To Install - Rats And Mice Can Not Work In It. Absolutely Fire And Rot Proof And Has A High Insulating Value. A Factory Representative Will Be In Town All Week. Come In And See Our Free Zonolite Demonstration. Botsford Lumber Co. Phone 256 Jim Pool

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