The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 9, 1937 · Page 6
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, September 9, 1937
Page 6
Start Free Trial

JOHN H.REID FUNERAL HELD LASTTUESDA Beloved Good Hope Man Passed Away On Saturday Good Hope: John Henry Reid, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Reid, was born in Butt township, Kossuth county, Iowa, August 23, 1879, and died at 8:40 o'clock Saturday evening. Sept. 4. 1937, at his home in Good Hope community. When the deceased was eight years of age the family moved to the present Ben Reid farm. About 1902 the parents moved to Algona. the grown children remaining on the farm. On March 9. 1904, Mr. Reid was united in marriage to Ida Knoll. The young couple resided on the home farm until 1910 when they moved to the present home, where they have since resided. Born to this marriage were three children all of whom survive: Harvey E., at home; Raymond L., of Algona, and Alden M lf at home. Five years ago the deceased was stricken with the disease which despite the efforts of medical science ultimately resulted in his demise. Mr. Reid has been a consistent member of the Good Hope church since the year of his marriage, he and his bride uniting with the organization on the same date. The in- The Algona Upper Pea Moiaes, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 3,1937 t,EE MILES. AC'E RACE PHXTT, KILLED IN CRASH— Cleveland. Ohio—September 2: Shedding the wings of his swift racing plane as he banked sharply around a pylon at a 200-mile- an-hour clip at Ithe Cleveland <O.) airport. Lee Miles. 37, of Fort Worth. Texas, was instantly killed in the resulting crash. The fuselage hurtled on through the air, spinning like a top. for 500 yards to smash through a woods before buckling to a stop against three trees. Miles, who was making; a qualifying flight in preparation for the National Air Races, flew without a parachute and would not have had a chance to use one had he worn it, witnesses said. Miles was one of the outstanding racing pilots of the country. He once held the title of No. 1 racing pilot and in 1934 set a world's record of 209 miles an hour for a 100-kilometer distance. John Altwegg Rites Saturday Funeral services for John A. Altwegg, long-time resident of Kos- stith county, were held Saturday afternoon at Rntfrsnen, and Interment was in Rlvervfew cemetery in Algona. Mr. Altwegg was a son of pioneer Kossuth residents, the late Jennie and Jacob Altwregg. He was born Nov. 8, 1869, and passed away at his home in Ruthven, Thursday morning, Sept. 2. He lived with his parents on a Plum Creek »farm unttl his marriage to Isletta Maude Laird, and the couple then farmed near Ledyard, and later Lakota. Mrs. Altwegg passed away some 30 years ago. Surviving are two sons and four daughters, Myrta of Perry, Iowa. Hazel of Boise, Idaho, James of Algona, Bernice and Zada at home, and Wilfred of Harrisburg, Pa. Mr. Altwegg had lived in Rnthven the past 14 years. Mrs. Ruth Sparks of Wesley and William Altwegg, Algona, are sister and brother of the deceased. Parent* Might Well Set the Example fluence of his character both within the church and upon the community has always been for the highest type of living and his passing is a personal loss to the large circle of neighbors and acquaintances who so highly esteemed him. Besides his widow, Ida Reid, and Madonna Quinn is Bride— Madonna Quinn and Roland White were married. Wednesday morning, at the Catholic church. Father Ahmann performed the single ring ceremony. Mrs. Charles Mrs. W. \V. White of Iowa Falls. He attended the state university in 1931 and 1932. and graduated from the Iowa State Teachers' College in 1936. Last year he attended the university law college. He is a the children previously mentioned he is survived by two sisters and three brothers: Mrs. Elizabeth SsS- isbury. Fort Benton. MonL: Mr?. Mayme Steinman. Ben W. Re:d .\z.-i Tom A. Reid. Good Hope: Jame? A Reid, Armstrong: and \Va-'.er 5 Reid. DCS Moines. There U :cf granddaughter, also. Adris J '."•;. daughter of Mr. and Mr* F.ivn: -r-i Reid. Funeral services \vere h^Ni i" Good Hope church at t«9 oVK-i..-* Tuesday. Sept. 7, Rev. Ail-in H. Wood officiating. The music wi* furnished by Mrs. Fred G«igel and '. >t the Masonic quartette of Algona.' :\t- Pall bearers were \V. I. Dodds. R. • A. Harvey and Hugh McMahon. A. du Charme of Gross* Point , member of Phi Gamma Delta. Farms. Michigan, was the matron ] Lambda Gamma Nu and Phi Delia of honor, and Joel M. Herbst. brother-in-law of tbe bride, was the b*st nan. Tfc* bride wone a brown woo! •.rirr,m?d with Bar- f'^r. with fer-jwrt accessories i J '^fj < ?c of talisman .- •>:" h-.'rv.T -,v?re a -.r-m-rre.i :n P>?r- i.i'.'k :iC'- - «*sor-.'fs. f Joivir.n i , Good Hope; J. F. Overmyer. Algona; O. H. Engstrom, Elmore. and H. J. Rice, Lone Rock. Interment was in Riverview cemetery. Relatives attending the funeral from away were Mrs. Elizabeth Salisbury, Fort Benton. Mont; Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. Reid and son, Walter J. of Des Moines. and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Salisbury of Tipton, Iowa. •y-i.i ivr-rf! r"'.>r :h'_= b-ri'.! i! p-'irty i- t:-..> B!'M Rcirm of Hotel Algeria. Tb*? br:'ii? i? *h-? '.i.:iushter of Mr^. J. Quinn. A!zon:i. In 1931 she ;itt«?'_i th? 5tate university and wit? affiliated with the Kappa Alpha Theta sorority. In 1934-35 she Phi fraternities at the university. Mr. and Mrs. White will be at home in Des Moines after a short wedding trip and Mr. White will attend Drake law college. Family Dinner- Mr and Mrs. Lee Reed entertained at a family dinner. Sunday after- r<x>n. Guests were Mrs. Ben Reed And Mr and Mrs Monson Stewart of Yi:-kton. South Dnkota. who had ;mrr:*-' ,-irrived Saturday night. Mr. and Mr<=- Stewart McKay of Eagle Grove ikf ist who arrived Sunday morning, and Mr. and Mrs. Fay Reed of Sioux Falls, who al=o arrived Sunday morning. The guests left for their homes Monday. attended the State Teachers' College and was a member there of the Delta Phi Delta sorority. For the last two years she has been theatre cashier at the Call Theatre. The groom is the son of Mr. and Dinner Party- Mrs. W. E. Hawcott entertained at a dinner party at her home at 5:30 Monday evening honoring Mrs. W. H. Ryno of Fort Dodge. Other guests were Irene Lamuth of Fort Dodge, and Mrs. L. W. Bode of Union and Bessie Hopkins. Bt Y OR SELL, Algona Upper Don Moine* want ads have the readers, and bring re suits. The NEW CALL AND ^COMFORTABLE OOL'NTY FAIR WKEK SPECIALS Xo\v .Slio\viii<r Kay Francis in "CONFESSION" Farr-Louis Fight Pictures—15 Rounds Friday-Saturday, Sept. 10-11 Ramon Novarro in "THE SHIEK STEPS OUT" plus Fair Louis Fight Pictures—15 Rounds I'ru-i", Matinrr lOr-SOc; NiRht Utc-ZT*- Sunday-Monday, Sept. 12 13 So New—It's a Year Ahead! lirls J with George Murphy Binnip Rarnas Lotts Creek Wins Pitching Battle, 1-0 In a 12-inning duel between Keene. pitcnTng for Lotts Creek and Kuecker for West Bend, Lotts Creek triumphed over West Bend by the icore of 1 to 0. In the last of the twelfth R. Gross singled and Edw. Wittkopf doubled sharply to center field to score Gross and end the battle, winning for Lotts Creek. Keene established some sort of a record for himself by pitching 30 consecutive innings for Lotts Creek and was scored on only once. In these thirty innings he pitched to 11T> men. struck out 41 men. allowed 18 hits, walked 3 and hit by pitched ball none. One run was scored. Kuecker pitched for West Bend and w.i.s in excellent condition strik- i ins out 11 men ami giving 7 hits. 40 Gathered At Butterfield Home Union: B'orty relatives gathered at the Albert Butterfield home last .Sunday ;md enjoyed a covered dish luncheon at noon. The gathering was in honor of Albert Butterneld's sister. Mrs. Clara Moore and her daughters, Alice and Ruth and the hitter's husband all of Kewanee, III. Mrs. Pratt Hostess For Guest at Burt Burt: Mrs. F. L. Pratt entertained at a one o'clock luncheon last week Tuesday in honor of Mrs. H. L. Sauermann. Sigourney, who was here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al Staehle. Other guests were Mr-s Staehle. Mrs. H. O. Buell, Mrs. P. F. Kriethu, Mrs. L. A. Boettcher, Mrs. Helen Peters, Mrs. D. L. McDonald, and Mrs. K. J. Smith. Mrs, Smith received the prize for high score at bridge and Mrs. Sauerrnann waa given a guest prize. LOST STKAYEIJ STOLEN BUY TBADE LOAN LET THE WANT AI»S WORK YOU ?c A WOKU PAID IV ADVANCE 3c (IfARGED MJMMIM Reach 3,500 Buyers With A. U. D. M. Want Ads $100 In A wards Go To Golfers, Sunday The Algona "Open" golf tournament, with all the trimmings except any $10,000 prizes, will be played Sunday at the local course. But. the committee adds, there will be almost enough prizes to go around, about $100 worth in all, donated by local merchants. The tournament will be played In flights of eight, after a nine hole qualifying round. An entry fee of $1 is being charged, and invitations have been sent to all neighboring clubs to send men here for the event. The event is open to anybody wishing to enter. Qualifying rounds may be played Sunday morning, and the flights will get under way In the afternoon. After each flight of match play, the remaining four will compete in medal play in foursomes. WMEMBtR WHAT YOUR. PAD&Y SATS/ ALWAV* — AND t MEAN ALWAYS —— STAY ON THE SIDEWALK AND HP YOU MUST CROSS AND ALWXVS REMEMBER LOOK RIOHt ANO»U*t- &WHT BEFOMZ YOU cttoss AMt> AHVAY5 B6 AB-tO-lttfl-tV USETHE _ AND Dorfrur ME HEAK1WT YOU CHOKED IN TMI MIOCU '.> MINUTES lAWt, f f-THE Bid — HYPOCRITE / Tratatri I Over 300 Attend Lutheran Mission Fenton: A vrey large number attended the mission festival at St. John's Lutheran church Sunday, which was held on the public school lawn. The Rev. Walter Wegener of Emmetsburg and the Rev. P. J. Braner of Algona were the speakers at the morning services and the Rev. A. J. Kallsen of Ocheydan spoke during the afternoon services. Visitors came from Lone Rock, Burt, Algoan. Whittemore. Fairville, Ringstcd, Lotts Creek and Emmetsburg. The ladles of the congregation served dinner to 300 at noon. The Little German band from Lotts Creek furnished the music and led the singing. The Rev. R. W. Kabelitz is pastor of the local church. Marlow Reunion Held Last Week Lone Rock: A Marlow reunion waa held at the A. H. Hutchinsons Sunday. Those from here attending were the Hugh, Lemuel and Dell Marlow families, Mrs. Mary Culbertson and son, Danford, the Eldon Marlows, Mrs. Melvin Hawks, and children, the Paul Olsons, the Frank Meyer family, the Lloyd Hutchinsons, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. John Newbrough. Seventy- five attended. Burt Girls On Air Over Minnesota Radio Burt: Miss B*ul;ih and Martha Gilford accompanied Sam Lovstad to northern Minnesota last week. Sam visited relatives at Huffman, Minn., and the girls stopped off at Fergus Falls, Minn., to visit their sister. Zelma, who is employed there. Beulah and Zelma sang /or a 15-minute broadcast from the Fergus Falls radio station Friday evening. Christenson Exhibits At Ft. Dodge, Algona Lone Rock: The Christenson & Son Polled Hereford cattle are being exhibited this week at Fort Dod'{e and also at the Kossuth fair. Bernard and Mainard Genrich are helping at Fort Dodge, and Mervyn Christenson is at Algona. Will Christenson went to Cresco, Friday, and moved his herd of Hampshire sheep to the Kossuth fair at Algona. At the Cresco fair he took six firsts, three seconds and two thirds. Opens New Shop Edna Gilmore has opened a new beauty shop at her home on South Minnesota street. She formerly operated a shop there for a number of years, but sold out a year ago to Dorothy Wilson, who has been operating there the past year. Edna has furnished her shop with all nc-w equipment Mrs. Wilson plans to open a .shop elsewhere. 26 Seek Jobs Woid cornea from Lt. Wayne Hardrnan of the Bancroft CCf. camp that enlistment periods of some 26 men will expire soon, und the commandant is very anxious to get them placed in jobs, if any are open. He says the men are industrious, anxious to work, anu that anyone with an opening for them should contact him at once. Young Mother Dies West Bend: Relatives were called to Fort Dodge Tuesday, by the serious illness and death later of Mra. I,oui4 Krug. She was operated on two weeks ago for appendicitis and they were to bring her horae Wednesday. She leaves a three weeks old baby beside older children. The funeral arrangements are incomplete. Trinity Lutheran Ohuzch B. J. Briuier, pit»tur German services at i* x m. Sunday School at 10 a. m. Eutflioh service* at 10:30 a. rn. Teachers and studenU of the Al- goua schools a;-e cordially invited to worship with us. Robt. Taylor, Eleanor Powell in "Broadway Melody of 1938", Call Theatre, Sept. 12-13, Iowa Sept. 14 Kenneth Prater To Enter Iowa Mr. and Mrs. John Fraser spent several days last week in Des Molnas, attending the state fair, and visiting their daughter, Arline, who works for a finance company- there. Their toft, Kenneth, went with them, and on the way back registered at lowm State College, where he will be a freshman this fall. John fins been kept doubly busy snice the first of the year with his duties as supervisor and running his farm sduthwest of Algona. His son's Intentions are to take up electrical engineering, John stated. FairvfewGirl To Take Up Nursing Corwlth-Faivlew: Miss Elaine Chambers was hostess to a theatre- slumber party last Wednesday evening in honor of Miss Wilma Merriam, who left later in the week to take up nurses' training at the Mercy hospital In Mason City. The aarty was also" honoring Miss Thelna Chambers, who will leave soon :o begin her second year at Iowa, State College, Ames. ' West lend Folk* Guests &t Picnie West Bend: The Hakes Co. entertained their employees and famines at a picnic at Silver Lake, Monday, Labor Day. The one* going from the West Bend plant were: Mr. and Mrs. Myron Boas, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lawman. Mt*. and Mrs. Wilbur Justice, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Munson. Mr. and Mrs. Rons Vaux and two children, John Nessen, Otto Needing, Jim Walker, Glen Blafr, Jay Dunn, Kenneth Miller anti others. ' Bud Quinn To Wed A. story carried in the LeMars Sentinel, recently, stated that L. A. (Bud) Quinn, former Algona boy, who has been managing the Lampert Yards at Merrill, has resigned, and Intended to be married and accept a position in Richmond, Virginia. TWO DRIVERS FINED Two truck drivers with the Crowley carnival shows were fined in Justice P. A. Danson's court, Tuesday, on charges of Improper lights. Each paid fines of $2 and costs of $2.25, C. S. Johnson HARDWARE • Campbell Furnaces Quaker Oil Burners Furnace and Stove Repairs Smoke Pipes Prompt Service 36-39 TRY AND .MATCH THESE— Kissimmee, Florida—Charles Crisp (lefti and \V-iyne G. Miller (right> are shown holding a few of the Big Mouthed Baas caught at Lake Tohopekaiige, Florida recently. The largest was 9'-j pounds. How does this compare with your record for the summer? Back From Norway Ottosen: Clara Thorsen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Thorsen, returned home Thursday after spending a month's vacation in Norway where she visited relatives in eluding her aged grandmother. Miss Thorxen enjoyed the trip very much arid brought home many souvenirs lor herself and friends. Miss Thorsen returned to her duties in Bt. Paul Tuesday. Licenses To Wed Two wedding licenses were issued Tuesday and Wednesday of this week in the clerk of court's office here. Harold Hesvick and Vernette Ditsworth, Hwea City, were granted a license, Sept. 6, and Bernard Arndorfer and Ann Siemer, Cor with and Wesley, obtained one Sept. 7. Mr. und Mr*. Frank Ewter and sons, Vincent ami James, went to Casselton, North Dakota, to attend the funeral of Mr. Esser's brother, Michael, last Saturday. They returned .Sunday night. Mr. and Mr*. L. J. -NeUon went to Rice Lake, Wisconsin. Sunday, to attend funeral services on Monday for the wife of Mrs. Nelson's brother. They returned late Monday evening. Sufferers ot STOMACH ULCERS »; HYPERACIDITY' DEFINITE RELIEF Oil MONEY BACK A. H. BOBCUABOT 1937 Buick Coupe, new, at Discount 1937 Chevrolet Deluxe Town Sedan Used. Big Discount 1936 Chevrolet Master Town Sedan 1935 Chevrolet Standard Coach 1934 Chevrolet Master Sedan 1934 Chevrolet Master Coach 1934 Ford Deluxe Coach 1932 Ford V 8 Coach. 1929 Chevrolet Sedan 1931 Chevrolet Coupe 1929 Chevrolet Coupe Three Used Trucks Several Cheap Jobs, $25 and up ('heck for price with u> mi any ]ncc-]i;mic;il work. Als-i Fender ami Hoiiy Repairing and Painting WE TRADE EASY TERMS Prompt Delivery on New Chevrolet Kossuth Motor Co. Phone 200 N. Dodge Street III WE HAVE THEM! the 1938 PACEMAKER SPEED MODEL TYPEWRITERS CORONA All read} r for the opening of school, or for all your writing jobs at home, A model for every purse. Handsome, sturdy, easy to operate. Come in and try one out today. >»> UNDERWOOD Portables, made by the largest typewriter firm iu the world . . . new 1938 models here, touch control, streamlined for beauty, accuracy, and each one guaranteed. SEE THEM ON DISPLAY AT THE Algona Upper Des Moines

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,900+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free