The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 16, 1937 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 16, 1937
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Th* Algona Opper DM Mo| P «, Afrom, torn, tout. 16.HOT LONE ROCK MEN UVESTI 0. M. Gross, W. C. Heiter • Among the Heavy Winners Lotie Rock: C. M. Gross captured many prizes at the Kossuth Co. fair with his Percheron horses. He received seven firsts, four seconds, two reserves, two juniors and two grand champions. W. C. Heiter received many prizes at the Kossuth fair last week. He received one first and two seconds with Hereford cattle; two firsts and one second on Pekin ducks; two firsts and one second on geese; and one first and two seconds on Barred 1 Rock chickens. Sick Woman Moved Mrs. Ernest Priebe, who has been seriously ill, was moved to the Carl Priebe, home, Fenton, last week. She is a little improved at this writing. On Way to California Gladys Bierstedt, who is emloy- «d at the Macumber cafe, left last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bierstedt, Burt, for a trip to California. Kathryn Stebritz Is •wteting at the cafe in her absence. Surprise Party A surprise birthday party was held last Thursday evening honor- log Mrs. Jack Quinn at her home. Attending were: Mrs. Frederick Schultz. Mrs. Jim Ackerman, Mrs. Raymond Bierstedt, Mrs. Aaron Keeland, Mrs, Merle Culbertson ttf*. DeiDeft Geiteeitauer, Mrs Wtelk Cofim*. Liverwibf*. Mrs tfftfrrtn Mtrlow, M«. «Vmnk Moirte heftier. Mr*. OH* Sanders and Mrs Fred Flaig. Elma Krueger accompanied Mrs Walter Jentz to Fairmont last Frl day. Robert Gladstone left last Wednesday to enter Dubuque University. The A. J. Neelands, Burt, spent Sunday evening at the Aaron Neelands. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Fisher, Des Moines. came Saturday to visit relatives. Dellina Rogers, who spent the >ast week at Chicago, arrived home Friday. The Oscar Blanchards, Titonka. spent Friday evening here visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Vant, Ban- •roft is spending this week at the B. Holllsters. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kluss. Car>enter. were Sunday guests of the D. W. Furnaus. Eugene Blanchard, Mason City, pent the week end at the parental M. Blanchards. Mrs. 1. W. Nelson and sons spent he week end at the Jess Hohen- teins. Amboy, Minn. The Jim Ackermans drove to Wesley Sunday visiting Muriel Long and Hiram Ackerman. Theo. Krueger and daughter, El ma, were Sunday guests of the Harvey Hlgleys. Emmetsburg. Mrs. Hattie Sprank and children and Anna Flaig were Sunday guests of the G. J. Burts, Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard were Sunday dinner guests of Mat- BURTN. Mire. Q. E. Brace, Supt.; J. D. Graham Is To Be Assistant Burl: At a meeting of the Meth odlst Sunday School board, held after church Sunday, the following officers for the coming year were elected: Mrs. O. E. Brace, super- ntendent; Jay D. Graham, assist- uit superintendent; Mrs. A. G Volentine, junior superintendent; Krs. C. B. Chipman. assistant; F. '... Ryerson, Temperance superin- endent; Mrs. L. E. Roetman, missionary superintendent; Gerald Ollom, secretary; Maxine Graham, assistant; Mrs. Lillian Sheldon, reasurer; Phyllis Brooke, librar- an; Mary Beth Coffin, assistant; Mrs. F. L. Pratt, pianist; Mrs. Lilian Sigler, assistant; Phyllis Jrooke, organist. Tatting tip Nursing Betty Walker leaves Thursday or Des Molnes, where she will take P nurse's training at the Methodist hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Carl •ahling Molnes. will take her to Des Guest* at Hobnorn Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Chamness and son, New Providence, and the!, daughter, Mrs. Reba Brown am daughter, Union, visited ff&rn Ffi day to Sunday at the D. T. Hobson home. Mr. Chamness Is Mrs. Hobson's brother. The Harry Hobsons Lone Rock, also spent Sunday a 1 the Hobson home. Barbara Thompson Home Barbara Thompson, who has been a patient at the University hospital at Iowa City for the past nine or ten months, was brought home on Friday for a few weeks' stay. She does not walk yet, but braces are being made for her and when she gets them, she will be allowed to walk. Barbara was stricken with Infantile paralysis about a year ago. Esther Bahllng returned last Wednesday from a trip In Wisconsin. The P. E. Puffers. Corwith, visited Sunday at the C. I. Mansmlth lome. The Leonard Schmidts, Bode. spent Sunday at the Paul Moore Rev. L. Richmanns were Sunday dinner guests at hte R. A. Sleich home. The Otis Sanders, _ ...... _____ were supper guests at the W. J. Lockwood home. home. The tie Warner and Eva Whitney, Burt. Mrs. Evelyn Earing attended • postmasters' meeting at the home of Herman Wise, Sexton, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Willrett, Algona. were Sunday afternoon and supper guests of the Frank Flaigs. Ewoidts Vera Morris, who is an instruct the parental Charles Morris horn The C. M. Gross family attend on „?"„, " ' , «nd ndlv Tuesd , E ' V «. g xr* FOSTER'S Buy your Furniture for the future as well as the present. Modern true beauty and enduring style and comfort can be found here ... Carload buying, carload freight enables us to sell for less. Living Room Suites- Sturdy built 2-piece suits as low as 49.50 See the new Krochler Suites " - * Bed Room Suites IS New Bed Room Suites Latest finishes and designs. 4-piece Suites, $49.50 and up Rugs Bigelows Carpets and Rugs New Fall Stock Buy now before the price advances Foster's Ada Fiene and Ruth Schmiel. o I Lotts Creek, were last Wednesda night guests of Laurena and Milt | red Laabs. Mrs. Eugene Pearson and Mrs Alex Krueger spent Jast Wednes day afternoon with Mrs. Virgi | Schroeder, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Gross had a Sunday dinner guests, Mr. and Mrs. George Gross, Ames, the C M. Gross family, and Mr. and Mrs I Lloyd Gross, Good Hope. Mrs. Russell Sharp and daughter | Joan, went to Granada. Minn., last week for a visit with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Peter Brendt. Mr | Brendt suffered a stroke. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Giesghuf, Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. James Nyman. and Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Anderson, Swea City, were Sunday din- 1 ner guests of the P. L. Persons. Gust FVaft, Mrs. Emil Krnft and daughter. Ruth, spent Sunday afternoon at the Fred Kulows, Sen- ecn. Gust Kraft spent the past week at the Hugo Gades, Algona. Mr and Mrs. Coin Gappa, Salem South Dakota, left for their home Saturday after spending the w*«h W th the Rev. S. M. Gladstones. Mrs. Gladstone Is a sister of Mr. Gapp. June Bierle, Rock Rapids, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Schmmel and daughter, Gloria and Wilhelmina Bowers, all of Rock Rapids spent the week end at the Charles Bierles. Mra. Arthur Priebe, brother Leon, and Mrs. Raymond Priebe Fenton, took their mother, Mrs! Martin Larson, who has spent the past two weeks here to her home Monday, at Decorah. The Lyle Mariows spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Newbrough. The A. D. Newbroughs had as Sunday dinner guests the Edward Blanchards. Irvington and the Lawrence Newbroughs. ei. M n'u Ilntl Mrs ' Berna rd Geiken, bnellsburg, were week end guests of the Henry Schroeders. Other Sunday dinner guests were Mr. und Mrs. F. F. Schroeder. Fenton and Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Wiener. Mr. and Mrs. John McNeil Algona. were Sunday afternoon 'callers of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer Mr. and Mrs. Dittmer and the Delmar Angus family. Algona were dinner guests of the R T Angus family. Frank Mat-umber. Mrs. Hattie Mohr, daughter Violak and Jim Biggins, all of Waterloo spent Sunday with Mrs. Macumber. She accompanied them to Whittemore helping Mrs. Macumber's father' Mielke. celebrate his 83rd brithday. Mr and Mrs. K. M. Jensen, Mr and Mrs. W J. Coyon and Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Jensen drove to Dclliver ast Thursday evening to the V L \\halens. helping Mr. Whalen ci-li-brute his birthday Other wt-re th. ; Oliver Stowes of Ucjllivcr. J'« k Thompson. Mii.ill son of Mr and Mrs. Russell Thompson H spending hi.-., va.-ution at the home ', h ' : '« n ""'l""< ; 'i^. Mr. and Mrs '•rt-'i \\fcgener. Mr. Thompson is '.'>>"'"«'<> northern Minnesota and ••Us. Ihompson is visiting relative;, in Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. F re d .Jetueii. son < alvm. Keiiton. Mr. and Mrs. Jim I "jury, daughter Madonna Swea < Hy. Kosella and Julia Uo, M y i iitn - crolt were .Sunday gucsU of Mr '•I'd MLS. Bernard Jensen. Mr and Mrs. John Mttzger, Algona were evening callers there. 'I'lu- M. O. kichurds family had as .Sunday dinner guest.-,. Mr. and MIS. t. A Richards and two sons I'ana, 111.; Mrs. Kliza Richards Algona. and Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Greenfield and daughter. Edith. Sexton. M O. Hichards visited the Wm. Hilsboroughi. Algona, Sunday tvening. ' 72 AT PICNIC REUNION, HELD NEARLUVERNE Wegner Families Turn to Baseball, Horseshoes Sunday LuVerne: A Wegner reunion was leld Sunday at the Chas. Hintz arm home with 72 relatives at- ending. A fine picnic dinner, rought by all, was served at noon nd the afternoon was spent seal ly with a baseball game and lorseshoe pitching for all those who ished to participate. This is an annual affair and is leld when some of those relatives Swaldt Wegners, Kansas City, the Clarence Blanchards. Dedham: the Sdward Beelies, Fort Dodge: Mrs. ship in the church by certificate of transfer or confession of faith will b« retfcrtfcd. The Sacrament of Baptism will be administered for adult* and children. A party consisting of Mrs. Elizabeth Salisbury, Fort Benton, Montana, Mrs. Mayme Stelrimatt, Good Hope, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Salisbury, Burt, left for Austin, Minn., Wednesday for a short visit with the Nathan Parrs, Mrs. Steinman remaining for a more extended stay. The Salisbury* will go on to Elkton, Minn., to visit the Will Spears. Mr. Spear has a responsible position there with a lumber company. From there Mrs. Elizabeth Salisbury will proceed to her home in Montana. Wife Stays Home From Trip, Finds Fire In Basement Swea City: The Jongbergs had vhat might have been a serious ire at their home west of town recently, caused by defective wiring. Urs. Jongberg was alone at the Ime, her husband having gone to a neighboring town shortly before he fire was discovered. She had ntended to go with her husband, ut had decided just before he left o remain at home. Not longer than an interval of five minutes later she thought she smelled rubber HI me K. A. burning. Investigating, she discovered the Lone Rock wires leading to the radio to be ' hot She disconnected the rad supposing there was a short som where in the wiring and went abo her work. Soon after, she sa smoke rising past a window whic proved to be coming from a has ment window. Snatching up pal she ran to the basement and afte a strenuous several minutes, su ceeded in extinguishing the fire be fore any great amount of damag had been done. The fire was getting a nice start n the joists and floor. The Jongberg home is one of the better an newer farm homes of this vicinity Roy Bravender left last Tuesda o continue his studies at Iowa State University. Miss Grace Berg of Algona spen Sunday with home folks, the And rew Berg family. Mr. and Mrs. Selmar Uhr wil entertain the Baptist young people at their home tonight Mr. and Mrs. Andy Van Alstine moved last week Monday from the John Bruce house to the Nyman apartments. Miss Marjorle Barger, who is teaching in Plum Creek township, spent the week end with her . W. Plttm Creek Club At Mrs. Rich Point: The Plttm Crtek Literary clot met at the home of Sadie Shilling, Wednesday afternoon. Elsie Willrett gave a paper on "Why Study". Laura Keen talked on "School Systems in Germany and Russia." Laura Bettcchoter gave a pa6» 6a "Spain and AmerieaX and Augusta Schultz gave a book review. John Weber and family were Clear Lake visitors Wednesday. Lucille Black, Minneapolis, came Friday evening to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Black. Miss Marge Johnson spent a few days visiting Dorothy MBrrit in Algona, and also attended thi fair last week In Algona. Thurman Warren, Bagle Qfoye, who farmed the John Krp*ldlng farm for a number Of yean, Hugh Black fa*t week. Read The Want Ads—It Pafa , . . Steil and daughter, Algona; llmer Emorys, Sexton: Fay Harmons. Bancroft and the Albert Neilsons. Burt, from out of town, iNensons. tiuri, irom out or town, "««» »ium OIUUA raua, wnere sne and the families of the following had spent several days visiting her fwf\rv\ *Uio ..!«;..:»... u T-v m_t sister ~Mra rMnurlA QrtlAl***. u*_ from this vicinity: H. D. Ristau, irom um vicinity: n. L>. Kistau, *>">«•• «»i». v~muue apiexer. KIT. Carl Swanson. Mike Stripling. Fred and Mrs - Fulls drove over Sunday, T .*>nf *r T> !*.iin «*i ii T .*«. «._ * __ _i j hrinplnp 'K^Tiaa TlravAv* t-mm « ».i»u. Lentz, Richard Wegner, Arnold W*tner, Harold Neilson, Percy Wegners and Mrs. Helena Stripling, Mike Wegner, Julius Stripling, Harold Riddle, Lloyd Hintz and Mrs. Fred Will. Ruth Neal, Clarion, 's visiting at the O. S. Alexanders, and Duanu Neals. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kraft and her mother, Mrs. Delbert Meyers, were at Lake Park visiting last week. Mrs. Arthur Riley was brought home Saturday to recuperate from an operation performed at Algona recently. Mr. and Mrs. John Seaman and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Zerbe of Wesley were Sunday guests at the Albert Schipulls. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Kubly spent Thursday and Friday at Calumet. Iowa, where they attended the 50th anniversary of the town. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Krause at an Algona hospital last week Thursday. The Krauses have one other son, Howard. The John Brinks and Mrs. Joaie Brink spent Sunday at the Percy Brinks. Titonka. Walter Peterson spent the week end with friends at Decorah. Lorrine Olson was a guest of friends at Thor over the week end. OCcS&CBSC GOOD HOPE NEWS H •fJtSfftftfffftftffflnfSffflf^ Dinner Next The Good Hope Ladies' Aid will serve one of their fimous chicken dinneis at the community room of the church next Tuesday evening beginning at 6 o'clock and continuing until all are cared for. Come one! Come all! Many Eagle Young Folks Visit Homes Armstrong: Nellie and Mary Ouerdet and Dorothy KnuUon and I^orrume Johnson, all students at Mankato Commercial College in Munkato, Minn., spent the week end at the respective Anton Guerdet. Kutben Knutson and Joe Johnson home's. ^Miss Alta DeBate* and friend, fcvelyn Gunderson, both registered nurses in the Mercy hospital, in Chicago, spent the week end at thu home of Miss DeBates' mother Mrs. Kruucis DeBatea. Mi.-i.s Florence Blekfcld, who ut- lenda busineab college in Waterloo, visited a few days here with her Ur Mrs. Ted Johnson. \V. I. Iiodds is at the Clay County Fair this week assisting Claude Set-ley in the display of his blooded horses. Mr and Mrs. Nathan Parr and daughter, Marilyn of Austin. Minn . spent last week end with Mrs. Mayme Steinman and the Earl Stfinmans. Mr. and Mr.-*. Otto Laabs were at Rochester. Minn, last week. Mrs. Laabs was at the Mayo hospital for examination and treatment for an arthritis condition. Mrs. Jtanetie Cook Barker who i.s visiting her sister, Mrs. Torn Reid returned a week ago last Fri day from a visit with friends at Geneva, Waterloo and Cedar Rapids. Word from Bernite Oodds who entered the Methodist hospital at Kioux City the first of the month for nurse training, expresses her pleasure and deep interest in her work. A congregation which filled tb* church listened with profit to an inspiring message delivered by Marvin Burgess, Benson, Minn., a young divinity Htudent, who has been working at the Frank Cruikshanks for several weeks this summer. Mr. and Mr». Ben Reid and daughters, Dorothy, Zelda and Benita. and Mrs. Reid's mother, Mrs. Augusta Mittag. drove to Vln ton, Sunday to return Zelda to the School for the Blind. Zelda had been borne for the funeral services for her uncle. John Reid. Sunday. Sept. 26, will be the laat >crvices of the conference year of ;ood Hope and Whittemore M. E. churcHvs. Those desiring member- Jr., will return to . . , ., Iowa City next Sunday where he will resume his work at the Iowa University. This will be D. W.'s first year in the study of law. Miss Meta Dreyer returned last week from Sioux Falls, where she sister. Mrs. Claude Spieker. Mr. bringing Miss Dreyer home with them on Monday. Miss Luctfto B*r* loft last Monday for Storm Lake where she will enter Buena Vista college. Miss Berg graduated from Waldorf junior college and has taught two years. She will major in mathematics at Buena Vista. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Rinderknecht and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Geiken, from Shellsburg, were here over the week end visiting friends and relatives. Mrs. Rinderknecht is a daughter of Peter Ehlers and n sister of Mrs. Peter Helmke. Open House, Sunday, At Dale Struthers, Enjoyed by Many Doan: Mr. and Mrs. Dale Struthers held open house Sunday afternoon and evening to their friends and relatives. They recently moved into their remodeled home, which is modern In every way. but electricity and is wired for it. A lunch was served the guests. Their friends congratulate them on their fine home and may they have many happy years in it. 900 Nanirw in Quilt Members of the Doan Aid began quilting Monday on the name quilt, recent;v pieced which has 500 names on it. Buy Titonka Finn Mr. and Mrs. Henry Baade recently purchased a farm near Titonka. occupied by Andrew Han- .sen and the Baades will take possession March 1st. The Wm. J. Martineks spent Sunday with the O. M. Schmitz family of Clear Lake. The Emmet Paetz and A. B. Vcnteicher families spent Saturday at Hollandale and Austin, Minn. The Clarence Seefeld family of Burt were callers at the A. J. Martinek and Dale Struthers homes on .Sunday afternoon. L. K. Krantz took Elsa Hutchison who has been visiting her aunt. Mrs Bryan Asa, the past month, to her home in Waterloo lant Friday. Mrs Wolf of Washington state, who was railed here by the illness and death of her brother, John Altwugg, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Ruth Sparks. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Strulhers of Sulphur Springs spent Sunday with their various relatives here. Mrs. Struthers is music instructor In the schools there. Gladys Paetz. who is employed by the Sioux City Seed Co., which recently moved to Mankato, Minn spent Saturday night and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mr«. Emmet Paetz and returned to Mankato Sunday evening. A number at old friends and neighbors attended the funeral of Mrs. Gurfelia Johnson, mother of Frank Johnson. Monday afternoon S«pt. 13, at the U. E. church in Wesley. Many years ago she and tier family were residents of this locality. Mrs. Minkel Wins Swea City: The finals for the local x-nuia tournament were played last Sunday afternoon.l. Mrs. Minkel won over Mm. Gail Johnson in the women's singles and Wayne Griffith won over Gayl Johnson in the men's singles. iMISBACITS FOR MIEN'S For Men Of Standing A well groomed appearance betokens an orderly mind and efficient performance that wins. A Curlee suit will give you that appearance. AU over America you'll find men of the highest standing wearing Curlee Clothes for their correct styling, perfect fit and comfort. Many have several suits, because the man who is doing things must lind comfort in the clothes he wears. The new styles for this season are very attractive. All the new models and fabrics—all pure wool— and every suit has two pairs of pants. Curlee methods assure you a perfect fit and much longer wear than you expect. 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