The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 16, 1937 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 16, 1937
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y » The Algoftft gppgf P« Mbift^ Algona, lo**, 8*pt. jfr KRDGR1TCS AT WOT BEND Young Mother, 28, Leaves Husband and Five Children West Bend: Services for Mrs Louis Krug, whose death was mentioned in Tuesdays paper, were •field from the Methodist church, •with Rev. C. K. McNary conduct- Ing, Friday. Burial was in the West Bend cemetery. Violet Salisbury was born at Cylinder, March 24, 1909, and lived there until her marriage to Louis Krag, Oct. 10, 1927. She passed away at Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge, Sept. 7, 1937, aged 28 years, five months and 13 days. She leaves to mourn her loss, her husband and five children, the oldest 9 years, and the youngest three months old; also her mother, Mrs. Jim Salisbury and seven sisters and brother. One sister, Mrs. Lloyd Jacobs, lives in West Bend. Mrs. Axel Hansen and Mrs. John Cunningham have been at Emmetsburg the past week, serving on the Jury in district court. Stephen Williams left Thursday for Canton, Missouri, where he will Again teach piano and organ in Cul- SENECA NEWS vsxtctoa&nsa Mr. and Mrs. Clem Dotson and son, Vernon, spent Sunday with relatives in Minneapolis. James Doocy is driving a new Ford V-8 purchased from the Bell Motor Co.. In Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Banwart of Rodman were dinner guests at the Tom St. John home, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James Doocy at- ended the Minnesota state fair at Minneapolis the latter part of the past week. Mrs. Sheldon Merrill. Mrs. Robert Burt and Mrs. Clem Dotson at- ended the Ladles' Aid meeting at he Andrew Burt, Jr., home near Armstrong, Friday afternoon. Mrs. George Anderson and their hildren and Mrs. Chris Nielsen and hildren, of Chicago, are spending everal weeks at the home of their mother, Mrs. E. M. Gardner, and with other friends and relatives. ver-Stockton College. Wm. Banwart of Elgin, m, was visiting relatives here the past week, and also greeting old friends. Mr. Banwart was a merchant here a few years ago. Olsen Reunion Fenton: A family get-together was held at the Martin Olsen home ear Haifa, Sunday. Those pres- nt were: Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mit- lell, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Pederson, Ir. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell and amily, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mlt- lell and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Long and daughter, Marlys. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Milford Mitchell and family. More Horses Die In Fairview From Sleeping Sickness Farvlew-Corwith: Sleeping sick ness continues to take Its toll amon the horses of the community. Ir south Fairview, two of Bernar Wolfe's horses have died, one a the Ruger farm, one of Fran Chamber's horses, and also two o Raymond Myers. New cases ar reported daily. Going to California Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hardcop plan on leaving the latter part o the week for a three weeks' trip to California to visit Mrs. Hardcopfs mother, who lives In Glendale, Calif Visit In Michigan Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Mullin and son, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Mullins left Sunday in a car for a week's visit In Michigan at the home o: the Mullins' daughter. Mrs. W. S. Hunt and Elsie visited at the Harold Evans home Monday of last week. Mrs. C. F. Ferris and son. Earl, of Fort Dodge visted last week at the home of Mrs. Ferris' sister, Mrs. Harvey Enfield. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Masterson Mr. and Mrs. Emil Bleckwenn and daughter Norms Jean, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Christensen and son, Mrs. Hans Christensen and son, Earl, of Haifa and Ruth Berkeland. HUG - TITE If there is an advertised $4.00 shoe that is really worth J4.00 then Hug-Tite as a $4.00 value would be entitled to first place. The ladies all say it sure takes the cake. The way Hug-Tite high ties and new style pumps are selling we think it is taking the whole bake shop. They are sure going over in a big way. And best of all you get them at Neville's for S££8. They are elegant fitters, rich in fine shoe making and a quality product by Charles Meis Shoe Co. of Cincinnati. They make some of our other $2.98 slippers look like $1.98. And that is just why we have marked down almost 200 pairs to $L9S. This lot consists of dress and sport slippers. They are worth from $2.98 to $3.50, but are not moving fast enough to suit me, so out they go, any pair, any size at SUM. In this lot you get quality slippers and save $1.00 to $1.50 on each pair. Another lot of 150 pairs we have marked down to (1.49. These are mostly Myers Shoes, Good standard quality, will give lot* of wear, and are neat and comfortable on your feet This Is a clean up as many pairs are worth double what we ask for them. At $1.49 you get a real bargain. These are all up-to- date slippers. Not an old out of style pair of slippers in Neville's store. We do not keep them long enough to get old. Just bought another 30 dozen of Peters Work Shoes. This makes 90 dozen men's shoes and oxfords from Peters since July 15th. Jimmie Neville and Lois Jean, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Williams and little son went fishing Sunday at the dam near Humboldt Frances Chambers spent the week end at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Chambers. Frances is teaching school at West Bend. Miss Wilma Merriam spent Saturday night and Sunday at home. Wilma has been taking a course in nurse's training at the Mercy hospital at Mason City. A picnic dinner and wiener roast was held Sunday at the Bill Johnson home, in honor of their daughter, Betty's birthday and also the birthday of Dorothy Stevens of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Masterson. Margaret and Frances visited at the Alvin Gruf home in Buffalo Center. Sunday. The Masterson family and Gruf family were neighbors while living in Dallas county. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Evans are spending the week at Woolstock, where they are looking after the home and chores while Harold's uncle is showing his horses at the Minnesota state fair. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Johnson received a telegram Saturday morning stating that the opening of the school for the deaf at Council Bluffs, where Miss Betty attends, had been postponed indefinitely on account of the infantile paralysis epidemic there. News items of Fenton Vicinity Walter Krame* Host* Mr. and Mrs. Walter Krause entertained at dinner and five tables of five hundred, Sunday evening. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Frank, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newel, Mr*, and Mrs. Walter Jentt, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Krause, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Mueller, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Jentz, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Je- cobs of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Hanna of Lone Rock. E. J. Frank won the high score prize and Mrs. Frank, the cut prize. Stork at BoIUnger* Mr. and Mrs. George Bellinger are the parents of a 9 pound daughter, born on Sunday, Sept. 12. Mrs. Minnie Dreyer Is caring for the mother and baby. The Bellingers now have two girls and two boys n the family. W. E. Stoeber is confined to his bed with arthritis. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schlei attended a festival in Klemme, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Dehnert of AiVerne visited at the F. H. Bohn lome, Sunday. Jens Nordahl visited Dr. Dodson .t Britt, Sunday. Dr. Dodson is a ormer Fenton doctor. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Madden and laughter visited at the George Maden home at Haifa, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Selwert of ifinneapolis were week end vis- tors at the Wilfred Stoeber home. Carrol Wander of Des Moines pent Wednesday night with his arents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Wand- r. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Miller of Ingsted were Sunday dinner guests t the Clyde Humphrey home Sun- ay. Mrs. [ary Ann and Mrs. E. K. Johnston hildren were Algona shoppers Sat- rday. Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod and Mrs. J. . Schwartz visited Mrs. E. A. F. H. Bohn and daughter, Burt News Weisbrod in Whittemore Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Willrett and family visited with Mrs. Wlllretf*s brother. A J. Wibben and family near Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dreyer and daughters. Alvina and Ruth, were Sunday visitors at the Mrs. Elsie Dreyer home. Fernandes Fauerby, who spent two weeks with his aunt, Mrs. Paul Hecht in Chicago, returned home Monday morning. The confirmation class of St. Rosemary, were Sunday dinner guests at the parental William Stamer home. Mr. and Mr*. W. J. Weisbrod entertained the Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Snyder and daughter, Phyllis and Warren at a six o'clock dinner on Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz took their son, James back to Garner on Sunday evening. James has been assisting Editor Frank Clark for the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Yager returned from the Iowa state fair last week end and are now visiting their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Wegener and family. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Stevens and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Rolland of Pomona, California, visited Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Purvis at Vernon Center, Minn., Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. WIHiam Eberling of Elgin, HI., visited from last week Wednesday to Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Philip Weisbrod. Mrs. Weisbrod Is a cousin of Mr. Eberling. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Weisbrod and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joe McGovern and son, Mickey of Whittemore were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. J. C. Kresensky in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Zumach and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Theesfleld returned home this week Tuesday night after a two weeks' visit with relatives in Illinois and Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Rotland of Pomona, Calif., visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Stevens from Saturday to Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Rolland are uncle and aunt of Mr. Stevens. Mr. and Mrs. Don Brown and daughter. Donna Claire of Estherville visited at the parental Chas. Glaus home Sunday. The Browns will leave next week for California to make tehir home. evening to visit her mother, Mrs Carrie Volgt, until Sunday. Ardis Is third grade teacher in the THon- kn school and the school was dismissed Friday so those who Wished could attend the Kossuth county fair. John's Lutheran church of Depew went to Algona Saturday to have their pictures taken. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde McCannish of Infield, Ind., visited Mrs. Frances Lakln at the John Espe home, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. McCannish are custodians at a religious recreational center in Infield. Rally day was observed in the Fenton Methodist church Sunday. Each member of the classes who was one hundred per cent in attendance received a Bible marker. There were a number who received the gift Miss Ann Finn, music and English teacher in the Fenton school, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Finn at Geneva. Sunday, her parents and sister Gwynetha, brought her back to Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. William Bleich of Burt visited the tatter's brother and sister-in-law, Mir. and Mrs. Herman Bohn Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod and Mr. Bohn, who was seriously ill, is H ERE'S a real money-saving opportunity to equip jour home with those world- famous AladdinKerosene (Coal Oil) Mantle Lamps. Hrinj; in any old lamp, any sort or condition, and we'll j:ive you the surprisingly liberal allowance of $I.UO on it, to apply upon the purchase price of any st>Ie Aladdin you «na> select. Bruit; in as many as you please, as long as you buy an equal number of Aladdins. Certainly, you can now well afford all the joys and comforts Aladdin li^ht will bring to every member of jour household. VC'hy Strain your e>ej under the hint, yellowish glow of the old si>lc liat-wiik lamp, when jou can have this modem ubile light at such a substantial sa>iny.' Uou't wait — ait todj) ! If you act QUICK you may secure this Amazing New 1937 . . . (4.95 Aladdin Kerosene Mantle Lamp All Al-^AfU,. t ., nn ^ !,..._ .t - . . . • for only Cash, Mid «ny old Lamp el any kind, twt or condition. Aladditi I-^uips b*ve tbc»e ouf- 04 fcatuxe* — Hutu keiuscac Oil) lot JO hours oa a kiuglc »•— -J. Give »a abundance of syfi, •cllow, white light — near sunlight in quality. Absolutely »a/c. Burns 94% at/. Vcfy ccooomic*!. No odor, oaue. truck* or uoubie. No •—tin*. Light* with ui*lib iu a u. Simplicity j'ucll. -uliful ->rn,f»icd Whit^o 1m or (.!«*• Sludri it 1*11 K*u* <c»l DON'T WAITI Brtag to Your Old Lamp HOW! TABLE • HANGING • BRACKET AND FLOOR LAMPS) In • OTM* Vwioty of Colon mat Flafahoo from •Men to Cboos*. Kohlhaas & Spiiles The D. L. McDonald's visited at he John McDonald home at Emmetsburg, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Philips, Algona, were Sunday supper guests at the R. L. Cogdill home. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Inlay. Lakota, spent the week end with Mrs. Inlays father, George Gray. The H. E. Rachuts visited Mr. Rachut's mother, Mrs. Wm. Rachut and a brother at Manly, Sunday. Eugenia May Krlethe went to Des Moines Monday to attend a rushing party at Drake University. The Art Fandals spent Sunday at Smmetsburg at the home of Mrs. Pandal's brother, Douglas Brennan. Mra. Ljiura Sewick and son. Elbert, left Tuesday for Freeport, Hi., where they will visit Mrs. Sewick's sister. Mr?. Edwin Allen and two children. Swea City, spent Saturday at the G. C. Alien and Clifford Holding homes. Mrs. L. D. Hodgson and daughters. Esther and Ruth, visited at the L. V. McWhorter home in Algona Sunday. Mrs. Cecil Godfredson and her children. Swea City, are visiting Mrs. Godfredson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Stow. Thp C. B. Chipmans and Mrs. M. M. Chipman and daughter, Joan. visited relatives at Armstrong, on | Sunday afternoon. Mrs Anna Ambrose. Des Moines. i ami' Monday anil will for a time in the home of her nephew. M.-nnett Trurikhill. Ktx and Lucius Kiyhrne. Shannon City, and Mr. Hammond. Uelmorid. spent Sunday with Alice Eighme. | sihttr of Ktx and Lucius Mr.H. Kloyci Johnson and baby of | -alte Crystal. Minn. < arne Katur-j day for a week's visit with her ' parents. Mr. m.d Mrs: Herman Mr. ai.d Mr.i ''oi.rad fit. have inoved to Wi-hlty. Ature tncy w work for Murni I.''ri^r Aho ria.-i i!,a.-f(l u r * sta ,.j .ijit bu.'-jries.^ jri Wt.-iley. I). I.. Mi Ii., 1 n-tuintd .Sunday from an Ali/ona iio-.i.itnl. v. rit-rt iiu had bt-t-n -i i-'ati*.-iit f'.r a s, rtcuj-t-ratin^ .'rcn. a .-!i.;iia> -Mi', anij Mi.-, i/.ar]'.. i ;i.r,< r 1 of Mjnrii-sijta. sp* r,t In*. '.V<-(.K end a Hit M. K. 1'olhi-mus i.oin Sunday tlu-y vi.jttd li,c KI West IsYnd. Mr. and Ml. Kd Walker i>e(k. vi. ill d Friday ;st the I'.ev. <; ii W.:.,.-,l home, (in Monday. Mr. and Mrs,. (Jtorgt Wt.rden IJOA-., wcit vi.,ii(,i.-, al the Wt.sstl hornc. Mr:,. Kli/.at>fth' I'atterson v,e;,t to Vinton Saturday to sj>end a week or two in the home of her >.oii-in- law. G. W. Palter.-,0(1 took her to Mason City, where the litiesford family met her. Mr. and Mra Henry i vviited Mrs. (Jettman's in other, Hurry Gilbert, at Buffalo Center Sunday. Mr. Gilbert had bei-n ill with pneumonia, but they found him much improved. Mr. and Mrs. August Krusc and Mr. and Mrs. John Bernhard, Mori- ona. and Winifred Dickman, Farrn- ersburg, were week end guests at the A. C. BtrnharU home. Mrs. Kruse is Mr. Bernhard's siatt-r and John and A. C. are brothers. The Charles Olsons took Mrs. Burton Jstnberger and Mr. and Mrs. Junior Paine to Fort Dodgo Sunday where her husband met them and took them to their home in Des Moineb. Thiy had spent a v.'fek hi iu :il II.e Home of her sialtl M:s. M I. \',i:a.. .. Mary Alice Gibbons of Whittemore visited Mr. and Mrs. H. C Lindsay Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kluss and daughter. Mrs. Grace Gibbons and her children visited the Albin Kluss family at Gait, Sunday. much improved and is up and around every day. Mr. and Mrs. J. Hanna of Seymour brought home their daughter. Mrs. Lawrence Hantelman and her daughter, Mary Lou, Saturday, and they returned home Sunday. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Wallace Hantelman and daughter had spent and children of Forest City were Sunday dinner guests at the parental John Wallace home. Mr. and Mrs. Gerhart Krause and children of Corwlth visited Mr. and Mrs, irvtu KnuM «ad Mr. mod Mrs. Herman Krause Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stoeber and daughter, Gladys were six o'clock dinner guests at the home of their son, O. H. Stoeber and family. Mrs. Henry Berghofer and her daughter, Wilma of Hampton visited with the former's son, Henry Berghofer and family Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Long of Rlng- sted were dinner guests at the home of the former's brother, Delbert and family in Fenton, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz and family were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Schwartz's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. C. Laage. LaVonne Madden accompanied her grandparents, who live in Halfa, to Minneapolis, Saturday, and they all attended the Minnesota state fair. Mrs. Milton VVeisbrod and baby returned home with Mrs. Weisbrod's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Schoenwetter, Sunday, after a live days' visit. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Finnestad and bons. Mark and Billie and daughter n week with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Wallace and three daughters visited at the Clifford Wallace home in Forest City Thursday, while Maurice attended a stock tale at Manly. The Clifford Wallace* returned home with them for an over night visit Ardis Volgt came home Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Ira Bromley And children, Carwin and Betty Leu of Lake View, Iowa, were Sunday dinner guest* of their daughter, Mr*. Truman Johnson and family. In the afternoon they visited with Mr. Bromley's sister, Mrs. John Gllllland, near Swea City. Mr. and Mr*. Frank Cummlngg and son, Jerry, Mr. and Mrs. Forest Harmon and twins, Jean and Jack and Jack Harmon of Farlbault, Minn., visited Sunday at the F. P. Newel home. Mrs. Newel's mother, Mrs. Mary Sorensen, who spent two weeks here, returned home with them Sunday evening. A Guest Day tea and flower show was held in the Methodist church at Armstrong, Sept. 9th, and the following ladles from Fenton attended, Mrs. R. C. Goetsch, Mrs. Anna Osborn, Mrs. J. T. Snyder, Mrs. R. A. Goetsch, Mrs. Alfred Meyers, Mrs. J. A. Mueller, Mrs. J. B. Hanson, Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber and Mrs. Carrie Volgt Mrs. Otto Wllberg, Mildred Wll- berg, Mr. and Mrs. 'Albln Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft and family attended a district Sunday School teachers' training course, which was held at Lost Island Sunday. This training course is held in the different churches of the district every Sunday for a period of 10 weeks and gives instructions for all attending. Mr. and Mrs. George Schoenwetter and two sons and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ludeke and four children of Klemme were Sunday dinner guests at the Elmer Weisbrod home. Afternoon caller* were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Weisbrod and daughter, Ethel and Mr. and Mr*. Milton Weisbrod and daughter, Marlene Sylvia and Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod and Mary Alice Gibbons of Whittemore. Orvllle Ranney and son, Willard, took the former's mother, Mr*. Frank Ranney of Orange. Calif., and his sister, Mrs. John Kllngel- hofer of Atwater, Calif., who have been visiting here, to Marshall, Minn., Sunday where they will visit Mrs. Frank Ranney's daughter, Mrs. Vernon Tubbs and family. Mrs. Ranney and daughter, Mrs. Kllng- elhofer will also visit the former's son, Joe Ranney and family at Elk River, Minn., and another son, Frank Ranney and family at Huron, S. Dak., afld will then return to the Orvllle Ranney home for another visit before returning to tWeir home in California. Orville Ranney and con, Willard, returned home Monday. Glass Autp Glass Replaced while you wait. We carry a complete stock of window glass Greenberi Auto Supply ae-tf C. S. Johnson HARDWARE Campbell Furnaces Quaker Oil Burners Furnace and Stove Repairs Smoke Pipes Prompt Service 36-39 tail Your Ford Dealer'* entire opportunity to pick up » • lock of uted car* and real value. Many makej* truck* i» uflertd at atintc- and modri*. Liberal trade* live prke*. Don't oti** tbi* aod term*. Com* in today! KENT MOTOR CO. Phone 434 FORD SALES AKD SBEVICE AJgona, low. QS^S^^fH^at^ncKiannr^ntHfVteKm yaoxstfejpatpxwctq^ Burt Girl Going To Mortiifigtide Burt:. Stella Isenberger went to Sioux City Saturday, where she will enter as a freshman In Mom- Inprfde CMlii*. 3. f. Tfttnkhllt took her over and her mother, Mrs. J. o. 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