The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 14, 1937 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 14, 1937
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SANDERS LONE ROCK, WEDS Bride of Tucson, Arizona, Man on August 31st Lone Rock: Mr. and Mrs. Otis Sanders announce the marriage of their older daughter, Beryl, to Ivan McLaughlin, son of Mrs. Rena McLaughlin, Tucson, Arizona. The wedding took place at Nogajes, Arizona. Aug;. 31, at the Baptist parsonage, the Rev. EJmer A. Wfc officiating, They were attended by Mr. an Mrs. H. H. Kelly, cousins of th bride. They arrived for a few weeks' visit at the parental Oil Sanders home. Monday. The brld graduated from the local school In 1936. They will mak their 'home at Tucson, where Mr MeLaughlln Is clerk of the U. P Railroad Co. Lady Driver Pined Irene Schre iber, Atgonn, was fined $1 nnd costs of $2.25 by Justice Dnnson, Tuesday evening, on charge of driving car and trailer without proper light on trailer. The outfit belonged to Mrs. Hodges oi Algona. Patrolman Huskamp handed the ticket out. NEW, HIGH SPEED FLYER TO CHICAGO GETS A NAME . . TtAlN NO. 18 BECOMES TNI MAPQUETTE Fotti oonterttob shafted equally la the prtoe money In Tfce Milwaukee Road, -name conteet" (or (rain No. 18. The winning name is MABOums to honor of the gnat explorer ol UM npper MiwteippL Rkfofteab-omdiBoMdMABQOim<* your n«ttrip.Hour.fetethan any previous brain service. Lnxury-Iotinge coaches with reclining veal* * -^ M men '* " nd """""a'" l«*">guKr rooms. CWe-pertor-eoUrium *™ "fa* «« wrtle* provide, a hot luncheon for only 30f, din- aer6Sl. Also buffet service. Park yonr car al the nearest Milwaukee Road station stop and board a fart Milwaukee Road bain. No worries, no road or traffic harard. when the engineer doe, the speeding. And low {ares make this lumriou. travel more economical than driving your own car. SURPRISED ON 84THB1RTHDAY Grandma Norris Observes Event at Wm. Barker Home, Swea City fitritetaaiAfraid**, Pet. 14.193? muuSSm""' «"•«•» SCHEDULES Swea-Bagle Twp.: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rath and children, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mather and children, together with Mr. and Mrs. John * w,n f J* lrTnont and Ml "- * nd Mrs. Will Mosler and Mr, and Mrs. J. Ljtie of Albert Le a and Mr and wrs Hilpipre of Elmore gathered at he Wm. Barker home In Swea City Sunday and surprised Grandma Norris on her 84th birthday. Each family brought their dinner and •icnlc style was i n joyed. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Johnson cere Fort Dodge visitors last Sat- rday. Alfred Spittle of Fort Dodge was week end visitor at the home of is nister, Mrs. Floyd Treat. Mrs. Andy Swanson and small aughter of Worthington. Minn., Islted the first part of the week at he home of Florence Erickson. Mr. and Mrs. Joy Larson and Jon, Joel, and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Larson visited relatives at Humboldt and Badger last week Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert' Huenhault and Mrs, Eva Harner of Good Thunder, Minn., visited Sunday at the J. E. Harner and C. F. McGregor homes. Mr. and Mrs. Joy Larson and their children, Inez and Joel, v tsiei d children, Inez and Joel, visited Sunday at the Chester Bjolland home in Lake Mills. Mrs. E. S. Bergeson and Mrs. Ben Cassem were hostesses at the Helping Hand meeting Thursday evening at the Bethlrtiem Lutheran church, Swea City. Mrs. John Jtmgbfrjr trfnt to Fort Dodge Saturday to visit Edith nad Pearl Mitchell. She returned Sunday with Mrs. Jessie Halverson who had spent the weeh end at Ames. SEXTON NEWS .r»., T *"!"<? AT SEA-Passengers watch with interest the transfer In mid-ocean of Bernard Edwards, who was severely injured while at sea on the American freighter Silver Sword, from a small boat to the United States liner Manhattan. Ropes were lowered and made fast to the head and foot of the stretcher on which Edwards lay. Then he was safely hoisted up onto the big ship to be treated by her doctors and returned to JL Ot"K City. BtadUp U On dUi>a ou. »•. ««»-»»-Alr-oondlUoMd. Btudud .loping «r ud St Cecelia's Bazaar Tue».-Wed., * Oct. 19-20 Dinner each evening. Serving begins at 5 p. m. Dancing each evening. Games of all kinds * j* Alflfonft. AfarfftTnTr PERFECT ATTENDANCE-i-MIss Mildred Willis, Otwell Indiana, though confined to bed for the last 13 years attended Sunday School class regularly by means of a two way sound system which was donated by members of the Tabernacle The Tabernacle is about a quarter of a mile distant from her home. Lone Rock Vicinity News Items Injured at Party Bernice Kramer and Hertha f •IMISBACITS FOB MEN'S WEAR Style! Quality! Price! Styl Step Out In e at Low Cost! Ruhnke. Fenton, and KIma an Harold Krueger visited Martin Tod er at the hospital in Algona Sun day. He was injured at a party a the Walter Krauaes last Thursday night At 50th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Walter Krause and Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Jentz and daughter, Lorraine, Fenton, left last Wednesday for Barney, N. D., where they attended the SOth anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Kreesln They returned home Sunday. Alumni Lay Plans A committee meeting for the high school alumni meeting and banquet to be held In December was held on Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough. Attending were: Mrs. A, A. Krueger, Merwyn Chrlstenson, Phillip Reilly and Ron- aJd Qirtotenson At Church Baity Those from here attending group of young people's rally at Estherville Sunday were: Lucille and Bernard Genrich, Shirley Marlow, Doris Mae Blanchard, Catherine Mae Householder, the Rev. T. D. Arends and daughter, Jean Marian Jensen and Grace, Lillian. Gerald and Eugene Angus. l,y ,- ur k,! Kit by u.i! Suits Topcoats 24.50 27.50 18.50 24.50 Overcoats 12.50 16.50 20.00 24.50 27.50 FOB MKN'S WEAK MISBACH'S >«0t| CUSTOM SHOtt You'll be "sure-footed" in a pair of our new Jarman Friendly Shoes for Fall—sure of smart, authentic style, and real shoe value. Drop in and look over our new Fall show ing. .. $5 to $7.50. Jmrmon SJuw* or TrMtt-T,, tf d b OCtU.I U*lfc4H Hats For Fall By Rotbchild and Dunlap, newest styles. 2.95 3.85 5.00 Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Person spent Sunday at the K. O. Knudscn'a, 3 ode. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Howe, Rockwell City, spent Sunday at the Geo. Petti to. Gust Kraft and Clarence Kraft spent Saturday at the Henry Schultz home, Rolfe. The Virgil Zwiefels. Fenton, were Sunday dinner guests of the Will Chrlstensons. Mr. and Mrs D. W. Hamm, ?ir- ly. 'vere week end gunti of the Hugh Walshes. Mrs. Harry Hobson and son, Wallace, attended the 4-H show at Algona, Saturday. Mrs. Albert Kressln, LotU Creek, spent Monday afternoon with Mrs. Frank Macumber. Mrs. Raymond Blerstedt and son, Donald, spent the week end at the C. E. Sigsbees, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton were Sunday callers on Mrs. Catherine O'Brien, Whittemore. M.-. and Mrs. Walter Faulstich were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jaskulke, Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Godfredson, Hingsted, called Sunday afternoon at the Eugene Pearsons. Mrs. Aba Durham, Warsaw, Indiana, spent Sunday night and Monday with Mrs. Kate Hawks. Mra. Kay JCn.vder is spending this week with her parents, Mr. jnd Mrs. C. C. Anderson, Elmore. The John Sones family, Sutherland, were Saturday and Sunday guests of the J. M. Blanchards. The M. O. Richards family fcpent Sunday witn Mrs. Eliza Richards and the Wm. Bilsborough, Algona. Mrs. John Dempsey was a dinner and theatre guest of Leona Schulz at Algona, Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Jacobaon and son, Waiter, Humboldt, were Sunday dinner guests of the Wm. Nelsons. Evelyn KsJig, who attrnda business college in Dea Moinea spent tlie week end a', the partr.inl Ale.i Ii C'iiK home. Mrs. Calvin Householder and children and Ellen Wolfe spent Sunday afternoon at the Rex Wolfe home, Fenton. Theo. Krueger, son Harold and daughter, Elma, were Sunday dinner guests of the Clarence Tbees- flelds, Fenton. Mrs. Virgil Scbroeder and Mrs. Stanley Black, Burt, were Sunday afternoon calleri, at the Alex Krueg- ers and Eugene Pearsons. | Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hansen and Mr. and Mrs. Jensen, all of Forest City, were Sunday evening lunch guests of the Frank Flalgs. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Macumber and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence ber, Algona, spent Sunday with Dorothy Macumber, Fort Dodge. A Standard Oil free show was held last Wednesday evening being sponsored by A. A. Krueger, J. M. Blanchard and T. M. McFall, Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cotton accompanied by Margaret Schloeman were Sunday guests of the latter^ parents, the M. H. Schloemans, Estherville. Mr. and Mi* Aaron Neeland ..-ere Sunday dinner guests of the Dick Janssens, Lakota, and were supper guesU of the Orville Buffing- tons, also of Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kueck and daughter. Betty son, Melvin and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jensen spent Sunday at Uie Wil!l<un and Charles rielgason homes, Walllngford. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Henningsen and daughter, Doris, and Mrs. H. N. Oaher, Gratteinger, were Sunday •upper guests at the E. M. Jensena. Mn, Ocher remained for a vUlt drive' this year. Mrs. Roy Jenacn and Mrs. Ralph Thompson were appointed to attend the county meet- Ing. The Henry Schroeders, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Wiener and son. Gerald, were Sunday supper guests of Mrs. Martha Chrischilles. Fenon. The Schroeders were afternoon guests of Mrs. Jennie Whit- ord. Mrs. Frank Collins, and sons, Francis and Donald, Llvermore, spent Saturday and Sunday at the Mervtn Marlows. William Salmon, Algona, was a Sunday dinner guest there. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton La Bar and William Cameron, Austin, Mrs. V. L. Whalen and son, Jack, and Mrs Oliver Stowe, all of Dolllver, were Sunday guesU at the Hugh Marlows. Verne Gross, Bates Stott, C. M. Gross and Charles Ames, Mason City, left Saturday morning for Columbus, Ohio, where they are attending the National Percheron horse show. The Frank and Wes Householder families, Mrs. W. B, Washburn and Mrs. Henry Rudolph and son, Howard of Denver and the Alton Hurl- burts, Wbittemore, were Sunday guesU at the Ora HurlburU. Otto Laabs, Mrs. Dora Laabs, Mrs. Anna Schultz, Fort Dodge attended the funeral of a brother-in- law, Lewis Mitchie at St. Paul, Friday. They drove to Rochester, bringing Mrs. Otto Laabs home. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ackerman attended a rook party Saturday evening at the August X. Petersons, Swea City. The Ackermans and Max Flaig were Sunday afternoon and supper guests at the Ralph Priebes, Bancroft. Swea-Eagle News Mr. and Mrs. Walter Riedcl and fiimily of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Walcr Leonard of Cylinder and Mr. and Mra. James Long of Lone Rock were Sunday dinner guests at tht Ber* Olsons. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Berg and children were in Des Moines last Sunday • to visit their daughter, Grace, who is recovering from an operation at the General hospital in De« Moines. The Eagle Ladles' Aid society met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. John Huffman. Mrs. William Mather was assisting hostess. Aft- ec, a program lunch was served, Thg meeting was well attended. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hanson and Mrs. John Hanson and her son, Earl, and daughter, Gladys, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Frederickson of Dolllver were Sunday dinner guesU of Mr. and Mrs. Gerdis Clemenaen at Ringsted. The occasion was Mrs. Clemensen's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Art Heidenwtth. son Ellsworth and Mrs. Dorothy Sebers and ton, Ralph visited at the August Meyer home at Pomeroy, Sunday. Sexton: Mrs. Laura Francis, 64, died Sunday- morning, following a stroke last Tuesday morning at the General hospital, Algona. Mrs. Francis had made her home with her daughter, Mrs. Dale Thompson, the past five years. Mr. Francis died five yean; ago from a heart attack. The funeral will be held from the home Tuesday at 1:30 and 2:30 at the M. E. church In COrwIth. Burial will be in the Corwith cemetery. Mrs. Francis U survived by two daughters and three song, her aged mother, Mrs. RHinger Of Saunemin, 111., two sisters in III., several nieces and nephews and a number of grandchildren. Relatives are .expected from Illinois Monday night. The Fred Neahring family spent Sunday at Brltt with Mrs. Neahr- Ing's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Olave. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Greenfield and daughter, Edith, spent Sunday - n , , at the Floyd Richards . of Blue Efcrth, Minn. Mr. Klch»rd« Is a nephew of Mrs. Greenfield. A number from here attended tne funeral of George Wermersen of Miller, South Dakota, Sunday who died at Rochester following an operation Thursday. The funeral was held In the Laird 4 McCullough funeral home Sunday afternoon in . burial ... f teWHfttiSfy, tne uorwiui wmvwry« jmr. wmsTm.* enren U a brother, of Mrs. Harvey ''' td«»d«y Albert Lattck , c of here accompanied the Fred Wife of Algona for ft Week'* yttft at ffe home of Albert and Herd's aunt, Mrs. Charles Dammond at Watertown, Wfs. Coming to Emmetobuiit, Hotel ^^ IVtaaon City, Hotel OMTO Gordo, Tuesday, Rr I F ^hflllpnhflrpfir M D* Ill* 9m I. OllmlvllUvlgCIf in* M. ILL. DOUBLE ARRELED USED SALE!! CAR onlj by *W Dealers! R&G wed to take care of the balance. Choate j I USED CAR SPECIALS AT KENT'S Priced To Mam Quickly! 1936 Ford St. Tudor Sedan, Black Runs quiet, clean, well taken care of by owner. 1936 Ford Tudor, Black Thoroughly reconditioned, *weet running; car; Built-in, reconditioned, not a scratch. 1936 Ford Truck, L. W. B. Dual, 10-ply tires, reconditioned motor. 1936 Chevrolet Pickup Truck Low mileage, clean as new, good buy. 1936 Ford Tudor, Gunmetal Motor reconditioned, good tires, hot air heater 1935 Ford Truck, L. W. B. Dual tires, all reconditioned. 1935 Chevrolet Coach Motor, car good, clean, all way through. 1934 Dodge Truck, New Paint Dual tires, L. W. R, heavy duty equipment 1934 Chevrolet Coach , Completely reconditioned., new p!eton» 1934 Ford 4-Door Sedan Reconditioned motor, excellent finish, a good ear. 1933 Chevrolet Coupe New paint, nm» good, beater. 1932 Chevrolet Truck, L. W. B. Heavy duty equipment, dual tires, good mechanical condition. 1932 Ford Tudor, Rough This car U very common, but priced to move. 1932 Plymouth Coupe New rubber, flniah fine, motor excellent. 1930 Chevrolet Sedan 1930 Ford Tudor Sedan 1929 Chevrolet Truck 1929 Chevrolet Coach 1929 Ford Truck, Grain Box 1929 Chevrolet Coach, New Paint 1929 Ewex Coupe 1928 Dodge Sedan 1928 Chevrolet Coach 1930 Chevrolet Coach PRICED 395 AND UP PRICED AT 265 AND UP PRICED AT $100 AND UP PRICED AT Pra8M " ar or *•* *>* **• M ALGONA, IOWA in which they bought UlUe e

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