The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 14, 1937 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 14, 1937
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Henry Irmiter.Oiven 1% Friends Robt. Mastersoru Dinner Hosts > A miscellaneous shower was held Monday evening pet 4th, at the parental H. M Irnf-' Armstrong married of ' Henry V ' er than 80 people gathered to spend the evening and the young - many beautiful i - friends. i.." c k,_ w ?« ? erved and later In ---• — Mr. and Mrs Masterson entertained the following at dinner at their home on Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Mast- «r*oft and Lois Jean, Mr. and Mrs De Rae Godfrey of LuVerne, Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Bastlan and Rennle Lou of Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Evans and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Williams and Gary Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Bastlan spent Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Evans. Lutheran parsonage In Ringsted. The Rev. C. A. Stub performed the ceremony. Merle Hansen, brother of the bride and Donna Miller, both of Armstrong were the only attendants. Mrs. Hansen is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Hansen V* Algona ttpper D M Moinea. Alaoa* Iowa. O*L ------ —-""•«••*•• UBC iiianiiiK on a farm near Ringsted Weds tn DM Motne* Mrs. J. A. Halsman of this place is announcing the marriage of her daughter, Ruth Buchan of D« Molnes to James Kirchner. also of DCS Moines, which took place on Wednesday. Sept 29th i n Des u ls we " known here for a year or so h«rf having ear or so out recently she returned to Des Molnes, where she was employed a* was will make their home in Des Koines where he is employed. Wed In Ringsted M. "f Hanson and Harold Hansen, both of Armstrong were married, Friday, Oct 1, at St. John's OPENING DANCE at thr V. F. W. HALL Under New Management SAT. OCT. 16 With LeRoy Miller and His Twi- light Serrnadrn DANCES EVERY SATURDAY EVENING BEGINNING AT 8:30 P. M. Prices 25c plus tax each C. J. MOEN, Mg r . "- ---C5-- ~~.. — w. ii,ill me U1H33 or 1934. Mr. Hansen Is engaged in farming northeast of town, where the couple will reside. Mrs. Ernest Howell returned on Saturday from a visit to New Haven, Conn., and Washington. D. C. Miss Josephine Blum of Minneapolis is spending n few days nt the home of her mother. Mrs Bridget Blum. Miss Ardella Halverson of Fairmont, and Curtis Halverson nnd Arnold Lamere of Blue Earth visited Sunday at the Carl Halverson home. Mrs. Fred Robinson of Caldwcll Idaho, has returned here and Mr nnd Mrs. Robinson will live in the apartment just completed at the Chas. Robinson home. E. E. Erickson and daughters Florence nnd Mrs. Detmar Thompson and two children returned on Wednesday of this week from a j two weeks' visit with relatives in Colorado. Mrs. Anton Gucrdet returned on Saturday evening from Mora, Minn where she assisted at the Frank Haisman home for several weeks during the illness of her daughter Mrs. Veronica Hisman. who is now Improving. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Hottingcr and daughter. Clara of Akron. Colo concluded a five day visit Wednesday at the H. M. Irmiter home. They left Wednesday morning for Somerset. Wis., where they will isit friends and relatives. 72 Attend Rich Family Reunion Held On Sunday Four Corners: The annual Rlc reunion was held last Sunday at th wm. Rich home with 72 present Guests furnished a fried chicken dinner. Present were Mr. and Mrs Wm. Rich, the Wm. Draytons, and John Rlchs and the Ethan Lights of near Bricelyn, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rich and daughter Lorraine and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward and Robert's father from Winterset; the James Dunn fam- ly, Ledyard; Mrs. Edith Rich, the Arch and Robert Walkers, Cecil Bjustroms, Lewis Broesders. and Orville Holdrens, the John Sabln and Edwnrd Rich families, Mr" and Mrs. Phil Baker and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cairns and family, St. Cloud. Minn.; Dorothy Jennings, Rex Swanson and Leonard Schultz Whittemore; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lindeman. Algona. The day was also the birthday of Mrs. Cecil Bjustrom and Edith Sabin. City Baptist church held a house JrfcLJ A . H t S2^«a^^J»*L«**! °W Afiiit Back To Livermore Post Mm. Nickprson The Four Corners Mother and Daughters club met last Thursday with Mrs. Ida Nickerson. The opening song was "Motherhood the Beautiful." Roll call was answered by riddles. A piano solo was played by Mrs. Evelyn McNeil. A talk was given by Mrs. Woodward of Whittemore. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Rose Sabin next Thursday. The Philip Bakers are spendine a few days with the Edward Richs. Mr. and Mrs. J. p. Nickerson called on the Clyde Bristows near Bnrt Sunday. The C. N. Robinsons. Earl Millers Mrs. Verla Lowman and daughter Jacqueline, spent Sunday fishing. Mr. and Robert Walker spent Sunday with the Priesters I «= «-—--^ «» MIQ ju viii JUrinK „. . f* e IT 1 " 1 * 1 * ev ">l»g. Games were played and a short program appropriate ft* the ' ' given after which were served. Coffee Part? Ole Berk- - W1H Elmer his i . —"—-..„«, TT*I* 1IV1 , move ins Ira Hewitt, The Library board of trustees met as ^dTSnl KfwS Applegates Depart Smith home and selected books to Falrview-Corwlth: Mr and Mrs be purchased soon. A list of books I Fr*d Clapsaddle left for their Applegate home at will follow later. Delegates from,the Swea Cityi., --- -----«„-»-«..»..,«,„ Japtlst church who are attending I?"™ 1 fl nd the Harvey Stevens at he state convention in Des Moines Sexton his week are Mrs. D. W. Pults Mrs. Walter G. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Eckholm. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Berg and _ ^™ Mr - and Mrs. O. P. Melvold and week end nnd to ST. JOE NEWS ..».«•••« me wee* ena ana to visit '• **" u «rs. u. f. Melvold am with Grace Berg, who Is convaiesc- son - Orion of Cottonwood, Minn ing from a major operation at the fP 6 " 1 from Sunday until Tuesday *«•» as^house guests at the home of snd sister, Mrs. .. for dinner at the Silas Skow were the Bentele family of Woden, the Herman Carlsons of Wesley. Anna !„*, „_, Ben JoseDhson f j ._.—, Mta. Bode and M». Cfco Aldrich rveeivtd first and sveoni Prim*, rtspwtlvdy, with MM. Al fr*d Brdmann, door prise*. Following the regular Sunday School hour from ton to eleven a the Congregational church next Sunday morning will be a woman missionary who will deliver a message to the congregation. Young people's meeting was held at the church Sunday evening, Just past Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bode entertained his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Bode and daughter, June Adele of Bloomington, HI., and Mr. lode's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Jode Of Algona, arid Mr. and Mrs. James Coady Of Wesley at dinner Vednesday. Herman Bode attended the Cattle Congress at Waterloo one day recently. Mrs. ffiora Johnson, who has been here on an extended visit with her several children and brothe>, Olaf Funncmark, left Tusday by way of bus from Mason City for Lamont, Oklahoma, where she will visit Mr. and Mrs. John Sederberg and together the three will drive on to their winter home at Alamo, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Sederberg have made their home with Mrs. Johnson now for the second winter. If You Have a Building With a Roof That LOOKS at •" ---,.. ....^ illtr^ltria HL Whittemore, it being Mr. Priester's birthdny. Sunday dinner guests at the Lew- is Lowman home included the Everett Withams. Mrs. Irene Sloter and daughter. June Adel. Frank Newel nnd Melvin Dickerson. Mr nnd Mrs. Art Alexander and the "On thr Road to Mimd.-ilny." Hi-production in full color of a painting hy Henry CHvp. illustrating Kipling's Immortal versM In The American Weekly the .Magazine distributed with Next Sunday's Chicago Herald and Examiner. Fern Huling family, Britt. The Walter Cairns family. St Cloud, Minn., brought Mrs. Edith Rich home Saturday from a five weeks' .stay with the Cairns and Lloyd Biker families in St. Cloud. They spent from Saturday until Ronald and Harold Schafer from Preston, are visiting with relatives nere. Peter Erpelding entertained his nieces and nephews and their famines Sunday at his home. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Frideres newlyweds, arrived home from a ten-day wedding trip Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Will Reding and family spent Sunday at the Albert home at Blue Earth H.W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling Every load Iniured against loss or 'lurnaue Eoulpped to do kD kind* ol draylng and hauling. 33-tf Monday with the Wm. Rich's. Swea Ladies At O. E. S. Meeting Swea City: Members of the Past Matrons cluh were guests Tuesday at the Henry Myhr home at Estherville. They were: Mrs. Mary Moats Miss Iva Moats, Mrs. Ray Bravend- cr. Mrs. Chas. Rohlin. Mrs. Geo. K. Nelson. Mrs. C. O. Peterson, Mrs. T. F. Mitchell, Mrs. Lester Haglund, Mrs. Ira Hewitt, Mrs. Art Christensen, Mrs. Will Evans and Bcrnice Vaughn. Other guests were Mrs. G. D. Curtis and Mrs Walter Bovis. ._ TRADE MARK REGISTERED "The Perfect ISMS* INSULATE WITH ZONOLITE Botsford Lumber Co. SWEA CITY NEWS Plilloc l>;jl> Jim I' • ----- •— -** ~*~mmt, *^tVOr£v -ff-MI-g* ivorth of Bancroft and Mrs, Sam Reaper of Algona. returned home last week Monduy from a two weeks visit ill .Stockton, Ml. Carroll. Lcnn, Rockford nnd other places in III John Mrllllmtton of Lanark. Ill .' • IMC to Inwa \vitli them for an e.x- '••icl'd ..;i)iy with hi.s si.ster, Mrs rji-nper. M.-ii-.iurie H.irgcr fiinp Imnio from him C.Vei-k l-i.'it J-'ri<lay afti.Tiioon i> sj)i-nil the week end with horn olict. Mr. arid .Mrs. Will Harder rid Marion. Tile Clli'ancrs r-liis.f of the Swea Garmann Minn. Alvin Erpelding who is attend mg Trinity College at Sioux City arrived home Friday afternoon for a few days' visit. Mr and Mrs. Jack Devine and family from near Hutchins were Sunday dinner guests at the Bernard Devine home. Mr. and Mrs. Will Reding took George Reding of West Bend to Fort Dodge Mercy hospital Saturday where he underwent an operation for hernia. Mrs. John Frideres and Math Fnb- er accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Joe Willger and Alfred Miller to Rochester, Minn., to be with their brother, Theodore Faber. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Thilges returned home Wednesday from a 10-day visit with relatives at Clinton and Bellevue. They also attended the wedding of Mrs. Thilges' sister. Mr. and Mrs. John Marso, of Idaho. Mrs. Susie Waldlig frmo Dubuque and Chorles and Nick Marso of Los Angeles are visiting with Uieir mother, Mr* Magdalena Marso at Livermore and their brother, Mike Marso here. A number from this vicinity attended a pre-nuptial shower at St Michael's academy Whittemore on Sunday afternoon in honor of Ellz - 1 -— Besch. Miss Besch will »...„ ajcii •luaepnson of Boone, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wubben of Swea City and Mrs. John Bo- nannon of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. August Engstrom, Fritz Lindstrom, Miss Hanna Nelson, all of Wesley, the Otto Ene- stroms of Elmore, and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Harris and June of twf^T^ f" tc E' ained Sund »y a' . Mrs. R. c. Bauer entertained the members of their bridge club on Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Herman Bode and Mrs. Victor Loebig were 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 on 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 can explain my method of treatment Dr. S. W. Meyer, D. 0. GENERAL HOSPITAL Algona, Iowa Weak from where you stand on the ground to see It, you can bank on that a close-up will show that it is weak and that it should be replaced before winter. Winter has a way of doing things to a weak roof that arc unpleasant to what is under the roof and to the owner's pocketbook. And—it 's mighty tough to have a roof go bad in cold weather. Better see us now for roofing or shingles, cedar or asphalt, and make all your roofs safe before snow flies or the thermometer says zero or below. Yes, we will be glad to help you figure the quan- tity.of roofing or shingles yon need for any size of roof. F. S. Norton & Son Algona, la. Phone 229 Death - Defying ! Auto &Motorcycle Hill Climb FOR YOUR FORT DEARBORN HOTEL Sylvester Thilges. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bay from Port Washington, Wis.. left Monday for Minnesota, where they will visit nt the Casper Kayser and Nick Phillips homes at Waseca nnd Claremont. Minn., before returning to their home. Anna Kayser accompanied the Bays home where Mie will visit with other relatives at the Ethcrington farm, ^X> mile east on No. 18, then 2 miles No. follow arrow to grounds 2 p.m. SUNDAY Oct. 17 World's championship pistol shooting exhibition . . . throe hours of fun and tin-ills . . . good parking grounds free ... admission y5c adults, kids ].3c 550$ ROOMS FROM 41' THE MAYTAG WASHES The Maytag ,-x, !.,.,ive tub is i-i roundc uurc with • ,.,,,tl,jy the -iilt. I In.- WJKT ..(.Hi cleaner aii'l i!,,ti, , , ,„ whiter. 3 The Kollcr Water ,....,.,., v ,. r has flexiMu f-p r<>!! ,-, I u firm bottom roll. These three R.uiin^ J.,n.. , !,,, u ( j make your choke ih: .\r,vt, COMPANX . MANUf ACTU»« . BJUSTROM'S Maytag Sales and Service Algona, Iowa Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA KOKSUTH COUNTY, s.?. No. 4:;()3 in District Court Siptem- bcr Term, 1937. To All Whom It May Concern: You Arc Hereby Notified, That nn instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Joseph Rnhm, Deceased, dated November 9, 1931, having been this day filed, opened and read Tuesday, the 2nd day of November] 1937, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said -ourt; and at ten o'clock A. M., of .he day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why .s.-iid instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of .sitid deceased. Dated at Algona. Iowa. October KATHARINE MrEVftY, Clerk of District Court ALMA I'KAKSON. Deputy. Sullivan. M. Mahon & Linnan. 40-42 Notice of Probate of Will State of low,i, Krw.vith County, sn. .V.i. 4,':i>0 in Di.-.tri, I Court. Hcp- •inIn.-r Turin, i:i:;7. Tn All Whom l! M.iy Con.-crn: Yon Arc IK-riby Notified. That 'i in :tnii!ii-nl of wnliuu purport"( to b.r the last Will and Testin '(.t of John H. Reid, Dc-<:.-a:>ed <Kt-,i .J.L.umry M, \y.:l t . having been '!:>}' iili d. opL-nud and read, iay Hie iUth day of Otober. is l::-.i-d for hi.-arm^ proof of Siiiiic at th.j Court in Al;;ona. bi-foie the In.,trirt Court of >aid ('ounty, or the Clerk of aaid . and at tun oV-lork A. M,, ol the day above mentioned all per-' •ioria iiiti-re.->tei| are hen by notilied •ind required to appear and «how if any they have, why aald instrument .sliould not be probated and allowed an and for the Will ( and Testament of baid deneaaed. Dated at Algona, Iowa. September 29, 1937. KATH.LRINE Me EVOY, Clerk of District Court. ALi'IA PEARSON, Deputy. E. C. McHahon, Attorney 39~il Under new management this 18-story fireproof building is being completely remodeled and refurnished ... Every convenience, Including running ice water In every room . . . New air conditioned Coffee Shop serving excellent food at lowest prices. • — LA SALLE & VAN BUBEN STREETS 'Qfytogetf LA SALLE STREET STATION GO See the NEW 1938 CHEVROLET Bigger-looking—Richer- looking— Smarter-looking—and in all ways the smartest low-priced car to buy . Baby", tt ihort fiction story ol a girl who tried to break up u lave triangle with a KUU. In the American Weekly, the magazine dutUibuted wlUi Next Sunday'* Chicago Herald and Examiner. %^L^'.,

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