The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 1, 1938 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 1, 1938
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, March 1,1938 TWO BABIES TO 2 FAMILIES OF REDINGS,ST.JOE Ealph Bedings and Frank Heelings Greet Stork on Same Day St. Joel Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Reding are the parents of a baby girl born Tuesday, Feb. 22nd, at the McCreery hospital In Whitte more. This is their first child. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reding are the parents of a baby girl born on Tuesday, Feb. 22nd. Anna Kayser is caring for mother and child, This is the first grandchild for Mr, and Mrs. Charles Noonan. Carroll and Mrs. Bertha Wallace. A group of ladies gathered at the I. W. Hansen home Tuesday afternoon to celebrate the birthdays of Mrs. Hansen and Mrs. M. M. Chipman, one occurring on the 22nd and the other the 24th. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bleich, Mrs. Bertha Koestler, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Kollasch, Mr. and Mrs. James Christiansen and Betty Bee and Mr. and Mrs. George C. Koestler spent Thursday evening at the Geo. Koestler home helping them celebrate their 46th wedding anniversary. Moving Change* The Paul E&otts are quitting the farm, and held a public sale Monday. They will move to Corwlth The Clarence Russell family from southeast of Li verm ore are moving on the farm vacated by the Scotts The Fred Foley family moved from near Thor to the farm vacated by the Ted Wagners who moved to ( farm near LuVerne. The Bernard Devlnes are moving on a farm near Corwlth and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Fridera are moving on the farm vacated by the Devines. The Philip Fourage family are moving on the Baessler farm east of St. Joe, vacated by the Anderson family. The Matb Becker family from near Burt moved on the Devine farm vacated by the Colemans. The Colemans moved to a farm near Fort Dodge. A son of Tom Coleman moved to the Chris Gales farm purchased by the Colemans and the Chris Gales family to the house on the late Mike Brass farm now owned by Cap Kohlhaas. Burt March 1 Moving Changes Burt: A number of changes are being made on the farms near Burt this week. The D. Angus family is moving to the farm vacated by the R. O. Butterflelds, who moved to Delevan, Minn. Herman Wi!l- rett has bought a small farm near Britt and the Jim Shiplers will move to the farm vacated by the Wlll- retts. The Matt and James Becker families are moving to near Lu- Vetrne, Herman Bleich goes to the place vacated by\the C. B. Huffmans, who have moved back to Brazil, Ind. The Cleo Blacks are moving to the Sarchet farm vacated by the John Jacobs. The C. A. Pentorw are moving to Algona. The Robert Keefes go to the farm on which a Ward family has been living. The Herman Daus are moving to Algona and the Qulnten BJust- roms go to the Dau farm. The Win Brophys, Algona, have bought and are moving to the Mrs. David Kcefe farm. The Roy Ringsdorfe are moving to the Fred Kent term Little Girl At Seneca Hurt in Tumble to Cellar Seneca: Little Lavon Denton. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Denton, met,.with what might have been a very serious accident late Wednesday afternoon when she fel: down cellar. It seems as though Mr. Denton went down cellar anc left the door open and the little girl having no thought of the danger came running and tumbled down She received several bruises but was not seriously injured. Lose to Thor The Seneca high school boys' has ketball team was defeated by thi Thor boys' team 13 to 13 in theii first game of the sectional tourn ament at Livermore Wednesday evening. Tuesday evening the Seneca alumni boys' basketball team met the Armstrong alumni boys at Seneca. The Seneca boys were defeated badly. Mrs. Cecil Bailey entertained a number of ladles at her home on Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Classon and daughter spent Monday evening at the Emit Elmers home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Groen and daughter spent the past week at the Leslie Denton home. Mrs. Walter Smith entertained the Ringsted Ladies' Aid at her home Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Paulsen and Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Classon and daughter spent Tuesday evening at the Curtis Olsen home. The Helpful Thursday club met at the home of Mrs. Cecil Bailey on Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Francis Slagle assistant hostess. Mrs. J. W. Bollig and son, Howard returned home Tuesday evening from a several days' visit with relatives and friends at Balaton, Minn. The first and second grade pupils of the Seneca school and their leader, Miss Carlisle entertained Mailene Halverson at a farewell party in their room Tuesday afternoon. MUCHLIVERMORE SOCIAL ACTIVITY Livermore: Mrs. Anna Pooch entertained a company of friends at her home Thursday afternoon, complimentary to Mrs. Herman Larson whose birthday was celebrated. The group of guests Included the Mesdames Ernest Logue. John Hohenberger, G. H. Schaeffer. Edward Opheim, Robert Scott. Robert Bordwell. Joseph Koppen, Guy Stoddard. Ray Sweeney, Oscar Olson. Willlnm Shields. E. Jnrobson, and the Misses Vivian Button and LCia Altrrtan, the guest of honor, and the hostess. The entertainment was "500" with Mrs. Schaeffer receiving high score, Mrs. Logue travel and Mrs. Jacobson the consolation. Pot luck lunch was served, and the hostess was presented with a number of gifts. served refreshments including a birthday cake. The guests brought gifts for Mrs. Bachman. The lovely residence of Elmer Hewitt has been rented to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Miller and they have moved in. The Millers were former residents of Livermore but moved to Clarion about two years ago. and on Tuesday, George Oxley and L. O. Mitchell drove to Iowa City to fee him. Boys Hosts to Oirls The boys' Sunday School class of the M. E. church grive a valentine party Friday evening in the church parlor and had as guests Mrs. Patterson's class of girls. Mrs. Hilier is the boys' teacher. Blde-A-tVee Clnb Thursday afternoon, Mrs. F. R. Millet entertained the Bide-A-Wee bridge club. Guests other thnn members Included Mrs. Robert Devine, Mrs. Herman Pooch. The high score was awarded to Mrs. Pooch, travel to Mrs. Hans Madsen, con solation to Mrs. Bert Brown. Refreshments closed the pleasant afternoon, served by the hostess. John Groh Birthday Thursday evening was given over to a birthday party for sixteen couples of friends of John Groh, when Mrs. Groh planned a surprise. Bridge was the diversion with Mrs. Ernest Logue and Herman Pooch receiving high score, while Mrs. Frank Baessler and Mel Johnson took the consolation. Mr. Groh was presented with some fine gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Mel Johnson were out of town guests. The hostesses served a delicious lunch at midnight Corwith Residents For 40 Years Given Anniversary Honors Falrview-Convith: Friends and relatives came with well-filled baskets Wednesday evening to the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Studer to remind them of their 40th wedding anniversary. The Studers were married at the Catholic parsonage in Wesley by the Rev. Eckert. They have lived the entire 40 years in or around Corwith. They are the patents of three sons, Maurice of Whittemore, Vernon and Wilbur of Corwlth. Two beautifully decorated wedding cakes, one made by Mrs. Gail Skelly of Corwith and one by Mrs. Ella Lease of Wesley, decorated the supper table. Enters V. of Iowa Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Charles Oxley and son, Harold, drove to Iowa City on Thursday of last week where Mr. Oxley entered the University hospital for examination. Mr. Oxley FARM AUCTION Mrs. Jean Foley entertained the social circle of the Eastern Star lodge at her home Thursday Miss Lillian Meyers spent the week end at her home in Cedar Falls. Miss Meyer is an instructor in the high school. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith of Rolfe spent Tuesday visiting at the homes of Supt. and Mrs. J. M. Gerht and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hanswirth. The Rev. Albert Rush, Dr. and Mrs. G. L. Severns and J. A. Zwiefel drove to Brltt Thursday afternoon to attend the funeral of Richard Trulson. The Ernest Punke, Laff Oxley and R. C. Welter families were guests at the Robert Buss home last Sunday. The occasion was the observance of Mr. Buss* birthday. Mrs. Fay Scace Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Wendell Boylan and family at Sibley. Mrs. Boylan and little son recently returned from the hospital at LeMars. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Beals and son, Bobby of Estherville spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of Mr. am cpiitting fanning and will movr to town T will soil the follnw- lescvibed pvopertv on the farm one mile south and IVo miles As 1 ing described proper'. west of St. Joe known as the Mel Johnson farm, on has been In poor health for some and Mrs. Lamon Sanders. Mrs. L. time. He underwent a major operation Monday morning. Annabel, Ralph and Harold were all with their father during the operation, M. Voltinberg, grandmother of Mr. Sanders, who spent several months at the Sanders home, returned to Estherville with the Beate. March 8th Sale to Start at 1 P. M. go to the Robert Donovan farm vacated by the Rlngsdorfs. The Ed Hoppee are moving to the Stone farm vacated by the Aage Hanoens, who are moving to Irv- ihgton. .The Durward Neltzels go to the farm recently vacated by the Tom Claytons. The F. A. Halde- mans go to Algona and the Van Hansens have moved to Ottosen. The Vernon Robinson and Percy Phillips families have moved Into the tenant house on the Mawdsley farm and will work for. Mr. Mawdsley. Schenck to Mpls. Alfred Schenck of Union township, and his two young sons, Paul and Raymond, went to Minneapolis, Friday, to visit his mother, Mrs. Sadie Schenck, and his two sisters, Maude and Mildred. Maude recently underwent an operation for appendicitis, She teaches In the Uln- Birthday Surprise Mrs. Edgar Watts was pleasantly surprised Saturday evening when 20 of her friends walked In unannounced to help her celebrate her birthday and play bridge. Mrs. J. W. Hewitt and M. E. Taylor received high honors. Mrs. Hartley Mackintosh and Ralph Holllnger took home the consolation. Mrs. Watts received nice and useful gifts and lunch was served by the daughter, Krs. Ralph Holllnger. 2 Parties Monday Two parties were held Monday. Mrs. Herman Pooch was hostess to the Jolly Eight club at her home In the country In the afternoon. Guests other than members Included Mrs. J. C. Tuttle, Mrs. Hans Madsen. Mrs. Culvert Johnsor*and Mrs. Fred Mlllett. Mrs. Johnson received high for the guests, Mrs. Ted Wagner had high for the members with Mrs. Oscar Olson receiving the travel. Mrs. Myrtle Bachman celebrated her birthday by inviting in a number of her neighbors for the evening, Including Mrs. Frank Cox, Mrs. Robert Scott. Mrs. Albert Smith, Mrs. Jeanette Rlstau, Mrs. J, W. Hewitt, and the Misses Marand dare. Maun. Five nun- Save on your Hybrid Seed Corn Iowa 931 and other strains suitable for your locality. Leave your orders at our office or with our representative MR. L. M. OWEN indersoD Grain & Coal Co. L Phone 308 e o Head of Horses 2 jenny mnles, coming 10 yrs. old, wt. HWO Ibs.; 1 hay mare,!) yrs. old, wt. 1400 Ibs.; 1 bay mare colt, coming two yrs. old. 5 Head of Cattle 5 1 roan cow coming fresh this spring, :> yrs. old.; 1 blue roan cow, coming 3 yrs. old; 1 Holstein cow; 1 heifer, coming 2 yrs. old; 1 heifer coming 1 yr. old. Farm Machinery etc. One wagon with triple box, 1 wagon and hay rack, one 16-inch John Deere sulky plow; one 4-sectiou drag; one 8-ft. Osborn disc; one 5-ft. Deering mower; 1 hay rake; 1 Hoosier endgate seeder; 1 two wheel trailer with stock rack; 1 brooder house,10'xl2'; 1 brooder house 12'xl4'; 1 Mellotte cream separator; 4 brooder stoves; 1 sheet iron heater; 1 tank heater like new; 1 Enterprise lard press;! lawn mower; 1 garden plow; 1 tool grinder;! hog ringing crate; 15 barrel galvanized stock tank poultry equipment and some household goods and other smallitems too numerous to mention. TERMS—Cash, or if terms are desired see the clerk prior to sale day or at the sale. No property to be removed until settled for. Win. Haglind Collwell Bros., Aucts. Iowa State Bank, Clerk Tot/cftm! Im ipnMiuiiniininimiiiiiraiiiiOTiimiiinraimiiiiiiH ALGONA'S NEWEST INDUSTRY - BLOWS ECONOMY, COMFORT Into BUILDINGS | Capitol Rock Wool Newest In Home Insulation Pays in One-Story House Saves Hospital Fuel Several Quilting Partite Several ladies have had quilting parties the past week. Mrs. Ra- chut entertained the Mesdames R. A. Bleich, Julius Baas, L. Rlchmann, Anna Reimers, P. W. Kollasch, Jim .Christiansen, E. C. Schwletert and Bertha Koestler Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Carl Reynolds entertained a similar group Friday afternoon. Mrs. M. M. Chipman also had a quilting party last week. G. U. Fairbanks is driving a new Ford car. Zola Giddings returned to Evanston, III., Sunday, where she is employed. Dr. B. K. Bahnson attended a district osteopaths' meeting at Osage Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rachut entertained at four tables of 500 last Friday evening. Mrs. C. S. Coffin entertained the Woman's Home Missionary society Saturday afternoon. The U. and I. c\fde met Friday afternoon with Mrs. J. G. Sewlck assisted by Mrs. C. F. Mann. Mrs. Frank Bahling, who 'has been confined to her bed for some weeks, is gradually improving. Charlotte Warrier, who taught here a number of years, recently accepted a teaching position at Palmer. Mrs. G. O. Anderson, Mrs. Martin Grelse and Martha Ruhnke visited Mrs. Helen Peters at Blue Earth, Minn., Thursday. L. A. Boettcher, W. W. Boettcher, D. L. Godden, J. G. McDonald and Elza Woltz were business visitors in St. Paul last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. G. Roetman. Sanborn, visited Friday and Saturday at the L. E. Roetman home. They are Mr. Roetman's parents. The Cecil Godfredsons have rented the J. G. Clapsaddie house in north Burt which was recently vacated by the Henning family. The Fidelis Sunday School class metMvith Mrs. C. S. Coffin last Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. L. N. Dittmer was assisting hostess. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bierstedt and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Graham were dinner guests Thursday at the Carl Ostwsild home in Whittemore. The Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Doms and Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle were dinner gueats last Tuesday evening at the, Lewis Larsen home. Jeu Thoreion and daughter, Grace of Goodell. were Burt visitors Wednesday. Mr. Thoreson was formerly in the garage business here. The MethodUt Ladies' Aid society meets Wednesday afternoon, March 2, at Lulu Hawcolts, with Mrs D. T. Hob*on and Mrs. Clifford Holding as assisting hostesses. The Birthday circle met with Mrs. Mary Steward Thursday afternoon. The next meeting will be on St. Patrick'« day with Mrs. Delia ASK ANY HOME OWNER WHO HAD THE BENEFIT OF CAPITOL ROCK WOOL INSULATION WHAT IT HAS DONE FOR HIM. READ WHAT THESE OWNERS OF TYPICAL BUILDINGS HAVE TO SAY ABOUT THE BENEFITS OF THIS NEW MODERN FORM OF HOME INSULATION IN HOMES, BUSINESS, AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS. S "Mr. Cowan Insulated my attic In August, 1987, with 3 Capitol Kork Wool. I find that It Is proving very sutls- = factory. The house Is much more comfortable with apparently a large saving of fuel compared to other winters. It Is equally satisfactory as a cooling proposition during the summer." Signed—R. M. Wallace, M. I). NOTE—Snow on house In background Is melting. This house Is not Insulated. Heat Is escaping. The snow on the Wallace home In the foreground Is us fresh as when It fell, showing no heat loss. Capitol Kork Wool Insulation cuts luel bills 20% to !«% and reduces summer home temperatures H to 15%. Office is Benefited "Since you Insulated and weather stripped the hospital, we have noticed a remarkable change. In past winters >ve hint- always had trouble keeping the north side of the building warm. New we have no trouble whatever. We him' heated the entire building with great ease. While I haven't had a chance to check fuel consumption for an entire winter, I am positive that we are going to «avc I'rom •2.">% to 30% on our coal bill. The only thing 1 regret Is that I did not get this work done four or five jears ago. Signed—W. It. Andrews, H. O. Capitol Kock Wool Insulation can be iustnlled in new 3 old homes In a few hours with no fuss or bother to oc- S or <• ii pants This unique new six-room house recently erected by Cowan it Sou, local contractors, whose original ideas of home construction has made this home for K. L. Maxwell on north Minnesota street modern in every detail. It has been insulated with Capitol Kock Wool by the Cowan Building Supply Co. in the most modern Pays In Public Buildings manner. '"Last Spring the Cowan Building Supply Co. insulated the roof of my office building, with the result that I was able to keep quite comfortable during the summer mouths, whereas before the temperature was almost unbearable, and this winter I have had H saving of 25% in amount of fuel used. I am a believer in Kock Wool insulation." Signed—P. V. .Tause, M. D. CauHol Kork Wool Insulation is fireproof. It absolutely retard* the spread of flames between the walls. NOTE—-Houje to the left. This house is not insulated. Heat is escaping and melting snow on the roof. The snow on the Maxwell insulated house is as white and solid as when it fell. COWAN BUILDING SUPPLY COMPANY Algona Wholesale Jobber * Iowa The Iron Fireman Mfg. Co. heating cost calculator, used for estimating approximate fuel cost for new buildings, shows a 40% savings on fuel where Capitol Kock Wool Insulation IN used. "The Third Ward school was insulated last June. The == second floor, which formerly took a great deal longer to j=j heat, now warms up as quickly as the first floor. I be- as lieve we art- goiug to save at least '!•>% on our fuel." as "Previous to insulation we also had trouble with roof 55 leaks every winter. Kock Wool Insulation has climiuat- gg ed this condition entirely." 55 Signed—It. H. Totter, Custodian. as PHONE 275 FOR A FREE ESTIMATE OF COST OF INSULATING YOUR HOME I iiHiiaiiiiniim^

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