The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 19, 1938 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 19, 1938
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84 At Plum Creek * Farm Bureau Session The Plum Crtek farm bureau eM its April meeting In the community room In the center school ihoow, Thnrsdajr night, April 14th, with an attendance of 84. The meeting was called -to order by H J. Bode, president. Claude Seely was « h *! rm a« of the meeting. Music •was fitfulshed by Roland Bode. Miss « £ rle Bar * er . teacher In district her pupil8 ' Presented and recitations. Miss The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, April 19,1938 . . ss Pepoon, home demonstration agent gave a talk on 4-H girls' club work. A. L. Brown, county agent, gave a talk on boys' club work. Clark Scuffham gave a short talk abou the soil conservation program. A committee consisting of Mrs Austin Gardner, Mrs. Clark Scuff ham, and Mrs. George Benschote was appointed to act at the Jun meeting. Lunch was served by the commit tee, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Seely, Mr and Mrs. Leonard D'rager and Mr and Mrs. Leslie Huff. (Church of Nazarene Lotnie Voorhlm, pastor Services each Sunday. Sunda School at 9:45. Morning worship 11:00; evening service, 8:00; Wed nesday evening prayer meeting 8:00. You Can't Beat Our assic Cl Reefers Fashion's Favorite! Specially Priced Classic' reefers tailored and fitted like a million dollars. Perfect eoats for sport? or dressy wear ... grand for vacations. Sliet- lands in beige, navy, pastels Lined. 12 to 20. Other Suits and Coats specially priced at '14.98 „. '19.50 Mrs. f. E. V. Shore of Des Moines was a guest of her sister, Mrs. A Hutchison, Saturday and Sunday Mr. and Mm. L. P. Stillman o Dolllver were Sunday guests o their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs G. W. Stillman. Leona Smith, student at the lowi State Teachers' College at Ceda Falls was a week end guest at tht home of her mother, Mrs. Nea Smith. Ida Halpin, who attends the lown State College at. Ames, was a gues during the week end at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Halpin. Betty Hilsteadt of Boone was u week end guest of Mildred Pratt Betty is a sister of Elaine Hilstead who is employed at the Botsford Lumber Company. Mr. and Mrs. W. \V. Sullivan and daughter, Sheila, drove to Emmets burg, Sunday, and Were guests ai the home of Mrs. Sullivan's moth er, Mrs. Daniel Kelly. Mrs. O. D. Shuimvay and daughter, Sandrn Fay, will return to their home today from the Kosauth hospital where the baby was born on April 9. Mrs. Edgar Beamish of Iowa Quality PRINTING Your Printed Material Is Your Personal Calling Card-Don't Let It Do You An Injustice ' • The next time a transient tries to sell you printing call us in for comparative prices. You get what you pay for in printing too. We can sell as cheaply as anybody, but we prefer to do a quality job worth a few cents more. Check Up Now On Your - Letterheads —Memo Heads Envelopes —Statements Billed Booklets and Forms Blotters —Enclosures Herc bit Anything We Can't Print! Call 230 The Algona Upper Des Moinet "Buy At Home—It Pay* Dividend*" J'alls arrived Saturday and will vis- t at the homes of her daughter, Mrs. Clarence Stewart, and son, Raymond Beamish. Mrs. T. H. Holmes left Saturday with her son, Wilfred Resseguie, 'or the later's home in Evanston. Illinois, where she will visit until ';he last of the week. Adam Heideracheidt, who is employed at the Sportsman's tavern, almost lost his right thumb the irst of last week when a coke bottle je was attempting to open broke in ils hand. Mr. and Mrs. Arnle Horsford of 'ort Doage drove to Algona Sunday o visit their Algona friends. Mr Sorsford was recently transferred from the local Gamble store to the ~!amble store at Fort Doage. G. D. Brundage left last Wednesday for Huron, South Dakota, where he will spend three weeks closing out a shoe stock for the Vestern Trading Co., which has been conducting the Christensen fire sale. Mrs. Lyda Allen, who keeps house or T. H Wadsworth, left Friday or Mason City for a visit with her laughter. Mrs. Harvey Wadsworth irho is formerly of Denver, is keep- ng house for Mr. Wadsworth dur- ng her absence. Pauline Black lion returned to he home of her parents, Mr. and Vfra. J. F. Black after having re- eived an honor diploma from the 'hompson Beauty School at Des Hoines. She has been working at he Milady Beauty Salon. F. C. Smith in the new truck alesman at the McCormick-Deering store. He cames here from Albert Lea. Frank Mllnor, who has been with the local store the past year.or more has been transferred to the Blue Earth store. mm fffiwR daughter, Dorothy Ann of Mason City spent Sunday as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mott and family of Plalnfleld. The men are brothers of Mrs. Mott. Call Dickinson and Ruth Dickinson Hunter of Des Moines were week end guests at the home of their ' parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Dickin ' C. B. Pierce left Wednesday for Woodward. Iowa, to attend a church home coming. Mr. and MM. Bob Tate of St. Louis were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kelly. Benlah Hartshorn spent the week end visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hartshorn at Swea City. Marlon Rising of Des Moines spent the week end with her pur- ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Rising. Ruth McMahon of Garner was a week end guest at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McMahon. Mrs. Maurice McMahon and Jier daughter. Nancy, drove to Mason City Friday and were guests of Mrs. Paul Hammil. Ruth Black, who teaches in the Mallard schools, was a week end guest at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Black. Harold Falkenhainer of . Moines spent the week end with his wife and little daughter. Lindr;. at the Dennis Goeders home. Sir. and Mrs. Floyd Pierce nnd daughters. Jo Ann and Judy, visited Mrs. Pierce's mother, Mrs. Nellie Silvers, at Webster City, Friday. Mr. and Mrs.- Marvin Clements moved from the Lathrop apartments on East State street Into a Bert Deal house on South Harlan. Dr. and Mrs. C. 3. Scanlnn drove to Rock Valley, Sunday, and were guests at the home of the former s larents, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Scan- n. Mrs. B. P. Benson, Mrs. Wayne Sradfleld and daughter, Patty, nnd Jerry Good weie guests of Mrs. Phyllis Good at Fort Dodge, Thursday. J. Griffith and Catherine McCall of Des Moines were week end guests at the home of the latter's Barents, Mr. .and Mrs. M. J. Mcall. Mrs. S. O. Anderson left Saturday for Mitchell, South Dakota, for a three weeks' visit \vith her par- ;nts, Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Thomp- lon. Mr. and Airs. Edwin Cody spent 3astcr Sunday at Hignland. Wis- fionfcin, visiting relattves\ Mr. Cody is a salesman who travels out of Algona. .1. P. Trunkhlll will be dismissed 'rom the Kossuth hospital Wednes- la -after having been ill there since february 7. Mr. Trunkhill's home s near Burt. Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Fox and son,; Silly Lee Were guests Easter Sun-' lay at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 1. H. Greenwood at Tabor, Iowa. The women are sisters. Vernon Kohlhaas, John Spencer, sabelle Greenberg, Harry Green>erg. Bob LaBarre, and John Jlshop are University of Iowa stud- nts home for spring vacation. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Potter of Montevideo, Minnesota, moved into he apartment of Mrs. Walter Good ast week Tuesday. Mr. Potter Is mployed by Swift & Company. i»*ic*iLo, i»ir. aria wirs. L,. J. JJickin-I * «nu son. The former's son. Dickie, who I tle ' s s 'sters. had been visiting at his grandparents home, returned with his father. Mr*. Louiftf Hoerner and Betty Backus of Dubuquc spent Easter Sunday in Algona. Mrs. Hoerner, who is the widow of a former Al- 5ona Congregational minister, is a member of the Dubuque faculty and Betty is employed in the Penny store there. Mr. and .Mrs. L. E. Llnnan went to Chicago Friday to spend Easte- with the latter's sisters, the Misses Predericka and Alvena Wassenberg. Mr. Linnan returned Monday morning, but Mrs. Llnnan remained in Chicago to visit until the last of the week. Mm. Earl Sprague and daughter, Sue Ann. left for Clear Lake Thursday and visited at the home of the former's parents. Mr. and Mr* Frank Clayberg. Earl Sprague drove to Clear Lake Saturday night and brought his wife and daughter back Sunday. Joe Edge, «on of Dr. and Mr«. J. H Edge of Mitchell, South Dakota, was a week end guest of Merle Pratt. Joe was met 'at the train with a band composed of his former Algona friends, who also presented him with a huge cardboard key to the city. John Deim and Wade Haiuon, who are attending Dunwoody Institute in Minneapolis, spent the week end in Algona with their respective parents, Mrs. Eva Deim and Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hanson. John is taking sheet metal work and Wade is studying achitecture. Mrs. Ned Porter of Cedar Rapid* spent Monday in Algona visiting at the home of her mother, Mrs. Charlotte Parsons. She came at this time to be here while Mrs. W F Kinseth of Huntington Park, Calif is here. Mrs. Porter will be remembered as Opal Parsons, and Mrs. Kinseth, as Florence Soren- :oming week endattne home o ter daughter, Mrs. Maurice Me Mahon. The Mangans live in Min nea polls. Bill Williams, Mrs. Marvin Cos er and Marion Tuttle of Des Moinrs. .verc Sunday guests at the home f Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Tuttle. Mrs Cosper and Marion are Mr. Tut- son. Mr. and Mr.. H. A. Norman had a family gathering at their home Easier. GuesU were Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Carlson and family of Omuha Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Norman and family of Everly, Mr. and Mrs Martin Swanson and son, Jimmy, and Mrs. Anders Anderson, mother of Mrs. Carlson, Mrs. Swanson, and the two Norman men. Mre. T. C. Sherman and son, Richard, will arrive the latter part of the week from New York City. Mrs. Sherman has been there since March 31 visiting her sons. Edward and Richard and daughter, Mrs. Chester Kingsley. Richard U driving back a new automobile and after a visit here, will return to the west coast where he la a scenario writer for the Twentieth Century Fox Films. Mrs. Nels Larson celebrated her 83rd birthday last Thursday. The day was quietly observed, but the neighbors and old friends remembered her by stopping to call and aUo with gifts. Mi-s. Larson was born in Sweden, but has lived in Algona many years. She , . e does her own work and keeps house for hewM and son, John, who i* MRriSJW* at tb* Atgena Ice Crew * Candy Factory. Mr. and .Mrs. M. \V. Jiwolwon spent Easter Sunday visiting at the homes of their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jacobson of Dows, and Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Kersey of Gait. Harry Hull and .Mrs. K. D. Jimirs drove to Omaha, Thursday morning. Mrs. Hull went there on business, and Mrs. K. D. James will visit at the honrj of her daughter, Ruth, Mrs. C. B. Nasby. Mr. and Mrs. J. \V. Little and children. Merlin and Eugenia, were Sunday guests at the home of >fr. and Mrs. T. C. Michaelson at Humboldt. Mrs. Little and Mrs. Michaelson are sisters. Dr. and .Mr», Royal J.j Montgomery, the former director of young people's work in Iowa Congregational churches, called at the local Congregational parsonage on Wednesday aftf rnoqn. MTU. Ira Ivenon and three children, Betty, Mary Lou and Junior, arrived Saturday and visited until Monday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. August Huenhold. Mrs. Iverson is a daughter of the Huenholdn. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bell have named their infant son, Ronald Leigh. The baby was born at the Kossuth hospital, April 10. and is the second son for the Bells. The older child is named Richard Charles. .Mr. and .Mm. Raymond BftuuUh and children, Jean and Jerry, were in Iowa Falls, Saturday, on bua- iness and visiting at the homes of their respective parents. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Beamish and Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Reed. Mr. and Mrs. Debnar McFadden, and Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Genrich. and son drove to Buffalo Center last week Sunday to help Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Jones celebrate their wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Jones are the women's parents. Dr. and Mrs. 3. B. Wiiikel were Sunday dinner guests of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Capesius. Other guests at the Capesius home were Irene Capesius, daughter who is employed in Mason City; Edmund Capesius, student at Iowa State College; Mr. and Mrs. Julius Capesius and family, Mrs. Clara Walker and family, Edward Capesius and Mrs. Mamie Winkel Miss Gertrude N'ekon, senior at Gustavus Adolphus College and daughter of Mrs. Alma Nelson, has been chosen as a member of the girls' debate team to represent the college at the National Pi Kappa Delta speech tournament to be held at Topeka. Kansas, April 18. This is the second trip Miss Nelson has made to the tourney also represnt- ing Gustavus when she was a sophomore. Mrs. Don MerU spent last week at Cherokee with her husband, who is employed there by the Rath Packing Company. They have rented a new house there which will not be finished for occupancy for six weeks. Until that time Mrs. MerU will visit at the home ol her mother, Mrs. John Caughlin. The little Mr. nnd Mrs. Carl Pearson were week end guests of Mr. nnd Mrs Francis Lonergan at Schaller. Irene Heller of Whlttemore was ft guest of her mother. Mrs. Fred Bierstedt of Whittemore, Sundny. Mrs. H. J. Cowan and Mrs. Dirk Cowan drove to Fort Dodge, Thursday and were guests of Mrs. Arnie Horsford. Mr. and Mrs. William Howie and daughter. Beverly of Emmetsburg were Sunday guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. O. R. Cook. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Smith of Montana were week end guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. H. M. Smith. The men are brothers. Gwendolyn Deal visited her pnr- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Deal, this week end. Gwendolyn attends the Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Falls. Mrs. W. A. Norton returned to her home nt Marshnlltown following a week as guest nt the home of her son nnd wife. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Norton. Mr. and Mrs. \V. B. Nugent nnd II P , sons. Jack and Dingley of Chicago visited the parents of Mrs. Nugent, Mr. and Mrs. F. W.'Dingley, from Friday until Monday. Cliff Anlfs of Sioux City will spend the week end here with his wife and son. Gary. Mrs. Aalfs has been here n week with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bailey. .Mr. nnd Mrs. Lloyd Muekey nnd family were dinner guests, Easter Sunday, of Mr. and Mrs. Harve Stevens of Sexton. Mrs. Mucke and Mrs. Stevens are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Stephen son of Arnolds Park were wee end guests of their respective par ents, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Stephcnson and Mr. and Mrs. L. J. DeGraw Mr. and .Mrs. Arthur Parsons am family of Eagle Grove were guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H R. Cowan, Easter Sunday. Th Parsons are cousins of Mrs. Cow an. Complete redecoratlon of the Mar igold Beauty Shoppes was completei last week, lending a' bright, spring like tone to the beauty salon. Ne\ lighting fixtures and Venetiai blinds are among the improvements diet Holt wns nble to return t his duties as manager of the Graham store Monday after an absence o several days caused by an abcesi on his nose, which is now on thi mend. Mrs. Friedn Stuessy nnd daugh ter, Ellen and Mr. and Mrs. Miki Loss, Jr., drove to Des Moines Sunday, and visited the former's son, Gerald, a registered pharm acist, who is employed in a drug store. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Hanson o Minneapolis visited during tin. week end with their son and wife Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hanson. They brought their little granddaughter Barbara, home. Barbara had been visiting at Minneapolis for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Hutch ison and daughter, Sue, E. J Hough and daughter, Frances, and Betty Murtagh went to Des Molnea Monday, trances and Betty re turned to the University of Iowa a """" ~^SS'!S»*' l f!!"».* M *- ^^S^^^^^^^^^^iV^JK*-^- Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Vlgnn nnc Mrs. George Conklin drove to Ma son City today (Tuesday) to tak Margaret Vigars there to return ti Chicago via the "Rocket." Mar garet had been visiting her parents since Saturday. She is studying social ethics at the University ol Chicago. Jay and Ann Duhigg, children of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Duhigg. Jr. of Emmetsburg, visited at the home of their aunt, Mrs. E. C. McMahon from Wednesday until Sunday. Mr and Mrs. MeMahon and son, Jimnie, took them to Emmet.sbur;;. 3unday, and were dinner guests at the home of Mrs. McMahon's par- •nts. Mr. and Mrs. Duhigg. DoiinubHI and Betty Merron were veek end guests of their mother, Urs. Buena Merron at Estherville. Donnubell Is employed here at the :owa State Bank, and Betty is a student at the University of Iowa, md had been a guest at the R. H. filler home since Wednesday. Mr. md Mrs. R. H. Miller were guests Saster of Mrs. Miller's parenU, rfr. and Mrs. L. G. Thompson at Estherville and Donnabeil returned with them. Several pieces of Algona property have changed hands of late, among them being the Wm. C. Richmond house on north Jones street, which was sold to A. A. Sterling by C W. Nicoulin, who also sold the T L. Larson house near the ccmeterj to the Richmonds. Mr. Nicoulin has also made two other deals whereby Sam Medin becomes owner of the Mrs. S. N. Brace house on south Dodge street, and Art Collinson, the owner of the Mrs. Frank Koepke property next to the Seventh Day Adventist church. \V. E. Naudain bring* this paper news of the death of Mrs. J. R. Bright at her home at Glendale. written n letter to his mother every week since locating in California 25 years ago. The Bright family for many years were among the well known families of this vicinity. They lived on their farm just west of the Wnlburg cabin camp on No. 18. now owned by the Viponds. M'r. Bright died a number of years ago. The Bright." moved west perhaps SO yenrs ago. Mrs. Soremen Rents Rooming House; Goes to Calif. Mrs. Mary Sorensen nnd her daughter. Mrs. W. J. Kinseth, will leave tomorrow in the former's cnr for HuntingUn Park, California, which is Mrs. Kinseth's home. The Intter, who will he remembered ns Florence Sorensen, has been here the past ten dnys visiting her mother nnd friends, nlso relatives of her lusbnnd who live at Bode. Mrs. Sorensen lins leased her npnrtmcnt louse to Mrs. Mabel Wermersen for a yenr nnd has rented nn npart- ment in Huntington Pnrk, where she plnns to remain for nt least that ong. Her brother, Henry Tlepcr- iian. who has lived with her n num- >er of years, will retain a room California, last week. 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