The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 26, 1938 · Page 2
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 26, 1938
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The Algona Upper Pes Moines, Algona, Iowa, April 26,1938 IMRMORELADY SUFFERSSTROKE Alice Dunphy Stricken, in Serious Condition After Attack, Thursday Ltvermore: Miss Alice Dunphy, Who suffered a stroke Thursday at h«r home here, remains In a serious condition. Her sister, Mrs. James Murphy, is with her, and Nurse Margaret Malin is caring for her. Margie Murphy, a niece, came from Iowa City and is at the Dunphy home. town, as soon as the weather wi permit. Mr. ftnd Mrs. Loren Holmes ar nicely settled in the White Apart |meht, located above the Nelso grocery. The Holmes moved her from Algona. but were former res idents of this place. Mr. Holme has retained his work in Algonn and drives back and forth. Mrs. Herman Pooch was guest o honor at a house warming in he new home southeast of Livermore Thursday, when a number of hei relatives and friends went to hei home. The afternoon was spen' In games and socially, and the self' invited guests presented the guest of honor with a very nice porcelain top table. Pot luck lunch waf served. Sponsors were Mesdames Vfillett, Gronbach, Johnson and Wadison. Band Benefit Net* S58 The band benefit party held a the new gymnasium Thursday eve ning, was not as largely attended a It had been hoped. Around $28 wer taken in. The band, under the dir ection of Alvin Bredall, has don excellent work, and made iplendii progress during the year. Mrs. Frank Hoffman and daugh ter, Margaret, were shopping in Fort Dodge Thursday. A carload of hogs, and one of cat tie, were shipped by Otto Schwenck to Chicago. Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Tuttle spent Thursday evening at Rutland a the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fay Fer rls. Miss Ethel Anderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. K Anderson came from Des Molnes to spend a short time with her parents. Elmer Hewitt entertained a number of his friends at his apartment one evening last week. Mrs. Weaver Hewitt was in charge cf the refreshments. Recently, when one of the local faculty instructors was away for a day, Avis Taylor and Virgil Boyd, two seniors, had charge of the class work, and it is said they did splendidly. Mrs. W. M. Smith has been spending some time in Fort Dodge, car- Ing for a grandchild that has been confined at the Lutheran hospital. the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Cameron of Rolfe. The Ernest Boyd home is undergoing considerable repairing. An Double Pneumonia Strikes West Bend Woman Past Week West Bend: Mrs. Don Sinclair has been very ill the past w^ek, with double pneumonia. Phyllis Sinclair was called home from Palmer, Wednesday, where she is a beauty operator, to be with her father. Florence, who is a nurse in Chicago, came home Saturday morning, to be with her parents. Nicholas Becker Ordained May 1; First Mass May 4 St. Joe: Mr. and Mrs. Jake Zellei- and son, George, of South Dakota, arrived Monday for a visit with relatives and to attend the ordination to the priesthood of their nephew, Nicholas Becker at Sioux City on May 1st, and the First Mass in St Joseph's Catholic church here on Way 4th. Mr. and Mrs. Zeller are .he parents of Mrs. Nick Thil>re.« of his place. OTTERNESS HEAD OFFENTONPTA a. W. Newel, Virginia Frank Are Other Officers to Serve This Year entire rearrangement of the kitchen Is to be made, other interior work is being done, and the house is to have a new shingled roof. Mrs. Amanda Schwenck Overmyer, who lives in Vermont, arrived Sunday morning, called by the illness of her mother, Mrs. Horace Schwenck, who underwent an operation at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. Mrs. Hans Madison was pleasantly surprised at her home north of town, Friday, when a number of her friends went to her home laden with lunch baskets, card tables and gifts. Mrs. Max Gronbach sponsored the affair. Ole Bergland, agent for the M. & St L., has been enjoying a visit from hU son of St Paul. The young man li known here, aa he relieved hU father at the station hern, when the elder Bergland worked as relief agent at Perry last summer. Selmer Holmes, who has been confined to his home for several months, following a stroke, is recovering and Is able to be about the homC It is expected that Mr. Holmes will soon be able to be up Nick Thilges purchased a n ractor Tuesday. Mrs. Lucy Wagner spent Easter iunday and Monday at the Nick Reding home at Whittemore. Alvin Erpelding returned to the 'rinity College, Sioux City, Monday fter spending the Easter vacation ere with relatives. Mrs. Will Reding from here and Mrs. James Reding from Algona left Monday for Rochester. Minn., where they went for medical aid. Mrs. Lucy Wagner, Mrs. Orville Wagner and daughter and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner spent Wednesday at the Nick Reding home in Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Reding, Mr. and Mrs. John B. Reding and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reding and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Nick Thilges were last Sunday dinner guests at the James Weydert home near Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bormann returned Thursday from Early, where they had gone to attend the wedding of Mrs. Bortnann's youngest brother. Mr. and Mrs. N. K. Kenkal from Early, parents of Mrs. Bormann, returned with the Bor- manns tor a visit Mrs. Mathew O'Connor and hnr daughter of Parsons, Kansas, are visiting with relatives and friends here and in Algona. Mrs. O'Connor will be better remembered as Stella Bormann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Bormann, Sr., of Algona. Fenton: Fenton Parent-TV achers association met in the high school auditorium last week Tuesday evening at which time election of officers was held. M. E. Otterne's was re-elected president; G. W. Newel ivas nnmed vice president anrl Vir- ;inia Frank, secretary. During the nisiness meeting it was decided to hold the school picnic the Inat day of school, May 20. The following program wai given: piano duet by Betty Jean Schwartz nnd Lavonne Newel; horal reading by fifth and sixth grade pupils; comic skit advertis- ng the senior class play given by a group of freshmen; talk, "First Aid n the Home" by Mrs. E. W. Ruske; iolin solo, "Moonlight Sonata" by Lnna Finn accompanied by Vir- inin Frank nt the piano. Host- sses were Mesdames Walter Ohm, Harry Widdel, Otto Wichtendnhl, \rthur Riedel, E. W. Ruske, Morris Mitchell, Ed Schmidt. Harold mith, Delbert Long and Emil Eimers. Muellers to Pittsburgh Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Mueller left Friday for Pittsburgh, Pa., where Dr. Mueller will be a witness in a personal injury suit brought by the Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Schneider, who were in a bus accident a year ago. Mr. Schneider is a former Methodist pastor at Fenton and is now "iving at Alta. Other witnesses are :he Rev. W. G. Muhleman and Dr. S. W. Meyer of Algona who left last A New Dress Shop Featuring Hollywood Fashion Frocks Silk Dresses at 2.99 3.99 4.99 Vesper B. Hull Nt'xt to Zender's week lor Pittsburgh. Mrs. Meyer accompanied her husband. Parents of Daughter Mr. and Mrs. William Miller became parents of a six pound daughter, Alvina Marie, born Thursday evening, April 20 at the McCreery hospital in Whittemore. The Millers are also parents of two other daughters, Corcella and Carmen. Mrs. Miller and daughter were brought home Sunday, and Mrs. Minnie Dreyer will take care of the mother and baby. Fenton 17; Rlngsted 10 Fenton high school defeated the Rlngsted team 17 to 10 on the Ringsted diamond last week Tuesday afternoon. The game was marked by heavy hitting and numerous errors. Geronsin, Priebe and Dreyer led Fenton's hitting while Meyers and Jensen topped Rlngsted. Priebe and Schmidt pitched for Fenton with Geronsin catching. Sanders hurled for Rlngsted with Jensen and Meyers receiving. On Trlday afternoon Fenton defeated Seneca 13 to 9, at Seneca. Mrs. William Stamer entertained Mrs. J. B. Hanson, Mrs. Alex Moses and Mrs. John Arbogast at her home Friday afternoon. i Mrs. F. H. Bohn and daughter, Mary Ann were Algona visitors on Thursday and ,were dinner guests at the Theodore Goeders home. Mrs. Raymond Reimers of Rlng- sted entertained a group of Fenton ladles at a quilting bee all day Thursday. Attending were Mrs. H. E. Reimers, W. V. Yager, J. A. Schwartz, Fred Dau and EJ. a Weisbrod. NEW SPRING and SUMMER HATS See these brand new hats while yon shop in Algona Dollar Day. New pastels and whites in straw and felt, B5-2.95 * ElizabefhHolfzbauer Next to Zender's Formerly With Christensen Bros © so* Check these special values which you can buy here for $1 on Dollar Day. You will save money. One Dollar buys any one of these bargains. 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