The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 14, 1938 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 14,1938 MW and }fan. Rt. fit. Falkenhaincr spent the week end at the Falken- liainer cottage on Okoboji. Jack IJniuui of Fort Uodfre Is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Llrtnan. He is Luke's nephew. Mr. And Mrs. Joe Bloorn and son, Richard, spent Sunday at Wells, Minnesota, with Mr. and Mrs. Dave Singer. Mit|. Fred IVtcWherter underwent a serious operation in St. Mary's hospital at Rochester, Mlhn., last Saturday. She is improving. Mrt. Don Mertz and baby dtuiRh- ter, Donnft' Dru, vlsltSd Inst week at the home of the former's sister, Mrs. Alvin S. Carr at Ireton. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Btipngpr and Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner attended the mission festival of the Lutheran church at West Bend last Sunday. Ed Ostarbauer of Rockford, Illinois, visited from Saturday until today with his sister, Mrs. Ann Fechner, and looked after business 'matters. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Fclkey of Winona, Minn., were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Hovey. Mrs. Felkey is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hovey. Mrs. Anna Ublpndorf of Chicago arrived Monday and will be a guest at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Dennis Ooeders, during the summer months. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Pletch and family left for St. Paul Thursday nnd will be guests of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Falkenhainer until they definitely establish a residence. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wallace- of Hollywood. California, came Saturday for a month's visit with Mrs. Wallace's sister, Mrs. W. K. Ferguson, and brother, H. E. Rist. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Weaver returned last week from a two and ;\ half weeks' trip. They visited at the home of their daughter, Mrs. R. E. Menzel at Rait Lake City for ten days, returning through Yellowstone National Park, the Big Horn Mountains and the Black Hills. SUNDAY, JUNE 19th Give Dad Something to Wear WISE GIFT SUGGESTIONS APPROVED ey WISE DADS THE BY WILSON BROTHER- Oban Seamless Collar. V-shaped waist. Fine Sanforized Shrunk broadcloth. 1.65 2.00 Neater Drape! WEDGLOCKE TIES {•Exclusive new Wilson Brothers' construction assures easier tying. •1 Miles of extra f Ounces Cooler! WEAR. NOBELT Buffer hose Extra reinforced at heel and toe. Fashioned by Wilson Brothers. 35c 50c PAJAMAS New open weave Porontt fabric. With plinblc Nobelt waist by Wilson Brothers. 1.95 STEELE'S Webb Belcher of Humboldt was a business visitor in Algona Saturday. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. A. Momyer and children, John and Maxine, were Clear Lake visitors, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Wilson and Mrs. Florence Peterson and family were in Blue Earth, Saturday, on business. D. D. Monlux and Georjrc St. John left Monday for Waterloo and will attend a Masonic Grand Lodge meeting until Friday. R. W. Roeder, railway postal clerk on the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul line, has been ill and confined to his bed for the past week. Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Lonergan of Boone, were guests last week Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. The women are sis- Matt Sclzer. tcrs. Mrs. Mabpl Sorpnspn and daughter, Jeannette. left Monday for Hutchison, Kansas, where they will visit the former's sister for a week nr ten days. Hplpn Corey spent the week end in Marshalltown visiting Zella May Case. The girls were schoolmates at the Iowa State Teachers' College at Cedar Falls. Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Smith, son, Donnie, and nephew, Jim Smith drove to Lewis, Iowa, Saturday, ,.0 visit the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Art Smith. Bob Post arrived Saturday from Chicago, where he is studying optometry,' to visit this summer at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Post. Dick Sorensen drove to Oraet- tinger Sunday after his wife and daughter, Judy, who had been visiting Mrs. Sorensen's sister the past three or four days. M. J. Duffy attended a meeting of county treasurers at Mason City at the Eadmar hotel, Thursday. He was accompanied by his wife and daughter, Catherine. Sunday gueste at the home of Mr*. Owen Nichols were her aunt, Mrs. August Foshage and a cousin and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. John Borgwardt of Spirit Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Ix>o Spllles returned from Chicago today (Tuesday) where they had been since Saturday. They had gone to attend the Brooklyn-Chicago baseball game. Roy Brownell and son, Roy Jr. J. A. Brownell, Roy Richardson and son. Raymond, returned Thurs day from a five-day fishing trip at Pine River, Minn., at Lake Hattie .Mrs. Mary Sweeney, Mrs. R. W Roeder and daughters, Mrs. Chester i Willey and Edith and Mrs. Rose Towle spent last week Sunday a' Sioux City visiting Mrs. Sweeney's daughter, Mrs. Harry Empting. I Little Kathleen Griffin, daughtei of Mr. and Mrs. Mel B. Griffin, and Marie Earl left Friday for Plank ington, S. D., for a visit un til the latter part of the week. They went with friends from Sanborn. Lcona Smith, daughter of Mrs. Neal Smith, has signed a contract to teach the first and second grades at Dakota City, Iowa. She has finished her course at the Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Falls. Mr. and Mm. CUR Aalffs and eons, Gary and David, and the former's nl«c«, Dorothy Aa«», all of Sioux City, were week end guests at the home of Mrs. Aalfs' parent*, Lyle £«(ynotds spent Sunday In Des Moines on business. Dr W. D. Andrews left Saturday for a week In Klrksville, Mo., where he will attend a clinic. Alice Weaver of Sheldon was a week end visitor at the home of Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Burgess. The chapel room of the Laird & McCullough funeral home is being enlarged and will be refurnished. Rozanne Holtibauer left Saturday for Des Moines, where she will visit her aunt, Mrs. C. B. M. Smith, for several weeks. Edwin Lalng, son of Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Laing, underwent a tonsil- ectomy at the Kossuth hospital, on Thursday morning. J. F. Cook, retired farm of Union township, has been at the Kossuth hospital since last week Wednesday for medical care. Mrs. Nellie SfcMahon was able to be out Sunday for the first time in seven weeks. She was suffering from a severely sprained ankle. Mr. nnd Mrs. Norman Crawford nnd family drove to Spencer, Sunday, to visit Mrs. Crawford's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Heine. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson of Estherville were week end guests at the R.' H. Miller home. Mr. Thompson is Mrs. Miller's brother. Dr. nnd Mrs. John Keneflck and son, Michael, drove to Eagle Grove, Friday evening, and visited Dr. Ken- efiick's mother, Mrs. P. H. Kenefick Catherine Selzer, graduate nurse from Mercy hospital, Mason City, islted her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Selzer, Monday and Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Duffy and 'amily visited at Whittemore. Sunday at the home of Mr. Duffy's mother, Mrs. Martin Duffy, Sr., who s ill. Patricia Hull and Meredith Raney of Algona, and Marlyln Woodward of Whittemore, left Sunday and will spend the week at Camp Morrison at Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Holman Anderson and son, Jerry Bob, spent Sunday at Crystal Lake, visiting Mrs. Anderson's parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Sonnerholm. Mrs. Anna 51. Leuson Is expecting her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Leason, and their daughter Jean, from Minneapolis, Friday, for a ten day visit. Mr. nnd Mrs. C'nrl I,. Wlckstrnm Mr. nnd Mrs. T. F. O'Hnirp nnd daughter, Ann. of Washington, D. C., are expected Thursday for a visit at the home of Mrs. O'Halre's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rist. Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Menzpl of Salt Lake City will arrive this week for a visit of several days at the home of Mrs. Menzel's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mart Weaver. The t,otts Creek Lutheran school will broadcast over WOI. at Ames, Wednesday, June 17, from 11:30 a. m. until 12:00 noon. The program will be of secular and sacred songs Mrs. Louis Hintz, 5Ir. and Mrs. Ed Hackbarth, Mr. and Mrs. Max Bast and daughter and Miss Alma Bast went to Westgate. Iowa, Saturday to visit relatives for a few days. Mrs. OHs Paddock nnd daughter, Patsy, of Glendale. Arizona, came Saturday for three weeks' visit with the former's parents. Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Tribon. Dr. Tribon met her n Fort Dodge. Catherine Stewart, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Clarence Stewart. left Friday for Kansas City. Mo., where she will spend several weeks visit- ng nt the homes of her aunts. Mrs. Paul Baker, and Mrs. Ida Heverling. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dolnrs of St. Louis, Mo., returned to their home last week Tuesday after visiting Mrs. Domes' mother, Mrs. Fred Zeigler for several days. Mrs. Doines will be remembered as Alice Zeigler. Mr. and Sirs. F. H. Lynch of Minneapolis were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Sullivan, Wednesday. They are cousins of Mrs. Sullivan. The Lynchs left here to visit relatives at Emmetsburg. L. J. Dickinson and daughter, Mrs. Ruth Hunter, returned to Des Moines Monday after a week in Algona. Mrs. Hunter has been ns- sisting in her father's office in Des Moines for the past three weeks and since his nomination for U. S senator will continue there. Ed Goptsrh, who has been in thn ents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lund. HP hospital at Cherokee for some time, I came home last week and Is again' at his old home on North Jones street, where he is living with the Ed Johnson family, who are caring for him. Ed's old friends are glad to see him back and looking so well. M. W. Jacobson, jeweler at Borchardt's drug store, has bePn ill and confined to his bed since last week Tuesday with a throat infection. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jacobson of Dows visited Saturday and Sunday at the home of their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Jacobson. Watson March camp homp Friday from the University of Iowa where he was a sophomore the past year. After another week he will go to Minneapolis for ten days' schooling in the Northrup King offices, nnd will then spend the remainder of the summer on the road for the firm. He plans to go back to school in the fall. Chns. Lund, who 1ms bprn attending the Des Moines School of Pharmacy, has been spending several days in Algona visiting his par- drove to Minneapolis the last of the week to visit friends for a few days. Upon returning to Des Moines he will take a position in one of the Des Moines drug stores for the summer. Fentonite in Jail Ervin Brass. Fenton, was sentenced to 30 days in the county jail at Emmetsburg, Wednesday of last week, after a plea of guilty in justice court to n charge of writing worthless checks. „ C. L. Bailey and Mr. and Mrs. Algona friends. .Mrs. Forest Twogood is to arrive today from Moscow, Idaho, to spend the summer at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Haggard. Mr. Twogood, who is the athletic coach at the State University there, is expected here a little latter. Harriet Smith has accepted the position as assistant secretary to the head of the chemistry department at the Iowa State College nt Ames. Her new position began on Friday. Harriet recently completed a business course at Des Moines. Dr. and Mrs. Lee Nugent and two children, Mary Lee and Burns, were week end visitors in Cedar Rapids at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Sumner Quarton and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Quarton. Sumner nnd Bill are brothers of Mrs. Nugent. Mrs. Rose Towle of Madison, Wis., left Friday night after visiting a week with her sister, Mrs. Mary Sweeney and her niece, Mrs. R, W. Roeder. Mrs. Roeder took Mrs. Towle to Mason City, Friday, to visit with relatives there. Mrs. John Frank! and Helen and Harlah, who are students at Bould- nnd daughter. Carla of Grand Rapids. Michigan, are visiting at the home of Mrs. Wickstrum's sister, Mrs. H. M. Potter for a few days. Mr. nnd Mrs. Earl Middleton of Cheycne, Wyoming, were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Rice from Friday until Monday. Earl Middleton is the brother of Mrs. Rice. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Richardson and son, Gerald, returned last week Saturday after a visit with th\ir daughter, Mrs. L. L. Bunner at Moline, 111., and with relatives at Davenport. Mr. and Mr«. Wallace Jnqua of Fairmont, Minn., came Sunday, to take the latter's mother, Mrs. Agnes Cook, home after a two months' visit here with her sister, Grace Blanchard. • Mr. and Mrs. Glen Teeter and Wayne Schichtl of Union township, wen Sunday gue»U of Mr. and MM. Henry Johannsen, Jr. Mrs. Teeter and Wayne are the niece and nephew of Mrs. Johannsen. Mr. and Mr*. A. D. teaman and R. M. Notion of Nashua, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Tobin. They came after Mrs. Notion, who had visited nt the Tobin home since Thursday. Ni-ls Olson und Bobble Hendricks arrived Sunday from Sioux City, for a two weeks visit with Mr. nnd Mrs. R. G. Richardson. Mr. Olson is Mrs. Richardson's father, and Bobbie is her nephew. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Behlmer and son, Terry Bob of Emmetsburg, vis- tied the former's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Behlmer, Sunday afternoon. Jti,w Reynolds, sou of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Reynolds, visited at the homes of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Reynolds, and MM. D. N. Klnsella at Mason City last week. Mr. and MM. Fred Tubb«"*liiK brought their daughter, Mrs. Wallace MacDougall and her son. Bobbie, home Monday morning after a week's visit at the Tubbesing home in Mason City. Last week Monday, Mr. and Mrs. Tues.-Wed., June 14-15 Extended Run Clark Gable Myrnn l.oy Spencer Tracy in "Test Pilot" Coming Sun. Thru Wed. Laurel and Hardy in '.'Swiss Miss" Second Feature John Utel in "Little Miss Thoroughbred" GET YOUR SHARE OF THE ROLLINS TYROLA DIRNDL DRESSES of smart Nub Crash Sacking JOIN OUR ROklNS HOSIERX CLUB It's a Dirndl season . r . and the new peasant influence is in these lovely Tyrola Dirndl frocks. They are made with trimmed peasant skirls, zippers, printed crash trims, and other gay, colorful Tyrolean effects. As captivating as an Alpine flower .. . al ajjreath- lessly low price. $1.29 2 For $2.25 EVERVONE wins in the ROLLINS HOSIER/ CLUB swccpstakcsl For when the I2lh pait of ROLLINS hose has been purchased, you're the WINNER—the I 3th pair is yours —frecl you'll be delighted with the entra pair of stockings— and wiih the sheer loveliness and durability of ROLLINS. Sizes 12 to 20 Guaranteed Washable \ Kresemky's er University, returned Friday to spend the summer at home. Delia Frank), who teaches at Laramie, Wyoming, is spending the summer in the Teton Mountains at a dude runch where she is hostess. Jowphiiitt Murtugh, daughter of Mrs. E. J. Murtagh, spent the week end visiting her mother. Josephnie is employed in Des Moines, and was accompanied to Algona by Margaret Middleton, also of Des Monies, who visited during the week end ut the home of her aunt, Mrs. N. C. Rice. IJttle David lU-rrie of Mason City visited iit the home of his grandparents, Mr. und Mrs. \V. A. Barry during the week end. His par- tnts, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Berne and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Parks all o! Mason City, spent the time on a trip to the Twin Cities and Duluth .Mr. and Mr». W. L. Nicholson of El Paso, Texas, with Mrs. Sarah L. Nicholson and Mrs. W. E. Duncombe of Fort Dodge visited at the T. C. Sherman home, Friday. Mrs. Sarah L. Nicholson, who is 95 years of age, is Mr. Sherman's aunt, and Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Nicholson anJ | Mrs. Duncombe are his cousins. .Mr. und Mm. T. H. Cliribchillc* and Ted, Jack and Julian returned Tuesday from Beloit. Wisconsin, where they went to attend a reunion of Mr. Chrischilles' colleiio class. Ted will go to Beloit to school this fall. While they wei-j in Wisconsin the Chrischille.ses visited the Dr. Everett Hurtman family ut Janesville. Paul Hutclliu* k-ft Monday evening for Piltsburg. Pa., after a two day visit with hia parents, Mr. ami Mrs. H. D. Hutching. Paul has been located at LaCrosse, Wis., the past year, as an engineer for the Trane Co.. manufacturers of air conditioning equipment. He is beintj transferred from LaCrosse to Pittsburg in the employ of the same linn. Pootiuuater Wade Sullivan of tltis city returned last week Monday following a week end spent at a class reunion at the University of Notre Dame. He was accompanied by Edward D. Kelly of Emmet.-burg, Win. Kennedy of New Hun:|i- ton and Tim Donovan and J. F. Kennedy of New Hampton. They reported a large attendance and a splendid time. Phil Kohlhaas and daughter, Anita, attended the commencement exercises at Iowa City where Vernon received his B. A. degree at the University of Iowa. Betty Meron, daughter of Mrs. Buena Merron of Esther-, ille is paying her aunt, Mrs. R. H. Miller, a two weeks' visit. Betty has been a student at the University of Iowa during the past year. Algona attorney* who attc-ndcd the annual Iowa bar convention at DC:* Moines lust Wednesday. Thursday nnd Friday were Joe Lowe. T. (_'. Hutchison. H. 15. White, (J. W Stillman. H. J. Harrington, Don Huch- iscin and L. E. Linnan. Irene Taylor of Mankato, Minn.. visited in Algona. Thursday and Friday, with Mrs. Isabelle Meigg.-i. and oilier Algona friends. Irene was formerly employed as bookkeeper by the Goeders Co. Mr. and Mrs. Hub Hain und daughter, Alice, will return the latter part of the week from DeKalb, 111., where they have been visiting Mrs. Kain's sisters, Celia and Agnes Mullins, for two weeks. Bub Mut'key and Jack lloltzbuuer left Sunday for a week at Camp Dodge in Des Monies, in the Hawkeye slate boys' camp. This trip was awarded to the boys by the Kiwanis club ami the American Legion Ila U'llert arrived Saturday for u few days visit with her parents, Mr. und Mrs. I >. L. Leliert. Ila will be employed ul the lowu State l-'ol- kge at Ames tliis summer. She will complete her course ill another year. Cliarli-M SU'vrnson drove to Minneapolis, Sunday, lo attend u sales conference at the Northrup King Seed Company for u week. He has been attending the University of Minnesota und will travel this summer before re-entering the university. He is the son of Mrs. Tlieo. Herbst. Mr. iuul Mrs. l.yiui Keith and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Keith returned, Sunday evening, from u three weeks' trip i'.i the west. They visited Kyle Keith, who is employed ut ijulcoade. Nevada, son of UK- Lynn Keiths und took him \vilh them to San Francisco und Los Angeles. From there they visited Boulder Dam and the <;rand Canyon before returning home. Manufacturers of Iowa State Brand Butter Distributors Pasteurized Milk, Cream and Cottage Cheese Distributors Al-Co (Leaded) Gas—Al-Co Tex Gas Al-Co Penn Oil—Al-Co Oil—Al-Co Tex Oil Kerosene—Tractor Fuel—Distillate No. 1-2 Distributors Oilmeal—Bran— Salt -Block Salt—Buttermilk Powder < ';ish paid fur <-ivani I'min <> a. in. t<> li ]>. in. Saturdays lill !) j>. in. Tin- i'nlluwiiiti' i>H«-.'.s paid May \~>\\\ t<> May :5lst F. O. 15. Al-ni,;! Whole Milk Butter Fat 33c Sweet Cream Butter Fat 29c Algona Co-op. Creamery Co. M. P. CHRISTIANSEN, Sec'y and Treas. Phone 400 Algona, Iowa

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