The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 14, 1938 · Page 7
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The Algona tipper ttes Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 14,1938 TWP.GIRL BRIDE, JUNE 15 is Kennedy to Wed Looft in Arm- Istrong Church 2Ity: A wedding of Interest hwest Kossuth will take [ St. Mary's church In Armi Wednesday, June 15, when oldest daughter of the Mike r's of Swea township will e wife of Leon Looft, son [and Mrs. Nick Looft of tig. Leon Is a grandson of nd Mrs. Peter Looft, Swea the bride-to-be Is a cous- > Fltzglbbons, assistant In van, McMahon and Llnnan ces, Algona. Randall Looft, ' business man, is a broth> groom. bhn Thorngren Visits . Thorngren, who was ag- i instructor In the Swea City Irom 1928 to 1930 and later Kossuth county agent for bureau, was in town Wed- f June 8th, greeting old |Mr. Thorngren is field rep- ve for the Bankers Life farm land division, and prthwest Iowa counties In •His headquarters are | Lake. Girls, at Bally Day bityans who attended the ounty 4-H girls' rally day ^ Tuesday were Mrs. oba and daughter, Grace, (• Moats, Mrs. T. P. John- llss Esther Smith. Mrs. In charge of registra- . Moats helped Judge the imory contest, and Miss be a talk on the early his- Cossuth county. Mrs. Clifford McAnlnch and Mrs. Me An Inch's par [S. T. Evans are visiting ord's parents, the A. M. here. Clifford, who is religious education in Japtist church at Eugene, me east to attend the aptist convention in Mll- to weeks ago. IT SEXTON GUEST DAY The Sexton Ladles' Aid I at a guest day, Wednes- Sexton hall with 119 In fee. A 1:15 luncheon was Obllowed by a program of |d a one act play. The fere seated at four long hlch were decorated rep- the four seasons of three months being at $le. Each lady sat at the presenting her birthday. erry Lowman spent Thurs- her sister, Mrs. Chester _ Mr*. Aujnwt Ktrachbanm Iren spent Wednesday^ on ft Greenfield returned home yenlng from Lone Rock, [ is painting the farm build- |rs. A. D. Klchards. Voss, LuVerne, spent ay with her sister, Mrs. {Wise and attended the I guest day where she had oa the program. : 'rf-j _ *'.vi';'''. ( ie Henrikson, ien, Was Bride lew York, June 9 Miss Blanche Henrik- _..ursday evening, June 2 iectady, New York, where me the bride of Wilbur that place June 9th. eo. Satern underwent eration at the Lutheran Fort Dodge Wednesday She Is getting along a _n be expected. f. P. Truesdell, Miss Gaard lit and Lloyd Goshenour fowa City Monday where Lloyd wrote algebra In imlc tests. BWehrspann who has been 1 school at Valparaiso Un- Mparaiso, Ind., returned prday. ptheran Aid Meet* Iheran Ladle.-' Aid met on |v afternoon in the church llpth Mrs. Rena Enockson **• ,eRoy Kleppe as hostess- Wesleyam Attend Wedding of Sister Wesley: Mr. and Mrs. John Richter, Jr., went to Clarion Tuesday to attend the wedding of her sister, 3oldle Hendly and Edward Wanken. The ceremony was performed in the Catholic church at 7:30 that morning. Mrs. Richter was brldesmair for her sister and Mr. Richter was groomsman. The couple will live In Renwick where Mr. Wanken operates a portable feed mill. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Pntzsttick ara the parents of a son born last Tuesday. Mrs. Paul Erdman returned recently from an extended visit in Michigan. Miss Imogene Neuroth visited last week with her sister, Mrs. JacK Grant at Britt. Guy M. Butts attended the state banker's convention at Des Motnes early this week. Ilene Ravlin Is visiting her grandparents at Hampton. Madeline Erdman is also there. Ethel Braley came home Tuesday after a two weeks' visit at Des Moines and Ames. The Roman Eisenbacher family of Whittemore visited their various relatives here Monday. Miss Katherine Kelsh of Corwlth visited Thursday afternoon with her cousin, Mrs. Irene Studer. Ida Young returned to her work in Mason City Saturday after spending a short vacation at home. Gerry Wingert dislocated his shoulder while playing in the junior league baseball game nere Tuesday. Father A. J. Wagner returned from Sioux City where he had been attending a retreat since Monday. Fidelia Skow came home Satur*day from Forest City where she at' tended Waldorf College the past year. Dr. and Mrs. R. K. Richardson visited at the Dr. Harold Meyer home at LuVerne Wednesday evs ning. Mr. and Mrs. Emll Wester entertained Mr. and Mrs. Carl Westcr- gaard of Fort Dodge at their home Sunday. The Willing Workers circle of the Ladles' Aid will meet with Mrs John Welland next Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John Hutchison were Sunday guests of her mother Mrs. Margaret Lawler at New Providence. Dr. F. L. Adams attended the reunion of his medical class at Iowa City Saturday. Ten members of the class of 1898 attended. The Mesdames J. T. Meurer, L. L Lease, Frank Kouba, Jr., and the Misses Evelyn and Martha Haynes spent Friday In Mason City. •Mrs. Vincent Daughn, and tivo children returned Saturday from Minneapolis where ahj had been vis- ting relatives for a few day*. Irene Loebig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Loebig, went to Corwith Tuesday and visited at the Rufus Welter home until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dlekmnn and amily drove to Mankato, Minn., Sunday where they met some relatives of Mrs. Diekman for a picnic. Enar Franien was Initiated intd the Odd Fellows lodge at Brltt on Tuesday. The Rev. Arthur Bottom and Wallace Benton attended from lere. Oayle Studer returned from the General hospital at Algona Thurt- dny where he had been operated on for the removal of his appendix last vetk. ' Merrill Johnson of Washington, came Tuesday to stay through the summer vacation at the home of his sister, Mrs. Theron Hansen, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Gouge drove to Morgan, Minn., last Tuesday morn: Ing to attend the wedding of her niece, Miss Monica Spnngler to Harold Klrkhoss. In Ih* WEEKS NEWS CVKKBNT SfSNTS PfforoCIUPB«D FOR The Upper Pes Mioines NEW HEAD OF GOLD STAB MOTHERS: Philadelphia, Pa.—Mrs. Bess Duncan Wells of Portland, Oregon, was elected national president of the Gold Star Mothers at their national convention in the Walton Hotel here last week. She succeeds Mrs. Horace B. Blake of Philadelphia The "War Mothers" hit "Isms" as they urged in a resolution passed that aliens swearing allegiance to a foreign country's dictatorship be deported. RECOVERING FOLLOWING BABE SKULL OPEBATION— Washington, D. C.—Two and one-half'year old Alden Vorrath, whose skull was split recently In a surgical operation never da- rtre performed succeufuly Is n«r« shown In Children'* Hospital In Washington, D. C. The boy was faced with idiocy until surgeons opened the skull and wedged it apart to relieve pressure on his brain. Community Aid Cammunlty Ladies' Aid met > «|th Mrs. Morgan and Mrs, IffVick as hostesses. Ot-P C. held its annual pic- IBfry June 5th, at the Call Jimmic and Billle Henderson are here for the summer. Jimmle has been at the home of his grandparents in Minnesota and Billte was with his aunt in Nebraska. The Mesdames Julius Kunz, John and Louis Llcktelg, Misses Leona and Frances Selmer left Mondny noon for Sioux City to attend a retreat through Thursday. Mr. and Mrs George Goetz went > Rochester, Minn., last Sunday, here the later went through the linlc at the Mayo hospital. They eturned Wednesday night. Sam Alne drove to Northfield, Jinn., Tuesday and from there vent on to Minneapolis, accompani- d by his son, Leonard. They re- urned Thursday accompanied by id Funnemark. Father Linus Eisenbacher of Emmetsburg spent three days last week at the home of his parents, the . A. Eisebnachers. Sunday he went. o LeMara where he is taking the ilace of the priest In the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Sherman en- oyed a week's visit from their daughter, Mrs. Ronnie Gillson, brmerly Louise of Chicago. »rah Btoresund went to Sunday to see her son Jaduate. Olson and. son, Carol Ihome after spending ling her folks at Henrlks iota. .enrikson and daughter •lulled the Charles Morri [Thompson and Neva a ; Tuesday. {Mrs. Lee Holt returned t ie at Arnold's Park afte two weeks' vacation wit' bid friends here. She eft Saturday for St. Paul to visit ler ulsters, Mae and Irene Sher- ir.an. Mrs. Oscar Erlckson returned to her home in Elmhurst, III, last Wednesday after visiting friends and relatives here for the past several weeks. Arabella McPherson returned with her for several weeks' Armstrong Has Two Students in High 'Brain' 10 Armstrong: Out of the eight stud- nts competing in the annual Brai'i Derby, Monday and Tuesday, J*un'j 6th and 7th, two- of Armstrong's entries ranked among the first ten. They are: Margie Johnson, who tied with a girl from Dccorah for fifth place In English correctness (10th) and Agnes Moore, who also tied with a girl for sixth place in English correctness (10th). The other students making the trip were: Marie Irmlter, Rose Ellen Whitlow, Helen Larsen, Ethel Davis, Bill Whitlow and Eske Larsen. They were also accompanied by Mrs. A. Whitlow and J. A. Halsman. The group left early Monday morning and returned Wednesday afternoon. Marriage Announced Mr. and Mrs. Charles Seeliger of Estherville, but former residents here, are announcing the marriage of their daughter, Ethel Inez to Harold Case, son of Mrs. Lottie Case of Superior. The single ring ceremony took place at 7:30 a. m. Saturday, June 4th, at the Presbyterian church in Jackson, Minn. At U. of I. Graduation Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Johnson and Mrs. E. S. Camden and daughter, Alice, were in Iowa City Monday to attend the University commencement exercises. Mrs. Johnson's brother, Russel Raney, graduated from the dentistry school and will practice in the federal prison at Atlanta, Georgia. The Camdena' son, John, was also a graduate from the school of ocmmerce. visit. Mr. iting Given Fingert, Wesley Miss Rita Wingert, [of Mr. and Mm. L. F. raduated with an "A" rat- Good Counsel academy, [-Minn., Sunday, June 6. Ic distinction wa» confer- Rlta for having attained hip in the honorary society demy, the Alpha Beta the exercises were Mr. L. F. Wingert and fara- Mulius Studer, the Louis and family, Mrs. George h Richter and Mr and aas Wingert and family and Mrs. Rob Dutton and daughter, Madonna, and his sister, Corlnne Dutton of Algona, visited Thursday evening with his mother Mrs. Agnes Dutton, who keeps house for Dr. Adams. They all en joyed a picnic supper. Jeannine Studer, youngest daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Stud- tr* entertained about 15 girl friends at a birthday party Thursday afternoon. She was nine years old After an afternoon of games a lunch was served. She received many lovely glfta. Mr and Mrs. Ed Loebig entertained Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thomp- bon at their home from Wednesday till Friday. The Thompsons had been neighbors of the Loebigs when they lived near Walnut Grove and were enroute to Missouri from Iv- anboe, Minn. Visitors at the Matt Laux home Monday were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Roskopf and daughter, Helen, Webster City, and Sister Purissa of Ottumwa, siater of Mrs. Matt Laux, and Sister Jerome of Marshalltown. They and Mr. and Mrs. August Carman went to West Bend to vUit the grotto in the afternoon. YVoodrow Wilson and G. H. Adams were business callers in Des Motnes the first part of the week Warren Corbett of Highland, Kansas, concluded a two weeks' visit Monday at the home of his former schoolmate, Craig Irwin. The Misses Burt, Alma Daniel son and Mary Jane Youngberg are a!l attending summer school a Iowa State Teachers College a Cedar FalUr. S. EDGAR HOOVER HEADS SEARCH FOB CASH BOY— Miami, Fla.: J. Edgar Hoover flew here to direct personally the G-men attempting to solve the kidnapping of 5-year-old James Bailey Cash, Jr., shown reviewing reports at headquarters here with Arthur C. RuUen (fcft), who is In charge of the Miami office of the FBI, and E. J. Connelly, Inspector from the Washington office. To Purchase New Swea School Buses Swea City: Supt. A. H, Schuier and members of the school board are negotiating with several coin panics for the purchase of new bubsws this week. A new law makes It compulsory for a consolidated school district to meet certain safety requirements in the type of busses it operates. Buck from Honeymoon Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Loebig returned from their honeymoon on Thursday evening. They bad taken tv trip to the Oiurka. They will begin houuekeeping soon in Algona at 603 East State strent. 80 DAYS TO LIVE, VEBDICT IN CASE OF BABE INJUBY —Chicago: Feared doomed to death within thirty days as the result of a rare Injury suffered when slie was struck by an automobile In Hlnsdale, 111., Hertha Klinklg, 21, shown at left, before accident weighing 137 pounds, and at right, as she is today, 16 months later, 87 pounds. BOAST TBAPS SLAYER OF LABOR LEADER—Minneapolis, Minn.: Arnold Ralph Johnson, 33, has confessed that he shot and fatally wounded William S. Brown, 41, president of the General Drivers' Union, because of a disagreement over union funds a few nights ago. Police found Johnson at a bar a few hours after the slaying, still boasting of his deed. Photo shows- left to right—William S. Brown, slain labor leader, and Arnold Johnson, his confessed slayer. « ATTORNEYS AT LAW R, J. Harrington J. D. Low* HARBINGTON A IX>WE Rooms 212-14 First Nat'l Bk. Bid*. ALGONA, IOWA ,T. L. BONAB ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections will receive prompt nttention ALGONA, IOWA VV. B. QUARTON H. W. MH..LEB ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Co. Savings Bk. Bldg. Orflcc Phone 427 ALGONA, IOWA A. HUTCHISON DONALD C. HUTCHISON THEODORE C. HUTCHISOX ATTORNEYS AT LAW Security State Bk. Bldg. Phone 251 E. J. Van Ness G. W. Stillman VAN NESS & STILLMAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Offices in new Heise Building Phone 213 Algona, Iowa Gaylord D. Shumway Edw. D. Kelly SHUMWAY ft KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office In Qulnby Bldg. Phone 68 ALGONA, IOWA HIRAM B, WHiT«i ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 206 BEAUTIFUL CATALINA ISLAND off the coast of Southern California, is one of the many beauty spots the winner of the Algona March of Progress Queen contest will view this fall, on her free, all-expenses paid, 18-day trip to be awarded the girl with the most votes. Almost every known facility for the enjoyment of outdoor life Is to be found In this playground paradise. P. A. DAN8ON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Bldg. Office Phone 460-J Res. 315 ALGONA, IOWA ATTORNEYS AT LAW J. W. Sullivan (dec'd) S. E. McMahon L. E. Llnnan SUl£IVAN,M?MAHON ALINNAJT Algona, Iowa Phone 261 Office over Kossuth Mut Ins. Bldg. ALGONA, IOWA I ~L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW (County Attorney) Office over Qulnby Building PHYSICIANS & SUBOEON8 J. N. KENEFICK PHYSICIAN * SURGEON Office formerly occupied by Dr. A. L. Rist over Rexall Drug Store Office Phone 300 Res. Phone 326 ALGONA, IOWA C. H. CBETZMEYEB, M. D. Phone 444-310 SURGEON & PHYSICIAN Office John Galbraith Bldg. MELVIN O. BOUBNE PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office over old Post Office Phones—Office 197 Res. 184 *- .**.-. * &*". "OLDEST MATCHED-TEAM IN COUNTRY" (?)—This team of 25 year old Arabian horses owned by Oscar Ambroson of Leland, Iowa, are believed to be the oldest matched team In the country. The boys shown are Marvin and Roger Ambroson, sons of Oscar Ambroson. OSTEOPATHS CZECHS CALL 80,000 RESERVES ON EVE OF MUNICIPAL VOTING—Czechoslovakia: Heavy artillery of the Czechoslovakia army which Is in readiness for eventualities. Two Sudeten Germans were killed on the eve of municipal elections, May 21, but attempts of a peaceful settlement are now being made. YOUTHFUL DEVOTION—Notre Dame, Ind.: Devotions to the Blessed Virgin draw hundreds of Notre Dame students and visitors regularly to the replica of the Grolto of Lourdes on the university campus, where prayers are offered and hymns chanted. DB. S. W. MEYEB Osteopath Ic Physician General Practice Special attention given to non- surgical treatment of rectal diseases, varicose veins and rupture. General Hospital Phone 187 DENTISTS DR. II. M. OLSON DENTIST Located In New Call Theatre Bldg. Phone, Business 100,,Residence 788 ALGONA, IOWA DR. I- C. NUGENT DENTIST Second floor Sawyer Bldg. Phone 313 Algana, Iowa DR. C. D. SCHAAP DENTIST Qulnby Bldff. Phone 133 Res. Phone 174 Algona, Iowa GEO. D. WALRATH, D. D. a GENERAL DENTISTRY Office In old Postoffice Block Phone 20 Algona, Iowa KARL B. HOFFMAN DENTIST Office in New Heise Bldg. Phone 44 Res. Phone 110 REAL ESTATE MURTAOH & SON REAL ESTATE FARM LOANS INSURANCE BONDS Qulnby Bldg. Phone 105 VETERINARIANS FOX & WINKEL Dr. L. W. Fox Dr. J. B. Winkel Office 220 West State Street Office Phone 475-W Res. 475-R ALGONA, IOWA DEATH STILL LURKS—Ashley, 111.: L. L. Mclntyre, 50. salesman, was instantly killed near here recently when his new car crashed head on at high speed with a big double-trailer truck driven by Frank Gepnt-r. 41, of Champaign, who was hurt internally. Mclntyre's body was thrown clear of his car, and buried so deep in the muck that for a time searchers couldn't locate it. The crash occurred when he rounded a double curve, and skidded on wet pavement. Typewriter Paper We have just received a larg* shipment of ream package* (500 sheets) which sell for 75c for 500 sheets This is a good grade bond paper and will make an excellent school paper. The Algona Upper Des Moines NATIONAL CHAMPION STRING SAVER (?) —Atkins Iowa: After eleven years of string-winding, Postmaster George Lieb of Atkins has made this mammoth ball entirely of discarded string. It weighs 138 ponuds and if stretched in a straight line would cover 60 miles. It is estimated that there are more than 200,000 knots in it. Mr. Lieb's nephew, Kenneth, age 6, U shown looking over the huge ball with Postmaster George Laeb (right) and assistant Louis Lieb (left). The Carbon taper That Gi- c...;.r.,...:,. "BAD Ll'CK ON FRIDAY ISTH"—New Paris, Ind.: Friday, the 13th, considered by some to be unlucky, ran true to form when the Elkhart County Fair Grounds suffered loss of huge horse barns by fire. Inquire at The Algona Upper Des Moiuea office for purtiuclars

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