The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 28, 1938 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 28, 1938
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 28,1938 Mrs. W. D. Howie of Emmets- l>urg spent last week visiting at the •G. R. Cooltnome. Little PHI Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Anderson, is ill -with the whboplng cough. Mrs. Harold Cowan, Mrs. Ken 'Cowan, Mrs. Les Kenyon and Vivian Bakken spent Wednesday at Clear Lake. Marvin lloherty, salesman for the Heinz Company In this territory, is having a two weeks' vacation which he Is spending at home. I,. J. Dickinson and daughter, Ttuth Dickinson Hunter arrived Friday and spent the week end here •with Mrs. L. J. Dickinson and Lynn Hunter. Sirs. Loren Larson and son, Verlin Floyd and Dora Anderson visited at the home of the women's parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Anderson, near Bode. Mrs. Arnle Horsford of Fort Dodge visted at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Cowan and with other Algona friends, Wednesday and Thursday. Dr. M. O. Bourne, Dr. R. 31. Wallace and Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer attended a meeting of the Twin Lakes District Medical Society at Rockwell City, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Stromseth and family of Atwater, Minn., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ole Allison. Thursday. The Stromseths were former Bancroft residents. Mrs. Ben Sornsen, Mrs. Henry Tramm, and Mrs. Augusta Sornsen of Walnut, Iowa, returned to their home Saturday after visiting ten days with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dau. A. E. Clayton left Wednesday for Yorkvllle, III., to attend a family teunion. Mrs. Clayton and daughter, Jean, are visiting a brother, Elmer Peterson and family at Corwlth at this time. Dr. F. E. Burgess of Algona and Rev. Schneider of Ireton were Sunday noon dinner guests of Dr. and Mrs. Meyer. Bortyn Knudsen and Jack Talty of Des Moines will spend this week end visiting at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Knudsen, and with Dorlys' sister, Mrs. Kenneth Knudsen. J. J. Dooley, county recorder, and E. S. Kinsey. county auditor, attended the convention at Sioux City for rounty officials held last week. Mr. Dooley also visited at the home of Ills sister, Mrs. Don Burns. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Morgan an-l the latter's mother, Mrs. Jane Clark, nnd the Morgan granddaughter, Margaret Morgan, left last week Tuesday for Janesvllle and Madison, Wis.. to visit relatives for ten days. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Anderson and son, Jerry Bob, spent the week end visiting at the home of the former's sister, Mrs. James Slattenow, at Iowa Falls. Sunday, they attended n Sonnerholm family reunion held in that city. K. D. James drove to Fort Dodge Thursday evening, to meet his wife who was returning home following a month's visit with her daughter, Mrs. C. B. Nasby at Omaha, and her mother, Mrs. Priscilla'Steer of Monrovia, California. Norman Walker drove to Sail*, Iowa, this week end where he visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ruy Walker, and brought his wife and sons, Roy and Norman, Jr., and Annabelle Semon home with him, after a ten day visit at Salix. County Agent A. L. Brown of Algona and Don Groves, county agent at Humboldt, drove to, Wednesday, and attended, a tour of the campus of Iowa State College, which was for members of the second district of the Farm Bureau. We Celebrate Our First Birthday Today we arc observing our first Anniversary, and we wish to thank Mr. and Mrs. Public for the cordial manner in which we have IK-CII received. During Ihe coining years we hope to broaden our acquaintance and serve you with ever increasing efficiency. ELK Cleaners NORMAN & PERRY Phone! WO We Deliver Chuck McKay of Des Moines was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice McMahon, Monday evening. Bill Dalley of Des Moines spent the week end visiting at the home of his mother, Mrs. Edythe Dailey. Mildred Johnson, R. N., of Mitchell, South Dakota, began work at the Kossuth hospital last week Tuesday. Mr. and Mm. Joe Harig drove to Omaha, Neb., Saturday, to bring their daughter, Betty, home after a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Featherstone. Mrs. Featherstone and Mrs. Harig are cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Will F. Brown anil daughters, Jean and Jane, spent the week end as guests of Mrs. Brown's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Anderson at Pine River, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson are spending the summer in their cottage at Pino River. Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Webster of Des Moines were guists of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Beamish, Tuesday and Wednesday, from where th"y went to their cottage at Spirit Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Beamish were their guests during the week end at Spirit Lake. Mrs. Wm. F. Giles of Mollne, III., arrived Thursday and will visit until today (Tuesday) with her daughter, Mrs. Ralph Miedke. Another daughter, Helen, brought her mother here, and visited until Friday and returned to bring her mother home, Monday. Mrs. Wm. Dau and daughter, Evelyn and the Dau house guests, Mrs. Ben Sornsen, Mrs. Henry Tramm, and Mrs. Augusta Sornsen of Walnut, Iowa, and Mrs. Peter Ehlers of Swea City were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Boettcher at Fenton, Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pearson and Stanley and Norine Grclner left on Saturday for a two weeks' trip west. They will drive through the Black Hills and Yellowstone National Park, Washington, California, and will drive back via Denver and Salt Lake City. While in California, they will see the Catalina Island. Mrs. J. P. Greeley of Duluth, Minn., has been a guest of her daughter, Mrs. E. L. DeZellar during the pnst two weeks. Jimmie De- Zellar has a light case of the small' pox and the home will be under quarantine until Thursday. Aftor July Fourth Mrs. DeZellar and Jimmie will return to Duluth with Mrs. Greeley for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Starr and daughter of Delta, Colorado, spent a few hours in Algona last Wednesday and were guests at dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ab Long. Mr. Starr, a son of the late Milton Starr, talented editor of the old Algona Republican, chummed with Ab when he was a school boy in Algona and both were high school football stars. Mrs. Lily White, editor of tho Manilla Times, and her children, LaVonne, Maurice and Joan, spent the week end in Algona with Mrs. White's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al fred Norman. Mr. Norman has been bedfast for the past six months with a heart ailment. Miss LaVonne White has just graduated a a registered nurse from St. Joseph's hospital In Sioux City. NOTICE the Algona Upper Des Moines Is not connected with and takes no responsibility for any persons soliciting advertising other than the regular staff of tile AIgon;t Upper Des Moines Itself. \ ATTENTION FARMERS! Knock-Out BINDER TWINE Manila Twine or Sisal Place Your Orders Now Coast-To-Coast Store Fourth of July SPECIAL TIRE SALE H ERE u a medium priced tire designed for any purse. Every feature embodied in present day tire engineering will be found .in the ENSIGN. Center Traction and Grooved Running Striw rive it a tread design second to none. A carcass of fourplie« of Srf iniuUtld by the ««clusve LIQUID LATEX PROCESS keep* the temperature, even under terrific speed, U • much lower level The GILLETTB ENSIGN is a better rire. _____ featuring CENTER TRACTION GROOVED RUNNING STRIPS DOUBLE BREAKER (Sometimes called * extra under the tread) LATEX DIPPED CortOM Construction TUBES Here is a treat for car Owners. Take advantage of this sale 5.25 17, $11.10, sale $6.10 5.2518, $11.55, sale $6.35 5.50 17, $12.55, sale $6.90 6.00-16, $14.15, sale $7.78 Other sizes reduced pro- portionately. * We also have all sizes of Tsed Tires. Don't forget we carry a large supply of Auto Parts and Accessories. All kinds of Specials for the Coming Holiday. Greenberg Auto Supply ^ Dr. and Mrs. R. K. Richardson of Wesley were dinner guests at the home of Dr. and Mrs. S. W. Meyer, Sunday evening. Dr. and Mr*. L. W. Fox nnd son, Billy Lee, were guests at the home of Dr. and Mrs. P. B. Pontius at Fort Dodge, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. HJalmer Rosewall and family of Blue Earth. Minn., were Sunday guests at the home of the former's mother, Mrs. Marie Rosewall. * Craig and Shirley Vinson aeeom- panied their grandfather. John Vinson of Hartley to White Henth, 111.. Saturday, where a family reunion was held Sunday. Mrs. Ellis Runchey and two sons of Clarion are visiting at the home of her mother-in-law, Mrs. Mary Runchey. Ellis is oeprating a filling station at Clarion where the family recently located. Anna Rose Bass of Strahan, Iowa, will return to her home. Sunday, following a two weeks' visit with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Roberts. Mrs. Roberts and Anna Rose are sisteis. There will be a celebration of the month's mind mass for the repose of the soul of Dr. Walter Fraser. Tuesday at 10:00 o'clock a. m. at the St. Thomas Episcopal church. Mrs. Floyd Saunders returned lorne from Ottumwa, Sunday evening, where she had been for a week with her sister, Mrs. T. B. Gary, who'had undergone a major opera:ion. Theodora Larson will arrive Sunday from Chicago for a month's vacation visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Larson. Theodora is a student nurse at St. Luke's lospital. Mrs. E. C. McMahon, Mrs. M. J. Streit, and Mrs. W. W. Sullivan drove to Emmetsburg today (Tues- .lay), to attehd a shower honoring :he approaching marriage of the Matter's sister, Mary Kelley. Dr. \V. D. Andrews, Dr. S. W. Meyer and L. E. Lin nan attended clinical group meeting held with Dr. R. L. Nelson at Humbolclt. Monday evening. Dr. Andrews and Mr. Linnan were speakers on tin program. Gertrude Morrow of DPS Moines was a guest of Mary Foster, Sunday and Monday. Gertrude recently graduated in nurses' train- ng at the Iowa Methodist hospital at Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Lusby spent Sunday at Clear Lake with M.-. and Mrs. H. Pierce Witmcr of DCS Moines, who are vacationing at the Lusby cottage. Mrs. Witmcr waa formerly Helen Lusby. ' .Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Seipman and family drove to Belle Plane, Sunday, where they joined relatives in a family reunion. This was their home prior to coming to Algona about fifteen years ago. The Junior Chamber of Commerce members of Algona have been invited to Mason City, Thursday. 10 play golf with the Mason City Jun lor Chamber of Commerce at thi Mason City Country Club. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Streit and son, Michael, drove to Emmetsburg, on Sunday and visited Mrs. Streit'-s sister, Lorraine Coonan, who is recuperating from an operation. They also drove to Pociihontus and visited friends. .Air. and Mrs. Andrew Godfredson and granddaughter. Donna Jean Reeves drove to Lake Mills, Friday nnd spent the day visiting Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Samp, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Samp. Leslie and Kenneth are sons of Mrs. Godfredson. .Mr. and Mrs. Juinei* 1'ityiie of Pasadena, Calif., will return to their home, Wednesday, after visiting ten days with Mrs. Payne'; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Nelson, and her sisters, Mrs. Clias. Barrickman, and Mrs. Bruce Eek- hart. Glen Flelsrimuer and Ardin Berger, both of St. Paul, were married Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the Trinity Lutheran parsonage with Rev. P. J. Braner officiating. Almont Berger, Delia Fleischauer and Kenneth Berger and Gladys Fleischauer were in attendance. Mr. and Sirs. Howard Platt and children, Barbara and George, returned the last of the week from a trip through the Black Hills and northern Minnesota, Mrs. Platt •vas taking her vacation from the Kent Motor Co., where she is bookkeeper. Mr. Platt was looking after business matters. Wendell Churlm, infant tton of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Willrett, was baptized Sunday in the Trinity Lutheran church. Elsie Will- nit and Erich Willrett were the sponsors. A delicious dinner wa.s served at the Willrutl home follow ing the baptism. Guests were Mi. and Mrs. Fred J. Willrett, Elsie mul Erich Willrett, and Rev. and Aii-.s. I'. J. Braner. Dr. and Mr*. G. W. C'udy and children. Jerry. Jean and Pat, of Mason City were Sunday guests at the Mrs. Elsie Cady home. Ti.e Mason City Globe Gazette recently printed a picture of Dr. Cuuy and Jerry showing a forty-one inch. fourteen and one-half pound northern pike caught at Clear Lake :i week ago. This is said to be tlii' largest catch made there this season. Mr. ur.J Mrs. I,. G. Thompson uu>l Betty Merron drove to Algona from Estherville. Sunday, and were gueU.-j of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Miller. M:-. and Mrs. Thompson, parents of Mrs. Miller, returned Sunday evening. Betty returned Tuesday, and was uc- companiei! by rVjr bi.itiT. Duiina- belle. Donnubelle is employed at the Iowa State Hank anil will spen.i a week's vacation at Estherville visiting her mother. Mrs. Buen.t Merron. Little liuy Uoi-vers of West H.-nd visited at the Burton Thorpe horn--' last week from Tuesday until Friday, while her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Boevers were in Sioux City, where Mr. Boevera went to chuck up on his condition following a recent operation. He was injured in a lumber yard in which he is employed last September, und recently had a piece of live bone grafted from hia leg into his spine. His condition is satisfactory. Hurt: Burt relatives have received word that Sam Stahl, a former Burt druggiat, had died in St. Paul Thursday. .Mrs. H. C. Barnes of Rolfr is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Elbert this week. Mrs. Barnes is Mrs. Elbert's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Behlmer and son, Terry Bob. were SunoV.y guests at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Behl- mcr. Mr. and Mrs. James Elbert and daughter, Shirley, drove to Spencer, Sunday, and visited Mrs. E!- bert's brother. Clayton Palmer, np<l family. Mr. and Mrs. G. <'. Barton drove to Webb Sunday, anil visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Conk. The women are sisters. Mr. Cook has been ill. Dr. and .Mrs. L. G. Baker and son, Durwood plan to leave July 4 for a month's trip through the we^t which will take them to California and a number of western park'. | Jane Moe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Moe. left Sunday evening for Bloomer. Wisconsin, with her aunt, Mrs. Art Hnverly, and I will spend the summer there. I F. M. Perkins nnd family of Cedar Rapids. Mrs. S. S. Blake of Minneapolis, and Lenore Johnson of Atlantic, Iowa, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Elbert from Wednesday until Saturday. Frances McEnroe of Algonn, Is attending the Drake University, Des Moines, summer school session. Miss McEnroe is enrolled in the Liberal Arts college and is taking sociology, political science and biology. Mrs. James Reid will leave to return to her home at Bartlcsvillc. Oklahoma, this week after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hodges for two weeks. She came because of her father's illness, who Is now improving. Dr. Walter A. Fraser of Rochester, N. Y., and his brother, R. Scott Fraser and little daughter, Peggy, of Hatfleld, Pa., arrived Sunday ami will be guests of their mother, Mrs. Walter Fraser, this week. Peggy will remain for a six weeks' visit. Donald P. Dewel. who is an accountant for the General Electric Co., in Schenectady, N. Y., is returning there today after a few days' visit at the home of his father. W. C. Dewel. He joined his father at their cottage on Clear Lake fov the week end. Mrs. Eugene Murtagh nnd little daughter. Judy, and Miss Ohm. the maid, drove to Hayward's Bay on West Okoboji. last Thursday, where they expect to spend the month of July at the Mrs. Al Falkcnhainer cottage. Mr. Murtagh will spend a part of his time at the lake with his family. Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Furjanlck of Long Beach. California, arrived Monday evening for a visit with the latter's mother. Mrs. Josephine Southpato. and her sister. Mrs. Theo. Hcrbst. From here they will go to Virginia. Minnesota, to spend the summer with the parents of Mr. Furjnnick. Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Furjaniok. Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Charley \Vlthnin drove down from their home at Valley City. North Dakota, last weok !:;;• a visit at the Austin nnd Howard William homes and with their many old friends in this vicinity. Charley says that North and South Dakota never looked better and that prosperity is just around the corner in- spite of the "dimmecrats." Mr. nnd Mrs. John IlaRgard, •Tunics Murtngh. R. J. Harrington nnd Charles Crctzmeyer drove to Fairmont, Minnesota. Sunday, aivl the men played in the golf tournr,- nicnt. John Haggard played in the championship flight. Charles ami Bob in tile second flight in which Bob was runner up. and James played in the seventh flight. The girls of the local Beta Sigma Phi sorority were acquainted with Doorthy DeBeer of Sioux City, who was killed fti the train wreck nt Miles City. Montana. Miss DeBecr who was employed as a stenographer in Sioux City, was enroute to Tacoma, Washington, at the time on a vacation trip. The Algona girls met Miss DeBeer at the state convention at Sioux City held May 21 nnd 22. She was chairman of convention n;- rangements at that time. Week end guests nt the R. G. Richardson homo were Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Richardson of Brooklyn, Iowa, Mrs. A. H. Hendricks of Sioux City, and Agnes Olson of Lowell, Massachusetts. Robert Richardson, n son of the R. G. Riehnrdsons. i.-i employed in a furniture store at Brooklyn. Mrs. Hendricks had been visiting with Agnes Olson at her home in Masnchusetts and Agnes is returning with her to visit at Sioux i City. Mrs. nichardsonfs father, Nels Olson nnd nephew, Bobble Olson, who have been visiting her for two weeks, returned to their home at Kioux Citv at this time. Keep Your Clothes REPAIRED A fifty rout repair job may make a garment wearable for many months. See ns for TAILORED CLOTHES fur men and women. Clopton the Tailor Phono r?8 Over Helilmers LOWE BROTHERS HIGH STANDARD HOUSE PAINT costs less per square foot of turf act painted and outlasts ordinary paints—both of these merits are due to its high quality. Some low-grade paints analyzed by recognized laboratories were found to contain 65% of water and other evaporating liquids. This left only 37% of film- forming solids to protect the surface. Louie Brothers High Standard Liquid Paint cnntaini 9O% of protective film-forming solids. Be sure of better results and more pleasing effects before you paint. Come in and see Lowe Brothers Pictorial Color Chart showing actual fi.ii'iteif reproduction* of new and modern color schemes. F, S, Norton & Son Plume 122!) Iowa QUALITY U N S U R P A S S ID S I. N C I 18 6' Celebrate the Fourth In Comfort . . . Treat Yourself to an Air Conditioned Summer in Cool PALM BEACH SUITS Shape Retaining, Cool, Breezy and Distinctly Good Looking. . We have a great selection for you to choose from. 17.75 Palm Beach Slacks 5.5O Sanforized Slacks 1.115 Sport Shoo*. Newest Styles Will Always «<* Found Here 2.05 to 5.OO Dress Shirts tailored with the most scrupulous care in every detail. Comfortable and light weight. -A wide assortment of the newest colors. 1.05 Our Straw Hats corn bine style and comfort. Olta (o 2.OO Summer Accessories Interwoven Socks 35c Just right in colors and weights for summer comfort Sport Belts . 50c Sport Shirts to fill every want Neckwear by Nor'East Practically unwrinkable in all the latest summer patterns We invite you to visit us today THE HUB CLOTHIERS

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