The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 26, 1938 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 26, 1938
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The Algona Upper Pes Moines, Algona, Iowa. July 26,1938 WESLEY STARTS CONCERT BAND Wesley: A meeting was held last <reek Tuesday night for the purpose of organizing a Wesley band. A fair sized crowd attended and 16 persons consented to continue playing their own instruments or to learn to play some band Instrument. Karl Bohlen of Clear Lake, who is a director of five bands In nearby towns Is helping to organize the group here. He urges everyone interested to attend the next meeting which will be held July 29 at 8:30 at the Exchange State Bank. A rehearsal will be held at that time. Those who have signed up are: Dr. R. K. Richardson, saxophone and clarinet; Edward Lichteig and Verla Johnson, saxophones; Hugh Lickteig and Louis Cink and Thayer Mullin, clarinets; Jen Bottom, Donnabelle Haynes, Ruth Mary See- feid and Victor Mullin, cornets; Geraldine Seefeid, flute; Dr. L. L. Pfeffer, alto and V. J. Kleinpeter, not classified. Others who could not attend the meeting are also interested. Visit Forburger Home Mrs. George Vitzthum, Mrs. Ed Hildman and Mrs. J. L. Studer visited at the Tom Forburger home Friday afternoon. Other callers were Mrs. Mary Oesterreicher and son, Lewis and Mrs. John Blcich and daughter, Johnette. Leaves Hospital Mrs. Lloyd Neswald came horns Sunday, July 17, from the Mercy hosital at Mason City where she bad been for three weeks. Catherine Brant of Clear Lake •pent a few days last week here with Ruth Mary Bauer. Mrs. Pete Greiner, Algona, was a dinner and supper guest Tuesday of Mrs. Kate Kennedy. Miss Olivia Mathias of Big Stone City, S. D., was a dinner guest of Isabel! Kerrlns Tuesday. Delbert Benton is driving a 1933 Chevrolet truck purchased from the Wesley Auto Co., Saturday. Mrs. Roy Kleinpeter and two children visited at the Raymond Ricke home Friday afternoon. ' Tilt J. T. Meurers are driving a new 1938 Chevrolet purchased last week from the Wesley Auto Co. Grace Kouba of Des Moines spent several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kouba, last week. Guy M. Butts took Chas. Eckmnn to the Odd Fellows home at Mason City, where the latter is now a resident. > i » The Wesley Tigers defeated the TUonka ball team by a score of 4 to 1, Thursday afternoon on the local diamond. Miss Olivia Mathias of Big Stone City, S. D., was a dinner guest on Tuesday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Erdman. Laura Hansen visited her mother Monday of last week on her way to Des Moines. She had spent a week at Lake Okoboji. Dr. and Mrs. R. K. Richardson were dinner guests at the Dr. W. L. Tlndall home In Woden last week Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Felt went to Oelweln Tuesday morning to spend a week at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Peter Haverly. Mrs. Lael Root and baby daughter went to Clear Lake Saturday, to spend a week at her parental home, the Geo. Sheridans. The official board of the Methodist church at its meeting last Monday night decided to proceed with the improvement of the parsonage. Mr. and Mrs. Ino Gerdes an-1 two daughters left Thursday for Corydon to visit at the home of his brother, John Gerdes until Monday. Mrs. Lawrence Ternes came home from the General hospital at Algona Wednesday wiiere sne underwent a major operation two weeks ago. J. P. Studer took his father. Nathan Studer to Iowa Falls, Saturday where he wili visit at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Bertha Richmeier, for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Meyer of St. Benedict and Mr. Meyer's mother Visited at the Kate Kennedy home Wednesday. Mrs. Meyer and Mi>. Kennedy are sisters. Word was received here th;it Anna Ril-liteJ-. U'ho i,-, ;ittfll<ll;i - .sic i- mer .school at Fall-, i ,,1 broken the wrist of her ri<.'ht ;,, , while 1-olKi- .',!;,itin^ ,,:,,. d iy i ,.. week. Mrs. O. f Lillhin ( -f ( Wedm ,!,!•,• :ii Week l-li I u daughter ;m,l .-i-.ti.i-. Kouh.i. Jr. Home :,i-i,|.- i. ,j , ], ' served TliurbiJiiy oili'. 01 t of the baby daughter, Ellen Margaret born to the Roots two weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. Will Seefeid of Clover, New Mexico, visited at the Fred Seefeid and Amos Angle homes from Monday until Wednesday. They were returning from Atlantic, III., where they had visited the Fred Seefelds. Dr. and Mrs. R. K. Richardson had as their dinner guess Friday evening, Maria Rigles, R. N., Nell Manning, R. N.. Dr. Paul Sistrand, in- terne, all of the Algona General hospital, and Dr. and Mrs. S. W. Meyer of Algona. , Virginia Benton left for Kalamazoo, Michigan, Monday morning after spending her two weexs vacation with her parents here. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Benton. Virginia, Mildred and Delbert and Mrs. Benton's sister, Mary McNamee of Dubuque attended the Fitch-McNamee family reunion at McKay Park in Des Afoines, Sunday, July 17. GEORGE CRONK, ARMSTRONG. DIES Armstrong: George Cronk passed away at his home here FrMr.y evening, July 15th. following a hrnrt attack. Mr. Cronk had befn in ail- ng health for some time. He formerly operated a filling state in town here. Funeral services were held Si.n- day afternoon from the Presbyterian church. Burial was made in the Armstrong Grove cemetery. Armstrong Lady Visit* Relatives Mrs. Elsie Sampson of Roland, Iowa, is spending two weeks with her sisters, Mrs. Oscar Johnson, Mrs. S. Tweedt and Mrs. S: B. Knutson and also with other relatives here. Miss Donna Miller visited from Friday until Sunday with her friend Marie Irmiter. The Misses Betty, Joan and Delores Bunker are spending several weeks with relatives in Tipton. Curtis Halverson of Blue Earth, CORWHH FAMILY RECEIVES GUESTS Corwith: Miss Margaret Chambers of Des Moines spent last week at the home of her parents. On Sunday Arthur Rollins and daughter, Margaret and Mrs. Gladys Swanaon, all of Des Moines, spent the day ht Ihc Chambers home and Margaret returned with them. Other guests that day were Mr. and Mrs. John Chambers of Goodell, Mr. and Mrs. John Mullins and family of Wesley, Mr .and Mrs. Merle Holt of Ottosen, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Chambers and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chambers and Norman of Corwith. Minn., visited Sunday afternoon at Jhe parental Carl Halverson home. Miss Betty Camden of Minneapolis is spending a week'? vacation at the parental E. S. Camden home. Robert Knuston of LuVerne visited over the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Knut- m. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Sorenson of Ringsted visited Sunday afternoon at the parental R. E. Blunt lome. , , • • -^ Fleming and Jim Knipe and Russell Ericson all of Armstrong, are now playing with the Ringsted base- iall team. Mrs. Irene Westfall and daughter of Graettlnger conluded a visit of a week at the parental Wm. Full- r home recently. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Lorig and daughter, Marlene of Truman, Minn, visited Friday evening at the parental John Laffey home. Mr. and Mrs. Edward G. Solberg and daughter of Cylinder, visited with friends and relatives here Saturday evening. The Solbergs formerly lived in this vicinity. Letha and Clifton DeBates viait- ed Sunday with Maxine Ericson, n student nurse from St. Paul, who 's visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Forest Kricson. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Von Bank and wp sons and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Jrinkman and son were Sunday dinner guests at Thos. Von Bank honr; near Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Von Bank visited several days last week vith relatives in Fort Dodge. SENECABIRTHDAY CLUB CELEBRATES Seneca: The birthday club met at he home of Mrs. Curtis Ol.sen on Thursday afternoon and helped Mrs. lson celebrate her birthday. Bunco vas played at four tables with Mrs Curtis Olsen winning high prize. "Irs. Irvin Classon and Mrs. Carl "eterson were hostesses. Four new members have been added to the birthday club. They are Mrs. Otha Mrs. Frank Norris. Mrs. F.ul.-t \Vilham.sen and Maxine Cody. Visits Sister Mrs. Dick Quackenbush Is visiting this week at the home of her sister. Mrs. Raymond Saxton at Hardy. Catholic Ladies Hold Social The Catholic Ladies Aid held an ice cream social on the post office lown last Wednesday evening. They report a good sale. Roy Stilson is paintim; the implement building on the Signd Hage property. The Corwith Implement Co. delivered a new binder to the W. W. Cooney farm recently. Mr. and Mrs. Eric Peterson of Ft. Dodge were last week Sunday visitors at the Albert Johnscn homo. Miss Mary Weider of Des Moines ij spending her vacation here at the home of her mother, Mrs. Frank Wilder. Cecil Nail was taken to the Mason City Mercy hospital last Wednesday where he will undergo a medical examination. Miss Eva Fisher and Mrs. Kate Chase visited at the home of Miss Fisher's parents at Whittcmorc last week Sunday. Misses Florence Widen, Wilmi Merriam and Eleanor Johnson of Mason City spent last week Thursday afternoon at the homes of their parents here. They returned that evening to their duties at the Mercy Harve«t Grain With A New Combine Rich Point: Geo. Godfrey and Milton Burilngame are harvesting their grain with a new combine machine purchased recently. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Raney attended a family picnic at Britt, Sunday. Marguerite Skllling visited friends In Waterloo the first of the week. Mrs. C. W. Patterson Burt spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Eva Gardner. Georgianna Gelgel returned from summer school at Buena Vista College last week Saturday. Bernice Burlingame has gone to spend the summer with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Burl ingame at Lone Rock. Livermore Will Get New Ball Room, Hall Livermore: A new recreation hall and ball room is being added to the cafe owned by Lester Smith in Livermore. The new addition will connect with the present cafe building and also have a door leading from the ball room directly to the street. A stage will provide for the possible booking of stock shows or similar entertainment. ILL1NOISPEOPLE VISIT LI VERMORE Livermore: Mr. and Mrs. Millard Meece of Morrison, 111., arrived here today (Thursday) and after spending a short time here with his sister, Mrs. Harry L. Clark, they wilt be joined by Mrs. Clark and the group will drive to Manhattan, Montana, where they will visit the parents of Mr. Meece and Mrs. Clark. They expect to be away for a fortnight. The next meeting of the club will be held with Mrs. M. Marso. Mrs. Herman Pooch entertained the "Jolly Eight" bridge club at her home Tuesday. Mrs. Miilett was a guest other than members. Alvin Christian of Phoenix, Arizona, is here visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Smith. He will go to Lake Park to visit with his parents before returning to Phoenix. He formerly lived here when he was in the employ of the W. F. Johnson phramacy. He is at the present time engaged in f.'ie exclusive prescription department of a large pharmacy at Phornix. Seneca Woman Vi«it« Near Burt Seneca: Mrs. Frank Norris is spending several days at the John Long home near Burt, and is caring for a new granddaughter born Thursday morning, July 2Ist. Harvesting in this vicinity Is nearing completion with very little grain standing at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Gordon Jr., and family, who have been employed at the George Jesse farm, are moving this week to a form south of Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Mill- rrd Evans have been employed by Mr. Jesse. Sexton Youngster Has Birthday Party Sexton: Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hammond entertained at a birthday party Wednesday evening for their little son, Darrel Den, who was three years old. Guests were his grandmother, Mrs. Sarah Wise, aui;t Mrs. Drusilia Noble and uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hammond of Wesley and Donny Neahring and Dean Taylor. Ice cream and cake were served to the guests. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Curran d Edith Greenfield spent Wednesday at Mason City. Mrs. Chester Fitch and Mr. nnd Mrs. Petry Lowman, spent Sunday and Monday at Minneapolis. Lotts Creek News hospital. Mr. and Mr. Carl Reisner of Sheboygan, Wis.. «re visiting at the Herman Reisner home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kuecker and family were Tuesday evening visitors at the Art Jackmun home. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fuerstenau and family were Thursday evening visitors at the Hugo Faulstich home. Mrs. Art Jackman nnd family were Tuesday afternoon visitors at the Leonard Crulkshinlc home in Algona. Lotts Creek school district No. 6 will build a new school. Carpenter work will be done by Wm. Rueber of Whittemore. near future. They w'll start In the Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Munson. Hollandale. Minn., came Sunday to spend a vacation with the former'.-' parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. M. T. Mtin- son, and his brothers and sister here. Ted is mayor of Hollandale an honor for a man as .voun« as he is. Tanadlan !s Visitor Here-Edw. Looft, Bernie Loofr, and Douglas McKenzie drove to Minneapolis Sundty to meet William Looft, their brother, of Saskatchewan, who came to visit his mother. Mrs. Marcaret Looft. S-.vea City, and other rt'.atives here. floj's Foot Cut by Sail— Larry, 2-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil PInple. suffered a painful accident Funday. He was playing on boards in the barn and fell on a nail, which made a cut that required four stitches to close. Rectal Diseases (Piles, Fissure, Fistula) Varicose Veins Hernia (Rupture) I give special attention to the treatment of these diseases by ambulant methods, which means that you can be up and around and lose no time from your work except for the few minutes you spend taking treatment in my office once a week. Dr. S. W. Meyer, D. 0. First Floor Sawyer Bldg. Formerly in General Hosp. Bldg. ALGONA, IOWA 29-tf &#* liiS£^?(^ot3$*2> YOU CAN DRIVE ACROSS THE WHOLE U.S.A. AND not be adding a quart of oil all the time. You can climb Pike's Peak or Mt. Washington but the heat indicator won't go wild. No matter how hot the Summer, you can drive where you please, how you please, by coming to the only place to get your engine Oil-Plated. Nothing but Conoco Germ Processed oil gives your engine OH-Plating. Patent Germ Processing doesn't quit when it has taksn out the stuff that gets gummy and watery. After that. Germ Processing also ADDS Iff the patented discovery that gives your engine the only Oil-Plating. Just think of Oil-Platini really joining up to the working parts as firm as any other plating on your car. So how can this inbuilt Oil-Plating go draining down at every stop? It can't. There's always oil to start with, and none o' that terrible starting wear in your Oil-Plated engine. Takes next to no time here at Your Mileage Merchant's, changing to your right Sum* zner grade of patented CONOCO GERM PROCESSED OIL nid Mr- 4 -it IMI- Alh.-rt Co. '•hy Hun -|.i,-nt the <m^-m Harris Bros. Service Station Wray Service Station iW.Wv K5 3 Weeks More To Get Your Coupons And Help Your Favorite in the March of Progress QUEEN CONTEST Remember—Credit Votes with all Cash Purchases, and Payment on Account. AT THE FOLLOWING STORES Kchardson Furniture Co. Gamble Store Pine Room Klaftsie Motor Company K. & H. OH Station KoMuth Implement Co. Geo. Elbcrt Oarage Howard JInrdivnre Graham's Misbach's Kohlhaaa & Spill*-* dimming'* James Drug Store Brow-noil's Council Oak Stwk-'s Coast to Coast Store Dan Garage »I*on i Lpnslng Krewnsky's Marigold Beauty Shop Morrison Beauty Shop Cora Miller Beauty Parlor Ben Franklin Store Dahlhauser's Mad*on& Hanson AlKona Bakery \VlUon Bakery Hawcott £ Ogg The Hub Clothier* Klamp'tt Service Station Johnson's D-X Station Gene \Vrny Conoco Station HurrN { onoro .Station Kolhrrx Service Station Ited't Service Station C'liiunplin Station Deep Rock Station Algona Insurance Agency Cull and Io\vu Theatre* Kent Motor Company Dutch's Service Station C. S. Johnson Cut Rate Grocery Dr. ScanJan Modern Dry Cleaner* Bjustrom's Foster Furniture McCormlck-Deerlng Store Sorennen's Grocery Norton Lumber Company Smoke Shop Barker Drug Store Holtzbauer & Hull Lushy Drug Store Anderson's Jack Sprat Hood's IGA Borchardt's Long's Food Shop Zender's Algonquin Clop ton the Tailor Sportsmen's Tavern Lolng & Muckey Kossuth Motor Company Elk Cleaner* RaetiJy Lumber Company Barry'* A. & P. Store Dr. Sawye* A. \V. Amunson Hovey Implement Co. CoHiiii Blclif. Supply Co. General Hospital Algnna Luundry & Cleaner* Clirlsriiilles Store Ilrou-n Studio I'mtt Electric Co. Moe & Sjogren Cooper's Sinclair Station Plan NOW to Attend March of Progress Centennial Days Lola Fraser spent Wednesday at • he Fred Neahring honw with her sister, Phyllis. Corn Detaaseling Begun at Wesley Wesley: About 20 boys and men men started to detassel hybrid com for the John Mullin Seed Co on the John Mullin farm north of Wesley Friday morning. AND are danqerou? time? on the hiqhwayjr ... ki£ They are extra qood times for 7e6fl60 Jltips » ^ V • 1 because Lonq Distance rates are lowest every niqht from 7 P.M. to 4:30 A.M. and all day on Sunday; NORTHWESTERN II LI TELEPHONE COMPANY Mi-K'oM ;:!!,! ,] , 't!u:iv.-oo,|. M,i:>< id ,t the the Wa.-, Ili-ld oil the |:.-.V Tom M< 'Malion build Mi'a. (Ji-urj^t.- .Shell Lake lanii: Tuexi ,y daughter. Mr* Lael household dutu-.i and ores World •±-. . Choice in MINNEAPOLIS The choice is easily made. The Andre nj Hotel is nested in the center of the downtown diitnct - a lew steps to shops and amuiements. Guestj are always comfortable in pleasant, homelike rooms. Appetizing food for breakfast, luncheon and dinner -seivrl in the Colfec Shop...Gara3e service...All fate* are reasonable. ftiLGwUHt f .'(.Lli-N *^',.-. 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