The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 26, 1938 · Page 4
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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 PORTLAND TWP. . COUPLE HOME FROM LONG TRIP Portland: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ditt- »er are now home from a 6.000-mile trip to the west coast. Mr. Dittmer did the driving both ways with no car trouble or delavs. Combine Oats Del Fitch is having his oats cut -with a combine. Arthur and Lawrence Schiltz of Titonka are doing the work. Celebrates Birthday Mrs. Sigsbee celebrated a birthday last Monday and evening callers enjoying ice cream and cake Milwaukee Visitors Arrive Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Smith. Mil waukee. Wis.. came Saturday. He is staying two weeks and Mrs. Smith expects to stay four weeks and take the children home in time for their school work. Josephine and John have spent their vacation here with the Will Grovers. Visits in Alftona Meredith Applegate spent several days last week at Algona with her grandparents, the Elmer Potter*. She is recovering from an attack of intestinal flu. Peppy Pnls The Portland Peppy Pnls met on Wednesday with Leola Bunkofske. tr. and Mrs Bill Kennedy c.ill»d Monday on the C. E. Sigsbees. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Bolie and sons. - - •-• .. njvj flip, i\. ^- \_i rftiii HIHJ CHKcrs JT-I t - - . •with her were: Mr. and Mrs. Ray-1 £!!'".. ?pent Satllrda >' '" Ft. mond Bierstedt and son. Donald of Lone Rock. Visit SDke Arends Kisses Christine and Rose Ar- Rev. and Mrs Doms were callers at the John Trunkhills and Will Grovers Tuesday. J. P. Trunkhill returned Monday „.-. --- end with their niece. Judy Bocko«. j n 'ght from a weed's visit with rel- spent several days last week with11 atives at.Arena and Evansvillr. Wi" the Mike Arends. Mr. and Mrs I Ralph Jain and a boy friend of Elk Breakfast Club to Ft Dodge- Members of the Presbyterian Breakfast club drove to Fort Dodge Sunday morning and had breakfas at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J H. Hoppe, former members of the club. Those who went were Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt, Mr. and Mrs L F. Rice and the latter's mother Mrs. Banker. Mr. and Mrs. George St John and the' latter's mother. Mrs. Klahr. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shilts. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy McWhorter, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Park end'Mrs. Cleve Stewart. W. H. M. &— ~"~ The Woman's Home Missionary society of the Methodist church wiil meet in the church dining room. Thursday. July 28. at a 9:30 o'clock breakfast. Everyone is invited who wishes to attend. All those attend- ng are requested to bring a guest. Anyone wishing a ride call the fol- owing women. Mrs. Neal Smith. Wrs. W. L. Whitney. Mrs. D. L. LefTert. and Mrs. Wm. a Steele. Mrs. W. G. Muhleman will have Jive in the .visited Mound. Wis.. are here working dur- charge of the deoM^n, stensens ing harvest. The Jain famil'-'"•-•"-1 ae\onons. commuriity. j erly lived here. \ Tuesday and Wednesday, July 26-27 Another great Tuesday and Wednesday show .%AA HERBERT VIRGINIA Approaching Marriage— Announcement was made at the St. Cecelia's Catholic church. Sunday, of the approaching marriage of Josephine Ann Dahihauser. a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter J Dahihauser of West Bend, am George Robert Stewart, son of Mr and Mrs. George Stewart, Sr. OL Algona. The wedding will take place August 10. Dinner Party— Mr. and Mrs. Frank Capesius entertained at a dinner party. Sunday evening, honoring the third wedding anniversary of their son and daughter-in-law. Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Winkel. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. George Zanke and family of Chicago and Mrs. Mamie Winkel. Bridgette Club— Mr;. J. W. Little will entertain her Bridgette club members at a one o'clock luncheon, this afternoon (Tuesday). Bridge will be played at three tables. Knitting Club— Mrs. Wm. Dehnert will entertain :he 12 members of her Knitting :lub at a picnic dinner on the East Porch of the European Hotel this afternoon (Tuesday). , Sebeknh's to Me-et— The Rebekah lodge members wiil meet at the I. O. O. F. hall. Tuesday, (this evening) at 8 o'clock for a regular meeting. GARRY, BANCROFT, C.O.R COMPANY Bancroft: At a meeting of the C. O. F. corporation Thursday evening the following directors were reelected: Thos. Garry. N. J. Schultz. F. X. Wilhelmi. C. M. Baker. Joseph Vaske, A. H. Foth, and Frank Hellman. The officers elected were: Thos. Garry, presdient; Frank Wilhelmi, vice president: C. M. Baker, secretary and manager: Leo Jf, Saunders. treasurer. The business meeting was then adjourned and a lunch was served to the 50 members present. Bertha Schiltz spent last week nt he home of her aunt. Mrs. Hubert in Humboldt. Richard Underkofler who attend^ Irene Heller began work this week at the home of Mrs. R. A. Cowan. Mrs. Ntta Isaacson spent Wednesday and Thursday of last week on a business trip in St. Paul. Dr. and Mrs. John Kencflok left Thursday evening for a fishing trip in northern Minnesota. They are expected home today (Tuesday). Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Kruse spent the past week and are spending this week attending the Iowa Baptist Assembly at Iowa Falls. Mr. Krusc s the state treasurer of the Assembly and has been for the past 14 ears. Eleanor Davis of Kansas City, Mo. eft for her home after a three reeks' visit with her sister and ollege at Ames, spent the week end husband. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Locke i Mr. and Mrs. Tom Trenary and ] family are enjoying home improvc- j ments including two new chimney;. j new registers permitting heat up- j stairs, a pantry was taken out and i new cupboards and work table built j in in the kitchen. They live on a j Hutchison farm. I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zanke entertained a brother. Geo. Zanke. wife' seeing trip to the Black Hills and Yellowstnoe Park, accompanying relatives. While at Sioux Falls. S. D.. Mrs. Seip mistepped while entering a cabin and broke a bone in supper puc-sts nt the Z.inkes were: j ner ankle and also one in her leg, Mr and Mr?. W. C Nelson. Grant. I which caused her considerable pain. daughter. Mr?. Berniece Hicks!!j Hcwever. last Sunday she had the DWNGTONLADY HOME FROM TRIP Irvington: Mrs. Carl Seip returned to her home at Irvington Saturday evening from an extended sight- and two children of Chicago, the R. A. Harvey family and Mrs. J.«cob Winkel of Union township at S'.jpper Wednesday. Sunday nigh; i-isiting friends in Bancroft. Everett Swalve underwent an ap- lendicitis operation at the Wohnke lospital Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Clark and ir. and Mrs. Schuneman attended he editors' picnic at Gull's Point near Arnold's Park, recently. Mrs. Earl Elliott and son. Charles of Rockford. III., are visiting at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. en Saturday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Elliott by Mrs. Evans Carmean. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sheridan. Mrs. Eva Mason and Mrs. Mae Lattimer and Mrs. W. A. Murray drove to Lake Okoboji Friday. They spent the day with the following girls who nre vacationing there this week: Lois Mason. Eileen Murray. Mary Elaine Devine. Pat Sheridan and Mary Bernice Williams. Mr. Locke is a salesman for the Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, and travels in this territory. Rose Mary Kirsch spent a week visiting at the home of her friend, Arlene Hargreaves. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hargreaves took her to her home in Fort Dodge, last week Sunday, and spent the day visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Kirsch. Theodore Anderson of . nriii her sr-r.s of Cincinnati. Ohio. Chicago Relatives Arrive to Visit With bone set and is now on thv road to Runs Into Post As Merle Weaver was returning home early one morning last weci-: Ftlhrmann'c ^f ?r»o from taking his brother. Donald, tn r unrmann s 3t. Joe wor . k fhe bral . es on the car f . iilp( . Union Girl Suffers Blood Poison Again Union: Shirley Harvey, who had blood poisoning in her foot, was Spain laid up last week. The wound had healed over but broke open and is draining again. Jimmy Harvey has also been under the weather. 140 ATTEND LONE ROCK GUEST DAI Ladies Mite Society Is Host to Kossnth Women Lone Rock: The Ladies Mite society entertained at guest day on Tuesday afternoon at the school house. Around 140 guests from Burt, Good Hope, Seneca, Fenton, Irvington and Ringsted attended. The following program was given: piano solo, Jean Arends: violin duet. Maxine Flaig, and Viola Sprnnk; vocal solo. Grcae Ncwbrough: girls' quartette, Mary Ann nnd Maxine Flaig. Dorothy Jensen and Doris Blanchard: musical reading. Dorothy Jensen: piano solo, Doris Blanchard. Thursday afternoon the Ladies Mite society met with Mrs. A. A. Krueger with Mrs. H. A. Blanchard assisting. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Calvin Householder, and Mrs. Raymond Bierstedt assisting. Visits in Fenton Cecil Seegebarth spent from Mon- day until WednascTajlftl the Hildreth I Pettlts in Fetrtwt - \ j Returns from Detroit Benny Murtay returned to hia home at Detroit, iOcfe., Monday. His son, Russell and J. R Lynch went to South Carolfrih to their home. • i Visits at Hampton Lucille Genrlch left lafet Monday for Hampton, where she wUI be a guest of Oeraldlne Lefning. The Harley Shellltoi, Ames, came Tuesday to the N. L. Cottons. ' Dorothy Jensen is spending a few days at the A. H. Henningsena, Graettlnger. Mrs. Evelyn fiarlng attended a county postmasters' meeting at the home of Mrs. Ella McDonald in Ledyard Thursday evening. Mrs. T. E. McGowan, Mr. and Mrs. John McGownn nnd daughter. Marilyn of Cedar Rapids and Mrs. Lillie Hunter, Oxford Junction spent the week end with the C. E. Householders. Margaret Gladstone, who has spent the past three weeks at the parental Rev. S. M. Gladstones, left Friday morning for Iowa City where she will resume her nurses' training at the hospital there. Douglas Riley has been tiling for Clarence Mawdsley. and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kraft of Chicago, were guests on Thursday night at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hargreaves. and Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Hargreaves. Mr. Anderson is an uncle of Harry Hargreaves. Hospital News Also "Picketing for Pictorial nnd New •.-.-••.r. .Trie: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fuhr- .' to work and he collided with a large Entertains Kirthdiiy Club Afrs. Geo. Stewart was hostess to her birthday club at the home of arrived here Sit- i P ost near the entrance road into J' cr <^ l "Shtcr. Mrs. Henry Tjadon _OF A SECOND WIFE! Thursday and Friday, July 28-29 Daily matinees at 2 p. m. THATS PARIS HER EYES! Arrrt»nc* r JR. /MSCHA MJW • LOUISMATVAAO MCltN BRODtmCK outers o 11 HiNir 104711 , isit with Mr. Fuh:--j tncir farm. Merle escaped with no ~a:-.n's mother. Mrs. John Fuhr- : '"juries but the car was somewhat!-, and other relatives. Veronioi ' damaged. Fiihrmann is a niece of Mrs. John i ----- Fuhrmar.n. Corn is Light Although corn is far advanced in height for this season of the year, manv fields are very slow in produo- last Thursday. The Indies, SO In number, rame from near Armstrong. Mrs. C. I. Smith gave several piano numbers. Mrs. Anna Hayworth won the prize for the guessing contest. A two coarse lunch was served. Visit Hospital Patient Nfr. and Mrs. John Becker snrr.t last Sunday at Iowa City vls'.Ung! «"« tassels. »mj the old savin* is i ^/ ^C^f™™ 7,°"'' nvcom : Mrs. Ed Dieter nf \\v<=t ii™,\ ,.-!,„ "with the tassel comes the ear'" still ! P n> ..,, " . Ulclr snn : H ->"ey and Mr. and Mrs. George Kohl in Mrs. Ed Dieter of West Bend, who ! used -""•-= '-'" t>jr S:.ige S p. m. Daily by Living Models COWME-S FIR STVLE SHOW BV KRESENSKVS Sat—The Dead End~Kids in "Little Tough Guy" Sunday-Monday—Bob Burns, Dorothy Lamour in "Tropic Holiday" is a patient at the hospital there. is c ' ons 'dered good logic. Howev Mrs. Dieter i? a sister of Mrs. Beck- ' mucn °' tne ' a '« corn will be us er. for fodder and silage. Girl Born to Reclines i J ' r5 Marie Scuff ham .-.MS ho Mr. and Mrs. John B. Reding arel IS-^'^r'-n- 0 ' H °' 10r C ' Ub '- parents of a girl born Sunday. ! -°" da > ^tr.m^. •• 17th at the Kossuth hosoitaf ! -"'"*• Rf "ph Lee went to Hilh- b.,ro. :.. D.. la it Thursc'a/ to visit his wife \vlio rame down from St. ' Paul - Saturd!l >'' Sunday for a week's visit with relatives at'Peoria. i III. Both Mr. and Mrs. Kohi'.s I parents and relatives live there. : Harvey is having his vacation from the July duties in a lai cern at St. Paul. furniture con- rs^George Becker went to Iowa! her mother and sisters. City Friday for medical aid. Rev. Nicholas J. Becker of Emmetsburg was n visitor in this vicinity Wednesday. Work was started last week on n new home, a one story building CJ by 24 feet, for William Hammer. Mrs. Elmer Weaver and sons, Wayne and Donald visited laat Sunday with friends in Minn. The E. H. Thomas family left by auto on Sunday for their new home at Hanlontown. Iowa. They are shipping their household goods by freight. Joe Metille has sufficiently recovered from his recent sjvere at- Rich Point Youth Returns from C. M. T. Rich Point: Paul Black, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Black, returned Saturday after six weeks spent (it a Minneapolis military training camp. He will spend the remainder of the summer with hia parents. Th rollers Meet The Rich Point threshing run .= held its annual business mrc-ting at Milton Norton Tells of Western Travels i ^ kn « ^"n^^T^ i r • t » ! \ • * -11 * T-I i • t • ^ ,---"-• •»"»«»i»4 «nti* i*. mi V.-3.-5 n iff L i n i; ;i i Milton .sorton .spoke before thei Metllle of Boilt - assisted tnj Met-, the J. F. Blac-k home on Wedncdav Ali.-on.-i Rotary club. Monday noon ' " les «'ith th-.-.r harvesting. Mrs.' .-veiling nnd began work nt R H at the AlKonu Country Club, on' Foloy and Jack are brother and si.,- Shillings Friday Henrv li.-iitc- mci.lents of interest that or, urrc-,1 Ur '(.-ptctively of Mr Metille. i is beginning hi.s 22ml ronse.-utivo on his recent trip to the Pacific Mrs. Join: Scefeld nnd Miss Mar- ' fall as thresher for this group. Northwest. garci Sthurnpp of Clarion viskul Master Albert Urch, West Con- He spent about a week in the vie- ' 1>l week at the George Hacknrm cord. Minn., is .spending .several d-ivs mity of T.-ti-oma. ar.-i visited log- hume. On Saturday. Mr. and Mis. with hi.s grandparents, Mr. nnd gmg ^ operations and s-iwrnills dur- ( -"-o. Hackman. Jr., and Mrs. H; Mrs. J. A. Johnson, ing his stay there. Forest fires, whi-h man. Sr.. niotred to Dt.s Moines to; Edmund Capesius has been fin- since have rv.ige-.i both Grejro.-, K« Miss Jorlla Al-:in. sister of Mr.-,. 1 ployed by the hybrid seed corn corn- ami Washington, \vere just getting Hackman. Jr., who returned home pany at Algona". tncler way when he left for his w ' lln them for a visit. i return home. Kossuth Hospital Monday, July 18—Lucy Hauptly of Wesley entered for medical treatment. Tuesday. July 10—Mrs. Ben Engebritson of Algoan gave birth to a bnby girl. Wednesday, July 20—Mrs. Herbert Arndorfer of St. Benedict entered for minor surgery. Wednesday. July 20-Donna Jcin Smith nnd Lavonne Smith of Algona had their tonsils removed. Thursday, July 21 —Johnny Lallier of Corwith entered with a broken left arm received in an nrt -idnit Thursday, July 21—Mildred Robinson of Algona underwent a lon- sillectomy. Saturday. July .3—Mrs. Sjarre of Buffalo Center entered for medical care. Saturday. July 23-Mrs. Roy Sankey of Irvington medical patient. Monday, July 25—Marjorie Dunn of Algona underwent nn appendectomy. General Hospital Mnoday. July 18-Mrs. Alex Miller. LuVcrnc, entered for medical care. Monday, July 18-Mrs. George Lnnning of Burt entered for major surgery. Tuesday. July 19—Mrs. Chester Schoby of Algona medical treut- ment Wednesday, July 20—Norma Jean Hanselman of LuVernc had her tonsils nnd adenoids removed. Call Theatre Thursday and Friday, July 28^29 Daily Matinee 2 p, m. Mrs. Frances Loss is visiting this week at Wnukon and also her sister at Black River, Wis On the stage, 9 p. m. each evening Living Models Displaying the latest in Pur Garments by Cownie Fur Co., makers of the coat worn by Danielle Darrieux, star of "Bage of Paris," presented by Kresensky 's VyWWSftWWWWWW ^^ ! Ik-turn* After Visit j Edna Mae Sill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Sill, former residents Algona Man Speaks At Wesley meeting weeks .spent at the Baptist (ontrr- Treat the Tumor Operation Portland: lfr= George L*nr.inj underwent an operation for tumor at the General hospital. Algor.a. on Wesley: Dr. Lee Nugent, Algon* Im^nv^ 1 ^'^*^''^ *! , • Tuesday. July i&th and will be dentist, was speaker at a meeting f™*°??? ^ the Rlthards °n '"mi- there two or three weeks, it i- t -;- of osteopathic surgeons held Mon- peeled. She is doing very well at day evening at tne office of Dr R, 'SKiStFth. men *ere enter-1 $-« ^, P T" °' "" ^ "" tamed by Mrs Richardson and v L> " lne buffet luncheon was served to all at the conclusion of the meeting. — this writing. in Algona. Phyllis Walker, Algona, was a Take Home a Quart of IcM* < roam For Dinner Tonight M;;.l.- I.-.. .M:i|i|.- \V .limit lYiuit KruiicU ( arn rl Filbert flu-rry Nut liultt-r liriltk- Olid ulhrf-, Algona Ice Cream & Candy Factory > > <- 1 ''•:; \ t r Wesley Boy on U. S. Ship at Alaska V.'e.-iey Wor.j v. -si rc'_eiv<:il by the .' F. L/.rer.z f-.r..;:y U = t week froi". .:.* -..-. '.r.e \: ~ S LiVgl'e Mrs Hattie Burhngame and her cister. Miss Ada Merriarn. went la-it week to LuVerne to attend the funeral of an uncle, peter Thompson, j Week's Weather The Uetk's weather: Hiah Low P.-, that hi f.illo-,v- *; if.c Pa. it... o.can ('-.'..i^ri.ii. July .=; v,z-. on Ju!y Ij '..:.-.- ir.o-.v was failing r., ?.-;?' ;.i i:-. r.orthen. r..'.^ u;, r.,i: the J »j, j!.- July IS July 20 Juiy 21 Sjostrand on Vacation :..". v, .-: ;-.;.'i froiij '•-:.•: \VaijM. :.. r.c ','*-±z v-e . M.I.:. H ii.- j |.astor of tr.= churvn. will ie;ivc 'A'o weeks' vacation f h::u to St Pete:. e v.n! v..-it r.;= par- t;:ric to Minot. N". Mi.'.r. where he i:v'. ^.'itt t r. ai.d to C.'ari- v. ..i ;i.., :i .irne L, 1,1 f,r, >-2 r,7 i-i t;; c2 f/J «*i r,5 !>5 66 Farmer Injured f'hri.s Knut-on f jrrner iivir. M ' liort'.i of the Plum f'jtek vi, may hail th.- ini-fortune to hiil backward urciay, while cutting o,»t.i anJ hi. 1 . oa.-k and arru.s were cjuiti.- badly wrenched on the binder. He i.-> ~i~: ye.irs of age and reported to b^ getting along nicely. American Boy Magazine Companion To Thousands Of and hu -.d l .:. i.-.-^r.. r. (jr. A-.£ >:.. . n at 11 n m 2? _• ,1 a n. Tr.i-re s~:. ij.;. i,!.oc! si-rv Copps Return :.-2 M.^ L A r.•••,:-;.- u.-.t n j.'".J on ••»iii t/c j/.e for i:.ore !ik M- a cornponioa than , i..j^" rnj.uirit-ci <:.,_ h:gh; tihooi student. "It i'iVea i*'l: n c al.d i e;.'c-ita»i.:i.eiit o:; t'.t.-r> suojcct in ] which a young Kiit/w ij interested.' I if.iide our ichooi ba<<<etbiill tturn ; ir. The- Boy" ; lir.inifcii wi'itera ar.d ;iri!-i-. <.*-'• ir.o-i cv.^i.c^ ir;d athktes. tjtplor• ! '.is .-scielitls::. -J.l-.ti irieB .-.Lie.-.-.l'ui i '.:. L-^ii.i.vaa a...j iiida^try }•... v. iti. j Boy Attend GOP Convention .. V.\ ..,;, Mr. i;.J M:s. D. J. --• I J '' ft*..*' UiO.e I r:.^-, :. ..-.ttr.J ti.e ,^U_Kv,_v- -•' ''.:...':. ;%:-::.ti i.i:».s \:.'.:. j^.-i. tJs i-:<: UK i^: t,..c -2 ->j for tr.rte yearis. To .-.i:i.;.]y scii-j your li-A^.u- i.'i r^n.i* t^.'ict ii*:ic-c to . ai. o> ~i'ys Stcoi.'J B*vd . i D«uoic. Mith. FtJRXtTUR \Vhol < To Make Room For Fall Merchandise Which Is Arriving Almost Daily We need the room and off,-,- a niid-smuiuei- Bargain Event on Living llooin Mining Itoom Suites •ooiii Suite* And ])ox,. u .s of Individual I'ie.-es Furniture Lamps COOK WITH ALGONA GAS! We offer 100 percent pure propane gas at a better price -100 Ib. drums at $8.75. Don't be misled by a smaller drum at a higher price per pound. ALWAYS A FULLUNE OF EANGES TO CHOOSE FBOH FUENITUEE HOME APPLA NOE S

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