The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 9, 1938 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 9, 1938
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 9, 1938 LOCAL NOTES Wm. fif. Freeman WM In Davenport Sunday on business. Jlmmle Neville returned to work Thursday after having been 111 for several days, suffering from a heart attack. Mrs. P. V. Janse and daughter, Mrs. Harold T. Miller spent Wednesday in Des Moines on a business and pleasure trip. Lydla Ward returned to her home In Chicago, Wednesday, after vis- Ing for a month with her aunt, Mrs. Jergenson and with friends. Mrs. Harold Cowan and Bernlce Storm were guests tit their friend, Mrs. Don Mertz at her home in Cherokee, Thursday and Friday. Merle Pratt arrived home Wednesday, after receiving a back injury from lifting. He has been working for his father at Gillett Grove, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dahlhauser and two children of Talulah, La., arrived for a three weeks' visit with relatives In Algona and Whittemore recently. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Falkenhain- er and little daugter, Linda, are enjoying a week's vacation at the Isaacson cottage on Algona Beach at Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Don Hutchlns and son, moved to Decorah, Thursday, where they will make their permanent residence. Mr. Hutchlns will have a much larger territory than he had here. He is an Electrolux salesman. Mrs. Nora Kaln and daughter, Elizabeth, arrived last week Monday for a visit with Algona friends and relatives. They are former Algona residents. Mr. and Mrs, R. O. Williams returned Friday evening, after a wedding trip to the Dells In Wisconsin. They are at home in the Oalbraith apartments. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hutchlns, Buena Raney and Maxine Har greaves left Thursday for a few days' vacation trip Into northern Minnesota and Canada. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Heller of Westgate, Iowa, and Rev. and Mrs. E. O. Potratz of Kearney, Nebr., were visitors at the home of Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner, Monday. Harold T. (Skimmer) Miller of Oklahoma City, Okla., arrived Friday to visit at the home of Dr. and Mrs. P. V. Janse, and to take his wife and son home with him. T. H. Holmes was a business vis itor in Oskaloosa Monday and Tuesday. He reports that the corn Is In fine condition there and larger than In this part of the state. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Boone and daughter, Marlon, left Thursday 'morning for Davenport and Rock Island, 111., where they Will visit relatives. Mr. Boone's mother lives in Davenport and following the visit there they will go on to northern Wisconsin and back through northern Minnesota, where they will visit the Floyd Pierce family who recently moved to Big Boy Lake. They've just arrived I NJEW FALL HATS •Toques! •Berets! '•High Hats! $1.95 Others up to $4.95 Exciting new fall hats. Suedes, felts, velvets . . . every new type. Wear them smartly now... later with new fall costumes. Kresensky's Step ste p.\n* i FUlERE'S a definite air of J. delicacy about the way the new step-in styles hug your foot ... in soft, glove-light leathers;' BO daintily trimmed. So smooth; 1 BO elegantly Bnug that they en-' liauce the outlines of your foot in new, flattering ways! And ia Rhythm Step shoes this lovely. new fashion is yours . . . with extra support I Take 3 Steps to EXTRA SUPPORT You'd never believe that shoes so beautifully dainty <Sould actually support your foot at three strain points! But wait till you ^ walk on their Invisible Rhythm Treadsl You'll be amazed at how buoyantly) they support your heel, arch and the ball of your foot! Giving a glorious i'lift" to walking, ia 1 styles that are delicately smart and flattering! Come in and make a three-step test! That's all it takes to discover thrilling extra comfort in these adorably light new Rhythm Step shoal Brown Suede calf trimmed $7.50 t of wine ofatflon 97.00 Kresensky's Rev. P. J. Braner fc-ill give a lecture on the Centennial convention held at St. Louts last June, In the Lutheran church at Lotts Creek next Sunday. Rev. Ftene will preach In Algona. Rachel Clapsftddle, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J. O. Clapsaddle of Burt, will graduate Friday at the University of Iowa. She will receive a B. A. degree, having majored In social service. Florence Wlnkel,.dau!rhter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wlnkel, arrived Friday from her home at Morris, HI., for a two week's visit with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Behlmer, and Mrs. Mamie Wlnkel. Mrs. J. B. Johnston and her sister, Mrs. Harold Lamprlght and two sons. Billy and Bobble, returned Saturday after a week in Council Bluffs visiting Mrs. Johnston's daughters, Helen Barton and Catherine Murphy. Mrs. Bill Nugent and children will visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dlngley until the first of September. Mr. Nugent brought them here from Chicago, and visited his mother, Mrs. W, D. Nugent during the week end. Miss Kathleen Oodey of Boston, Massachusetts, arrived last week Monday for a two weeks' visit with Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Anderson. She is connected with the New England Council, cooperative advertising set up of all the New England states. Mr. and Mrs. H. Pierce Witmer were guests at the E. W. Lusby lome Thursday afternoon and evening. Mrs. Witmer Is Mr. Lusby's daughter. The Wltmers, who reside n Des Moines, are spending the week at the Lusby cottage at Clear Lake. Rev. and Mrs. George C. Vance and children spent last week at Canton, HI., visiting with Mr. Vance' parents. They stopped at Grlnnell on business. Rev. Vance, pastor at the Congregational church, will leave Algona for Mitchell, Soutn Dakota, September 1. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Ocnrlch, and son, Howard, and Mr. and Mrs. Delmer McFadden spent Sunday visiting at the home of the women's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Jones at their farm home near Buffalo Center. Howard remained for a visit until Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hilton will drive to Mason City, Sunday, to visit Mrs. Hilton's sister. Violette Halbrook, who underwent an appendectomy at the Mercy hospital Monday. They will also visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Halbrook, who reside in that city. The Breakfast club will attend an all day picnic at Clear Lake Sunday. The group consists of Mr and Mrs. J. H. Hoppe of Fort Dodge Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shilts, Mr. anc Mrs. H. J. Rice, Mr. and Mrs Dennis Pratt, Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy McWorter, and Mr. and Mrs Fred Park. Oliver S. Relley, fanner secretary of the Algnoa Chamber of Commerce, now secretary of the Greater Marshalltown Association, has been reappointed Safety Chairman of the Iowa Association of Commercial Organization secretaries, It was stated In daily papers this week. A reception for Reiley was aUo held Thursday evening by the Marshalltown post of the American Legion. Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Smith and son, Donnle, and their nephew, Jim Smith who has been working here this summer, will leave Saturday for a week in Chicago. They will attend the big league baseball games and visit at the home of Jim's sister, Mrs. George Morse. They also plan to stop at Dubuque. Iowa, to visit Mrs. Louise Hoerner and family. Mrs. Hoerncr. a former Algonian, teaches in the Dubuque schools. LOTHERANSSHOW MOTION PICTURES Burt:< A rather small crowd attended the entertainment at the Lutheran .church Thursday, which was sponsored by the Walther League. Pictures, depleting the life of Martin Luther, were shown. The Lutheran Aid society met In the church basement Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Floyd Koepke as hostess. Ed See BaseJmll Tourney Thaves, C. C. Smith, Ed Welske, Willis Vogel and R. J. Hammerstrom attended the baseball tournament at Rockwell City on Thursday. New Yorkers Visit Hurt Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Stewart and son, Hamburg, N. Y., came last Wednesday for a week's visit with Elbert's father, D. M. Stewart and other relatives. They were dinner guests Thursday evening at the J. T. Heaney home. Prepare for School Max Schrader and Merwyn Bahl- Ing spent Friday and Saturday In Cedar Falls, where they made arrangements fall. to attend school this If onorix! on Blrthdny A group of friends verc entertained for dinner ut the C. C. Smith lome Tuesday evening In honor of Mr. Smith's 'jlrthday. Guests Included Mr. and Mrs D. L McDonald, Mrs. O. F. Kraushaar, Mr. and Mrs. John Recker, and Collntte Welp and Richard Undcrkofler. Ing through the Mayo clinic and taking treatment W. E. Stoeber and his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stoeber went to Minneapolis last week Tuesday on business. They returned frome Wednesday evening. Mrs. Carl Kern and daughter, Helen and Mrs. Derwood Kern went to Sexton Friday to hedp Mrs. Melvin Kern with the cooking for threshers. They returned the same day. The Williams construction company of Humboldt. who have been graveling a stretch of road in the Seneca vicinity moved Thursday to a place three miles south and one mile east of Fenton, where they will gravel roads. Ruth Ellen Humphrey spent last week with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Miller. Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Humphrey and son. Sidney, spent Friday evening with the Millers and their daughter accompanied them home. Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Lively and S. H. Lively left Thursday for their home at Palestine. Texas, after a week's visit here with Mrs. Llvelv's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Newel and her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Newel. Mrs. E. K. Johnson and children. Marjorie. Eunice and Kenneth and Mrs. F. H. Bohn were Algona visitors Wednesday, where they met Mrs. Ed Dehnert and children of LuVerne. Eunice accompanied the Dehnerts home for a week's visit. Mrs. J. T. Snyder and son, .Warren and daughter, Phyllis of Alta spent from Thursday to Friday at the R. C. Goetsch home and with other friends. The Snyder family Snyder being the Methodist pastor here for eight years, and is serving in a like capacity at Alta. Mrs. A. J. Krause and daughter. Lillian Stamm, Alta, visited last I Irene, went to Algona Friday for a DOAN THRESHING NEARLYTHROUGH Busy Season On But There Are Celebration Days Next Week Doan: Threshing has been in full swing for the past two weeks, when rain did ont interfer and some runs will t>e finished in a couple more days. Weather has been fine so for is it has not been so extremely warm as in the past several years. week at the home of her cousin, Mrs. B. W. Brooke. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Branch, Chicago, spent Thursday night at the H. O. Buell home. Mrs. Clifford Schrader returned Friday from a few days' visit wHh a friend at West Bend. Mary Peters, teacher at Elgin, 111., came last Tuesday for a visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Peters. The Art Fandels returned Thursday from a week's vacation "with relatives at WTiitemore and Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Bleich spent from Friday to Monday at the horn? of their daughter, Mrs. Donald Cronan, at Toledo, Iowa. Lura Sewick left Friday for Freeport, 111., and was to leave from there Sunday with a cousin for a sightseeing trip in Kentucky. F. L. Pratt and daughters, Marllda and Zelpha Rae left Sunday for Leech Lake, Minn., where they will spend a week or two filshing. The K. J. Smiths went to Des j week. Mr. Bailey went from here to Moines Sunday and visited until I Cedar Rapids to get another son, James, who had been working in Chicago this summer. They returned to Fenton last week Tuesday for an overnight visit with relatives and left from here for their home. visit at the R. L. Padgett home. Miss Elsie Major of Chicago who visited since Thursday with her cousin, Mrs. Padgett, accompanied Mrs. Krause to Fenton for a visit at their home and with the Herman Krauses. Mrs. Leonard Madden and son. Joe of Rlngsted, and MM. Ernest Johnson mr] two children, r.nd Mr.'. E. J. Bnrkhead from Armstrong were entertained by Mrs. O. H. Etoober at her home \Vednpsdnv nfteinoon. Mrs. Mndde'; nml Mr.--. Jchnsrn are daughters of MIS. Burlthead. The Fairvllle Lutheran aid society met on Thursday with Mrs. John Kcrber. The ' guests were • Mrs. LoreUa Giffen and a Mrs. Kronke. Frances Bailey went to Armstrong Wednesday morning to stay at the A. W. Whitlow home while Mrs. Whitlow and her son. Roger are at Rochester, Minn. Frances is a sister of Mrs. Whitlow. Fred Bailey and sons, Paul and Donald of Marshall. Minn., visited Fenton relatives several days last Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Martinek are driving a new Plymouth car purchased recently. Agnes Hawkins returned home from Frazee. Minn., last week, where she had spent the summer with an aunt. Clare Wolf has been assisting with the threshing for Leander Seefeld. he having injured his back and is unable to work. Mrs. Charles Barrickman and Mrs. Bruce Eckhart of Algona. as- fcisted their mother, Mrs. Henry Nelson with threshers last week and called on Aline Matrlnek on Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Jerome Hawkins left last week for Frazee, Minn., where she will visit her sister for a week. Mrs. Emmet Paetz assisted Mrs. A. J. Martinek with threshers on Wednesday. Aug. 3. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Austin and family of Utah, brought the former's grandmother, Mrs. Rosa Andrews, here to visit her children. Mr. and Mrs. Austin spent a week visiting the former's relatives, and were lesidents of this community before going to Utah where they now reside. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Dimond entertained on Monday evening, Aug 1, Mr. and Mrs. Raemond Dimond mid family of Britt, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sarks and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dimond of Britt in honor of their brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Leone Dimond of New York City, where both arc teachers. They nre spending n week visiting relative? here. They spent Thursday evening with their niece, Mrs. Howard Sparks. In Appreciation of the Fino Patronage in This Community We Will Have ALGONA NIGHT ^ TIE SURF On the North Shore of dear Lake Thursday, August II Tickets, which with a small service charge, will admit one person may he secured at cafes and recreational parlors in Algona, free of charge. Or clip out this nd nnd mark the number of persons In your party in the square, nnd present a! window In place of ticket. (Only four persons admitted on one nd>. SURF BALLROOM - CLEAR LAKE This offer not good after 9:45 p. m. HERE ARE THE 3 THINGS YOU WANT IN A FLOOR VARNISH! A BEAUTIFUL FINISH LONG WEAR QUICK-DRYING Mrs. Agatha Hansen will be the hostess to the Aid on August 11. The meeting was postponed a week because of threshing. Fas/lion's Darling COTTON PRINT DIRNDLS 91.OO Kresensky's Monday with relatives. Their son, JImmie, returned home with them. Mrs. Albert Gilman, Mrs. Thomas Flanagan and daughter, Betty Ann, and Mrs. H. G. Christopherson, of Watertown, S. D., visited last week at the Rev. J. M. Dorm home. Clayton Moore, Chicago, came last Tuesday for acouple of weeks visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore. They all spent Sunday at the Leonard Schmidt home in Bode. Mrs. R. I. Iliff, Webster City, visited from Wednesday to Saturday at the home of her sister, Mrs. J. H. Graham. They were entertained nt the Charles Schcmmel home at Swea City on Friday. E. O. Chipman, Mrs. Lillian Sheldon, Mrs. M. M. Chipman and h»r daughter, Joan, spent from Thursday to Monday at Clear Lake. Vera Chipman, who works in Mason City, was also with them part of the time. FORMER FENTON YOUNG MAN DIES Fenton: Mr. and Mra. E. C. Fauerby and Mra. Arthur Volgt attended the funeral of Agnes Arlene Schendel, 25 day old boy of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schendel, held Tuesday, August 2, at Dunnell, Minn. The Otto Schendels are former Fenton residents and Mrs. Fauerby is a sister of Mr. Schendel. WESLEY MAN DIED THURSDAY Burt Presbyterian Ladies Mite Society Holds Guest Day Burt: The Presbyterian Mite society held its annual guest day on Friday afternoon and the Lone Rock Mite society and the Burt Ladies Aid society were present. The following program was given: devotions by the Rev. J. M. Doms: violin solo by Dorothy Brooke; welcome by Mrs. J. W. Dorrance; solo by Mary Ann Smith; talk on St. Petersberg, Florida, by Mrs. H. O. Buell; piano solo by Ruth Hodgson; a travel talk by Mrs. E. B. Dlttmer and a vocal solo by Eugenia Mae Krlethe, with violin obligate by Dorothy Brooke. Dainty refreshments were served. Joseph Nenachnicky Left Wife, Daughter; Rites Held Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mcurer, Che?- yll Ann and Jimmy went to Ollie. Iowa, Tuesday for a week's stny, looking after their farm interests. Lowe Brothers Neptunite Floor Varnish has these three qualities because it's designed for floors. It isn't one of those varnishes claimed to be "good for everything." It gives you a smooth, glistening, beautiful floor that cari be walked on in a. few hours; and the finish will stand up under the hardest kind of wear you can give it. Lowe Brothers also make other high quality Neptun- ite varnishes. Each one is designed to do a specific Job. "Interior"—hlgn- gloss for woodwork; "Rubbing" —for use when the finish is to be rubbed; "Spar"—for efctcrior use, and "Seat"—for chairs, church pews, and other surfaces where unusually hard-drying ia required. All Neptunite Varnishes are heat-proof, mar-proof and waterproof. They won't turn white or tcratcb white. Come in and let us help you get the right varnish for the work you have in mind; F. S. Norton & Son Alfiona, la. Phone 229 Algona U. D. M. Wants Ads Bring Quick Eesults Treat Your Wife —And Your Kitchen To 1 i i , Wisconsin Visitors at Fenton Mrs. James Christiansen and son, Elmer of Kenoaha, Wis., and Clarence Garland of Racine, Wis., came last week Monday for a visit with Mr. Garland's brother-in-law and fister, Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Mueller. Elmer submitted to a tonsil and nose operation at the office of Dr. Mueller, Tuesday. Go to Alta Vista Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyers and son, Dickie, went to Alta Alta last week Tuesday to visit Mrs. Meyers, brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Kern Elerick. The Meyers' daughter. Betty and Joan, who I ad spent a week with the Elericks returned home with them. ' Texuns Honored Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Lively, Palestine, Texas, were honored at a beefsteak dinner held at the river north of town last week Tuesday evening. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Widdel, Mr. and Mrs. Fred P. Newel, Frances Bailey and. Agnes Goetsch. Buys Ranney Cottage Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Yager have purchased the O. J. Ranney cottage; in the east part o ftowu. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Newel who are living in the house will move into their new home, which is almost completed, about August 15, when the Yagers will get possession. Illinois Relatives Visit Mr. and Mrs. Silas Finnestad of Chicago came Thursday for a visit with Mr. Flnnestad's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lars Finnestad and other relatives. Mrs. Mary Kohlstedt and her son- in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lovejoy and daughter, Mary Lou, all of Ayrshire, visited at the Elmer Welsbrod home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Kyhl and their daughter, Ruth Mae, went to Es- thervllle last week Monday to visit Peter Munaon, a brother of Mrs. Kyhl. Mra. William Meyer returned home Saturday from Rochester, Minn., where she spent a week go- Wesley: Joseph Mcllhaney died early Thursday morning in the Ouk- dale sanitarium where he hnd been i \ a patient for three months. He was married to Margaret Otis, eldest daughter of Mrs. Joe Otis, June 4. 1934 and had lived at Traer all of his life. v >Beeide|t his wife he leaves a daughter, Joan, 3 ysars old, a sister, Mrs. J. M. Vorba and a brother, William of Traer. Funeral services were held Saturday morning at 8:30 with requiem high mass by Father Wagener. Th« burial was In St. Joseph's cemetery. Tom McMahon brought the body up Thursday night. Iiiwood Relatives Visit Mr. and Mra. John Buhnson, Inwood, came Thursday foi a few days' visit at the Dr. R. K. Bahnson home. The doctor and John Bahnson are brothers:. Mrs. J. Kunz took a group of neighbor women to Algona Friday afternoon where they attended a show. Mrs. Fred Diekman and two son-i called on Mrs. Ben Arndorfer at the General hospital in Algona Friday afternoon. The Leonard Ko?stlers. Clinton, came last week for a vhit at tin; home of Leonard's mother, Mrs. Ee: iha Koestler. Mrs. May Reeder left last Monday for her home at Stivator. Ill , after spending two weeks here with her aunt, Mrs. Delia Canoil. Patricia Miller of Webster City spent last week on a vacation ut the home of Ed Loebig and at the Chas. Murphy, Ralph Valentine an/I Bud Doyle homes in Algona. June Adele and Mary Adine Kunz spent from Sunday until Friday visiting their father, Jule Kunz. at Davenport, and at Williamslfjrg, they visited Miss Dorothy Shanahan, principal of the Wesley school. Word was received here that the W. W. Sturdivants are now settled on their chicken farm in Washington. They have an eight-room hou=e and buildings and grounds enough for 2.000 chickens although they now have only about 300. THE FINEST RANGE ever CREATED Chicagoans Visit at Fenton Last Week Fenton: Mr. and Mrs. Clyd-' Major and daughters, Betty and Lorraine of Chicago visited week Tuesday and Wednesday 'it the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Vottelel. Mrs. Votteler and her son. Vincent, took them to Fairmont on Wednesday afternoon and they were evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Landsteiner after which Mrs. Votteler took them to Graet- tmger for a visit with relatives. Mr. Major is a brother of Mrs. Votteler and Mrs. Landsteiner. Why The SOUTH BEND Is The Finest Range Ever Created 1—Its newly patented improvements climax a succession ot many famous advances previously contributed by South Bend. 4—The j>cn is fouiti. n sauv.; copper, double- oven bottom electric wcldj-! and ha'.id riveted. Patuiucd lock joiutji are exclusively South Bend. 2—The outside draft opening on the left end of the range has been eliminated, and in oilier ways beautified, refined, i'.jnJ improved in dtsigii. 5—Cooking top is extra hea\y, specially tough, and offers convenience of feed pouch and lift plate combined in one. 3—The enamel patts are all replaceable, if an;- are accidentally damaged in servi?j. This eliminates expensive service t'iJ'O. 6—The fire box has super heavy linings, roomy air chambers, surrounded with vented linings to cool and preserve and out-last all others. We Will Be Glad to Tell You, and Show You, More Kohlhaas & Spilles Hwd. Queen Coupons Thru Aug. 13 on All Ca.<h Purchases and Payments $^«&&<x>Aa&ao.o.oAOAaom^

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