The Algona Upper Bes Moines, Algona, IOUKI, Aug. 9,1938 Resident* of Fenton Attend Rites for Mrs. August Gade Fenton: Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gade and family, Mr. and Mrs. fimll Blerstedt and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Stems, Mr. and Mrs August Blerscedt, Mrs. Clarence Blerstedt and Mrs. F. F. Blerstedt Attended the funeral of Mrs. August Gade, 75, of West Bend, which was held at the Whlttemore Lutheran church, Whlttemore, Friday afternoon. Mrs. Gade was the mother of Herman Gade and Mrs. Emll Bierstedt. She passed away suddenly Wednesday following a heart attack. She Is survived by feer jr.fts- band and thirteen children. Ex-Algona People Visit in Union Twp. Union: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hammerick of DeKalb, III., former farmers east and south of Algona, stopped enroute late Wednesday for a visit with the Ben Goulds, who were former neighbors on east McGregor years ago. They were returning home from visiting a nephew in Minnesota. Harriet Brown, Irvington^ Has Party on Date of 6th Birthday 3 GOOD REASONS WHY YOU'LL LIKE MORRISON'S BETTER - - - 1—Shop Air Conditioned 2—Only experienced operators. 2 with over 12 years of experience. 3—"Highest quality preparations used, . hut a fair price," our motto. We Invite' Your Patronage Morrison Beauty Shop Queen Coupons Here 102 S. Ridgely Phone 279 Irvington: Miss Harriet Brown, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralp Brown, celebrated her sixth birth day last Wednesday by entertain ing a number of her relatives an friends. Guests present were Mr: Wallace Hardgrove and son, Joh Edward, Miss Atha Hardgrove, Mrs Russell Hardgrove and son, Robert Mrs. James Allen and Jackie, Mrs Geo. Hackman, Jr., and daughter Joanna, Mrs. Lyle Mathews an daughter, Alice, Mrs. Wayne Keitt and children, Jane and Edgar Jackie and Delores Brown, Donnn Stiles, Laura Jean Barr, Dorothy Brown of Britt, and Mrs. Vernel | Hnrdgrove and daughter, Barbara I Harriet received many lovely gifts ' Late In the afternoon lunch wa served to the group including n large birthday cake with six candles. Ites. A L G O N A Tuesday and Wednesday, Aug. 9-10 Continuous shows from one o'clock daily. Richard Dix in "SKY GIANT" Wednesday, Thursday, August 10-11 Daily matinee at two p. m. ON OUR STAGE Brownie • Trained Dog Act OX THE SCREEN Grand show for the family Warner Baxter Marj one Weaver in "I'll Give A Home Nenrs Completion The new home of Mr. and Mrs Henry Scheppman is practically completed, there being a small am ount of varnishing left to do in the living room. The Scheppmans.are among Irvington's most industrious families and they are to be congratulated upon their achievement. Their many friends are now awaiting the house warming. Will Enter Drake Miss Dorothy Mawdsley and Geor- pa Anne Geigel motored to Des Moines last Tuesday (a week ago) where Dorothy made arrangements to enter Drake University this fall, taking a course in commerce, transferring from Ames, where she was enrolled last year Busy Bees Meet Mrs. Paul Dremmel attended the meeting of the Busy Bee club at the home of Mrs. Ted Ringsdorf in Plum Creek township last Wednesday. This club is composed mostly of Indies residing in Union and Burt townships. However, there are several who still retain their mem- at the recent judging of the 4-H girls of Kossuth county. She will represent this county at the Iowa state fair in Des Moines. Ella Mae has been an active member of her girls' club, participating in all club activities. She is a daughter of Mrs. Edna Harr of Cresco township. Montana Visitor Here John Mulligan of Roundup, Montana, was a guest at the home of his niece. Mrs. U. B. Frankl the first of the week. Mr. Mulligan Is a brother of Mrs. Frankl's father. This is Mr. Mulligan's first visit to Iowa. Sheldon to Stajfe Mammoth Air Show September 4th-5th The Sheldon Aeronautical Club will this year < stage the greates air show ever held In this part o the country. Advertised as "Iowa's Greatest Air Show," the event takes place at the Sheldon municipal air port Sunday and Monday, Sept. 4th and Sth. There will be many outstanding aviators, stunt flyers and planes and the club is offering $3,000.00 in cash prizes. Negotiations are under way with Douglas Corrigan at Dublin, Ira- land, endeavoring to get him to appear at the Sheldon show. Carl Burgwi, ventriloquist with "Andy" McKarthy (a full brother to Charlie) A fast moving comedy plus Comedy and News bership. although they that community. have left Recovering from Operation Mrs. Henry Weber, former Irvington resident, but now living nt Hanna Switch, is recovering very nicely from her recent operation fit the Kossuth hospital in Algona for the removal of a tumor. Irvington Miss is Healthiest Miss Ella Mae Harr. member cf the Cresco Chums 4-H girls' club, was the highest scoring contestant Rewrites Of Newi From Last Thursday's Kossuth County Advance JAILED FOR CONTEMPT of court, when he failed to appear in answer to a summons from district court, Henry C. Hoeck. of north Kossuth, was jailed last Tuesday. Hoeck's mother-in-law, Mrs. Bertha Brighton, charged Hoeck had failed to provide support for his child which was placed in her care when Hoeck and his wife were divorced. Two other husbands, Geo. Good and Clarence Crouch, were also in court to answer charges of failing to provide child support. The hearing in the cases of the latter two was continued until August 16th. * * * SALE OF THE HOME of Rev. W. G. Muhleman to Mr. and Mrs. Lon Wright was made last week. Rev. Muhleman is due to retire soon, and it is not certain about his future residence. * * * BETA SIGMA PHI members. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Harmon and baby of Woden were Sunday guests of Mrs. Mary Dole. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Mikkelson and two sorts from Dickinson, N. D., arrived Sunday for a two weeks' visit with Mrs. Mikkelson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Phillips. Ben Gisch went to Iowa City last Friday morning for medical treatment. Mr. Gish has been having >ar trouble for some time and it U loped he will now have some re- ief. Mrs. Simmons, mother of Mrs. Javid King, returned to the King home, recently after a prolonged /isit with her son, Lester and fam- ly at Cedar Falls, and also with elatives in Cedar Rapids. Ora Mullin visited Sunday with lis sister, Mrs. R. Hansen. Mr. rtullin had several small chlld-siz- d motor cars and the younger set f Irvington were enjoying them- elves on Sunday by riding around he city. The Fred Hammericks of DeKalb, 11., were visiting old friends in this icinity last week. In 1908 the tammerlck family moved on the Id Ferguson farm and a few years ater lived on a place in Cresco township. Miss Buena Raney. Maxine Hargreaves and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hutchins left last Thursday morning for an extended auto tour including places of interest in northern Minnesota. They expected to be gone a week. Hugh Raney purchased Jay Stevens' oats last week direct from the machine as they were being threshed. A. Fisher hauled them to the Raney farm. Mr. Raney has not yet decided as to the advisability of purchasing cattle to feed for the coming season. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Gander and family will move March 1 to a farm at Forest City which they recently rented. At present they are located on the Quarton farm. When Mr. Gander is through with the threshing season he plans to go to their new place to do some fall plowing. Fenton People Go to Funeral of Nephew Fenton: Mr. and Mrs. George Bolte attended the funeral of Eldred Bolte. 27. a nephev/ of Mr. Bolte, at Denver, Iowa, last week Tuesday afternoon. Eldred died on Friday evening from a streptoccus Infection. He had been threshing Friday morning and at noon complained of an ache in his arm. He was taken to a doctor In the afternoon, but the arm Infection had progressed too far and he died that evening. Eldred was the eldest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bolte of Waterloo and is survived by a brother, Donald. He was not married. Donald Is married and lives at Waterloo. The family formerly lived at Algona. Carl Hamens, Wesley, Have Picnic Dinner Wesley: A picnic dinner was held at the Carl Hansen home Sunday. Those present were Rev. and Mrs. R. E. Cook of Ren wick; Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Warburton, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Warburton, Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Smith of Lakota and Mr. and Mrs. Gus Torine of Algona. Baby Boy Born to Former Wesleyan Wesley: Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Arndorfer of St. Benedict are the parents of a baby boy born Thursday, August 4. Mrs. Arndorfer wa< formerly Anna Slemer, daughter o) Mr. and Mrs. August Siemer of Wesley. THAT / SHELL Mrs. Smith Again Heads Fenton Club Fenton: The Woman's Foreign Missionary society -met Thursday afternoon. August 4, in the church parlors. Mrs. ft C. Goetsch had charge of devotions. During the business meeting the annual election of officers was held with Mrs. Mary B. Smith reelected president of the society; Mrs. Alice Weisbrod. elected vice president; Mrs. Nellie Wolfe, reelected recording secretary; Mrs. Eva Mueller, elected corresponding secretary and Mrs. Sarah Weisbrod. treasurer. Mrs. Florence Tatum was reelected Standard Bearer counselor and Mrs. Helen Widdel was reelected King Heralds counselor. The program for the afternoon included a two act play rntitkd "American King Heralds Meeting ' presented by the King Heralds and those taking part were: Betty, Joan ____________ nnd Dick Meyers. Eldon Brown. girls who are employed in Algon.i, | Phyllis and Janet McFall, Marion Marriage Banns for St. Joe Couple Called St. Joe: Banns of marriage were published Sunday in St. Joseph's church for Bernadine Plathe, onlv daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Plathe, and Ted Hilbert. youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Math Hilbert. The wedding will take place on August 23rd in the St. Joseph's church. Swea-Eagle Man Has Operation Swea-Eagle: Harold Jones was taken suddenly III last week Tuesday and was taken to the Coleman hospital, Estherville where he underwent a rupture operation. Last reports were that he is recovering satisfactorily. believe their organization might aptly have a slogan, "Join the sorority and get your man." Three of their members. Valeria Pickett, Ruth Roland and Leona Lichter were married within a few days of each other, last week. A COUNTY \V. C. T. U. meeting will be held today (Tuesday) at the Presbyterian church, with the Algona unit in charge. Mrs. N. A. Smith and Mrs. Frank Geigel are in charge of the program. # * * CONRAD BI.OME, pioneer resident of Ledyard who has been living in Des Moines, passed away last week. He farmed and operat- , Widdcll. Mary Georgia Newel, Ethel Weisbrod. Eldon Brown, Mary Holldorf and Junior Veigt. Phyllis and Janet McFall played a piano duet, "Progress March." Mrs. Alice WeU- brod gave the history of the hymn "Sweet Hour of Prayer." Mrs. Geo. Boettcher read a paper on "Noah." The hostesses were Mrs. John Light. Mrs. Fred Brown. Mrs. Leo Stevens and Mrs. J. A G. Smith Mra ed a -store at Ledyard for manyi""". yea i a. He was 73~ years of age. Funeral services were held at Ledyard. Sunday afternoon. I.KON.A MfllTKK. Algona. ar..| I'tMii f 'iapsrKiilli-. Burt. WL-I'I in.-u - iK-d last Tut-s'iay nt fi-dar K'iiihl- Tin- lii.'k- is >i daughter of Henry I.uhU-r of Algona. anil the groom 1- a son of T>r. and Mrs. Guy Clap>addle of Burt. Scoop Sensational Offer! ONE HOUR ONLY—SAT., AUG. 13TH—8 P. M. TO 9 P. M. $ 15 Hamilton = Shaver Two Styles to Choose From Limited Amount to be sold at this Sale On Sale Only- By arrangt-nu-nts with UIL- luanufat turt-r of this .>ir, nationally advertised dry .-havci 1 we ait- positively luniK-d t,, i UTV. <;KT vouts IM- MKUIATKI.V < 'hronii-1'luU-d Ileud—!'!*•>- tun l'us>- — I llciillditionaliv (.llarant, <-il liy tilt- lnanulal t uri-r. Vuu'll nil tin- thrill of >our lift- \\lii-n >ou UM- the m-w Hamilton Dry Shuvi-r. ,Ju->t plug ill soiki-t .11 id shutc—no water, bhulo, snap or ljru-.li. Will pay for itsell; nothing eKc to buy. This Hamilton Dry Sliaier uill In- sold for tilt- regular M.j.(HI after tin-, sale, \\omeii, too, uill uelconie thii ideal aid to personal daint- iues:>. (jlAKANTEKU BV THE MANl FACTl KEU If You Can't Attend This Sale, Leave Your Money Before the sale and Shaver win be held for You. You can now enjoy the thrill of the king of tlv.- dry shavtrs for thi bread and butter price. BARKER DRUG STORE H. T. BANKER 5 taj>t State Alguaa, loua NOTICE —On account of limited quantity, we regret we will have no available mail order Lansing People Stop At Irvington Home : Mr. and Mrs. Charles of Lansing. Michigan, week with their rousin. Lage. They were en- to Sioux Falls. S. D., where they will be guests of Mr. Crammond's brother. Lewis Crammond. They will also visit relatives in *.!:nnesola and Wisconsin. Bo'.h Mr. and Mrs. Crarnniond are music- i-ins of note and they maintain a : Lndio at Lansing, where they ni\v private lessons in voi West Bend Pastor At Bible Meeting West Bend: Rev. and MM. H. J. Noeding and children loft Wednesday for Cedar Falls to attend a Bible conference in sesMon there. They will also visit relatives In different parts of Iowa before returning home. There will be Sunday School in the Presbyterian church, of which he is pastor, but no church services while he Is gone. Little Nephew of Corwith Pastor Dies Corwith: The Rev. Paul Williams, pastor of the First Baptist church, received word last week Saturday of the death of his little seven vcar old nephew, Fred Leslie Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs Fred Williams, farmers living near Cavalier, N. D., The little boy had been run over by an automobile. Hospital News Tuesday, Hospital August 2— Mrs. Rav Funk of Algona entered for medical care. Wednesday, August 3—Frank Pawlowski of Algona. medical. Wednesday, August 3—Mrs. Russell Bergeson of Lone Rock gave birth to a baby girl. Thursday. August 4—Mrs. Lloyd Rippentrop of Titonka enlered for medical care. Thursday. August 4—Mrs. Matt Becker of LuVerne gay.j birth to a baby boy. Friday, August 5—Mrs. Floyd Cia- baugh of Algnoa gave blr'h to a baby girl. Saturday, August 0—S. F. Barger of Algona, accident injury. Saturday, August 6—Mrs. August Grendler, Armstrong, baby girl. Saturday. August 6 -Mrs. M. H. Doherty of Algoan, baby boy. Saturday, August 6 -Tressie and Edna Abbas of Titonka. both had their appendix removed. Monday. August 8—David Moore of Algona underwent a tonsillec-- tomy. Sister of St. Joe Man Dies in City -St. Joe: George Bei/ker received word Wt-d/u-Ml;,y that hi.s iistt-r at -Minneapolis, had passed away. Geo. was at coinpanit-d by Susie Fricdera to attend the funeral Saturday morning in Minnesota. General Hospital , Tuesday, August 2--Mrs. Harlan and piarui. I Robbtnhouse of Ottosen gave birih to a baby girl. Wednesday. August 3—Flossie Pornmtr of Britt, minor surgery. Thursday, August 4—Mrs. Bernard Arndorfer of Wthley gave birth to a baby boy. Friday. August 5 -Lucille Struck- t-r of Fenton, tonsillettomy. Saturday. August 6—Mildre,] Ryther of Algona had her tonsil.? removed. Ott&f WOLVERIN ORSEHIDES Have This 3-Ply Shell Leather In Both Soles and Uppers! SHELL HORSEHIDE. is-the strongest, tougheat of leathers. It is found ONLY in that part of the hide over the horse's hips. The inner-shell is the center layer—a tough substance like a cow's horn, or your fingernail. Its resistance to wear is much greater because the wear comes on the end of the grain, like the wear-resisting wood in a butcher's meat block! Wolverine's exclusive, secret, triple-tanning formula makes this tough inner-shell leather buckskin SOFT, yet retains all its extra strength. Try on a pair at our store then you'll understand why MILLIONS of men agree that wearing WOLVERINES is one sure way to save your feet and your dollars! 2.05 3.95 Queen Coupons Here Queen Coupons Here WOLWftlNE SHELL HORSEHIDE WORK SHOES The H U B Clothiers Leuthold—Williams—Reynolds California Woman Visits in Wesley Wesley: Mrs. Wm. Stevens of Santa Ana, California, is visiting her stater, Mrs. Carl Hansen and family. She will visit at Webster City before returning to her home in September. Surt: Hurt friends have received word of the death of the Rev. C. G. Treskow, former Lutheran pastor August 9-10 8585* tfMAUT 1NMUM •.•WHIR/AW Thursday Thru Saturday, August 11-14 AMOPEKH KOtlN HOOP 2nd Feature Bob State in "Thunder In the Desert" Serial. "Fighting Devil Dogs" Our Constant Aim is SERVICE to the Communities I HARTFORD INSURANCE | \i-u can now buy your Automobile Insurance 1 on the HARTFORD INSURANCE Hartford Budget Plan II I A new and unique Hartford Service | Also Careful Drivers lieward Plan—See | HENRY W. BECKER | Hartford Agency Alguiia, la. | Office in the New Heise Bldg. Phones—Office #>()—Residence 557 "Budget Your Protection Newest Addition to Our Equipment, Shown Above New 3-Way Cadillac Funeral Coach It is our constant aim to service the various communities with the very best of equipment and services that may be provided from any establishment in any city or town. » The new Cadillac Funeral Coach, together with large Chrysler Imperial Invalid Coach, truly marks our equipment and establishment as a standard for measuring services of the particular type we are called upon to render. The best of equipment, ripened experience and special education, together with a spirit of friendly helpfulness, enables us to serve our patrons in a manner that insures complete and lasting satisfaction. Merrill Funeral Home L. M. Memtt, Licensed Mortician and funeral Director Phone U Night or Day Algona, la.
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