The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 16, 1938 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 16, 1938
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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 16,1938 FENTONWOMAN HONORSDAUGHTER ON8TH6IRTHDAY Penton: Mrs. George Newel entertained la«t week Tuesday afternoon In honor of her daughter, Mary Georgia's birthday. Little guests were Charlotte Reldel, Grace Miller, Ruth Ellen Humphrey, Georgia Oerhart, Anna Rae and Marilyn Welsbrod, Dickie Theesfield, Jackie Gerhart, Ward Ruske and Mary Alice Gibbons, the latter of Whlt- temore. Others attending were Mrs. Don Welsbrod, Mrs. E. C. Llndsey, Mrs. C. G. Humphrey and Mrs. E. A. Welsbrod of Whlttemore.' Games were played followed by a delicious luncheon served at small tables. Colored crepe paper tablecloths and napkins were used and a large pink and white birthday cake centered the honoree's table. The guests were presented with favors and Maiy Georgia received a number of lovely gifts. BreaJcs Arm Mrs. L. J. Weisbrod suffered a broken left arm below the elbow, Thursday, when she fell over a small fence In her flower garden. Mr. Mueller took her to Whlttemore CHRISTMAS SHOPPING IN ALGONA: street scene taken looking east down State street, from second floor above Barkers Drug present location. Modern brick buildings, with scarcely a parking place, are to be compared with the same street from the same angle as shown elsewhere in a picture taken 85 years ago. er, Mrs. Walter Wegener to Rochester, Wednesday, where they spent where the arm was x-rayed and set the day with John's father, Walter with the help of Dr. McCreery at the McCreery hospital. Spend Day at Rochester Gilbert Beckwenn, Dorothy Stlg- tnan, Fred Wessenhofer and John Wegener, Jr., took the tatter's moth- Wegener, who is recovering from an operation. All returned home that evening except Mrs. Wegener who remained to bring Mr. Wegener home on Friday. He Is getting along nicely. Oklahomans Arrive Mr. and Mrs. Max Pattsack from Union City, Okla., arrived here last week Tuesday for a visit with relatives here and at Whlttemore. Mrs. Pattsack Is a niece of Henry Boevers and Mrs. Philip Weisbrod. Spend Week at Okobojl The Rev. and Mrs. J. G. Waterman of Fenton accompanied by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Callahan of Antes, spent last week at the Waterman cottage at Lake Okobojl. 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 minute.? you spend taking treatment In my office once a week. Dr< S. W. Meyer, D. O. First Floor Sawyer Bldg. Formerly in General Hoap. Bldg. ALGONA, IOWA 29-tf Recovers from Heart Attack Mrs. Otto Ohm of the Fairville neighborhood is recovering from a severe heart attack suffered last week. The children were called home Tuesday evening, and tho daughter-in-law, Mrs. Martin Ohm of Rolfe remained to take care of her. Clydine Alrhart of Clarion spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Stevens. Mrs. Mary Mlttag spent last week with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meyer and family. Mrs. Arnold Klatt went to Algona last week Tuesday evening to care for her sister, Mrs. Raymond Funk, who Is ill. Miss Lillian Hlgley of Algona came last week Wednesday and visited until Sudnay with her sis- tre, Mrs. Mike Besch, Jr. Sidney Humphrey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Humphrey spent last week with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Miller at Ringsted. Mrs. W. J. Welsbrod and daughter, Florence, Mrs, Don Welsbrod and daughters, Anna Rae and Marilyn and Mrs. J. A- Schwartz spent Friday with Mrs. J. T. Snyder at Alta. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gill and daughter, Shirley Mae, attended the funeral of Mr. Gill's uncle, Charles Howland, 77, which was held on Thursday in Humboldt with burial at Manson. Mr. and Mrs. Lars Finnestad nnd their daughter, Mrs. Attle Sjostrum, the latter of Minneapolis and the Flnnestad's granddaughter, Faith Finnestad spent last week Tuesday and Wednesday at Savannah, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Olson of Marengo, and Lillian and Gladys Olson of Spencer visited last week at the E. W. Ruske home. Mr. and Mrs. MJSBY'S In Business 26 Years , , WE SALUTE PROGRESS AND WATERMELON DAYS As one <if Algoim'K Okk-st Business Finns, may we extend a personal invitation to you to attend. TRY LUSBY'S FOUNTAIN Ice Cream made in our own plant, in a variety of flavors SODAS SUNDAES MALTEDS Soft Drinks Ice Cream WE'LL BE LOOKING FOR YOU ON PROGRESS DAYS SPECIAL COLGATE DEALS Deal No. 1 1 Colgate Dental Cream 20c 1 Cashmere Bouquet Soap lOc 2 Perfume Soap lOc iOc Free We bottle Gardenia Cologne, 90o value, all for 4Oc Deal No. 2 8 cakes Perfumed Soap 38c Free 60c bottle Gardenia Cologne, tfOc value, all for 39c Deal No. 3 1 Colgate Shave Cream 33c Free BOc bottle Gardenia Cologne, 80c value, all for 39c Or Make Up Your Own Deals of 37c or more and get the free Cologne. Deal No. 4 3 Cashmere Bouquet Soaps 25o 1 Cashmere Bouquet Talcum ... I5c iOc Free 50c bottle Gardenia Cologne, t)0c value, all for 4Oe THESE PRICES WILL BE GIVEN FOR LIMITED TIME ONLY—SO GET YOURS RIGHT NOW LUSBY'S Drug and Jewelry Store CORWITH MAN'S RELATIVE DIES Corwlth: John Babcock received word last week of the death of his uncle. Dick Durbln, at Milaca, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Babcock and family, Mr. nnd Mrs. Clark Klley and Mrs. C. M. Babcock of Stilson left en Monday evening of last week for Minnesota, to attend the funeral which was held the following Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Durbin was 78 years of age. Miss Eleanor Johnson of Mason City visited Thursday at the home of her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. David Johnson. Mrs. Clinton Strand and son, Don. of Rockford, 111., arc visiting at tho home of her parents, Mr. an-1 Mrs. Frank Bunting. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Zuehl are the parents of n daughter born on Tuesday, August 2nd. They have two other children, both sons. Miss Dorothy Grucnwnld, nivl friend, Stewart Holmes of Boone. visited last week Sunday at the home of her parents. Mr, and Mrs J. P. Gruenwnld. Dorothy is employed at Boone. Robert Given', brother of Mrs. Karl W. G. Killer and friend, Mrs. Hood of Philadelphia, Pa., came last weke for a visit at the Hiller homo They accompanied the Rev. and Mrs. Hiller to Lake Okoboji, where they will spend a few days at the Hiller cottage. LU VERNE MAN JOURNEYS EAST LuVerne: A. L. Look, Lu Verne's veteran mail carrier, left Thursday morning via Ames for a visit to his old home at Amboy, N. V., anil to attend a reunion of the Look family at Williamstown, N. Y., Saturday. He plans to attend the New York state fair while there. Mr..Look Is much interested in fruits, rorn unit tmall grains as well as live stock and will compare the products there with Iowa products. He is at present superintendent of the grain department of the Kossuth county fair and has won many premiums at the Iowa state fair on his farm produce. WESLEYCATHOLIC CLUB INVITED BY CLEAR hAKE CLUB Wesley: The Clear Lake court of the Catholic Daughters of America invited the members of the Wesley court to attend the annual meet- Ing of the Inter-district group which wns held Monday August 15, at the Lake Shore hotel at Clear Lake. A SO cent luncheon was served nt one o'clock, followed by a program nnd general discussion. Move fo Atgona Mr. nnd Mrs. H. D. Emry and fnmlly movtd to Algonn Thursday, where he was to begin his duties on the Barry recreation parlors on Monday, Aug. 15. Infant Christened The baby boy born to Mr. an-l Mrs. Bernard Arndorfer at the Gen hospital in Algona last week has been named Jerrold Robert. | Olson are Mrs. Ruske's uncle and aunt and! Lillian and Gladys are her cousins. Mrs. R. C. Goetsch, Mrs. J. A. Mueller and daughter, Virginia Ruth, Mrs. Frank Eigler and daughter, Mary Jane and Geneva Glaus ' autoed to Alta, Thursday and spent the day with the Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Snyder, former Fenton residents They returned home the same evening. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Newel and son, Lyle, daughter Lavonne and Shirley Frank autoed to Fort Des Moines, Wednesday where they spent the day with their son, Harold who began active duty as second lieutenant In the army on July 5. Enroute home Wednesday afternoon the party stopped at Iowa State College, Ames, to make preparations for Lyle to enter college this fall. They returned homo that evening. Mrs. Mike Besch, Jr., of Fenton acompanied her sister, Mrs. Harold McDonnell of Whittemore tc Emmetsburg Wednesday morning tc attend the funeral of their uncle Frank Brennan, 49, held at the Assumption Catholic church. Mr Brennan died Monday, after suffering several months with high blood pressure. He is survived by his wife, the former Josephine Hlg- ley, and a son, Pat Brennan, 10 years old. Attend Jubilee The Mesdames Oliver Young, Ernest Hutchison, Frank Nash, Wilbur Fisher and Alfred Nelson attended the Odd Fellow and Rebekah Jubilee at Clear Lake Thursday and Friday of last week. Leave* for S, Dakota Fldells Skow left Sunday morn- Ign by train for Beresford, S. D., where she will visit with friends. Wesley Visitor Leave* Mrs. W. R. Carroll returned to her home Sunday, Aug. 7th, after making a two weeks visit with her daughter, Mrs. R. K. Richardson. Her son, George Carroll, drovu down for her Saturday. Mary Ellen Bottom was visiting relatives In Esthervllle last week. Mrs. Joe Wesson of Sparta, Wis., visited Friday of last week at the R. C. Bauer home. FENCING COSTS SLASH ED XWtt ELECTRIC FENCER nnv, with »M»7inr, fnix nivrnrrn Now buQd a stock tight fence as low an $10.00 per mile. One strand of used barbed wire on light stakes holds them like •teel and concrete. A tremendous saving. Safe six-volt batteries last many month* and give sting that stops them. Call for demonttration HOBARTON CO-OPERATIVE ELEVATOR 18 EOW-tf Julius Stuiior Is driving: n IMS Chevrolet purchased from the W'e«- ly Auto Co.. Inst Tuesday. Mrs. Ivan Mullln nnd two children of Irvington spent several dnys last week nt the Vce Mullin home. Mabel, Helen nnd Louis Kent nnd Mrs. Katherlne Downs left Thursday for Illinois to visit relatives. Mr 1 *. Cnrl .Westerganrd of Fort Dodge and daughter Florence of Ames spent Monday of last week nf the Wester home. At the Belmoml celebration on Tuesday afternoon the Wcsl«y Tigers nosed out Garner 8 to 7 in an eleven Inning game. Ida Young came from Mason City last week nnd will spend the remainder of the summer at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Young. The August Grendlers of Armstrong are parents of a dmiKiitrr horn Saturday of Inst wee''. Mrs. Grendler was formerly Josephine Girres. Dennis Studer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Studer of Mason City, returned to his home Wednesday night after spending four weeks visiting at the Alf Stuiler home. Dr. Richardson had as visitors Monday his father. R. L. Richnrdsnn of niooming Prairie, Minn., a sister, Mrs. Luclle Mather of Keswirk. Iowa, and nephew. Ronald Shafer of Rocky Ford, Colo. Kr. and Mrs. C. W. Kreger of Keota. parents of Mrs. H. D. Emry and Mrs. Clone Curren of Daven"port, Mrs. Emry's sister, rnme hero Monday for a week's visit. Kregor Emry came home with them. M.« bad spent 'nc past five weeks visiting his grandparents. Dorothy Sraberg nf Clark. R. D.. who had been visiting 'lor brother, George, spent last Tuer.dny to "ntur- day at the .lnrgen Skmv home. Her sister. Evelyn, came Saturday evening .from Iowa City where sli>> h.ici just received her doctors degree, ami Is visiting nt the home of her brother. 200 Lb. Deer Seen Near Swea City Swea City: A ileer was seen a mile north of Swea City Monday afternoon. Cassia Anderson and Young Fagerlund, driving along the road, wore the first to see the animal, which was in the ditrh beside the road. It ran along the rond then across and jumped the fence into the pasture of Andrew tlhr. The news soon spread, nnd several people went out to see it. The deer seemed at home in the pasture ami went near the horses, but the sight of popolp drove it from the pasture into the corn fields, and It was last seen (at the time of this writing' in the rorn field of Andrew Uhr near thr Harrison cemetery. It is salt! to be about four f?r>t high and to weigh probably 200 pounds. pllflllllllllllllllllllllillllillllllH I HERE'S TO REAL PROGRESS A HOME of YOUR OWN Call us and we will gladly help you build your home. Our plans and equipment are the latest. We can also help you arrange the finance at a very nominal rate. Pay for your dream home with the money you are now paying out in rent. Consult our architect, he is at your service. ' Now Is the Time To Build ! Botsford Lumber Co* I I Phone 256 ALGONA, IOWA Jim Pool, Mgr. | • • iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiu n nnnanana an aaannnnnnaun n ; i . BM ^am tumm asm mm mm I Dr. A. J. Eason has sold hia home to Albert Schneider and expects to move to Algona the latter part of September. The doctor has been practicing dentistry here the past 14 years and has enjoyed a good business. P. H. Russel of Clark, S. D., came Wednesday for an extended stay at the home of his sister, Mrs. Myra Peitzke. He was accompanied by Frank Mills, also of Clark, who was driving to Cresco for a visit with relatives. ' Mrs. Flora Raney accompanied I her son. Forrest, and a group of friends from Reinbeck to Cass Lake, 1 Minn., for a ten day vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Grover Rentz visited Mr. and Mrs. Tjram Nerem south of Hardy. Sunday. Mrs. Nerem was Florence Lund. Mrs. May Spooner, Mr. and Mrs Maynard Spooner and son, Donald, of Fort Dodge and Dr. and Mrs. D wight Spuoner of Milwaukee were LuVerne visitors Thursday. They were enroute home from Forest City, where they had attended a family reunion. Arthur Diekoff and little daughter, Gene, Detroit, Mich., are here on business and for a visit with old friends. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Miller. Oklahoma City. Okla., who are visiting her parents, the Dr. and Mrs. P. V. Junse. AlKona. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will Biggings Wednesday evening. I mo -mr. u a a - a aa a a.a aa aa a Executors' Sale of REAL ESTATE The undersigned Executors will sell at public auction to the highest bidder: Tbe Southeast Quarter (SE.j) of Section 25; The North Half (NA) of the Northeast Quarter (NEj) of Section 36; The East Half (EA) of the Northwest Quarter (NW.J) of Section 25; The West Half (WA) of the Southeast Quarter (SEj) of Section 24; all in Township 95 North, Range 28, West of the 5th P. M., Kossuth county, Iowa, known as the Harig Estate land, on Friday, Aug. 19, 1938 * AT 2:00 P.M. on the building site located on the West Half (WA) of the Southeast Quarter (SEJ) of Section 24, Township 95 North, Range 28, being 4 miles South and A mile west of Sexton, Iowa; 1 mile west, 1 mile south and A. mile west of St. Benedict, Iowa; 6 A miles east and 3 miles south of Algona, Iowa. IMPROVEMENTS: Two complete sets of improvements; all good black soil, good wells and water; all located on good gravel road. TERMS: Ten per cent on day of sale and when contract is signed by successful bidder; balance in cash in 60 days and upon approval of Abstract and approval of Court. Free and clear of all liens and encumbrances except leases for 1938 to be assigned to purchaser. Land will be offered first in 40-acre tracts, and then in any combination less than the whole, and then offered as a whole. JOSEPH HARIG, PHILIP KOHLHAAS, Executors of the Jacob Harig Estate • • | Mi I ^a am K3 & ES •am innnnnn nnn.n n DHH n nn n nonoonnon

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