The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 30, 1938 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 30, 1938
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algeria, Iowa, Aug. 30,1938 TEACHES LEAVE SWEA CITY TO RESUME WORK Swea City: This week and next will see the end of the summer vacation for a number of teachers and college students who spend the summer months with their parents l»r«. A number have recently re- terned from summer study and travel. Wendell Eckholm, who teaches in grades, seven, eight and nine at West Burlington, spent MX weeks at the University of Southern California. His cousin, Effie Eckholm, also pursued summer study at the same school and will return to her 19th year of work in the Des Molnes grade schools. Naomi Hewitt has spent twelve weeks at the University cf Iowa summer session and will assume her new position In the primary department at Cedar Rapids this fall. Esther Smith did nine weeks of graduate study In voice and pub- THIRD ANNUAL , BEEF CATTLE SHOW ffi FORT DODGE [SEPT. e- ?• s- 9 Afternoon and Evening lie school muic at Drake University this summer and will return to her high school position at Corwlth. Geneva and Lucille Berg have been employed In Minneapolis during the summer months. •'Geneva will teach primary grades at Rockwell this year and Lucille will return to Buena Vista College for her fourth year of work. Other teachers Who will return to their school duties soon are Minnie Looft, Fort Dodge; Bernfce Smith, Ledyard; Alpha Simmons and Vivian Fagerlund, Ringsted, Darlene Kesler, Dows; Thomas Hanifnn, Jr., Bancroft, and Edith Dahl, Fenton. McCrarys Move Mr and Mrs. Walter McCrary and baby, Margaret, moved last Friday to Buffalo Center after spending the summer here with his mother. Mrs. Jennie McCrary. Walter begins his third year as commercial Instructor In the high school there, this week Monday. Church Redecoratton Begins Work on the redecoratlon of the Baptist church interior began last Tuesday when a group of men of the congregation began the cleaning and repairing of the basement classrooms. Monford Peterson will paper and varnish the auditorium and the upstairs classrooms at an early date. The Henry Johnsons are enjoying a visit from his two nephews and a niece of Madrid. Lee Hillsten and his cousin, Clair Uhr. son of the Selmer Uhrs, had their tonsils removed at the Kossuth hospital last week Saturday. Miss Opal McCrary returned to St. Paul Monday after a three weeks' vacation from htr dtttks as assistant surgirpl supervisor at the Midway hospital there. S. T. Evans of Minneapolis spent several days -here last week look- Ing after business Interests. The Evanses are former Swea Cltyans, who retired a number of years ago. C. G. Dourte reports the sale of the Henry Crosley half-section in Eagle township owned by the Travelers' Life Insurance company, to a party at Graettinger. The price was not stated. 6 COR WITH HIGH GRADUATES TO Cowrlth-Falrvlewr Six of the Corwlth high school's graduation class of 1938 are planning to attend college or have already taken up work for an advanced education. Miss Bonnie Barracks will leave on September 4 fbr Sioux City where she will enter the St Vincent hospital for a course In nurse's training. Misses Betty Scace and Elizabeth Oxley leave this week for Des Molnes where they will take a business course at the American Institute of Business. John Stull, who has been employed at Iowa City, during the summer mnoths, will enter the State University of Iowa this fall. Margaret Bunting will enter the State Teachers College at Cedar Falls and Ardelle Hauptman left August 1st for Fort Dodge where she will take a beauty culture course. Swea Cltyans Visit Mrs. Kenneth Conway and son, Bobby of Swea City, visited last week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Studer. Mr. nnd Mrs. Otto Wllle of West Fairvlew were surprised last week when their cousin, James Johnson and wife and three children came from Racine, Wls., for a few days' visit. Martys Build Bam A new barn is being erected at the Adam Marty farm. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Studer and family live on the place. More Sleeping Sickness A new case of sleeping sickness Is reported at the Dick Studer farm. Return from Visit Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Thompson returned home last week from Morristown, Ohio, where they spent six weeks visiting with friends and relatives. The Misses Florence and Thelma Hash left last week Sunday for Cedar Falls where they will attend Iowa State Teachers College for the coming year. Mrs. Millard Evans and baby daughter. Sharon Kay. returned last We3nesday from the General hospital at Algona. Miss Sadie Brown is assisting at the Evans home. Grandma Penton, who had been making her home with her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Arthur Penton, passed away Thursday of last week." The body was taken to Clear Lake on Saturday, where funeral services were held, •>:. _ of I NOW YOU CAN BUY A FIRESTONE GUM-DIPPED TIRE AS LOW AS RlGHT now when you use your car more than at any odier season of the year — when you -want and Deed greater protection against blowouts, punctures and skidding—Firestone provides this three-way safety at NEW LOW PRICES. Now that it costs so little to make your car TIRE-SAFE car owners everywhere should replace dangerously worn tires with NEW, SAFE Firestone Gum-Dipped Tires, built with these patented and exclusive construction features: Gum-Dipping, the Firestone patented process by which every fiber of every cord in every ply is saturated with liquid rubber, counteracts tire-destroying internal friction and heat which ordinarily cause blowouts. Nine extra pounds of rubber are added to every 100 pounds of cord. Two Extra Layers of Gum-Dipped Cords under the tread, another patented Firestone construction feature, protect against punctures. Scientifically Designed Non-Skid Tread made of tough slow-wearing rubber, assures •afer stops and longer non-skid mileage. With the low first cost, the extra safety and the long mileage of Firestone Convoy tires, you can no longer afford to take chances on unsafe tires. Join the Firestone Save-A-Life Campaign today by equipping your car with a »et of new Firestone Convoy Tires — the safest tires that money can buy at these low prices. IMRMORE BOY CUTS FOOT BADLY Livermore: Dean Cameron, 8, sol of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Cameron met with a painful accident Friday when he cut his foot while playing near the Archie Wilson meat market. The boy met up with some broken tile, severing a deep gash In his foot that barely missed the tendon. The boy ble dfrofusely. and was rushed to the local doctor who save him medical aid. Dean is nhout town, but with n Hurt People Move Into New Home* Burt: Several families have moved or ore moving this week. The A. F. Carters moved into the old Owen house. The Joe Htgglns family moved into the nouse vacated by them and the E. ft. Paines are moving Into the house vacated by them which they bought some time ago. The Elbert Sewicks have moved into Mrs. Ida Kuchenreuther's house. The J. G. Bewicks, are moving in with Mrs. Laura Sewick and the Dr. B. K. Bahnsons are moving Intft the Ryerson house, in -which the Sewicks have been living. Receives Degree Gardner Patterson came home n week ago Saturday from Ann Arbor, Michigan, where he received his B. A. degree. He took a pre-law course and this year will teach econmica in the university there. Undergoes Operation Letha Olson had a growth removed from her nose at the Mason City hospital last Wednesday. She and her mother remained at the hospital until Friday when Mr. Olson went after them. Milwaukee Folks Leave* Mr. and Mrs. Albert Manus. and little daughter left Saturday for their home In Milwaukee. W(s.. after spending nearly two weeks with Albert's parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Manus. Edwin Manus whose orchestra was playing at Clear Lake also spent a day or two at home. Methoist Picnic The members of the Methodtat Junior Sunday School and mothers and the teachers had a picnic Thursday afternoon at the little park back of the light plant Mr. and Mrs. George Koestler, Jr., are parents of a son born on Thursday, Aug. 29. Mrs. Frank Potter, Sioux City, visited last week at the home of her niece, Mrs. F. L. Pratt Mrs. M. I. Lichter went to Emmetsburg Friday to spend a few days with her parents. Richard Smith was surprised on Thursday when 11 boys came to help him celebrate his birthday. The Birthday circle met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Tressie Ringsdorf. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Belle Reynolds. Mrs. Chester Sill and little daughter of Galbralth, came Thursday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Paine, and assist them with moving. The sewing circle met with Mrs. M. L. Vinaas on Thursday afternoon. On Friday afternoon the Foit- nlghtly club met at the R. S. John home. Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Dremmel and grandchildren. Donald and Marine Dremmel, went to Prarie du Chlen, Wls., Friday, to spend a few days with relatives. Mrs. Herman tteitzel left last Tuesday with the Lemuel and Hugh Marlows for a visit with the Ben Marlows at RedHeld, S. D., and with the Rufus Marlows at Sebeka, Minn. FORMER SWEA CITYANWES IN MANKATOJ1NN. Swea City: Old friends in this community Wfete grieved to hear of the death of Mrs. Ole Stangeland, a former Swea Cityan who died curly Wednesday morning at a Mari- kato hopltal. Mrs. Stangeland underwent an operation for ruptured appendix August 15 and was at first thought to be making a satisfactory recovery but complications set in which led to her death. She was 60 years of age and was born Mary Uhr, in Lee county, Hi. She was married In Illinois to Peter Bergeson and moved to a farm near Swea City about 35 years ago. Mr. Bergeson was killed by a train in 1910, and a few years later his widow married Ole Stangeland. They farmed in Swea township until 1920, then moved to Delevan, Minn. Funeral arrangements had been made at this writing with services to be held at two o'clock Saturday afternoon at tmmanuel Lutheran church here with Rev. R. C. Swanson and a minister from Mrs. Stangeland's church at Delevan, officiating. Burial will be made in Harrison township cemetery beside her first husband. Besides her husband, Mrs. Stangeland is survived by three sisters and two brothers, Mrs. Jennie Seward, Delevan; Mrs. Birdie Arvlg, Los Angeles; Colonel Uhr, Muscatlne; Grant yhr, Wlnnebago; and Arthur Uhr, Los Angeles, all of whom were expected to come for the funeral. Swea City relatives include an uncle, Andrew Uhr, several cousins, and Ed Bergeson and Mrs. W. O. Nelson, to both of whom the deceased was a sister-in-law. The American Legion Auxiliary held its annual cradle roll picnic in Reynolds Park last Tuesday afternoon. A good crowd was present. Dr. and Mrs. I. W. Steiner and daughter, Susan of Winona, Minn., spent Monday with the Geo. K. Nelsons here. Mrs. Steiner is Mr. Nelson's sister. Roy Bravender, Jr., and D. W. Fults, Jr., entertained two fraternity brothers from S. U. I at their homes here last week. The young men were Robert Swirg of Trif»lt and tHek With of Shell Rock. Mrs. Anna Larson and her broO»« Myron Johnson and his sons Wallace and Maurice, together With Mrs. Theodore •on RlChftfd, toMHttft Wth fjkk« a. D., and feh thii *l*< peeled td remftm ** rtght*«*ing Organize Campfire Girls, Boy Scouts In Armstrong Area \ 4.50-20 bandaged foot, and he is riding in- Armstrong: Twenty girls met on stead of walking. He has orders to August 17t h with Mrs. L. E. Siabn stay off the foot for some time. A recently organized club known as the "Pinochle club'' held its meeting Thursday at the home of Alice Madson. when a pleasant afternoon was spent. The members of this new club includes Mesdnmes Florence Tuttle. Amelia Hoffman. Libbie Brown. Alice Madsen. Cyltie Roepke, Atcie Smith. Mary Hoffman and Margaret Reiter. Mary Hoffman won the prize. A lunch was served by the hostess. In a business deal transacted recently Jess Franklin sold two building lots to George Robbins. The lots are located in the south part of town. Mr. Robbins is already at work clearing and preparing to tile the ground so that it will have proper drainage. He expects 10 build a home there, but it will probably not be completed before spring, as he intends doing most of the wo^k himself, as he is both carpenter and painter. 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 nnd nround 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 Back to School With Clothes from MISBACH'S Boys' LONG PANTS 1.95 TO'2.48 OVERALL PANTS 79c 89c Boy's Shirts 69c and 79c Ties25c SWEATERS 'IJSan/2-45 Collegiate Lounging Robes '3.85/6.85 Suitcases and Gladstones '1.19/6.85 Laundry Mailing Cases for the away from home student $1.45 MISBACH'S ill! >>:-, Seneca Threshers Entertain Tuesday Seneca: Charles Jacobson entertained hiH threshing crew and their families at an ice cream party at the Fred Jensen home Tuesday evening. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Art Paulsen and Glenn, Mr. and Mrs, George Wolf and family. Mr. and Mrs. Marinus Nielsen and daughters and Carl Olsen. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lee and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Olausson and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Richard-i Mr. and Mrs. Jens Petersen and family. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Woodbeck and family and Mr. and Mrs Will McKibbons. to complete a Campfire organize tion. It as decided to divide the girls into two groups. The junl- ior high group taking in the seventh, eighth and ninth grades and and the senior group from the tontn to the twelfth grade. The following officers were chosen: president. Marilyn Knipe; vice president. Kathryn Whitlow; secretary. Kathryn Tokheinv. treasurer, Helen Ortmeyer; secretary of honor, Irma Wolders. Officers of the senior high group; president, Francis Horswell; vice preaident, Corene Miller; secretary, Margaret Wolders; treasurer, Alice Camden; secretary of honor, Rose Ellen Whitlow. A boy scout organization has been rrmpietei] unt'er the leadership of Mi n .11 Sparks. The first meeting crn i sted of tea passing. preliniin- ry drills and plans for futur6 act- y drills and plan:> for future iict- vities. Meetings are to be held every Thursday evening ;u eight o'clock t the Presbyterien church. Members of ih ,• Boy Scouts arc: McClintock. Grv.lle Khiuley, Jan ell Dotson. Gene McClintock, larley Hoeck, Sheldon Mf-rril), Clarence Shipley, Wm. Irwin, W.iyne Wolfe, Warren I^affey, Ray and Dale Youngberg and Frances Fitz- gibbona. Look at these LOW PRICES FIRESTONE CONVOY FOR CARS AND TRUCKS 4.50-21 *7.9O 4.75-19 8. 1$ 5-00-19 8.8O $.25-17 *9>2S 5.25-18 9.65 5.50-17 1O.45 6.00.16 *J1.8O 6.25-16 13.15 6.50-16 14.5O ^y^jy^fl^nJy^fl^S^w^j^ffi^S/^^^ff^^gi^q^trifj LIFETIME GUARANTEE Every tire of our manufacture, bearing our name »nd ftertal number, t* guaranteed by u* lu DC free from defect* in workiiunthip and material, without limit a» to lime or mileage, and to t^ve Mii»ftfktury service under tiurmal operaliii|£ lundiliottk. If our e&dinina(iuit fcliuv** thai any (ire hai failed under the ternu of lhi« guarantee, MC MI!) either repair the tire or wake ari allow anve on the pur thaw: of • new tire. ™ Tn^ TJT ljjT~7jjf 7C^ T^ TJ^TBTTIP id*'TOT TO^ HS^TIV" TSS* '',,< Birthday Club Meet* The Birthday club met at the Marinus Nielsen home Tuesday aft ernoon and helped Mrs Nielsen celc brate her birthday. Mrs. Eula Wil liamson and Ruby Paulsen were th hostesses. Returns from Mallard Alyce Olscn returned home Tuesday evening from 01 week' BACK TO SCHOOL NEEDS Portland Woman At Swea Reunion Swea City: Members of the Swea City high school class of 1932 held a reunion and picnic dinner at Rey nolds Park a week ago Sunday Eleven of the 26 graduates were abk to be present. Out of town members included Lawrence Helmke Ren wick; Mrs. Edward Peterson Forest City, and Frances Kuchynka Portland, Oregon. visit with relative" near Mallard. and friends Listen to ... 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Duane Camp bell worked in the Seneca bton during their absence. We have NO many thhiKK whlrli every (school child need* to muke going? hack to school more fun and to make studies simplified. Check thta list with your child's needs—then come and liuj at our thrifty prices. Every Item we hare lias been approved hj educational authorities. SWEA CITY NEWS A Webster City firm is installing an oil burner in the Mrs. Anna Griffith home. Ervin Ed, small son of the Roy Valvicks, deserved his seventh birthday on August 20. A birthday dinner was given by hia mother with Mr. and Mrs. Benny Johnson of Fort Dodge as guests. Donald Nelson returned home last Monday .'ro.ii a week's visit with the Walter B'.via family at Elgin. His parents drove down after him and also brought home Misses Minnie and Amanda Looft, who had been visiting at Clermont. llrlef (•»»*•» In hlngle, doable, and triple net-lion*. Priced from $2.00 Fitted pencil boxen, In- eluding pen*, erasers and crayon*. 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