The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 30, 1938 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 30, 1938
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Alejona, Iowa, Aug 30,1038 « e v«*d. with Mrs. M. 0. Bourne, Mon«lay. MMtawfc Mulligan of Whitfe- aiore was A Sunday dinner guest of :ii*r frlena, Jessie Smith. fetft. Mabel Olson and little daughter, Patsy, spent the week end with relatives In Fort Dodge. Darlene Schrader of Aberdeen, South Dakota, arrived Thursday for a Visit with Shirley Vinson. jMf. *nd Mn. Bert Galbralth and l¥m. Galbralth returned Saturday »om a trip to the Black Hills. .'Dr. 3. B. Winkcl, Frank Capcslns And Bill Dodds attended the Iowa State Fair at Des Moines, Monday ' Alice Kain entertained Margaret Donnelly and Helen McNamara cf CeKalb, 111., during the past week. Tues-Wed. Aug. 30 31 Extended Run Tyrone Power Alice Faye "ALEXANDER'S RAGTIME BAND" Thurs. Thru Sat,, Sept. 1-3 THEY CLEAN UP A TOWN! ...AMP DISK THEIR NBCKS IN THE •AAOAINI Pcrond Feature "Oanxrr on the Air- Also Fifthting Devil Doe Serial Mr. and Mrs, Jr. W. Little are spending several days this week attending the state fair at Dea Moines. Mr». Will Cornford of Lynch- neld, Nebr., is visiting her mother, Mrs. Lewis Baker, here for two week*. Mr. and Mr*. F. 3. Lalng and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey returned today (Tuesday) from a fishing trip in northern Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs! John Storm were week end guests of Mr. Storm's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Storm at Trenton, Mo. Omega McOrath and Bernlce Storm returned Thursday from Lake Okoboji, where they had been vacationing since Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Walluknit and children returned from a week's trip through northern Minnesota and Fort Francis, Ontario, Canada. Edmund Canestaft, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Capesius, underwent an appendectomy at the General hospital, Friday. He is making a speedy recovery. Mrs. S. D. Wilson returned, Sunday from Titonka, where she visited her son, John. Mr. and Mrs. Vaughan Rising also spent Sunday visiting there. Mrs. W. C. McDougall and son, Bob, went to Mason City, Tuesday morning, where she will spend a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tubbesing. Mrs. G. I* Vohs attended a piano recital at the home of Mrs. Ben McFarland at West Bend. Saturday. Mrs. Vohs, granddaughter, Janice Vohs, played In the recital. Edmund Cullen, of Algona left today (Tuesday) for JJeaver Dam, Wisconsin, where he began preliminary work for the Malleable Steel Range and Stove Company, Mr. and Mrs. Hjalmer Rosewall and sons. Charles and Richard of Blue Enrth. Minnesota, were Sunday jtuosts at the home of the former's mother. Mrs. Marie Rosewall. Bernard Yopinan has been irans- ferrcil from th» local Gamble store to Marshnlltown. where he will hold K position in the Gamble warehouse. Mr. Yooman will leave Wednesday. A son, uHgliiiiR nine pounds and four ounces, urts born at the Kossuth hospital. Sunday. August 2, to Mr. nnd Mrs. Donald Cook. The baby has been named Terry Ray. and is the second son "of Mr. and Mrs. Cook. .Mrs. W. I.. Martin received word that her mother, Mrs. George Bell, 7 years of age. of Jamestown. North Dakota, hnd fallen and broken her hip. Mrs. Bell is a former resident of Algona. nnd has spent the past three summers here with her daughter. Washed and Greased Veedol — Quaker State — Enarco Oils • TYPOL GAS Willard Battery Service v Uring your car in today—With each* wash and grease job we vacuum the interior of the car free of charge. Hoenk Motor Service \Vcst i if Court House Phone :',!>! TIL. IToonk USED MACHINERY TRUCKS AND CARS Ktto ('hcvrolct truck. LWK A-l shape 11»2J) Model A Ford Coach lira Ford V -8 LWB truck with grain box MACHINERY F-12 Fannall tractor. Excellent condition F-20 Fannall tractor. Regular Fannall tractor 10-20 McConnick-Deerug tractor 15-30 McCWinick-Dcering tractor. John Deere :M»ottom 14" tractor plow John Deere 2-hottom M" traetor plow. Mc('orilliek-Dcerill'4 .'i-hottoin 1 {" plow. McTWniick-Deerini: '•"•'" '-inder with conveyor huiidle carrier and tongue truck. McCormick-Deering Store F.a.-l State Street Al-'ona. Iowa X'OOOOOOOOvOvwvv Luggage Luggage LUGGAGE A Big New Shipment Just Arrived Tin' v»-iy thin"; for school this fall --a matched set. There j.s a piece of Sampson LiiUfiaf,'*- for every ami mode of travel. See this outstanding Hue of luggage at our store Madson & Hanson . Mr.*Mtd Mrs. Fern Drone are the parents of a daughter born last week, Monday. It. W. Mnter returned Monday from Chicago, where he had been since Friday on business. Mr. arid MM. Elmer Phillips are home from a trip to Denver, Colorado, during the past week. Mr. and Mm. O. E. Haynes are enjoying a vlalt from their son, Carl, who Is located in Peorla, III. .fames Mnrtagh spent the week end at Mason City attending the Young Democrats convention. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Morrell are pending this week at their cottage near Pine River, Minn. "Teresa Duffy of San Francisco, California, is visiting her brother, M. J. Duffy and family here for a month. Mrs. Mae Grappote of San Antonio, Texas, is making an extended visit with her sister, Mrs. S. E. McMahon. Mr. and Mrs. Marry Crawford and family, of Kansas City, Mo., were visitors last week at the Frank L. Miller home. Lorraine Coonan of EmmefaburK left for Des Moines, Saturday morning, after a few days visit here with her sister, Mrs. M. J. Streit. Mrs. Ralph Carpenter of Iowa City arrived Monday for a week's visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McMahon. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Holmes of Evanston, Illinois, were guests Saturday at the home of the former's cousin, T. H. Holmes, Sr. Mrs. Eva Delm and son, John, and Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Johnson spent Sunday In Des Moines. where they attended the Iowa State Fair. C. B. Martin and son, S. D. Martin of Danville, Kentucky, spent the past week end visiting the former's brother, W. L. Martin and family. Mm. E. V. Worley and Uttle son went to Des Moines last week for n visit with her parents. Mr. Worley will go after them the last of this week. Mr. and Mrs. George F. Free of Garner were Friday evening guests at the homes of the former's mother. Mrs. George H. Free, and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice McMahon. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meyer of Bonaparte, Iowa, were week end guests of Dr. and Mrs. S. W. Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meyer are an uncle nnd aunt of Dr. Meyer. Mm. Richard Schmitz and son, Peter, left Tuesday Uoday) for their home in Storm Lake after visiting Mr. Schmitz's parents. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McMahon for a week. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Dubol of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, visited from Tuesday until Saturday at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Pierce. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Hanson and son, Leonard of Minneapolis, arrived Friday and were guests until Sunday with another son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hanson. Mr: and Mrs. W. A. Vigars and daughter, Margaret, rfire enjoying a ten day vacation trip visiting relatives and friends In the Twin Cities They are expected home Wednesday. Mr. and Mn. Fr«4 Geigcl took their daughter, Georga Ann. to Cushlng. Iowa. Saturday morning where she will begin her teaching duties in the Cushing schools during the coming year. Mrs. R. E. McMahon and dniiRli ters, Dorothy and Kathleen of Min neapolis visited from Monday until Friday with Mrs. McMahon's mint Mrs. Nellie AfcMahon and with oth cr Algonn relatives. Lola DrerMimn left Sunday foi Des Moine.s for a few days preparatory to resuming her teaching then this fall. She will be back the las: of the -.veck to be with her father C. C. Dreosman who is ill. Dick Runrhpy, son of Mr. anil Mrs. Ellis Runchey of Clarion, former Algona residents, returned to his home after spending the sum mer vcaation with his uncle. Will iam, farmer in Cresco tonwship. Mr. and Mi*. Elliott Skllling and daughter, Elizabeth, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Skilling and son, Donald, left Thursday for a two week.-i' trip to Banners Ferry, Idaho, to visit at the Robert Spurgeon home. Eldon Linddtroni, accompanied by Richard LaForge of Iowa Falls went on a business trip to Rockford. III. They were guests at the home of the latter's brother. John LaForge from Tuesday until Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Keith, E. P. Keith and Mrs. Ira Kohl, dfove to Waterloo. Wednesday to visit Mrs. Stanley Larson, daughter of the Stanley Keith's. Mrs. Larson will be remembered as Kathryn Keith. Mr. unit Mr*. Don Mrrtz and their ilaugher. Donna Dru of Cherokee, arrived Sunday at the home of Mrs. Murtz' mother. Mrs John Oaughlin. Don returned Sunday evening, and Mrs. Mcrt/ mid Donna Dru rcniiiin od for a week's visit. An fit; lit pound son uu.s born ta Mr and Mrs. Paul Kurtz of Fort M;idi.ion. August 18. The baby was iiiimed John Lindsey. Mrs. Kui-tz will be remembered as Ruth Kriek- cnbaum. commercial teacher in the Algona high school. MrH. Anna I'hlendorf left Sunilay nifjlit for Ossian, Iowa, where »h<> will visit at HIP M. ,1. Klein Iiouie for a few days before returning to her homo in Chicago. Mrs Uhien dorf spent the-summer visiting with her daughter. Mrs. Dennis Ooeders. Mr. and .Mrs. Harold Clayton visited Mrs. Clayton's parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Walters at Stanwood. Iowa, last week from TUBS day until Saturday, and attended the wedding of her sister. Antoinette. Jimmy Clayton, their two month:; old son, stayed with Mrs. V. M. Persons. Helen, Betty and Harold Streit of Chicago and Catherine Streit of Los Angeles are guests at the home of their aunt. Miss Mary Streit and art also visiting other Aigona relatives and friends. Arthur McGinnis, a friend of Harold, and also of Chicago, visited several days in the Streit home here. Sir. uud Mr*. W. A. Peterson and son. Bob of Des Moinea, and Mr. and Mrs. Vein Rawley of Perry, were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Morck. The women are sisters. Mrs. Morck's mother. Mrs. Mary Anderson, who has been visit- Ing here th« past two weeks, ret urn- ed to her home in Des Moinea with Mr. and Mrs. Peterson. Mr. and Mn. L. E. Linnan arc vacationing this week in northern Minnesota and. points in Canada. Alice Pay»c had her tonsils removed at the Mercy hospital in Mason City the first of the week. Mr». Elmer Benson and daughters, Jane and Jean of Manty were guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chet Williams. BUI Daughan and Joe Llrhtor left Sunday afternoon for California. They will visit the former's sister, Helen Daughan, who is living in Santa Monica. California. Maurene Cooper of Aurora, Ncbr., who has been employed at the E. C. McMahon home, will leave for her home the latter part of the week to resume her school teaching duties. Leona Bartholomew, clprk at the Chrischilles Annex, spent last week vacationing from her store duties, at home. Mrs. W. P. Hemphill was clerk at the annex during her absence. Mr. and Mrs. Osrar Roscwall and son. Robert, are leaving Thursday, for their home in Baton Rouge. La., after a visit of several weeks with the former's mother, Mrs. Marie Rosewall. Eleanor Payne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Payne is ill in the Mercy hospital at Mason City, where she is a student nurse. She Is suffering with streptococcus threat infection. Mr*. R. H. Miller and two nieces, Donnabelle and Betty Merron and Hop Findley returned Sunday from a trip through northern Minnesota and Winnipeg, Canada. They were gone a week. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Mlnkler of Waverly arrived Monday for a visit with the former's mother. Mrs. Ida Mlnkler, and his sister, Mrs. H. D. Hutching. They will be in Algona for two weeks. Alice Behlmer of Baltimore, Maryland, arrived Monday morning for a week's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Behlmer. She teaches physical training in the Baltimore high schools. Mrs. Jake Godden Is at the home of her parents near Titonka, after undergoing a serious nose operation at Rochester, Minn., last week. She will return to her home here when she has regained her strength. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Hutsell and two sons. Frederick and Floyd, returned Monday from Stewartsville. Minn., where they had visited Mrs. Hutsell's aunt, Mrs. Ennis Ackerman and her grandfnther, Henry Heikel. Mrs. John Reding and son, John of Chicago, were guests of their cousin, Mrs. J. B. Winkcl, Wednesday and Thursday. They returned to their home Sunday after visiting with other relatives in Algona and vicinity. John Shllts of Omaha, spent the week end visiting at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shilts. John, who Is employed by the Decker Packing Company, was transferred to Omaha from Minneapolis about a month ago. Mrs. Al Falkenhalncr spent from Thursday until Sunday at her cottage on Haywards Bay on Lake Oko- bojl, where her daughter, Mrs. Gene Murtagh and little Judy, and Mis; Marie Ohm are spending this week Mr. Murtagh going up for Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Anguat Strom win leave this week to make their home in Colorado. The Stroms, retired farmers, once lived there. They have lived in Algona for 18 years, and during the last six years Mr. Strom has been the district manager of the Modern Woodman lodge. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Sheridan of Sutherland, Iowa, and Peter Smith of Calmar, visited at the Wm. Weis home, Sunday. Mrs. Sheridan is a sister of Mr. Weis and Mr. Smith is a brother of Mrs. Weis. They were the sponsors for the baptism of Peter Thomas, baby son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Weis. Emmet Ctilliffan of LaOrango, Illinois, was a guest Thursday and Friday at the home of his cousin, L. E. Linnan. Mr. Culligan was here to attend the city council meeting Friday when his water softening project was accepted for a trial period and probable permanent installation by the city. Wrrk end guests at HIP O. S. Lindsay homo were Mr. nnd Mrs. Lclnnd Chamberland, who were married Friday at Everly nt the homo of the bride's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Paul Flaherty. She was Pauline Flahnrty, and Leland. a nephew of Mrs. Lindsay, is the son of Mr. nnd Mrs. R. V. Chamberland of Spencer. Mr*. B. F. Reed returned to her home in Yankton, South Dakotn, Monday after a two weeks visit nt the home of her son. Lee H. Reed. Her daughter and husbnnd. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Stewart, came nfter her. They and the Lee Reeds spent Sunday in Ames with Mrs. B. F. Reed's granddaughter, Mrs. Stewart McKay. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Beamish and children. Jean and Jerry, returned, Sunday evening, following a week's vacation spent at Okoboji in a cottage on Manhattan Beach. Mnrtha Haynes of Wesley was their guest during the entire week, ami week end guests were Mr. and Mrs. Hnrold Brnndt. Dr. nnd Mrs. Hnr- ry McCorkle. nnd Mr. and Mrs. Clnr- encc Stewnrt. M. E. Ladle* Aid will meet nt 1:15 p. m.. Thursday, at the church, Lndies are requested to bring n dish towel nnd a choice recipe. $3.50 Two-way Lastex back gives excellent figure control yet prevents garment irom riding up. Fire broccda iron* boned over diap!iraf;m. Moderate ciir shaped busts of beautiful A'cncon lace. Designed for the average figure Sold on second floor Fitted by expert corsetiere Kresensky 's quint. ,/PRESENTSv\ / BOTH SIDES OF/THE SHOE T HE new shoe fasfiion»* have thrown' convention to the windsl They're up one side and down on the otHerl/ It's the new osymmelru^ioot'l wear vogue that gives ^nr foot sweepingly graceful lines, that makes your instep look higher and your foot/tinier. And Rhythm Step shoes play this flattering themV with clever noyv> variations! Find Extra Support in a 3-Step Test You can wear this new, , graceful fashion with extra support. In Rhythm Step shoes with weightless Rhythm Treads. They support the heel, arch and ball of your foot with no added weight! Gloriously buoyant and extra comfortable! Just a 3-t>tvp test is enough to convince you that there's an utterly different, luar- velously comfortable "lift" to walking in light lit tie RhythmSlep shoes! Come iu and seel They're fit to figure irt every campus caper of the season - • this Kitty Fisher speaks of fall and football • • others just as cleverly collegiate • • all made of Wool-Ray • - all made to fit you youth fully-all made to be "Youthfully Yours. Your New Shoes are Here l'J5 new styles, nil heel height*. Sizes AAAA to I> .1 to 10 Many nice color combinations $2 TO $7.50 CJxnv tun rnlf nnd black suede $5 Black Kncde patent leather trim, mod. heel $3 Black Ki<! iaiiede trim This is a season of such vcrsutility in hat styles—of in a nj colors, many silhouettes: from the flatteringly ridiculous—to the ladylike suMiinc. All the new hats are here—so obviously VUIK HAT is here. $1.95 to $2.95 -/ ' 'I'iiilored lii^h croun hat \\ilii S\vedi^>ii ril>- lioii. Off • the - face beret ttith uiug.s of >ehet ribbou. l>elu Hobbiu beret tv i t li feutlier uud Kresensky's Burnt copper tan $4 Hlnck SiiiMle. Mine Suede $3 IKIU tint 11 ud Chutuue wine calf iilack Suede, Hi Heel $3 and $4

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