The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 13, 1938 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 13, 1938
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The Algona Tipper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 13,1938 Mm T. H, f Ktolni6» returned on Monday affth* a week's visit at Ev- Anston,' Illinois. A«f» Yoemah began work In the jfflc? at th« Algona high school on Monday morning. She is taking the ;placfe of Martha Palmer. <J*»f|re St. John I* having nenr- ItW lit Ms left arm and Is taking«r days oft from his duties at Woe & SJogren's grocery. 'StSflUnSbni* DIMted his parenta, Mr. •and Mrs. Frank Shllts, Friday and ^Saturday, - John is employed in the .AfWlOuf offices at Mason City. Mr. and Sirs. M. J. Dulty and daughters were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. Duffy's parents, Mr and Mrs. Martin Duffy, Sr., at Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Stewart nnd Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shilts drove to Richland. Minn.. Sunday, where the Stewarts called on old time friends. Mr. and Sirs. H. A. TiitHc and children, Marilyn and Richard, apent the week end at Des Moines on business and visited Mrs. Tuttle's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Burrell at Perry. Hire. Louise Hyde, who has been ill at her home for the past month, •was taken to Fort Dodge on Sunday for observation. Mrs. Hyde is a sister of Mrs. Claire Anderson and Ernest L. Gilbert. Fred Dlekmann of Wesley began work as bookkeeper in the lown State Bajik, Monday. He will take the place of Kathleen Holtzbauer, who/will work as bookkeeper for the new Chrlstensen store. Walter Heldt, who I* employed by McGwire Bros, over near Rock Valley, where one of their* road crews is •working, was burned about the face and arms Saturday when a gas line exploded on machinery with which lie was working. A daughter, weighing six pounds 15 ounces, was born to Mr. and Mrs M. J. Streit at the Kosstith hospital, Monday morning. The baby Margaret Mary, is their scconc child. The other child la a son Michael, aged 2'fc years. Betty Streit returned to Chicago Monday evening, after a thro? weeks' vacation visit with hrr aunt Mary Streit. and other relatives anc friends. Mrs. H. M. Smith iircom- panled her to Chicago, and will visit there during the rominjj week. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Crcist of Chicago worciRUKsts Thursday fit the home of her aunt. Mrs. W. H. Freeman. They were enroutc to the Black Hills nnd Twin Fulls. Idaho. where they hnve property. From Twin Falls they will go on to California. The Woman* Foreign Missionary society of the M. E. church will meet with Mrs. Walter Klnnip. on Thursday, at 2:30 p. m. The committee in charge includes Mrs. Klamp, Mrs. W. S. Windcll. Mr^. Homer Anderson and Mrs. H. S. Troutman. Mr. ami Mrs. .Jltnmlr Xrville attended a picnic at West Bend Sunday with a group of old friends from Brltt and Hutchins. Amoni? the others present were Mr. and Mrs. J. V. McMullen of Hutchins. Mr. and Mrs. John Inman of Britt and Lois Inman of Estherville. Mr«. Bernard Voenmn left Monday for a short visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hudson nt Fort Dodpe. before going to Marshalltown where phe nnd her husband will make their new horns. Mr. Yoemnn was recently transferred from the Gamble store here. Mary C'. Kaln left Friday for Chicago, where she will visit some cousins and her brother for a while before going to California, where she pluns to spend the winter. She hns rented her house to the Jolm Hardgroves. who hnve occupied nn apartment there for a number )f years. Mr. and Mr*. T. II. ChrlnchlllM »nd non. Ted. left Sunday for Be- lolt, Wisconsin, where Ted will attend Belolt College during the coming year. From there Mr. and Mrs. Thrlschllles will go on to Chicago for a few days to do some buying for the Chrlscshilles store, returning Thursday. L. M. O»t«»rhau<T of Ottowa, III., hai been visiting his sister. Mrs. Ann Fechner during the past week. He and his family recently returned from a HOO mile trip into Canada. The Creedon Hotel by which he has been employed the past fourteen yerirs. is building a $100,000 addition this year. Matt HtllMft IIIVB purclviiwd tin- Ton y Kirsch ho».se on Fast North street, which has been occupied i/y Dr. and Mrs. f. (',. ShierU uml p!»"" to move to Alponu. <' W. Mcoiilin made the deal lust week. 'I In' Kirrhes hnvi' puivh.-iM-.i a MHI.., acreage near Fort;" and " ! j crate that in addition in then- 'l' v ! cleaning plant. j Mr. unil Mr». Karl Slimimiiy » r <'; the purunts of a daughter born la -t j week Tuesday at Niagara RilK where, they have been liviin: <>'.•• past year or two. Thrv now lia''.- two daughters. Karl wa.-. forim-riv n member of Hie Alyiia I'l'P.-i I' ; Moines force for a number of >';•'• Mrs. Shumwnv i* a daii-litcr of Mr nnd Mrs. A. V, Larson. Mldred Pratt began work, Moil- day, at the Pratt Electric Com pany. Mm. Mary Ranch, who resides on South Thorington street, is visiting her daughter in Swea City. Holman Anderson, who has been suffering from bronchial pneumonia is much improved at this time. Mrs. A. E. Erlckson of Chicago arrived Sunday to be the house guest of Mrs, Edythe Dalley for several days. Charles Beardsley, Jr., will leave for Ames, Wednesday, to attend Iowa State College during the coming year. Mr. nnd Mrs. Chet William and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Williams visited Chefs parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Williams in Mason City, Sunday. William Barry and John I<OP Holtzbauer drove to Omaha, Sunday, where they will atend Creighton University during the coming year. Mlllan Oranzow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Granzow has gone to Denison, Iowa, where she teaches the eighth grade in the Denison schools. Shirley Danson, niece of fPaul' Danson, was married, September 4, to Robert L. Mann. They are at home In Rolla, Mo. Shirley formerly lived here. Alia Thilges of Otto*en returned to her home, Sundaj', after spending a week visiting Mrs. Clair Walknr. Alida leaves for Iowa City to resume her school work. Dr. C. H. Cretznteyer attended a meeting of the executive council of the State Medical Society of Iowa at Des Moines. Sunday. Dr. Cretzmeyer is counselor for the second district of Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Tlieo. Chriscltilles took their oldest son, Ted, to Beloit. Wi». P<\<iday. to enter Beloit Universi'-.-. ;.; r . and Mrs. Chris- chilles spent a day in Chicago before returning. Mr*. Martin Coonan of Kmmets- burg arrived today (Tuesday) to make the acquaintance of her baby granddaughter. Margaret Mary ftreit. new daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Streit. Francis BoMonlrlmcr of \Vhitte- more accompanied Water Beardsley to Austin. Texas. Saturday. Walter will enter the University of Texas nnd Francis will go on to San Antonio to visit an uncle. .Mr. and Airs. Wm. F. Stccle, and Lawrence Misbach returned Friday from Two Harbors in northern Minnesota, where they went for their hay fever. The Stecles had been gone for three weeks, and Lawrence for ten days. Mrs. C. Mclaughlin and daughters Rosemary and Eugenia of St. Paul visited at the J. J. Dooley and P. D. Dooley homes, Thursday and Friday. Mrs. McLaughlin and Mrs. J. J. Dooley are sisters. The McLaughlins were enroute to California. Harry Oreenberg and Charles iBeardsley took the former's sister, Isabelle to Iowa City. Sunday, where she entered the state university for her final year. The boys returned Monday. Harry will also be a student at the university, leaving next week. Dr. C. M. C. Walters of Los Angeles, Calif., a former Bancroft doctor, who now operates the Bimini Springs Baths, and his nephew. Wm. Morse, son of former Algona Dr. Morse, arrived Sunday and arc visiting old Algona and Bancroft relatives and friends. Bernlcn Stork and Eleanor Payno dro%-e to Masno City, Saturday. Ber^ nice attended the dancing classes at Jim Flcmming's studio, and Eleanor returned to Mercy hospital where she is a student nurse, after visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Payne since Tuesday. Mm. Arvld E. Kohler and Helen Giles were week end guests of their sister, Mrs. Ralph Mledke. Mrs. Kohler was returning to her home ni Moline from her camp at Longville. Minn. Mrs. Miedke returned with them for a visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Giles and to see her brother, Warren Giles, manager of the Cincinnati Reds, who is also visiting her parents. Mr*. L. B. Pottwr In vfelttnir h«>r daughter, Mrs. Alta Stiles at Charles City. i Mr. artfl MM. S. D. Wilson drove to Blue Earth, Minn., Saturday on a buslnes mission. Grace Roawftll of Chicago visited at the home of her sister, Mrs. C. H. Taylor last week. Mr. and Mr*. Campbell Humphrey have moved into their new home on North Jones Street. E. O. Bo-shell of New York City was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Roland, Thursday and Friday. , Clyde Boshell and friend, Edna Smith of Chicago were Labor Day visitors at the Glenn Roland home. Juanlta Meyer of DM Moines visited" at the home of her brother. Dr. S. W. Meyer a few days last week. Mr. nnd Mrs. M. W. Schwletert of this office attended the Minnesota State Fair at St. Paul, Thursday and Friday. ,T. F., Behlmcr left Friday for ii week's visit with his daughter, Mrs. Lee Rhelnhardt, at Sharon Springs. Kansas. Mrs. W. H. Oleason of Mason City was a guest of her sister, Mrs. W. D. Nugent, Wednesday and Thursday. « Father T. 3. Davern of Ft. Dodge attended the Kossuth County Fair, Thursday and visited with many of his friends. Mr. and Mrs. 3. E. Wilson of Tl- tonka were guests of Mr. Wilson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Wilson, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mil of Maxwell were week end guests of the latter's brother and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sheehan. Mrs. Walter Ntnahaum of Let- Mars and Alice Page of Cedar Rap- Ids were Friday guests of Mrs. F. Earl Burgess. H. R. Rosewall and family of Blue Earth, Minn., visited Wednesday with Mrs. Marie Rosewall. the former's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Douglass and family moved Wednesday into their new home on E. Lucas street, across from the Bryant school. James and Betty Murtagh drove to Des Moines. Thursday, and brought their father, C. B. Murtagh home with them, Friday. Lula and Mable Kohl left Sunday for a vacation in St. Paul to be spent visiting their brothers. Harvey. George and Dick Kohl. Delia Frankl left today (Tuesday) for Laramie, Wyoming, where she will again be physical education instructor at the University of Wyoming. Mrs. Henry Miller of Eminetaburg was an Algona visitor last week on | Tuesday and attended the fair. Mrs. j Miller will be remembered as Flossie Platt. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. H. Taylor left Sunday morning for a month's vacation trip. They will visit friends in Portland. Oregon, and will travel in California. Mrs. Dennis Billlngilry of Des Moines returned to her home Thursday, after visiting since Saturday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Roland. Dwlght Parsons arrived Thursday from Portland, Ore., for a two weeks' vacation visit with his mother, Mrs. Charlotte Parsons, and with other relatives and friends. Marlon Rising returned to DM Moines where she is employed, last week Monday, following n two weeks' vacation hero with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Rising. Mr. and .Mrs. D. F. Ley, Edna Scharlach. and Geneva Scharlach of Des Moines were guests during the past week end of the women's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Scharlach. i Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Brumlsh of Iowa Falls arrived Saturday and will visit until Wednesday at the homes of their son, Raymond, and their daughter, Mrs. Clarence Stewart. Guylo Jerfrenaon of Modiaun, Wls., spent last week visiting her mother, Mrs. Ed Jergensen. Gayle is employed in a five and ten cent store, and had her vacation at this j time. Evelyn Kuckenbecker, pilncipul of the Plover schools, and Velma Hill, Plover music teacher, were week end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H .W. Miller. Miss Kuckenbecker and Mrs. Miller are sisters. Margaret Bllley, Margaret Marjotie Phillips and Anita Ro?e Kohlhaas enrolled at the Hamilton business school at Mason City last week. Charles Paxson is also studying there. Mr*. 3. t. Garry and daughter. Viola were week end guests at the H. R. Ramusson and Dr. S. W. Meyer homes. Mrs. Garry and Viola reside in Cottonwood, Minn., and are the aunt and cousin of H. R. Rasmusson and Mrs. Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Richardson will take their daughter. Meredith to Ames, Thursday, where she will be a student in the Iowa State College, during the coming year. She will major in home economics. Helen Plocker of Blue Earth. Minn., will be Meredith's room mate. Nora Wit I to, Agnes White ami Helen Hindman of Knoxviile. nnd Mrs. Margaret McKinley of Russell visited at the C. A. Momyer home. Thursday and Friday. They were returning to their homes following: n vacation trio in Canada. The women ar^ cousins of C. A. Momyer. John McNown and his bride stopped Wednesday evening, on their way to Minneapolis to visit his grandmother. Mrs. S. P. Klahr. and his aunt, Mrs. George St. John. John was married last week Tuesday to Miriam Ellis at Concordia. Kan. He is a professor of mathematics in the engineering school at the University of Minnesota. Mr*. H. E. Rist and granddaughter, Ann OHalre, left Sunday morning for Washington. D. C. Ann, who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. O'Haire, has visited at the Rist home during the entire summer. Mrs. Rist wilt visit at the O'Haire home and with another daughter. Alice, for n month. Alice will return home with her mother for a visit in Algona. Mrs. W. L. .Martin and son, Lloyd and wife arrived at their home T>n Thursday evening'after visiting the former's mother, Mrs. George Bell, in Jamestown, and her sister, Mrs. George Harris and family at Eldridge. N. D. They stopped briefly enroute at Marion, Mitchell and Aberdeen. S. D. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Martin went on to the Bad Lands and to nearby points of interest, but had to return because of fog and rain. It's swell! Sails hish and far. Loops, hanks, glides, lands. What fun! And so easy to get. Just cutout and bring the trade mark from 2 large or •( regular packages of Quaker Oats to THE OFFICE OF THIS NEWSPAPER or mail to The Quaker Oats Company, Ml W.Jackson Blvd.. Chicago. III. Hurry! He firti in your neighborhood to have this dandy \Vrighi-Dajtonmonorl.ine! Former Fenton Man Is Famed Doctor Fenton: According to n radio news dispatch over station WCCO Wednesday noon. It reported that William Powell, movie actor, was to undergo a serious operation, nnd tha Dr. Clarence D. Newel was to he the operating physician. We are wondering if Dr. Clarence D. Newel is Fenton's Clarence D. Newel, who is now a leading physician at Fresno, California. Clarence is the son of the late H. J. ; Nen-el. a former Fen ion resident and business man for many years, nnd wns horn nnd roared here. Dr. Newel's mother. Mrs. Anna Newel, who makes her home with a daughter. Mrs. Henry Johnson. Kanawha. is making nn extended visit with her son. Clarence ,inr) firnily. Burt Road Graded Burr. The rnad east of Rurt from the Parsons farm past to the corner has been impassable most of the WPPU. due to the heavy rains. The road had been recently graded. My Family Gets This Vital Nerve IN DELICIOUS QUAKER OATS C HEERING news for pi-pry family ! For Quaker Oats U now proved rich in *Tbiamin (Vitamin B.), the nourishing food for nerves which cvrryonc should bnvc daily, according to clicftic expert?. Oatmeal is ideal, too, for nil ngcs bemuse it stands high in proteins, for building firm flesh nnd muscle, not fat. Excellent in iron nnd phosphorus fur rich blood, sturdy bones, vitality. And in food-energy for rugged strength. So tomorrow morning treat your family to a delicious Quaker Oats breakfast. Discover the benefits of easy- digestible. whole-grain oatmeal, rich in Thiamin. Save money, time, too. Order Quaker Oats at any grocer's today. I ATTORNEYS AT LAW : R J. Harrington J. D. Low* I HARRINOTON ft LOWE I Rooms 212-14 First Nat'l Bk. Bid* I ALGONA, IOWA | „ J. 1* BONAR ATTORNEY AT LAW | Collections will receive prompt ! attention i ALGONA, IOWA | W. B. Qr.ARTOX H. W. MILLER ': ATTORNEYS AT LAW (Office ovor fo. Pavings Bk. Bldg. ! Office Phone 427 I ALGONA, IOWA ; _ i A. HI Tf IIISOX DONALD C. lirTC'HISOy THEODORE C. HirTCItTSON ATTORNEYS AT LAW Security State Rk. Bldg. Phone 25t QUAKER OATS AMERICA'S ALL YEAR 'ROUND BREAKFAST E. J. Van Ness G. W. Stlllman VAN NESS * STILLMAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Offices in new Helsc Building Phone 213 Algona, Iowa And We Got It! It ibn't difficult to pick out what you want from our new .selection of fall fasti- ions . . • especially low- prices . . . all beautifully moulded to Hatter your liy- ure. History Day* I A delightful group of Keily Fisher Junior frocks* $3.99 Kresensky's ZENDER'S NEW STETSON HATS FOR FALL A nvw Stct.-on KiR'e-ial in tlu- popular Tyrulian shape tpirturi! at tin; right' in heather mixture.-, fur full, will) a jaunty It ilher and braided hand ih il gives a dash and snap to your wardrobe. Snap Brims with Plain Bands New styles, new colors, but murti conventional and conservative . . . u new hut by Sletson STETSON SPECIAL 5.0O LASALLEHATS Champ -.$2.95 Scot $3.95 ZENDER'S Value* Supreme in C4oUu» for Men and Boy» Here Is Your Chance! The Newest, The Choicest THE PICK OF FINE SUITS New Styling! New Colors! New Fabrics! VALUES! Fall Suit Values That Defy Comparison • Wider bladcii and the fuller English drape of the double breasted stripe model shown hen- mark It nn a favorite of men who want style. We're proud to be the first to present the new Fall Suits, in new styles and colors, and as always, at moderate prices for Quality Merchandise. Suits by Kuppenhefmcr, flrif- fon and Cloth-Craft—the finest Fall Merchandise at Zenders. Every New Style and Pattern 24.50 29.50 32.50 'Other Suits as Low as $14.50 and $19.50 We invitcyi»ii toe. inr in now—see them, we'll lav one aside f«»r v.» The Xew Styled Balmac Topcoat "Tomorrow's Topcoat Fall Patterns are gayer! Tiu bring comfort, Style an warmth . . . t-cuiu that at preferred on ( olle^e canipu yet are a.s practical for i-\ ttay weat in ot.hnary hu^ n.^s or plea.-ure All ". lav,-, filed grALITY AND WOK'KlMANsiIII' At a Moderati.' I'nee 19.50 22.50 24.50 (OATS I'KU'EII AS LOW AS »l(j.30 • Our <M>lt*cU»n of Nport-lmck sultn I.* most coiuiitete. The frw-NwlitK inodH tklioun hero U but one of niuny. Mi-n and younic men like tliii model. XK\V FALL Arrow Shirts New white on white patturn.4 new checks and clips, new striped, by America's premier .ihirt milker. 2.00 2.50 TIKS THAT M.VTfll AT •: Oilier Shirts ut !Mr, >l ti'> NKW FALL Leather Jackets In N'l-w SiK-ili--j Cape.-, - Hui.-ilnde.-. am! 1'ony. Fui! /.lup'.-i. aiui '/.i.',". 1 !' !'U'k<_;>. u uli .-poi i b.ii kv Tluy'll I i -'. fur yi- ii -. Tl.i y'l u il: i----y on' 1,1 .. 11. al. 4.95 6.50 9.50 "(.Miaiity 1'ay.-. 1 »ivid«-n,ls ZENDER'S Gaylord D. Shumwny Edw. D. Kelly SHUMWAY A KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Quinby Bldg. Phone M ALGONA, IOWA HIRAM B. WHITE ATTORNEY AT LAW Office In Hutchison Building Phone 206 ATTORNEYS AT LAW J. W. Sullivan (dec'd) S. E. McMahoa L. E. Llnnan StR.UVAN,MrMAHON & LINN AN Algona. Iowa Phone 361 Office over Kossuth Mut. Ins. Bldg. ALGONA, IOWA L. A. WINXEL ATTORNEY AT LAW (County Attorney) Office over Quinby Building PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS J. N. KENEFICK PHYSICIAN ft SURGEON Office formerly occupied by Dr. A, L. Rist over Rexnll Drug Store Office Phone 300 Res. Phone 32fl ALGONA, IOWA C. H. CRET/MEYER, M. D. Phono 444-310 SURGEON & PHYSICIAN Office John Galbralth Bldg. MELVIN G. BOURNE PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office over old Post Office Phones—Office 197 Res. 194 OSTEOPATHS DR. S. W. MEYER , Ostcopathlc Physician General Practice Special attention given to non- surglcal treatment of rectal dU- eascs, varicose veins and rupture. Sawyer Bldg., East State St, Phone li'l DENTISTS DR. II. M. OLSON DENTIST Located In Now Call Theatre Bldf. Phone, Business 166, Residence 788 ALGONA, IOWA Vaues Supreme in Clothes for Men and Boys DR. L. C. NUGENT DENTIST Second floor Sawyer Bldg. Phone 313 Algona, Iowa DR. C. D. SC'HAAP ~ DENTIST Quinby Bid?:. Phone 133 Res. Phone 174 Algona, Iowa A. 3. KASO.V, IK-ntlst Office over James Drug Store Phone Office 59. Residence 859 KARL R. HOFFMAN- DENTIST Office In New Helse Bldg. Phone 44 Res. Phone REAL ESTATE MURTAGH & SON REAL ESTATE FARM LOANS INSURANCE BONDS Quinby Bldg. Phone JOB VETERINARIANS FOX & WINHKL Dr. L. W. Fox Dr. J. B. Winkel Office 220 West State Street Office Phone 47S-W Res. 475-R ALGONA, IOWA Typewriter Paper U'u linvu received a large shipment uf ream |»ic-kuge« U.oo hli,-, ts> whu-li sell for 75c for 500 sheets This i.-, a good gritde bond PHJI..T and will nmHe an ex- ci-llim -,.-huiil (.aptr The Algona Upper Des Moines The Carbon .f*aper That Gives Satisfaction Inquire at The Algona Upper Des Moiaea office for parthiclara

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