The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 18, 1938 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 18, 1938
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the Algonft tipper Pes Moineg, Algona, IOWA, Pet. 18,1938 Families Move farm and u B8nd to home In Whlttemore. the Matt Klttcfefe&um family moved from the CharieU Vottf home, recently purchased by Frank Burke, to the H. W. Helmke home m theeast part of town last week. No Matter Hew You Sell Your Corn Whether on the cob or on the hoof, it must be protected from weather to keep it in top price v condition, and from rats to bring any price You can't sell or feed what the rats take and they will get away wiith a lot of your corn it' given any kind of a chance. Therefore, no matter how or when you sell your corn you need A Good Weather and Rat Proof Crib in which to store it until you do dispose at it. Is your crib ready to do a good job for you this winter? If it needs fixing up, remodeling, or if you need' a new crib, get the cement, lumber, and roofing or shingles here where your dollar does a real job for you in the quantity and quality of materials it will buy. F. S. Norton & Son Phone 229 Algona, Iowa .9 Now you can wear the lightest, most 'frivolous new foot fashion* .. • with glorious extra comfort! Because • thrilling discovery... Invisible Rhythm Treads ...takes the strain from the three sensitive points of your foot...] with no extra weight! Just three •teps will show you what mar-] 'velously light, buoyant comfort they gtvelAnd only Rhythm Step •hoes have Inviifble Rhythm Treads... that triple foot comfort in the lightest, most flatter- lug shoes imaginable I Come in and make the 3-Step test. Black kid, medium neel, with new tie treat- rnent of trim. $7.50 Black kid with uiastlc sueclu insets. $7.50 C. A. Momyer, Jr., et Chicago — a week end guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Momeyer. Herman W. Bosworttt and Date Clark, the cow-tester went to Woodward, Thursday, to attend a cattle sale. ' ' John Aeeker of Bancroft was in Algona, Thursday, on business and vlolted at the Maurice McMahon home. Mrs. Walter Good returned Saturday from Anamosa after'a week's visit with her daughter, Mrs. Cecil Benner. • I : Mrs. B. W. Boeder entertained the Chruch club Thursday afternoon and contract was played at two tables. Sheriff Bert Montgomery and County Attorney Joe Hand of Palo Alto county were In Algona on a business trip, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. George Cunningham and three daughters of Waterloo were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Amfahr. Mrs. Oscar Anderson and her daughter, Mrs. Melvln Knoll, spent Monday and Tuesday of last week In Des Molnes on business. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt spent the week end In Sheldon, visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Beecher Lane, former Algonlans. Mr*. L. E. Potter, who to visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Roy Miner of Rodman, became ill and Is unable to return home. Ray Agard of Ooldfleld spent the week end with his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Agard. The men went duck hunting Saturday. Mrs. Harold Cowan, Mrs. Kenneth Cowan and Bernlce Storm drove to Fort Dodge, Thursday, to visit Mrs. Mrs. Arnie Horsford and son, James. Mrs. P. P. Kohns of Cherokee returned to her home In Cherokee on Thursday, after a week's visit with her daughter, Mrs. George Smith. Mr, and Mrs. Homer Anderson nd family were Sunday dinner uests of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Gtddlngs at their home north of, Lesley. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Glddlngs and amlly of Wesley .were guests of tfrs. Mae Harris, Sunday, and came o help Mary Harris celebrate her Irthday. Ruby Turner, who Is employed at he Druggists' Mutual Insurance Company, returned Saturday from Walworth, WIs., where she enjoyed a week's vacation. The William Bunchey fanuly re- urned from the northern part of ndlana, where they had been vis- ting their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Neal Smith, accompanied by Mrs. Calvin Cooney of Mason City vlisted cousins at Alpha last week from Tuesday until Thursday. MT. and Mrs. Donald Hutchlns and son, Don Allen, returned to their home In Decorah, Sunday, after a week's visit with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Hutchins. Mrs. A, Hutchison and Mrs L. J. Dickinson left for Des Molnes, Saturday, where they will Join their sister, Mrs. F. B. V. Shore, for a week's motor trip through the Ozarks and Missouri. Harriett Smith, who Is employed In the chemistry department ,;at the Iowa State College at Ames, and Leona Smith, who teaches In the primary department at Dakota City, spent the week end visiting their mother, Mrs. Neal Smith, Mr, and Mrs. P. 9. Kohlhaaa, Mrg. Jos. Kelly, and Mrs. Karl Hoffman drove to Des Motnes, Saturday, to attend the Drake-Creighton football gamo. Mrs, Kelly's *on, Omer, is star center on the Crelghton team. 1 he group returned Sunday. E. P. Keith, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Keith, and Mrs. I" Kohl returned last week Tuesday front a week's vacation trip In Wisconsin. They visited relatives In Whitewater, and spent some time In Milwaukee. Whitewater Is the old home of E. P. Keith. Mr. and Mrs. Eric Schmidt ol Chicago and Mrs. Schmidt's mother, Mrs. Carrie Dean of Wall Lake, visited at the home of Mrs. H. T- Holmes last week from Sunday until Friday. Mrs. Dean remained for an extended visit at the Holmes home. Mr. Schmidt is employed In the Chicago post office. Dr. and Mrs. G. 0. .Walrath and daughter, Jean, moved to LuVerne last week and have rented a house there. For a few days they were guests at the home of Dr. and Mrs. H. L. Corbln. Last Wednesday the Corbins had a birthday party for Jean, who was celebrating her fifth birthday. A color scheme of green and white was used. Jean received a number of gifts. The L. Glsch family, living north of Algona, had as Its guests over the week end, Mrs. George McDonald and son, and Mrs. George Belg- ger and two sons from Winfred, S. COUNTY AUXILIARY MET AT FENTON Fenton: The Kossuth county Legion Auxiliary met at Fenton on Tuesday In the M. E. church. About 60 registered. Towns represented Included Lone Rock, Swea City, Bancroft, Lakota, THonka, Wesley, Burt and Fenton. The following program was given: vocal solo, Mrs. Walter Welsbrod; girls' sextette, under the direction of Miss Finn; violin solo by Mrs. HI1- bert Hantelman, accompanied by Edith Wolfe. Mrs. Oliver Graham, Burt, past county chairman, was presented with a gift from the county auxiliary for her splendid service during the past two years. A two course luncheon was served by the Fenton unit, At AAA Meetings Herman Dreyer, Will Elmers, E. C. Weisbrod, Chas. Newel, Joe Crow, ley, the latter of Sexton and Peter Christensen, atended a district AAA meeting, held at the Shrine Auditorium In Des Molnes last week Tuesday. John KeVber, Herman Huskamp, Oscar Solberg, Bertcl Berkeland and Carl Kern attended a similar meeting at Sioux City, on Tuesday. Lloyd Flnnestads were dinner guests at the John Flnnestads on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Wander returned home Monday evening from a visit with Mrs. Wander's parents at Freeport, 111. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. G. Smith returned home the latter part of the week from a visit with Mr. Smith's mother at Sabetha, Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Stevens, tele phone operators, have returned from their vacation which was spent with relatives at Kelly and Pilot Mound Ben Weisbrod, who has been a tank man for the Farm Bureau Ol Co., at Emmetsburg, for the pasi three or four years, has been trans ferred to Greenfield, where he wil be field manager. Mrs. J. A. Mueller entertained fo her mother-in-law, Mrs. Clara Muel ler on Monday afternoon. The lad les attending were Mesdames Frank Elgler, Emma Ruske, W. J. Wels brod, C. H. Geronsln and Mrs. J G Waterman. Mrs. Mueller left o lire. Fernley Runchey. County Agent and Mm. A. L. ^ArU*IS*/ *»n«,»"w »^^™ -•- — Brown attended a monthly county agents' meeting at Hampton, Saturday night A 6:30 dinner was served and cards were played. H. B. Howland I* the new registered pharmacist at the James drug store. Mr. Howland comes here from Esthervllle where he has been employed In the Gardston Hotel drug store, Mrs. Den Hutchison retained from Cedar Rapid., Friday nwrnlns;, wto«re she had been called by the serious Illness of her mother, Mrs. Frank Schulze. Mrs. Scnulze Is slightly Improved at this time. Mr*. Mae Harris, Mrs. Albert Hagg, Mrs. Chester Cook and Mra. Homer Anderson attended a meeting of the Embroidery club held at the home of Mrs. Therno Hansen north of Wesley, Thursday afternoon. R, W. Caldwell writes from Salem, Oregon, to have his paper sent there until further notice. The Caldwells went out west early this fall and their daughter, Maxlne, Is attending the University of Oregon at Eugene. Mr. and Sirs. M. H. Doherty with their son, Jimmy, and Mrs. Doherty-s mother, Mrs. F. L. Means, spent last week end at Des Molnes, and from there Mrs. Means returned ot her home at Vllllsca after three months here. Mr, and Mrs. J. A. Hohensteln and two children, Allen and Mildred of Amboy, Minn., arrived Friday afternoon and visited during the week end with Mrs. Hohensteln i mother, Mrs. H, J. Bacon and with other relatives. M«. Anna M. Leason and her daughter, Mable, accompanied by the former's son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leason of Burt visited another son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Leason over the week end at Minneapolis. Friday dinner guecte of Mrs. H. C. Anderson were her mother and sister Mrs. O. O. Sonnerholm and Arlene of Crystal Lake, a sUter, Mrs A. P. Nelson and two aunts, Mrs. Harold Henley an^ Mrs. Carl Bonnerholm of Brltt Mr». Andrew Godfredson received a seriously sprained left ankle, Tuesday morning, when she stepped In a hole in the yard that was covered with leave*. She l» walking on cruches, and Luella Gregerson Is helping with the house work. H. M. Potter, George Smith, Harold Walker, and Walter Roberts, all employed In the local Metropol- tan Insurance office, attended the Minnesota-Michigan football game, and the University of Minnesota lomecoming at Minneapolis, Satur- D. They were on their way to Rochester, Minn., where they were to visit another son of Mrs. Beig- ger, who had an operation on his spine. Mrs. Beigger and Mrs. McDonald are sisters of Mrs. Glsch. Mr. and Mrs. Harold B. Quarton, St Johns, Newfoundland, who are spending a part of Mr. Quarton's two months leave from the U. a consulate with Mr. Quarton's par- enU, Judge and Mrs. W. B. Quarton, were at Iowa City to attend the homecoming football game. They will then be at Cedar Rapids a few days with Harold's brothers, Sumner and William, returning thence to Algona for another week. Harold Is consul-general at St Johns. He and his wife expect to go home via Washington, D. C. Mi*. Ann* Malloy and Morten Pedersen went to Des Molnes Sunday for three welce* instruction ftt the Teacher* 1 tralnlnjr course which Is being given there. Mr. Pedersen is the Instructor In manual training and carpenter work at the CCC camp In Bancroft, and Mrs. Malloy teaches elementary and business English there. Miss Catherine Lat- tln of Humboldt, who has charge of the adult education classes In Algona acompanled the others from Humboldt. There will be about 170 WPA teachers at the training Lone Rock School Lists Honor Pupils Lone Rock: The following students of the local school received an average of 90 per cent or more In their regular subjects the past six weeks. Seniors—Doris Sanders, Ma Tuesday for Cedar Falls and fror there will go to Carbondale, 111 where she will spend the wlnte with a daughter. Twenty-two women met Wednei day at the Geo. Stems home for thel first lesson In this year's home de monstratlon project work. Mr Durwood Kern was elected town ship chairman Wetabrod, and Mrs. Walte chairman. Co Corn Crib Being Juilt on County Farm Irvlngton: A number of new corn ribs are being erected to take care f the bumper crop that Is soon to e harvested. A double crib 26x42 eet will be built at the county arm, replacing the old one of many ears' standing. Greg Ramer of has the contract for the ne to be built by the J. A. John- ons, while others who will build re John Erpcldlng and James Uack. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Barr were unday dinner guests of Mr. and \f rs. John Weber. Stanley Butler of Roosevelt. Mln- esota, and his father accompanied y their housekeeper vlslfd last aturday at the Bern Terhunes. Mrs. A. J. Brown was very plens- ntly surprised on Tuesday nfter- oon when eighteen of her friends nd relatives arrived at her home o help her celebrate her birthday. Late In the afternoon lunch was erved. The Mesdames Hugh Raney, Paul lack and Hal Skilllng were among hose from this vicinity who attend- d the Plum Creek Literary society t the home of Mrs. Ethel Johnon, at Doan, last Wednesday. Ow- ng to the fact this was a postponed meeting the next regular meeting will not be held until Oct. 26, when Carrie Johnson will be hostess o the club. Mrs Alex Smith of Portland, Oregon, was a guest last week of the J. A. Jonhsons, the Johnsons motoring to Ames on Sunday for Mrs. Smith to take a train for her eturn trip home. Mrs. Smith will be remembered here by older res- dents as being the adopted daugh- er of Mr. and Mrs. John Daub, and a half sister of Mrs. Hattle Stewart Vincent day until Thursday last week at ths home of Mra. Bates' sister, Mrs. William Evans. Henry Green was surprised on his birthday last Wednesday evening when several friends gathered at their home. After a social time, a lunch was served by the guests. Mrs. Francis Slevolt and baby of Maple Hill, Mrs. Emll Larson and Mrs. Francis Torlne visited last Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Sievolt's father, Ed Anderson, near East Chain. Observes 81st Birthday LuVerne: The 81st birthday of C. H. Llchty was observed last week Tuesday evening when his children who live here and their families spent the evening at his home. The children included Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Allen and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Robinson. The birthday was on Wed- Carlylc H. Becker REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR COUNTY RECORDER I nm married, the father of two children and trained for the office Your Support and Vote Will bo Ornately Appreciated 42-43-45 Swea-Eagle News Swea-Eagle: Several AAA meet- Ings have been held at various places and this year's program is well under way. At a county meet- Ing in Algona last Monday O. L Thorson was rcelected as vice pros Ident, Robert Offensteln sealer foi Swca and Eagle and Richard And erson sealer for Grant and Harrl son. The men were In DCS Moine, last week Tuesday where they at tended a state meeting where th 1939 farm program was explained. Observes 85th Birthday Many leaders of Eagle township packed well filled baskets and went to the Wm. Barker home In Swea City last Wednesday afternoon and surprised Mrs. Norrls who lives with r . .. . _• l___ BSEAL. l.l«*l»_ She Really Wouldn't Have To Tell... Weisoroa, puunuity VIIBMI*nt»*i. *^v- surprised jnr». A-*VI»I» »¥»iv ,•»•,» ...... operators were Mesdames, A. M. I the Barkers, It being her 85th birth- Meyers, Melvln Mansager, G. V. Glf-! day. She still enjoys good health, fin, Ernest Votteler« Carl Beck, j j^rs. Barker and her husband lived Olaf Norland, Nels Nelson, Hans in Eagle many years, and-m'oved to Larson and Paul Cornelius. ~ ..— -— «•Buys First '39 -Oar Wesley: Tho». A, McMahon purchased the first 1939 model car here last Tuesday. It la a two-door Pontiac quality six sedan and was purchased from, F. J. Hauptman, the local Pontlao dealer. s vis Nyman, J. Sprank, Betty Marlow; sophomores—Dorothy Jensen, Gerald Radlg, Lucille Genrlch, Dor- Is Blanchard; freshmen—Dorothy Hobson; eighth grade—Virginia Frye, Catherine Mae Householder; Swea°Clty seven years ago. Mr. Barker passed awa four years ago. Ellen Berg, Jessie Cleveland and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Asp of Chlcago vlslted last week at the home of Andrew Berg. Mr, and Mrs. T. B. Batea of DM Molnes were visitors from. Wedne*- BUT SHE DOES! Her friends an\' say ytm would never think to look at her that she paid so little for her good looking jlotlies... but she makes no secret of it. She's proud of it. She's proud of the price tags, pleased with the simple good taste she finds in The Smart economy shop of . Dresses of Chardo suede cloth and all jersey, spun rayons, 14 to 40 at $2.95 Five groups of wool and winter weight hopsackl'ng dresses, $6.95 Georgeous dresses of silk, velvet, black and wine. $9.95 Kresensky's OFT WA SERVIG day. f rytSt v»»nn»»s»*w *•••-« »«.— — . seventh grade—Phyllis Seegebarth and Luella Ackerman; sixth grade —Helen Jensen; fourth grade- Joyce Marlow, Catherine Flaig. Phyllis Hawks; third grade, Shirley Culbertson, Beverly Lewis; second grade—Helen Sprank. Mr. and MM. Frederick Schultz made a business trip to Des Molnes Thursday. William Cameron of Austin, Minn, spent a few days last week at the Hugh Marlows. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Burt, Armstrong, spent Wednesday In town visiting relatives. Eugene Blanchard, who attends a business collugu ut Mason City, spent the week end ut the parental J. M. Blanchards. Mrs. Culvln Householder and Raymond Blerstedt attended the funeral of Mrs. John Arbogast, of Fenton, Friday afternoon. Alex Rudlg, accompanied by Frank Humphrey, Ed. Greinert and Henry Langerman, Fenton, made. u business trip to Sioux City. | Mrs. Hattio Sprank, Mrs. N. L. ' Cotton, Mrs. Harley Braddock, Mr^ Frank Householder, Mrs. Ralph The 8. S. 8. bridge club met on Thursday with Mrs, Charles Plathe of Bode. High prize went to Mrs. John Weydert, and low prize to Mrs. Lou Matern. Mrs. James Wey. dart, gUMt of the club, received a juest prize. A very nice luncheon vas served. Guewte of Air*. Ole AUUon Uutt week Sunday were her mother, Mra. August Anderson, her brother-in- law and »l»ter, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Swanaon and daughters, all of Gowrie, and another slater, Mrs Roy Briuison and two children of r ittim **w**.*v..~. . -" - Thompson and Mrs. Emtl Kraft at tended the Kossuth American Legion Auxiliary meeting at Fenton, Tuesday. Mrs I. W. Nelson, son Donald, MM. Frank Flaig, Mrs. W. G. Flaig, Mrs James Wudsworth, Mrs. Harris Wadsworth and daughter spent Friday afternoon with Mrs. Eugene Hoflus, Ottosen. Donald remained for the week end. ( Wesley Boy Honored on 15th Birthday Wesley: Ralph Bauer, Jr., was pleasantly surprised by a group of 16 young folks who gathered at the Los Angeles, Calif. Mr. and Mr». F. »L Curl drove to Sioux City Sunday to visit with „,.„„ „ friends and brought back their boroe ot hj g parents Tuesday night, •on, Floyd, who has been visiting o t n , 0 llc j p him celebrate his ' ~" B> — f ijfth birthday. After several hoars ot playing gomes, a delicious luncn was sarvad by his mother. with hi* grandparents at Fremont, Nebraska. Floyd, who is seven, started to scholo Monday at Bryant. Mri. Curl recently bought tha Cora Miller Beauty shop. Malcolm Load, the twelve year old son of Mr. iiud Mrs. Henry Lund, was operated on for hernia last Friday at the Koasutb hospital, and in recovering nicely. Malcolm Is the Mason City Qlobe-Gasette carrier down town, and has more pep and amblton to do something than many older folks who have gone on relief. Picks 52 Bu. Corn Portland: Harm Groen, Albert Bunkofske, Del Fitch and son. Av- erv were business visitors at Titonku Friday. Avery U an early reporter on corn picking. He and his father have hybrid corn. Avery picked 52 oushtls in one afternoon of a <t last week and by hand Your City Water Department will install soft water service in your home or business and maintain and re-generate the softeners at the following prices: Installation Charge $3 Deposit to Guarantee Pay't of Acct. . $» Total ... $5 If soft water service is discontinued for any reason and your account is paid in full the $2.00 deposit will be refunded. Charges for the Service—$1 per month when one regeneration per month will take care of your requirements. 50c for each re-generation per month. If the softener is connected just ahead of your hot water heater and only your hot water is softened the $1 charge per month will care for the average home. When making application for the service the water department will compute from your water bill if any extra re-gene rations per month will be necessary. Enjoy the magic of soft water, use only one-tenth of the soap formerly used, protect your clothing from extra wear while washing and from deterioration from strong washing compounds. Also save on replacements of hot water coils in furnace and water heaters. Also save on electric current in your water heaters as there will be no scale to hinder transmission of heat into the water. The Savings are Greater Than the Cost This service is now available also in EstHerville. Mason City, Sanborn, Iowa City, Newton, Hanley, Hampton, and se /eral other Iowa cities, and is the answer of soft water for a community at minimum cost. Culligast Zeolite Co. Northbrook, 111.

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