The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 1, 1934 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 1, 1934
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The Algona, Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, March 1,1934 Ttev. Aten of Burt visited friends -here Tuesday. Jofcn Simon inoved the first of the ^reek to the .Mrl. J. I. Troutman farm. Stanley Oreiner and Evan Wnnell *pent Friday in Des Molnes at the auto Peter Sarlette of Carroll, Iowa, was a guest of Bernadine Barnes over the week end. Naojnl Keneflek, of Eagle Grove, sis*« «*. D ^ J 55 1 > Keneflek, .yiMted at MB home Tuesday. Sj? 6 <** de « o': Cylinder ftr- .* 1 ^.* 01 ! a *te»t wit* her bro. r. Tony Ooedew. <X a, Lindsay. who suffered a stroke «centiy, Is able to be up and around again at thla writing. Mr. and Mrs. Jack WUllama of Spencer were visitors at the home of Mrs. IMe cady Thursday. Helen Ooeders has been confined to her bed since Saturday suffering with *n abcesa in her ear. Mr. and Mrs. Frank oeigel spent Wednesday in Renwiclfwith the form- •nr* brother. Henry, who Is In 111 health. Rev. and Mrs. H. ft. wrede of Garner and daughter were callers at the Trinity Lutheran parsonage last week Tues- , MacDougali was « business •visitor to Des Molnes Friday, several raen went with htan to attend the auto ' Hari*. Ptti Kohlhaas, 'John Hauptmann of wealey and Mr. paul- «ob^0f Brttt attended the auto show «» Dea Molnes Thursday,. The four men are Chevrolet dealers and sales- &XOWXXB^^ New Brimmed Hats for Spring To our clientele we offer a splen- dW assortment of spring hats. The newest styles and colon in both brimmed and close fitting shapes—for your furless coat or swagger suit. Plenty of large head sizes $2.96 Hie Elite Thomas Carmody and son, George, o Whlttemore wet* gueste of the former's daughter, Mrs. H. A. Hargreaves re cently. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Carey and Mr and Mrs. Bruce Eckflart were guests oj Mr. and Mrs. Roy Crawford Saturdaj evening. Roland White of Iowa Falls was a guest at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis McWhorter over the week end. Esther Lavrenz began work in the National Reemployment office Monday morning. She is employed there bj T. A. Trauger. Mr. and* Mrs. Bernard Tiemey and family of Mason city visited the former's mother, Mrs. George Roltzbauer over the' week end. J. C. Skow of near Wesley called here Tuesday in the interest of a count] Sunday School institute to be held a< Bancroft March 8th. Mrs. Rebecca McDonald, mother of Postmaster James McDonald, is quite 11 at this writing. Her many friends wish her a speedy recovery. Mrs. Margaret Henderson, mother of Mrs. Elsie Cady, has been quite ill the past week threatened with pneumonia At this writing she is a little improved Rev. c. Paul Carlson left for Minneapolis Saturday. Rev. Raymond Kre-' sensky had charge of the services at the Presbyterian church Sunday in his absence. , August Huenhold, the proprietor of the Algona Greenhouses, and a highly respected and widely known citizen celebrated his 65th birthday last Saturday. •:'••'.. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Schulta of Des Molnes were visitors over the week end at the August Strom home. Mrs fichutts is, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs )3»rom. .!•" " • •--...-:•• and Mrs. N. P. Hoover, and daughter of Maton City and son, Harold H., of Chicago were guests Thursday of Mrs. Hoover's sister, Mrs. O. S. Buchanan, . ,, ; ', ; , .;.! . > '• Spring housecleanlng was under way the first part of the week in Chris- tenaen Bros, dry inods store. Wall* and 'woodwork ..were' .washed Sunday and Monday. Mr. and Mrs. George Hbert accompanied by Mrs. Cliff Frane and baby. Johnnie, and Mrs. Cidney Laird attended ttie auto show at Dea Moines Friday-ana Saturday. ''••• Mrs. E. J. Kelly of Mason City, formerly Gertrude Sheridan, librarian here, visoited friends in Algona Friday. She also attended the meeting of the Woman's club. Mr. and Mrs. Howard R. Wolle and daughter, Joan, of Minnesota Lake, Minnesota, visited at the home of the former's sister, Mrs. Louis Lynk. Mrs. Lynk's mother, Mrs. W. H. Wolle, returned from Sioux City where she has been staying the past few weeks and was met at her daughter's home by Mr. Welle of Belmond on Sunday also. That evening the two couples returned to their homes. 1 * 1 ****^^ CROQUIGN01E Permanents $3.50 For a limited time. Morrison Beauty Shop Phone 379. 88X&&0®C^^ You are invited to attend Our Spring Showing =of= Oliver Farm Machinery THURSDAY, MARCH 8 We will have on display How Ooj> Tractors Row Crop Cultivators Superior Spreaders Stover Mills Stover Has Engines Wagon gears and boxes Corn Planters Horse and Tractor Gang Plows Rotary Hoes One and Two How Cultivators Horse and Tractor discs The New 1934 Models of Dodge ««i Plymouth Cars FREE LUNCH Will Be Served Free Pri» Drawing, Will be Held »tll«nd 4 Elbert Garage Algona, Iowa Mtea Audra potter is again in high school after an attack of flu. The condition of John Williams, now at Spencer, remains about the same. Mrs. ftendersofti, mother of Mrs. Elsie* Cady, is ill threatened with the pneumonia. ' Ralph Horigajn and Howard Beardsley spent the week end in Algona with their families. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt and Mrs. Thos. Ralpin attended the auto show in Des Molnes Friday. Dr. and Mrs. W. D. Andrews and Mrs, Donald Nugent spent several days last week in Dea Moines. Miss Laurine Peterson, teacher at the Bryant school, spent the week end at her home in Cowrie, Idwa. O. H. Brundage of Waterloo was a guest at the home of his brother, O. D. Brundage Monday evening. Mrs. Russell Weaver, now living in Mason City, came Monday for a visit here with friends until Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Norman and family and Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Holmes, ST., spent Sunday at Austin, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Towne were business visitors in Des Molnes, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of last week. Betty Lou, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. V, Towne, wan confined to Jhw home the first part of the week with a severe cold. County Engineer R. M. Smith was confined to his home from Thursday until Monday with, a severe attack of pleurisy. Esther Lamuth and Carroll Puth of Osage, Iowa, motored to Fort Dodge Sunday where they visited at the Win Ryno home. Margaret Deninger of West Bend, sister of Mrs. Leo SpiUes, came Monday afternoon to tier sister's home for a few days' visit. The twelfth, grade business English class of the public school visited the Bell Telephone Exchange Company's building Tuesday of this week. ' Miss Ousta Winkle moved Monday from, the Vincent home and is now staying at the home of ftta. M. A. LuVerne, Wesley, Algona in Declam Contest Tuesday A declam contest was held Tuesday evening at the high school auditorium between Algona, Wesley and LuVerne. The judges. Principal and Mrs. Harris Dickey of Emmetsburg and Supt. L. J. Thies of Britt, made the following awards: oratorical class, first, "Vengeance is Mine" by Richard Niver of Luverne, second, "War and Peace" by Richard Norton of Algona, third, "Pitfalls of Peace" by Iva Mae Ward of Wesley. In the dramatic class, first, "The Alien" by IsabelM Greenberg of Algona, second, "Submerged" by Vernon Lang of LuVerne and third, "Madame X" by Louise Kunz of Wesley. In the humorous class, first, "Open Wider, Please" by Evan Llchty of LuVerne, second, "Leading Lady" by Kathleen Evans of Algona and third. "Biff Perkins' To. boggan" by Maurice De Boer of Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Lovett, daughter KatWeen.«nd, son Billy of Fort Dodge, spent Friday Anight at the L. Olsch home on tttelr way to Minnesota. Mrs. Don Huliard and daughter, Donna Jean of Plandreau, South Dakota, has been A guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Kresensky since last Thursday. Mdvin Roupe has been in the past few days with an attack of the flu and has- been confined to his home, Melvin Is employed at the, Richardson Furniture stor*. •• • .• : :.. : -•'.•••• ;-.-..•• Kenneth Stephenson was 01 with the Bu last week, but was able to return to work Monday. Mrs. Clayton Palmer helped out at the Basket Grocery during his illness. Mary Glsch, who teaches the Dlst. No. 5 school was ill the first of the week and there was no school Monday. Mrs L. Glsch, who has been ill is improving at this writing. !' John Ward and sister, Sylvia, and tier friend, who are enroute to Los Angeles and from there to China, are now visiting their sister, Mrs. Earl Reed, who lives near here. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Browne of Des Molnes returned to their home Wednesday after a few days visit at the home of Mrs. Browne's parents, Mr and Mrs, Marjtto Bonnstetter. Mrs. A. TJWemdorf left "Sunday for Chicago after visiting since before the holidays at the home of her daughter Mrs. D. H. Goeders. She makes her home in Chicago with her eon, Ed Uhlendorf. Jim Fool and Milton Norton drove Des Molnes Tuesday to attend the iumbeman's convention being held there. They were accompanied by Harry Hull, receiver of the Kossuth County State Bank. P. J. Kohlhaas was recently elected director of District No. 3 of the Iowa Automotive Merchants' Association. The' dstrict includes Kossuth, Winnebago, Hancock, Worth, Cerro Oordo and Franklin counties. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Miller came home Junday from Minneapolis where they lad visited for a week at the homes of their daughter, Mrs. Lories Crawford and their sister-in-law, Mrs. Alice Miler and daughters, June and Gladys. Mrs. Lloyd Bohannon and Mrs. J. A. lancy left Monday morning on the bus for Los Angeles, California. They will visit friends and relatives there and other points in California before returning home. They expect to stay or about a month. The Baptist Ladies realized about $11 from the Kale of cookies at their bake s«2e which was held lost week at the Nelson Hardware in connection with Mr. Nelson's demonstration of stoves. Free cookies were given away to visitors during the demonstration. Fern Glsch, who is attending college at Cedar Falls, spent the week end at the home of her parents in Union township. Raymond Kramer, Mary and Larry Olsch took her as far as Brltt Sunday and from there she accompanied Dorothy Truitt back to Cedar Falls. Mary Lee Nugent received honorable mention on a book review she submitted in the intermedaite class in the Children's Book Review contest which was sponsored by the Des Moines Register. The contest closed Sunday when the winning reviews were published on the book page. Mrs. Cora Virgin left Friday afternoon for Lafayette, Indiana, to attend funeral services Sunday for a brother- in-law, a Mr. Virgin. Mrs. Irene Gilmore accompanied her. They made the trip by auto. After visiting relatives in Indana, they expect to visit near Chicago and to return this week end. Mrs. Otto Bonnstetter, daughter-in- law of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bonnstet- dled Saturday night at Rochester, where she had been a patient for the past few weeks. The Bonnstetters lived at Worthington, Minnesota, and Mrs. Bonnstetter was a former West Bend girl. The funeral was held Tuesday afternoon at West Bend. Mrs. P. V. Jause returned Saturday from Oklahoma City, where she had been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Harold Miller and husband the past six. weeks. Mrs. Janse made the trip south with her daughter who had been here for the holidays. While she was away Mm. Jatue flew to Houston. Texas, and back and visited her son, Hector who is a physician there. Mildred DeOraw was home from Cedar Falls for a week end visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. DeGraw. White here she made the acquaintance of her new nephew. Donald Eugene McGinnls, who was bora February a. to Mr. and Mr* Cecil Kc- Olnni*. Th« baby J» the first child far th« McGinn** MiWwd i» teaching in the Cedar Falls schools. R. E. Menzel, son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Weaver, was recently appointed professor of chemistry In the towa State College at Ames. He will take the place of the late Dr. Lcw- rnnn. Mrs. W. F. Jenklnson is seriously ill again. A granddaughter, Eleanor Crulkshahk, R. N., Is taking care of her. A son, Dr. Harry Jenkinson and family of Iowa City arrived here Monday for a visit. Mrs. W. W.' Sullivan spent the week end in Sioux City with her husband who is heavy weight sales inspector for the northern port of Iowa. Wade is ln- speoung the State City Btdck yard scales this week. Wallace MacDougali drove to Mason CHy Sunday to bring Mrs. MacDougali and little son. Bobbie, back .with him. Mrs. MacDougali has been visiting tor several days at the hcjme'pl her parent* Mr. and Mit».-,Fredv7^ibbeslng. Hoyt Raney. student' at Iowa State College, it Ames, visited his patents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Raney, Saturday and, Sunday. He wa» accompanied by Maynard Stephenson, also a student at the Iowa State College, 'who; also- visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Stephenson. • ' !"*jiy. Mr. and Mrs, Emmett Jsckman will move their household goods to Whltte- more Sunday whereviEmmett will assume. a new position as manager of the meat department in the H. R. Zumaoh meat market and grocery store. Emmett ha* been employed at the Basket ' store. ', ... Mrs. Belle Melggs and Mrs. Flora TIM returned . here Tuesday .morning • after about a month's visit with friends and relatives in the south. They visited at Jacksonville, Florida, DeRiddir, Louisiana, and saw the Mardl Oras at New Orleans before returning here. ' They also visited in Des Molnes a few days. Mr. «md Mrs. Fore$t Twogood of Los Angeles, California, arrived Wednesday afternoon for a visit at. the home of Mrs. Twogood's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Haggard. Mrs. Twogood will spend the summer here but her husband leaves today for New Orleans to join the American Association League with whom he will play baseball again thla summer. Mr. Twogood coaches at the University of California. Among those from here who attended the Joint county Legion and Auxiliary meeting at Swea City Tuesday evening are: Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Merritt, Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Herbst, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dau, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wray, Mr. and Mrs. John Duttoh, Mr. an< Mrs. W. C. Irelan, Mr. and Mrs. G. D Brundage, Miss Arnold, Mrs. Harold Gllmore, Mrs. M. A. and Fred Bartholomew, John Momyer, Joe Bloom, Chas Berringer, Matt Streit, and J. D. Lowe E. A. Schemel Goes To Geneva Bank E. A. Schemel has been transferred to Geneva, which is located near Hampton, to take charge of a recently closed bank. Mr. Schemel has been in charge of the two banks at Llvermore and will be greatly missed there. The Schem- els have maintained their home here and Mr. Schemel has driven back and forth to work. Mrs. Schemel and son. Mart, will now, however, make their home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Weaver, until school is out. West Bend Teacher Is Emergency Case West Bend: Miss Ruth Williamson, junior high teacher, became very ill Thursday night and the doctor pronounced it appendicitis. She grew worse and was taken to a hospital at Sioux City jjhere she *as operated on that same evening. Her-parents who live at Sloan. Iowa, met them at Storm Lake and accompanied them- Her place Is being filled at the present time t>y Mrs. Milton Wolto. Bet- many Friends, both In the school and out. hope for her speedy recojfrv. Miss Kuckenbecker, who accompanied tier. returned Monday- and reported her as getting along nicely. Mrs. Bonn*tetter Funeral The remains of Mrs. Otto Bonnstetter of Worthington, Minn., were brought to the Borne of. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Bonnstetter Sunday from Rochester, Minn., where she parsed away Saturday evening of double bneumonia. The funeral was held Tuesday and burial was in the West Bend cemetery. Mrs. Bonnsbetter lived here as a girl as Beatrice Cunningham. Mrs. Emily Fisher who has been in the hospital in Omaha tor two months returned to her home here and is slowly Imorovlng. Mr. and Mrs. Daubendiek returned from Rochester, Minn., Tuesday where Mrs. Daubendiek went for weaMncnt. Rev. and Mrs,F. W. Whitford drove to Sioux City Wednesday and brought their daughter, Thelma. home. The basketball teams went to Mallard Friday evening to olay the return game and both teams were deTeatedin a rough and hard fought- game. The score of the boys' game was 28 to 7 and the girl* 1 IT to 18. B. F. Bliss and daughter, Evtelyn drove 40 Mason City Friday to see Mrs. Bliss who lifts been fli the hospital since having a mastoid operation last week. The Ladies Social Literary club mem. bers and their {husbands enjoyed a sumptuous dinner at the Phil Dor- weller home,. Tuesday evening. Mrs. V. H. Reid and Mrs. Frank Mikes sang a number of duets during the dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Law of Ellendale, Minn., who plan on living here, lad the misfortune (0 have some of iheir furniture broken, when the truck they were being hauled down here in, upset. This Is indeed unfortunate for a young couple just getting a start in life. Mrs. Law was Julia Neweth of this place before her marriage. The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Kramer tias recovered from the pneumonia. The Louis Germans recently visited the latter'a sister, Mrs. Cliff Dehnert and family in St. Paul. Tlie Alex McLeans are moving on the H. I. Sabtn tenant farm. The Andrew Funks will go to Lotts Creek. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Hargreaves left Tuesday morning for Iowa City to be wlbh their eldest daughter, who is to undergo an operation. Mrs. Ray Miner and children of Storm Lake who have been visiting here have been sick with colds. Billy was quite sick with the flu. John Loss returned Monday evening after having visited his daughter. Ro- lella, at Oakdale whom he reports as mproving. Atrs. John Blerl of Templeton vls- frweek before last at the homes of her daughters, Mesdames Louis German and Ben Dwinger. The George Kohns moved to Minnesota from the Haynes farm. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Haynes of Peorla, 111., ex- You, too, can buy your tires with the money you save on oil at Gamble stores. Guaranteed E. A. E. 20 for spring driving, 9%c. qt., bulk 15 gal. lots. 0 SHEEP For Sale '200 good western" ewes in lamb $ AOO Per Head WMle they last. McDonald & Co. Iowa State Bank Bldg. Phone 120. The Staff of Life in Superior Form j Our breads are the befit the baker can create. They are baked as though they were not turned out by hundreds of loaves daily. A special recipe Insures for your table something different. Try a loaf today and you'll be a steady buyer. We make Home Made Bread, Home Town Bread, also a variety of dark breads. Bakery Wilson pect to come March 15 to occupy farm. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Potter took VM former's sister. Mrs. Alta Stiles of Charles City on Saturday to a Chicago specialist for an examination for arthritis. O. S. Moors accompanied thein and will visit his mother and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Olson were pleasantly surprised Thursday evening when 2S friends came in bringlrir refreshments. Five hundred was nlay- ed. R. E. Morgan won high score and Hazel Powell, low. The Olsons are movinn into Algona. This ad if presented at LONG'S Food Shop is good for lOc on a dollar ^purchase of Meats and Groceries Fine Watches The repairing and cleaning of such,ds a branch-of our business to which we always pay the j,taost , careful attention. Somebody jnay repair a watqh to the best of his ability and the article may soon be as troublesome as before. That's the difference bet ween expert work and ordinary work. We take particular pride in repairing timepieces that require extroardinary care, though we .neyet Slight anybody's work. In every case we guarantee satisfaction at moderate prices. We have all shapes and sizes in watch crystals, either glass or unbreakable. Wehler's Diamond, Watches, Jewelry Fine Repairing of All Kinds Phone 240 Algona, la. CHEVROLETS Just Arrived a Truck Load of Chevrolets**** * . •. Come in and See Them Kohlhaas Bros. Phone 200 •••••••••••••••I CREAM The Favorite Dessert The family wants something light and tasty and you want more leisure for your days activities. You can fulnil both desires by calling 270 and ordering some of our delicious Taylor Made Ice Cream. We have a variety of flavors in bulk ice cream and also packed special molds for holiday occasions. If you are planning a St.. Patrick's day party serve a specially molded ice cream. Have you heard about our Newly weds and Pink Ladies? Something new in the way of dessert. Serve it to your bridge club. Algona Ice Cream and Candy Factory Public Sale Saturday, March 3, at 1:00 P. M, Sharp Eiddle Sale Pavilion, Phone 79, Algona We are listing stuff every day and will not give a complete list for this sale, but we have the best offering of furniture that we have offered at any time, to be sold at public auction or private sale. On our Saturday sale we will sell our usual amount of live stock consisting ol horses, cattle, brood sows and other feeding hogs. HOUSES — including 1 gray mare nine years old, wt. 1400 Ibs., sound; 1 bay mare, wt. 1200 Ibs., smooth mouth. CATTLE — of all kinds. Milk cows, including yearlings, calves, also 4 head of Holslein cows giving milk, 2 Holstelu heifers, 1 Holstelu bull, 14 months old, 3 Hoistein calves. 7 head of Hampshire Brood Sows, bred. Other sows and a number of fail pigs. Two cream separators, 1 Mellotte, 1 Beatrice with motor, also "i H. P. motor, 1 sheep shear Ing machine. live or six rooms, including All kinds of repossessed furniture consisting of chairs, tables, kitchen cabinets, dressers, beds. In fact enough complete line to furnish, five or six rooms, including 1 Shaw piano. Bring what you have to sell and be on hand to buy what you waat. TERMS — Cash. No property to be removed until settled, for. C. 0. Riddle, Auctioneer Sak pavfllon east of C. A N. W. depot List property with Jesse Riddle at the Coryell Oil Station, Phone 83. ox auctioneer. •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••I

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