The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 8, 1934 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 8, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, March 8,1934 Mrs. Vera Walter* left Tuesday to rein Des Moines. Fred Hanselman of West Bend was a guest of Gottlieb Qronbach last Sunday. Mrs. Al Spongberg visited her daughter, Emma, at Stanley, where she Is teaching. Her. afld Bin. P. J. Braner visited the Lutheran parsonage at Gamer last week Friday. The Win. Kennedy family were after, •noon visitors Sunday at the Treptow borne in. Hurt. MM. Wallace Donovan and son spent •Wednesday at the William Treptow Home In Hurt. - ,- , Mr. antf Mrs. Horace Glapsaddle were dinner guest* Sunday evening at the Jted Bartholomew homer Art tforastifom is the new clerk at the Rlchttfdf»n Furniture store. He began wprk' thie first of the week. Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddie oj Burt left Friday for Cedar Rapids So visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W, F. Main. G. A. Bfunson of DCS 'Moines was to Algona Thursday calling on friends and looking after business matters. Dr. arid Mrs. Peters of Burt and Mr) and Mrs. Wm. Bourne and Dr. M. O. Bourne (spent Sunday with Mrs. Wm. Treptow. of Burt. John jJergenson returned last week after spending the winter In southern Illinois.; Lots of snow there but not from Btooifcington here. Rev. W. H. Senile, Mr. and Mrs. John HohenWrger all W Llvermore visited at the Gottlieb Gronbach and George Hohenberger homes Monday,, Mrs. W. R. Laird of Sioux Falls, South tyakota, arrived Sunday evening tot a few days' visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe CosgTove. . Dennfa, Beck<* returned March it. from Illinois, Where he-had been vU- ttlng the past two.months with friends at Aurora, DeKalb and Sterling. Mrs. Edythe M. DaUey la expected Home Monday of next week'from New York and Chicago where she has been taken special work in hah- cutting and other phases of beauty culture. . and nourishing down to Uto last slice. .,'.' Httow Tow* " • •'"' Pan RoHa—Ovea-freah *.•'• You:won't know bow good rolls can !be until youVe tried these. 1-Just "h«*t and eat" . Wilson Bakery Mrs. Wm. Moore and baby of Ro- ohelle, Illinois, came last week for a visit at the home of Mr Moore's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Madden of near Fenton were dinner guests Friday with the former's aunt, Mrs. Wm. Treptow of Burt. After dinner all called on Mrs. Treptow s niece and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mavtin Jensen of Algona. Charles Hoffman came home from Luxemburg, Iowa, recently after paying a short visit to his mother's home. Theodore Thflges of Bode made the trip with him. Charlie Is well known as the "oil baron" of South PhUUps street. Mr. and Mrs. A. Grosenbach and family of Sexton moved their household goods Thursday to a farm near Grlnnell where they will now make their home. The Orosenbach family is here and will be greatly The Lutheran pastors of the Algona circuit met Monday afternoon at tie Trinity Lutheran church for the pur- !**» to study "Stewardship". After the meeting a delicious lunch was served to the pastors by .the Trinity Lutheran Ladles' Aid. Miss Kate Laughrin, who makes her home with her sister, Mrs. John Lamuth, observed her 89th birthday on Tuesday of this week. She celebrated it very quietly. Miss Laughrin is remarkably spry and able for her age and is up and around every day. Mr. and Mrs. Albert ShWeler and son, Junior, of Fort Omaha, arrived on Friday to visit his mother, Mrs. Ray Barton, Albert has a month's furlough. They left Tuesday to visit his sister, Mrs. Emit Schroder and family at Preston. Mrs. Barton accompanied them. Margaret Habeger, Margaret Vigars and Ella Zumaeh are expected home for the week end tomorrow (Friday). The winter fterm win have ended at the Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Falls where the three girls are students and on Monday they will start their spring term. Dr. and Mrs. Wm. Presnell of Charlotte are the parents of a son born on Sunday at the Jane Lamb hospital in Clinton. The Presnells have two little daughters but this is the first son, and the Algona grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. PresneU, Sr., are rejoicing over the new arrival. Ml*s Margaret Hutyerman uras released Saturday from the Kossuth hospital where she has been quarantined for the past month because of an attack of scarlet fever. She resumed her teaching duties of the sixth grade Monday. Mrs. Duane Dewel has been substituting for her in her absence. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. SJostrand of St. Peter, Minnesota, visited at the home of their son. Rev. M. A. SJostrand, Saturday and Sunday. They were accompanied by Dorothy Sellstrom, student at Gustavus AdolpHus College at St. Peter. Dorothy visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Sellstrom. Mrs. C. W. Blake, accompanied by Miss Mildred Hosklns, camu Monday for a week's visit with her niece. Mrs. Clark Grton, and slater, Mrs. D. L. Driver. Mrs. Blake Is to the employ of the Wott* Studio of Des Moines and baa, been with. them foe the last eight jeM^workln* in Indiana and niton)*. Miss Hosklns drives lor her, .... Wm. C. Dau had * letter 'recently from Fred Schallin who la at present in the east where he has the agency for the valve seat reamers which are manufactured by the Norton Machine Works of Algona and distributed by Roy Button of Bancroft. At the time Fred was in New Brunswick, New Jersey, where he said he wu unable to drive his car for two days In the dty because of the recent snow storpv. New Brunswick is about thirty miles from New York, „ THE AIM AND IDEAL OF liSe TELEPHONE COMPANY " A • A telephone service for ihb nation, free in to far •* humanly po»- •Ible from imperfection*, errors or delay* and <M»^hilng may one, anywhere, at any time to pick up a telephone and talk to any one •Ice, anywhere cite, clearly and the Ua*t cost to the pub- lie eoncUtenl with the lafely of the • *•>"•< Tha Bdi TflJtwlMtts OBBUMHBT b the Bell 8y*t*« cowpaay wUck imanM* in So«tk D*- kMa, I^rtli Halwta Mta, !•«• a«4 Nifcrnifci MOATHWSfTMN MU TfUMOMI COMPANY Fanny Green Fluhart Buried at Irvington Mrs. Fanny Fluhart of Shellsburgr died March 3, after a brief Illness. Mrs. Fluhart was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Green, who lived in the Irvington neighborhood for many yean. Funeral services were held Monday at Sheusburg and the body was brought to Irvington in the afternoon for interment beside her parents. R«v. A. English was in charge of the services at Irvington. Fanny Green came to Iowa with her parents from Freeport, Illinois, where she was born two years before on September 23, 1877. The family located ten miles southeast of Algona. On December 25, 1917, she was united in marriage to Charles E. Fluhart of Shellsburg. With the exception of three years spent in Oregon she lived he* married life in or near Shellsburg. As a young woman she united with the Methodist church at Livenmore. After her marriage she with her husband united with the Parkers Grove teaptist church, later moving their membership to the Baptist church in Shellsburg. Mrs. Fluhart is survived by her hus- rid, one brother, Emory J. Green of Bode, two sisters. Lulu Sheriff of Waukon, and Mrs. Chas. E. Bryden, wife of the Baptist minister at Bancroft and one niece. Miss Helen Brydfen, who teaches at Buffalo Center and many friends. i Fenton Seeks Bank Fenton: The Community club met last Thursday evening. Discussion was held on the possibilities of a bank for Fenton. Drs. J. A. Mueller and S. W. Meyer and J. F. Newel were appointed to see the bank officials at Burt and Whittemore and find If they can offer a favorable proposition in the way of a branch bank. Ira and Lulu Kohl and Zora Keith drove to Mason City Thursday on business. ;.,..j W y Mr. and'in*. <&. D. srundage and daughter; Mftxttie,' visited friends in Mason <Hty Sunday. Mr. and Mrs.'M. J. Duffy were dinner guest* of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dor- welter of West Bend Sunday. Kenneth Anderson, of Ames, brother of Mrs. Viola Bishop, was a visitor at the A. A. Bishop home over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Irons were visitors at the home of the tatter's sister, Mrs. C. F. Nugent,* at Spencer Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Martini of Emmetsburg were visitors at the home of their daughter, Mrs. H. L. Hoenk, on Monday. Helen Goeders is still confined to her bed after an Illness of ten days. She Is quite ill with an abcesa In each of her ears. A. E. Michel, district engineer In connection with CWA work at Deo Moines, spent the week end with his wife and family here. Ruth Bishop spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop. Miss Bishop is now teaching in the Eagle Grove schools. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice McMahon were visitor* at the home of the latter'a mother. Mrs. Elizabeth. Mangan, in Mln- neapoUn over the week end. MSary Helen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hudson, to quite 111 at this time, suffering wltfa Inflammation of the glands which Is very painful Dr. and Mrs. John Keneflek and son, Michael, drove to Eagle Grove Sunday to spend the day with «he former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Keoe- flck. Mrs. A. A. Bishop attended a district committee meeting of the Foreign Missionary society at the home of Mrs, Alma Wmtts at Clear Lake yesterday (Wednesday). Mrs. Dow, HUBan* and ' daughter, Donna Jean, returned to their home in Flandreau. South Dakota, Wednesday morning after visiting the past few daya at the A. E. Kreaenaky home. Katherine Cavanaugh, and Ray Cook spent Sunday In Fort Dodge where they visited the former*, mother and slater. Mrs. oavanaugh Is, at the present, visiting her daughter, Mrs. James Allen. Rev. A. English and daughter, Mrs. Casey Loos, 'attended a monthly ministers' .meeting at the home of Rev. Arch Conde of Weat Bend Monday. Following a dinner the afternoon wa* •pent socially. Mr. and Mrs. Art Falk and daughter of Titonka moved Into the Earl Vincent home Sunday. Mr. Falk is employed In th* wpalr department of the McCormkkSPferltW building on East State streetT^ Kenneth Cairy of Waterloo came the first of the week for a few days' visit with relatives and friends to this community. He la a brother of Mr*. Harry Seeley of Algona and of the late Editor Setti Cairy of Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Joynt and two children vtetted the latter'a parent*, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Relnders at Mallard on Sunday. John Joynt of Mallard returned with them and will visit for a few daya at his brother's home. Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Black and family have moved from their home here on East State street to a farm near Irvington and the Lyle Black family of Sexton have moved into the house vacated by the Cleo Black family. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Sheehan left Friday for Maxwell, Iowa, where they were called because of the serious illness of the fonner'a mother, Mrs. Wm. Sheehan. When they returned Sunday she was getting along a little better. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Foughy, former resident here, moved recently from Des Molnea to their former farm which Is located In toe northeast part of town near the Catholic cemetery. Toe Fou- gnya moved from here about six years ago. James Cooney was released from the hospital Sunday where be has been confined the cast two weeka following an operation for hernia. He i» now recuperating at Uu home of ihia parent*. Mr. and Mr*. Jame* Cooney, who live in Lott* Creek township. Mr. and Mr*. John Isaacson moved oare from PairfiekL low*, the latter part of last week and will make their taom* pemane&Uy hen. They have moved Into ttw Joha WUUams horn* en Weat College atratt. Urn. laaao- wn wa* fomwrly a etookwall girl and formeily lived bant. *Ua» Floy Horn, Miai Nancy Ruth Ranaud. MU» Leona Krampe aad MM* Margaret Morria, teaohen to th» local •• achooi. *p*nt to* *•* M« to a. Due to tt» heriiiiii of th* haakeb- ^•^•a^aam^ aaiai waav •PMHPMWF^ * VHRrjT wWei^ 4MPV WP. *M|WP The baby daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Wltham has been ill wit/h a severe cold and the mother is in the McCreery hospital at Whittemore very ill with the flu. John Batt was taken 111 Sunday and taken to the Kossuth hospital and underwent an operation Monday for appendicitis when on tt» dajr he was ed as doing nicely. Will Baker of Brooking*, South Dakota, left Tuesday evening to attend to business matters and a further visit with two sisters. He expects to return her this week end. Guests Sunday at the A. E. Clayton home were Miss Mildred Clayton of Bon City, George Kain, the Ward McWhorters and the Misses Mary and Florence Black. The latter two spent the week end there. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Gardener and tttle son of Bancroft and Swea City locality were visitors Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Gardener's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Potter and greeted old friends in Algona in the afternoon and «!so chopped thfre. Newton Taylor was taken home on Sunday as he has been at the Kossuth hospital for some time. He has about recovered from an operation for appendicitis and -when on the day he was to return home he fell ill with pneu- omnla. He lives with the Will Batt, Sr. family. The latter has been quite poorly, suffering from heart trouble. More than 20 were entertained on Sunday by Mrs. D. A. Teeter in surprise to Mrs. Verne Teeter in honor of her birthday. Those present were Mrs. H. P. Christensen and Margare* and the Ross Buffingtons of Titonka>; Messrs, and Mesdames Rudolph and Ed Larson of Wesley; Mrs. P. J. Larson and son, Harvey of Burt and the Vera and Franz Teeter families. Will Baker, Jr., of Brooking*, South Dakota. Visited old friends here for a week recently. He came here to attend the funeral of hia father, Wm. Baker at Kaneiwha. His wife has been in poor health for several years so none of the family came with him. His brother, George and wife of Nebraska City, Neb., were also here. The boys lived here many years with their parents, the homestead being the W- L. Martin farm now occupied by the Qeorge Braaee family, where n. F. Sparks has resided for many years, one mile west and one south of the church. Charles Wernert Dies, Four Survivors Here Charles Wernert, 83 year old retired farmer of Livermore, died in the hospital at Fort Dodge Tuesday morning. Mr. Wernert fanned around Livermore, prior to his retirement., for a great nurriber of years, and is quite well known here. He is a brother of Ignatius, Caroline, Catherine and Christina Wernert of this city, who survive' him. Mr. Wernert was born in Alsace, France, and came to this country when a small boy, with his parents and two Srotliers. They came directly to Dubuque, Iowa, where they lived a few years, coming to Algona from there. Later he married Mary Devlne of Livermore who is now deceased. Children surviving are: Mrs. Nick Blazen of White Lake, South Dakota; &rs. George Lenards of Livermore and Loretta of Washington. A son. Carl, is deceased. Brothers and sisters who ate living are: Mrs. Mary Sweeney of Dubuque, Joseph of Norton, Kansas; Mrs. M. J. Walsh of Livingston, Montana, Ignatius, Caroline, Catherine and Christine of Algona. Funeral services were held this morn- ng (Thursday) at 9:30 In the Sacred Hert church at Livermore. Interment was mad« at Livermore. Kindergarten for Pre- School Children Opens A new kindergarten was opened Monday morning under the supervision of Alice Kaln. Periods are held front 9 to 11 o'clock in the morning In an east room at the high school, included in the periods, music end rhythm are taught by Katherine McCall. Twelve pupils are enrolled: Joan Pletch, Virginia Lou Soanlan, Rosanne Reding, Billy Becker, Ann Stlllman Marjorlo Dewel, Diane Falkenhainer. Jas. Morris, Marilyn Tuttte, Blny Lee Fox, Gordon Wlnkel, Miriam Hoerner. New enrollments are welcome and mar be made up until Monday morning. The pubUo surely knows radio* and radio prces. What a reception those new Brunswick* at Gamble* have had —fpO.00 to £29.00 for your old radio on these new Brunswicks in Century of Progreaa style with Neon Tuning- Airplane Dial—Noise Eliminator. 10 Herman and Julius Becker spent a few days the latter part of the week visiting relatives and friends In Chicago. They (returned! (home Sunday morning. RuOh Devlne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Devlne, Is to stay at the home of her grandmother in Livermore, Where she will finish this year's high school work. Harold Friders, who has been working in this vicinity went to the Matt Becker home near Burt last week where he is to work taie coming anting and summer months. William Becker and Wilfred Schneider of Watklns, Minn., arrived here last Wednesday and will spend the coming year working for the Peter Hermanns and Julius Capesius respectively. Jimmie Bormann, three-year old son of Mr, and Mrs. Nick Bormann, Jr., was taken to Fort Dodge Mercy hospital last week Friday for medical treattmcnt. His mother Is staying at the hospital with him. Mrs. Bormann's sister, Christina Schmalen of West Bend is. attending to the household duties. Bert Grant; of Emmetsbji)rg spent Sunday with his daughter, Mrs. Orvllle Dlxon and family. Ms. and Mrs. HJwy Bates were callers at the Glen Jenklnson home last Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Merrill nnd the J. W. Schlltz family were guests on Sunday at the Entil Stoffel home. Anthony Stoffel spent several days at the Joe Arndorfer home in Cresco township assisting them with their moving. Miss Dorothy Keefe spent the week end at the Andrew Hansen home near TBonfca and attended a neighborhood card party. The Joe Matille family from Corwlth moved on Feb. 28 to the farm vacated by Joe Arndorfer, the latter going to Cresco township. A telephone meeting for line 20 was heht at the William MoArthur home (last Friday evening?. Geo. Kohl is president and Mrs. McArthuv Is the secretary. Mr. and Mrs. Rudoinh Will attended a birthday party last Thursday evening In honor of their nlccc, Ruth Lcnlnger, daughter of John Lenlnger, wlv> lives south and cast of Lone Rock. The president of the Mothers and Daughters club wishes to call the attention of its members to the cringe In the club meeting date, it will be held this Friday afternoon «t the horn* of Mr?. Mary Keefe irlth Marie Bod* as assisting hostess. The Wesley Householder family who lived In the Alfred Schenck tenant house, moved on Mondaj x> the Ohes- tfr Bailey tenant house, formerly occupied by the Orville Dlxon family, the latter moving to the Hargreaves farm west of Algona where Mr. Dixon will be employed for the romlng year. There was not much moving in this section of the townsJilp this March. Ira Ashing, on the former Jlmmle Neville farm, will work the land Just west of where he lived which waa formerly farmed by Albert Gould. Mr. Gould has rented a farm near Mallard. As there are no buildings on the land Mr. Ashing rented a house south of Hobarton where the family will live. A Mr. Coleman of near LuVerne haa rented the farm vacated by the Ashing*. Dance I. O. O. F. HALL Wednesday, March 14 TINY LITTLE and his orchestra Radio Artists FOR SALE LIVE STOCK PAVILION of hollow block and brick coustmlction. Dimensions 50x50x30. Also addition 60x32x12 of same construction. Sealed bids will be received on or before March 20, 1934. Agricultural Association E. L. Vincent, Sec'yv AGAIN THIS WEEK We visited the eastern style centers for an additional supply of Suits, Dresses, Coats and accessories to dress. With the decided upward trend in buying it was necessary for us. to make this second market trip this spring so as to keep the buying public's confidence that we are ALGONA'S STYLE CENTER Christensen Bros. Company ir ! - I Bring Your Foot Troubles to Us Special factory representative in store all day March 16th prmc) Hart Schaffner & Marx SUITS Just Arrived There are definite advantages for you in getting one of these suits today. You get a longer wearing season . . . you choose from a more complete stock . . . and you buy at a price that may be higher later. Robin Hood The BackroU Lee The Smartest Hat Obtainable $3.50 Colors : Snow pearl — squirre Hats grey— admiral blue. are silk lined. Lee C Jj The HUB Clothiers LEUTHOLIX—WILLIAMS—BEYHOLD8

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