The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 15, 1934 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 15, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, March 15,1934 tor. and Mrs. John Belser And Alice wn* wet* business visitors in Mason City Monday. Harold Palfcenhainer of Des Moines •visited friends and relatives hew over the week end. A Mrs. T. H. Ohrtechllies was 111 with the flu last week and confined to her *ed most of the time. Mrs. C**t Williams was a guest at *J***sr given by Mrs. August Lee at BHtt Thursday night. . Bupt. H. P. C. Mueller of Port Dodge w**» guest at the home of Rev. P. -J. Braner last Friday. Rev. t. fUchmann of Hurt was a «rtler at the Trinity Luttieran parsonage last Friday evening. Mrs. Sylvester Hayes and son, Jack, -«f Whlttemore were guests of Mr. and ;Mi*. M. J.-Duffy Thursday. ! Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Joynt and Mr. •and Mrs^C. L. Blfley visited friends and : relatives in Mallard Sunday. ' Mir. and Mrs. Art Relberg and their daughter, Shirley, were visitors in DCS : Moines Wednesday of last week. • Rev. and Mrs. P. «, Braner visited •at the home of L. O? Lenz of Buff a' Jo Center last Sunday atfernoon. Mrs. T. A. Trauger returned Sntur- ^ay from Palmer where she had been visiting Mr. Trtiuger's brother's fam- . u y• Mrs. R. L. Williams of Lakota was a visitor here Thursday and attended 4he funeral of Mrs. Rebecca McDon- • aid. Drusilla Ooughlln was a visitor at , the home of her sister, Mrs. Andrew Haaseh, at Titonka over the week «nd. Coal, tb« moat economical foil, now to tha mott practical for automatic hut- Ing. Datt- prooftd at UM (nina or by tha daalar. It It clean faeL burna low- pricad bituminous coal without imoka. Fuita moat of tba aahai into clinkara. Patanted faa- tora* maka poatlbla livings of from IS to 50* of thafual bill. Automatic dual controlled—rasponda readily to dlctitea of tha tbennoaut, SUea for tatidential and alt commercial beating purpoeea, Frea eitimatea of fuel aavlnga made by heating auginaare from ECONOMICAL AUTOMATIC HEAT HEADQUARTERS Anderson Grain and Coal Co. Phone 308 Dr. and Mrs. H. R. Gibson are the parents of a 7% pound baby girl bom Sunday morning. This is their first child. W. H. Oodden returned Wednesday from Brookings, South Dakota, where he had gone on a business trip Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Barry returned Tuesday evening from the Twin Cities where they had gone on » three day business trip. Chet Williams spent the first part of the week in Minneapolis where he went on business in connection with the Leuthold stores. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Handier were visitors Sunday at the home of the former's grandfather, E. O. Shapard, in New Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. Ot#o Rfchter and son of Elmore and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Juhl of Porest City visited friends and relatives here Sunday. Mrs. B. P. Richardson drove to Ames Friday returning with her son, Max, a student at the Iowa State College there, who spent the week end here. The Presbyterian ladies will serve a supper to which the public is cordially invited, Saturday evening at the Legion JiaU. Menu in ad elsewhere. Roland White of Iowa Falls visited friends and relatives here during the week end. Roland to a sttudent at Iowa State College in Cedar Falls. Rev. Newton Carman of Des Moines, speaker at the BapUst Father and Son Banquet Monday night, was a guest at the Dr. R. A. Evans home. Bernlce Joynt of Mallard returned to her home Tuesday after a visit to her home Tuesday after a visit since Friday at the home of her uncle, C. A. Joynt. Mrs. O. H. Free, Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Stokes, Mrs. H. D. HuWhlns and Mrs. George Free drove to Fort Dodge for the day Friday. The former visited her sister. Hoyt Raney, who is attending Iowa States College at Ames visited here over the week end. He ««d Max Richardson returned to Ames together Sunday evening. Dr. P. V. Janse went to Des Moines, Monday and from there went by airplane to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, for a ten days' visit with his daughter, Mrs. H. T. Miller. Esther Dearchs, Ella Zumach, Margaret Habeger and Margaret Vigars spent the week ertd at their respective homes. Hie four girls are students at the Iowa State eTachers College at Cedar Falls. E. M. Johnson of Bancroft was in Algona Thursday morning and paM this office a pleasant call. He stated that he had been a subscriber to this paper for several years and is always glad to get each copy. Janet Parsons arrived here Thursday from Grand Rapids, Minnesota, where she has been doing practical nursing for the past year. She will stay here with her mother. Mrs. Charlotte Parsons, until summer. Mrs. J. B. Mason arrived Tuesday for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. P. V. Janse. Mrs. Mason has been spending the winter with her son in Mln- neaoplls and is now enroute to her home in Fort Madison, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lynk visited the atter's brother, Howard R. Wolle, at Minnesota Lake Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Little and their children visited at the S. H. Klassie home in Renwick Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Becker and family of St. Joe were Sunday dinner guests .f Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Klrsch. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. McEvoy and their children visited the former's sister, Josephine at Clare, Iowa, Sunday. D. D. Monlux conducted a school of instruction for Masons at Primghar Wednesday and at Spencen Thursday. Richard, son of the Fred Sklllings and Elizabeth, daughter og the E. S. {killings, are recovering from the chicken pox. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Ferris are en- oying a visit from the former's ir.o- her and a friend, Mr. Thompson of Forest City. Mary Helen school Tuesday morning after being absent for some time suffering with inflammation of glands. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Scotties GUARANTEED MINERAL CRYSTALS From Mineral Wells, Texas. $1.50 value for $l-Why Pay More? Lusby's Drag Store Have You had your Sparks Plugs Gleaned Recently Dirty or Worn Fluffs Waste •* tmteh •» 1 Gallon of Gasoline in 10 It takes but a few minutes to clean and re-gap your spark plugs. THE COST IS ONLY 5c EACH. You'll save gas, start easier, get. smoother performance. You also have a chance to win a new Chevrolet, Ford or Plymouth automobile — ABSOLUTELY FREE—In AC'S National Spark Plug Cleaning Campaign. General Repairing, Fender and Body Work, painting WM. G. DAU OARAGE Phone 165 Algona, Iowa vwwws We have a complete line of Nutrena Feeds, Peat Moss and Oyster Shells. ~^*~~ Algona Produce Public Sale Saturday, March 17, at 1:00 P. M. Riddle Sale Pavilion, Phone 70, Algona We are listing stuff every day and will not give a complete ll*t for thU «ale, but we have the beat offering of furniture that we have offend at any time, to be eold at publio auction or private sale. On our Saturday sale we will cell our usual amount of live stock con- •jating of horses, cattle, brood sows and other feeding hog». S3 hollow tile. 120 feet of drive belt, 3 bottom Oliver tractor plow, tmm» potatoes, all breed* of chickens, ten bushel red medium clover, tent to Ames and tested. FURNITURE—Batoy buggies, washing mfrchl'^ l electric and power I tent, 10x12,3 piont, round and aquare table*, dining room chairs, cheat buggies, tee boxes, washing machine*, electric and power, 1 tent, 10x13, 2 pianos, round and aquare tables, dining room chain, ciust of dsMMaw library tablet, new linoleum awl everything that goes witfe home what you ham to MB and be on hand to bur what you want. B fjiih Ho property to be removed until MttlM for. C, 0. Riddle, Auctioneer u* or with _ e* O.AH.W.I . .. BMdte at the OoryeU OH CMattuo. RUM U, Hudson returned to Echberg and sons, Phillip and Richard, of Boone were guests over the week end at the Raymond Norton home. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. M. Frost and son, Fred visited Sunday at the C. E. (home at Eagle Grove and called on friends at West Bend. Mrs. Walter Dale and daughter, Vivian, Mrs. Lloyd Muckey. Mrs. Frank Vera and Mrs. George Yager were callers at Fort Dodge Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Traeger and daughter, Pauline of Westgate, Iowa, arrived Saturday for a visit at the Dennis Pratt home. Mr. Traeger is a brother of Mrs. PTatt. F. C. Beerman took his daughter, Mrs. Clayton Palmer to Spencer on Monday. She has employment in a dry goods store. Her husband is employed in a bakery. Mrs. Mary Beard and son, Lou, reached home last week Tuesday from Deep Water, Missouri. A daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. R. Straw, brought them home. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Ferris and son, Oene, and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McDougall and son, Babby, visited with friends and relatives in Thompson and Forest City Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Danson and Mr. and Mrs. Art Leason of Corwitih were in Algona Tuesday to attcnij the Standard Oil dinner given for employees and their wives at the Algona Hotel. The creamery board attended a state meeting last wefek Wednesday and Thursday in Des Moints. Those going were M. P. Christiansen, C. R. Schoby, N. A. Smith, Hugh Black and Jewell Patterson. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lynk accompanied by their son, Kenneth, Wayne Douglas and Clark Redfleld drove to Mason City Saturday where they attended to some business and also saw the basket ball games. Bill Specht and Bill Funk, employed at Clapp's Master Service, attended a meeting of Goodrich dealers in Mason City Thursday night. Horace Clapsad die attended the same kind of a meet- Ing in Spencer Friday night. Mrs. G. D. Brundage left Sunday evening for Goshen, Indiana, where she will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Smiley for ten days. Mr. and Mrs. Smiley will celebrate their gold- FUNERAL RITES FOR MRS. PETER THILGES, ST. JOE, HELD MONDAY Husband, Four Children, Survive, Dearly Beloved Who Came in 1982 Mrs. Peter Vt. Thllges, 86 years old, passed away at the Algona hospital Saturday afternoon following an illness of about 1H days. Funeral services were held Monday morning at 9:30 o'clock with Father George Theobald officiating. Interment was in the St. Joseph cemetery- Catherine Friders was born at Brandenburg, Luxemburg, Nov. 17th, 1877. With her parents and two brothers, John and Nicholas (deceased) she came .to American in April. 1892, and settled near St. Joe. She was married to Peter N. Thllges May 20th, 1902, at St. Joe. Mrs. Thllges is Survived by her husband, four children. Edward, Alphonse, Agatha and Roslne all at home, and one brother, John Friders, and other relatives and many friends. Pall bearers were six nephews, Leo and Harold Friders, Tony and Raymond Thllges, Aloyslus Gales and Ralph Reding. Relatives from a distance to attend the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. John Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hoffman, all from Luxemburg, Iowa; and Kafchryn Thilges from LeMars. Mrs. John Friders wa.s on the sick list several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Antpn Becker spent Tuesday evening at the George Borman home. John Kayser. of Fort Dodge spent Sunday afternoon and Monday with relatives here. Mrs. Mary Erpelding of near Whittemore visited Sunday at the J. B. Erpelding home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kramer from near Algona spent last Thursday at the Clarence Kramer home. Mr. and Mrs. John Becker and family were Sunday dinner gwsts at the Tony Klrsch home in Algona. Matt Bormann is spending several weeks at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Anton Becker and family. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Borman and family of St. Benedict were Sunday dinner guests at the Anton Becker home. Emma Becker spent last week Monday and Tuesday helping her. .brother, Tom get settled in his new home. Mrs. Ed Steussy and Mrs. Frank Cox of Llvermore visited with friends In this vicinity Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Becker, Sr., and Joseph and Emma Becker were Fort Dodge shoppers last Thursday. Jake Carman from Blue Earth, Minn, spent Saturday and Sunday at the Wm. Reding home. Mrs. Reding is a daughter of Mr. Garman. Jtmmie Borman, 3 year old son of Mr., and Mrs. Nick Bormann. Jr.. returned home Friday from Mercy hos-1 pltal at Fort Dodge, where he received medical aid. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Meyerhofer of Ottumwa came last week Wednesday and are making plans to take possession of their place here, as soon as it can be vacated. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Phillips and their children, Cecelia, Raymond and Frances from Claremon Minn., arrived here Sunday afternoon for a short visit with relatives and friends. The Friendly club held their monthly meeting last week Wednesday, March 7th, at the Peter Halsrud home. Mrs. Hlko Karel and Mrs. Peter Halsrud were liostesses,. The entertainment consisted of Important Events in March, talk about St. Patrick and a spelling contest was in charge of Mrs. Anton Becker and Mrs. Wm. Boldrldge. Those attending were the Mesdames John Bockes, Ray Fitch, L. Hansen, Peter N. Thilges, Sim Leigh, Steve Loss, Sr., Steve Loss, Jr., E. McConnell, Agnes Karel and Alberta Boldrldge. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. John Bockes with Mrs. George Scuffham assistant hostess. Tire Blows Out; Machine Tip* Over St. Joe: An accident occurred on hlg-hwny 169, three miles south of here. Saturday night, when a party from Austin, Minn., were Injured and shaken trp after a tire on their car blew out. The car went Into the ditch and tipped over. A West Bend dentist, who was passing, gave assistance and took the injured to a doctor. A bnby In the party escaped injury. The party was on its way to a shower at Bradgate. WHITTEMORE NEWS Mr. and Mrs. H. R, Zumach entertained eight tables of five hundred on Thursday evening in honor of theU; son, Herbsfs 21st birthday. The high prizes were won by Lawrence Meyer and Elfrcda Gade. Travel prize was won by Wm. Mteyer. Jr.. and low prizes by Frank Jergens and Mrs. Louis Grelnert. A delicious lunch was served. Mrs. Adam Elbert entertained the academy basketball boys* team Sunday. Those present were Coach Bo*t Pinnell. Father Hyland. Francis Farrell, Erwin Elbert, Edward Ford, Loyola O'Brien, L?o Conway, Francis Bes- tenlehner, Leon Kaschmitter, James. Fandel, James Kelso. OSher guests were Marie Fandel, Alice June Oalrv and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Busherfeld and family. This i« Erwin's last year to play. The boys certainly appreciated Mrs. Elberfs kindness. Read the TJ. D. M.-R. Want Ada. YourWants taken care of at once. Our stock of Heating. Plumbing, Sheet Metal material and Pumps make this possible. Hollzbauer Tin Shop 117 S. Dodge Phone 83 Swea City Rural Carrier Receives Pension, May 31 Swea City: Sam Warbupton, mall carrier, may be retired May 31, on a pension. Mr. Warburton will have completed 19 years of service as a mall carrier and having reached the age limit will retire on. a pension. A consolidation of the two rural routes will be made at this time, with Richard E. Berg covering both routes. Harold Dltsworth has been appointed assistant carrier to succeed O. S. Pehrson. Has Suitcase Stolen lone Moyer of Burt, on her way to Des Moines recently, had her suitcase tolen at Ames, while changing trains. t contained her personal belongings, and to our way of thinking the theft was a dirty trick. McEvoy a Candidate E. J. McEvoy, clerk of court, announces that he will be a candidate or reelection to the office on the dem- icratlc ticket. Mr. McEvoy is serving ila first term in the office. P. T. A. Meeting Monday Regular meeting of the P. T. A. will be held Monday night. Thy following program will be presented: band concert, community singing led by Earl Josten, piano duct, Francis Dahl and Mrs. R. Swanson, men's octette led by Lloyd Anderson, "Grand Opera" by the senior class, "Importance of Good Text Books" by Mrs. J. H. Warner, Tin Pat, orchestra, Walter. Richard and Harold O'Green, Cecil and Orvllle Thoreson. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Gorton of Kana- en wedding anniversary on the 18th. | wha visited over the week end at the Mrs. Clarence Fannkuk and son, Cecil Griffith home. ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••BB i Frank Simmons of Fairmont, Minn., •pent Sunday in Algona where Mrs. Pannkuk assisted her parent*, Mr. and Mrs. George Simmons in the celebration of their golden wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kennedy and son, John, of St. Paul visited Mrs. Kennedys parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Goeders, over the week end. Mr. Kennedy and John returned to their home Monday but Mrs. Kennedy remained for a.longer visit. Mrs. Thomas McDonnell and son, Harold and daughters, Irene and Kits, Misses Frances Duffy, May Hlgley, Frances Rlngler, all of Whlttemore, and Alice Duffy of Algona, and Miss Altwegg of Burt spent Sunday at the Hugh McMahon home. Fred Lavrcnz, Jr., brother of Mrs. John Dutton, returned to his home in Burt Sunday from Iowa City where he has been a patient at the hospital for the past two months after undergoing treatments on his eyei. Mr. Lavrenz is getting along nicely now, however. _.. Julia Dearchs was among those senior girls of the home equipment ciasf at the Iowa State Teachers College at who took part in the program, Homemakers' Half-hour, over station WOI, Amea, on Friday morning. Julia io a daughter of-Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Dearths. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Hutchlns visited their son, Paul, at Gilmore City Sunday. That evening he submitted to an emergency operation for appendicitis at Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Hutchlns then drove to Fort Dodge Monday to see him and report that Paul Is getting along nicely. Dr. and Mrs. John Kenefick were business visitors in Des Moines and Winterset Friday and Saturday. Sunday they, with their son, Michael, spent the day in Eagle Grove with Dr. Keneflck's parents. They also visited his sister, Juanlta, who was home visifing from Chicago where she Is a dietician in St. Luke's hospital. Word waa received (here recently from Mrs. C. Wilson, now of Cedar Falls, who formerly lived here with her mother, Mrs. Payne, and her husband, who traveled for Swift & Company, that Mrs. Payne who has been bedfast all winter Is now able to be up and around a little bit each day. Her many friends here will be glad to hear of this. Mrs. N. A. Smith enjoyed a visit recently from Sylvia Ward, eldest daughter of the late Mr. and Mia. Arthur Wferd and hfer friend, Elsie Reece, evangelist with Sylvia in Pennsylvania. They visited Sylvia's sister, Mrs. Earl Reed near Burt, leaving here 10 days ago for LOB Angeles, California, taking a boat there the lotto for China ai missionary workers under the Pentecoetal board. Sylvia was a deaconess in Pennsylvania, under the Methodist board until six years ago. They will go in the interior to Join a man and wife with four children for four 1 year* «f mUsionary work there. »':' will rewire three or more weeks to ! pet to feejr destination a* their belt**. S John E. Pehrson of Eagle township who suffered a stroke on Tuesday of last week, te still la a serioua condition Mrs. August Peterson will entertain the W, C. T. U. on Tuesday afternoon Un. Q, R. McDowell will be lesson leader. The American Legion Auxiliary has donated the book "Anthony Adverse' to the public library for their community service project for Library week. Several friends from here visited with Mrs. C. O. Peterson at tlie Dolmage hospital at Buffalo Center, where she is recovering from an appendicitis operation. Miss Grace Roba entertained the Harrison 4-H club girls at her home on Saturday afternoon. Miss Alpha Simmons had charge of the recreation. A farewell party was given Bert Lar- £ons and M. O. Sampsons at the church basement. It was given by members of the Norwegian Lutheran congregation. Mesdames G. B. Pearson and E. L. Hanson entertained at bridge on Friday afternoon. Brlday was played at .even tables. First high score prize was won by Mrs. Keith Albertson, second hlfijh score prize by Mrs. P. W. Larson, cut prize by Mrs. Wm. Thompson, grand slam prize by Mrs. H. Myhr. A two course luncheon was served. When will Gamble's 2 for 1 Tire Sales end? Beginning March 16th you get two 6 ply Fharls First Line Tires for the Standard List Price of One—iuy 2 tires and get a set of 4. Inner tubes, 49c and up. 11 Here's the opening gun for Gamble's Oth Anniversary Sale, beginning March 16th 2 Tires for the Price of One—buy one Pharls 6 ply tire at the Standard List Price and get the cecond tire FREE. Inner Tubes, 49c and up. 30x- 3 Mi tires as low aa $2.69. 11 Quality Work Means Economy in Laudry Service Try Our New Priced Family Dry at only 5c per Ib. We also Have a Damp Wash at 3c per Ib. Try us and be convinced Kirsch Laundry "™ Algona, Iowa. Phone 267 will be carried there by cooUea. Tee (fa|« have yean' work. up for oeven OSS* * 3P *«I«iae-A second, reduction OD O. & J. Tin*. Now— you known Q. * now Greet Easter With a Smart Hairdress Our Special Permanent Wave $3.60 Surely you'll want to match your Barter costume with a coiffure that 1 s smart; and Springlike. Try one ef our Sheltau W»VM. BULADT-S BEAUTY SALON .Ate ItoUa 'Phone 127 Spring Frocks put on front 5.95 7.95 11.75 Ruffles, jabots, bibs, little pleatings—all these are found on the newest frocks, and very flattering you're going to find them. Sometimes they are high and crisp, like the collars Garbo wears in "Queen Christina"—sometimes they are the softest and sheerest of feminine ruffles. The frocks themselves are in both prints and plain crepes—and they're remarkable values.

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