The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 19, 1934 · Page 7
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, April 19, 1934
Page 7
Start Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, April 19,1934 Ed Sheehan was a business visitor "Friday in Des Moines and Indlanoia. Mrs. M. J. Duffy became Ul Monday with tonsllitis and was forced to go to bed. Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner visited th« home of Rev. H. R. Wrede at Gar- Tier last Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. Walley and daughter, Virginia, were Sunday dinner guests at the Ed Sheehan home. Mr. and Mrs. Max Bast and daughter were dinner guests at the Ed Hackbarth home last Sunday. H. D. Clapsaddle attended a district meeting of the Wlllard battery agents .at Mason City Monday evening. Mrs. Ed Sheehan and Mrs. Louis Lynk visited in Corwith Friday and in the evening attended the Eastern Star meeting. Mrs. Bahllng and Loralne Jensen of Ixme Rock and Mr. and' Mrs. Jcfhn Button and family were visitors in Mason City Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Hancher and Mr. and Mrs. Chet Williams visited at the F. R. Bandy home in Britt Wednesday night (last night). Rev. P. J. Braner attended a Lutheran pastoral conference which was held at Palrvllle from Tuesday until Thursday of last week. Mrs. FWd Wehler returned Tuesday afternoon from Oakland. California, •where she has been visiting since Thanksgiving with her daughter, Mrs. Albert Farwell. Marie Wehler drove <to Ames Tuesday morning to meet her another and bring her home. for RENT Good 6-room house, with largo fine chicken hoitsc and 25 acres of pood hog-tight pasture. Close to school. McDonald & Co. Iowa State Bank Bldg. Phone 120. Mrs. Prank Barker of Des Moines arrived here Tuesday for about a week's visit with friends. Mrs. Barker former ly lived here. Mr. Barter is expected here Saturday. Alice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Mahoney, returned to school at the academy Monday after being confined to her home seven weeks with a severe case of pneumonia. Woodrow Sarchet arrived here last week from the State College at Marquette, Michigan, where he has been studying music, and is staying at th- V. V. Naudain home. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Mllkr visited friends In Charles City Sunday. Mrs. Miller left Thursday (today) for a few days' visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Thompson. Mrs. Clarence Peterson and daughter, Patricia Ann, of Ooldfield arrived Saturday for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Shackelford. Mrs. Peterson Is the former Naomi Shackelford. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wallace and son John and wife, Catherine Williams arc Clifford Williams, all of Mason C.ty were guests Sunday at the home of their brother Chet Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Taylor and daugh ter, Esther, spent Sunday In Blue Earth, where they helped Mrs. Tr.y- lor's mother, Mrs. Ella Patterson, celebrate her 76th birthday. Chester Stowe and Darrell Parker of Worthlngton, Minnesota, called at the P. V. Mathison home over the week end The two boys, nephews, of Mrs. Lillian Mathison, were enroute to Mishauaa Indiana. Mrs. Henry Wegener, Mrs. Frieda Slcussy, Mrs. Anna Nelson and Mrs Anna Powell visited at the home o Mrs. ReJmers at Penton Tuesday of this week. Mrs. Reimers is a sister of Mrs Wegener. Mrs. Henry Wegener celebrated he: 57th birthday Monday. Some of he friends came in the evening to con gratnlate her. The evening was spen with visiting and games were played and refreshments served. Russell Pickett, having had a mi! ease of scarlet fever, was released from quarantine Saturday. Russell and hi mother. Mrs. L. S. Muckey, were quar antlned together at first but when th Muckeys moved into another home or South Thorlngton street. Russell wa quarantined with his grand^ther. Joh Wermersen. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Neville left fo Kansas City the latter part of last week Enroute they stopped at Joplln, Mis souri, where Gene's dogs, having bee sent from Florida, and had bsen entered In a race. Mrs. Neville will again enter the sanitarium at Kansas Mrs. Dennis Pratt is confined to hsr ed on account of Illness. Rev. and Mrs. c. V. Hulse attended ministerial meeting at Wesley Tues- ay. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. French and their hildren visited friends in Waterloo on Sunday. Alice Duffy, employed at Kirsch's .laundry, spent Sunday with her r^ir- nts in Whittemore. Duncan May of Des Moines came on Saturday for a visit with his parents- n-law, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Scharlach. John Prekart of Mollne, Illinois, re- urned home last week Wednesday after a week's visit at the L. Gingerich home. Ruth Bishop, teacher in the Eagle Grove schools, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop, over the week md. Mrs. Pauline Wooster underwent an :merg-ency operation for appendicitis Monday evening at the Kossuth hos- pita!. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jorgenson of Hason City wore guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd SJaunders Sunday bfter. noon. A. W. Amunsen left Tuesday for Des tfoines where he will attend an opto. metrists convention until some time Thursday. Mary Elizabeth Foster returned to Jornell College after spending the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, W. A. Foster. Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Scanlan and Dr. and Mrs. Karl Hoffman of Bancroft visited at the Southgate home in Britt Sunday afternoon. Mrs. W. J. Becker visited her mother, Mrs. Jacob Johnson and her sister. Mrs. J. L. Haverly, at Whittemore Saturday afternoon. Mrs. 3. I. Troutman and her brother Mr. Smith were at Kanawha Tuesday afternoon visiting the Harley Trout- mans, who operate a store there. Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson am two sons and the former's mother o; Story City were here Monday attending the funeral of Leroy Johnson. Mr. and Mrs, O. O. Paulsrud of Ran. dall, Iowa, aunt and uncle of Mrs. Viola Bishop, attended the funeral of Mrs Raymond Anderson here, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Spllles and daugh ter, Arlene, visited Mrs. SpUles's sister Staler Mary Amelia, teachter In St Bernard's academy in Breda, Iowa. Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Tribon and Mr and Mrs. Harold Lamprlght were th guests of the former's brother in Inde pendence. Iowa, over the week end. Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Fox and son. Bill Lee, left Thursday (today) for Mt. Car roll, Illinois, and will spend the wee end there with the former's parents Mrs. Donald Hutchison and tw daughters, Joan and Nancy, left Sun day for Cedar Rapids where they wi visit this week with the former's parent. City, days. Gene la expected back in a few Mrs. Neville's mother,'Mrs. W. H. Lewis of Spencer, Is staying with the two Neville children, Lewis and Mary Jane. WHY HYGENO Poultry Litter Is Outstanding Hygcno Poultry Litter has met the requirements demanded by the most exacting poultryinen because : 1. It fa sanitary. 2. It IB absorbent. 3. It wfll not bum readily. 4. It to thoroughly treated with an antiseptic. 5. It doe* not retain and absorb filth. 6. It wifl retain heat or warmth on the floor of the brooder house. 7. Chicks, turkey poulU and laying hens will not eat It. 8. It is free from moulds and dust. 9. It is durable. 10. It is not expensive. will One trial of this sensational poultry litter prove every one of the above mentioned features so essential in a complete litter. It is not necessary for us to make extravagant claims on behalf of Hygeno Poultry Litter. The product speaks for itself. Try our Chick Starter. It is absolutely first grade and will save you money. Anderson Grain & Coal Co. At the M. & St. L. Elevator. WALL PAPER 1934 Designs It jsci-ms cadi year .shows improvements in artistic design and decorative effects in wall paper and this season is no exception to the rule, for they are truly beautiful results in the exclusive WASHABLE Patterns we are showing. Our patterns start at the low price of Double Roll ^••i^W '"' " freight paid, trimmed and ready to hang, with a surplus if you run short and the privilege of returning any full bolts. Last year we sold large quantities of wall paper because our prices were right. This year we are going to sell more, and every roll a 19IJ4 pattern. K. D. JAMES Mr.' and Mrs. Schulz. Mrs. C. C. Scharlach and daughter Geneva, were released from their scar let fever quarantine last Saturday. Geneva was a victim of the disease but had It In a mild form only. Herbert French, confined to the hospital with a serious case of pneumonia, was taken to his home Friday. He Is up and around a little bit each day but is still considerably weak. Mrs. H. D. Hutchlns and son, Eugene drove to Marshall, Minn., Saturday and returned wltti the former's mother, Mrs. Ida Minklcr. Mrs. Mlnkler has been spending the winter In Marshall. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lonergan and family of Boone motored here Sunday in their new car and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Matt Selzer. Mrs. Scl- zer and Mrs. Lonergan are sisters. Wayne Bradfleld, now of Owatonna, Minn., visited at the Ben Benson home Sunday. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Bradfleld and daughters, N-eva and Barbara, of Jackson, Minn., also there Sunday. The Bible Searchers class met Dr. and Mrs. A. D. Adams and fon. Sobby, spent Sunday in Des Moines. Mrs. Llnnan of Maurice visited last eek with her son. Attorney L. E. Linan. Arthur Helberg spent Thursday and tlday In Des Moines last week on usiness. Darrell Hill of Fort Dodge was in Igona the first of the week visiting elatlves and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Allen and children f Fort Dodge visited the latter's steer, Mrs. Nellie Van Allen, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Anderson and hildren were guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Betts of Stoux City Sunday. Jake Freeh is looking after some Yeoman lodge business in some of the southern Minnesota cities this week. Elmer Hartshorn Is opening a new barber shop Friday In the building be- ween the C. S. Johnson store and the reamery. Jess Speraw is able to be about town gain after undergoing an operation or ruptured appendix about three weeks ago. Mrs. Albert Granzow and Mr.'.. H. L. Hoenk viMted Mrs. Russell Weaver in Mason City Tuesday of last we^k. The Weavers lived h?re until recently. Helen Zittritsch was confined to her lome with Illness Monday nnd Tuesday of this week. She resumed her duties n G. D. Shumway's office Wednesday morning. Harry Hartung of Welcome. Minnesota, is helping out at the Botsford •umber Co. during the lllrress of Her- >ert French, who Is recovering from jneumcnla. A. L. Tweet returned Sunday from Cedar Rapids where he had attended a convention of hardware salesmen for he Harper & Mclntir-e Hardware Co., since Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Tjaden are the >arents of a ten pound son born April 10. Mother and child are doing nicely The Tjadens, who live near Wesley, lave a daughter two years old. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Johnson and granddaughter, Mildred Jones, returned Monday from Tracy, Minnesota, where they had spent Sunday with Mrs. Johnson's moOher, Mrs. Jerome Finrvegan. Mrs. Andrew Johnson of Algona is now working at Cummings 5c to $1.00 store and Is taking the place of Philomena Qulnn, who resigned and is now keeping house for her brother in Woodstock, Minn. Mrs. E. C. Hancher of Plover. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Hancher and family of Mason City and Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Hancher and fnrrtily of FarnhamviMe were guests over the week end at ttif! E. C. Hancher home. T. H. HoltTKs left for Dos Moinrs Monday to attend a banquet given for the county representatives of the Cownie Fur Company In Des Molnos. Mr Holmes was accompanied by the Fort Dortge representative. Friends of Fred Oberman, former LEDYARD HONOR ROLE ANNOUNCED FOR SIX WEEKS Sophs and Freshmen Fail to Gain Place on the Coveted List Ledyard: The honor roll students for the past six weeks arc ns follows: Seniors — Anna Jones. Jnmes Logan. Adnh and Idah Telcamp, Tilmer Hal- Goetsr. verson and Kenneth Thompson. Juniors—Elaine Blome, Ella Lyla Hnmm, Lillian KUnksiek. Matzner and Maynard White. No freshmen or sophomores Eighth grade—Alvira Halvorson. Estle. Bfulah Looft. Geneva Oetrmus Bernard Anderson and Arlowe Blome. 7th grade—Lurene Lloyd. Howard Nite! and Edna Leslie. 6th and 5A—Lawrence Flynn. Edna Dontje. Kathleen Reece, Louise Zie-1- ske, Dessie Bosnia. DeVerp Smith. Jean 3abel and Howard KlinksKk and IDe- lorls Gelhaus. 4th and 5B--Connle Garry. Jean Es- lle, Kathryn Bauman, Dale HaWbafcer, Mnrjorle Mayer. Marjorie Oabel. Wilma Busch. Marvel Halverson and Jack Reece. Third—Arekn Anderson, Elvina Haw- bnker and Donald Daniel?. Second—Betty Louise Link, IPatty May Olsen. Beverly Wiese, Darjene Hoag, Ruby Daniels. Frances Yahnke. Velda Estle. Edwin Dontje, Betty Jean Dorsey. and Anna Marie Hassebrock. First grade—Jimmy Reece. George Dunn. Arlene Troff. Harvey "Worden, Virgil Gelhaus and Joan Berhow. Gernld "Warner, who is in a tion cump in Eldora came Thursday to spend the -wreck: end with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. A«i Warner. Mr. an-d MTrs. J. H. Welfare observed their 25trx wedding anniversary on Saturday. On Sunday a prrotip of relatives held a. surprise party on them at their home-. Robert Dyer, th-e youngest son of Mr and Mrs. Henry Dyer, has been seriously ill the past •week with pnoumonla. Miss Eliznt>etn Keller. R. N.. hns been caring for nim. On last Tuesday Mrs. Roy Link and Mrs. T>. B. Mayer accompanied Rev. and Mrs. f. O. Johnson of Lakota to the district convention of tho Women's Foreign Missionary society at Kanawha. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barbara and Beverly drove to Armstrong Sunday to visit relatives. Mrs. Rose Bashnra who Is staying here and Mrs. Flynn of California wlio lia.s been visiting here the post several days, accompanied them and remained in Armstrong to visit a sister. On Fl-iday afternoon the Women's Foreign Aiissionnry society held a. special nieetinR- at the home of Mrs. Roy ,ink. Ret>orts of the district conven- lon at. Kanawha were given by Mrs. Ink, Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Mayer. 'wo new members joined the society Mrs. Ralnli Olson and Mrs. V. A. Barett. On last Monday evening the follow- ng men nt tended the Methodist Bro- herhoori meeting at Forest City: Leon iVorden. George Thompson. Alfred Schultz. Edward Halv'frson, John Rink. !dward Looft. A. E. Uaifrltaen and Harold Oranner. The next meeting of he Brotlierhood will be in Ledyard in May 14th. Lone Rock Folks Buy 430 Evergreens L»one Rock: Mrs. W. J. Cotton ard Mrs. N. L. Cotton drove ot Fort Dodge Thursday to get 430 evergreen tre n s. which were purchased from Iowa State C'olege at Ames. It's only once in a blue moon that yon get an opportunity to buy nation- aJly adverted radios—the latest models—at prices as much as 45 per cent off. Genuine Majestic $79.50 console, your cost $49.95v Maje.otic Mantels, $19.95 and $29.95.—Gamble Stores. IS "GROW YOUR OWN GROCKRIES" y planting- a good, big garden. Be sure f a big yield by planting only Henry field's famous Garden Seeds. You cafi Algona THE UEXALL STORE Iowa day at the M. E. church. The program was In keeping with spring. Tho hostesses were Mesdames J. P. Schoby, A. 8. Forbes. F. L. Miller, Helse, Dietrich and Frost. Mrs. George Good, formerly Phyllis Benson, and son. Jerry, visited Mr. and Mrs. Ben Benson and Mr. and Mrs Walter Good last week. George spent the week end here and returned with his family to Spirit Lake Monday. Diane Falkenhalncr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melzar Falkenhainer, became a victim of the whooping cough over the week <nd. Marjorie Dewel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Dewel, is also suffering with whooping cough. Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Richards and family of Lone Rock visited the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Richards Sunday. The two families then went to Sexton where they enjoyed .supper with the A. L. Greenfield family. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Kirsch returned Sunday evening from Kansas City, Missouri. where they had spent, the week end with the latter's sister, Mrs. Ulus Hall and family. Mrs. Hall was the former Ella Helgeas and formerly lived here. Dr. and Mrs. Wm. Scholten of Spirit Luke recently adopted a live months old baby boy which has been named James William. Mrs. Scholten is the former Florence Daiison of thus city and is a sister uf Mrs. L. W. Fox and Paul Danson. Albert Grosenbach and son, Gerald. visited his daughter, Alberta, who teach S a rural school near Algona. and other friends in Algona Saturday and Sunday. The Gmsenbach family moved from Sexton to Grinut'll a short lime ugo. Mrs. Neal Smith and Mrs. J, D. Andrews of Doan community spent tilt- week end in Sioux City. The two women attended the mothers' and daughters' banquet Saturday evening given at Morningside College where each has a daughter attending. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Specht r< turned Wednesday of last week from Springville after taking their daughter, Elsie, who had visited here the previous wetk back to resume her teaching duties in the eighth grade. On their way down they picked up another teacher, Esther Hanson at Goldfleld. who returned with Elsie. Mr. and Mrs. Specht also vbited another daughter, Mrs. Clyde Hooner- man and family while in Sprlngville. Mike PfenVr and family and sister, Lena Loss, went to Winifred. South Dakota, to attend the fur.'ral of an aunt, Mrs. Ora Lentsch, who aU;' '•-. Winifred and was buried in Howard, Jouth Dakota. They report that from Sioux Fails west, the further they went :he worse looking the country became until they reached a section of true state where the thistles along the fence rows made it Impossible for one to nee the fences. They returnee; Monday evening, covering 500 miles In the round trip. Other relatives from here who attended the (uileral were i&thryn Dt-lm. Miad Mary Bei&er, Mis. L. Giscli, Mary and John Gisch, Mr and Mrs Joe Metropolitan field man in this locality, will be sorry to learn that he is in the Mayo hospital where he underwent a major operation last week for appendicitis and complications. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Tierney ar.c' family of Mason City visited here over the week end with the former's mother, Mrs. George Holtzbauer, and his sister, Lt.valne Tierney. Mrs. Holtzbauer ard Loralne accompaniiM them back for a stny of a week or mor?. Lor nine tr, ?mplred In t! c lo-.v.i State Bank. Mrs. Helen Beard of Marlon, Indiana •is now staying with her daughter, Miss Marie Helen Beard, teacher in the public schools. Mr. Beard died a. few months ago and Mrs. Beard will make her home with her daughter here untl school its out. The two arc doing light housekeeping in one of the Vera apart- mefits. Mrs. M. K. Cullen of WhitU-more and two children. Terry and Mary, arrived Tuesday at the A. Streit home for a week's visit. Mrs. Cullen is the former Theresa Streit. Mr. Culkn is now cm- ployed In the Ford garage at Mason City and Mrs. Cullen and children expect to move over there around the first of May. Those from here who attended the annual Rebekah convention for district No. 55 held at Burt Monday afternoon and evening were Mesdames C. C. Wright. Win. Dehert, C. Herman, Marc Moore, O. C. Barton, Guy Mantor and Henry Lund. In the evening Wm. Deh- rtert, C. Herman, Mrs. A. Behrends and Mrs. A. Anderson were also present. The next convention will be in Algona. Henry Dyer attended the funeral of Mrs. Dyer's sister at Emmetstourg Friday. The Methodist Aid will meet Thursday afternoon at the hom-e of Mrs. TS A. Pingle. Wm. Behse who has been ill for the pnst year is in a very serious condition Oils week. Jule S'Cifert, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lynch and Blenda. Harold drove to Minneapolis Saturday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jensen left Friday for Rock Rapids where they lave work w_lth a grading crew. Lars Scnr and Ben Mayer took a ruck load of furniture to Ames Saturday to the John Tillmoney home-. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lynch visited on Sunday at the home of Mr. I_.ynch'.s Ister, Mrs. Jam-rs Palmer of Renwick. Plans arc under way for tho annual unior-sonior banquet which will be leld Saturday evening in the gymnasium. Mrs. Pearl Wlnkleman and children of Buffalo Center visited last Monday at the home of her sister. Mrs. Glenn Yahnke. Mrs. George Thompson. Airs. L. C. get them this Gamble Store. year in Algona at the 16 Big FOUR COUNTY STAG MEETING West Bend Legion Hall Wed., April 25 Business Meeting 9 P. M. Speakers: Ray Murray. Secretary of Agriculture; C. E. Cress of Mason City; Robert Colflesh, Des Motnes, former state commander, and Robt, Shaw, Slgourney. Plenty of Eats and all the Trimmings. Door charge 25c. Everybody Come—Tell Your Friends Strand, Mrs. A. E. Lauritzen and Mrs. August Snrank were Algona, callers on Saturday. What items you can buy for YVWWUV WWWWVWWWVW: New Barber Shop Open for business Friday In the J 1 building between the C. S. John- •', son store and the Creamery. Ji When in need of barber s rvice t ' give as a trial. «J : E. J. Hartshorn •: Friday and Saturday 1 peck Potatoes 1 pkg. Cake Flour 10 bars Laundry Soap 5 Ibft. Pancake Floor 2 pkrs. Corn Flakes 4 pkjrs. Macaroni 4 Iba. Bananas 4 rolls Toilet Paper 5 cakes Toilet Soap 2 No. 2 Tomato Juioe 5 boxes Matches 1 doz. Medium size Oranges 1 Ib. Check bac O>«T«« 5 pkgs. Jell Powder 3 Ibs. Raisins 1 quart Sorghum 1 large Oxydol 5 Seed'ess Grapefruit 1 quart Ammonia White's Grocery Important Announcement In oiYler that. \ve may hotter accommodate our customers our opeiiiiisr hour will he changed, from and after May 1st, from !) a. m. to 8:v»0 a. m.. Our closing hour will bo advanced from 4 p. m. to r>::>0 p. in These changed hours of opening and closing will continue until Septemher 1st. Iowa State Bank Algona, Iowa «c Where Your Deposits Are Insured* ALL FEED CHIX MASH TRIED and PROVEN The same quality Chick which we s< > successfully ] resented to poultry raisers tht- past live seasons. As before it contains Cod Liver Oil, and D»'k;! i'mtterinilk aloii^ with a halaiicoil base of ingredients. 100 pounds $2.0O Pilot Brand Oy- QA~ II Hulled Oats, O AA ster Shells, 100 lbs.* JUC || ground, UK) \\>^. _ j^»W MDQJLWOffM E. R. RISING & SON (irain, Feed and Seed L'iiO litr 1O»J We Can Best Fill Your Building Wants Aiill work in tltt; homes in the city comes from our yard and \v«- suggest that you look into our quality u.iul scrvii-<- for that new job. < 1 itbiiu't.s, staircases, <-<»lumns, mouldings, doors, window frames, interior trim—can be found here in «>ur yard. Our priees are as low or lower than v.iu can dt> bv mail order. Try h and sec. F.S. Norton & Son I'liuiu- 2l»i Algona, Tuwa.

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free