The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 17, 1934 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 17,1934 Mrs. Ralph Reimers and daughters of Whtttemore were guests of Mrs. M. J. Duffy Friday. Mrs. P. A. Danson and son, Bobby, spent the week end at the Robt. Darison home In Corwtth. Ruth Bishop, teaching at Eagle Grove spent the week end with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop. Mrs. Mira Nasus of Nashua arrived Suhday evening for a two weeks' visit at [ the Prank Oelgel home and the Elmer Chipman home at Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Irons visited Mrs. Irons' sister, Mrs. C. J. Nugent and husband at Spencer Sunday. Horace Clapsaddle and Fred Bartholomew were in Mason Cfty Friday to attend the Goodrich convention. Mr. and Mrs. Hom-r-r Anderson nnd Tarhily were guests of Editor and Mrs. W.j W. Sturdivam. at Wesley Sunday. Mrs. Viola Bishop spent Saturday in Ames wh<re shp attended the spring Veishea at the Iowa Sfcte College. May Harris, operate* at the local office of the Bell Telephone Company, began a two weeks' vacation Monday. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Joynt and their children visited the latter's parents. Mr and Mrs. W. P. Reinders on Mothers' Day. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lavrenz motored to Boston, Minn., last Sunday to spend Sunday with Mrs. Lavrenz's mother. Mrs. Art Meyers and family of Albert' Lea were expected at the home of ihe former's sister. Mrs. M. J. Duffy ycijterday. Mr. and Mrs. Antone Anderson and Jane Simmons were guests of the former's aunt, Mrs. Carrie Olson at Eagle Grove Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Duffy and famlU and the latter's brother, P. J. Larson of ^West Bend visited relatives In Al bert Lea Sunday. Horace and Don Clapsaddle, France; Ann Zittritsch. M. A. and Fred am Max Bartholomew were fishing nea Fairmont, Minn., Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Amunsen and children visited the latt?r's parents Mr. and Mrs. A. Reynolds at EUs worth, Iowa, over Sunday. Anna Capesius visited friends last Tuesday in Fort Dodge. Mrs. Ann Fechner and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Pooch spent Sunday in Mason Mrs. Walter Wetebrod and family of 'enton was a guest of her mother, Mrs. J. C. Kresensky, Sunday. Mrs. Stcadman of Sherburn, Minn., ipent Monday afternoon and Tuesday morning with Mrs. Lillian Mathi- wn. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Little and fam- ly visited the former's mother, Mrs. J. M. Oleson at Humboldt on Mothers' Day. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. R. Blossom of Burt are expected home soon from California where they have been spending the winter. Miss Marion Brown and Malcolm »rck of Fort Dodge were guests over the week end of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Trauger. Mr. and Mrs. Art Helberg and children spent Saturday and Sunday with Iheir respective mothers, Mrs. J. P. Helberg and Mrs. Kate Burkey. District Manager Art Trauger and County Manager Esther Lavrenz of the Rcemployment office here, attended a district meeting Monday at Spencer. Magnus Ltchter. Hoyt Raney, William Monlux and Kenneth Medin, all ftudents at Iowa State College at Ames, sp*nt the week end with their parents. A program will be presented Friday night, May 25, beginning at 8 o'clock at the Lou Johnson school. Sherman township of District 3. Pearl Leigh is the teacher. Lee Reed returned Friday from two weeks' business trip to Sioux Falls, South Dakota. He also visited his sister in Yankton, South Dakota before returning home. Georgia Ann Geigel, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Fred Geigel of near Irvington, nnd a senior in the public schools was taken 111 last Thursday with a severe ca, c e of chicken pox. Marguerite Dalziel and Bcrnlce Har rington, students at Grinnell college drove to Des Moines and accompanied the Wltmer family, who visited at the Lusby horn'", here, Sunday. Evelyn Toothman. employed by the Mrs. F. L. Doty left Monday evening for her home In Fredericksburg after a three weeks' stay with her mother, Mra. Julia Brace. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Long and son. Jack, spent Mothers' Day with one of their dahghters. Doris, who is teaching in Nora Springs. A. L. Peterson and Will Brown attended a Photographers' code meeting in Des Moines last week from Wednesday until Friday. Maurice Miller spent Sunday In Algona visiting her mother, Mrs. Guy Mantor. Maurice Is employed at Miss McOee's tea room in Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Arndorfer are the parents of a baby boy, Eugene Michael >om May 5. The Arndorfers have hree other children, all daughters. Mi-, and Mrs. O. W. Stillman and daughter, Ann. were guests of the for mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Stlil- man at Dolllver over the week end. Mr. and Mre. Henry Lavrenz spen Mothers' day with the latter's mother Mrs. August Heise at EaMon, Minn and wtih her brother, Al H«ise of Min nesota Lake, Minn. The Algona Ice Cream <fe Candy fflc tory recently purchased a new Inter national ice cream truck to be used i; delivering ice cream and candy to oth towns in this vicinity. Mrs. Paul Trauger, Mrs. Al Granzow Mrs. H. L. Hoenk. Mrs. A. A. Lyon an Mrs. Emmett Jackman of Whlttemor visited Mrs. Russell Weaver and wee old daughter, Shirley Kathcrine. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Koppen. Joe Koppen and family of Llvermore, Mike Koppen and family of Whlttomore spent Sunday at the home of Uvlr mother. Mrs. Elizabeth Koppen. Rev. Raymond Kresensky returned home Sunday after attending a meet- Arthur son, of Mr. and Mrs. A. Gn-.- enbach, now of Grinnell, but recently jf Algona, is spending this week with lussell Thorpe. Mr. and Mrs. Oroson- E J. Mnrtagh nnd Theodore Hutchison spent Tuesday nt Spirit l,«ke fishing. Theatre managers from F.mmetsburg. wch will come up after their son th!.- Esthervtllc. Bancroft. Burl. Laiirens. week end. W-rst Bend, Garner nnd Britt met on ing of the Iowa authors at Des Moines where he also read his poems over KSO and WHO. From there he went to Davenport and visited his sister, Mrs. Don Allen for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Erickson accompanied the former's sister-in-law, Mrs. 3. F. Erickson to her home in Minneapolis Friday and returned again Saturday. Mrs. Erickson has been visiting here for the past four weeks. Mrs. Ruth Jackson returned to her home Friday In New Hampton after visiting her daughters. Mrs. A. L. Long, and Ruth Jackson, here for about six weeks. Ruth Jackson accompanied her home and returned again Saturday. Mrs. John Schemelel's father. John Williams, is able to be up and around now and arrived home from Spencer a week ago Saturday. He expects to go to Kanawha this week end to attend the graduation •rxerclses of his grandchild. Mrs. A. Norman returned Saturday from a three months' visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Jas. White in Manilla. Mr. White brought Mrs. Norman home. Mrs. Jo? White and little Tommy White coming with them for a short visit. Miss Lizzie Holm went to Rlngsted Saturday to spend a we?k at the home of her nephew, Vcrnon Hohn. Vernon's daughter. May Ella, will be graduated this week and Miss Hohn went to attend the exercises which will be held on Friday. Coach Kenneth E. Mercer was a principal speaker at the regular meeting of the Rotarians Monday noon. His tail- was centered upon the growth and records of the annual Drake relays. Luk•• Llnnan presided In the absence of Herman Hauberg. The Anders Anderson house on East North street, was sold this week by C. W. Nicoulin to Wm. Fisher, proprietor of the Fisher cafe. The Fishers will make thte their family home. Mr. r-nd Mrs. Anderson and daughter will move Into their home on North Colby street. Monday nt the Call Theatre and talked over the requirements of the code on and ckarance so far (vs the re- of pictures in town Is concerned Mrs. Leslie Wilcox and children are iere visiting Mr. Wilcox's mother. Mrs. Guy Mantor. and Ills grandmother, Mrs. Anna Phillips. The Wilcox fam- ly has been living at Fort Dodge where Mr. Wilcox is n representative for Swift & Co.. but will locate soon in Spencer where he has been flrans- ferred. Hon. Bubbs Burtls of LuVerne accompanied the A. D. Burtls family to Algonn Friday for a visit with his friends on North Thorington street while the Burtls family went on to Minneapolis for a visit with their daughter. A number of social affair! have been given for the distinguished visitor from LuVerne. Bubbs Is a gues' at the home of his old pal. "Bill" Hag gard. Mrs. John Lamuth was a Mothers Day guest of her daughters. Miss Ir eno Lamuth and Mrs. Wm. Ryno o Fort. Dodge Sunday. She was accom panied by her sister. Mrs. Kate Laugh lin and daughter, Esther, and friend Carroll Puth of Charles City. Mrs Lamuth was a guest of her daughter Irene, at a Mothers' breakfast given b the Catholic Daughters of America Sunday morning. The party returned suntiny evening. Mr. and Mrs. A. Hutchison and Mrs E. C. Dickinson left Monday morning for Chicago where they will visit for a week before going on to Washington. D. C.. for a week's visit with Senator and Mrs. L. ,t. Dickinson. Dorothy Hutchison, who Is employed In the Northwestern Library in Chicago and her niece, little Mary Drummond, came out from Chicago Friday for a visit at the Hutchison home and returned wttn the travelers Monday. Mr and Mrs. Rrb Kain and daughter Alice and Mrs. Tom Knln left Tucs- ay for DeKalb. Illinois, for n vl.Mt 'ith relatives. Jack Johnston. Jr.. arrived Tuesday "rr.m Des Moines for a visit nt his lome. Mrs. Johnston is not In the best of health. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Leaverton have moved to the Sumner Parsons farm smith of Algona. and are living in the extra hniso there. Mrs. Mary Otto, motivr of Mrs. Henry Becker, arrived Saturday from her home in Holstein. Iowa, find will vlslfe here for two weeks. Mrs. Glen Bennett and son. Douglas cnme home Monday from Oinnh.i where- they run-.- been visiting her family for the past two weeks. The Pesky House Fly will soon be with us Shut him out of your home with tight screens and screen doors SeeU- F. S. Norton & Son Phone 229 Alfred Sodcroerp of Mllaca. Minn., i.s Northwestern Bell Telephone company, visiting here and at Bancroft now. He called at this office Monday afternoon lor a short visit and appears to be in •very good Ivralth. Alfred formerly liv- rd here and has many friends who are to see him. SORENSEN'S GROCERY SPECIALS Puffed Wheat 17 r 1IV Lge. Oval Sardines I0 r 2 cam 1; "Pumpkin, No. 2 |(J C size cans Sweet Pickles, quart jar Mustard, quart jar Kellogg's Flakes, OCJ r W. Wlu-at, :J pkf?s.* rt ' v Toilet Soap, Q r :n,ars ^ E. C. Baking 1Q C Powder, ltfi>. ran __*'*' Fancy Corn, 97- No. 2 sixc. L' <-;MI* Complete Line of Fn-sli Fruits and Vegetables Top I'rice I'm' Kjrtfs. I'hmie i:5Sand I'.'..- \\V Deliver. returned to work Monday after a two weeks' vacation. She and her mother spent nnd; of last w-eek In Waterloo. Mrs. May Hoenk and daughter. Miss Jessie Hoenk, of Long B?ach, California, arrived at the home of their son nnd brother, H. L. Hoenk last Thursday for a visit here of indefinite length. Mr. and Mrs. H. Pierce Witmer, tlv* latter a daughter of E. W. Lusby. the former's mother. Mrs. Elizabeth Wltmer nnd Del Gilfnllen. all of Des Moines. visited at Ithc E. W. Lusby home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Al Spongberg drove to Stanley Friday and returned with their daughter, Emma, who teaches in the Stanley schools. The Stanley schools nre closed and Emma Is home for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Arndorfer of St. Benellct are the parents of a baby boy born Saturday of last week. Tlw child has been named Eugene Michael, and to thrtr ftrtt «on. They have three daughters. Kcv and Mrs. C. Paul Carlson and baby left for St. Paul Monday afternoon Mrs. Carlson will undergo an operation for the removal of her appendix Rev. Carlson will return some time after the operation. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Barnard attended a get-together of the Gamble store managers at Fort Dodge Sunday Bridge and golf was enjoyed during the afternoon followed by a 6:30 dinner. Later there was dancing. About 45 managers and their wives were present. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Falkmhainer will move to St. Paul about the first of June and Otto will have charge of the northwest branch of the Meyer Furnac* Co. He has been a salesman for this company for some time and is on-: 1 of the most experienced furnace men in the country. Four reserve officers, First Lieutenant P A. Danson and Second Lieutenants Leighton Mlsbach, Lloyd Buchanan and Paul Hutchins were ut Fort Des Moines Friday and Saturday attending a camp of all the reserve officers of Iowa. They returned home Sunday afternoon. Mona Dee, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Holtcamn and Marvin Herman, little son of Mr. and Mrs Ed Hackbarth were baptized In the Trinity Lutheran church by Rev p J Braner la-st Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Fred Jacobs nnd Herman Hintz and Mrf. Rosa Hackbarth acted " .sponsors for the children White's Grocery EXTRA SPECIAL No. 10 Fruits Choice Peaches Prunes Pears Apricots Blackberries White Cherries Bed Cherries Big 3 Apricots Big 3 Pears Apples, fancy Loganberries Black Easpberries Bed Raspberries Crushed Pineapple Broken Pineapple Strawberries Choice Choice • l-»jro - *ri •-w The Goeders Company's 48 YEARS OF VALUE GIVING** Jack Tar Suits are better in make and quality, fast colors, 2 to 8. Child's Unions (M) brand, fine check dimity. Boy's or girls' sizes 2 to 10. 2 for 48c Kid Gloves Fine French Kid In White or black, display soiled. 4Sc Silk Blouses Smart, new styles, in plain colors or prints. White, brown, navy, pastel-s. 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