The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 31, 1934 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 31, 1934
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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 31, 1934 Ed Holeoek and Jim Burda spent Memorial day in Garner with Ed's brothers. Mr. and Mrs. L. 3. Nelson and family were visitors at the home of Mrs. Anna Nurre at Bancroft Sunday. Mrs. E. L. Clark of Oecorah is visiting at the home of her sister-in-law, Mrs. George Johnson, near Rich Point. Glen Branson of Des Moines was in Algona the first of the week looking after business matters and visiting old friends. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Lee are moving into the Lafe Griffin home. Mr. Orlffln will keep a room in the house for himself. Mrs. Ida Zumach will drive to Cedar Palls Friday after her daughter, Ella, who has been a student there the past year. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wehler of Fairmont visited Sunday at the Mrs. Fred Wehler home in Algona, and also in Whittemore. George Pedley of Dallas, Texas, came Wednesday of last week for a visit at the Charley Nolte home. Mr. Pedley is a cousin of Mr. Nolte. W. E. Naudaln, who has been ill the past three weeks or more with kidney trouble, is improving and was able to be up for a while Monday. TINY WINDOWS Thai Open the Way to Cool Summer Chic! Cool they arc and smart! A host of styles for street, dress and sports. You'll find these BrownMts as thrilling in style as they are in value. BROWNELL Shoe Co. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Spilles and daughter, Arlen, spent Sunday with relatives and friends at Whlttemor* and West Bend. Harold Falkenhalner underwent an operation for appendicitis early Tuesday morning at the Mercy hospital in Des Moines. Harold is employed In the office of Comptroller C. B. Murtagh. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bunker and two children of Payton, Iowa, came Memorial day to the home of Mrs. Bunker's parents. Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Lindsay. Mr. Bunker returned home the same day but Mrs. Bunker and two children will stay until Saturday. Mrs. John Connolly of Des Moines who came up with her son, A. E. Michel, Tueslay and visited at the D. L. Leffert home. Ila Leffert returned with Mrs. Connelly Wednesday even- Ing and will attend the eighth annual music association contest held at Des Moines the latter part of this week. Kathryn Misbach came home Sunday from Alvord where she has been teaching and will spend the summer at home. Her brother Leighton went after her. Kathryn will return to Alvord in the fall to teach English. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Copp cam« home Wednesday evening from Nashua where they had .'pent Tuesday and Wednesday. They were accompanied by Mrs. P-fer Tobin, who came" to attend the funeral of her brother, Joe Cosgrove. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. M. Smith and daughter. Mary Susa.n, of Des Moines spent Tuesday evening and Memorial day at the J. J. Holtzbauer home and also visited at the home of Mrs. Smith's brother, W. A. Barry. Rosanne Holtzbauer returned to Des Moines with the Smiths and will visit there for the next two weeks. Irving Urch returned Sunday from West Concord, Minnesota, where he had gone after his wife who had bsen visiting there a few days. Mrs. Urch had accampanled her husband's mother, Mrs. Fred Urch and son, Paul, to their home last Thursday. Irving's grandfather, Lafe Griffin, accompanied him and will visit fo ra time with his daughter, Mrs. Fred Urch. Mr .and Mrs. E. W. Lusby will leave Sunday for Missouri, where they will visit relatives of Mr. Lusby for two or three weeks. Mr. Lusby's boyhood home was Garden City which Is near Kansas City. While the Lusbys are in Missouri they will attended a r°unlon of the six Lusby brothers and sisters, which is the first they have had in about twenty-five or thirty years. Frank Bondor of Mountain View, California, has been visiting in Algona recently during his vacation. Mr. Bondor was located in Algona for about two years and keeps his residence Iwre, but has been living In California the past two years, since taking a position with the government at Sunnyvale which is a western aircraft headquarters. He expects to be back in California June 7. During his visit in Iowa; he has spent some time with the Rev. F. H. Webster family in Humeston. om&xyff&y®^^ Milady's Beauty Salon Have You Heard About Cool Heat when getting a Permanent Wave? We invite you to come In ask us about our ivjw machine which eliminates weight and heat in permanent waving. It gives a lasting wave and ringlets. Phone 127 !ue Morlan § £0JX£0»a0#arat0<^jKoxiooaom^ Vote For J. J. Dooley Democratic Candidate for County Recorder June 4th Fair-miudt'd voters of Kossuth county, I tVel sure, will grant me the customary second term. For which I thank you. £•••••••••••••••••• Big Furniture Auction Sat. June 2, 1:30 P.M. Naudain Bldtf. West of Kent Motor This is by fur the largest consignment to be sold in monUis. Pur too large to itemize. Ajuuiitf otlJer things in this sule are unclaimed freight, merchandise consisting of 8 packing cases of dishes, clothing, etc. Furniture consisting of oak and walnut duiing room suites, ovcrHulfed davenports, breakfast sets, drop leaf tables, a number of good ice boxes, ranging from 50 to 1<X) pounds, chairs, radios, rugs, illicit of drawers, shop tools. Bring in vow live stock or anything you have to sell Attend this liuge Auction. Auctioneers, Col. C. O. Riddle & L. H. Dockhorn of Des Moines. Mrs. Edytlv? Dalley and son, Bill, pent Memorial day with the former'.? mother at Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lynk were guests of the latter's brother. H. rt. Wolle at Minnesota Lake Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. R. R. Kennedy of Minneapolis Were guests of the latter's sister, Mrs. T. C. Sherman, Memorial Day. Betty, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Laird, is one of the latest victims of the measles having contracted the disease Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Wright returned Monday evening from Rochester where they spent several days. They spent Memorial Day at Spencer. Howard M. Wilson arrived from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, last Friday and spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wilson. W. E. Laird suffered another gall bladder attack. Sunday but it was not as severe as usual and he is able to be up and around »t this writing. Mrs. Walter Shellmyer and children, Jimmy Lee and Dorothy, of West Bend was a truest of her sister, Mrs. Leo Spilles Thursday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Richardson and family left Tuesday night for Okoboji where they spent several days fishing and hoped to bring a larg-? catch home. E. A. Scheme! came up from Geneva nnd spent the week end with his family. Mrs. Schemel returned with him and return-Ed here Tuesday evening. Mrs. C. E. Priebe and Mr.s. Fred Hn- beger of Bancroft were guests at the D. J. Habeger home Tuesday and also attended the funeral of Mrs. A. H. Stock. Mr. and Mrs. Georgre Cole and their daughter, Eleanor and frknd, Mildred Rich .all of Cooper. Iowa, were guest? of Mrs. Cole's sister, Mrs. Burton Thorpe, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Hoenk w-ere visitors in Fort Dodge on Memorial Day. Mr. Hoenk's mother and sister from California who visited here recently are visiting in Fort Dodge at this time. B. V. Hibtedt, new manager of Cummings 5c to $1.00 store, moved his family and household goods from Ogden here Monday. They are now living in the Jensen home on West McGregor street. Marguerite Dalzlei and Bernice Harrington, students at Grlnnell College, are expeolod home today for the summer's vacation. Arba Dee Long, another student, will be home about a week later. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Habeger will kave Sunday for Cedar Falls to attend the graduation exercises at the Iowa State Teachers' College. Their " daughter, Margaret, graduates after taking an elementary course. A. E. Michel came un from D;s Moines and spent Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday with his family. He was accompanied by his mother, Mrs. G. M. Connolly of Des Moines who visited a few days here. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Norton and son, Richard took the former's mother Mrs. W. A. Norton, back to her homo in Marshailtown Memorial day. The elder Mrs. Norton had been visiting at her son's home the past ten days. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Chubb will leave Friday and will spend the summer at the Miller Bay Hotel at Mllford, Iowa, which Is run by Roscoe Patch and family. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Rice will take care of the Chubb home during their absence. Mrs. Sherman Stearns and her sister, Elva Fohlins of Beloit, Wisconsin. are visiting Algona friends for a few days. They came for Memorial day as their parents ark? burled here. Mr. Fohlni owned the greenhouse here years ago. Mrs. G. F. Towne and daughters. Burden? and Betty Lou spent Sunday at Spencer and at Lake Okoboji. Tucs- uay afternoon the Towne family went fishing at. Fairmont. The success of their catch had not been reported at this writing. Donnabelle M-crron of Esthervllle was a guest at the R. H. Mllcr home Monday evening and Tuesday morning. The Millers spent Memorial Day in Esther- vllle with relatives and returned that evening with Donnabelle, who will visit here for a short time. Dr", and Mrs. Gary Anderson and family of Ackley arrived Tuesday for a visit of a few days with the former's father, Fred Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Anderson of RadclifTe were also guests Monday at the Fred Anderson home. Roy is a son of Fred. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Tobin, Waseca, Minnesota, arrived Friday to visit at the Cosgrove home and also visit Mrs. George Holtzbauer, sister of Mrs. Tobin. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Tobin of Nashua, Iowa, also visited Mrs. Holtzbauer Sa.urday and Sunday. Mrs. Tobin is also a sister of Mrs. Holtzbauer. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Arneson are the parents of a baby boy born Thursday, May 24th at their home on North Phillips street. Mrs. C. W. Green is car- Ing for Uie mother and baby. Mr. Ai - neion is employed at the Algona Greenhouse. The child which -ewlghed 8', a pounds, has been named Wilmer Eugene. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Joynt and son, Billy, drove their daughter, Helen, to Cylinder Sunday where she attended the shower of her cousin's bride-to- be. Mr. and Mrs. Joynt and son then drove to Mallard and visited th-' latter's parents and also attended the May Dai- dinner given by the Catholic church there. Marion, Caroline and Floyd Todd, who formerly lived here and will be remembered by their many fri-HQ-s, spent Monday evening and Tuesday here with friends. Marion is now a nurse in a hospital at Washington Iowa, and Caroline and Floyd, make their home with their father, Joe, at Princeton, Missouri. James Duhigg of Emmctsburg. brother of Mrs. E. C. McMa.'iiiii, will be o.caned ut Sioux City next Sui.'day I:L- ri a.g. He has b en attending :hf S'. Paul Seminary of St. Paul. IK will - i ay his first \i i .$ at EmmetbljurK next Wednesday in iSt. Thomas' ciiui'tli Mr. und Mrs. Me M • IM u U leave her;. for Sioux City Saturday. Mrs. Fay Hopkins and two daughters, Patricia Jane and Barbara Ann, of GlendaJe. California, arrived Wednesday evening for a. vitiu lure with relatives and friends. Sht will sjiend the summer here. Mr. Hopkins who is the son of Mrs. C. W. Hopkiila .will come J:ere for u. short vi^it before r-cturning with hi-, family to their home. Dorothy Sellstroia was recently in- iated into the Ah/nu Pal Oiir.'sja. national dramatic Ira-'.eniily, at the Gu»>- t.uu-s Adoljjlias Collide uL S: Pvter. Mii!ii< :•>;>!.i. Kiirlier in the \<,ir .-.lie wu-. i |:iit:ut-<1 into lh<_- Tun Mu Tim .,uiui- Hy Shu- i.> u junior thij >c-ar. lielmv i u UTiiii;; liuiiii.-, Uuiuihv will ;.-pi-iiU .1 I we k ui:h 1; r .,01 only alter -chuui Perry White spent the wock ond in Mt. Vernon visiting friends. Melbourne Simpson of Whitfcemore was a Sunday visitor at the L. C. Ga;>t home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gronbach visited his parents, Gottlieb Gronbach, last Sunday". Helen Patterson of R-ingsted spent Sunday with her parents, the o. R. Pattersons. Richard Coffin started work the latter part of last week as insurance salesman for H. N. Kruse. Mrs. C. M. Christensen of Swea City is visiting a few days with her daughter, Mrs. O. R. Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. Heimer Bjellertd and little daughter visited the former's mother, Sunday, in Eagle Grove. Don White returned Wednesday from Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Ferris and son. Gene, spont Memorial r^y with, relatives in Forost City. Mr. nnd Mrs. Clarence Gardner, and Mr. and Mrs. Ornie Bern-ends were fishing nt. Spirit. Lake Sunday. Lou Crammond of Sioux Falls. South Dakota, arrived Monday for a few days' visit with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith, and family of Rlngsted. and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Osbom and family were at the Jens Peterson home Friday evening:. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. ICutschara of Clear Lake arrived Memorial day for a few weeks' visit with tl>e latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Winkel. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pannfcuk and the letter's sister, who will best bfe remembered as Mrs. Maude Taylor and Myrtle Platt of Fairmont visited with Minneapolis after spending- the time since Saturday there on business. Mr. and Mrs. Will Tlede and Fred Tiede, all of LuVerne were the guests of the Louis Hintz home last Sunday. Mrs. L. G. Baker and son, Durwood. spent Tuesday afternoon -with the former's mothc(r. Mrs. Mary Lucas, at Kanawha. Gertrude Kuechenreuther. chief operator at the local Bell Telephone office. is enjoying her vacation this week and next. Delia Welter and Helen Zittritsch enjoyed the day Sunday at Iowa Lake fishing. The catch was reported ns very good, Helen Goedcrs and Norman Walker were visitors over the week end at the home of the latter at Salix. Iowa, whic'-i is near Sioux City. County Treasurer and Mr.s. M. J. Duffy and family were guests of the former's sifter. Mrs. Herman Miller and family at Mallard Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. D. A. Barnard arid daughter wire guests of Mrs. C. A. Norman of Winnebago. aunt of Mrs. Barnard on Memorial day. Mrs. Ed DeZellar accompanied by her son, Jimmie, and Mrs. A. C. Willey drove Sister M. Isadore to Dougherty when? she will teach for a few weeks. Mrs. J. M. Oleson and Mrs. T. C. Michaelson of Humboldt, moth-sr and sister of Mrs. J. W. Little arrived here Tuesday for a visit, at the Little home. Mr. and Mrs. John Hohenberger and Rev. W. H. Sohlie of Livermore visited at the Gottlieb Gronbach and George Hohenberger homes last Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. George Patterson and family. Maurice Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Simpson and dauRlater. Margery sp:nt Sunday at West Bend visiting the grotto. Ruth McMahon will leave Thursday (today) for Iowa City where she will visit a former roommate and also attend the commencement exercises at the University. Rev. L. A. Crull, father of Mrs. J. L. Bonar, is expected back h-ere the latter part of this week after spending trie winter with another daughter in Salem, Oregon. Mrs. Frnak McChesney and son of Lynd, Minnesota, visited Tuesday and Wednesday at the Fred Gelgel home and also at. Hurt. Mrs. McChesney is a sister of Mrs. Geigel. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Lamuth and their children. Billy and Mary visited Saturday and Sunday with their daughter, Eleanor in Rochester and son, Ralph and wife in FairbaiUt. Bessie Quarton of Oedar Rapids. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sumner Quarton and granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Quarton, was a gu-rst at the Quarton home Memorial day. Tholma Blinkman began work as the cashkr Friday at the States cafe. She is the daughter of Mrs. Minnie Blink- mail and is a graduate of the Algona high school of the class of la-st year. Mrs. Jo. r oph Leichtelg and daughters, Rosella and Adelaide and Russ Kelly, all of C'rcJCO, Iowa, were guests at the Phillip Kohlhans home Sunday. Mrs. Lcichtcig is a sister of Mr.s. Kohlhaas. Mrs. A. A. Lyon and her two children Joan and Craig, will kave this coming Saturday for Danville, 111., where she will make an extended visit with her mother, Mrs. W. C. Wright, this summer. Cecil Householder, who is foreman and caterpillar driver for road contractor Oeorg-: Little, new by plane from Sheffield to Algona with Pilot Ernest Meyers. Miss Audry Clark, accompanied Mr. Householder. Mr. and Mrs. Gust Ba-essler, Mrs. Fred Steussy and son, Melburn and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hanselman all of LuVerne and Will Wetzel and family and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fotratz of Lone Rock visited the Max Bast home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed DeZellar and son. Jimmie, will leave Saturday for St. Paul. to visit their parents. Mr. DeZellar will return Sunday but Mrs. DeZellar and Jimmie will attend her sister, Helen's graduation exercises and visit for an indefinite time Mr. and Mrs. George Good and son, Jerry of Spirit Lake came Saturdtiy for a visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Good and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Benson. George returned Sunday but Mrs. Good and son are visiting h<ere this week until Saturday morning. C. A. Momyer left for Sioux City Monday to attend an abstractors' convention. He was accompanied by Hugh Shepard and George R. Ludeman of Mason City. Mr. Momyer is a member of tlvs executive committee and Mr Ludeman is on the regional conuiiitt>ee. Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Coffin and th-eir daughter, Elizabeth, took Mrs. H. H Rowe, mother of Mrs. Coffin, back to 1-ir home in Lake Park Sunday after a three w-eelcs' visit. Elizabeth staged there for a visit wit-h relatives and friends. Miss Eva Brown, now employed by the Western Union Telegraph Co.. of this city, \yill. effective June 1st. enter the employ of W. M. Bell Company of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and Cedar Rapids, Iowa, ut Algona. as assistant to the manager, W. M. Geering. Doris, daughter of Mr and Mrs. A. L. Long, arrived home Friday from Nora Springs wlier? h- r school term endi-d. S':'e will leave Thursday i today i for Grinnell to attend commencement ex- '-•rciM.'S and to bring her sister. Arba Ut .-. student there, buck here for tlie summer. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jorgi-ii^-n of Wii'«-rloo came Saturday to the home of tile former's molli-. r. Mrs. AnUjne JoryvlUifii. They vi=.ited other relatives here also until Tuesday. Mr. Jor- ger.son ha^ three sisters i;-. re. Ivli,->. Wui- tur Dale. Mr.s. Will Muckey and Mrs. Jumis Murray. A baby bov. v.viy ..I::LT 8 burn Friday 111,011 t,> I'.li -,. liu.iv The baby >',,<--> b^p ' al.d Was 1'iven li..- !.a:i,<I. un. Mr. aiM.i M: . Ki !.a'-. •' .-1\ e!:'i,!l , 11 ! ..' \J 1.1; • M . . !•"!, i. (-..:,•:: 1 i.l Mi. K.ui.!i..i.i . ..;.u ij.: friends here Tuesday. Mrs. Chester Ward of Huiivboldt vis- ited friends here Tuesday and that evening attended th-? graduating pxrr- elses of the .senior claw of the hiszh .school in which her son, Johr. Shi'lts took part. Esther Lamuth. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Lamuth ha* resigned her position as office girl at th? local Northwestern Bell Telephone Company and her Dlace has been taken by Genevieve Hartshorn. Mr. and Mrs. Wallno? McDougall joined the former's mother at Mason City Sunday and drove on to Rockford where they spent the day. Mrs. McDougall stopped in Mason City on their return and remained until Wednesday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tubbesing. Mrs. Idft Weis and daughter. Dorothy left Wednesday for their home in Cherokee after spending the past year in Algona. Mrs. Weis has been keeping house for T. H. Wadsworth. She will surrrrded by Mrs. Ella Pentlco of m-fr who was formerly at t.ha J. A. McDonald home. Dorothy hasa b'rn attending school here. She will be a senior in the Cherokee high fchool next. year. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Weis and family took them to Cherokee, returning the same day. Mr. WMs is a son of Mrs. Ida Weis. Eleanor Rahm, Mr. and Mrs. Louis G-rrmann and family. Ilia Jean Dwinger of Algona, Emma Rfthm, Mr. and Mrs. Art Rtstau and family and Frank Youngwirth of LuVerne, Mr. and Mrs. Magnus R«hm and family and Anthon Rahm of St. Benedict visited Sunday at Templeton where they enjoyed a family reunion with their mother, Mrs. John Bterl. Arthur Priebe went to Decornh Saturday for A few days' visit and to get Mrs. Priebe who has been visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Larson, the past week. I ike fit Smart Styles For All Occasions! 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