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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 7, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moinea. Algona, Iowa, June 7, 1934 focal fyentt Mrs. O. D. Stokes spent Saturday and .Sunday In Sbencer with her sister. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Hargreaves and three children spent Sunday in Graet- tlnger with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Andahl. Mrs. D. C. Mahan left Monday morning for Manato, Colorado, where she will spend the summer with relatives. Gwen and Erma Lee Deal were guests at the home of their aunt at Oraettlnger Monday and Tuesday of this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cummings, now making their home In Des Moines, spent the week end visiting their many friends here. Mrs. Lottie Ealn returned to Iowa City Tuesday after visiting here and looking after business Interests since last Thursday. Otis Barr, son of John Barr, Is home from Sioux Palls, South Dakota, where he has been attending an osteopathy school this last term. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wlnkiel of Chicago were guests over the week end at the home of the formers parents, Mr. and Mrs. Prank Wlnkel. Mrs. Julia Benson has been working as ooerator at the Bell Telephone company since last Thursday In the place of Erma Kfennegan, who Is 111. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. DeGraw drove to Cedar Palls Saturday for their daughter, Mildred DeGraw, who has been (teaching third and fourth grades there this year. Mr. and Mrs. Roy O. BJustrom and family and Mr. and Mrs. Art Helberg and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Alvln Weber home near Irv- Ington. Rev. and Mrs. R. A. Burrows of Dallas Center returned to their home Wednesday after visiting since Monday with the latter'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wright. Mrs. Bernard Tlerney of Mason City spent the week end In Algona and also at Bancroft, where she attended the funeral of her grandmother, Mrs. W. W. O'Dell. Rev. P. J. Braner left Tuesday morn- Ing to attend the Northern district Lutheran pastoral conference which Is tto convene from June 5-7th at Marcus, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. McCullough drove to Des Monies Friday where Mr. McCullough attended a state funeral directors' meeting. They returned hom-a •the same day. Mrs. G. D. Shumway and son, David, drove to Havelock last Tuesday nnd returned with her mother, Mrs. A. G. Obrecht, who will visit here for a couple of wzeks. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Joynt and their children returned Thursday morning after spending Decoration Day in Du- tmque with Mr Joynt's two sisters, Mrs. A. W. and Mrs. Joe Heisler. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dnu and family attended the Lutheran school picnic at Whlttemore Sunday. Othar Aluon- lans present were Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Duffy and Ruth and Mari-sta Bcsten- lehner. Lewis Hlntz, who has been 111 for several days is Improving nicely. The Rotary club held their regular meeting at the Algona Ho'tel Monday noon with President Herman Hauberg In charge. Mr. and Mrs. John Dutton and three boy ands Mrs. Dutton's sisters, Amelda Lavrenz, left Sunday for Cass Lake, where they will spend the next ten davs fishing. Amelda Is taking her vacation from Moe & SJogren's grocery store where she is employed. Dorothy Frambach of Waterloo Is visiting with her cousins, Mary Elizabeth and Joan Godden, at this time. Ella Zumach, Algona student at the Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Palls, returned here to her home on Thursday. Mrs. Ernest Scftuenke, of Storm Lake, daughter of Mrs. H. M. Steussy Is visiting at the Steussy home at this time. She arrived Sunday evening and will leave Friday. She Is the former Anna Steussy. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bates of Des Moines arrived Friday for a week's vis- It with the former's mother, Mrs. Mary Bates. They will also visit at the Claude Samson home. Mrs. Samson Is a sister of Mr. Bates. Joseph, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kelly, returned here Friday morning from South Bend, Indiana, where he has been a freshman at. Notre Dame. Joe will be employed at the swimming pool here this summer. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Nlelander and daughter, Ruth and their daughter-in- law, Mary Lou Nlelander of Spring Valley, Minnesota, are visiting this week at the home of Mr. Nielander's sister, Mrs. J. T. Chrlschllles. Mr. and Mrs. George Cole and daughter, Eleanor of Cooper visited the first of the week at the home of Mrs. Cole's sister, Mrs. Burton Thorpe. Mr. Cole has sold his general store In Cooper and Is looking for a new location. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McMahon spent Saturday and Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. Richard Schmitz at Storm Lake. They also visited at the home of their son-in-law's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Schmitz at Storm Lake. Miss Katherine Moses stopped at the A. L. Long home Saturday evening for a few days' visit. Miss Moses was on her way to her home In Minneapolis from Cedar Rapids where she had finished her fourth term of teaching. Edward Zender, studtent at Iowa State University, Iowa City, spent Memorial day with his father. Frank Zender. He "then drove the car back to school and returned with George Kan- oufT, another student at the university, the next day. The two boys are here for the summer vacation. A card from Editor Roy Button the last of the week located Mr. and Mrs. Hufcton and Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Kennedy of Bancroft In the national capital, where the Buttons were visiting their daughter, Doris, for a few days. The auto party is expected home the last of next week. Walter Beardsley, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Beardsley, is helping out at th>? Brownell shoe store during the summer months. Lloyd Pratt and Buddy Halpin returned Tuesday after visiting since Thursday with friends and relatives in West Union, Iowa. Helen Dingley Is in charge of the Wehler Jewelry store this week while Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Wehler are taking their wedding trip. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Vincent of Cedar Rapids returned to their home Saturday after visiting Algona relatives and friends since Memorial Day. Bud Zender came home Thursday from Iowa City where he has been attending the University and Is assisting In the Zender & Caldwell store. Dr. and Mrs. P. V. Janse are expecting their daughter, Mrs. H. T. Miller of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, to come next Tuesday for a visit here. Mrs. Eugene Neville and two children, Mary Jane and Lewis went to Spencer Monday to visit the formers parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lewis. Milford Green began work June 1 at the Basket grocery. Milford had previously been employed at the Wilson bakery for the past year or two. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Poster drove to Mt. Vernon Sunday for their daughter, Mary Elizabeth, who has been a student at Cornell college the pa*t year. Shirley Temple Mrs. G. H. Free received word that her son-in-law, R. L. Duncan of West- Held, New Jersey, had suffered a severe attack of pneumonia but was somewhat improved at this time. Mr. nnd Mrs Duncan and family are expected here for a visit the latter part of this mnath and it is not known whether the plans will be changed because of that or not. It Is hoped Mr. Duncan will have his strength back, at that time. Mrs. Duncan Is the former Esther Free. Mr and Mrs. H. H. Dearchs and family drove to Martel Saturday where they visited Mrs. Dearchs' brother, Merrill Rawson and family. Sunday they went to Cedar Falls after their daughter, Esther, who has been taking post graduate work at the Iowa State Teachers College. Esther will beach the first and second grades at LuVerne next year. Mr. and Mrs. Dearchs will drive to Ames next Monday after their daughter, Julia, who will be graduated from the home economics department at Iowa State College. Julia expects to go to Chicago soon after her graduation to visit her aunt, Miss Georgia Rawson, who Is on the staff of the Great Northern Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Stlllman plan to attend the graduation exercises at the Iowa State College at Ames next Monday. The former's sister, Nadine, will graduate. Donald Miner began work last week at the champlain oil station south of the hotel. He succeeds Ed Ostrum, who has taken a position at the Botsford Lumber yard. Martin Bonnstetter Is very much improved now and Is able to be up and around. Monday was the first day he was up ana -Wfla ^sitting out on their porch for fc ,$%?• S Mr. and ftre A*|D. Richards spent Monday near Lone Rock looking after their interests in their farm there. They report that the ranlfall there was heavier than here. Mary Helen Hudson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd E. Hudson, spent the week end in Des Moines with her aunt, Mrs. Gradus DeKock, and also attended the band concert there. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Overmyer drove to Oskaloosa Monday and returned with their daughter, June Ad>elle, who will spend the summer here. June Adelle has been teaching there. E. R. Waller of St. Paul visited the last of the week with his son, R. B. Waller of the Algona Upper Des Moines. Mr. Waller is a veteran passenger conductor on the Northwestern. Shirley Temple is the five year old child wonder who Is appearing tonight at the Call Theatre In "Stand Up and Cheer." She will have tire feature part In "Little Miss Marker." with Adolphe Men- iou and Claudia Doll on Sunday and Monday. June 25-26. The picture is the only one to run 21 sold days at the Paramount Theatre in | New York City. The story was written by Damon Runyon who wrote "Lady for a Day" In which May Robson made such a success. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Etherlngton spent Sunday at Lost Island flshlng. Mrs. Dominic StufTlick suffered a heart attack Thursday night and has been very 111 since. The W. C. T. U. meets Tuesday with Mrs. J. L. Daub on College street and Mrs Sanders as leader. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Peters of St. Louis, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Saunders Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Cook of Fort Dodge were guests Decoration day at the H. E. Morgan home. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Roll of Hustes- ford, Wis., came Friday to visit Miss Gusta Winkle and other relatives. Evan Flnnell and Stanley Greiner left Friday for Oass Lake where they planned to spend a week flshing. Kenneth Stephenson Is now clerking at the White grocery store. He wa. formerly employed at the Basket gro eery. Jamos Watt umpired a ba.«obnll game Junday between Forest city and Col- ax at Forest City. Joe Laws, well known Univrrslty of Iowa athlete is a member of the Colfax team. Julian Arndorfer has opened an el- 'Ctrieal repair shop at his home on North Wooster street. Mr. Arndorfer 'ormerly lived at St. Benedict where le engaged In the electrical business. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Nnsby of Omaia ar? expected Thursday for a week end visit with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. D. James. Mr. Nasby is making the trip to look after business matters at Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Platt and their children and Mrs. Plaits mother, Mrs. J. Troutman left Monday morning for a visit at Neosho, Missouri, with Howards relctlves and will then go to Yellowstone Park and other points In the west. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Laird and daughter. Linda, of Des Moines. came on Tuesday of last week for a visit with the former's mother, Mrs. Ella Laird Mr. Laird returned Wednesday bu Mrs. Laird and daughters visited here until Saturday. Arba Dee Long and Doris Long returned from Grinnell Tuesday. Arba Dec has been attending the Grinnell college and Doris has been there since Thursday when; she went to attend the graduation exercises. Herbert French left Thursday for Mankato to take a position in the Botsford Lumber yard there. He has been employed the paat few months at the local Botsford yard. Ed Ostrum is taking Herberts place here. Pearl Walker came Monday evening from Chicago where she is taking a nurses' training course at St. Lukes hospital, for a three weeks stay with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lefl Walker, who live near Good Hope. vvwwwwrvwwwvwwv^^ CAN YOU STOP? Here It Is! Instant Lighting—Just like a gas stove 1934 COLEMAN GASOLINE RANGE Light it—that's all—no waiting for the generator to heat up—just turn it on and apply your match as you would a city gas stove. )»S»SSS»3»»»»S3 We also have a nice assortment of Kerosene stoves and ranges, prices ranging from $4.75 to $39-50. caattaacaaaaaaKa HOT WEATHER ITEMS Mrs. C. S. Johnson, her daughter, Mrs. Edith Jones and little daughter, Mildred, and Mrs. Ed Johnson are at Clear Lake where they will spend the summer at the Johnson cottage. Mr. Johnson spent the week end with them. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Twogood returned Saturday from Okobojt where they had spent a few days with Mrs. Eugene Murtagh at the Mrs. Al Falk- enhaincr cottage. Mr. Murtagh Joined Mrs. Murtagh Friday for a week end stay at the lake. Mrs. L. D. Potter of Storm Lak brought her mother. Mrs. C. E. Hels home the first of last week after visit there. Mrs. L. E. Potter icturned last wee Wednesday after a visit with he daughter, Mrs. Alta Steiles and son In' Charles City. ] Mrs. George Bell of Eldrldgc, North Dakota, Mrs. L. E. Potter nnd Mrs. W. Martin were guests Monday at the H. E. Morgan home. DM1 Mnhan nnd Bill Dnu and Melvln Long of Fort Dodge expect to leave Friday for a week's flshing at Lake Winneblgoshlsh. Mrs. Byron Cftldwell of Gray's Lake, Illinois, came Saturday for a'visit of three or four weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Shoppard. Mr. nnd Mrs. Guy Clefton of Owa- tonnn, Minn., returned home Tuesday nfter visiting with the lattcrs sister, Mrs. E. J. Hough, since Saturday. Mrs. Lewis Grebrlck of Burlington came last week Wednesday for a 10 day visit nt the homes of her twin brothers, M. A. and F. E. Bartholomew. Ixfrainc Ticrney, employee of the Iowa State Bank, Is taking her vacation tills week and is spending it with her aunt, Mrs. P. W. Tobin nt Nashua lown. Rev. L. A. Crull, father of Mrs. J. L. Bonar, arrived Tuesday from Salem, Oregon, where she has been spendins the winter, and will make an extended visit here at ths Bonar home. Jerome Weaver, while cnroute to hi home in Sherwood. North Dakota, from Cleveland, Ohio, where he has been n college, stopped here Monday evenin for n few days visit at the homes o his aunt, Mrs. Josephine Stanton and uncle, M. P. Weaver" Joe Lowe nnd H. D. Clnpsnddle, to- other with a group from Buffalo Oner, left last Thursday for Cns.s Lake nd other points in Minnesota on a eek's fishing trip. Bill Specht Is elping out at the Clapp's Master Ser- Ice while H. D. Is away. Mrs. Ella Grant of Elgin, HI., and ttiss Mary Davidson of Pawpaw, 111., nd Miss Lucille Moats of Sterling, 11., came Saturday to the home of Mrs. Wary Runchey. They all visited the West Bend grotto Monday. The girls eturned home Tuesday and Mrs. Grant pmalned for a longer visit with her ister. Howard Clark and Miss Edna Bunkofske were married Saturday at Maon City. The Urlde Is the daughter of dr. and Mrs. Albert Bunkofske of 3urt. Her husband Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Clark of Britt. The couple have rented a farm near Burt Tor the coming year and go to housekeeping then. Mrs. Alice Catry of Whlttemore was \ business visitor in Algona Tuesday. Mrs. Calry is the wife of Seth C'alry, now deceased and still owns tho Champion newspaper. She succeeded her imMband as postmistress nt Whltto- more after his death and hns kept this position until the appointment of John Cullen recently. High-powered cars—crowded streets—fast, traffic. Will your Brakes stop your car? A test on our Firestone Electic Brake Machine, will reveal the exact, condition of each brake on each wheel. This simple test is .FREE and it is your insurance of Extra Drivine: Safety. Drive in today. AVe have a complete line of the new Firestone Aquapruf Brake Lining. "Aqunpruf". a new Firestone process, prevents tlie absorption of water or moisture. Firestone Aquapruf Brake, Lining provides safe, sure stops in wet or dry weather. JUNE SPECIALS Vacuum Cleaning FREE With each car wash or car greasing Save 75c or more on this offer. Now the dirt storms are over and the rains have settled the dust, you will want your upholstery cleaned to prevent soiling your light colored clothes. Tire Service Co. "MAC" Phone 856 "VIC" IWWWUWJW^^^ Those from berc who attended the first. Mass of Father James Duhlgg. brother of Mrs. E. C. McMnhon nt Em- metsburR Wednesday wore: Mr. and Mrs. E. C. McMahon, Mrs. Nellie nnt: Rov McMnhon, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jcol i Hcrbst Mr. nnd Mrs. Chet Williams. Mr. nnd Mrs. O. W. Stlllmnn, Mr. nnd Mrs. S. E. McMnhon. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Knin, nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Lorenz. Bernice Stock went to Eaelc Grove Monday to pack her things preparatory to returning home for the summer. She will sjrend trie preater part of the summer here with her father, but expects to have charge of a dancing school In Eagle Grove pnrt of the week. Bernice hns been girl's athletic director nt EH pie Grove the past two years. She wns ncrompnniwl home by Miss Dlnrk- mnn, who Is her accompanist for the dancing class. Mr. nnd Mrs. Howard Wallace of C«Ulf<irnln. lw!ho nrc vtsiU'ng at the home of Mrs. W. K. Ferguson and with other relatives and friends, loft Wednesday for n week's trip to Wisconsin. They wer? accompanied by Mr. Wnl- Incc's cousin. Mlss'LucIa Wallace. They planned to stop at Dubuque for n visit with their niece, Miss Elizabeth Horton of Boston. Miss Wallace will not come bnck with them, but will stay in Mn- toon, Wiscoasin, for a visit with her sister. Thermos Bottles Thermos Jugs lee Cream Freezers Electric Fans Window screens, adjustable Screen wire cloth Nelson Hardware WWWfffJHWfJWffflWWJWJ'* CUT RATE GROCERY Last Chance to Buy Sugar and Flour at thes low prices. SUGAB Beet— 100 Ibs. $4.68 25 l;bs. SI- 25 10 Ibs. 49c Cane— 100 Ibs. $4-95 FLOUR Fireplace $1.58 Fremont's Best __$1.62 Lucky Boy $1.68 Mother's Best ___$1.83 Every sack guaranteed "Busiest'Little Store in Town." ^ 'fMWWMV*^^ Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Habeger drove to Cedar Palls Monday and returned with their daughter, Margaret, and also Margaret Vigars, who were students at the Iowa State Teachers College there. Margaret has graduated from a two year elementary course. Anna Nelson arrived home Thursday of last week for a two weeks visit. Anna Is the principal O f the Big Pin- •sy. Wyoming, school end teaches L<*tin and History. She will attend summer school at the Chicago University and will leave in about two weeks. John ShUts went to Mason City the last of the week and is beginning a business course at the Hamilton Business College this week. John was graduated this year from the Algona high school, where he served aa drum major the past two years in the school band. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Miller of Washington, D. C., visited here at the W. H Godden home a few hours Thursday and then continued to Emmetsburg for a visit They will return here for a few days -visit later. Mr. and Mrs. Miller formerly lived here and he was the receiver in the First National Bank here He Is now the receiver in th< First National Bank,in Washington, D C. Mrs. Miller is a sister of W. H Godden. Mrs. N. C. Rice returned Tuesday fiom Cheyenne, Wyoming, where she had accompanied her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Middleton on a visit to her brother, Earl Middleton. While she was in the west the had the misfortune to sprain her ankle when the heel on h'tr shoe caught and came otf. She has been in bed a week and is now getting about with the aid of crutches. Mrs. S. J. Backus and daughter, Eleanor, left Sunday for Des Moines, where Eleanor will attend a business school for the next ten or twelve months. The two have taken an apartment on Sixth Avenue just a short distance from the school. Beth, another daughter, has i«tained a room In the Backus apartments here and will make her home here. Mrs W D. Howie and daughter, Beverly Jean, will leave Thursday (today) for ChehaUs, Washington, wtere she will visit her mother, Mrs. Loretta Bowring and sister, Mrs. E. T. Lawrence. She will also visit in Seattle, with Mr. Howie's sister, Mi's. C. L. Brown, before returning here the latter part of August. Word was received here that Mrs. M L. Goslin, formerly of Algoiui. but now of Charles City, had undergone "" operation for obstruction or the bowels. Mr. Gosliu recently underwent an operation for appendicitis, but ^ a patient at the hospital at, Charles City again because poisoning had set in. Mr. v &xe&#08&a®^^ U r\ ji ft ^ ft fR£€MAN V£NTILAT£D SHOES just woritqettiOT 3.95and$5 MAGAZINE BARGAINS for our Readers In combination with Kossuth county's first newspaper The Algona Upper Des Moines No. 1 McCall'a, 1 year ... _______ $1.00 Algona U. D. M., 1 year ___2.00 Ke^ular Price $3.00 Our Special Price -------- $2.25 No. 2 Red Book, 1 year _________ $2.50 Algona U. M. D., 1 year _ _ . $2.00 Regular Price $4.50 Our Special Price ____ ____ $3.50 * Now we have air conditioned bunnncr footwear! Freeman Ventilated styles are tlie neurrst tiling to having a cooling plant at your feet. 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