The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 12, 1934 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 12, 1934
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The Algoaa, Ppp«r DOT MOJTOS, Algona, Iowa, July 12,1394 AUXflJARY 100 PER INACTIVITY ed by Secretary in Mai Report flota- tions Usted Rock: A yttriy report of the [ion Auxiliary has Men is* the secretary; Mrs. John The Auxiliary is rated 100 iveh the following fare, 19; depart- and has : <5hUd shelf, H: national defense entertainment and non*ed relief, Has; Christmas MO; dimes for disabled 13.10; lfare work, 11; educational and rehabilitation $1. The also sold 100 popples on Poppy Thonuen visited Joe Mockery L Sunday. jftjkhd Mrs. H. J. Rice have moved I tfielr new home. [Murray and son, Russell of De- visiting relatives here. Walsh erected a new Windmill [Lee Person farm Saturday. [Marlow and June Blerte visited it at Nevada; last week. i club had a'picnic in the [ basement Friday afternoon, rid Mrs. R. M. Ooetsch of Renat the Otis Sanders home *Buay Friday club will meet at of Mrs. Btnil Kraft Friday tit* society will meet at the Mrs. Victor Rogers Thursday n. i and Harvey Oodden spent last itlng at the Jay Oodden home aeca: Earing and Date Bating and deck returned home from Cam, last Tuesday: Blentedt to spending the the home of her brother, Ar- 7 jrstedt in Burt. ; Oscar Earing; Mrs. Howard Mc. Ralxbte ahd Marjorio Pettlt Fort Dodge Thursday. L. Newton and grandson, Swansea of Bwea. Cfty visited tH. J. itlOB^bMbe Sunday. Mr*. Carl Rath of Stewart. Mtofc, visited at the William Rath ittplaM Wednesday and Thursday. , BUfaart. Leeper. who has Wen Ul for Mr* B. M. Jensen and chUdren accompanied Mrs. Jensen's ulster, Mrs. F. W.BiHtma to her tame at Musca- tlne Friday for a visit. Mrj. Fran* Clayton and son, Billy of OhartW'Ctty" and- Florence R*ed ort>a- kota City are visiting at the William KraUse home this week. A birthday tea will be given at the ehurelV oa««m«ht July Itth. Ro*tes*s «*• l«rs. «. M 1 . Jensen, Mrs. Watson Shlck and Mrs. Arthm 1 Prtebe. '-„*& Mld *§*• p - *• WSlilams and soh, NprVUle of Ames visited at the J. M. B ahehard home Satnrdky. Mrs. will- lams Is a oottslh of Mr. BURT SCHOOL MA'AM BREAKS LEG ON TRIP ^ Miss Mattie Warner Suffers Mishap in Hebfaska on Way ttome ,.-^_ fUMfwa* taken'to Iowa City oh KOOday. wBere'be'wm receive medical MNb, and Mri. John Householder and •, Mrs. Truman Overan and son Oelweln came Thursday W _ ". X Oottoft ahd Mr».- Roy Jen- pn, ton Roger and daughter, Mar- JM* vl«tted r Mr». V. L. Whalen at BeOtfer Friday. otrls iBhawr, Mr. and Shaset and daughter drove laitWedneedayto visit at faotn&. Kprr. Bmiia Kerr and Mrs. tnbrby and children of Hol- apttik the week end at Qttnn Long's • Heat Market ap for Meat at Long's nethifig fine in cook- m'eats for these hot y Big 3 No. 10 can goods Sale and Demonstration ITriday and Saturday. Everyone should buy from one to six cans for summer use. Food Eggs Wanted Mr. and" Mrs. Albert Ruetter of Fairmont, and Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Ruetter of Huron, South Dakota, were callers at the N. L. Cotton home Friday. Mrs. Harry Tarbell and daughter, Ruth and friend of Waterloo visited In Lone Rock Saturday. Mrs. Tarbell remained for a few days' vlMt here with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kruse of Hardy and daughter, and Mrs. Viola Greenwood of Hanklnson, North Dakota, visited at the Otis Sanders home last week Wednesday. Mrs. Alex Krueger, son George Long and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough visited at the M. E. Blanchard home near Irvlngton and at the Delmar Angus home near Algona Sunday. Friday Grace Angus returned to Wheaton, m., to resume her college work and Bob and Gerald Angus returned to Chicago after a few days' visit at the parental R. T. Angus home. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Christensen and Jack Tlbbttts attended a birthday dinner at the Carl Paete home hear Algona Friday honoring Mrs. Christensen's and Jack Tlbbltts' arid Mr. Paefa's birthdays. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Lewis and their daughter, Jeannette of Oskaloosa and lose Helmihger of New Sharon visited from last Tuseday until Thursday at the home of their daughter, Mrs. W. O. Flaig. Mrs. W. T. Flah of Whittemore and daughter ahd husband, Mr. and Mrs; Donald Westbee of Valley City, North Dakota, visited at the J. M. Blanchard lome and with other friends in Lone Rock Friday. Mr. arid Mrs. Watson Snick, son, Charles and wife and Mr. Ungenfelter drove to Bristow, Sunday to visit Mrs. Shlck's niece, Mrs. Lora Trendle: Mr. Lingenfelter remained for g few weeks' visit with his granddaughter. Mr. and Mrs. Barney Ohamness and two'children of New Providence spent the week end at the Harry Hobson home. Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Hobson and son, Harold of Burt were also Sunday dinner guests at the Hobson home. MY. and Mrs. Ralph HUtoert went to Spioer, Mirth., last Tuesday to visit Mrs. HulberVd toother. Henry Rath and family. Mrs. Harvey Rath and two chUdren who hare been visiting there the 1 past two weeks, returned home with them Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ackennan and their children; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flair and daughters attended an Ack- ennan reunion at the R. E. Trainer home at Kanawha Sunday: The honor guest was Mrs. Kate Ackerman of Mo- wequa, UL, grandmother of Mrs. Flaig and Jim Ackennan. Mr; and Mrs. T. K. McOown, their daughter, Rosmond and son, John and wtte and daughter,. Mataya an of OB* daf ttapktt cam* Friday to visit at the home of their daughter, Mrs. O. E. Householder. Mr. and Mrs. John Mb- Oown and daughter Marilyn and Rosmond returned to oedar Rapids Monday. Florence Householder accompanied them home for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Meyers and baby of Oorwlth, Mr. and Mrs. Forest Rouse and children of Ayrshire, Mr. and Mrs. Orvllie Roseldahl and baby of Superior and Mrs. Catherine Reed and children of Dakota City and Mrs. Frank Clayton of Charles City, and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Padgett of Lone Rock spent Sunday at the parental William Krause home. Mrs. Krause accompanied the Meyers borne for a visit. The following spent the 4th at the various homes. At the I. W. Nelson home, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Bacon and daughter, Etta. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bacon and children all of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hoflus and their daughters; at the Charles Bierle home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Murray of Spencer; a* the Frank Flaig home, Mrs. Caroline Ackerman, daughter Lillian and Conrad Heerdt of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ackerman of Burt and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ackerman and children, Mr. anil Mrs. John Bprank and their j children and Anna Flaig. Burt: Word W*a received here the first of this we** stating' that Miss Mattle Warner had <he misfortune to fall and Weak her 1 leg. Misses Warnet and Whitney wcrojon their return trip home when the accident happened. They were at Fremont, Nebraska, where they visited Mrs; Phoebe Jones and her daughter. Miss Warnsr is in the hospital at Fremont. Mary Lee Peters spent the week end at the Charles Barrickman home. Raemond Koestler spent Wednesday and Thursday with friends at Clear Lake. Miss Buma Duckmanton left Friday for Mitchell, South Dakota, where has a position. Miss Eroa Pct3-s-i is visiting In Minneapolis at the home of her brother, L. F Leland. Miss Kate Skinner of Algona is spending the week at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Peters. A number of relatives and friends enjoyed a picnic at the George Koestler home the 4th. Mrs. Charles Barrett and daughter of Algona spent Monday here at the C. I. Mansmith home. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Phelps and two children spent Sunday with Mrs. Phelps parents at Thompson. Nelson Bardo and Miss Bertha Bardo of Armstrong spent Sanday at the L. D. Hodgson home. Miss Marcella Brooke arrived home Friday from California where she has been for several years. Dorothy Lcunsberry of Oraettlnger is spending the week with her aunt, Mrs. Russell Hammerstrum, Mr. and Mrs. Enos Wrede' who were married last week, began housekeeping in Mrs. Yopp's house Monday. The Legion boys are planning a Legion day her* July 37th, There Will be ball games in the afternoon. Mrs. M. E. Larsen is helping care for her grandmother, Mrs. Newville, who is ill. Mrs. Newville is almost 04 years old. The Birthdav Circle will meet this afternoon at the home of Mrs. S. H. Vah Vrankln to celebrate her birth- Mr, and Mrs. Charles Schryver arrived home front Denver, Colorado, Where they visited Dr. and Mrs. Louis Bia- gard; Gerald Oarber is now located at Pilot KnWOOB «unn at Forest City. Itta. 6. K. Nelson arid children are spending the week with relatives at Forest City. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur MoKonn and family ofFort Madison are visitors at the C. E. Rohlin home this week. Mrs. L. O. McNeil suffered a stroke Friday. Her condition is serious and Mrs- Marie Jacobs is assisting in caring for her. Miss June Thomson is at Waterloo where she' is taking a post graduate beauty course. She plans to reopen her beauty shop July It. Mrs. A. B. Tweeten who has been seriously 111 the past four weeks, is repotted as Unprovng. Miss Lela Young, R. N., of Milwaukee Is caring for her. Mrs. J. O. Seylar and daughter, Mary, returned the past week from a trip to Chicago where they visited the John Seylar fanifiy arid also attended the Worlds Fair. Mr. ahd Mrs. Loren Anderson and son, Oerald of Chicago and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Peterson and daughter, Ardis of Denver. Colorado, spent the week here with relatives. Misses Ludlle and Dorothy Anderson will entertain the Swea City 4-H club Wednesday, July 11. Miss Hazel McGregor who attended the state convention at Ames, will give a report. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ackerson and family of Cumberland, Wisconsin, came here to attend the Llnde funeral. "Hiey will remain for a week to visit relatives here and at East Chain, Minn. Mrs. E C. Peterson, who was seriously burned 6 weeks ago, is reported M Improving, but la still under the care of a nurse. Miss Eunice Newton of Grant township is the nurse in attendance. The Forest City Produce Co. has purchased the Wescott & Winks Pro- uca Co. Inventory is now being com- leted and immediate possession will be given. Forest Hanlfan will act as ocal manager. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Peterson left on unday for Mlwaukee to visit rela- tves. They plan to visit the fair at Chicago on their return trip. Their aughters, Amelia and Arlene are staying at the EmU Larson hbhie. The Southwest softball team with Keith Albertson as pitcher, defeated the southeast team, with Richard Berg pitcher, 10, a hot game Friday night. The final score was 5 tt> 0. The southwest club lead the last half of the tournament, having- won 4' ' games straight and have a 100 per cent rat* ing. The Immanuel Lutheran octette, x>gether with Rev. Raymond Swanaon oumeyed to Shenandoah on Sunday, July 8, wTieretheV Dtoadcaated a pro- grain' over KFNFat 8 to 6 p. m. The Mrs. L. J£ Bbettcher and Mrs. Fred Rlngfdorf drow to w^y fa Monday to visit Mrs. Rlhs»dortV fatter 1 . W. P. (lidding*. Mr. and Mrs. Anton* Btoebe of Humboldt, Mrs. Haael Billing! and Fknle Sunday at Falrgrwttda- Members of the congregation and Sunday School class of the First Lutheran church enjoyed a picnic Sunday at the Fairgrounds. About 12S were present and played games and altered Into contests during' the afternoon. A kttenball game between the married men and the single men was played and the married men won with a score of 12 to 0. rtW C1TZ HOI Newest Fireproof Hdld Wallace Stoebe of Alta Lowa, California, spent Friday at the H- A: Thompson home: Maurice Coffin retimed to Lemunt towa, an&Hitf after spending three days here with his parents, Mr. and C. 8. coffin. Ruth Thompson entertained 34 girls at her 13th birthday Friday afternoon Games were played and a good tdm enjoyed by alL Mrs. Thompson served a delicious lunch. Howard Oettman has be?n visiting at Mason. City at the home of his uncle, George Gettman. Mr. and Mrs Gettman and children brought Howard home Sunday. Misses Esther and Ruth Hodgson drove to Graettlnger on Thursday o last week where they visited Dr. and Mrs. Ole Jacobson. Mr .and Mrs. George Allen and Mr and Mrs. Elmer Klenitz and son, Don aid were dinner guests at the Clifford Holding home in honor of Mr« Allen's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Harvard Graham and two children left Friday for their home in California after spending ten days with Harvard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Graham. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Koestler, and Mr. and Mrs. Kollasch and two daughters spent several days last week Atlantic, Iowa, where they visited Rev M. E. Seltz and family. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Thompson and three daughters drove to Iowa Falls the 4th where they attended a family reunion and spent the day. Miss Hel en Thompson was there also. Victor Mansmlth Is spending th week at the home of his £lalvr, Mrs Fred Dorsey and Betty Dorsey Is vis itlng here at the home of her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Mansmlth Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Cunningham and son, Mrs. Lillian Sheldon, Mrs. Rach el Lowe, Mrs. F. L. Pratt and Mrs C. S Coffin, Jr., attended the Junera of Sidney Wood at Titonka Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. D. L. McDonald took Mrs. McDonald's brother, Arthur An deraon to New Ulm, Minn., Sunday where ha left for his home In San Francisco after visiting at the Me Donald home. Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Mitchell are en joying a two weeks' vacation from their pastorate at the Methodls church. After spending the week a Lake Okobojl they will accompany Rev and Mrs. A. H. Wood to Lake Pelican Arthur Mitchell and Richard Cliipma will accompany them. members 6f the octette are Thorwald pahl, Lloyd Anderson. Theodore' Wai* lentlne. Rchard Ogren. Etna Berfc Martha Holebmo, and Luella' and Doris Jensen; The annual summer festival of the American Lutheran confensnbe of southern Minnesota'-and 1 northern Iowa will be held at the' SVlvatia Park at Fairmont, Minn.. Sunday, July S In an all day session. Rev. Karl J. WU1- bebnaon of Ratine. Wisconsin, win be the principal speaker. Over 1.BOO are expected to attend. A. B. Tweeten of Swea City will direct the massed char us of 100 voices. The entire community was saddened by the death of Alvtn Unde, are 17 years and 6 months, who died at the Fairmont clinic on July, following* an operation for a cancerous growtn oh his arm. Pneumonia was the direct cause of hds death. He was the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Llnde, prominent farmers of Swea township. He was born In 1916 and spent his life in Swea township. He was a good student, a kind and loving son and brother, beloved by the entire community ahd had never been Ul until the illness that ended with death. The bereaved family have the sympathy of all He is survived by his parents, S brothers and sisters, his maternal grandmother, Mrs. Sophia Isaacson, his paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mm. Nels Linda of Swea City and many other relatives. Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon with Rev. Erwin Westerhold of the Full Gospel Mission in charge. Over 500 attended the last rites. Twenty Years Ago News Dint and Dine* A ! 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A baby girl had been born to Mr. and Mrs. Chester Ward at about this time. Plans were being made to hold a big Watermelon Day in Bancroft. This was to be a big affair- George E. Boyle, then a prominent Kossuth county banker, and well known man, who lived In Whittemore, had just died. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Haggard and child'ern had gone Sunday in their car for northern Wisconsin to spend several weeks. An article had been taken from the Burt Monitor which stated that the editor of that paper had been in Algona several days previous and had gone through the double brick building built by Haggard and Peterson and which was soon to be occupied by them. He believed that Algona was showing evidence of prosperity. Several interesting letters had been written to the Upper Des Moines by Filo Poarch, print.-r in Algona, who was visiting in his home country, Germany. In this issue a letter was printed which told of the christening of a German vessel, tile Bismarck. Several interesting facts about tne Kaiser and his sons were also made known in the letter- Several contests had been held in Algona at this time and as a result of the contest this week, Mildred Kresensky, having brought In the largest number of lads taken from, the city papers the previous week to Long Brothers and Henderson, Jiad received the oriental display ahd a box of caudy. Helen McMahou had second and Esther Free third, each having received a box of candy. Card of Thanks We wish to thank our neighbors and trieuds for their kind assistance and sympathy in our recent bereavtnneiit of our huobiUid and faUiur—Mrs. Ward aud isuiuly. 28* ^^^^f ^^M ^^^ ^^^^.^^^0| ^^^^4^1 ^B£ A Only the White Meat in Your Newspaper ? What we mean is, do you get your full money's worth ? Do you read ALL the pages in your county seat newspaper? K you do you'll find; —Correspondence from 23 Koaii&th county eommuities —A p«g« of Lively Editorial Matter —A Column of Theatre Chatter —A Weekly Record of Weather, Auto and Marriage License* —20 Years Ago Column —An abundance of cuts, cartoons and news pictures All this as well as the regular run of live county seat and countywide news* Read it all Every page has something of interest to you and your family* —Mr. Merchant — When you advertise, you build your business and your community. This Newspaper carries The Chicago Tribune Advertising Service as an aid to your problem of, placing your products before the public. Let us help you. THE ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES "Kossuth County's Pioneer Newspaper" Established 1865 Phone 230

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