The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 9, 1934 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 9, 1934
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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 9,1934 HELEN FUNNEMARK ELECTED TO FILL HOME ECONOMICS POST AT WESLEY Succeeds Miss Margaret Looft, Who Resigned on ! School Faculty Wesley: Miss Helen Funnemark, former Wesley high school graduate and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otef Funnemark, has been elected to teach in the home economics department of the local school, filling the position which was left vacant through the resignation of Miss Margaret Looft. Miss Punnemark taught In the Rake consolidated school last year following her graduation from the St. Olaf College at Northfleld, Minnesota. She is well qualified for the position and will undoubtedly mBke a very fine instructor in the local school. Miss Irma Dee Benton, registered nurse at Minneapolis, is spending this week here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Benton. / Mrs. Cad Robinson who has been In ailing health recently, was taken to the Kossuth hospital at Algona Monday morning for treatments. Mrs. Blanche Gray of Sioux City WES a week end guest at the home of John Welland, Jr. Mrs. Gray owns the fanri tenanted by the Weilands. Mrs. James Walke rand five children left Monday morning In company with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Johnson, for a week's visit at her parental home at Alden. Miss Imogene Hutehlnson. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hutehlnson of Wllkle, Is spending a week or two visiting her Grandmother Hutehlnson and her aunt, Mrs. Ralph Stoll. Mrs. E. E. Braley and daughter, Marvel of Britt.were dinner guests at the H. J. Braley home Friday night. Marvel has been employed as principal in the high school at Britt for the coming year. Mrs. Dale Baughnten of Corwlth Is spending two weeks here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Knight, and helping fill her mother's larder with the many good vegetables out of >helr garden. H. H. Flom and son, Halvor, Jr., spent the week end here visiting at their hojttes, returning Monday to Davenport, where both are doing carpenter work on farms taken over by the Federal Surety Company. Mrs. Bertha 8. Looft and John- «tte returned home Saturday night after spending the week at the home of her son, Henry and wife at Seneca. Henry suffered a sunstroke two weeks ago and is unable to do any heavy work. Mrs. J. N. OXeary left Friday night lor her home in Chicago following a week's visit here at the home of her sister. Mrs. F, A.. Bonnstetter. The Bonnrtetters and Mrs. OTLeary attended Legion Day in their home town, Belmond, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Gibson of Austin came to Wesley Saturday morning to spend the week end here with his parent*, Mr. and Mrs. Zack Gibson. Sunday they drove to Manson to visit Mr. Gibson's Sr.'s sister and husband, both of whom are invalids. A large number of the members of the Congregational church have called at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Bernt- oen at Britt within the past week, for the purpose of congratulating them on their new son. He has been given the name of Arnold Calvin and Is a very fine baby. Paul Flaherty has resigned as the manager of the local Mid-Continent Oil Company and checked out Mon- djay. Paul has been station awnt there since the resignation of Fred Looft a number of years ago, and has always been friendly and courteous to one and all. Mr. and Mrs. George Aldrlch and Jerrold accompanied by Richard Gran- askl, who had been here visiting three weeks, left Wednesday of last week lor Minneapolis for a week's visit with relatives. Dickey remained with his mother to be In readiness for school at Minneapolis Mr. and Mrs. Lester Henderson and daughter left Monday morning for Wymore, Nebraska, to visit relatives following a two weeks' visit at the home of his brother. William Henderson a Wesley and mother, Mrs. Charles Pav- 1k at EmmeUburg. The Paviks were guesta at the Henderson home Sun day also. Following the Lester Hen dersons' visit at Wymore, they expec <o return to their home in Oklahoma Mr. and Mre. Jolm Ormfcby and family attended the wedding of he sister, Miss Irene McCroden to Doneld Kerning, at the St. James Catho- llo church at Forest City, Saturday morning at nine o'clock. MtH> McCroden wee attended by a niece, Miss Marie Gavin of Poreit City. Following the ceremony thty retired to the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Sarah McCroden, where a wedding breakfast was served to the near relatives. Richard Lease, superintendent of schools at Sycamore, Illinois, visited ttia friend, Miss Lillian Melvold at the Frank Kouba, Jr., home from Friday until Saturday evening when he left for Sioux Falls to spend several days on business. Miss Melvold who had been here for a week, returned to her parental home In Cottonwood, Minn., Sunday accompanying Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kouba and Shirley. Mrs. Kouba and Shirley remained for a two weeks' visit with her folks. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kunz and their daughter, Ivyl Marie, left Sunday morning for a months' vacation trip to points in California. They expect to to the southern route through Arizona and New Mexico and will visit her brother, William McCutchln, In Taft, California, on their trip. Ivyl Marie was granted an extra ten days plus her regular three weeks' vacation from ler duties as student nurse at a hospital In Minneapolis. Grandma Mc- Cutchln will be cared for by Mrs. Ann M. Kunz during their absence. Theodore Schroeder and daughter, Maggie, returned home Thursday night from Waterloo to where they had taken their daughter and sister, Mrs. Glenn Francis and children following their ten days' visit here with relatives and friends. Upon their way home they were informed of the death of Mr. Schroeder's brother-in-law, Frank Klnkade, 61, who passed away at a Fort Dodge hospital following an operation^ They attended the funeral of Mr. Klnkade at the Bis. Peter and Paul's Catholic church In West Bend Saturday morning at ten o'clock. He Is survived by his wife and three grown children. ,. . k Burt Will Sporwor Athletic Show on Next Friday Night Burt: A boxing match will be held here next Friday night. There will be six events, five boxing matches and one wrestling match. A baby girl was bom to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Baas Monday. Maurice Thompson has been ID but Is Improving at this time. Mr. and Mrs. John Long, Sr., were Sunday guests at the Richard Long iome. Mrs. Anna Stow Is spending the week at the home of her daughter, Mrs. C. j. Phelps. Catherine McChain has been 111 with pneumonia. She is getting along nicely at this time. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Phelps and Mrs. C. L. Phelps drove to Mankato on business Tuesday. Viola Trenary, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Trenary had her tonsils removed last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Phelps and C. _. Phelps spent Sunday afternoon at he Ellis Jain home. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Graham and wo sons of Feriton spent Sunday here at the J. H. Orahanu home. Jess Thorsen accompanied his bro- hers to Dakota Sunday where they will buy some cattle to fted. Dr. and Mrs. B. H. Thompson re- urned home Sunday from Chicago, where they attended the fair. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Glddings and Twenty Years Ago News Taken from the flies of the Upper Des Molnes-Republlcan for the week of August 12, 1914. Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, wife of the president, had died about this time .nd an editorial had been written about her In this Issue. It had rained the previous Sunday and according to a local, some of those caught out Sunday evening had not gotten in until Monday. No word had been received from Filo 'oarch, who woe vacationing in Germany, since the outbreak of the war and friends of his wfcre somewhat worried. Estimates made on Iowa crops for that year were very flattering to farmers. Iowa was to produce considerable over four million bushels of the three million bushels of corn estimated in the United States. There had been shortage In hay and pasture at that time due to the dry weather in the southern part of the rtate. The northern part of the stf te, lowever, had a larger crop of hay and better pasture than they had had for a number of years. The Algona Chautauqua had started the previous Sunday and large crowds were in attendance. Several good pro- grama had been presented but the main tttractlons of the week were the addresses by Senator Cummins and Rep- resntatlve Connolly. The Iowa State band was expected in Algona to give concerts later In the evening. The war, called the Eropean War at that time, had caused a number of foreigners in the country to take the necessary st*ps to become citizens of the United States. Two residents in Kossuth county had been issued naturalization papers in order to escape returning to Germany. One of the men had received a telegram to return and become a soldier. I Atro KitcK«r\«tt« Apt*. by tr«*^ Of month daughters, Zola and Zlta, caned on W. P. Oldlnga at Wesley Sunday. Mary Lee Pdters returned home on Sunday from. Algona where she visited Dr. and Mrs. M, O. Bourne. The QtKen Esther girls enjoyed a slumber party at the home of Mre. C. E. Hammer last Thursday night. The Odd Fellows and Rebekahs and their families will have a picnic ** Tuttle Lake on Friday, August 17th. Miss Ttoelma Westberg of Des Moines is visiting Miss Marilda Pratt. She is also entertaining a friend from Iowa City. Mrs. O. E. Slgsbee has been ill with intestinal flu. Her sister. Miss Josephine Dlttmer, baa been at the Slgsbee home. The Blrthay circle will meet on Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Nela Godfredson for a regular meeting. Mrs. Fred Carter received word last week of the arrival of twin girls at the home of her brother. Carl CaHles, at Ti tonka. Dale, the six y»"»r old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Weiske /ell from a ladder and was quite badly injured on Friday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Smith took their little daughter. Ramona to Iowa City Monday for an examination at the University hospital. Mrs. Carrie Lewis and daughter. Ella, spent Friday here with Mrs. Louise Thompson* Mrs. Lewis and Mrs. Thompson are sisters. Jean Harr, who has been visiting at the Charles Olson home, went to the home of her aunt, Mrs. Roy Godden, near Fairmont, Saturday. Raymond Carter, wm. Stewart and Darrel Riddle spent the week erd here with their parents. They returned) to Forest City Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Stow, Martin Oodfredson and Wlllard Stow came up from Newton and spent the week end at the J. P. Stow home. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Heerdt, and Mr. and MW. Fred Ringsdorf drove to Mapleton Sunday. Mr. Rlnfcsdorf owns a farm near Mapleton. Mrs. O. L. Phelps and son, Willis, Levant, Anna Mae and George Moore drove to Lake Okobojl Sunday where they attended Bible conference. Mrs. 'Bertha Schwietert and son, Willard. returned home the first of the week from colesburg, where they visited relatives the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Graham and children and Allen Graham of Des Moines spent Uie week end he» with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H? Grahams Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Glddings, Mrs. Matilda Ward, Zlta and Zola Gldd- ings went to Wesley Sunday to attend the funeral of a four year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Will Walker. Mrs. C. C. Smith and lone Mover spent Tuesday at Des Moines. Mtes Helen Schroder and Miss Margaret Morness acompanied them to Ames, where they spent the day. Mrs. W. E. Brace and Mrs. Gerald Brace drove over to Fenton last Thursday to visit Mrs. Don Straley. Mrs. GeraW Brace was taken ill while there and was unable to return home. Levant Moore was one of the 74 honor student, who wrote the eighth grade examinations in the county. There were 360 in all. Levant will commence high school this fall. Tom Trenary and Archie Hutchison purchased three carload of cattle to feed while in North Dakota. They sold rload eor Hann re-ntsoeceGocaaeig one carload to George Hanna since returning home. Miss Vema Stewart visited friends at Cedar Falls sevearl days last week. Lawrence Carroll and family who has been vtottin* at «£O; "^""JS Fred vogel homes, left Monday ft* «beJr home at Afton. N«w York. Mr .and Mrs. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. P.O. jBtow, Mr. and Mrs. George Gray, Maytotfte and Bobby. Mrs. Gray and and Mrs. Wij Anderson enjoys a picnic at the Call State Park at Algona Sunday afternoon. Money to Loan Reasonable interest, pay back in small amounts by the month. A safe, sure and economical way to save. Build, repair, buy Algona property, and have it paid for in a short time. Repair and remodel now that costs are low. Algona Building & Loan Association 20-t Halligan's "Pure Quill" Coffee is real good coffee. Try a pound for 35c or 3 pounds for $1.00 and another pound FREE with ten. Seven empty jars returned to us gives you still another pound FREE. A quart jar of Kichelieu's Sueet Cider Baby Stuart (linger Ale, per bottle Fruit Juices—all kinds. OMEGA FLOUR, 5 Ib. bags 39c The best flour made fur all kinds of cakes. An upside down cake pan FiiEE with each package. The "BEST" always at AKRE'S Phones 2 South Dodge St. \ AN EARLY Announcement Between 30 and 40 Algona business firms will cooperate,*starting Thursday, Aug. 16, in the second Kossuth County merchandise auction, All participating stores will match the amount of your purchase or payment on account, dollar for dollar, with auction money* A page of coupons, each redeemable for an auction dollar in Algona stores without requirement of a purchase, will also appear in this paper next week, Plan now to get in on the excitement Last year 110 merchandise prizes were given away at the auction, It's a lot of fun. Get in on the ground floor and make plans to save YOUR share of the auction money. AUCTION TO BE HELD AUGUST 31st Complete Details in This Newspaper Next Week

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