The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 9, 1934 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 9, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 9, 1934 tfpcalfyenls Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harlg and children spent Sunday at Lake Okobojl, •on an outing. Miles Moore of Sioux City was «. guest at the Neal Smith home from Saturday until Monday. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Strelt were visitors with friends and relatives over the week end at Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Duffy and family we're visitors of friends and relatives at Whittemore, Sunday. Mr. -and Mrs. Wm. Dan, Lydla Meyer and Tom Frank! are spending thfs week in Chicago attending the Worlds JPalr. Manager C. L. BlUey of the Graham store and his family are vacationing this week In the eastern part of the state.• Mrs. A. E. Kresensky ftnd daughter, Ardls,' left Monday evenl&g for Cedar Rapids to visit a sorority sister Mrs. Cutler. Josejjhlne Murtagh, employed now In Des Moln-38, spent the week end here •with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Murtagh. Mrs: Ralph Horrigan Is In the Kos- euth hospital recovering from a major •operation performed Sunday. Sh« Is recovering nicely. Mrs. George Miller and boys returned Saturday after Visiting relatives In Sioux Falls, South Dakota, for the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Laird and their daughter, Betty, and Margaret Ann Beardsley are spending this week In a •cottage at Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Jdhn Kohlhaas and two sons, John and Thomas, left on Tuesday morning for Lake Okobojl, T?her they will vacation & week. Mrs. R. W. Bailey of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, returned to her home on .Saturday evening after a two weeks' visit here with friends and relatives. Mrs. P. L. Trlbon left Thusrday of last week for Independence, Iowa, for n week's visit with Dr. Tribon's brother and family and other relatives. Thelma Horrigan came home last Wednesday from Minneapolis fbr a month of vacation. Thelma Is secretary at the Blake School In Minneapolis. Mrs. P. A. Danson and son, Robert Louis, left Wednesday morning for St. Paul, where they will visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Lawton tin til September 1. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Spongberg and son, John, left Friday night for a week's visit at the Worlds Fair In Chicago. Harry is taking his vacation as a city mail carrier. Attorney H. W. Miller took his sister, Leona, home to Minnesota Lake, Saturday after a week's visit In Algona. Leona will be a senior at Carle- ion College this fall. Edwin Miller Is home from Sioux Falls for a visit with his mother, Mrs Guy Mantor. He Is employed on Collier's magazine sales force with headquarters at Sioux Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wight and two little sons of Clayton, New Mexico CUB* Sunday aa£ will vittt for •weeka* with Mrs. Wight's parents, and Mrs. Chester Bailey. for two Mr. Mrs. Casey Loss, Paris Miner, Maurine McCullough, Bob Post and Gerald Stuessy are leaving SaMrday night In the Miner car for Chicago where they will attend the Worlds Pair. Mrs. Aggie Knapp went to Mason City Sunday to visit for several days at the Prank Miller home and also •with her son. Harry Knapp and family. The Millers came after her Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Falkenhalncr of Minneapolis were In Algona the nrst of the week visiting relatives and Irlenda. Ths Falkenhainers moved to Minneapolis from Algona a few weeks ago. Verona Weisbrod of Penton Is a guest of her grandmother. Mrs. J. C. Kresensky, this week. She has been attending summer school at the University of Minnesota and has Just returned. Mr. and Mrs. Boy Richardson and two children, Mildred and Raymond, and J. A. Brownell left Monday lor Lake Haiti* In Minnesota, where they will spend a weec at the Brownell cottage. Mr and Mrs. Hfldlng H4?g and ifamWy and Mr. .<and Mrs. HJelmer Hagg and family of Dell Rapids. South Dakota, came Saturday evening to the Edward Hagg home for a visit until Sunday evening. Grace Kouba returned to her work as stenographer In the Sullivan, McMahon & Linnan law office Monday after a two weeks' vacation, most of which she spent at Uie home of her parents in Wesley. Attorney J. L. Bonar, Luke Linnan and L. A. Wtnkel were the democratic delegates who attended the state Judicial convention at Des Mtolnes last week. Four candidates to the supreme bench were nominated. Phillip Walker of Chicago was a guest last Saturday and Sunday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will F Walker. Phillip is a public accountant and maintains an independent establishment in Chicago. Phyllis, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. P. E Sawyer, 1-ft Tuesday evening for Clear Lake where she will spend a week with her aunt, and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Marshall of Mason City, who have a cottage at Clear Lake. Harold Falkenhainur was in Alffona Monday visiting friends. Harold, win i.s employed i" th«' oillCL- of Comptroller C. B. Murtagh. had >pe:il the past w,..-k with BUI Mann at the Miiiin collar at OkobuU. Ho is Having a t\\o weeks' \acalloll. Senator and Mir.. L. J. DiCKinsLm .-pent Sunday at La!;, Okob-)ji uuh Mr. and Mrs,. G,-u< t e C. Call oi fci"" v City, who have ; cuttag'j UK.-I and Mrs. Call hud vl*ii"d in A| l;' ma last Thursday and Pruny wall M.S. Call's mother. Mrs. S. C. Spear. Maude Wenck of Gartu-r, who will be remembered by her many ^"^ Mr. and Mrs. Bob Danson of Corwith visited relatives and friends here Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Glen McMurray drove Mrs. Jeannette McMurray to Hum- joldt Saturday where she Is spending his week visiting two brothers. Mrs. R. H. Miller and her two nieces of Esthervllle, Betty and Donnabelle Merron, who are visiting her, spent Thursday of last week In Esthervllle. Mrs. Ben Reed and son, Lee, returned Wednesday after visiting at the some of a son and brother, Faye, at Sioux Falls, South Dakota, for a week. Dr. and Mrs. Guy Ajnderson and 'amlly of Ackley arrived Sunday at ;he home of Dr. Anderson's father, Fred Anderson, and are guests there now. Mr. and Mrs. K. H. McLaren and children of Minneapolis were guests over the week end at the H. L. Hoenk home. Mrs. Hoenk and Mrs. McLaren are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Brundage and daughter, Maxine, returned Tuesday from Waterloo, where they had spent a few days with Mr. Brundage's brother and family. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Specht and their daughter, Elsie, visited Mr. Specht's brother at Dows Tuesday. Sunday, the Specht family spent the day in Buffalo Center with friends and relatives. Carlotta Kanouff and Mrs. E. E. Van Houten were accompanied from Chicago by Veda Stell who is employed therer Veda will visit about two weeks with her father, Joe Stell and other relatives. Betty, Bob and Dean Kohlhaas, the children of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas, left Monday and are now vacationing on the farm of their grand- mMher, Mrs. Kasper Kohlhaas ill Sherman township. Miss Rosemary Rawson of Peyallup, Washington, arrived Monday evening for a visit at the H. H. Dearchs home and at the home of Mrs. E. J. Rawson. Miss Rawson had been visiting at the Worlds Fair previous to coming here. Otis Ban- left Tuesday morning for Klrksvllle, Missouri, where he has secured a position. He will enter medical school this fall there. He has been a' student for the past two terms at the osteopathlc school at Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Hillis Anderson and two children and the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Anderson of Wells, Minnesota were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hawcott Sunday.. Mrs. Hawcott is a niece of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. George Hackman, George, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gelgel and family and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Park attended a Hackman family reunion with families from Boone and Grand Junction at Dolllver State Park near Fort Dodge Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Anderson and family drove to Spencer Sunday to vis- It at the home of the former's brother, Reed. Mrs. Reed Anderson and her daughter, Rutht Returned with the Anderson family and are spending this week visiting here and with friends at Hurt. Dr. and Mrs. L. G. Baker and son, Durwood, left Tuesday morning for Minneapolis where Dr. Baker expected to attend a National Dental convention until Friday evening. Mrs. Baker and Durwood, were to visit her nicoe, Mrs. Don Goodnow. during their Miss Rosella Volgt of Whittemore spent the week end at the Leroy Dlts- worth home. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Long took a pleasure trip to Des Moines and spent Tuesday and Wednesday there. Mrs. Mae Staab of LeMars arrived Monday on a business trip and is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Theo Goeders. Mr. and Mrs. George Spongberg are expected back Friday from Cass Lake where they have spent the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Schaffer of Baxter were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. McCullough Friday and Saturday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Payne left yesterday afternoon (Wednesday) on a week's trip through eastern Iowa and in Minnesota. Doris Long spent last week at Cleat- Lake as chaperone for a group of high school girls from Nora Springs where Doris taught the last year. Mildred Williams of Newton came on Saturday and Is a guest of her friend, Marguerite Dalzlel. The two girls will be roommates at Orlnnell next term. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dale left on Monday evening and are spsndlng this week at Urbana, Illinois, with Mrs. Dale's sister, Mrs. Wm. Mattlln, and family. Mrs. Edna Engkr Patton of Chicago called on friends here Thursday. She drove down from Arnold's Park where she Is visiting her mother. Mrs. Susie Engler. Mrs. Mads Christiansen, who has been a patient for several weeks at the Mayo Clinic at Rochester, Minnesota, Is reported as showing a slight Improvement. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Saunders of Lake Worth, Florida, left Algona for Des Moines Wednesday morning after visiting several days at the home of their son, F. E. Saunders. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kent and son spent the week end at Indlanola attending a family. reunion., This Is the first time in eight years the entire Kent family )&& been together. Dr. and Mr*' C. D. Schaap pmd daughter Catherine Diane, left Sunday for Lake Okobojl, where Dr. Schaap is staying this week and Mrs. Schaap and daughter will femWn fc*- two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Seeley and their daughter, Joan, returned Monday evening after visiting since the Wednesday before at Marshalltown, Cedar Rapids and Dubuque with relatives and friends. Mrs. Mildred Topf, employed as sten ographer In the Sullivan, McMahon i Linnan law office, started a two weeks vacation this week. She Is spending the time in Minneapolis with her son and her mother. Mrs. C. A. Momyer and John am W. H. Freeman and John Moulds jent Sunday at Mason City where isy visited a friend of Mr. Freeman, r ho makes his home at the Odd Fel- ows Home. While there were there le two made a tour of the home and he orphans' hom«. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Griffin and Bert Goed-srs of Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Jick Goeders and son, Leo, from Cyl- nder. Miss Susie Goeders and Henry Prlester of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. ohn Capesius of Algona were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Goed- rs. Mrs. Wm. Vigars Maxine left Wednesday for Rochester Minnesota, where they expected to spend a day and from there Journey on to Lac Court OreU,les, Wisconsin, where they were to spend a week fishing. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stewart nnd daughter, Kutfiertae, dfrove ito Dubuque Monday. Mr. Stewart had business In the city and Mrs. Stewart and Katherlne visited at Iowa Palla until Saturday at which time the family returned borne. and daughter, Margaret, spent last. wefek at Lake Okobojl, where they had a cottage with Mrs. Vigor's sister, Mrs. E. C. Olon of Pocahontas. Margaret Lease of Spirit Lake, who formerly lived here, returned with them and Is visiting ere this week. Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Henderson, who ave been visiting in New York City, Chicago and other eastern points are xpected Thursday at the Mrs. Elsie lady home where th-ey will visit a ew days before going to Des Moines. are enroute to their home In Pomona, California. Mrs. Jim Walton and daughters, Roanne and Mary Ellen, who have been visiting Mrs. Hagerman of Mason City, he former Miss Alma Volkman, kindergarten teacher here, for the past week, arrived in Algona yesterday afternoon (Wednesday) and are visiting nelgh- )ors here a few days. Audrey Moulds arrived from Sioux City Tuesday of last week for a visit with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Moulds. She will leave next Sunday accompanied by Mrs. Pay Hopkins of Olendale, California, who has been visiting here. Mrs. Hopkins will visit relatives In Sioux City for a few weeks. Mrs. Roscoe Zipste of Winslow, Illinois, and Mrs. Russell Maddrell of Rockford, Illinois, were guests cf Mrs. Wallace -MacDougall last week Friday. The ladles were school friends and on Saturday the three drove to Humboldt where they visited with the Dr. Schultz family, Mrs. Schultz being another school mate. Mrs. P. L. Thorpe drove her sister, Kate Skinner to Mason City Saturday and from there Miss Skinner accompanied friends to Decorah where she Is visiting Bernice and Irene Swenson, who formerly taught at LuVerne at the same time Miss Skinner did. Miss Skinner will remain there for a week or so. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Scheme!, accompanied by their son, Father M. A. Scheme! of Alton and daughter. Sister M. Pauline and Sister M. Klllyan arrived In Algona Wednesday after spending a few days visiting In Lacrosse, Wisconsin. The group left again later that day for Carroll, Iowa, where the two Sisters will teach school this term. Carlotta Kanouff and her sister. Van Houten of Chicago ar- Mrs. Isabelle Melggs, employed In the ready-to-wear department of Goeders Company, started a two weeks' vacation this W'eek. Mrs. J. F. Biggins and granddaughter, Mary Catherine Cain, of Fort Dodge arrived here Saturday and me visiting at this time with Mary Catherine's father, Marvin cam. Mr. and Mrs. w. L. Martin returned home last week Wednesday night, having gone the previous Friday to Taylor, Missouri, to attend the funeral of a sister-in-law, Mrs. T. L. Martin, who has visited here several times. The Martins also visited relatives in Springfield, Illinois, and Bloomlngton before returning here. Mrs. E. J. Murtagh and her visitor, Myrtle Bean of Duluth. drove to Des Moines Sunday and returned the former's daughter, Josephine, who spent the week end here. They also took Betty Murtagh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Murtagh of Des Moines, back. Batty visited in Algona last week with her sister, Mrs. Theo. Hutchison. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Mlnkler of Waverly spent Sunday In Algona visiting Mr. Minkler's mother. Mrs. Ida Mlnk- ler, who has been seriously 111 for the past several days. Mrs. Loren Mlnk- ler has been In charge of the ready- to-wear department of the Schlutzmey- er store there for the past two years. She formerly served in the same capacity at the Chrischilles & Herbst store. A peculiar incident happened to Margaret Vigars last week while she was enjoying a stay at Lake Okoboji. A month ago while Margaret was vacationing there a little girl from Lincoln, Nebraska, who was staying in a nearby cottage, lost a small gold band ring which had been her great-grandmother's wedding ring. The ring had been lost In the lake and although a search was made little hope was entertained for Its recovery. Last week, Margaret suddenly came upon it In the bottom of the lake, and, getting the girl's address, returned It to her. Mra. Ann Zlttritsch left Thursday of last week for Fort Dodge where she i.s nursing the two soai of Mr. and Mrs. Jlmmte Allen who had their tonsils removed. Mrs. Jacob Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Haverly and son, Donny, of Wesley, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Becker Sunday. Mrs. Becker and Mrs. Haverly are sisters and Mrs. Johnson Is their mother. Mrs. Frank Bacon, whom earlier Al- gonians will remember as "Matle" Field s here from Glenburn, North Dakota, to be with her sister, Mrs. Ida Mlnkler, who has been seriously ill at the Kossuth hospital since a week ago Friday. An 8% pound baby boy was born August 4th to Mr. and Mrs. Emery Beaman of Oorwlth. Mrs. seaman will be better remembered here as the former Florence Becker. This is the Beamans' second child, the other being a four year old daughter. Four boys, Bob Dewel, Allen Buchan- an. Fred Kent and Harry Ort&KH, left Sunday morning in a car driven by Gordon Dewel, for a vacation trlu In the west. The boys will be gone about ten days and will stop at the Black Hills and Yellowstone Park. Mrs. Rny McCorkle and son, Donny, and Mrs. Vic Lows and children left Wednesday for Hampton where Mrs. Fred Martin, mother of Mrs. McCorkle, met her grandson and took him to her home in Melbourne for a couple weeks' visit. Mrs. McCorkle planned to return today. Mrs. Lowe and children expect to visit In Hampton for several weeks with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Walter Shroyer. First Lutheran Church Rev. M. A. SJostrana, paitor Sunday School. 10 a. m. The Dorcas society will meet at Luther Hall, Friday afternoon, August 10. with Mrs. Hjelmer BJelland and Mrs. Alma Nelson as hostesses. Manicurc Special \ for 10 Days 40c Other 10-Day SPECIALS ^^- Shampoo and -jr—"""^ Finger Wave ...75c ( Hair Cut 35c Cora D. Miller Beauty Shop The Shop That Brings Out Your Own Individuality Over The Algonquin Phone 604 rived Saturday morning for a visit at the parental George Kanuoff home. Carlotta who has b?en attending DePaul University In Chicago the last term and summer school also, will visit two weeks before returning for another term. Mrs. Van Houten will stay only a week. Howard Kanouff who Is an attorney In Omaha, came Monday and was to visit three or four days. Mr. Duune Dewel tuugiu. music here iur six ycais. Mr. and Mrs. GeortJ,- Huckman uud -on Ovorge und Bob Geigel It-It luto- day'onavat-twntny. Mrs. Hackman will vUt, 'to' si»UT. M'-»- Leon Bu.,h at Webster. WU>COD.->UI. wlmc ° r1 '^'* go on a tilling trip to Ca^t. Late, intj •will also stop in Snivi'i"'• where George, Jr., taught, bcloit am to Ttime^-e whi-rt- he teatlit. :villt. The >:i'"UP a week or uwri;. tu stay. Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Northrup and daughter, Gertrude of Hedrick, Iowa, were guests at the Lon Wright home from Thursday of last week until Monday. Sunday the Northrups and the Wrights made a sight-seeing trip around Spirit Lake and surrounding territory. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Poster and their daughter.'Mary Elizabeth, left Friday morning for Herman, Minnesota, where they expected to visit Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Robertson, former residents here, for ft few days. They planned to come home by way of the Twin Cities and stop there a day or so. Mr. and Mrs. George Baler and three children of Clay Center, Nebraska, left here Sunday evening after spending a few days with the former'/ parents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Baler. The George Baler family went from here to Des Moines to visit Mr. Baler's sister, Elizabeth, for a few days before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Tierney and daughter, Marilyn of Mason City spent the week end visiting at the home of the former's mother, Mrs. George Holtzbauer. Bernard returned to Mason City Sunday but Mrs. Tierney and Marilyn are visiting here this we*k. Craig, the Tierney's son, Is visiting relatives in Nashua at this time. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop and family spent Sunday at Lake Okobojl with Mrs. Iva S. Patterson and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Patterson of Louisville. Kentucky, who are visiting there. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Patterson, the latter a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bishop, are expected here the latter part of the week and will spend the rest of their vacation here. Mrs. Carrie Slagle and Slaughter, Arila of Strawberry Point arrived on Saturday and visited until Monday with Alyona relatives and friends. They were guests at the John Lamuth home. The Singles and L/amuth were former neighbors. Arila will begin teaching August 27th at Stanley, Iowa. She will Itacli sixth and seventh dupartni.ntal woik and music. Mrs. Hagerman and son and Mrs. Jim Walton and dauglit. r.s, Ko:sanne and Mary, nil of Newton, wt-re visitors hi Alijona Monday afternoon and call<d on their Iriends and former neighbors. Mr-->. Haucrman Hill be better iL'iiieinbei'fd here as Miss Allua Vollt- inan, former kindergarten t.aciuT. While the WalLons wevt residents here, Mr. Walton was proprietor ui the bakery now owned by L. F. Rice. Donald Akre, Bill Dearths, Walter und Junior Bcard.-iley and Eugene Wray returned Sunday afu-ronon from their eventful and interesting we.-tern trip. Among the expi/riene-S the buys had were: lisliing at Silver Guy. South Duk'Jtu, und visiting the John FtauUs who are vacationing there, Watching tie uraloi-pliere balloon go up and ileepini/ near thtie the nifht before i:,s ;i:-.cfiision. The b-ys visited in Cheyeiine. Wyoming, and there Mrs. N. C. Rice's brother, Mr. Middlelon, tiJteruiuud tli. boys in royal fa.-Jiiuii. Tin.- buy., came home by way ol Oju- alu and Dt.-:, Moilico. One of I he things that made Uic boys mo:,t jubilant was the discovery thai they were 14. lling 31 miles out of u ya-lloli of gi.s. Counting duwn the hills helped to uciueve this ixcord. AUGUST SALES Children's Apparel Just See What This Sale Brings 59c 79c 59c 1.25 79c 1.39 27 Children's Ikach Pajamas with smart hats to match. Sizes 4 to 7 If) hoys' Ion}* tronser wash suits in White and Pastels. Sixes :> to 8 111 Sport Shorts in smart prints with helt to match. Si/es H to 14 ill l)i-\.>' Wa>h Suits in hroadcl..ih, either white or colors. Jack Tar>. Si/cs 2 to H 4S ('Jiildrcii's Sheer c.>lli>n div-.-M-.^ in hai i>le, voile, dimity. Sixes '2 to 11 Iti Children'.-- liner t-heer Orjiandie, hati.-te, lawn. Sixes "2 to 14 ion August Dress Sale Just See What This Sale Brinqs COTTON 09 Children's sheer wash dresses, batiste, organdie and voiles. Sizes 2 to 14 72 women's and misses 1 ' frocks in l.atiste, prints and lawn. Sizes 14 to 4(J 31 children's fine sheer Wash dresses, lawn, batiste and voile. Sixes 2 to 14 '52 Sun Tan dresses in line seersucker, broadcloth A: piqiie. Sixes 14 to 10 69c ses in 2!) line voile dr< lijjhl and dark prints, eun and drosv. Si/es 1 1 in -V. $1 J45 150 12 Dlvsses ill eyelet 1 iste and hea\'\ «'ot ton Klsl el cu|i i| •>. Si/.es 1 Sizes 14 to 44 SILK Hi silk frockn in prints and plain, white and pastels. Sizes 14 to 40 ;52 smart silk print and sheer dresses, in pastels and medium colors. 14-48 Li!) smart dresses and jacket dresses in printed crepe and sheers. 11 to 44 !•") better Jacket Dresses and dresses in white, pastels and med. coirs. 1 } to l(.i ~i lie! ter dresses in smart ,-tylo fur fail wear. .Medium shades. IS to 40 'hie .laekfl I )re>ses him co|..r. prims . ::,-. tu H Sizes 14 to 44 $2 $3 $4 $6 $11 August Sales of Footwear-Curtains-Hose sawn

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