The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 16, 1934 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 16, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 16,1934 TWO ACCIDENTS BEFALL LEDYARD FOLKS IN WEEK Mrs. Jule Seifert Breaks Wrist; William Knoner Hurts Back Ledyard: Mrs. Jule Seifert fell and broke her wrist la* week Tuesday while cleaning house. She stepped from a ladd«r and fell, doubling her arm and causing a very painful break. She was taken at once to Elmore for treatment. Sprains Back William Knoner had the misfortune to sprain his back last week Wednesday while attempting to stop his run away team. Lawrence Flynn was 111 for several •days last week. D. A. Carpenter was a business caller In Mason City Friday. Mrs. Frank Nitz had her tonsils removed at Elmore last Thursday. Lois Link of Rolfe has been visiting at the parental D. A. Link home. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Worden and Harvey were Clear Lake visitors Sunday. Betty Louise Link had her tonsils removed at Forest City last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Davis of St. Paul visited Sunday at the Albert Barnes home. Gerald Warner came Friday from Eldora to visit his parenta over the w«ek end. ^^^ Mr. and Mrs. Elvln Busch are the Bacon, Ham or Eggs for Morning Meal Roast Pork or Beef for Noon Meal Many Cold Meats or one of Long's made loafs for every meal. Get to know our Meat Department. Pish for Friday LONG'S Food Shop Everything to Eat. Can Peaches Now! \ Ask for Your Auction Money Our Phones are Yours parents of a baby boy bom Saturday, August 11. Olaf Engelby left last Tuesday for Jewell, where he visited relatives until Sunday. L. W. Wiemer, George Moulton and Fred Anderson drove to Mankato Saturday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Engelby and Orval visited at the Ed Campbell hom,e near Seneca Friday. The annual Sacred Heart church bazaar and fall festival will be held on Tuesday, August 28th. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Yahnke and family attended a Jensen family picnic at the lakes on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Halverson and family visited at the Ed Campbell home near Seneca Sunday. The Olaf and Clifton Engelby families attended an Engelby family reunion at Clear Lake Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Barrett and son left Saturday for a two weeks' visit In Chester, Alexander and Llvermore.. James Logan left Sunday for a two weeks' visit at the home of his uncle Reuben Nuenfeldt in Minneapolis. Frank Moulton, who has been paying baseball at Lake Mills this summer, returned home last week Tues-' day. There were no services in the Reform church Sunday as the Rev. Dep- plng family are visiting with relatives In Waukon. Edith Looft who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Margaret Looft left Friday to resume her nursing duties in Des Moines. V. A. Barret, Frank and Jack Moulton, went to Fairmont Friday night. Frank was to play ball there but rain prevented the game. Alice Moulton, Gerald Warner and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Barslow were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mayne. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Lauritzen and Jerry left Saturday for Renwlck to visit a few days at the home of Mrs. Lauritzen's sister, Mrs. Poole. Mrs. Carrie Steinberg is very ill and has been confined to her bed the past several weeks. Her {laughter, 'from Buffalo Center is caring for her. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Jfensen arid grandchildren, Earl and Jerry Winkleman, all of Buffalo Center visited Thursday at the Glenn Yahnke home. Betty Matzner, who Is carrier here for the Des Moines Sunday Register, went to Algona Sunday and enjoyed an airplane ride In the Register plane. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hoag and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Shaw, all of Eau Claire, Wisconsin, came last Thursday to visit at the Charles Bashara home. Mrs. James Zwlefel and Children, Beverly and Cecil, returned to their home in Corwith Thursday having spent the week at the home of her slater, Mrs. George Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Looft and family, Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Pingle and Lawrence, Mrs. Margaret Looft and Albert attended a Looft family reunion at the Call Park In Algona Sunday. The Women's Foreign Missionary society met In the church parlors on Friday afternoon. Mrs. F. O. Johnson gave a very interesting lesson. Mrs. Glenn Yahnke led the devotions. ' Muriel Payne of onmt Center won high score In the Grant 4-H club health contest. This entitled her to enter the contest In Algona last Wednesday, where she also ranged high. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Flynn and Law- PERFORM ON "THE FLYING TRAPEZE" Summer Illnesses Visit Irvington Homes Past Week Irvington: Helen Leigh, youngest aughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Leigh was ill last week with the summer flu. Morris Pnrsons was overcome with the heat while assisting in the J. C. Mawdsky threshing run £-nd ATS. Parsons is recuperating at her umie in Irvington from a serious Illness of last week. Paul Watson was he subject of an appendicitis opera- ion last Thursday morning at the Kossuth hospital. Paul has suffered icveral attacks before. At last reports ic was recovering nicely and will re- urn to his home on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Rawson, local depot agent, are he proud parents of a new baby born it the local hospital. Mother and babe Brs doing nicely. The little one has jeen named Marty Susanne. Cleve tewart has been having ulcers on his yes and Is going to Fort Dodge for :rentments. Mrs. Irene Schiehtl has been ill for several days with the summer flu. The Flying Val-entlnos, pictured above, are one of the feature acts to be presented this year at .the Kossuth County Fair, Sept. 4-7. Members of the troupe all have important roles, far above the ground, in a series of death-defying stunts. It will be one part of the program— and you'll be glad you came. A Real Feast (or the Eyes Don't fail to inspect our beautiful new fall woolens. A most gorgeous array of brilliant colors, shades and weaves. Snappy patterns, you will not find in ready-mades. Our twenty-five years of experience and our guarantee to lit you perfectly in strictly tailored to measure clothes means something worthwhile. $50 and up Phone 330 Cleaners and Tailors Algona, Iowa. AN INVITATION To Spend An Evening at This Kciidezvous The newly decorated dining room of The Algona Hotel is open each evening excepting Sunday from 8 p. m. until midnight. Here is some- tiling decidedly different. A cool, pleasant place where heer and lunches, can be really enjoyed at a small cost with the greatest of pleasure. There, is music— dance if you care to. No Cover charge. COOLAND COMFORTABl Full Course Sunday Dinner 50c Every Sunday, AVe Invite You to Enjoy Your Koundav Meal With Us. The Algona Hotel rence left Sunday ror a vacation trip through Wisconsin. They also expected to attend the Century of Progress Exposition before they return home. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Halverson and family visited her sister, Mrs. Odin En gum at Frost last week Tuesday. Her niece Audrey and also her mother, Mrs. L. A. Kallestad, returned with them. Frank Wiemer of Okobojl and L. W. and W. E. Wiemer of this place have been busy the past several weeks getting the bank which they plan to open in Swea City In the near future, ready for business. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fought and family of Laurens and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Strobel and Leslie of Mapleton, Minnesota, and the George Heetland family of Lakota were Sunday guests at the Martha Gable home. The M. E. Ladles' Aid met In the church basement Thursday afternoon. Plans were made for a home made ice cream social to be held Saturday night, August 18, on the vacant lot next to the telephone exchange. Mrs. LeRoy Anderson of Radcllffe and Miss Agnes Hanklnson also of that place, visited Sunday at the L. W. Wtemer home. Her son. Fred, who has been visiting here the past two weeks, returned home with her. Rev. and Mrs. Heneline and her mother, Mrs. W. J. Bryant all of Waterloo, called on Mrs. Laura Nlester and Mrs. Blanche Jenks last Thursday. Rev. Heneline is pastor of the United Brethren church In Waterloo, and is enjoying a two weeks' vacation at Clear Lake. Two Showers Held At Lone Rock to Honor New Brides Lone Rock: Forty attended a miscellaneous shower at the Karl Ewoldt home last Wednesday afternoon given in honor of Mrs. Joseph Culbertson, formerly Ella Ewoldt. A group of girls sang vocal selections. Fifteen attended a miscelalncous shower given at the E. M. Jensen home Thursday afternoon In honor of Mrs. Victor Whalen, formeriy Mrs. Ethel Benjamin. Hostesses were Mrs. E. M. Jensen, Mrs. W. J. Cotton and Mrs. W. J. Cotton. Change Meeting Date The American Legion Auxiliary met at the home of Mrs. N. L. Cotton last Wednesday afternoon with six members and two visitors present. A report was given of the county meeting at Swea City by members who attended. The next meeting will be changed back to the second Friday In each month and will be at the home of Mrs. Frank Flaig with Mrs. Otis Sanders as assisting hostess. Gordon Blanchard spent the week end at Okobojl with friends. Kenneth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Householder, had his tonsils removed Monday. John Sprank, Jr., visited a few days last week at the Albert Schlltz home at Bancroft. Leona Blerstedt visited at the Ira Hansen home in Burt from Thursday until Sunday. Harold Nelson visited at the Floyd Bacon home south of Burt from Thursday until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Genrlch and son, Bernard attended an Old Settlers' picnic at Livermore *unday. 15tulah and Margaret, Gladstone and Vura Morris left Sunday for Chicago to attend the WorlcU Fair. A group gathered at the Kan Ewoldt hoin-L- laH Monday to charivari Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Culbertson. H. E. Micha, Glenn Sharp and Alex uitend.d tiie Lions picnic near iianuiolt la.-.t Tuesday evening. Mrs. P. M. Christeiisen and their daughter, Marietta, vl-itfd at the J. M. Jensen home at Kindled tiaiiuday ufiernoon. Beulali and Margaret Gladstone were Sunday dinner (jueats at the CliarKs Morrib home honoring their daughter, Veru's birthday. Mrs. Hoy Jensen, Mies Telia Jensen and Mri. Otto Jemen visited a: the Ben GueiHh._T liur.e near KMherviUe lust Wednesday. TII-L- Mite society will meet in the church basement Thursday alUTnoon. Hoslocio.j are Mrs. W. G. t'iaig and Mrs. VV. C. Heiter. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rath and family and Leona Householder ol Alsona were Sunday dinner guesU at [he homo 01 Mrs. John Rath. Berliice Nelson Went to liiimsled on Thursday to visit at, UK- George Jeii- ten home. Leona Jensen returned home with her Friday for a \isii. Mrs. Alex Kxueyer and Mrs. Fred GxWieh drove down to the M. K Blatu'hard home near Irvington laot Tuesday to iusist wHh the; lor threshers. Mrs. Laura Maii:ur and d-iU/liUT;,. Edna and Maiujne ol tali.,, VL>iU-d at the Alex Krlieyer and Fred Gvnneh homes and with o[hcr ieU- [Ives Thursday and Fiiii.i.v. Mr. and Mrs. Flunk Kuini jiid Mi.^ GeiieVieve *ti,bl;s ol iks MoUi'-o ui.u Mrs. Gordon Kuhn and daughter, Helen, of Algona, visited the grotto at West Bend last Wednesday. Mrs. Roy Jensen, daughter, Marjorle, Miss Tena Jensen, Mrs. John Sprank and Mrs. W. G. Flalg and Mrs. Ralph Priebe attended a county Auxiliary meeting at Swea City last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger entertained at dinner Saturday, Mrs. Krue- ger'a parents, Rev. and Mrs. S. M. Gladstone and Mrs. H. L. Schmidt of Oakland, California, Mils. Krufeger'6 aunt. Bernlece Roderick, who is taking nurses' training at the Methodist hospital at Des Moines, came home Fridav for a three weeks' visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Roderick. Mrs. Ruth Pike and son of Clinton visited friends In Lone Rock from last Wednesday until Sunday. Mrs. Pike will be remembered by Lone Rock peo- pVe as Ruth Spooner and a former Lone Rock teacher. Mr. and Mrs. George Pettlt, daughters Marjorle, Mrs. Oscar Earing and Mrs. Howard McChesney and children of California and granddaughter, Phyllis Seegebarth visited the grotto at West Bend Sunday. Elmer Stubbs of Des Moines visited at the Frank Kuhn home Saturday. Miss Oenevleve stubbs, who spent the past week at the Kuhn home, returned to Des Moines with him. Elmer and Genevieve Stubbs are Mrs. Kuhn's son and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald HaUoran and children of Reddick, Illinois, returned home after a visit at the Hugh Walsh home. Eilene and Lawrence Walsh accompanied them home for visit and will also attend the Worlds Fair at Chicago. Mrs. H. L. Schmidt of Oakland, Call fornla, visited at the Rev. S. M. Glad stone home from Thursday uull Sunday. Sunday, the Gladstone family and Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger and Mrs. H. L. Schmidt drove to Lake Okobojl where they met relatives. Mrs. Harry Rahii and Miss Dorothy Kniss and Maybelle Trice, who have been visiting at the Rahn home, drove to Cedar Rapids Friday where Miss Kniss and Miss Trice made plans for the winter as they will teach school there. They all returned home Sunday. Mrs. I. W. Nelson, son Donald and Mrs. Eugene Hoflus and daughter Eugenia Mae, accompanied their mother, Mrs. H. Bacon and daughter, Etta, of' Algona, to Amboy, Minn., Thursday to visit at the home of a daughter and sister, Mrs. Jess Hohensteln. Sunday. I. W. Nelson and Eugene Hoflus drove up to Amboy to get them. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ackerman enter- alned at - s unday dinner in honor of :he eleventh birthday of their son, Donald and his great-grandmother, Vlrs. Kate Ackerman of Mowequa, 111., »6th birthday. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Trainer of Kanawha, Mrs. Wm. Herrlman and children of Iowa City, Mrs. Veral Waggoner and children and Gerald Trainer of Port Dodge, Mr. anrt Mrs. Robert Ac- terrnan, Mrs. Caroline Ackerman, sons Earl and Halrn and daughter, Lillian, all of Burt and Mr. and Mis. Frank Flaig and daughters of Lone Rock. Mrs. William Hammer went to Algona Monday afternoon to attend a birthday party in honor of his cousin. Bobble Holtzbauer, who celebrated his birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schmttt. and family were Sunday visitors &t the home of Mrs. Schmttt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Rowell at Swea City. Thomas and Dorothy remained for n longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thul nnd son, Robert, Joseph Becker, Sr., and son, Peter and Peter Klrsch were among those from this vicinity to attend the American Legion celebration in Clarion Thursday. Andrew Kupper of Lindsay, Texas, arrived here Sunday morning for tfl. visit with Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Fuhrmann and other relatives and friends in this vicinity. Mr. Kupper Is a brother of Mrt>. Fuhrmann. Mr. and Mrs. Reter Schmitt we the parents of a baby boy born August 1st. The infant was baptized Michael Peter last Sunday. Sponsors were Thomas «nd Dorothy Wagner. Th« Schmitts now have a family of threft girls and one boy. Stoter M. Bonovlta. Plater M. Benvenuta and Sister M. Deotilla from Mt. St. Francis convent- at Dubuque and Brother Matt Berte from Techney. Illinois, arrived here Saturday for a f?w days' visit with their mother, Mrs. August Berte and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stelzw and daughters. Freda and Monica, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hudson, Joseph Stelzer and Opal KruCKer, all of Comfrey, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stelzer and daughter. Marcia and Marie Fourage from Springfield were Sunday visitors at the Philip Fournge home. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Meyerhofer and family and Mr. and Mrs. John Meyerhofer and family from Stacyvlllc were visitors several days last week at the John Freilitifwr home. Mrs. John Frcillnser also enjoyed a visit last week from four of her sisters who are members of the St. Francis convent at Dubuque. y^'WWWW^^ ST. JOE NEWS ®®&®ys&«0&^^ Louis Schmitt purchased a Farmall tractor recently. J. K. shepler from Huntky, Minn., Is visiting at the J. B. McNeill home. Quite a number in this vicinity have been shelling corn the past few days. Peter Erpeldlng purchased a Chevrolet sedan last week and Alvln Klein a Ford coach. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Becker and family from Burt were Sunday visitors at the Nick Bormann, Jr., home. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Meyerhofer of Des Moines visited with relatives In this vicinity Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gales and fam lly left Saturday for a visit with relatives and friends at Watklns, Minn. Matt Zelmett of Whlttemore was a Sunday visitor at the home of his brother, Henry Zelmet. Harold Reding returned home from the Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge on Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John Rolling and son, Edward and Mrs. John Friders were recent vlsltorss at Carroll. Mrs. Nick Reding and Mary Jane and Bobble of Whittemore spent Thursday at the home of Mrs. Lucy Wagner. Donald and Leonard McOulre, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Martin McGuire, had their tonsils removed last week at Fort Dodge. The feast of the Assumption, a holy day of obligation will be observed on Wednesday, August 15th with low m.-ss at 7 o'clock and high mass at 9 o'clock. Edward Becker and Florence Josal of Tower City, North Dakota, returned home Thursday after several weeks' visit with relatives and friends In this vicinity. Maxlne Schumacher of Des Moines and Mary Jane Reding of Whlt- temore and Marjorie Reding spent several days the latter part of the week at the Ted Wagner home. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kayser and family and Anna Kayser left Saturday for a visit with the Nick Phillips family at Claremont, Minn., and the Casper Kayser family at Owatonna, Minn. Cyril and Richard Retting, Register & Tribune carrier salesmen, went to Algona Sunday afternoon where nil carrier salesmen received an airplane rido in the Register &: Tribune plane. Darwin Hammer, son of Mr. and 900 of Them Well we had our party. The kiddies all had a good time and I can truthfully say there was not a kid in (he crowd that enjoyed it more than I did. I like the little folks. They are honest. If they like you, they say so, and if they do not like you they are just as frank in admitting it. The addition to the store will soon be finished. Then we will have a children's department and carry more; children's good than we ever carried before. We will also have more room for the grown-ups. Nothing fancy, Just a plain store, chuck full of good standard merchandise. Plenty of help to wait on you. Children's slippers and Oxfords .59c, 98c, $155, $1.98 Ladles dress ties, black or brown, per pair $1.00 Ladies pore silk foil fashioned hose, chiffon, or service 49c Ladles pore silk hose, ankle fitting, size 9'/i, 10, 101/, at 29c Ankleto, all sizes. The lOc ones now 7c, the 19c ones now lOc Boys' Union Salts, now 23o Children's Play Salts, 29e real Rood ones at 49o Men's Shirt-Craft Dress Shirts, reduced to 98o Men's Work Shirts, fan cat at 49o and S9o Men's Work "hoes at $1.25, $1.98 and $2.23 Men's new Oxfords, Gom&ear welt, arch support at $2JJ5 A house full of bargains and more arriving every day. Jimmie Neville THE SHOE MAN AJfono, Iowa. JWV^^ FARMERS ATTENTION! Beer 24 Bottle Case $2°° IJoe Blooml {••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••« Basket Grocery BETTER FOOD STORES Try Our Fresh Quality Meat Not How Cheap—But How Good. All Meat U. S. Government Inspected Jar Rubbers, hot 1 fi r Jar Caps, OO _ or cold pack, 3 dozen 1 "»» per dozen £tvC CERTO, large bottle 26c Buy Your Fruit for Canning Now. FLOUR We hav-e a few hundred bags of Flour on hand from bookings below present market prices on which we are giving you the benefit while the supply lasts. Occident Flour, 49 Ibs. $1.99, 24% Ibs. 99c 0-old Medal Flour, 49 Ibs. $2.09, 24% Ibs $1.06 Unista Flour, 49 Ibe. $1.69, 24% Ibs 90c Peter Pan Flour, 49 Ibs. $1.59, 24% Ibs. 89c Rice, fancy, OC p Cake Flour, 3 Ib. cello bags fciJC Swansdown, pkg Macaroni, OC r Breakfast Cocoa, 6 pkgs lM V Baker's, Vi Ib, 2 for .... Marshmallows, 1 C p Baking Powder, per pound Uv Calumet, 1 Ib Post Toasties, J r Certo 8 oz. pkg I V ner bott per bottle Friday and Saturday Only Beef Steak, cut from round, Ib. Dried Beef, thin. [XT Ib. 19c 29c Pure Beef Hamburger, fresh O 1L ground «* •"• It will pay vim to stock up now on canned fruits and vfgHaMcs. <•<•! your Auction .Money Here. Now Entering Upon Its 44th Year From a small beginning it has grown, to be one of the largest and best commercial schools in this country. Our courses of study are thorough and practical; our equipment u modern; our teachers men and womea of culture and special fitness for their particular work. We occupy our own ore-proof building. OUR FALL TERM WILL OPEN 1 SEPTEMBER 3rd i U)' 1'OUf LAJV 10 TAKE A COMMtiiCIAL COfKSK SsEXU tOIi OIU tfiiilK CAT.U.OGL : JS MANKATO COMMERCIAL COLLEGE MANK.A1O, MINN. *

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