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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 16, 1934
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The Algona ITpper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 18,1934 HURT MAN HURT DASHING TO PUT OUTAUTO FIRE Ross Rash Dislocates His Shoulder; Department i Gets 3 a. m. Fire Call Burt: The fire department was called out about three o'clock Friday morning when a car was discovered to be on flre at the Ross Rash home. The fire was put out In a short time, although the Inside of the car wjas burned out. The car belonged to C W. Patterson and had been driven bv Mr. Rash. Ross Rash had the misfortune to have his shoulder dislocated when he ran out of the house to assist In putting the flre out. He fell over a little wagon which was standing in the yard. Alex Miller began work Monday for Floyd Duncan. Mrs. Aurilla Coffin was a guest of her daughter In Algona Sunday. Joe Heaney spent the week end with his parents at Kiester, Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. c. C. Smith visited with relatives near Seneca Sunday. Mrs. Paul Moore and Mrs. H. S. Van party Friday afternoon at the latter's home. Miss Pearl Woltz is home from Mason City, where she took a business course. Jim Sewick has been suffering from a poisoning on his face from oats straw. Mary Lee Peters has been vkitlne at the home of her aunt, Mrs. William Bourne. Mr. and Mrs. Snyder of Chicago visited Miss Clara Shaw on Friday of last week. Lance Reibhoff is running the Standard Oil station during the absence of Kay Dremmel. Mrs. R. D. Temple and daughter, Gloria, expected to be here this week to visit friends. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Halns of Algona called at the C. S. Cogln home one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hoflus and their children were guests Sunday at the Lloyd Qeton home. ' Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Looft, Jr., and children attended a family reunion at the Call Park Sunday. Dr. R. H. Thompson attended a national dental meeting at Minneapolis on Tuesday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Keith and children were dinner guests at the L. M. Boettcher home Sunday. Mrs. C. I. Mansmith spent several days last week at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Phillip Puffer. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Ward and children and Alfred Ward of Scenic, Minnesota, are visiting relatives here. Mrs. Joe Heaney went to Prescott, Wisconsin, Saturday, where she will make her home with her mother. Mrs. J. D. Graham accompanied her slater, Mrs. August Strom to Renwlck Friday where they visited relatives. Rev. and Mrs. S. H. Aten and children returned home Wednesday from their trip to Ambrldge, Pennsylvania, where they were visiting. Mrs. Lance Reibhoff and Mrs. C. F. Whalen entertained a number of ladles at a 10-10 party Tuesday afternoon at the former's home. Mrs. H. L. Souerman entertained four girls at the staehle home on Friday of last week. The girls have bee spending the week at Okoboji. Mrs. L. J. Schmidt and two chlldre returned to their home Sunday a-fte spending the week at the home of he parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore. Mrs. John Rlppentrop and daugh t-er Irene from near Woden called on Mrs. c. S. Coffin Saturday evening They were neighbors several years ago Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Phelps, Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Phelps and two children spent ^unday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Fanny Cunningham In Algona. F. J. Davtson brouR-ht his sister, Irma home Saturday. Miss Davlson has been visiting at the home of her brother and also attended the Worlds Fair. In our items last week we stated that Mrs. Carrie Lewis of Alptma was visiting her sister. Mrs. Louise Thompson. It should have read Mrs. Clara Lewis. Donald Farm Youngsters Show Champions at State Fair Hammerstrum and Kirbv Smith. Jr.. were at Algona Sunday, where they enjoyed a ride in the Des Moines Register and Tribune airplane. Mrs. J. M. McDonald. Hugh. Dorohy and Mary Jean, left Monday for Moorehead. Minnesota, where they will .«-'-Tid a week with Mrs. McDonald's sister. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Tut ton of Austin. Minnesota, visited Friday at the Charles Schrader home. Miss Helen Schrader accompanied thrm home for a visit. Mr. »nd Mrs. Ray Dremmel and children left Sunday for Carlos, Minnesota. Sunday to visit Mrs. Dremmel's parents. Donnie returned home with them on Wednesday. Mrs. Anna Towne of Balaton, Minnesota, and her sister, Mrs. W. T. Fish of Whittemore visited at the F. L. Pratt home and called on old friends here Thursday of last week. Lorena and John Reibhoff have been visiting their aunt near Bricelyn, Minnesota, and are spending a few days with their gradparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Johnson near Lakota. O. P. Kraushaar returned from Waverly Saturday where he visited his mother. The Kraushaar family will spend another week at the O. P. McDonald home before going to North Hampton. Ask Correspondents to Mail Us Items Ahead of Schedule DPS Moines, Special: Over 1,600 head of prize baby beeves, dairy heifers, piss, colts, and lamhs. raised by farm boys and girls In 99 Iowa counties will compete for state championships at the Iowa State Fair here, Aug. 22 to 31. With over $12,000 In cash prizes offered at this year's 4-H Club Conirrpss. the Iowa State Fair will brinp together the largest clnb show of Its kind ever held In the United States. More than 2,000 picked 4-H winners from every section of the state will spend 10 days at the State Fair competing for final championship honors in every phase of farm club ictlvity. Stock judging, demonstrations, club exhibits and contests will be vpen to *he public throughout the period of the fair. Because of the extra work Involved In the three big Issues of The Algona Upper Des Moines in connection with the merchandise auction to be held in Algona, Friday, August 31, correspondents are asked to cooperate with us by mailing their news Items in a day earlier. It will considerably speed up our work In .the mechanical department If this Is done, and will be greatly appreciated. Correspondents of the paper, as well as the general public, will be at liberty to collect auction dollars and bid at the auction. The correspondents have no access to the auction money, and will In no way violate the ruling restricting employees of flrms cooperating from entering the auction. Regular employees of all flrms connected with the auction, however, are naturally restricted from entering Into the auction. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Merrifleld of Algona were dinner guests at the home of the former's sister, Mrs. C. S. Coffin Sunday. They drove to Buffalo Center In the afternoon on a pleasure trip. Miss Helen Thompson came home from Cedar Rapids Saturday, where she has been attending summer school. She will spend two weeks here with her parents before returning to Cedar Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Chlpman and son, Lawrence, returned home Monday from Blythedale. Missouri. Mrs. Will Ringsdorf accompanied them to Osceola where she visited her mother, Mrs. Jennie Davlson. M*. and Mrs. James Sewick and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. F. O Stow drove to Charles City Sunday where they met Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Stow and Lester Stow. They enjoyed a picnic dinner and spent the day together. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Brace. Gerald Brace and son drove to Fenton Sunday to visit Mrs. Gerald Brace, who is 111 at the Don Straley home. Mrs Brace has been 111 at the Straley home with rheumatism fojr the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Qirton and their children and Mrs. Gertrude Thompson returned home Wednesday of last week from Okoboji where they spent a week. Mr. and Mrs. Glrton and daughters visited here until Saturday morning when they returned to their home at Grlnnell. Edwin Ward and son of Minneapolis, Mrs. Matilda Ward, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Ward and three children, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Pannkuk and two children, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Ward and four children, Alfred Ward and daughter were dinner guests at the G. C. Old- dings home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lew Watklns and two sons of Storm Lake and Mrs. Myra Watklns of Fort Madison spent Sunday at the L. D. Hodgson home. The Watklns family returned to their home Sunday evening but Mrs. Mym Watkins remained for a longer visit. Mrs. Watklns is Mr. Hodgson's sister. Auction Money on All of These Hardware Specials 24 Quart Knumolod Cold Pack Oaiuicr, holds 9 pints or 7 quarts _. Dry Cell Batteries each for Heavy Duty Radio Batteries, life batterv at 1.65 25c 1.39 Burpee Can Sealer, the late model, can be changed for pint or qt. cans in 10 seconds No. 2 Tin Burpee Cans, O *jr '.'• per hundred J.lD > Coaster Wsifjims, 1 inch tires, 7 "jr lar^e size, this week J.lD Ironing Boards, t np I; lartfe size at l.OD I; Kohlhaas & Spilles ^AWAVWUWWVWWJ^^^ FENTON NEWS Mrs. H. C. Lindsey and son, Edward have gone on a two weeks' vacation h«ld a class reunion and picnio supper at the Ambrose Call State Park at Algona last week Tuesday evening. Three of the twelve members were unable to be present. They were Lawrence Glaus, Loren Espe and Warren Randall. Those attending were Shelby Welsbrod, Mrs. Maxlne W«tsbrod-Osborn, Alice Hantelman, Majorle Bailey, Veneta Volgt, Wilfred Badig, Eugene Huskamp, and Carl Volgt. Mrs. Shelby Welsbrod and C. L. Osborn were outside ffuests. The enlng. Reckless Driving Forces Car From Highway, Union Twp. Union: Mrs. Harry Lewis and her daughter were driving on Highway 169 at a point about three miles north of Algona when a cur with three men as occv-pants struck their cir from the rear forcing the car off the paving and into a fence. The driver of the other car never stopped to assist the ladles or see if any wtre Injured. They were not able to get the number of the other car. Luckily no one was Injured. guests of their aunt, Mrs. Frank Ho- flus last Friday. The writer made an error about the Mothers' club date. It is this Thursday, the 18th, instead of the 26th as printed last week. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Keefe, Sam and Cloye Zentner drove down from Winnebago, Minn., Monday and returned Tuesday. They visited at the Mary Keefe home. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Sweazey of Rochester, Minn., who had been visttlne relatives at Fort Dodge and Webster City, stopped enroute home at the Ben Gould home Saturday for a short visit. BANCROFT NEWS Mrs. Harvey Ward has been laid up with neuralgia In one of her hips. Mr. and Mrs. Vallo Naudaln were callers at the Joe Matllle home Mon- group attended the theater In the ev- day evening. Macu 'e ™™ ™on The Claude Dearchs children were at the homes of the former's daugh- I Sunday night. Cresco Farmers Finish Threshing; Yield 20 Bushels Cr°sco: Thresr-irp is ab--ut completed here. The average yield was 20 bushels and good quality. A lange number are shelling coin. Thirty-five carloads were taken in at West Bend Saturday. O. E. Hayne is recovering from the summer flu. The G. Cteve Stewart family purchased a Nash sedan week before last. The J. M. Cox and Earl Miller faml- les picnicked Sunday at the West Bend Park. Lyle Runchey motored to Sioux City Saturday afternoon, returning here on Beautify Your Home Paint up r.: willing Uie lime House Paint -...•lily '.....I l,a. e o.xmr that -r,e. a pro- Paint Walls lLiior uaim.; lea' \\aSU and choice of or giocs 4-Hour Varnish For inside or ouUldv Uje. !V>, Wlll- ^ULi OX W:il nut 1 .;ru white. BOTSFORD Lumber Co. Jim Pool, MaliJltfer ters, Mrs. Wm. Kent at Omaha. Mrs. O. C. Kitchen at Mason City, Mrs. Harold Stedman at Gllddcn and Ber- nloe Lindsey at Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Walttnan and sow Floyd of Fremont, Alice Kurtaln and Everett McCoy of Britt, came Saturday for a visit with the former's cousin. T. N. McFall. They left Saturday and will visit relatives at West Bend and Algona before they return. Mrs. Carrie Haase and children. Pearl and Gail and Mrs. Herman Gade accompanied by Walter Wlddel attended the funeral of Mrs. Anthony Wilke at Fairmont last week Tuesday. Mrs. Wllk-e was a neighbor of the Haase.s when they resided at Fairmont. Margaret Skarc of Radcllffe came last week Wednesday night for a visit until Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Skare. Mr. and Mrs. Ole ^andstoe and daughter, Dorothy, and Howard Robertson of Hubbard. cam? Saturday evening for an over night visit with the Skares. Lou Basset returned to her home at Sheldon after visiting at the Florence Welsbrod honve. The two taught school In Sheldon at the same time for a number of years. They have recently returned from a several weeks' tour on th« east coast. They took the southern route going and returned via Canada. f*ftl The Falrville Walther League presented a play entitled "The Path Ac- row the Hill," at the opera house here Sunday evening. Those taking parts were W. E. Wegener, Hilbert Huntelman, Elmer Greinert, G. Wlttcopf, 81- donla Bierstedt. Edna Prink, Mrs. Arnold Kantr linan, Marjorie Johnson and Alice Hantelman. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. ciaossen, Mr. and Mrs. Klet-ze and daughter, June and Mr. and Mrs. John Cook of Reinbeck visited at the Dr. J. A. Mueller hom-e Sunday. Mrs. Mueller is a niece of Mrs. Claussen. From here tlu-y went to ^pirit Lake to spend the wtf-k al u cottage. On Tuesday Mrs. Mueller will join them for u K-w days' Ollting. . I Dr. J. A. Mueller u.->;b,ted bv Dr. i Kinrh Kirkegaaid ol Unified a;.d Al- I n -i Madi.-on, H. N. of near !•'. i.:.,n. , • eld three- tonsil operations at the former;,' oific-e Thursday for. noon. 'i:ie patictus, wen- U,birt, .son of M.'. ; a::tl Mri. J. A. BcHv.Mru, Dorothy, the ; o -turner of Mr.-,. Dn-ver, and M: ii.ey liniee. ion ol Mr. ai.d" Mrj. C. < i. Humphrey. Mr.-. Henry Kim. r.s enu-i taim-d ihe I'.ilov.H.,' (.'roilij at i;iniier buhdiy: Mr. • :i.d Mr,. Duk Danker ai.d tv.o ci.iiu: i n ol Mode.-,;.i. C.iliii.rnia. Mr. and | Mrs. ill-nil.,]! --:riarkiT and ;h Will, lajiii.ii -, a:id J,,hn l-,iui-.-i.. .Mr. : ui.j Mi-j l)..i,K-T I'-it Moi.iiav 1 r a • •'••it. a' the C, niury ol l j i o_<re.-,.-, at | (''-i-'.ito. 'i :.e (hildr-'ii i t at '• Ihi- strueck r home until their return. A DU.-,.<..,rlh family j-alheunsj wao j i.' Id al the i;o:i. v - ot Air. and All.-, Euri ;D ,iii Wunday 'Iho.e p;,- : .eiil were' | Mr. and Ml.. W.illaee Hu wn ui.d ineir I i:.ildreii. Wallat- . Jr., Ko.-,unarle, j K.uhin-n ami Harvey til Gru\er. Mr. ! -"i.d Airs Ralph riiuinij./ ol tteimick , u:.d Mr. und Mrs. Harley Gieen ol Al-oiia 'l;.e euia also celebrated the I 1 Lii'thday unmvei''y ol Gl-.nn Diu- I Mr. and Mis. Harry Filer of Couri- i-1 Ululij can;.- Friday evening for a v-.-ii at the home of Air. and Mro. 1'niiip Weiibiod and Mrs. Hal lie Weu>- Liod. Ml- Filer i.> a fc>paiii:h War \el- i-ian and they attended the reunion .•:.d picnic supper at tu^ Jaoper Park a- fcn.ineUbuig iia.lurd.iy. .,;,ui.soi\ d bi l. e F.:i:;nelibm ;,' en 1 , L-IUII. On bui.aay Cll> a.'.d l:.e tlleli h i.-l. I li.ele t.o al- lel.d H Till.-. V,t,.-. !lle jjlld le^HI-enl.' 'ihe i'eiUun i-i^u sci.uul <.ia^,j ui 1'jjl j A. J. Berens of Chicago spent a few days of last week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Berens. Mrs. Eva Kennedy, two sons John and Edward and Merita Gilbertson re- .urned home last Tuesday from Chicago. The Misses Rosemary and Sylvia iurre, Rosella Mathlas, Mary Ford, Alva Stark and two friends are spend- ng a week at Okoboji. Miss Lucille Dyer began her duties as office girl for Dr. J. A. Devlne last Thursday. Miss Margaret Devlne work- d there until Miss Dyer was hired. Twin boys were born to Mr. and frs. Frank FrolehJe last Saturday. They were named Richard and Robert. This Is the second pair of twins In this family. Miss Melba DeLancy of Page, Nebraska, returned to her home Sunday evening. She had been visiting at the home of Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Weber for the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sheridan and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baker drove to Algona Sunday afternoon when they received word of the death of Bernard Tlemey. Mr. Tierney Is related to the J. H. Sheridans. Mrs. J. A, Devlne, son* Emmet, Kenneth, Thomas, John and Arthur left last week for Sigourney for a two weeks visit with Mrs. John Devtae. Dr. J. A. Devlne, daughter Margaret and Mary Elaine, left Saturday to spend a_week there also. Walter and Cyril Deltcrtng drove Miss Maude Burnsmeier to Alton, where she was called on account of the death of her mother. Mrs. Burns- meier had been ill for some time, but became worse lately and died before her daughter could reach her. Most successful new industries are hatched in the laboratories of applied science. The Henry Wolfes recently visited at points In North Dakota and report It very dry In that state. Miss Doris Remster returned home Saturday to Sioux City aft«r a visit at the Will Runchey home. The M. C. and Gordon Worsters were visitors Sunday at the Goldtoo home south of West Bend. Kenneth Brown of Boone came last Week Tuesday for a visit at the home jf his sister, Mrs. D. D. Sparks. Ralph Brown of Sac City came last week Wednesday for a week's stay at the home of his father, O. W. Brown. Mrs. L. A. Vipond and sister, Mrs. Andy Felthauer of British Columbia, Canada, visited Friday with Mrs. F. L MUler. L. H. Crawford of Minneapolis came Thursday. Mrs. Crawford spent two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs F. L. MUler. Mrs. E. C. Potter has be-n seriously ill with intestinal flu since last wetk Thursday. At this writing she la somewhat Improved. Miss Zoe Burge returned the fore part of last week to her home at Cedar Rapids after a week's visit at the Fred Park home. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Pierce and the Ira Dulton family visited Sunday with the former's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Grover Moore at Mallard. Mr. and Mrs. Fernley Runchey of Emmetsburg spent Saturday night at ihe Will Runchey home and all were ebts Sunday at the Will Greenfield home. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Opperman and four children and Mark Brazee of Cylinder and Mr. and Mrs. George Hahfe were guests Sunday at the George Era- zee home. Miss Tola Lehman and Leonard Lauritzen of Dts Moin-es spent Saturday night and Sunday at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Lehman. The Andrew Waltniana of Fremont were visitors at Fenion and Algona Saturday and ^unduy. Andrew i-> u coudn of Mesdames Robert Kunchey and A. M. C-llinson. The H. L. Poller family were vi-itor.> .Sunday at the A. L- Webster hr.ii!!- in Algoiu, it lx:ing Gail's l!/;h birthday and her s/raiuilather, Mr. Welioi r, hud .1 L-irlhday the l'.r.-.t Mr,. W. T. and h- r |;hu.-r. JulueUe and Clarence W''i,o • of Man.'-on left Wednesday evening ,,; !a.-t Attk alter a two day vi.-it :.t the Milton Pierce horn-.-. Mr. and MM. F. L. Miller .SIK-IH Monday t-veninu at the L. A. Potter honi,-. The Jailer's .,iil r, Mr.-,. Alice Covcli o! Cranull-. North Dakota, came on .Saturday 1.1; hi lor a \Uit here. George and Mr. and Mrs. I>. H. Wil- iiin -A, nt to Io«a City Tiiuiiday to bin,;.; home l:.e loriner'.-, luUi. r. I.ew- i., Wiidin. alter a month's ti'tatmeiit. .Siinuay. Vivian Mor,.'an r.. turned home a '•Vct.k ago Fnoay alter U^IIIHK rehi- ilve.j m Minnesota and Wisconsin and Ihe Century of Fro.;re.,a alid ihe \u:nt to LuVerne Ti.e.,day eveuiiij/ to spend th! 0 'A ek with Frances Walters. Mi.,. H. !o. Hiown-.McDanieU and lour c:.ildi.n of Siuux Kupids iiave returned home after a vijit with her sls- 'er. Mr.-,. D. D. 8;,ark.-- and fainilv a :id other relative^ and Irieiids and uls-.> v.iUi Mrs. Victor Applegate near Cur. v.Hii. Mr. and Mrs. George HackJiun. Sr., ale hon.c Honi a. a-JHiig trip to Muine- .--'Jiu, and VV"i:,ei.-ii.5in. accompanied by tlieir .-.on. George Jr., u i T'eiinea-see. and traiiiLon Kobei't Geig-J. Mrs,. ilack;; u-i:tu a ..Liter, Mro. Uuah at WeU-ler, Wi.;Coii.>ili. August Specials .... . . . Permanent Waves Our $3.50 Wave for $2.50 Soap Shampoo and finger wave (wet) 50c Soap Shampoo and finger wave (dried) 75c Oil Shampoo and finger wave (wet) 75c Oil Shampoo and finger wave (dried) $1.00 Wet Finger Wave __25c Morrison Beauty Shop Phone 279 Algona, Iowa C. S. Johnson SPECIALS You can get your Auction Dollars Here Lawn Mower ____ $5.29 Lawn Hose, 50 ft. $2.39 Lawn Rakes ______ 59c Clothes Baskets ___ 89c Wash Boilers ____ $1.95 Tubs ---------- 59c up Preserving kettle 49c up Cold Packers __$1.29 up Ice cream freezer 95c up Big 3 No. 10 Cans Bl|u5kberries ______ 45c White Cherries ____ 63c Peaches __________ 43c Bed Cherries ______ 49c Blueberries _______ 83c No. 10 cans Catsup _83c Van Camp's Pork and Beans, 2 cans Advertising It Helps to Make the Wheels Go Round And every Merchant Today knows that Advertising Is the Life Blood of Hii>i/i<-s.s . . . true, some have their own unique, ways of advertising . . . but after you've u-ied them all, you'll find that the newspaper gives you more readers and more pulling power, per advertising dollar, than any other advertising medium ... if that were not so, the newspapers of today would not carry | the tremendous amount of advertising viewed in every daily paper . . . and we offer you the complete Chicago Trilmne advertising service as an aid to your business, a reservoir of merchandising ideas. 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