The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 30, 1934 · Page 9
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^tocai TheAlgona Upper Des Moines, Algona, lo-wa, Aug. 30,1934 -rn»nH B V rbank ,u Spent last week iriends In southern Minnesota. +h^""' I™ ^ re ' Bert Cronan we week end in Grlnrwll visiting rea- K -. *"• Ba U of Charles City was a guest Sunday at the P. H. Hargreaves nome. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Eckhart have moved from the Vera apartments and arc now living In the upstair apartments at the Wm. Funk home. Mrs. Roy Moulds and daughter, Hel*n, of Sioux City are here visiting at the John Moulds homeland with other relatives and friends. Mr. Moul^ is coming after them Sunday. Joyce Hartman of Janesville, Wisconsin, who formerly lived here with her parents, Is now visiting with Mary Elizabeth Foster. Joyce will attend college at Beloit, Wisconsin, this coming year. Rev. and Mrs. C. Paul Carlson and •son are expected here the latter part of this week from Long Lake near Merrifield, Minnesota, where they have spsnt the month of August. There are to be regular church services at the Presbyterian church. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hawcott and Mrs. Fay Hopkins motored to Ames on Sunday where they met the latter's husband, who came from Olendale, •California, for a visit here with relatives. Mrs. Hopkins, formerly Mamie Moulds, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Moulds, and her two daughters have been visiting her parents and relatives since early June. Mr, Hopkins was former County clerk here and Is the youngest son of Mrs. C. W. Hopkins. The Hopkins have lived in Glendale for six years. County Treasurer and Mrs. M. J. Duffy and children visited friends and relatives In West Bend Sunday. Mrs. Martin Duffcr and daughter, Frances of Whlttemore were guests at the M. J. Duffy home Thursday. George Good of Spirit Lake was a visitor at the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs. Walter Good, over the week end. Evelyn Rncacy returned to her home in Davenport Saturday after spending most of last week with Mre. Wm. Dau. Mrs. Viola Bishop and her cousin, Adeline Paulsrud of Randall vlsitnd Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop. Mrs. Jlmmle Allen and two boys of Fort Dodge are visiting this week with the former's sister, Mrs. Nellie Van Allen. Mrs. Wm. Dau and children were guests at the home of her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Peter Ehlers at Swea City Sunday. Mrs. B. M. Southgate was ill most of last, week nnd the first of this week with the flu, which confined her to her bed. Audra Benton of Wesley, started work last Thursday at the Algona cream-rry where she is employed as the bookkeeper. John Dutton has been confined to his bed since Saturday with the flu. He has been quite ill, but Is showing Improvement now. Mabel Roupe, employed by the Jefferson Transportation Company, In Minneapolis, spent last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roupe. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. 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CEE AND GRANT ON " SAME SIDE—IN BASE- " BALL — When the St. < Alban* school nine en- | gage in the national •port on the diamond. £ Lewis Vandergrlft Lee <left), descendant of the 0 r t a t Southern Commander. and Charles Scrlbner Grant, a de t •cendant of the Union * ' Commander . In - chief, both play the outfield. 42 YEARS WITH SIL. VER STOMACH — Ferdinand Waggoner, I ,„. m of Springfield. III., ha* been living with a man-made stomach, and on June 11th celebrated hi. I02no birthday anni! vertary. JTOWER OF "LIGHT"!!! •Enough electrical jergy to light all thel •lights In St. Paul andt •Minneapolis combined! Swill be generated by I Jthis pyramid of over! •4,000 National Automo-l Eblle Batteries to be used] •In Illuminating motor! •floats for the Hollywood! jElectrical Extravaganzal • In Minneapolis, June 21,1 Sthe crowning feature ofj |th« 8 h r t n e r• annual • convention. The youna I lady It one of several! jhundred beauty winners! •who will participate Inl L,the pageant. latter's mother, Mrs. Jacob Johnson of Wesley were Sunday guests of Mrs. Johnson's daughter, Mrs. W. J. Becker. Mr. and. Mrs. Ralph Elbert, the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Hargreaves, and daughter, Maxlne, spent Sunday in Des Moines at the state fair. Mrs. Dennis Ooeders and daughter, Helen, left Saturday evening for Chicago where they will visit friends and relatives and attend the Worlds Pair for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Will Nugent and two boys expected to kave Thursday (today) for their home In Chicago after visiting here with relatives and their many friends. Dorothy BJustrom, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy BJustrom, spent last week with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Walker of Whittemore. She returned home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Don Cronan and the former's sister, Opal, were guests at the Ted Pencher home In Mankato, Minnesata, last week. Mrs. Fencher was the former Mildred Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Barry left Sunday on a trip through Illinois where they will visit relatives In Bushncll and Rock Island and will also attend the Worlds Fair In Chicago a few day*. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Roscwall and son, Robert, of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, arrived here Monday of last week for a several weeks' visit with the former's mother, Mrs. Charles Rosewall. Prlscllla Southgate left Wednesday morning (yesterday) for Eveleth, Minnesota, where she is a member of the teaching faculty. She will visit a few- days in St. Paul enroute to Evelcth. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Chubb are expected home some timo this week after spending the summer months wich Mrs. Chubb's sister, Mrs. Freeman Patch, at Miller's Bay Hotel, Lake Okoboji. Harry Bishop, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop, who had been nttend- Ing summer school at the lova University, is now employed by thp State* Emergency Relief board at Council Bluffs. Mr. and Mrs. Lou WtUon and sen, Wayne and his wife, all of Mason City, spent Sunday here with the former's brother, George, who has been quite 1U for some time, but is showing improvement at this time. Philomena Qulnn of Woodstock. Minnesota, accompanied Tom and Leo Frankl, who had beeri at Woodstock for a week working on their fnrm, here Sunday and will visit with her mother and sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Becker and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kuchynka visited relatives In Fort Dodge and visited Mr. and Mrs. F. Perry In Manson, Iowa, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Perry wero former Algona residents. Dr. and Mrs. George Meyer of Gladbrook, Iowa, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop Sunday. The two famlles and Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Stillman and daughter, Ann, enjoyed a picnic at noon at the State Park. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Barnard and daughter and Mrs. Barnard's brother and sister, Bud Van Arnem of Fargo, North Dakota and Bud Van Arncrn of Grand Forks, North Dakota, sper.i, Sunday at the state fair in Des Moines. Segrld Strom fprnt Sunday with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Gus Strom, at Elmore, Minnesota. Her brother, Arnold nnd his wife nnd two children" from Brawley, California^ were also visiting there and will nlso make a visit In Algona. Mrs. E. J. McEvoy nnd daughter, Gernldlne, left for Masculine inst Friday to visit relatives. Mr. McEvoy nnd son. Maurice, left Tuesday to go down after them. The group planned to vlJit the state fair at Des Moines before returning home. Mr. nnti Mrs. John Bleser nnd two boys and Alice Payne left early Sunday morning for Harpers Ferry to visit Mrs. Blrser's father and sister. Mrs. Birser's fnthor is not in the best of health. John nnd Aliee returned here Monday morning but. Mrs. Hlescr r.nd children remained for a longer visit. Mrs. Oeorge Elbert, her sister, Ber- nndine Barnes nncl thoir parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. H. C. Bnrne.s of Rolfe, left Sunday morning for Henry, Illinois, to attend the fun-cral of Mr. Barnes' bro- the, Michael Barnes, who died the previous day. Funeral services were held Monday morning. The deceased was a bnchelor. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Parkins and baby. Betty Ann. Mr. Parkins' mother and his sister, Mabel, all of Brazil, Indiana, arrived at the Bert Deal home Tuesday of last week for a visit. Mrs. Fnrklas is n sister of Mrs. Dral. Opal Mnrle Morlan of Des Moines accompanied the group here Tuesday and is nL<=o visiting her sister, Mrs. Deal. Word was received here that Will Hagerhorst hnd died Sunday evening at his home in Eagle Grove. The Hager- horsts nre close friends of the J. L. Bonnr and N. C. Rico families and have made mnny other friends In Algona during their vMKs here. Mr. Hngcrhorjt had been ill nil summer nnd his d-rnth wns due to heart '.roub- le. 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