The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 30, 1934 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 30, 1934
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The Algona Upper Pea Moinea, .Algona, Iowa, Aug. 30,1934 IRV1NGTON MEN WIN CORN PRIZES AT STATE FAIR Edw. Mawdsley and Fred Geigel Again Take First on White & Yellow Notice Irvlngton: Irvlngton township again •won laurels at the Iowa State Fair. Edward Mawdsley placed first on ten cars white corn and Fred Geigel received first on t;n ears yellow. Rome Robison. prominent seed corn man of former years, did not exhibit any varieties this year. Oth-cr entries were mode from Kossuth county but the results have not yet been ascertained. Farmers vt Kossuth county have always been active in breeding good seed corn and In prize winning events the results show up. The School T««chfr» Rural schools in Irvinslon township will open next Monday, hence the i happy expression on all the children's I faces ( i In district No. 1 with H?r- i man Wise as dir-rctrr. Mte Emma POs? I will teach: in No 2. irt;h MiXe McFn- | loe as director. MV>? H-:i«r. McEnroe j will hsr? chsrsr?: X> 3 is ;h? McGregor Krt?; seh-x-i srd »ct ssrain be closed this Tt:sr S;<?-r-? De-rine is director. No. 4 bsj SST. MiTi.<":-v as director *•">. \R?s E>i~i'."p Bc"*Tr«n teacher. JT?. S. TJT?&» J<?'r.$ is director and Mis? BZar-iL^a Brpel-ding is teacher. No. 6. -rxti Grc. F?TS;J as director Is again closed and the pupils of this district "HI eo to No. 5. In No. 7 Leonard Arrdcrffr te director. No. 8, John Schultz is director and Birdie Schultz will teach, No. 9, Armour Lempke Is director and Norma Raney and Kath- erlne Schultz will teach. Silo filling was begun ttfls week due to the early drying of this corn this Is earlier than In other years. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gade and Mr and Mrs. John Henry mpre guests Sunday at Henry Scheppman home. Mr. and Mrs. George Hackman ant Geo., Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gel gel were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs Carl Ebsrt of Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Becker and family and Mr. and Mrs. Oran Hudson all of the Burt, neighborhood, were Sunday dinner guests at the Chas Egel home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Park had ns their Mr. and Mrs. John Simon. Jr., spent Sunday at the Cleve Stewart home. . Mr. and Mrs. Robert Runchey of Hobarton were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Terhune Sunday. Mrs. Clara Lewis and daughter, Ella and Henry Wadsworth were callers Sunday at the Sim Leigh home. dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs Perry Phillips and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hutchins and their two sons, Russell and Carroll. A new windmill was installed at the M. E. Blanchard farm last week. Heretofore water has been pumped with a gasoline engine. People from LeMars own this farm. A large crowd attended the Aid society meeting last. Thursday at the Wrn. Boldridge home. Several guests were prrsent. Mrs. Vern Barker wa.' assisting hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Weber and Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed Wilkins left last Thurs- dav morning for the Ozarks on a sightseeing and pleasure trip. They will be gon-? about ten days. Mrs. Everc't Gangweer nnd new baby returned home last Monday. This now rrrakes the Gangweers a family of throe boys. They nre tenants and | reside on the Chester Schoby farm. Edw. Mawdsley and daughter. Dor- -*hy were Sunday visitors at the C. M. Gro?s home at Lone Rock. Mr. Gross is preparing to enter his Per- ch<=ron horses at the county fair this year. Mr. and Mrs. John McGuire will re- Jurn to Algona Mnrch first and the Marlow family now tenant for the McGuires will rent the farm. Mr. McGuire has added many Improvements to his farm. " Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Johnson arrived home last Thursday evening from an extended visit in Wisconsin and Illinois. Miss Marge Johnson, daughter of George Johnson, acompankd them on the trip. Ernest Madison of Fox Lake, Minn., acted In capacity of relief man at the local C. & N. W. depot In the absence of Clarence Rosan. agent, who attended the World's Fair at Chicago with the baseball team. At the last, meeting of the Irvlngton township school board the contract was &o$x&xa8s&cxyax^^ USED CARS '30 Chev. sedan '31 Chev. coach '33 Chev. Coach '31 Chev. truck (long wheel base) See Us for Repairs Greasing Oil Changes Our simp is equipped for all kinds of ovcr- lijiu] jobs. Kohlhaas Bros. Garage Come on! You've put it off enough now! It's very much to your advantage to iiiive /oi. car's finish rencucd riftjni row! For complete recolor- i_£ or the touching ii|» of worn spotH, prices arc lower tnan they ever were, ok r.i_/ ever he again. And hrre you pet llie job done with genuine Duco — wi.h the same ."?i"«:o Ine maker put on your oar. Coir" i'i to-iay Mt a\ estimate, 01 to ta^e advantage oi this Hcci-i offer. Special Service off* D. PARSONS AT Kohlhaas Bros. KtOO^OO.O.O.OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOvO.OOOOvOOOOOOO.OvOOOOO.OvOOOOO Ready for the First School Day ! School Books and Supplies Fountain Pen and Pencil Sets 99c Vacuum Fill Fountain Pens 50c Tahlcts, i-rayulas, paints pfiirils. pi-iis, pel; points ink, pencil li.ixi-s, lunch 1 \\Y iinir iiuiik papi-r, nutf- Ixinks. pencil .--liai'iic'ii- »-rs. i-r;i.-'ci'.-, scratcli ,-cissiirs, ' |i;|i|>. ju-liril li-jtds. iiiijilclc iiin- of rural si-lmul books. K. D. James TIIK K'KXAU. S'l'OK'K J .^Vtft'JVWVUVlArVtfV'A'A 1 let to the Miller Bros., contractors o: Algona for the new addition on the present school hous« and work wll be started at once. The threshing ring of north Riverdale township will have their yearly picnic all day Thursday at the Hiko Karel farm home. Thers are ten families in this ring and a picnic dinner will be served flt noon. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Miller accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Skilling. were visitors at the State Fair for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Harvey attended to the farm activities In the absence of the Millers. The J. C. Mawdsley threshing run finished last Tuesday at. the Richard Leigh farm in Irvin^ton. Mr. and Mrs. treated the men to ice cream and cake. Tills farm is known to older residents ns the old Dr. Armstrong arm. Mr. nnd Mrs. Peter Halsrud enkr- nlwd Inst Thursday evening at n par- y honoring their son, Walter's 21st (irt.hclny. Dancing was the diversifiw- ion of the evening nnd later lunch wn.s erved. The Los? orchestra furnished he music. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fitch and the Raney family attended a picnic t Algona Sunday, honoring Mrs. Mael Foxwell of WaJhinpton state, sis- er of Hugh Rnney. Mrs. Foxwell vis- ted at the Worlds Fair and was on er return trip home. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lage and child- en and Mrs. Alice Duryea attended Te Lag-c reunion at Lattimer, Iowa, last Sunday. There were thirty-seven present. Joe, son of the Lages, is still at DCS Moines but is exp°ct'd to return the latter part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pierc? of Algona have been making calls in the Irv- lngton territory. Mr. Pierce If the new game warden fcr Kossuth county and Is desirous of becoming acquainted with th- farmers nnd obtaining their views on the present law regulating hunting, etc. Sunday morning a new Ford V-8 was wrecked east of Sexton. The car had five occupants, all people from Minnesota, who were on th^ir way to attend the Century of Progress in Chicago. None of the pecple were hurt severely but it was necessary to have a wrecker get the car righted and hauled away. In writing to friends from Flint. Michigan, Miss Effle Egel reiterates the sever-? loss of property caused by a tornado that swept over that city. At first It was estimated the damage would be about $2.000,000 but later was found to be $4,000,000 and four lives were lost. For some time all electricity was cut off and the city was in darkness. Royal Holz of Grand Junction. Greene county, Iowa, was one of the state 4-H champion winners at the state fair and his picture with his other companions w;re featured in the Daily Register last Saturday. Young Holz has friends and relatives In thl"; community and was here last year taking advantage of the pheasant season. Mrs. Raynard McGowan of Gladbrook. Mi.'s Miriam Galloway of Waterloo and Mrs. Weiler of Rcinbeck were visitors last week at the J. C. Mawdslev home. Mrs. McGowan and Miss Galloway came Thursday nnd returned Frldny nnd Mrs. Weller. mother of Mrs. Mawdsley, cnmp Friday and will remain a week. Last Friday they all visited the grotto at Wtst Bend. Several ball games were played on Sunday. The Riverdale-Ottosen game resulted In a defeat for Riverdale to the score of 5 to 2, a second was then played and again Ottoson won by 2 to 1. Ottosen has n crack team this season nnd Is meeting with a grrat deal of Irvingtcn and Sexton clashed but only ST-. ven innings were played the result being 11 to 2 in favor of Sexton. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cox accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller and family Mended n reunion at OLsen Park in Fort Dodge last Sunday. The crowd was comprised of former Illinois families who were friends manv vears ngo nnd now all live In Iowa. There were 28 present nnd this has berom^ an nmuinl affair. The Miller's daughter Mab"lin r . returned to Boone with her urandmother, Strulz for a weeks' visit. will r turn to her home next Sat- urdav. ERNEST SAAGER, WHITTEMORE, IS BURIED WEDS'DAY Long Time Friends From Whittemore Bear Remains to Besting Place Whittemore: Ernest Saager died at ils home Monday night. He had been n ill h'-jOth tcr some time. Ernest Saager was born at Cammtn, Prussia, Mnreh 23. 1859. On April 24, 1884, he wa.s married to Wilhelmine Schmeling at Graz Justin. Prussia. Here they ivrd imMI 1R93, when they emigrated, o trp United States and settled In iVhlttemore where they have since liv- d. One son was born to them but died when quite young. Funeral s:r- Ices were held Wednesday afternoon f. 2 o'clock from St. Paul's Lutheran hurch. The pallbearers were Chris Meyer, Carl Oswald. Carl Voigt, Al- >?rt Scheller, Albert Behnke and Aug- ist Mielke. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Oliver visited re- itives at Grnettinger Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Klsch are the proud parents of a twelve pound son. Dau left Friday evening for Chicago to spend a week at the Century of Pio- gress. They were accompanied by Mrs. E. J. Butler of Algona.. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Seymour and family returned home Friday evening after spending three weeks visiting Mr. and Mrs. Roy Judy at Clermont, 111., and also attending the fair. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Weydert and Mr. and Mrs. Simon Weber of Whittemore, and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Weydert of New Rlchland, Minn., are visiting relatives In Dubuque this week. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Esser and son, Jimmie went to Des Moines Wednesday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Henry Esser and family. Mrs. Henry Esser accompanied them home for a visit with her folks. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pelder, and Mr. and Mrs. Matt Krebsbach visited Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sullivan at Ledyard Sunday. Catherine Sullivan, who had spent the past two weeks here, returned to her home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Spllles and son. Francis, and Mrs. Frank Burke and son, John Edward, returned to th-elr home Thursday morning at New Hampton after spending a week visiting relatives and friends here. Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Calry and family of Eagle Grove, Mrs. F. W. Cairy, Louiese and Betty Ann of Sioux City, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seeley of Irvlngton and Dr. and Mrs. H. E. Woodward and fa.mily of Whittemore were Sunday guests with Mrs. Alice Calry. j Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Eischeid and family of Carroll, Iowa, spent the week ™ a7i »™ n - ' wee and Mrs. Art Zinnel at West Bend on end w ,, h Mr flnd Mrs £ enry pc]dcj . Sunday. Paul Nellis of Algona spentSunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Nellis. Gecrge Gengler Is driving a new V-8 Ford deluxe sedan purchased recently in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Montag, and Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Kollasch went to Des Moines Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Johnson of West Bend visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Balgeman Sunday. Jim Fleming of Mason City spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fleming. Joseph and Edward Schumacher spent a few days with their aunt, Mrs. John Gray at SpenKr. Peter Elbert, Esther Ostwald, C. T. Lauden and Mrs. Roger Elbert are on the sick list this week. Mrs. Kauffman, and daughter, June and Miss Nelson of Engle Grove visited Irene Rooney Sunday. Phyllis and Wayne Reynolds of Algona visited their aunt, Mrs. Mae McDonnell and family this w-cek. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Dahlhauser and family of Gilmore City visited Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Elbert Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew S. Elbert and family and Beatrice Knecht vislt/cd relatives at Pocahontas Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bartlett and family visited Mr. nnd Mrs. Herman Schrorder at Bur: Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Towne of Balaton, Minn., visited from Saturday until Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Fish. Mr. F. W. Calry and daughters, Louise and Betty Ann of Sioux City visited Mr?. Alice Cairy a few days this week. Paul Dahlhauser, who is employee! in the Norton Machine Shop at Algona, spent Sunday here with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Will Wagcner and family of Clinton visited Mr. and Mrs. August Schattschneider for a f:w days. Lloyd Roth, student at the University of Iowa at lov/a City visited his mother. Mrs. Sadie Roth, a few days recently. Mr. nnd Mrs. Art Fandel and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Fandel attended a family reunion at EmmeLsburg Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Geolnn wre at Ruthvon Sunclav 'to attend the Sacred Heart picnic held at the Nick Gcclan place. H<len Fan-ell returned to Forest Citv one day the past week to resume her dutks after enjoying a two weeks' vacation. Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Peterson and daughter. Phyllis, of Garner, spent the week erd with Mrs. Nell Farrell and Mrs. Eischeid is a niece of Mr. Felder. On Sunday they went to Algona to visit relatives and returned home Monday. Bead the Want Ads. LAKOTA NEWS The Martin Asche family were Bancroft visitors Wednesday evening. Arlene Lewis visited friends at Buffalo Center last Wednesday evening. Mrs. Maursted is very ill at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Hilmer Hanson. Mrs. Peter Hans, ST., has been con- flsed to her bed the past week, suffering from » severe attack of the flu. Frank Miller of this place, Mrs. Guy Hart of Bancroft, and Mrs. Fred Park of Algona were supper guests Friday evening at the Wade Ball home. Rev. and Mrs. O. H. Frerklng and son, Norman, who have been spending their vacation at their cottage at Twin Lakes, returned home Friday. E. L. Grabau and son, Roger, came up from Lime Springs to spend a few days getting ready for the opening of school. Mrs. Grabau and two daughters remained for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Worley drove to Mason City, last Wednesday wheret Mrs. Worley will spend a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Bailey. Mr. Worley returned home on Thursday. Miss Elsie Steenhurd, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Steenhaid Jr., southwest of town, was operated on for appendicitis last Thursday morning at the Dolmage hospital at Buffalo Centsr. Mr. and Mrs. August Baunvan are planning a trip to Lyndcn, Washington, and Canada, where they will visit relatives. John Meyer, Jr., who is troubled with hay fev-er, planned to accompany them and assist with the driving. Mrs. Fred Huittner, Sr., .who has been in poor health the past several weeks, was taken to towa City, to enter the hospital. She was accompanied Mrs. Fred Huittner, Jr., and Rev- A. F. Boese of this place and Fred Bauman of Ledyard. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Johnson and children, Betty and Harold, expected to leave the first of the week for Chicago, to spend a few days with Mrs.. Johnson's father, sister and brother,, and take in the sights at the fair. Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Gingrich planned to accompany them. Mr. and Mrs. I. Wernert were business visitors in Crystal Lake Saturday. Q3!K<&C8X®XC13^^ Crazy Too busy to write an ad. Carpenters, plumbers, electricians and fall goods piling in from the wholesale houses. I am as crazy as a bed bug. No unemployment around our place. Jimmie Neville THE SHOE MAN i0.oo:omamommcwmama£8»x^^ Briardale Store Friday and Saturday Specials 22c!i Lux Toilet Soap, three lOc bars ____ Lux Flakes, large size Cleanser, Old OO« Dutch, 3 cans __ LL *G. W. C. Cocoa, O^r 2 pound cans **v\f Salad Dressing, 1C~ 0. W. €., pint __ * JC Salad Dressing, OC- G. W. C., quart __^ JL A full line of Peaches, Pears and Primes for Canning. Buy Now. SPECIAL PRICES While visiting the big Kossuth County Fair make our store your headquarters, where you are always welcome. Highest Prices for Eggs 246 Two Phones 247 Moe & Sjogren j Yes, We Deliver. •goos8»o»8»a^»ac»xaa«>o v<&^ffo&Qws&^^ Friday and Saturday SPECIALS Bring Hundreds of Floor Covering Bargains at RICHARDSON'S 1 . and Mrs. Henry G<'Ls of Chica- < otner frlencls ' Mr 1:0 arrived ut the John Dutton home Monday (or a two weeks' vi.sit. Valeria Pickttt is now employed a.s t!-noi;raphfr in t!>e. law oflict- of Attorney L. A. Winkcl. BOARD PROCEEDINGS Notice Notice Ls hrrrby yivin that ;* al- d proposal.-] will ix- received by ihr wi'- ititaiy ut the Hoard oi EducuUon of lliu IniUiji lid lit Si'liou! IJiMric. ol Al- H'.nu, Iowa, at the High School building at Algona uu la the i.our i,l 7 30. P. M-, Monday, Sept. 10, 11*34, for thu .liliTutiuii.. in the;nt; plun- n. the lliyant Kchuol Uniting, in acturdaiicc- with the plans and hjJccUicuiioiio pre- pai'i-d by 11. H. I.aiiii ,-. mechanical tn- tinvc-r. Ui-s MoiiH-.-,, lu'Aa. Proposals initit tie accompanied by a c'iUliid tinTK lor 5 per txml oi the .iiniir.nt of the mupo.-,al. payable !o the ^ treiary ol Liie abuve na.r.ed w-hool j c::-,'.utt. | T: e : uccf.v-lul bidder will be lc- ; quntd to luriii.-ii un upj)roitd b-l;d. > C''])iv., ot the p!ai.i> and .-pfcilicanon.-. n:.iy b..' ->LVJI at tin: ullice ol' tlie •. i;gi- t • r and at the Al-»i.a Huh bcii'.ol Uu:ldiiiK. and n:.i>' bi- ol/.aniea i.poa . Ijpl leaf lull lu tlu: (ii^n.t-,r The liu.Jill IT <-n- .- '.he lljjhr lo I'l:- •. ••: .:.'.', and all bui.i HDAkl) (')!•' l-.ljUC.'A ri<)N" Ol- 1 THK ::.; : .i !• :-;t,i'.\T .S-HIKJI ijiaiiJKrr OJ- A! (;• iNA UAVA ii;> 1 KuliA K iif 1 . JOHN S Lii:,i:\ Mr. and Mr.s. Peter Hapt? and family and Mrs. Pauline Miller returmd home after veiling a few days with relative.--, ;it GuttenberR. Mr. 1 :. Wtber who hn.s be<-n visiting with Mr. and Mr.s. Frank Dfnu-r returned ;o her i'.omc at Poto-'-i. Wiscon- .sin, Thursday morning. Mr.s. Shirley Park.s and Norma Jear. of Llanon vi.itet! ':er sister, Mr.s. Peti r Schumacher Mo:. ,iy. She was en- rou:e home from Spencer. Wm. Salz of Lenore, 111., Ls here vi-s- itini.; hi- children, Mcsdamc-s Joe I.oe- nd Mr.s. C-as. Salz. liilli Rvan returned to hi.s home in Chicago Sunday evening after spending three vvt-ek.i with hi.s grandfather, Kd Burke nnd other relatives. Mr. nnd Mr.-j. Bernard J. Elber- aK" | the p.trim: s of a baby tfirl born Sunday inoriiiiin'. Th>.-y have u nice family of five xirl. and one boy. ' Mr. and Mr.s. Tom Dailey and family and Mrs. Margaret l>aik-y of Algona i M.-.UI (i i.-lativi-,, h-.-ie Sunday. The lat- j : r K-M.ain- d lor a longer vi-si'. i Mrs. Peter Schumacher left Monday levelling fi.r Clarion wtv: re she. will uc- ' company Ir-r mot: t-r, Mrs. Jake Thul to r to enter a clinic. Beginning next Sunday, masses In .St. Michael's Catholic church, will be chang- d (rom 7 and 9 o'clock to U and 10 for the fall and winter. Father Edward I-'andel return d to ln.> home Thursday at Ile:nsen after ];< nding a IL-W days visiting his parent-., Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Faiidel. Frank B-. .sleiiU-hiH-r wont to Musca- tn.c- Sunday accompanied by hit, bi-- t r. M;.--.. Jiyiin S rain and John and Bitty Aiu\ w::o had betn viiiting here. Mr. and Mrs. Walt- r Vauidf and family. Irene; and Kuth Vaudt were at I.uVerne Sunday to attend the marri • a^c ol Herman Vaudt. son of Mr. and Mr.i Wm Vdudt. Mr.s. JoJia Krue i-turntd from West Union Thursday where .^he ha.i si-.-nl tlie pa-st. ii.onth with Mr. and Mrs Waiter Dullard and the new dau;;: ti-r Mary ThomaMiie. Mr. and Mr.:,. Tom Mill r of Roval. Io-Aa. u. n. u Mi.,. Irene Koonev >•>•- c-.-ntly. liml ,11.d Billie Houii'-v. wlm to th.-re. Beautiful Table Lamps only $1.19 Heavy grade, first quality felt base rugs 9x12, only $7.19 Cut Prices on every Living Room, Dining Room and Bed Room Suite in the Store. I 60 New Mohawk Axminiaters, VelveU and Wiltons at g Lowest Prices we have ever quoted. _ See them—Buy now | Richardson's Furniture Company I "WHERE FURNITURE SELLS FOR LESS" C> . 000000:0:00:000,000000:0000000000000^^^ 20 DAYS Extension on Old Prices on SUITS and OVERCOATS to meet pay date of corn-hog checks and to allow our patrons to "Get Auction Money" now. Select a suit or overcoat at the old price, which will mean substantial savings. Get Auction Money now. Pay When Hog Checks Come Suits until Sept. 20 at $15.00, $18.50, $24.50 Overcoats $14.50 and $18.50 Last Market on Overalls Boy» at 49c Men* at 89c - *• •—— School Pants Zipper Jackets j l..Ki . |jt-nt tl;i- U.L -I f.V J Wi: i-d l Willia l!.- if and He!--n (Jim r went 1 :... b,i' :: (i,;-, .:11- ! !.' 0:1 t iiei k i-;..j. H.ui y »>!;•.. • Misbach Clothing Company Algona, Iowa. g :'^Av.o,a.o£LQAC*^^^^

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