The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 30, 1934 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 30, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 30,1934 NEW YORK NURSE VISITS OLD HOME AT LUVERNE (Crowded Out Last Week) LuVerne: Miss Dorothea Marty who has been nursing in a hospital in New York, came Saturday for three days' visit with her grandmother, Mrs. Catherine Marty and other relatives. She left the first part of this week for Philadelphia, where she will visit a lew days before returning to her work In New York. and will move here soon from Eaele Grove. Next spring they plan to move onto the Goetsch farm west of Lu- Verrp?. The Progressive, Tuesday and J. J. clubs are sponsoring a play "Miss Prosperity on Parade," to be given next Saturday evening in the school gymnasium. Miss Welcher of Moines is directing the play. DCS Return Swim Meet A return swimming meet with Estherville will be held at 7 p. m., Sunday, in the Estlierville pool, Perry White, local lifeguard, states. Algona won the fir.'-t meet. Mr. and Mrs. Fay Nivcr and family moved Monday to Omaha. Mr .and Mrs. Ernest Grieble of Ben- Wick visited friends here Sunday. Tony Ketney of Des Moines was a business caller in LuVerne Friday. Mrs. Jutte and daughter .Anna of Webster city spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Burtis. Dr. and Mrs. Corbln visited his parents in Norway several days last week. Mrs. Louise Nlssen of Whlttemore Is visiting her sister, Mrs. John Voss. Supt. and Mrs .Alexander Evans have returned home from their summer vacation. Mrs. Wm. Baddeley and children visited friends from Tuesday until Thursday in Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson of Ledyard visited Wednesday with relatives in LuVerne. J. F. Boyd of Ontario, California, Is Visiting here with the Misses Lottie and Jennie Mason. Mrs. Alexander, Marvel and Evelyn and Everett visited the Worlds Fair In Chicago last week. Mrs. Art Trauger of AJgona and Guy Trauger of Minnesota visited relatives in LuVerne Wednesday. G. N. Grant of Brainerd, Minn., visited a few days last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lichty and their daughters, Ruth and Phyllis visited on Sunday at the Frank Thorpe home In Algona. Mrs. H. E. Peitzke received word on Saturday of the death of her sister's husband, T. J. Norton, 11 years old, In Raymond, South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Mason, Misses Lottie and Jennie Mason spent Sunday with their brother and family. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mason at Clarion. Mr. and Mrs. .W. L. Mason of Lew- Iston, Idaho, came Saturday for a vis- It with his sisters, Misses Lottie and Jennie Mason and other relatives and friends. Miss Armintha Johnson entertained several friends In honor of her 16th bhtthdav Monday afternoon. At the close of a very pleasant afternoon refreshments were served. Erna Eustace entertained several of her little girl friends Thursday afternoon in honor of her birthday. The afternoon was spent playing games, At the close refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goetsch have rented the Charles Patterson residence WHITTEMORE NEWS &&&ty&«®i3&G^^ Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Weber, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Weber of Elkton, South Dakota and Mrs. Weber of Potosl, Wisconsin, spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Derner. M. K. Cullen of Mason City sprnt Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. C'ullen. Mrs. Cullen and children who had spent the week here, returned to their home with him. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Geelan and son. Jimmy, went to Fort Dodge Friday evening and were accompanied home by Mrs. Geelan's mother, Mrs. P. J. Schiltz, who will visit for a time. Blllle Littleton of Carroll, Nebraska, who has been employed by Jim Kelso this summer, returned home Monday. He accompanied Joe Fabcr to Sioux City, who was trucking cattle there. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Conlon, Mrs. F. E. Hand of Emmetsburg and Mrs. p. J. O'Connor of Glendive, Montana, visited Mr. and Mrs. Phil Cullen Sunday. Mrs. O'Connor remained for a longer visit. Tommy Rochford, who has spent the summer with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Rochford at New Hampton, returned to his home. His parents went down for a few days' visit and he returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Braatz and family and Mr. and Mrs. Werner Braatz find family w-snt to Ruthven Sunday and family went to Ruthven Sunday and were accompanied home by Frieda will visit her flriend, Johnson, who Laura Braatz. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Reniers and fam- The Annisea Return to Miles City, Mont. (Crowded Out Last Week) Good Hope: Mrs. Kate Annis and daughter, Beth, left for Miles City, Montana, Tuesday, the latter to assume the duties of the new school year. It has been a jrrcat nV'-.sure to h:\vo the Annises in the community this summer and they will bo missed by their many friends. The James Knolls wero dinner guests at Good Hope parsonage Sunday. R. W. Sinclair of Garner was a caller at the Good Hcpe parsonage last Friday. Winifred and Margaret Plumb of Sexton were, guests Saturday and Sunday at the Glen Jenkinson home. Mabel Noone of Livermore is working at the W. J. Bourne home during several weeks of heavy seasonal work. Alto Albright, of Des Moines, visited the post two weeks at the home of h:r parents, the Ferd Albrights In Good Hope. The Erwin Turners, Ralph Albrights of &;xton and Kenneth Cook of Al- "ona were guests at the Ferd Albright home Sunday. The E. L. and the Lewis Broesders went to Titonka Sunday to call on the George TJadens. Mrs. Tjaden, Mrs. E. L. Broesder's sister-in-law. Is critically ill. Joyce Mittag left this week for the W. C. Nelson home at the Grant con! solidated school. She will remain there .hrough the school year assisting Mrs. Nelson and attending school. Dr. Albert Rowland of Philadelphia, who has been visiting the Dr. M. G. Bournes in Algona the post several days was a guest with them for dinner at the W. J. Bourne home in Good Hope. The meeting of the Ladles' Aid which was to have been at the Mrs. Jake Smith home this week has been postponed to next week. The day will be announced at church service next Sunday. The Rev. and Mrs. Samuel Knorr and three daughters of Delmar, Iowa, visited last Wednesday and Thursday at the Ferd Albrights and the Erwin Turners. The Rev. Knorr Is a half-brother of Mrs. Albright. James and Maggie Turner of Boone have been guests the past week at the Mrs. Glen Jenkinson was hostess Inst Sunday to Mrs. Ethel Smith's Sunday School class. Dinner was served at noon. Those members present were Mrs. Smith, teacher, and Mildred Elmore. Trella Gardner. Joyce Mittag, Dorothy Reid, Florence Dodd.s. Jean Marie Sarchett. Winifred and Margaret Plumb, and Hazel and Margaret Jenkinson. The erection of the now bnrn at the E. L. Broesder farm, which was delay- c\l by non-arrival of materials and by thn heavy full work Is going ahead "n\v. E. L. and his son. William Are doing the framing themselves and it is now In place. As soon a.s threshing Is finished many of the neighbors are expecting to contribute their part in the doing of much of the simpler work. A party consisting of Mrs. Wm. Treptow and her over-Sunday guest?, Mrs. Burl Ellis and daughter, Patricia Ann. of Spirit Lake, and Mrs. Lizzie Hail of Vinton, and Mrs. John Moser, Mrs. John Rath and son. Lawrence of Lone Rock 1 , and Mrs. Will Rath and daughter, charkne, went to West Bend following church services Sufiday nnd participated In a picnic dinner and an inspection of the grotto. ily of Detroit, Michigan, arrived early Sunday morning for a two weeks' visit at the home of Mrs. Renter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Culkn. Marguerite Fleming, who had spent a week visit- Ing there, returned home with them. Mrs. Martin Duffy, Jr., and Frances Duffy of Whlttemore, Mrs. Ferdinand Montag of West Bend spent a few days at Lake OkoboJI last week. Saturday, Martin Duffy. Earl Connors and Ferdinand Montag went up and all returned home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fish were called to Balaton, Minnesota, Monday on account of the illness of their son. John who had gone there Friday to visit his aunt, Mrs. L. E. Towne. It was ar attack of appendicitis but luckily II passed by without an operation being necessary. Fred Fish, who had been visiting there since July, returned home with his parents. Read the Want Ads. BURT NEWS (Crowded Out Last Week) Miss Evelyn Toothman cnmp up from Alftonn nnd ssv.nt the first of the week with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Toothman. Miss narlene Stott accompanied her sister. Miss lola Stott of Algous to Chicago, where they are visiting the Worlds Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chri.'tensen nnd daughter spent Sunday at the home of JlnVs parents. Mr. and Mr,s. Hans Chrlstensen. Wcrd was received hero from Mrs. Tillie Dexter stating she is now at Waterloo visiting her daughter. Mrs. A. Anderson. Mrs. J. D.. .Graham nnd Mrs. Lillian Siglcr drove to Bnss Lake on Wcdes- day of last, week where they visited with friends. Mrs. Minnie Whltmus accompanied Miss Schmidt from Mason City to Lake Okobojl, where they spent. Saturday and Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Blerstodt wont to Des Moines Friday where thoy attended a Wntkin's convention Friday nnd Saturday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Ollom of St. Paul spent the week end here nt the Jim Ollen home. Mrs. R. D. Temple and daughter of Anaheim. California, Is visiting at the F. Krlethe homo. She is also visit- ng other friends. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. O. Isenbergrr nnd daughter have been visiting nt the William Turner home in Algona. Monday they visited at the Albert Reid home at Haifa. They w*re accompanied by Mrs. Frances Turner and daughters," Betty and Beverly Ann. H. W. POST Dray and Tranfer Storage of all kinds. Long distance hauling. Everj (oad Insured against loss or clam- ape. Equipped to do all kinds ol draylnp and hauling. 33-tf TENTH ANNUAL Cattle Sale At Public Auction at MANLY, Iowa, Thursday, Sept. 6 Sale Starts at Noon, Sharp 2000 Head of Cattle All good quality, well bred of beef type, consisting of Hereford steers and calves from 1250 Ibs. down, also Shorthorn steers and heifers from 700 Ibs. down. Sale to be held rain or shine. Manly is ten miles north of Mason City. TERMS—29;. discount for cash. 7 months time given responsible parties. Oswald Strand W. J. Murphy, C. M. Sheimo, J. R. Dorsey and Win. Potter, Auctioneers. N. W. Savings Bank, Mason City, Clerk. homo of their - c on, Burton in Defl Moines the past week. Mrs. Gertrude Thompson has been visit inn relatives In Minneapolis. She also vi.=tted a brother, Lewis Peterson nt Stnry, Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Thompson and daughters drove to S;ney to got Mrs. Thompson Sunday evening. We SpPclallr* In Automobile Liability Insurance Our Automobile Insurance Protects Von In rase Yon Get Hurt A MODERN AUTOMOBILE TRAVF.I, SERVICE Very reasonable rntes. Complete protection. Dwelling nnd Household Goods Insurance Ixing Haul Truckers and Cargo Insurance Iowa and Minnesota lopnl requirements (Special rntes). Fidelity Bonds—Surety Bonds—Beer Bonds Bonds written at our Algonn ofTice. Our Policy Writing Connexions and Company Contracts Permit Us to Write Your Insurance and Bonds at the Very Ixiwest Rates Consistent With Reliable Service. Brokerage Business Solicited I/oans—Krai EntaJtc— Rentals—Invest ments THE ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY Phone 55 c - R Office located on ground floor 1st door North of Iowa Stnbe Bank 29-tf Now Entering Upon Its 44th Year From a small beginning it hai grown to be one of the largest and best commercial schools in this country. Our courses of study are thorough and practical 5 our equipment is modern; our teachers men and women of culture and special fitness for their particular -work. W* occupy our own fire-proof building. OUR FALL TERM WILL OPEN I SEPTEMBER 3rd j rf TOTJ FLAN TO TAKE A COMMEKCIAli COURSE BEND FOB OUB FREE CATALOGUES MANKATO COMMERCIAL COLLEGE MANKATO. MINN. WVWWWVVWVWYVWVW^^ ,WVVUWVVWWWWWWWWWWV^ Serving Finer Quality Butters Our Business Grow Owned and Controlled by North Iowa Co-operative Creameries Distributors of Iowa State Brand Butter Sixty Selected Creameries of North Iowa Are Now Co-operating with the Program of This Organization The following 29 counties of Kossuth and neighboring counties—members of Section 6—are affiliated: »I , )in Fenton Palmer Ayrshire (Jrawttiuger KoltV Bode Hurt ( ,'rystal Lake Dolliver Knimetsbiirg Esther-vine llumboldt La kola Ledyard Lone Rock Lost Island Lotts Creek Mallard Ottosen Ruthven Spencer Swea City Tit oi ik a Wallinirford West Kend Wliitteiuore Growth . -Less than 150,000 pounds 4,197,067 pounds 5,460,456 pounds .__8,021,956 pounds 11,820,312 pounds 13,009,132 pounds 1927 28 1928-29 1929-30 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1933-34 14,040,072 pounds Dairymen—Cooperate with the Cream Quality Improvement Program carried on by the Iowa State College Dairy Extension Service. It is the improvement which our dairymen have made in the care of their cream which has made this splendid growth possible. Help Yourself ~ Produce Sweet Cream — Help Your Creamery Iowa State Brand Creameries. Inc. f^fjjjWHW^^ MASON CITY, IOWA VWWVArVWWWUWW^^

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