The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 6, 1934 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 6, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, .Algona, lomi, Sept. 6,1934 WM. BRUMMOND, MRS. J. O'CONNOR i- DEAD AT LUVERNE LuVerne: Mrs. Joseph O'Connor, 75 years, Who has been ill the past five years, passed away at her home on Thursday, she leaves to mourn her husband. Funeral services were held from the home Saturday afternoon with Rev. Whlttenberg officiating. Interment was made in the LuVerne cemetery. LnVerae Pioneer Dies William Brummond, 89 years of age, passed away at his home Friday at 6 o'clock after three weeks' Illness. Mr. Brummond was born In Prussia, Oer- many, and came to America when 13 years old. He was an early settler In LuVerne and for many years operated a lumber yard here. He leaves to mourn three daughters, Mrs. Ella Woito and Mrs. Laura Wolto of Lu- Verne and Matie Keher of Boise, Idaho, and one brother, Charles Brummond of Washburn, North Datriotta. Funeral services were held In the Evangelical church Monday at two o'clock with R?v. David Lang officiating. Interment was made In the LuVerne cemetery. Those from out of town attending the funeral services were Chas. Brummond, of Washburn, North Dakota, Mr. and Mrs. H. Brummond, Mr. and Mrs. Will Brummond of Kanawha. Ernest Brummond of Corwlth, Mrs. George Hof and son, Lawrence Hof of Cedar Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Ross of Humboldt and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Woito of West Bend. Clarence Tlede has gone to Bloom- Ington, HI., for a visit with relatives. Miss Anna Wolto visited for several days last week with relatives In State Center. Mrs. Thomas Worby, who Is at the home of her son, Milton Worby, Is very ill at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Meyers of North Dakota Is visiting at the home of his son, Ed Meyer. Billy Chapman and Carol Meyer went to the hospital Friday and had their tonsils removed. Miss Minnie Dingier of West Concord, Minnesota, visited here last week with the Lichty families. Mrs. August Pergande, Jr., underwent a major operation at the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge Thursday. Miss Louise Coleman of Waterloo, came Saturday for a visit with her mother, Mrs. Carrie Coleman and brother. Editor Coleman. Mrs. Blanche Montgomery and son of Philadelphia are visiting at tire 1 home of her sister, Mrs. Frank Smith and other relatives. Dr. and Mrs. Corbln left Saturday for three weeks fishing In northern Minnesota. Dr. Rolfs, of Apllngton, Is here to take Dr. Corbln's place. Darlene Godfrey returned Friday to her home In Fort Dodge after several days' visit at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Godfrey. Mr. and Mrs. Ous Baessler and son, Mrs Elsie Steuasy. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hanselman and Wm. Rlstau went to Uvermore Thursday evening to attend a birthday party for their brother. Henry Riatau, at his home. Miss Marie Frltxemeier left Saturday for Wausau, Wisconsin, where ahe will teach kindergarten. Miss Esther Fritzemeler left Monday for Lena, HI., whert she will teach. Miss Dolores Woito will teach again at Onawa. Milton Wolto Is again coach at West Bend and Miss EUJa Tlede will teach again in a school at Detroit. Miss Elale. Hunt will teach this year In the Hunt School. Wayne Lang will enter as a freshman In Western Union C»Uege at LeMars. School began Monday with Alexander Evans as superintendent. The teachers this year ar? in the primary room. Miss Esther Dearths of Algona. third and fourth grades, Miss Miriam Troutman of Woodward, fifth and sixth- Miss Ruth Smith of Manly, seventh and eighth; Miss Viola Bishop of Algona, ninth, tenth, eleventh and twelfth. Miss Margaret Van Paton of Ames. Miss Corrine Jackman of Cylinder, WlUard Langerak of Pella and Frtd Graham of Pella. Algona Boy Win* Praise a* a Wood Carver Tltonka Topic: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ward and family of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson and son, Gordon of Lone Rock were guests at the Roy Budlong home Sunday. Curtis Ward, twelve year old son of the Harry Wards, has distinguished himself by the models of ships and airplanes he has carved and fashioned of wood. A couple of w«efcs ago hfc; picture with his ship was shown In the DCS Moines Sunday Rr. gutter. Hts models are all built to icale and are excellent reproductions. Pocahontas Airport Dedication Sunday The new airport at Pocahontas will be dedicated next Sunday, September 9. Lieutenant Governor Kraschel and W. B. Swaney of Fort Dodge, member of the Iowa Aviation Commission will make the principal addresses. This airport was completed only recently and it is expected that the dedication will be made a great occasion. The air show will include air races, acro- baUc flying, parachute jump and radio-controlled flying. Upside down flying as well as all of the stunts known, ribbon cutting, an aerial bombing of an automobile, spot landing contests, balloon busting and a 5,000 foot parachute leap. Some of the state's leading pilots are expected to take part in the show, among them our own John Hauptmann of Wesley, who Is rated among the best flyers in Iowa. HTTTEMOBE NEWS Ruth Ann Smith left Tuesday morning for St. Mary's hospital at Rochester to take a nurses' training course. Mrs. oeorg* Dunn, sons Maynard and Jerry of Algona, spent from Thursday until Saturday with friends here. Hlldred Elbert and a girl friend of Mason City spent Sunday with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Elbert. Frank Bestenlehner arrived home on Tuesday morning after spending a few days with his sister, Mrs. John Strain at Museatine. Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Laubenthal and Mrs. Peter Dahlhauser, Sr., of Emmetsburg visited Mr. and Mrs. Mike Thui Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Qulnn of Arcadia, and Mrs. Bridget Qulnn of Rockwell City visited Ed Burke and Ella Sunday atfemoon. Mr And Mrs. Harry Ctoleta of Mason City spent Sunday with their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Oliver. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Parrel! and family visited Mrs. Farrell's parent*, Mr. and Mrs. Korleskl at Emmetsburg Saturday evening. Bernice Ludwig and Marjorle Elbert who attend Pitzie Beauty Culture School at Waterloo spent Sunday at their respective homes. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Etoele, Frank and Alice Elsele and Luella Blsenlus were Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bode at Corwlth. A number of relatives and friends surprised Lloyd Elbert Sunday evening at a farewell party. Lloyd leaves Sept. 10 for school at Milwaukee. Mrs. Peter Schumacher arrived home Friday evening after having ac- companied her mother to Rochester, where she went through the clinic. Mr. and Mrs. O. i>. Cavanaugh left Saturday morning for Minneapolis. They will also attend the Century of Progress at Chicago before returning; home. Mrs. M. 0. Weir and daughter Patricia accompanied Lucille O'Brien to Rockwell City Wednesday to visit relatives and also attend Father Qulnn's picnic. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Collins and baby of Kansas City, Missouri, visited the latter'* parents and other relatives last week. Mrs. Collins was formerly Myrtle Alrhart. William, Helen and Harvey Oliver went to Waseca, Minn., Sunday afternoon to attend the wedding of Mildred McDonough which took place on Monday morning. weeks with the Utters parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Cullen. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Waldschmldt and family and Helen Dahlhauser spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Tony Waechter and Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Dahlhauser at Pioneer. Ed Cullen, Bob Flnnell and Marcella Cullen went to Rochester, Minn., Tuesday morning where Marcella entered St. Mary's hospital to take a course in nurse*' training. Mrs. J. S. Cullen, John, Jr., Marcella Cullen and Joyce McTlgue of Emmetsburg spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Steve Cote at Cedar Falls. Mrs. Cole was formerly Kathleen Cullen. Ray L. Burdlne, who opened the Kossuth Theater here a week ago on Saturday night Is well satisfied with the crowds he is getting. He Is having good pictures and the machine works nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Renters and family Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Alrtiart and left Friday morning for their home at George and Roman Mae and Mrs. B. Detroit, after spending the past two I A. Savage were at Boone Thursday attending the mnewa of Wtt. Day. Mr. Day had lived here, ww«n* to the pool ban with George AMwrt. Mr. and Mrs. Will Kelly went to Des Moines Friday and were accompanied home by their daughter, Ouin- evere, who is taking a course at the lows Beauty Culture School. Guinevere returned to her work Monday. Billy Higgins, Frances Bestenlehner. Leon Kaschmitter, Erwin Koehnecke arrived home Thursday from O. M. T. O. at Fort DCS Moines. Billy Hig- glns will leave Sept. 17 to attend the creighton University at Omaha. The other boys are enrolled in high school here* John Mosbach, Harold McDonnell and Mae Higtey went to Iowa City on Friday and returned Saturday accompanied by Mrs. Sadie Leeney and Norma who will visit here this week. Norma will dance every night at the fair and Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the Call Theatre at Algona. Read The Want Ads—It Fays. LOTTS CREEK NEWS g Mi'a. HUIUI Faul.s: it'h vbiU'd at t honu' (,i A-u-r, Mrs. Einil lin-r.-tt- at FI 'iituu Wednesday. On Sui.riiiy German communion will lit' i eli bruit d at 10 a. in. Announc- . mi-nth will be leci-ivid on Friday even- in,;. 'Jin.- jlcv. FI..-IU- finally entertained Mlob Minin-- Cualu and Mlj., Muri/jitt Vinar.-j of Algoliu at ..uiipiT Sunday evening. Ml.\i Ik-rtha Kui.nne wh.j ia i!i,p:u>'-U a: t'eat .n and ML-.i Lureitd Meyer. who ib i-injjhjjid at Algona li-iitd with re- liitu.a on Sunday. Lotls Creek won the ball gaa.e with Algoiia, lu.jl Wedn aiiay by a .-.COIL- oi 10 to 4 On Sunday Lot la CiXek v.a.s defeated by Ihu buuit- Uaiu \viln a icore of 5 to 0. Esther Sthmi. 1 re-entered the AU'U- n.i ichovl for ixtit giadualc u urk 'i Monday. She will take a course in shorthand and typing alter luivmg been graduated last. May . Mrs. Ed K.rc^>iu ietu/n«.-d oii Fii- duy evening from Chicaijo alter attending the Workis lair with her brother and his wife, Mr. and Mr.j. Ku- dolpli Weiu^paiin of Feiiton. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. FueiUenua entertain- d the following at diiuier on Sunday'.' Mr and Mfi. Ei'iitit Peterson aud funuly a-ud MU> Mary K-tdiii ol Pao.i- dciia. California, the Kmil Laalx, laui- Uy. l he Alvx H-iUiji family and Arthur Brought fi\ our Door F ROM the seven corners of the world come the necessities of life. And modern transportation not only speeds them to your local merchant, but gives to the small towns and big cities alike and simultaneously, the merchandise of the hour. . . . The fall season is now upon us. The dollar purchases more if you spend it wisely by shopping through the advertisements in this paper Are you taking advantage of bargain prices, of the flux of worthwhile merchandise on the retailer's tables? Every week in this newspaper you will find evidence of this supremely helpful condition . . . The advertisements of the shops and stores are rich in geunine bargains. There is thrilling news in every ad, to those oppressed by strained pocketbooks. For you can shop in a dozen shops -with a ten dollar bill. Watch this newspaper for the sales. Every week you will find them. And to the merchants, we wish to state that now is the time to make printers' ink pay a maximum ret urn. The public is keyed up to expect bargains. You have bargains—tell the public about them. 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