The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 13, 1934 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 13, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 13,1934 ST.JOEPUPIISGO TO HIGH SCHOOL / St. Cecelia's and LiTermore Draw Ninth Grade Graduates This Fall St. Joe: Clarence and Alvln Erneld- ing who finished the ninth grade work here last year, arc attendinR St. Cecelia's academy at Algona this Tear: Alfred Bormann and Irwin Weydsrt. other students here last year, are attending Llvermore high school this year. Irwin is staying at the Tom Deyine home who recently moved to Livermore so that their two sons. Robert and Jolin might attend high school there. John Richard Capesius, son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Cauesius is attending St. Cecelia's academy. Sister M. Claudia returned Monday after several weeks at the Port Dodge Mercy hosDital. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Redin* and family attended the Garman familv leun- lon Sunday at Mankato. Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hammer and sons spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Victor Hammer at their home near Irv- Ington. 1 • t Emma Becker, Nicholas Becker and Eugene Thul drove to Pocahontas on Sunday evening to visit with Sister M. Georg*ne. Regina Thilges returned to her home at West Bend the latter Dart of the week after several weeks at the John 'Herte home. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Becker and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kirsch were business visitors in Mason City and Manly Thursday. Mrs, Joseph Thilges and Mrs. Will Thilstes enjoyed a visit with their mother, Mrs. Elerlnger from Soringbrook the past week. Mrs. Ted Watmer returned from the Port Dodge Mercy hospital on Wednesday. She Is stay in* at the home of her parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. George I/enertz for some time. Martin McGufe-e. flradlnK contractor of this vicinity, who has had his crew working near Rockwell City, completed the work there last week. His next Job la near Spirit Lake. Mr and Mrs. Clarence Kramer, Mr. and Mrs. James Becker and daughter Annette and Amanda Thul returned home Wednesday evening from a week's visit at Owattonna and Claremont, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Demonic Mattes and children and nephew from Coon Rapids spent Tuesday and Wednesday at the Thomas Becker home. Mr. Mattes and Mr. Becker were school mates at Conception, Missouri. Ralph Redlmt is the possessor of a new Plymouth, coach purchased at Soencer last week Wednesday. Joseph Thilges purchased a new Chevrolet sedan at Fort Dodge Monday. Harold Frlderes purchased a Chevrolet coach last week. Mrs. J. B. McNelll and daughter, Jean, went to Huntley. Minn.. Sunday to assist wtth the work at her parental home during the absence of her mother. Mrs. J. K. Sheplee who was the subject of a major operation at a Fairmont hospital. Word has been received bv relatives here fjom Sister M. Maruerite that she is teaching a school of neoroes in jacteorTMississippi. A ™» S^ 1 *?* year of teaching and she will be re- SSSSFJIS. •££&££$£:. Mrs. Paul Thilges, Alvln Faber. Melvln Faber and Florence Schaller returned Monday evenlnsr of last week from a two weeks stay in Chicago. Wisconsin. Dubuaue and New Hampton, where they attended the Onturv of Progress and visited relatives and friends. _ Loretta Winkel Joins Neville Store Staff Union: Miss Loretta Winkel of Tampa Florida, has been visiting h«r parents Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Winkel for the past two weeks. While here she accepted a position with the NevllV- store as saleslady in the hosiery department. Miss Winkel is familiar with this work, having held a similar position. WEK£ HINC£D UPPER AND LOW£R. PLATES &r A STRONG SPRING WHICH OCCASIONALLY OP£N£D W/D£AND " J SLAB /NTHE TXiNITYCHURCH'rArt£> A 7T1EHEAOOF W4U ST>KY.READS OM&J77 T&MPLE. BUT CHARLOTTE TEMPLE WAS A GK&ATIOM OF FICTION, AND THE SLA & IS OVER. AN IMAGINARY GRAVE. FORMER PLUM CREEK FOLKS WERE NEARLY DROWNED Will and Bertha Albright Have Narrow Escape Rescuing Man South Plum creek: Will nnd Bertha Albright, formerly of Plum Creek township but now living in Florida had a nnrrow escape from drowning one day last week. They went to Vera Beach to spend the day and wenl swimming in the ocean and wont out to the marked lifeguards. A fence marked the danger line In the ocean and Bertha saw a man drowning on the other side of the fence. She swam over to rescue him and Will saw them both going under and he went to help them and succeeded In pulling them both out out. Bertha was unconsclou. and It took much effort to bring he back to consclouness. That made them late returning home and on the way n touring car coming at a tremendou speed with five passengers went, int the ditch as it met them. One man Jumped clear of the car and the othe four were pinned beneath. It was up to Will and Bertha to get the car off of them and they found the men badly crushed dnd mangled. They helped the men to load themselves in the car and took them to the nearest hospital. Two of the men were unconscious and the other two were suffering terribly. TWO WESLEY SISTERS ARE BRIDES The Man About Town Says for the organization of a city basketball league baa drawn considerable attention and may later develop Into a reality Jf enough interest Is shown. It is a splendid recreation for the long winter nights and a city of this size contains the calibre of players to make it worthwhile. • • • A waiter at the States took an order from a customer for a steak and seeking further asked, "How do you want your steak?" of course thinking aboui rare, medium or -well done. "I want It l n a a quick hurry, I'm hungry,' came a surly reply. • • • Jess Blanchard of Lone Bock has majored In baseball t° the degree o perfectness. HD can and has called strikes and balls accurately on a bat ter from a bench near first base. 4-H Baby Beef We bought a 4-H club steer at the Kossuth county fair. We dressed him and have him in our cooler. He dressed 63 per cent meat and fat. We wil< put this beef on sale Tuesday, Sept. 18. We are not going to profiteer on Uiis beef as prices indicate. Leave your order for some of this choice beef. Steaks, per Ib. __30-35c Roast, per Ib. __25c-30c Pot Boast, Ib. __20-25c Rib Boil, per Ib. —12y 2 c Suet, per Ib. 3c We have several orders now so book yours right away to get the cuts you want before it's "oo late. Complete line of meats at our regular prices. Specials Corn Flakes, Ige size. 2 for I 9c I Soda Crackers, 2 Ib. box 19c Cookiea, 2 doz. 12c Corn Starch, 2 pkgs. 17c Fig Bars, 2 Ibs. 21c Oval Sardines 2 ens 19c — Complete line of fresh Fruits and Vegetables Top 'Price for Eggs H.R.Sorensen&Co. The boys at the Swift plant paint <ed a sign which read "She Belongs t Me." and signed It-. Dane. It was placed over the desk where one of th girls work. The sign was fitting be cause Dane Zlttritsch spends his ev enings, seven of them a week, in com pany of the little lady. And he walks to and from her home a distance of three miles, a mile and a half each way rain or shine. • » • It Isn't all fun these vacation trips to the lakes whether nshlng or otherwise. Two Algona men will long remember their 1934 outing. John Haggard suffered a broken leg while at the lake on his honeymoon which took the better part of the summer mending. John Dutton took his family to northern Minnesota early in the spring for a fishing trip and was laid up all summer with blood poisoning. Each man is around again in fine condition but remember it isn't all fun. • • • The coal dealers are having their inning again filling up basements to the merry tune of the caih register Another tune Is being played by tht lumps of coal rolling down to the cellars via the tin chute route. This tune is not so good and what a blessing when the neighbors are all filled so hat one sleeping late in the morning ,aii snore unmolested. • * • Phil Koh"haas' system contains some atent musical powers that are com ing to the fore. Phil recently was he leader of the Letts Creek band at one of the weekly concerts. N doubt Joe Bloom could use him in his Little German band where Phil's ta lent would blend easily into that kin of rhythm. •Brine them back alive" is a wet known line. There is a new one—las but not yet famous—"Bring him her and I'll arrest him." Wesley: Miss Adah Simpson and Arthur Larson stole a- march on their rlends Sunday evening, September 2, and drove to Britt where they were married at the Free church parsonage jy the Rev. B. E. Bemtsen, following he annual fall festival services held n the local church that day. Miss Simpson is the oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carson Simpson and lor a number of years has been employed In various homes getting well versed In the art of home making for which she Is very ably prepared. They were accompanied by her sister. Miss Luella. Simpson and Anton Pearson. Following the ceremony they retired to the bride's home where they re malned until Monday evening when a wedding supper was enjoyed togethe- with the members of the two families They left Wednesday morning on i two weeks wedding trip which wil take them for a visit to relatives a Ottumwa, Milton, Selma, and Keosau qua and upon their return home wil make their home with the bridegroom', mother, Mrs. Lena Larson, Miss Luella Simpson, second daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Carson Simpson became the bride of Anton Pearson youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Swai Pearson at the Free church parsonag in Britt Wednesday morning, Septem ber 12, at ten o'clock, with the Bev utrl i*» **" *"•** ** *•*»**••-1 •• i R E. Berntsen performing the ceremony. They were accompanied by her brother, Stanley Simpson and Miss Grace Johnson. Following the ceremony they returned to the brides home where a wedding dinner was in waiting for the bridal party and the earson and Simpson families. They ave gone on a wedding trip to visit •latlves at Owatonna, Milton, Selma nd Keosauqua. Upon their return hey will make their home with his arents on a larm six miles northwest Mrs. Eva Gardner Is visiting at the ome of her daughter, Mrs. Chester Jallev In Union township. Mrs. Oard- er is making her home with her aughter, Mrs. Hugh Ranev and has rented her home In Algona. Friends in this vicinity will be sorry to hear that Lafe Griffin, a pa- ient at the Kossuth hospital is noi progressing as rapidly as had been mtlcipated from a stroke he had re cently. However, Mrs. Henry Schepp man is much improved from her re cent operation of last week. Miss Marguerite Skilllng. eldes daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hal Skill ng. began teaching last Monday a Hayfleld. on Monday Mr. Skilllne de parted for Cedar Falls with his daueh ter, Roberta, and Ruth Black. Roberta will enroll In the department of public school music and Ruth In liberal arts. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Quderlan and Mr. and Mrs. George Beuffham were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Bockes. Mrs. Guderian and Mr. Bockes are brother and sister. Last Saturday and Sunday Miss Dorothy Schultz and Kenneth Lhrbrw visited at Ames with the Leo Hansons. Mrs. Hanson Is Kenneth's sister. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lyons. Mr. and Mrs. Ncla Hanson of Ames ana Mrs Marie Scuffham and .son, Jimmie left last Sundav to visit Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lyons of Parkers Prairie. Minn. The Lyons familv formerly lived at Ames but two years ago moved to Minn. On their return trip the oartv brought Inez Lvons. nere 12. to Fnir- bault Minn., where she is attending n school for the blind. Her sight is Partially gone. Thev all returned to their homes on Thursday evening. WSjXSXXyMXQ^^ UNION NEWS S Henry Albright »«ad In N. D. Word came here from Deering, North Dakota, last week that Henry Albright passed away last week Wednesday. He had been ill for several years with anemia and other complication and his death! was n<Jt unexpected. He was a brother of Ferd and C. B. Albright and used to live 'n Plum Orcek township. Mr Oxley had a difficult Job on hand' last week one night trying to find the buyer of a truck and trailer oad of cattle, a truckman was trying to deliver to the buyer from a sale at Fort Dodge. He arrived late with the cattle and could not locate the myer. Mr. Oxlpy was trying his best to help htm but we did not hear of he final outcome. John nnd Ival Gross dug and marketed their potato crop last week. Ivsl will now operate the Carl Albright ensilage cutter In silo ruling this sea- n. H. Elscheld had corn shelled and marketed four thousand bushels the fore part of this week. Plum Creek Show* Shire Horses at Clay County Fair Plum Crwk: Howard 5"Pley Is nt the Clay Co\mty Fair in Snencer this wefk exhibiting his bu"irr Clmide'A Shlrc horses. Claude has won a number of firsts at. both the Iowa Stat-9 and Kossuth County Fairs this year. Miss Evelyn Bode Is teaching this year in the Rlngsted public school. Mrs. Anna Drone of Alwona Is spending some time at the W. A Blelch home. Both the Wayne and Stanley Keith farrilies nre driving now Ford V-8 cars purchased recentlv. Mr nnd Mrs. Roscoe Mftwdslev and Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Picknrd were visitors at. the West Bend grotto Sun- dnv. Miss Ruth Robison of Union town ship who teaches District No. 3 school is staying at the Harvey Johnson K me. The Clinton Sampson familv turncd recently from a trip to Wisconsin, where they visited Mrs. Sampson's relatives. Wayne and Merlin Altweea exhibited their herd of Shetland ponies at the county fair and brought home the usual number of ribbons. The Algona Baptist Ladies Aid will meet on Thursday, Sept. 13th at thei home of Mrs. T. R. Placard. Assisting hostesses arc Mrs. Clinton Sampson, Mrs. John Wheelock and Mrs. Barton. Friends hero will be Interested to hear of the new daughter born Aueust iris are enrolled in the Iowa B«KI- v school. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Drager and Eujrene drove to Des Moines n Thursday taking the jrtrls back to heir work. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hofer and fam- lv of Goodfll and the Harry McCorke family of Algona were Sunday af- ernoon visitors at the Elmer .Tasrjer- on home. Orlo Ball, brother of Mrs. lasperson and family cf Clear Lake were also visitors at the Jasoerson home. bHngintt over the elder Mrs, Ball from Nora Springs, who will ••pent this wee-c st her daughter's lome. Visit Night Club Nick Maxwell and a party of friend* from Fort Dodge drove up here Saturday evening to visit. They also enjoyed themselves at the Algona Hotel Night Club. Read The Want Ads—It Pays. ne«r ui mi? new u»un»**"~» •*«•-- —— — 31st to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Goetz near Wesley. Mrs. Goetz was the former Marlorie Sparks. Thev have two other children, Blllv and Joan. A son was born August 28th to Mis. Clifford Young at the home of her mother, Mrs. John Kaln. The Youngs liv.'. at Joliet. Illinois, where Mr. Young operates a filling station. Thev have one other child, a little girl. The new boy has been named Bruce Oaden. The Misses Mildred and Isabel Kaln and Irene Drager came from Des Moines for a few days' visit last, week at their respective homes here, me C. S. Johnson For ; Furnace Pipes Stove pipe-elbows -21c Coal Pails 49c Stove Boards __69c up • Wood heaters _$3.66 up I Lanterns 98c-$1.35 10 Ib. Axle Grease -69c Lamp Chimneys 9e Clot lies Baskets 69c Iron Board __-1.95-2.69 Plow singletrees —43c 4 tine forks 97c Dust. Mops 45c No. 10 Peaches 39c Bed Cherries 49c Blk. Raspberries 69c White Cherries 63c •I No. 10 cans Catsup _79c I How to Enjoy It Phones 138-139 We Deliver Popular Whittemore Boy Resigns to Study Law Whittemore Champion: The many friends of George Carmody will be sorry to learn that he has resigned his position as postal clerk with the local posuaaice. Mr. Carmody has been a loyal and courteous employee of that iustiiution fur nine years and enjoys the rtspect of the entire community for his courteous and efficient service. Mr. Cariuody will go to Chicago about. UK- middle of September where he will enter the DePauw University for the purpose of studying law. The best wishes of the people of Whittemore and community go with him. His fa- th-.r. Mayor Thoiufet> Oimuod*, will ai the po&toffice in the future. a.i v 1110 u*i M> ,»....--.-..— — f town. Mr. Pearson has been farm- ng with his father where he will con- inue to be employed. FWmer Irvington Resident Passes at Edmonton, Canada Irvlnston: News was received here recentlv of the death of Mrs. James Sutterfield now residing in Canaan but former residents of Irvinirton. It was in the early 90's that Mr. nnd Mrs Satttrneld lived on the RutU'rtta- acreage at the foot of the Irvinstoi. lill After a short residence here tne\ moved to AlBona and later to Canada After a short illness of oolv six- Ue'n days Mrs. Sattertteld pasted aw- av Besides Mr. SatterHeld she leaves one son, Leo, to mourn her loss. Mrs. Henry Schepoman is recuperating from an operation performed lust Thursday. Miss Vivian Miller and Ernest Eeel were Saturday and Sunday visitors at the Chas. Escel home. Ralph and Loren Brown erected silos last week on the Henrv Scheooman and Louise Thompson farms. Word was received here last week that Bessie Shackleford Criuer was critically ill at Marshalltown. The Aid society will meet this Thursday at the Annex with Mrs. J. M. cox and Mrs. Ear! Miller as hostesses. Jim Crosby of Whittemore and Zaiit Dodds of the Good Hope iv.ighbor- hood visited last Saturday with tru-ir Iriend, Joe Lage. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cox and Mr and Mrs. Earl Miller and fanulv yu.Uj.-d Suwiav at Austin. Minn., wit a the Charles Cox familv. On Friday morning Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brown accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Don Stil-.s left for u K-w (-«" visit at the Worlds Fair. Mr and Mrs. Will Pari'-ns of Bel- inond and Mrs. Rachatl Shai.-Kicioiu of Aliicnii Sundav uuc-ots 01 RII. and Mrs. Morris Parsons. Mrs. Tom Chilton has lx- n conlin- vd to her bed and is uiicu-r• ol a uhvsidan. She has been suiui"'i- with high blood Brt^-ui-t. The MUA s Euiucx- Thuiiipouii. Anna Rajuus accompanied bv (.1 «ui WUdin and Merrill P*^!* Id ^' .^ last Wednesday from Chicago *['<-£. they had spt-ut a week, at UK WOJLUJ Pair. The small sons of Nick Krleps and Louis Bode are beginners at the academy. Maxine Kearns. daughter of Mr. am Mrs. Eldon Kearns is a freshman in the Algona high school. Hazel Jenkinson, daughter of Glen jenkinson is a freshman In the Algona high school. She will stuy with her grandmother, Mrs. J. P. Schoby. Mrs. Ralph Jones of Des Moines is here visiting her father, Herman Dau. Mr Duu Is in an Algona hospital suffering from a blood clot in his loot. You will cook better with a MONARCH. And you will also nnd a real pleasure in working with tills beautiful, gleaming enamel range, that is so easy to keep spotlessly clean. Of course, mere attractive appearance Is not the thing that makes the MONARCH such a perfect baker. Rather, its thnt honest, rigid construction underneath Uie enamel body- unbreakable mall able Iron, permanently tight, riveted Jo nts, and ru-st protected, insulated 4-ply walls. That is what makes the MONARCH easy to control and maintain the /"me dc>- r> ndable service and fuel economy throughout it lotig. useful life Remembc-r, some old ranges are frightfully extravagant of fuel Perhaps it will be true economy to change now to a fine new MONARCH, though your old range may seem good enough to last another year. Kohlhaas & Spilles ?gftOfto>M(ftoo:ooo:o>x>ooooaoo^o ffjW^WJUW^^ Fall Furniture Values Living Room Suites 59.50 & UP \ve havi shown H-IIU-C(- combination Walnut Dining Suite 69-50 at only Bed Room Suites with a real .snap, both in M.vK- 49 Cft IIP and i,ri,.<- .^.DU UF (K) line Mohawk Rugs Velvets, Axininistcrs & Wilton.s. I'riccd to sell, lli-ii tfradr Wilton, Armstrong's leum and Rugs The old reliable line with hundreds of patterns to choose from. Special —This week, a heavv tmide guaranteed ru«. at 6.75 A bijj new fall line Fine Pictures Just in. an ideal {ii 98c to 6.00 Set- «»iir Hiji New 1 "f Bedding inner spring mattresses are the best investment ever pill into the home. V«. n'll lind the one you want here. lvc"j,nlar -$1.50 Nappanee Card Table Special o 11! v S2: RICHARDSON'S Furniture Company — •, f* .11.- *i*n ^~. -.» T f\L*c*) * "Where Furniture Sells For Less" wuere ruiuituic •jt-1'..j j. v* ~—~~~ ^.^^^^^.^^ ww

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