The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 4, 1934 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 4, 1934
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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, October 4,1934 Mr. »ftd Mrs. H. L. Hoenk are spend- in Chicago at the world's ing thto fair. Donnabelle Merron Mrs. Harold Sorcnsen returned Wednesday evening of last week after vis- ting a few weeks In Hutchison, Kanof Visited at the R. H. Miller home on Sunday. Miss Margaret Durant spent the fceek end in Des Moines on business : and with friends. V. H. Ooffin spent the first part of the week in Des MWres wtvre he vent on a-business trip. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Graines and family of Bancroft were guests of the L. J. Nelson family Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. Kruwtell of Jolley, Iowa, ware Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Lalng. Mrs. A. D. Stockwell, mother of Mrs. fivd Peterson, left for Sheldon Mon• day to take care of an Invalid lady. Mr. and Mra. Clyde Smith spent daughter, Evelyn, who is a freshman at the Iowa State Teachers College. Miss Margaret Elliojt of Des Moines was a guest over the week end -it the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Murtagh. Mrs. Henry Scheppman who was a patient of the Kossuth hospital for several weeks, returned to her home much improved recently. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Chase of Hartley were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W A. Foster Sunday and also attended the Methodist conference. Earl McChesney of Chicago stoppet at the Frank Gelgel home Sunday while he was enroute home after visiting his iriother in Minnesota. Rev. and Mrs. Louis Rlchmann and daughter of Bun and Rev. O. H. Schaefer of Llvermore were guests of the Rev. Braner home last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. StiUman of Dolliver visited at the home of their son, O. W., from Wednesday until Friday. They also attended the Methodist con. ference. Thomas Bestenlehner, son of Joe Bestenlehner enrolled as freshman in Crelghton University at Omaha. Thomas was a graduate from the academy last year. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Weaver took their daughter, Mrs. R. E. Menzel and her son, Hugh, back to their home in Ames, Saturday, Mrs. Menzel and Hugh have been visitors here at the Weaver home. sas. Mrs. H. H. Dearchs returned Thursday from Chicago where she had spent a week at the world's fair and with her daughter, Julia, who is employed there. Gail Potter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Potter, and sister of Inez Potter, who la employed in James' drug store. Is now working in the Cummings 1 Sc to $1.00 store. Mra. 8. B. Frencb and Daughter Mrs. Kermlt Setchell, are expected back today (Thursday) after visiting at the home of the former's sister In Sioux City since Sunday. Agnes and Dorothy daughters of Mrs and Mrs. Charles Kain of Emmetsburg were guests over the week end at the C. A. Joynt home. Mr. and Mrs. Kain came after their daughters Sunday. Mrs. W. K. Ferguson and son, liewis and Mrs. Thomas Akre spent Sunda; in Ames where Lewis went to see Prol McDonald, head of the State Forestry department, about some forestry work Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Reynolds am children moved from their resident at 15 E. Elm street to North Hall stree Friday of last week. Mr. Reynolds Is a partner of Chet Williams in th Hub Clothing store. Mr. Bhd Mrs. Joe Martlndale of Boone, parents of Mrs. Wm. Pestot- nlk, and Mrs. Alex Begg and son of Ames arrived Tuesday at the Pestot- nik home for a visit. Mrs. Begg is a sister of Mrs. Pestotnlk. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Haggard and Barbara June and Mrs. Forrest Twogood, accompanied by Dr. and Mrs. Dwight Andrews, drove to Spencer on Sunday where they spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. John Haggard. Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner, Mrs- Henry Wegener, Mrs. Robert Llesner and Mrs. Emille Kahn attended the Sacred Candle concert of the Schubert quartet of St. Louis, held at the Lutheran church in Whittemore last Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Breen and Har- oli of Titonka and Stella Mae of Algona spent Sunday in Nashua with the P. W. Tobin family and also visited Craig Tierney who is staying at the Tobin home. Mrs. Tobln and Mrs. Breen are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Nelson and child- en of Clear Lake were guests Sunday t the H. M. Harris home. Mrs. W. P. Hemphill was able to be up and around Sunday after being n bed for a week with a streptococcus sore throat. Mrs. August Miller, employed at Hawfcott Sc Ogg's, spent Sunday in Humboldt where she visited friends and relatives. Mabel Kohl, daughter of Mr. and Utrs. George Kohl of Union township, Is now employed in the office of the Kirsch Laundry. Harriet Smith, who Is teaching in the schools at Ware, Iowa, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Neal Smith. Mrs. G. A. Burrell of Perry, Iowa, was a guest over the week end at the H. A. Tuttle home. Mrs. Burrell Is Mrs. Tuttle's mother. Joan Crawford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Crawford, fell from a slide while playing in a neighbor's back yard Monday morning and broke her arm. Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Danson, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bacon, and Mr. and Mrs Carl Walker left Saturday for Chicago where they are attending the world's fair. Mrs. J. W. Sullivan left Tuesday for Muscatlne to visit the Daniel Sullivan family. Mr. Sullivan, who Is a brother of the late J. W. Sullivan, is ill with heart trouble. George Harris, son of Mr. and Mrs H. M. Harris, who returned recentlj after being in the navy four years. Is now employed in Clear Lake by the Standard Oil company. Mr. and Mrs T. D Stindt of Buffalo Center attended the Methodist conference here Sunday and visited at the C. F. Spechb home. Mayor Specht and Mr. Stindt are cousins. Mrs. John Frankl returned Saturday night from Cody, Nebraska, where she had been visiting for several weeks. Previous to that She had spent the summer In Silver City, South Dakota. Janet Parsons, daughter of Mrs. Charlotte Parsons, returned here Sunday after spending the time since early spring In Grand Rapids, Mnlnesota, •where she had charge- of a summer camp. Mrs. Day of Titonka was a guest of Mrs. Kezlah Bradley Monday. Mrs. Ida Holdren of Hutchison. Kan. sas, Is here visiting her sister, Mrs. A. B. Holdren. Mrs. Edith Jones and daughter, Mildred, are visiting this week at Renwlck with Mrs. Jones' aunt, Mrs. Joe Frank. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hopkins and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Foughy were in Mason City the first of the week on business. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Olson enjoyed a visit Sunday from the latter's brother and sister and family of Fort Dodge. James Chubb is helping out at the James drug store since the resignation of George Free who took a position In Fort Dodge. Frank Simmons, Fairmont, Minnesota, drove down Thursday to attend the funeral of the latter's grandfather, the late George Simmons. Mrs. Frank Dingley returned last week from Chca.go, where she had spent three or four weeks with her daughter, Mrs. W. B. Nugent and family. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Berrlnger and son, Berchell of Elgin, Illinois, left for their home Friday after a visit of several days with Mrs. A. B. Hold- Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Johnson drove to Minneapolis Sunday where they spent a few days. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Zink of Roswell, New Mexico, are expected here the last of the week for a visit at the home of the latter's brother, J. B. Wheelock. The Zinks have b?en visiting In Indiana and in Chicago where they attended the world's fair. Mrs. Zink will be remembered as Gertrude Wheelock. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Orr left Monday for Omaha, where Mr. Orr has accepted a position as a printer for the Colonial Press. Mr. Orr has been a printer for a number of years, but during the time he and his wife have been living in Algona he operated the Coryell gas station in order that he might be outside more. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. McEnroe and son, John, with Helen and Dorothy McEnroe drove to Eau Claire, Friday to attend the funeral of Mrs. McEnroe's brother-in-law, Thos. Abrahamason. Enroute they stopped at St. Theresa's College at Winona, Minnesota, for Franofs McEnroe, who accompanied them. The group returned home Sunday. F. A. Russell of Staples, Minnesota, and Will Kollasch of Jamestown. North Dakota, who came here to attend the Dr. W. D. Andrews Is having the General hospital painted a light cream color. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. McDonald of Burt are the parents of a fine baby boy born Monday at the Kossuth hospital. The McDonalds have one other child, a little daughter. Mrs. Anna J. Stockwell returned to Afeoha the ladt of the week from Eagle Grove where she had been visiting. She planned to look after business matters for a few days, and will leave later for 'her home in Long Beach. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McCreery of Des Moines have moved to Algona and are now living in the Dr. L. W. Fox apartment. Mr. McCreery is the new Firestone represenattlve who succeeds Paul Trauger, who was transferred to Mason City. Mrs. Lura Sanders, city librarian, is carrying her arm In a sling as the result of a recent fall in which she dislocated her collar bone. The accident occurred when she stepped down one step Instead of two while going down some stairs. suffered a paralytic stroke two or three years ago. As his brother's condition seemed to change little, Mr. Shaben decided to come back, and after elec- tion will go to Detroit to make his home with his son, Leo, who Is with the Burroughs Adding Machine Co. Matt Ostcrbauer. father of Mrs. Ann Fechner, has been seriously 111 since last Friday. H-rnrt trouble Complicated with other ailments of advancing years have impaired his health for the past few years and brought on his Illness. He Is eighty-two years of age. His «on, Ed from Rockford, Illinois, and daughter, Mrs. Wm. O. Bogef of Omaha have come to be with him. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chrlstensen and son moved their household belongings Monday from their South Moore residence to Oraettinger where Mr. Chrls- tensen has taken over a Gamble 1 Agency. Rev. and Mrs. C. Paul Carlson then moved to the Chrlstensen home from their apartments In the former M. J. Keneflck home wh!6h was recently bought by Mr. and Mrs. Victor Parsons who moved into the upstairs apartments vacated by the Carlsons. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice McMahon moved Into the house on West North street vacated by the Parsons from their former home on South Harlan street which is to be occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Glen Roland and daughter, Ruth. ren. funeral <Jf Mns. CMtsjer, left DANCE Whittemore Tuesday, October 9th Ray Keye* and His Royal Ambassadors One of the best orchestras on the road. Best floor in county. '*;• Let Them Eat Pie! You won't be able to stop them once you serve our delicious pies. Genuine old fashioned pumpkin, luscious butterscotch, delicious, fluffy lemon, applie pie like mother made, cherry, raspberry and mince. Wilson Bakery AKRE'S Notes for Your Grocery Shopping List Among the New Crop Fruits which we received this week are Dates, Seeded, and Seedless Raisins, Currants, Leghorn Citron, Orange and Lemon peel. Mince Meat season is about mi. The above mentioned items are main ingredients of your mince pie, but don't forget the apples. "Bed Star" Brand Sweet Potatoes from Virginia are the very best on the market, just in. New Pancake Flour, plain or with buckwheat is on Verv tine for breakfast pancakes with Maple or Maple and Cane Hyrup. Sliced liacon and Fried Eggs are also tine—and to improve on any ot your meals have a cup or two of real good, hot coftee— made of Halligan's "Pure Quill" We sell lots of these good things. If you bake your own bread try our Minnesota "Mandalay" Flour It is very good. Phone, or step in at AKRE'S Loretta Howie, employed at the Kent Motor Company, was taken ill the first of last week and Is tslll confined to her bed with a streptococcus sore throat. Mrs. Ann Zlttrltsch took care of her the first of this week. Mr. and Mrs. C. R- LaBarre and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Deal left Tuesday morning on a ten day pleasure and business trip through the east. They planned to attend the world's fair also and will stop at Buffalo, New York. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Bushnell of Sioux City visited in Algona the latter part of last week and Is still confined to her former district superintendent of the Algona Methodist church and the Bushnells formerly lived here. Mrs. Jacob Johnson of Wesley, who had Just returned from vslting in Chicago, spent Sunday together with her daughter, Mrs. J. L. Haverly and husband and two of their children of Wesley, at the home of another daughter Mrs. W. J. Becker. Mr. and Mrs. Will Bailey of Marshall, Minnesota, spent Saturday and Sunday with the latter'a sister. Mrs. H. D. Hutchins. Mrs. Bacon of Mlnot, North Dakota, aunt of Mrs. Bailey and Mra. Hutchins, accompanied the Bai- l«ys to Marshall for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas R. Alderman are the parents of a baby girl born Monday Sept. 24 at the Lutheran hospital In Omaha. The baby has been named Cheranne Luella. Mrs. Alderman will bs remembered as LuElla Potter, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Potter. Frank Mathels of Big Stone City, South Dakota, left Monday for his home after visiting with his mother, Mrs. P. J. Grelner, since the prevl- Mrs. Henry Bahling of Gary, South Dakota, who has been visiting her son, Henry Bahling, Jr., and wife spent Friday In Algona with) Mrs. Fred Pooch. Lena Llchter spent the fore part of last week in Chicago attending the world's fair. She Joined a group of friends at Cedar Rapids whom she accompanied. Woodrow Sarehett and Lloyd Pratt, who are students at Iowa State Teachers College, spent the week end in Algona. Both boys are members of the College band. Mrs. Ella Grant and Mrs. Rose Ev- vans of Elgin and Mrs. Beulah Homuth of Plato, 111., came Thursday to the home of Mrs. Mary Runchey to visit until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Chrlschllles and three boys, Ted, Jack, and Julian, plan to leave Thursday for St. Louis to attend the world series ball games over the week end. Prof. G. W. Godfrey of Ames visited his mother, Mrs. W. H. Godfrey last week and spoke at the laymen meeting at the Congregational church last Thursday evening. Milton Norton, accompanied by Wm. Seipman, Jr., and Virgil Spear, drove to Okoboji Monday to close the F. S. Norton and Mrs. Milton Norton cottages for the season. Mesdames Ray Miner and Alice Co- last week for their homes. Mrs. Kol- lash and her mother and Grandma Ward accompanied them. Mrs. Kollasch had been at Marshalltown caring for her sister, Mrs. Crltzer for a few weeks. Raymond Kresensky and Miss Margaret Durant, who are members of the Iowa Authors club, attended the annual meeting and election of officers at Des Moines last Saturday at the Younkers Tea Room. Don Farran of Hampton was reelected president of the society. After th* business meeting a banquet was enjoyed by the distinguished gathering. Rev. H. J. Bolllnjer of Evanston, Illinois, came here Thursday to the home of his cousin-law, Mrs. Homer Anderson. Later that morning. Rev. Bolllnjer gave a short talk at bhe Methodist conference and that evening Mr. Anderson took him to Des Moines. from which cldy he went to Cclby, Kansas, to give the main address at he Methodist conference there. Mrs. J. F. Cook left a week ago Saturday to be with her mother, Mrs. M. E. Shirk, agtd 92, who is 111 at the home of her son in Chester, Montana. She accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Claude Salisbury who were enroute to Miles City. The party had rain and snow while traveling and were laid up in the storm at New Salem, North Dakota, last week Wednesday. Mrs. Cook went to assist In the care of her mo- vell re'turtKd the first of last week after visaing Mrs. Alt a StUes In Charles City and Mrs. L. E. Potter came on Thursday evening. Miss Norma Harvey of Goldfleld was 4 week end guest at the home of Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Bohannon. Mrs. Bohannon and Miss Harvey are Alpha Gamma Delta sorority sisters. Mra. Nora Ktln and daughter, Ell zabeth and Dorothy Donnelly, left yes terday for their home in DeKalb, Illinois, after a ten day visit with Algona friends and relatives. Miss Donnelly is a niece of Mrs. Kain. Mrs. W. W. Alcorn, who formerly lived In Seneca, has been visiting the past few days at the home of Mrs was enroute homi when he stopped here. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Saunders return- ther. Mrs. Isabelle Nlcoulln and her niece Mra. Olive Walker, both of Hollywood California, and the latter's son, Walter (Bud) Walker and his wife of Monrovia, California, are guests at this time at the E. J. Hough hoifte and are also looking after business matters and visiting relatives and their many old time friends. Mrs. Nlcoulln was resident in Algona for a number o years and has a great many friend who welcome her visit here. Joe Shaben, former well known Ho barton man, came Monday from th state of Washington, and i& visitln Algona friends until after election. M Shaben has been at Tacoma, Puyallu Lucy Fish and with other Algona friends. She left the first of the week for her home In Windsor, Missouri. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Bennett have moved from the Mrs. Mary Harsch home on South Thorington street to the Mrs. George Paine home on Nebraska street. Mr. Kkinpeter of the Basket grocery now occupies the Harsch residence. Mr. and Mrs. Elrner Hartshorn arc expecting the following guests in a ihort time: Mrs. Ella Hartshorn of Grand Rapids, Michigan, Mrs. Eva Parous Wednesday Mr. M.ithel-. has beer. fe NeW ville and George and Plumcr on a business trio to Wisconsin and Parker, both of Rochester, Minnesota. All are children of the late Charley Parker and will be well remembered in ed Monday evening after visiting since Friday In Bloomfleld, Iowa, and surrounding cities with relatives and frltnds. The parents of both Mr. and Mrs. Saunders reside near Bloomfleld and reunions of the two families were held. Mrs. Cliff Larson and daughters, Helen and Mrs. Art Meyers and husband and family all of Albert Lea, and P. J. Larson and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dorweiler of West Bend were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Duffy. Mrs. Larson Is the mother of Mrs. Duffy. I Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Kruse were visitors Sunday at ttoe home of the former's mother at Welcome, Minnesota. Mrs. Barnard Tierney and daughter, Marilyn, and Mrs. Agnes Laidley •eturned to Mason City Sunday even- ng after spending Saturday and Sunday in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Cahlll called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Weis Sunday evening for a visit. The Cahllls were enroute to Emrnsts- mrg, where Mr. Cahill who is connected With the Fleishman!! Yea^t Company, was transferred. Thty are now making their home in Emmets- jurg. Agnes Greeley of Fort Deflnance, Arizona, and her sister, Margaret Greeley of St. Paul, visted from Thursday until Saturday with their sister, Mrs. Ed De'iillar. Miss Agnes Greeley was enroute from Duluth wlin-e she hud visited her parents and Miss Margaret Greeley was accompanying her part way home. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Sullivan and Mr and Mrs. Gaylord Shumway, left Sunday morning for South Bend, Indiana, to attend the wedding of Mi's. Sullivan's brother. Edward D. Kelly ol Em. mt'tsburg 10 Margaret Mitchell of Clear Lake which was to take place Monday morning. They expected to itart back aluicst immediately after the wedding ceremony. Mrs. Lura Saunders, librarian of trie local library, failed to set; the last two steps in a set of stairs in one of the Mason City buildings Wednesday of last week and as result she fail. His- locating her shoulder and suffering numerous bruises and a general ii Ing up. Mrs. Saunders was ab'o t buck to the library the next day but i carrying her arm in a shnif. Frank Johnston, son of Jack Johnston, and at one time a star r<ni '-r on the staff of the Upper Des Moines, Is up from Dea Molnies for a week's vacation at the home of his father. Frank Is now one of the responsible n in the employ of the Globe Machinery and Supply Company of DCS Moines. He was in the eaM, on a business trip at the time of hi* "in '• <-r'« death, a few weeks ago aad took an airplane back noun-, barely arriving in Algona in time for the funeral. He reports that the business of his company has increased three-fold during the past year. Algona. and Seattle. He went to Washington to be with Ills brother, George, wh COL WELL BROS. Aucts. Graduate of Jones Nat'l. School Auctioneering, Chicago, 111. 21 years actual selling experience. W? solicit a pa~t of the business in this territory. H. M. Colwell located first n'aoe west of junction Ifi9 and 18. Phone 20F12 40-!.f < &JWWWJVWWJWWWJUVJV I JAMES Toilet Articles There is no need to "shop around" when you can {••t-t the leading brands at "James" at such low prices. Here Are Some of the Values Tooth Paates-Toiletrie* 50c Kleuzo 29c WoodbllFV 35c Rexall Tooth Powder 29c . _ * 50c Hygenol Hair Oil 29c Facial Soap Pepsodent Tooth Pasta, small lOc Colgate's Tooth Paste, smaa ...... lOc Wrisley's Hair Oil We Face Powders Aruuui<|i I'onds . . . 10 « Lady Esther Wrisley's Face Creams Woodbury's Manicure Needs Poleh Keinover ...... 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