The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 25, 1934 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 25, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, October 25, 1934 Al Amunson and Olenn McMurray -spent the week ena at Spirit Lake fishing. Miss Lumctta Beece ot Des Moines vtelted here Saturday with her aunt, Miss Winifred B. Sarchett. Sirs. Arlo Adams returned to her home Sunday evening after a month's Ttolt with her aunt in Chicago. Joe Mlsbach expects to leave this evening for Chicago to attend the world's fair and look after business matters. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Barnard and daughter, Lois, spent Sunday at Win- netaeo with Mrs. Barnard* aunt, Mrs. O. A. Norman. Mr. and Mrs. O. 8. Johnson and daughter, Thelma, visited Sunday at Tracy, Minnesota, with Mrs, Johnson's mother, Mrs. Jerome, Flnnegan. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Walker of Salt*, low*, parents of Ntormaa Walker, were guests over the wetk end at the Dennis Goeders and (fay C. McKee .homes. Roland Larson is clerking at the Anderson Rlteway store. He has formerly clerked part time at the Council Oak store. Joe Mlsbach and sons, Late and Lawrence spent Sunday at Alvord with his daifehlter, Kafcherine. Kathertnte is a member of the faculty of the Alvord schools. Alberta Mitchell of Corwlth was a guest Thursday of Mrs. Louis Lynk. That evening Mrs. Lynk and Miss Mitchell visited the latter's sister, Ellen, at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Richardson and Dr. and Mrs. E. A. Howe of Bancroft returned Sunday evening after spending the week end In Waterloo where they visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mercer attended the Iowa-lows State football game at Ames Saturday afternoon and that evening and Sunday visited with relatives in Webster City. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Holmes left on Thursday of last week for Chicago where they expected to spend a week visiting at the world's fair and with Mrs. Holmes' son, Wilfred Ressegule. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Richardson and Dr. and Mrs. D. A. Howe of Bancroft returned Sunday from Waterloo, La Porte City and Mt. Auburn where they had been vsltlng relatives since Frl day. Harold Hutching and Don Smith are planning to take a group of twelve boys, members of the former's Sunday School class, to Decorah next Saturday to see the Ice caves recently opened to the public. While attending the Iowa-Iowa. State football game at Ames Saturday Dr. H. R. Gibson was taken ill with heart trouble. Monday he was taken to the Kossuth hospital where he Is now a patient. Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Hoerner, Mrs, B. M. Southgate and Mrs, Jorgen Skow of Wesley attended the Midwest Regional conference of the Congregational Christian churches, held at rtnneii October 22nd to 25th. Nick Maharas has moved his shine and shoe repair shop from North Dodge street to the second door north of the Call Theatre on N. Thorlngton street The change was made Monday morn- Ing and Nick was ready for business by afternoon. Ed HU1 of Lacrosse, Wisconsin, spent the week end at the Mrs. Charles Latihrop home. Ed was formerly connected wth the Hill Buttertub Factory In Algona, but Is now doing forestry work in Wisconsin, on some of the federal projects. Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Cliff and Mr and Mrs. O. C. Galloway of Ames w visitors over the week end In Algona The Cliffs vlilted at the J. L. Bonar home and Mr. and Mrs. Galloway were guests at the home of Mr. Galloway's sister, Mrs. P. J. Chrlstensen. Dr. and Mrs. p. V. Janse left Tuesday morning for Fort Madison to at tend the funeral services of the former's brother-in-law, J. H. Axt. Mr Axt was vice president of fche Shaef fer Pen Company. The Janses expected to stay for a few days. Mrs. An Meyer and son, Bobby o Chicago were guests last week at the I. M. Flnnel home. Mrs. Meyer is an aunt of Edgar and Evan Flnnell Evan took the two to Kiester, Mlnne sota, Friday and there Mr. Meyer me them and returned to Chicago. Mrs. Al Amunsen's parents, Mr. am Mrs. A. Reynolds of Ellsworth left on Friday of last week for Omaha to vlsl a few days. From there they will g to Salt Lake City to visit a few weeks and will then travel to Los Angeles Where they will make their home un til spring. Mr. Ellsworth was the for Amunsen, * USED CARS The Publix Used Car Exchange of Des Moines announces the opening of a North Iowa Branch Salesroom at 210 East State Street, Algona All makes and models- Easy Terms. We will take your car in trade or down payment. We carry our own paper. JIM LOGAN, Mgr. Mrs. Eugene Neville and Mrs. G. H. Ogg were In Mason City Tuesday. Boy BJustrom and Roger Keith were n Iowa Palls Tuesday attending a Skelgas convention. Mrs. A. D. Stockwell visited over the week end with her daughter, Mrs. Dave Gouge at Brltt. Raymond Smith of Swea City was a _uest Monday at the home of his sister, Mrs. J. M. Blade. Mrs. George St. John has been 111 the past several weeks, having suffered several attacks of gall bladder trouble. G. D. Stokes and Marvin Kain attended the Iowa-Iowa State football games In Ames Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Perry of Des Moines were guests Saturday evening of the former* aunt, Mrs. L. E. Potter. Mr. and Mrs. a. D. Stokes are planning to spend this coming week end In Minneapolis and St. Paul with friends. Mr. and Mrs. James Moore and their daughter, Patricia, spent Monday In Des Moines where they went on business. Mr. and Mrs. Duncan of Des Moines were guests of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Scharlach, this last week end. Mr. and Mrs. James Morgan and Mrs. Carrie Lewis of Pasadena, California, are here visiting relatives at this time. Attorney General Ed O'Connor of Des Moines spent Tuesday in Algona and was a dinner guests at the Dr. L. W. Pox 'home. Miss Estelle Arnold and Miss Laura Hoelscher, members of the local school factulty, spent the week end in Chicago at the world's fair. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart McKay of Eagle Grove were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Reed. Mrs. McKay Is a niece of the Reeds. Harriet Smith who Is teaching at Ware, Iowa, this year, Is having a two weeks' vacation because school has closed for corn husking. Frances Zender accompanied Paul Rotarians Would Play Kiwanis at Football A challenge from the Rotary club to the Kiwanis club to engage in a friendly game of football was delivered by Dr. F. C. Scanlan of the challengers according to a report made at the Rotary meeting, Monday noon, In the Algona hotel. Milton Norton, Kiwanis president, was to pass the challenge on to his club at its meeting, today. The program, Monday noon, was an Impromptu one, with various members talking on assigned subjects. Those who took part were Eugene Murtagh, Luke LiqhanC Jim Pool and Ralph MUler. Naudain Building Vote For E J. J. DOOLEY Democratic Candidate for COUNTY RECORDER Second Term May I Continue to Serve You'? Why Let Winter Worry You? When You Can Buy a Bay-Boy Circulating Heater as low as 59 50 and other standard makes of circulating heaters as low at $39.50. Our stock is very complete and prices have never been lower than they are a t the present time. Also sold on terms—if you so desire at very low nuance cost. Let's talk it over and arrange for a comfortable home this winter with one of our famous floor warming circulating heaters. Nelson Hardware Hammil to his home in Carroll, Iowa, Thursday of this week and expected to visit his parents there a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Arden Reynolds of Mason City spent the week end at the Dr. C. D. Schaap home. Mrs. Scliaap and Mr. Reynolds are brother and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Spllles and their daughter, Arlene, returned Monday evening after visiting relatives In Pipestone, and Currie, Minnesota, over the week end. Rev. A. S. Hueser will be the guest speaker at a birthday party Friday evening at Bancroft. The oldest member of that Baptist church will be honored en the occasion. Mrs. S. E. McMahon. Mrs. Nellie McMahon, and Mrs. Joe Harg and two children were visitors Tuesday in Storm Lake witti the former's daughter, Mrs Richard Schmltz. Mr. and Mrs. Don Nugent attendee the football game In Ames Saturday afternoon and from there went on to Des Moines where they were guests of Mrs. Nugent's two sisters. Iowa State Teachers College students home from Cedar Falls for the week end were: Leona Smith, Woodrow Sar chett. Lloyd Pratt, Ella Zumach, Evelyn Smith and Margaret Vigars. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Driver left Tues day for their home in Hocfulam, Wash ington, after a visit of about tw months at the home of Mr. Diver's par enlu, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Driver. Mr. and Mrs. James Moore, Mr. an Mrs. T. H. Holmes, Jr., and Mrs. Har old Patterson visited Mrs. Mads Chris tlansen in St. Mary's hospital at Ro Chester, Minnesota, Wednesday of las week. Alice Kain, who teaches In the Rod' man schools, began a two weeks' vaca Uon this wetk because of corn husking and left Friday evening for DeKalb Illinois, to spend the time with he two aunts. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Stlllman and Mr and Mrs. H. W. Pletch, Duane Dewe' Dr. F. C. Scanlan and Buss Walle were among those who witnessed th Iowa-Iowa State football game a Ames Saturday. Miss Edith M. Reed came home on Monday from a two months' visit in Agency and Des Moines. At Agency she visited her brother, Dr. C. S. Reed Miss Reed makes her home with Mrs Rachel Bhackelford and gives plan lessons. Mads Christiansen accompanied b Mrs. Harold Patterson, left Tuesday fo Rochester to visit Mrs. Christiansen who Is a patient In St. Mary's hosplta there. Mr. Christiansen expected to re turn in a day or so but Mrs. Patterson will stay a week. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Hoenk and the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Martini of Emmetsburg spent the time from Thursday and Saturday In Wl- nona, Minnesota, where Uwy visited the latter couple's daughter and In Minneapolis with a son. Professor and Mrs. Louis Lykken and two children and the former's parents, all of Ames, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Richardson Sunday. The Richardson's son, Max, a student at Iowa State College, accompanied the Lykken families here and spent the day with his parents. Dr. H. M. OLson accompanied Dr. A. D. Adams to Austin, Minn., Tuesday evening to attend a dental study club banquet. After the dinner Dr. Adams and Dr. Okon, with tour dentists from Mason City, put on a children's dentistry clinic similar to the one conducted at Garner Wednesday of la-st we.k. Dr. and Mrs. John Kenenck took the latter's sifter, Venca Jane Snodgrass of Upland, California, who had visited at the Kenefick home, to Des Moines Saturday where she expected to visit relatives before returning to her home. The Keneflcks also attended the football game at Ames Saturday afternoon. Lydia Meyer, employed at Cum- mlngs' 5c to $1.00 store, and Opal M-;y- er, operator for the local Bell Telephone Company, have taken the upstairs apartments in the Dr. W. D Andrews home on East Oak strt«t. Tlie two moved into their rooms Sunday Although their last names are exactly alike the girls are not sisters or even relatives. Alfred Soderbcrg was in Algona on Friday visiting old friends and neigh- ijors. Mr. Soderberg renewed his subscription to the Aljjwia Uppeff Dee Moines which he has taken for 29 years. Mr. Soderberg has been visit- Ing relatives at Bancroft the past month, but planned to leave Saturday for Milac, Minnesota, where he makes his home most of the time with his daughter, Mrs. Oscar Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Duffy attended the Democratic rally at Burt Tuesday evening. Mrs. Martin Duffy, Sr, and daughter. Prances, of Whittemore were guests at the M. J. Duffy home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Duffy and their children and Mrs. Duffy's sister, Helen Larson of Albert Lea, were dinkier guests of Mrs. Joe Dorweller of West Bend. Mrs. E. C. Rancher's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Hayes, their son, J. A Hayes and wfe, all of Nevada, Iowa, and their daughter, Mrs. C. J. Sheldon and two daughters of Eldora were guests at the Hancher home over the week end. J. T. Bohannon was taken seriously 1 Thursday evening of last week and showed no Improvement until Monday, inos then he has been getting better lowly but surely, although he Is still very sick man. Mr. Bohannon's rlendts hope to see him up and around n a short time. Mary and Gladys Schulta of Algona and Frances Smith of Des Moines ac- ompanled Dr. A. D. Adams and son, Bobby to Chicago Friday to bring back Mrs. Adams who had been visiting re- atlves there for the past six weeks. Tie group returned Sunday after at- endlng the world's fair. Alfred Klamp arrived here Tuesday if last Week from Wbbdburn, Oreon, for a visit until Friday (tomor- bw) at the home of his brother, (Harlie and sister, Mra. C. L. Inger- oll. He paid this office a very pleas- nt visit Monday afternoon and stated hat he was always glad to get the Upper Des Moines. Elmer Dole recently returned from Detroit where he had gone alter two rucks for the Elbert Garage. While n Detroit he was held up for three days on account of the truck drivers trite. Truck drivers could get as far as the city limits under police protec- lon, but outside of the city were held up by the strikers Rev. C. Paul Carlson was expected home Wednesday evening W tottoy from Delta, Colorado, where he had gone Monday of last week to fulfill a ^reaching engagement. Rev. Henry Olson, president of the Buena Vista College, had charge of the morning church services of the Presbyterian church and Rev. J. Robert Hoerner conducted the evening services. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Joynt left Frl day evening of last week for Miami Florida, where they will attend the Legion and Auxiliary convention. Thej also plan to take excursions to Key West, and Havana during their ten day stay In the south. Their son, Billy, I staying with his grandparents In Mai lard and their daughter. Helen, Is stay ing with the Homer Young family. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Hancher drove t Plover Tuesday when they heard tha Mr. Handler's father had received broken ankle in a fall. The elder Mr Hancher had been up on a telephone pole when It broke. The fall shatter ed the bones In his ankle but he wa: fortunate enough to <scape other in juries. Mr. Hancher took his fathci to Fort Dodge to the Mercy hospita where he will be a patient for a few days. Mr. ar.d Mrs. Gus Peek after a visi of several days with their old friends in Algona. left yesterday for Miami Florida, where Mr. Peek is a delegat' from Oregon to the national meetlni of abstractors. A number of social af fairs were given In honor of the Peek during their visit here. They expect tc return to Algona for a short stay whtl on their way home to Portland, Ore gon. They will also stop in Minneap oils for a visit with Mrs. Peek's brother Charlie Johnson. W. H. Koran sends us a copy of th Los Angeles Times "Progress Number celebrating the completion of their new building, which Is perhaps the fin eat, newspaper building in the Unltec States. It Is a wonderful paper an Ehowa that Los Angeles Is far from be ing dead yet. Mr. Horan seems to tak borne pride In their new home town In the west, but we will venture the as sertlon that he often longs for the ol home town of Algona and would enjo a visit with Charlie Taylor and othe pals here. 4 Broken Bones In One Week Hit 3 Lu Verne Homes LuVerne: Mrs. Frances Hefty living south of LuVerne had the misfortune 1 last week to break a bone in her foot. Floyd, the 13 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Kubly Is suffering with a broken arm and John, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Blumer of LuVerne. broke two fingers of his left hand while doing gymnastic work in school Owhwtr* Several LuVerne people attended the P. T. A. meeting at the Vernon Consolidated school Thursday evening. The LuVerne orchestra, composed of DeRae Godfrey, Onrllle and Irvin Ramus, Willie Hoepner and WUlard Lang«rak furnished the music on the program. Mrs. WestUng Is enjoying a visit with her mother of Stratford. The Tuesday club met this week with Mrs. Alberft Genrlch. Mrs. Toohey Is visiting her daughter, Marjory in Des Moines. J. W. Jones of Minneapolis visited at the Arthur Jones home Sunday. Miss Anna Murray left Friday for Chicago to attend the Century of Progress. E. C. Wolto attended a meeting of the Thompson lumber yards In Mankato last week. Frank Chambers has returned home from several weeks' visit with relatives in Valentine, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Devltt have arrived home from a visit with Mr. De- vltt's mother in Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Wolto are moving this week from the farm into Mrs. Sam Steussy's residence. Austin Burtls, Bert Sankey, Steve Baker and Maynard Spooner were visitors in Des Moines Monday. Miss Hulda Frltzemeier Is here from Washington, D. C., to visit 'her parents Mr. and Mrs. F. Fritzemeler. Dr. and Mrs. Corbn, Mr. and Mrs. Beckman and Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Evans were week end vlstors at Ames. Miss Verna Parks, who Is teaching in the Vernon school, has gone to her ome In Fredericksburg for a week's acation. The school is closed for corn usking. Mrs. Huber attended the funeral ser- ;ces of her cousin, Mrs. Henry Thompon ab Eagle Grove last week, who died rom Injuries received In an automo- lle wreck. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Shultz spent the week end with tlhelr son and wife, Mr. nd Mrs. Everett Shultz at Pella. Evrett has been ill with typhoid fever nd has not yet fully recovered. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Sanford accom- lanled Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kelam of Ellsworth to Ptmttac, 111., Monday for a islt with relatives. They will also visit the fair in Chicago. Mr. Sanford's mother of Ellsworth is here to stay Banns of Marriage Banns of marriage were published Sunday In St. Joseph's church for the first time for Isnbelle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kellner and Joseph, son of Mrs. Susan Berte. Frank Zelmeb of south of Hvertnore was a Sunday visitor at the Sylvester Wagner home. Mrs. "Peter Schmidt and children were business callers In Ottosen Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. George Becker and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Peter Schmltt home. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Becker were Sunday afternoon visitors at the John Hllbert home near Weriey. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kramer are he parents of a baby boy bom Monday, Oct. 22nd in the Kossuth hospital. Mrs. Frank Klnkade and Mr. and Mrs. Kohler of West Bend were vislt- ors Monday at the Mrs. Lucy Wagner home. A number from this vicinity went to Burt Friday evening to charivari Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heidetscheld who hud been married the previous day. Mr. Helderscheid formerly lived In this vicinity. Mrs. Charles Bert*, Ltasie Berte and Nick Berte drove to Rochester Sunday to visit with Agnes Berte, who Is a patient there. Agnes Is gettfng along nicely and will soon be home. The party returned home Monday. Relatives here received word of the approaching marriage of Miss Mary Hennefent, daughter Of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hennefent of Foxholrrt. Minn., on Thursday, Oct. 25th to TnOtnas Ferguson. Miss Hennefent Is a n!«<* of Mrs. Lucy Wagner. Mr. and Mrs. Jotm Hammer, daughter, Dolores and his mother, Mrs. Theresa Hammer of near Swea City, Mr. and Mra E. J. OTJell of Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. HoJtzbauer and family of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Hammer of IrvlnRton and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Skangstad of Bode spent Sunday at the Willam Hammer home. BRIGHT and NEW Pure cleaning fluid and oxpert. spotting, handling and pressing are onr magic secrets to keeping clothes new looking. Try ns this week and you'll see the difference . . . you'll find our service prompt and our prices reasonable. Opposite New Post Office Location Phone 330—Wo Deliver ELK Cleaners - Tailors iWWWWVVWWVWWVWWVWW^^ with the Sanford children while they are away Union No. 7 school Invites you to a jrogram and box social Friday, Oct 26, at 7:43 o'clock. A 15c lunch wil also be served. Coffee free. Hallowe'en Thursday, Oct. 25 School House, 4 miles east of Irvington. Everyone invited Lorraine Arndorfer White's Grocery WEEK END SPECIALS Cherries 4-Qr XT,, -in ,,/wi ^K*/\* No. 10 red Onions 10 Ibs. „_. Grape Fruit 80 size, 5 for ..__ Crackers 2 1). white 2 Ib. graham 20c Sugar 10 Ib.s. _. 52c Beans White navy, 10 H 49c Coffee 3 in, P. Berry-Santos Bananas ?8c ripe yellow, 4 Ibs. ™ v Minced Ham 1C* extra special, Ib. ^*"^* Macaroni 1 ?r 2 Ibs. Ai V | 5 Ibs. 39c | wwvwuwvw &Q®&&&m3^^ RUGS AT GREAT SAVING October 25 to 'November 1 Radio Sale! Even on Foreign Wave Band SeU, and Genuinie Majesties. Now you can hear uiuiic from all over Uic world and bcO. of all buy at, salt; prlces-^as low as $28.95.--Gauibl- stored. 43 Autumn PERMANENT WAVES Now is the time to t>'et your new pen.'ianeiit, so your hair will look its best for your fall wardrobe. Call for an appointment now Milady's Beauty Salon Phone 127 Sue Morlan Special Bargains From the best Wiltons to the Felt Base Bugs. Inlaid Linoleum Drop Numbers yd. 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