The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 1, 1934 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, November 1, 1934 Mrs. A. C. Becker wlth Paul Mart| n> Mrs. a r d F rs ' Ra y m °nd Irons were Sunday of Mrs. Irons' sister Mrs. c. J. Nugent at Spencer. Sfcs. A. O. Obrecht of Havelock arriv- «d here Thursday and is visiting her 'daughter, Mrs. Oaylord Shumway. .Mrs. B. Benson left Friday for Austin, Minnesota, to visit her daughter Mrs. Wayne Bradfleld, for a few days. W. T. Presnell left last Tuesday for Charlotte, Iowa, to spend a week' or more with his son, Dr. W. H. Presneil. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Richards and family of Lone Rock spent Sunday with the former's mother, Mrs. A. D. Richards. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bloom and son spent Sunday in Mason City whe« they visited the former's mother and sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Larson left Thursday of last w-tek on a trip to Chicago for a visit. They were expected back today. Ruth McMahon, a member of the Calva school faculty, visited h"- parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McMahon, over the week end. tiWrs. Gottlieb Gronbach has been seriously 111 since last Thursday. Her many friends will be glad to hear that she Is slowly improving. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Clapsaddle and Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Thiel attended the V. P. W. and V. F. W. Auxiliary school of Instruction in> Des Moines Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Shroyer ' and three children of Hampton, Iowa, spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Victor Lowe. Mr. Shroyer Is a brother Of Mrs. Lowe. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. C. Dau and two children were Sunday dinner gu-ssts of CMrs. Mary Swanson at Klemme. They also visited at the Addis Grlemen home In Garner. Floyd Saundcrs returned Monday morning from Sioux City where he had boon a business visitor. He left that afternoon for Des Moines on a business trip until Friday. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Hull were guests of their son, Harry, and family from Thursday until Monday. The Hulls returned to their home In K«llerton, Iowa, Monday morning. Wm. Vigars and Clyde Smith visited their daughters, who are students In the Iowa state Teachers College at Cedar Falls Sunday, which was Fathers' Day at the school. Earl Naudaln of Glendale, California, arrived here last week tfbr a fchrire weeks' visit at the homes of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Naudaln and hia brother, V. V. Jfaudaln. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey and children, visited) In, Webb, low*, at the home of Mrs. Muckey's niece, Mrs. Everett Hodgin. Mr. Hodgin is UK principal of the Webb schools. Mr. and Mrs. F. W, Anderson of Min- nteapolis were guests over the week end at, the 'home of their cousin, O. W. Erlckson. Mr. Erickson and Mr. Anderson attended the Iowa-Minnesota football game. Rev. and Mrs. Schlie of Baiavia, Illinois, visited the letter's mother, Mrs. Gottlieb Gronbach, from Saturday until Monday. The Schlies then left for Llvermore to visit with the John Hohenberger family. Philomena Quinn returned Sunday evening from cedar Falls where she had spent the week end with her mother, Mrs. M. J. Qulnnt and her sister, Madonna, a studsnt In the Iowa State Teachers' College there. Betty Backus, Mrs. Lyle Pugh, and daughter, Judith and her mother, Mrs. James McEnroe visited In Des Moines over the week end. Nancy Ruth Renaud accompanied them and spent the time in Pella, Iowa, with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Blnkert and son, Bobby, of Forest City, visited Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bllley and family Sunday. Mr. Blnkert was formerly employed in the Graham store here and Is now manager of a Graham store in Forest City. John Wermersen returned home on Friday from Wintered, Iowa, where he had visited for a number of weeks with his daughter. His granddaughter, Alice Comp, returned here with him and is making a two weeks' stay with her aunt, Mrs. Lloyd Muckey. Mrs. Lura Sanders returned Thursday of last week from Charles City, where she had b:en visiting for a few days at the home of her son, R. C. Sanders. Mrs. Sanders' grandson, Jlm- mie, underwent an operation for appendicitis and is getting along nicely at present. Rev. and Mrs. C. Paul Carlson took the letter's mother, Mrs. Nygaard, back to her home In Minneapolis Thursday after about a ten day visit In Algona. The Carlsons then went to St. Paul where R:v. Carlson's father was seriously ill. He Is greatly Improved at this time. The Carlsons returned home Friday. The David Beck family moved their household belongings from Marshalltown, Iowa, to Algona Monday The Becks have taken an apartment in the Young apartments on South Jones street. Mr. B:ck has taken the place of the late A. T. Tweet, salesman for the Harper-Mclntyre Company. Mrs Tweet and daughter, Marilyn, who formerly occupied rooms in the Young apartments have taken a room, In house west of the same apartments. Replacement Service Your broken glass replaced while you wait. We also carry a complete line of window glass, 30 per cent lower in price than last year. JOE GREENBERG Phone 118 Algona, la. COME IN AND SEE ATWATIEK KENT '•/93S R'AplQ- ;, The Season's Leading 'Line Richardson Furniture Company Where Furniture Sells For Less H. W. Miller Republican Candidate For County Attorney Your support at the polls will be appreciated, and if elected 1 pledge the county an honest, efficient and economical administration to the utmost of mv ability. Queen of Female Yodelera at Call Theatre, Sunday Show Above is Louisiana Lou, Victcr recording artist and famous star of the WHO Barn Danco Frolic, which is broadcast every night from 8 to 10:15 p. m. over WHO, D:s Moines, Lou will appear, In person, on the stage of the Call Theatre Sunday, when the gang of stars of the WHO Barn Dance Frolic appear in person. The petite southern miss, who is famous for her yodellng numbers and her Individual renditions of the familiar old-time popular tunes, has been a member of the cast cf the Barn Ete.no? Frolic for more than a year, coming to the Des Moines radio station from her home in the south. Theo. Swalve is a patient at the General hospital, suffering from rheumatism. Mrs. Robert Larson and Mrs. George Elbert were Des Moines visitors on Friday. Mrs. Ralph Miller visited a,t the home of her brother in Des Moines Friday. Mrs. Bernard TJerney of Mason City tpent Sunday here at the George Holtzbauor home. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Troutman o Karrawha spent the past two Sundays here with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. John G. McDowell .spent the week end with the letter's mint In Iowa Falls. Georpf:- Free, employed in Ft. Dodpo. .'•pent the week end here with his mother, Mrs. G. H. Free. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Nelson and thrlr children were Sunday dinner gucst.s of Mrs. Anna Nurre at Bancroft. John Ferguson and Charmer Cooper, tud-:nt,s in Iowa State College, visit•d their parents here over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Charl.s Nctbohn of Drake, North Dakota, were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt Tuesday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Dore Freeh will move nto the apartment of the Crammond louse recently vacated by the Kenneth Samp family. Rev. M. A. Schemel of Alton, Iowa, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philp Scheme), Friday afternoon and Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. George St. John left Sun4ay for Rochester, Minnesota, where Mrs. St. John expected to go through the Mayo clinic. Mrs. Harold Kuecker return/id to her home In Whittemore Sunday after visiting the past ten days with her sister, Mrs. Roy Bjustrom. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph MeruKl and baby, Hugh, of Anns were visitors over the week end with Mrs. Menzel's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Weaver. George Shaddick, who lias the popcorn stand on the corner of Dodge and itate street, has b.en confined to hts wine with an attack of rheumatism. Mr. and Mi's. C. A. Joynt returned Monday morning: from Miami, Florida, where th-y had ipent about ten days at the Legion and Auxiliary convention. Mr. and Mrs. Glen B.nnett .spent the week end in Lincoln, Nebraska. where they attended the wedding of Urs. Bennett's brother, which was held Saturday. Mr. and Mils. Charles L. Samson eturn d to |hefcr home in Hooper, Nebraska. Saturday following a week's visit at the home of the former's brother, Claude. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Tuttle and their daughter. Marilyn, spent the w ek tnd in Des Moines at the home of rela- ives ar.d Mr. Tuttle attended a business me; ting. Mrs. D. C. Mahan and daughter, Lynette, were visitors over the week end at the home of Mrs. Mihan's sis- ;er in GMcago. They also attended the world's fair. Mrs. J. F. Troutman and brother. H. G. Smith, returned home last week after a mouth's visit with relatives at Keota and Boone, Bushnell, 111., Lincoln and Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dehnert returned Sunday noon after a ten day trip during which they visited relatives in Flint, Mchigan, Springfield, Illinois, and Clinton, Iowa. The Leslie Samp and Kenneth Sauij) families moved thiir hou&.hold belongings to Lake Mills Monday. The two Sump brothers Imve gone Into partnership and are opening a variety itwe. MJV, Theodore Hutchison returned Tuu>day evening aft-r diiviny litr grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Orally to Hot Springs, ArkaJi^ui, where they expect to spend the winter. Mra. Hutchison returned home by tram R. C. Banker returned Sunday evening to his home in Lttchfield, Nebraska, after visiting since Wednesday at the home of his sister, Mrs. L. F. Rice. Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Patterson and daughter, Mrs. Shock, Mrs. Charles Walker and Mrs. Thomas Halpln visited with friends In Des Moines on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Hall of Grand Island, Nebraska., returned to thai* home Monday after a week's visit a the home of Mrs. Hall's sister, Mrs J. H. Lfllng. Mr. nnd Mrs. T. H. ChrlsrJiillM nml family drove to Hclstein Sunday l<: take Mrs. ChrLschllUvV mother, Mrs. SalU:> Kranz, who wllj visit for two weeks with friends. Diane Falkenhniner and Betty Lou Towne have been on the sick list th. )a.st few days, Dlano, with glandular .rouble- nncl a acre throat nnd Betty Lou with n stomach disorder. Mr. and Mrs. Olson of Ironwood, Michigan, visited their daughter, Lynor in Algona this week. MUi Olson ac- companied ttvetn to Grlnroll where they visited a son, who is a sophomore at Grinneli College. Mrs. Franc's Benschoter, who has been staying with her son, George the past few weeks, will leave today for Hastings, Minnesota, where she will visit fcr some time with her daughter, Mrs. Edward Johnson. At a recent meeting In Des Moines of the Insurance Federation of Iowa. Melzar Falkenhalner was elected a director. Thursday, Melzar attended a meeting In Fort Dodge of the directors of the Druggists Mutual which Is held quarterly. Mary Katn, nurse In Dr. M. G. Bourne's office, teft for Des Moines Sunday to take care of her sister, Isabel', who" was taken 111. Isabel Is a student In the Iowa School of Beauty Culture'In Des Moines. Mary was expected back Wednesday some time. Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Seeley and their daughtrr, Joan, left Tuesday morning for Cherokee, Iowa, to spend a few days with Rev. and Mrs. C. V. Hulse. The Seeleys alfo planned to attend the District Home Missionary convention at Storm Lake which was held Tuesday. Mrs. Cidn-cy Laird and Mrt. Margaret Kencflck visited Mrs. Gladys South In Cedar Rapids over the week end after attending the Iowa-Minnesota football game. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Howard French of Titonka who visited friends In Cedar Rapids. Mr. nnd Mrs. George Gilchrist of Fremont, Iowa, calkd at the P. V. Mathison, home Thursday evening and spent a few days vtelUng with the Mathison and Burt Arrowood homes. Mrs. Mathison and Mrs. Gilchrlst are sisters and on Friday Mrs. Mathison acompanied them over near Esthcr- vllle for a visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Corey and two children, Jean Marie and Edward of Des Moines and Mrs. Corey's mother, Mrs. Anna Kiufz ctf Wrtlay, wore visitors Sunday at the home of Mr. Corey's brother, F. A. Corey. The Oor- eys drove up to attend the funeral of Mrs. Corey's brother, Htenry Kunz, which was held Saturday at Wesley. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. L. Jackman came Thursday from Liberty, Saskatchewan, Canada, which has brcn their home for several years nnd expect to locate in this locality. Mr. Jackmnn pa.ys he grasshoppers, drought, etc. in Canada have convinced him that It Is ;lme to change location. Mrs. Jackman s a daughter of James Cruikshank. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Roupe, daughters, Irma Dee and Mrs. Hattie Philips, the lattcr's two daughters, Irma Dee and Donna Jean, and Don Gardner were guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Wltwer In Mn- son City. Mrs. Wltwer will be remembered as Jessie Roupe. Other guests were Mabel Roupe and Ernest Eckland of Minneapolis. Rufus Ashclford of Miles City, Montana, was In' Algona Friday visiting his sister, Mrs. Carl Hutchlns, and old friends. He also visited his sisters, Mrs. Tony Goeders at Mason City nnd Mrs. Oscar Miller at Titonka. RufiiF Is the only son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Georg? Ashelford, and this is his first visit In Algona for about seven years. He ts ranichlng near Mites City. Mr. and Mrs. Burton Thorpe, Mr. and Mrs. Roy K?Pn and Mrs. Pauline Worster spent the week end in Des Moines. Holman Anderson accompanied Hol- lls Trainer, Hormel representative In this territory to Austin, Minnesota, on Tuesday for an Inspection visit which Mr. Trainer was conducting. Fldells Kunz of Madison, Wisconsin, was a week end guest at the home of her cousin, Mrs. R. E. Wehler. She came to attend the funeral of her uncle, Henry Kunz. Fldells Is employed In toe safety deposit department of i Madison bank. BUI Dalley has been confined to his ied the past ten days suffering with a gastric ulcer. He Is (retting along nicely and expects to be out the last f the wieek, although he does not ilan to return to school for a time. Mrs. Ann Zlttritsch Is caring for him. Elsie Helmke, who hns been empioy- d for several years at the N. C. Rice lome and the Call Theatre, was In \lgona Tuesday for the first time since her recent operation at Rochester. Ince returning from Rochester she s been convalescing nt the liome of icr parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. H. Helme at Whlttemor?. Among those from here who attend- d the Iowa-Minnesota fcotbnll gnme t Iowa City were: Dr. nnd Mrs. Lee Vugent, Dr. nnd Mrs. W. D. Andrews, Mrs. Forest Twogood, Mr. nnd MW Chicken Supper by Royal Neighbors at Legion Hall Sat., November 3 licyin serving al "> Public invited. H. M. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. TKm Hutchison, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. White, Mr. and Mrs. Joel Herbst. Mr. and Mrs. Melzar FaJkrfnhalncr, Mr. wand Mhs. Walter Ixirenj!, Mr. and Mrs. Don Nu- grnjt, Robert Harrington, Mrs. Mar- giirritp Keneflck, Mrs. Cidney Laird, Dr. and Mrs. M. O. Bourne.' Mrs. Mildred Topf, Luke Linnan, ;.•!;•. ;.:;:! Mrs. JoHn Haggard, Mr: and Mrs. R. B. WAlIer. LEO J. WEGMAN DEMOCRATIC CAND IDATE for STATE TREASURER Second Term f^UALIFIED for re-election because of his ^ J » economical and businesslike administration. Departmental operating expenses for 1933 were $104,000 under 1932 expenses; this represents a substantial saving for the taxpayers of Iowa. This aivrrliicmrnt orArrtA ant paid for by friends of Mr. /WWAftWAW^^ Used Cars 1934 Ford V-8 tudor, mileage 3800 1933 Chevrolet coupe, like new 1933 Chevrolet truck, long wheelbase 1934 Ford tudor, 1928 Ford coupe, 1926 Ford sedan One model T truck, first class condition. BELL MOTOR Co. Ssvca ('it v, ln\va TERMS Phone (if) ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••£ SAVE For your hunting trip we have the old reliable Peters hard hitting shells. Try a set of our heavy duty Lock Seal batteries on that Radio. For 10 days only we offer this regular $1.50 battery at $1.25 each. Dry Cells at 25c each. We have just a few of those Aladdin lamps at the low price of $3.25. If you are planning on an Alad din get it before November 10th. After that date they will be sold at the regular price of $4.95. 12 qt. high grade tin Martin dairy pails at 35c, three for $1.00. Kohlhaas & Spilles HARDWARE m&ixoxesx^^ Winter Is Here Fill that Radiator with anti-freeze. We have Alcohol, G. P. A. and Prestone. Winter Oil and Easy Shift for motor and gears. Let us fix your car for winter driving. Just received the New Standard Chevrolet Sedan, delivered at Algona at $642.00 including tax. USED CARS One 1928 Chevrolet cocah One Willys Knight Kohlhaas Bros. White's Grocery WEEK END SPECIALS Corn Flakes 10 r 2 Ige. pkgs. At/V Cookies 9Q/» all fancy, 2 Ibs. _**«*** Coffee ~ good quality, 1 lb. 3 Ibs. for 56c Maple Syr pure, qt. bottle __ Puffed Wheat 3 packages 25c Starches Corn or gloss, 2 fo 15c Pumpkin two No. 2 cans __ Laundry Soap 91 r Sunny Monday, 10** *^* Chevrolet coach Chevrolet sedan Sedan Chevrolet coupe s, automotive

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