The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 1, 1934 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 1, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, November 1, 1934 Corn Thieves at Work, Irvington Reporter Declares f?J - , It tan3n in this communitv. Two farmers have so far reported com be^W husked and tafcen from the fields. It the culprits are captured they should receive the full benefit of the law. Mrs. Sam Reaper visited for several •days last week with her son. Charles east of Alsona. . The Royal Netehbcr club was entertained last Tuesday at thn home of BITS. Raiini Brown. The Friendly Hour club of Rlverdale townshlD win meet the first Wednesday in November with Mrs. Peter Thilaw. Barnev Caster la at the home of hit daughter. Mrs. Oleo Black, this week. He la doing reuair work on the outside MJB. Wm. Metzen Is at Sheldon visiting her sister and assisting with the household activities, she will remain until after corn nicking. The Fred Doles of Irvinrton and the Frank SkiUlne family of Aleona were Sunday dinner guests at the Sim Leleh home in Sherman township. The many friends of Everett Bowman, brother of Eunice Bowman, will be> elad to hear he is somewhat improved from his recent illness. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Sill visited -Sunday at. the Wm. Schwab home near Stilson. Mr. Schwab formerly owned the farm now tenanted bv the Bills. Barney and John Frank! accomoan- led bv Henry Eischeid are in western Nebraska and South Dakota, where they are buying cattle. They left on Saturday and will return In about a week. Guests at the George Johnson home •'Sunday were Mrs. Johnson's Barents. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Lee dark of Britt. also the Ben Potter. Tom Young and Rov Fitch families. The Miller sisters, north of Sexton, entertained about fifty friends at a Hallowe'en natty at the shelter house last Friday evening. Games and dancing orovided tha entertainment for the .evening. Frank Dltsworth mirchased a tractor recently and is olowing the Quarter section south of his place which he has rented for the coming vear. Matt Klrsch of Bode owns the land, it having no buildings. Mrs. Carl Brown was hostess to the Cresco Embroidery club last Wednesday afternoon. Eighteen ladles were DPcsent. Mrs. Raton Brown had charge of the Drogram and a two course luncheon was served. Mrs. Morris Parsons returned to her home the fore nart of the week after a minor operation at the hospital. Edith Reed, cousin of Mr. Parsons, is staving at th? Parsons home during Mrs. Parsons' absence. Miss MarJorle Johnson observed her 18th birthday recently bv entertaining a few friends informally last Friday evening. Mariorie is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson of the Rich Point neighborhood. Friends here will be sorry to hear of the critical illness of Howard Bliss of Salem. Iowa. Mr. Bliss is a brother of Mrs. Robert Smith, now deceased, both visited many times here when the Clearv familv lived in this vicinity. Henrv ScheppmaTi. his daughter. Minnie, and son. LeRov. motored to Round Lake, Minn.. Saturday and returned Sunday bringing Mrs. SCIV'.PP- ma home with them after an extended vteit she had made with relatives and frtenda. Victor Hammer started nicking corn J Armor Lemokee last Thursday. For l wo JT onth8 Vlc h « been em- by Edward Mawdslev. The Ba- mllv live In trw Mawdslev t«n- f, JJ 0 ." 8 *! h ?, vln 5 m ? ved here recently from the Burt vicinity. Miss NeWa Volentlne. teacher In school district No. 1. Riverdato town- tr.ii 1 w ? d her 14 DUDUa oresented a Halloween Drogram to the friends and neopte of their school district last Frt- yay-fjenlng. A good steed crowd attended. After the program then* was a box sodal and lunch waa served to those not bringing baskets. Omar Clearv returned to his home Monday after having been a oatlent at the Kossuth hospital for about eight weeks. Recently he waa able to walk some. His many friends wlah him « most speedy recovery. Word also received from KirkavlUe. Mo., conveys the information that Dunt Smith is somewhat Unmoved. "Uncle Dunt" is always a welcome visitor in the Irvington vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Barker returned last Thursday from Owatonna. Minnesota, where they had attended the funeral of Glen Olinger. 29. nephew of Mr. Barker. The voung man was ill only a short thne and died of pneumonia. Glen was the son of W. E. Olinger. who many years ago lived on the old Fryp olace. now owned bv H. C. Adams and tenanted by the Paul Palmers. Glen's mother is a sister of Mr. Barker. Burial was made at Owatonna. Word was received here Tuesday that Miss Effie Egel and Everett Van Stenberg were married last Saturday In Detroit. Mich, E£rte is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Egel. prominent Irvinirton) farmers. Everett is a nephew of Paul Hudson, and has made his home with the Hudsons on various occasions. He is now employed hi a print shoo In' Flint. Michigan, where the young couplp will reside. Congratulations are extended to this young couple who have alwavs been prominent in' Irvintrton's social life. WHITTEMQRE NEWS Jean Henry, who Is employed in West Bend is enlovlng a two weeks' vacation. Francis Schumacher of Oilmore Citv spent the week end at the Mike Schumacher home. Bernice Ludwig and Mariorie Elbert of Waterloo spent Sunday at their respective homes. Hamr Seelev of Irvington spent Wednesday afternoon with his mother. Mrs. Frank Seelev. Mars Ann Kopnen spent the past week with her grandmother. Mrs. Marv Bruhn near Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Braatz and family visited Albert and Marv Swanson at Klemme Sunday. Helen Farrell of Forest Citv spent the week end with her mother. Mrs. Nell Farrell and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Peril spent the week end visiting relatives and friends at Marshalltown. Rev. W. H. Dtecher attended the conference held for Lutheran ministers In Algona last week. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mcdreerv and family of Fonda spent Sunday at the Dr. J. W. McCreerv home. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fleming soent Sunday with Bridget Fleming at Emmetsburg who has been auite 111. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fleming and daughter. Mary Corinne. vislt.ed with Jim Ffcming at Mason Citv Friday. Mr. and Mrs. John Hurzel and family of Mason Citv spent the week end visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry Folder. Loretta Elbert returned home Monday from Mason City after spending the week end with her sWter. Hildred. Matt Krebsbach of Bird Island. Minnesota, spent the week end here with his wife, Mrs. Lena Krebsbach. M&v Catherine Roonev returned horn* Sunday after spending a week with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Miller at Roval. Mrs. IreiM Roonev and family were Sunday visitors at the home of her sister. Mrs. Joe Jovcfe and family at Emmetsbunr. Mr. and Mrs. Frank RkreU and family returned home Wednesday from Waterloo where they had visited their son Willis and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Helnrich and son. Edgar, returned Tuesday from Addl- son. 111., after attending the funeral of tihe former* mother. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Geelan. Margaret Fandel and Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Oeelan and son. Jhnmv visited relatives at Ruthven Sunday. Henry Frombach and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Derner went to Bancroft on Monday to spend the day with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Droessler and other friends. Friends of Herman Rantzow in RosevlUe. California, received word that he died at his home there. He lived here for a number of years, running a .shoe shoo. Chan Dallev. who has been employed at Bellevue. arrived Friday to spend a few davs with Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Weir. Mr. Dallev has accepted a position with the light plant at Algona. Joe Henrv. who has been a patient at the Kossuth hospital the past two and one-half months, following an appendicitis operation, was dismissed on Tuesday and is now at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Henrv. Hugh Duffy and Harold McDonnell went to Iowa Citv Friday tx> attend the Iowa-Minnesota football game on Saturday. They were accompanied bv Mrs. Catherine O'Brien and Mrs. Tim O'Brien, who visited Mary Alma O'Brien at Oakdale. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schumacher and sons. Edward and Joseph returned home Saturday evening after attending the funeral of Mrs. Theresa Schumacher at Seymour. Illinois. ' Peter Schumacher had made his home with this aunt after he cam* to this country from Germany. Burt Machine in Auto Smash Near Corwith, Sunday Burt: Mr. and Mrs. Earl Reid and family Mere in an auto accident Sunday near Corwith. It Was about dr*sk and as they turned onto the main road their car struck another car. No one waa inlured. although the cars were auite badlv damaged. Catohe* largest Fish Mlkte Bear caught the largest fish of the season at Tuttle lake one day last week. It waa a pickerel and weighed ten pounds and measured 34 inches. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Whitehlll left Saturday for Lodl. Wisconsin, where they will visit relatives. Mrs. Bertha Wallace returned home Friday from Aredale. where she visited her daughter. Ila. Rav McWhohter came home Friday fnom Chicago where lv» attended the fair and visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Graham and children of Fenton spent Sunday at the Wm. Boettcher home. The Methodist ladles will serve a dinner November 6th. on election day at the church dining room. Mrs. Mavme Hoflus and Mrs. Llovd Elston entertained the Mltp society at their home Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Ed Sanderson and Mrs. Fred Lavrenz went to Des Moines Friday night where they visited relatives. Mrs. W. T. Kennedy has been en- loylng a visit from her sister. Mrs. R. W. Dalziel of Mlnot. North Dakota. Mr And Mrs. Llovd Bartlett. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ladendbrf spent Saturday evening at the W. A. Ladendorf home. Mies lone Monet: and her (father drove to Verndale. Minn., to visit relatives. They returned home Thursday. Mrs. G. C. Glddlngs and son. Wm, returned horn* Monday morning from South Dakota, where they visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Roberts and Mrs. Roberts' two brothers were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Fox recently. Mr. and Mrs. Qeonre Peters of Ren- ARMSTRONG SENECA NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Denton and family and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Denton and family of Wllmar, Minn., are spending several days at the S. L. Denton and Sheldon Merrill homes. Friends and neighbors of Mrs. Jew Madden pleasantly surprised her on her birthday Monday afternoon. A delicious lunch was served by the guests and the afternoon was spent socially. P. H. Jensen and son, Perry, spent several days last week hi Des Mrinea visiting their daughter and sister, Mrs. Guy Griffith and family. His mother, Mrs. Hans Jensen, who has been visiting at the Griffith, home, returned Mrs. J. P. Krug and daughter, Martha of Atkins, Iowa, Mrs. Marie Jacobs and Henry Hoeck, Jr., amd son, Maynard of Swe* City were Sunday supper guests at the A. T. Paulson home. Mrs. Paulson is a nleoe of Mrs, Krug and a sister of Mr. Hoeck. wick spent Sunday afternoon here at the C. S. Coffin. Jr.. home. Mrs. Peters is a cousin of Mrs. Coffin. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Burklev and family of Webster city spent Saturday and Sunday at the J. H. Graham home. Mrs. Burklev and Mrs. Graham are sisters. A son waa bora to Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Stevens, Oct. 30nd. Mr. and Mrs. Stevens lived here until late spring when they moved on a farm near Svea Citv. A babv bov waa bom to Mr. find Mrs. Clayton Johnson one day last yfcek. Mm. Johnson will be remembered here aa Miss Innte Dexter, a daughter of Mrs. Tulle Dexter. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lee and baby of Cylinder spent Sunday afternoon at the Will Carney home. Mr. and Mrs. Lee were in the cafe for some time hern before going to Cylinder. Ross Rlnosdorf of Iowa Falls has been helpng his brother Ted husk corn. Rosa lives In the drouth district and the corn fodder there was cut early for fodder and there is no corn to husk. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Phelns and two children. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Soerr- ing and two children. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Halverson and children. Earl and Vernal Zwlefel were guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Larsen Sunday. Mrs. C. C. Smith. Mrs. K. J. Smith and O. P. McDonald drove to Sioux Citv Wednesday to get Mrs. K. J. Smith's sister. Mrs. Walter Bove of Chicago. Mr. McDonald visited at the horrte of his son. Cecil. They returned home Thursday. A surprise party was given Thursday evening for Mrs. I. N. Morness. Those attending wero Mr. and Mrs. Llovd Schenck. Mr And Mrs. Curtis Hodlng. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Chloman. Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Paters. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Scott and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney John. Claude Toothman of Fort Dodse and his sister. Mrs. John Crane of Humbold f camp here on Tuesday of last week and took Mr. and Mrs. Harl Toothman and Evelyn to Albert Lea. Minn., where they attended 'the funeral of their brother-in-law. Fred Edwins. F. L. Pratt and daughter. Zelpha Bar> drove to Iowa City Saturday to attend the football game and to visit Marllda. Mrs. B. W. Brooke and Maro:Ua accompanied them and visited Oriel. Mrs. Brooke and Marcella went from Iowa Citv to Chicago, where they spent* several davs. hfl Woman's club met Monday night at tfie home of Mrs. R. H. Thompson with Miss Mildred Anderson assisting. Mrs. Mitchell read a paper on "Religioua Change" and a paper bv Mrs. J. O. Vogel "Shall We Haw a Better Government" waa read. A discussion followed. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Ewen and family of Jeffers. Minn.. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Berg and little son of Rochester. New York. Mrs. Effie Ehridge of Cal- Isnder. Mr. and Mrs. Will Ufford of Aredale. Iowa. Lawrence Wotoott. of Mankato. Minn., and Wm. Elvidg* were dinner guests at the C. B. Chloman home Sunday. Mrs. Effie Elvidge accompanied her daughter. Mra. Berg, to her home at Rochester, and will spend thp winter there. Mr. tad Ml Ross Elvidge and daughter. Mr. tuxf Mrs. Ray Jensen and children of Lone Rock spent the afternoon at the Chipman home also. Why Vote For Those Who Have Attempted To Deceive, Rule and Ruin Us? I J Republican D D D Gold International Banker & Hirelings Turner Schoby Democrat D D Santa Glaus International Banker & Hirelings Who Serve [xJsHORT The Farmer-Labor vote is a vote that you want to know the truth. A FarmsT-Labor vote Is a vote for those who are experienced servants of their fellow men. This Ad Paid for by Voters In Springfield Township groups of p«opl« are interested in telephone service TELEPHONE USERS who pay tor •err< ice — To them we aim to provide Mtlifaetory Mrriee at • f«lr TELEPHONE EMPLOYEES who provide icrvlce—To them we «lm to p«y reasonable wiget and afford agreeable working eott* dltloni. 850,000 INVESTORS— 210,000 of them hooscvlvci—vrlioie uv ingl provide telephone properly—We aim to keep secnre the savings Invested in the bnntncss and pay fairly for their use. To best scrvr, and serve fairly, the interests of all—and of each — is our constant aim and policy. It is to the interest of each group that all be treated fairly. NORTHWESTERM BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY WWWWWWWWWIiVWVWWWWVVWVV^ Clyde L. Herring (or GOVERNOR Reelection of a Democratic state government in November will be Iowa's best guarantee that her interests will continue to receive friendly consideration in Washington and that her affairs will be ably administered at Des Moines. NELS G. KRASCHEL for Lieutenant Governor MRS. ALEX MILLER for Secretary of State CHARLES W. STORMS for Auditor of State LEO J. WEGMAN for Treasurer of State EDWARD L. O'CONNOR for Attorney General RAY MURRAY for Secretary of A 9 riculture Vote the Roosevelt Ticket November 6 Joseph J. Meyers for CONGRESS SUPREME COURT JUDGES W. H. Hamilton James M. Parsons Paul W. Richards Leon W. Powers RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS Harry B. Dunlap G-eo. A. Huffman DISTRICT JUDGE C. C. Coyle Advertisement Election of Democratic Candidates Assures Continuation of Iowa's Own New Deal. I You're Invited to the KOSSUTH COUNTY DEMOCRATIC RALLY Algona High School Auditorium FRIDAY, NOV. 2, 8 P. M. SPEAKERS A. H. Bonratetter J. L. Bonar T. E. Diamond Published by the Kjossuth County ROOSEVELT alone can't continue these New Deal benefits for us—he must have loyal co-workers in Congress, in our state and local governments—he must have "teammates" who are for his program heart and soul, or he can't have the "team work" that has produced such splendid results. Only the Democratic Candidates are pledged to uphold the President's program. Re~Elect A. H. BONNSTETTER for State Representative Chairman of Appropriations Committee and Recognized Leader in the House Re-Elect For Second Term the most economical county officiate you ever had. It's money in your pocket book. E. J. BUTLER for Auditor M. J. DUFFY for Treasurer E. J. McEVOY for Clerk of Court CARL DAHLHAUSER for Sheriff J. J. DOOLEY for Recorder MAURICE C. McMAHON for County Attorney R. A. EVANS for Coroner FOR COUNTY SUPERVISORS W. F. BAUM—from the Fifth District W. E. McDONALD—from the Second District THOMAS O'DONNELL^from the Fourth District Democratic Central Cuimiiitee) vwwwwwwuv^AMAv^Jwywwv^Ai^^

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