The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 8, 1934 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 8, 1934
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LONE ROCK MAN ON HUNTING TRIP TO RIVER ISLAND But Shooting Was Poor, 8 N. L. Cotton States on Return Lone Rork: Mr. and Mrs. ton motored to Ames for vis Rnd Mr Sncll »t° Uhus ' nead of i at A" 168 - w«t to small Island in the Mississippi 13 mnea from Davmport, where they spent an enjoyable week end hunting Cotton reported that shoot™** 8 f th * lar e<> flights had ' The Darty returned .' and **• and Mrs - Cot- returned home that night. Wft tson , c l u £. mefc at last Tuesday. t'* chester A^e assisted at the bank during N. L. Cotton's absence ThSSL Eg 1 ** and fion> D8lc - vjslfc( tf Thomas Guest at Bancroft Sunday. The Carl Raths entertained the Wm Barker family of Swea City Sunday. The Arthur Blerstedt family of Burt spent Sunday at the E. c. Blerstedt The Algona Upper Pes Moines. Algona Iowa. November 8, 1934 Joe Brown, a "Six Day Bike Rider' at The Call, Friday, Saturday » ¥"; ^ T " "*" or Whlttemore via- Ited at the J. M. Blanchard home on Tuesday. »,«£, Hallowe'en costume party wfes held at the R. T. Angus home Wednesday night. Rev. S. M. Gladstone had charge of the preaching services at Lakota on Sunday night. The Henry Schultz family of Em- Jrg were Sunday visitors at the l Kraft home. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rahn were week end visitors at the Frederick j. Erlck- con home at Granger. Arnold Sanders and family of Lu- Verne were Sunday guests at the home of his brother, Otis Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Genrich and family spent Sunday at the W. D. Hauck " F. L. past week here, returned home with him. Mrs. John Rath entertanled at family dinner Sunday, the Will and Harvey Rath families, Mrs. Johnson o Algona and the Albert and Chris Shaser families. Mrs. M. E. Blanchard of Irvlngton Mrs. Mary Bruraon of Chicago anc Mrs. Edward Blanchard and children visited at the Fred Genrich. Alex Krueger and Lawrence NewbVouRh homes from last Monday until Wed' nesday. at Rumboldt, and the Hauck home at Livermore. The John Thompson family of Royal visited the Andrew Thompson home Saturday and Sunday. They also called at the Jay Godden home. Misses Beulah Gladstone, Florence Householder and Emily Joslin left for Cedar Rapids Friday. They attended the Coe homecoming Saturday. Orville Rosendahl of Superior visited Sunday at the Wm. Krause home. Hto wife and baby who have spent the Armstrong-Seneca Newa, Social Notes Armstrong-Seneca: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft entertained as their guests Sunday in honor of Mrs. Looft's birthday: Mr. and Mrs. Ole Johanneson and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Johanneson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wilberg and family, Mrs. Bertha Looft and daughter, Johnette of Wesley. The guests presented Mr. Looft with an Aladdin lamp as a token of remembrance. Gerald Halverson had his tonsils removed Wednesday at Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Larson moved to their new home In Burt last week. Mr. and Mrs. Tom St. John sp:nt Sunday at the Bllsborough home near Fenton. A large crowd from Seneca attend e 8t Armstron * Saturda evening of Swea An'de'rion. 611 " Wlth hW frlend ' boreu >' and Satul " Mrs. Joe Kennedy and Mrs Mike Kennedy sp:nt Sunday afternoon at the Earl Preston home. nd ' darter of Mr. and iu f Norland - ha * be«n on the sick list the past two -weeks. Mr and Mrs. Bromely spent Sunday .L.? 6 « ome of thielr daughter and amlly, Mrs. Truman Johnson. Miss Orva Halverson of Ames spent th-s week end at the home of her par- nts, Mr. and Mrs. Jens Halverson. ---- - ----- .v^^n iviiuusun ana aughter, Dorothy of near Armstrong pent Sunday at the John Blum home „*?• and Mrs. R. j. Campbell and sons, Duane and Kenneth spent Sun- Paul *> n Mrs. Ralph Campbell spent Thursday afternoon at the home of her Election Is Over! Now Let's Enjoy a Good Meal of LONG'S MEAT A good, juicy steak or baby beef roast, or a nice piece of lamb. Anything you want in Pork, fresh or smoked. LONG'S Food Shop Harvey of Mrs. H. Holmes and son. Can and of Mrs ' Holm «s of Cedar Falls "' Pct ' Jrson home Mr. and Mrs. Clem Doteon and son, and Eva Kracht the Sheldon Miss Alice Hoeck of Swea aty spent Sunday afternoon at the A. T. Paulson home. Miss Hoeck Is a sUtcr of Mrs. Paulson. Miss Pauline Osborn who teaches a rural school at LuVerne, spent Sunday at the home of her mother, Mrs Anna Osborn. Mrs. Loren Byer* to helping tor friend, Miss Pean Mitchell of Pttlr pjont take care of her duties In a rea tnurant there. Supt. and Mrs. H. A. Reyman and NEW LEDYARD CREAMERY [Leo R. Anderson Moved in to Welfare House on Sunday Lrdyard: Leo R. Anderson is the new buttermaker at th c local creamery H and Mr*. Anderson moved Into fh H. Welfare house Sunday. Mrs. Alfred Schartrntiorf hn.s the care Primers Ynhnlre hiri the mitortun<- to ffill last week and cracked the bone In her left arm. Mrs. V. A. Barrett will entertain thc Woman's Foreign Missionary society Friday afternoon. Stipt. and Mrs. A. E. Lauritzen went to Des Motes Thursday to attend the state teachers' meeting. Mrs. Ella Gclhaus was In Lakota on Sunday acting us sponsor for the new son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Poppe. Sunday, Nlov. II, Rev Hotchklss will preach both morning and evening in the Methodist church Connie and Paul and Thomas Oarrv entertained their friends at a Hal- lowe'en party last Wednesday even Norms Estle, the youngest child o Mr. and Mrs. Ray Estle, had her ton slls removed at Bancroft last Wednes day. Alethia Brack left Monday for St Cloud, Minn., to visit for a week a the home of her aunt, Mrs. Moorehouse. The small son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kicnter has been very seriously ill the past w«k. They expect to take him to Rochester for examination. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Garry, Cecil Peterson, Harold Granner and Arvld Brand attended the Minnesota-Michigan game at Minneapolis Saturday. Paul Robinson of Relnbeck came on Saturday for Mrs. Robinson and son, who have visited the past week at the nome of her sister, Mrs. Roy Link. Mr. ad Mrs. H. D. Mayne and fam- ly drove to Alden to visit Mrs. Wayne's arcnts, Mr. and Mrs. Qus Nuenfeldt, over the week end. James Logan who s in school at Iowa City, me t them or week end visit. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson and Duane and Mrs. George Moulton and Alice drove to Salem, South Dakota, Saturday to visit over the we*k end with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Welnbereer and Mrs. Galagan. The M. E. Ladles' Aid mtt Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. H D Mayne with Mrs. Frank Kelly and Mrs. Carl Burrows as assisting hostesses. Mrs. Tlce Brack Joined the Aid, making a total of nine new members. On Saturday the children of Mrs. iere is SUBSTITUTE ••••••••••••••7; QUALITY... big PARADE of Fall BUYERS is coming to ... 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Tapestries, etc. We Cover Buttons Modern Dry Cleaners Phone 5:57 from Mrs family returned last Tuesday Larchwood where tiny visited Jleyman's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Christiansen of Ringsted spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Christiansen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. j. Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. j. w. Campbell and family and Mr. and Mrs. Tom St. John and family tpent Thursday tvenini? at the A. T. Paulscn home. Mrs. Anna Osborn returned to h*r home Sunday after helping care for her daughter, Mrs. Wm. Brown of Armstrong who recently underwent an operation. Mrs. P. H. Jensen, Mrs. Clarence Osborn and Mrs. C. O. Bailey attended a bridge party at the home of Mrs. E. C. Wclsbrod In Fenton last Tuesday afternoon. Ed F. Anderson and daughter, Lucille and Miss Helen Walstrand of rs Albert West gave a birthday party In her honor at her home. Those who attended were Mr. and Mis. Virgil Loucks, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Miller, the Alvln Bush family, the Willis Pingle family and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Plngie and son. On Thursday evening tire frtendo of Lawrence M«yn«i held a birthday par ty In hte honor, .progressive a\re him dred furnished entertainment for th evening. Those who attended were Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Zlelskc, Dernar Anderson. Alice Mayne. Bernard Payne Otto Curtis Luetta Gelhaus, Mary Elen McDonald and Marjorle Matzner 19 50 • ~ LAKOTA NEWS bwea City spent the week end at Ce- girls visited former dar Rapids. The .school chums. Mr. and Mri. Otto Wlllberg and family and Mrs. Linus Jensen and her daughter, Beverly, spent Sunday at the home of th* ladles' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jens Halverson. Twenty Years Ago News A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs F. W. Klenitz on Saturday morning. The E. N. Clomans family were up rom Burt Sunday calling on friends. Miss Dorothy Theil of Buffalo Cener, was visiting' friends here Sunday. J. A. Meyer, west of town, Is the first man In this vicinity to shell his 1934 corn crop. The Presbyterian Ladies will hold their annual bazaar and supper next Saturday evening, Nov. 10th. Rev. Henry Kruse of Woden was here Sunday afternoon attending the- services at the Pmbyterian church I 22 50 OVERCOATS The Greatest Selection in North Iowa Year's Latest Styles and Fabrics A baby gin had been born to Mr and Mrs. Win. Dehnerl the previous week. Tlu- grocery firm of Lewis & Stcph- •nson had dissolved and Mr, Stephenson had taken over the business. Fred Schaeffer, son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Faxson, rmd been elect- d county attorney in Chlckasaw coun- y the previous week. Miss Frankie Knight of Spencer had eslgned her position as organist at the Kthodlst church. Miss Lolo Quick of Aihtoon, Illinois, had been selected as er successor. This issue contained a number of Utes of heroes of the World War, which was being fought at that time. Talcs f bravery, of a 73-year old man and 12-year old boy fighting in the army Tier* w«-e also tales of strange bullet ounds where the putknt miraculuus- lived. The Algona high school ioctbatl team had not be-tn faring any too well twenty years ago and had had a streak of bad luck. However, the previous week they had played WOtettir City arid beaten them with a score- of 9 to 6 Harlan Lacy had been ijijured during the guine. his shoulder having been dislocated and thc ligaments torn. Twenty delegates frcm Blue Earth Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Powers were entertained at dinner last Sunday at the G. Dltsworth home west of Bancroft. Mrs. Louise Schmitt of Burt was here on Friday visiting friends and nt- t.ndlng the funeral services of Wm Aalderte. The Wade Balls had as gueit-s one owning last week, the Mosdarnes Fred Park of Algona and Mrs. Guy Hart of Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Uolanrt Gable were up from Alijona on Sunday visiting relatives and attending the mission te&tj- val at the Prtsbyterian church. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Meyer and fou children and J. A. Meyer spent ie ernl days the latt-.r part of the wtv with relatives at Sauk Center, Mini The Jerry Sell utter family of Wes Bend were here Sunday attending tile mission; festival at UK- Prefcbytei church, and visiting at the home o Mrs. Minnie Heetlawd. Mr. and Mrs. w. E. Ley went to Howa City to spend Sunday with their son, William. They were accompanied by Mrs. C. R. Smith who wuit to visit her sister, Mrs. M. Kent. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Worley were at Sagle Grove on Saturday where they attended the funeral services of Mrs Worley's uncle, J. Bailey, who pasted •Jway suddenly last Wednesday evening. The had viiiteti had been "Blue Eurih Trail ou Saturday uiid the way Number of uiie tlu au - • —- , , automobile road fixui tiic Twin cities to connect with ihe Lincoln highway iiji *-_ie uniue with a twenty inch stripu ui white- with a four inch bund ol black. The Alyouu club wo., to uiaxk a njaU south ui>o m UK- n Lu r future und plaaueci to call u th.- ••AI- Tr*U." Methodist Church J. II. Edge, I). I)., pastor Women's Foreign MUdonary .society will meet at tl?e church at 2 30 P. M. Thursday. Nov-.mber 8th. Sunday ServkVo: Sunday School at 0:45 a. in. Morning worship at 10:45 with sermon by the pastor. Epwc.rth League devotional meeting u t <j;3o p m., with a lesson uppropiute to Armistice Day led by Milton Nonou. At 7:30 p. m, there will l> a ujjion «;r- vice with an tiddre.v> by L)r Win J Johnstone. Perhaiki iu nun m our 85 19 50 22 50 24 50 Freeman Shoes style shoe of Americ.'i for l mr }, „,<,„ aiu | \K men. \VV lit you, and Frccnum's you comfort and service at 3.95 5.00 Winter Underwear A visit to our underwear department will prove an aid to your poekethook, and you will find just the ganm-Ml you need. ( Wto.f ribs, fleeces, part wools, silk and wool mixtures, 100'; wools, t.) fit longs, ivgnlar* shorts or stouts, sixes iij> to f>4 98c AND UP KVKKY AHTH'l.E SOLD IN THUS STORK MI WILL . . . YOU MAY ALKO BK ASSURED YOU n)UKTKOim, KFFiriKNT SALMSMKN AT ALL TIMES. Al AKK ( iOOJ, ()J > i VF WILL UK SFIJ\'F1> HY NXIOUS TO l'| K VSK V(*r county Is a belter authority on Abn- Dr. LiuculH, iii> lu e a/id work, ihun Juhilhtoiu-. He ti the uuUiui U J rul books, me ot Hi. m bnii" ••Lincoln, [lie ClirioLiuu." Hu -Aill spt-aH Sunday i-vuiuig on Luicoln. The Ladtca AiU iuclety will .vn-j; U.-U- annual chicken uuuu-r m lur | church dining ruum Saturday, Nu,,..,- 1 IXT lOUl. 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