The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 22, 1934 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 22, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, November 22, 1934 Drusilla Caughlin was 111 he first of *ne week with a sore throat and fevsr. Mrs. Matt J. Selzer suffered a bad case of tonstlitte last week but is recovering now. Dr. Magnus Lichter and Art Nord- *trum attended the Drake-Ames football game aP Ames Saturday. Mrs. Glen Branson of Mason City aa a guest over the week end of the Misses Carrie and Chris Wernert. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Reed and son, Lee, Jr., spent Sunday in Eagle Grove with relatives. They returned here Monday. Eleanor LaBarre was able to return to school Monday after several weeks- absence with a severe case of tonsill- tis. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Good and grandson, Jffcry, visited ttie flatter's lather, George, in Spirit Lake Sun- flay. Bernard Smith of South Dakota arrived Wednesday at the home of his uncle, Willard Rlnggenberg for an indefinite stay. Kathrvn Holtzbauer. cashier at the "diratensen brothers store, visited with friends in Esthsrville Sunday. She returned Monday. Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Sjostrand Jeft Monday for Mason city and McGregor where they expected to stay several days on business. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lynk visited on Sunday at the home of the latter's brother, Howard R. Wolle, in Minnesota Lake, Minnesota. • Jimmy Joe, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. John Bteser, has been ill since last week. His condition is showing some Improvement at this writing. Tom Prankl returned Friday from "Woodstock, Minnesota, after spending nearly a week there on business in connection with his mother's farm. Mr. and Mrs. Walter McCoy of Osage visited over the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mercer. The Betty Gtmn, Josephine Carr, Lorraine Morrison, Betty Laird, Meredith Richardson and J. Robert Hoerner attended a young people's conference at R™A Brltt ,.°oTiereKational church on Sunday afternoon. Bcrnice Joynt of Mallard is spend* 151 the c - A - Jo^t home- two men . fraternitv brothers — ,._„.» „„ «.^ vy. j^, uuvnu imnw i. A. H. Kaplan of St. Paul is a guest of her sister, Mrs. Joe Bloom, at this time. Mrs. Kaplan plans to stay about a week longer. EliratKth Nugent, popular secretary at the Algona Insurance Agency, is taking a week's vacation. She left on Saturday evening for Chicago where she will spend the time at the home of her brother, Wm. Nugent. Norma and Irma Gretoer left on Wednesday of bhis week for Minneapolis to attend the opera "Alda. 1 ' They planned to meet their brother nad sister of Big Stone City, South Dakota, in Minneapolis. The girls were to be back Saturday. C. R. LaBarre and son, Bob and Walter Beardsley, went to Waterloo on Sunday to visit. They returned that evening with Mr. LaBarre's mother, Mrs. Mayme LaBarre and Mrs. LaBarre's brothrr-in-law, A. G. Buram, who will visit here a few days. Bernadette Barbaras returned here to the homes of her sisters, Mrs. John Bieser and Mrs. W. J. Payne, Tuesday after visitine several weeks in Des corah. She also spent a number o; days in her home town, Harpers Ferry where she settled business matters. Mrs. Wm. Aelderks of Lakota is now making her home with her daugh- tea. Mrs. Alwin Huenhold. Mrs. Aalderks' husband, well known citizen of Lakota, passed away reosntly. Mrs Aalderks visited at the home of another duaghter in Garner over the week «nd. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Erickson and Louis Moore and Dwlght Parsons drove to Minneapolis Saturday to attend the Chicago-Minnesota game. Mr. Erick- Mrs. c. F. Erickson • . .. Joe Lowe kf t Saturday afierooon | £ ° n * s'ster-in-law, Mrs. c. F. Erickson =companied by a friend from"SS?.' l, M . lnneap < : > 1 *' « tu ™* here with the accompanied by a friend from Buf- lalo Center, for northern Minnesota •where the two expected to go moose hunting. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Duffy and son, John Lewis, of Whlttemore visited on Saturday at the Jce Best; nlehner home. Mrs. Duffy is the former Dorothy Bestenlehner. (Mr. and Mrs. Robert Larson and Mrs. P. V. Janse drove to Minneapolis last wwk end. Mr. and Mrs. Larson ^-winded tihe Chicago-Minnesota name, and Mrs. Janse visited with a bro- thcr. Mrs. Ed Sheehan, Mrs. R. W. Roeder, Mrs. Louis Lynk and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey, all members of the Royal Neighbor lodge, attended a Royal Neighbor chicken supper at Corwith Saturday night. 8. E. McMaihoo was able to get down- Atalrs'ln his home Sunday for the first time since he was suddenly taken ill Wednesday after election. His two daughters, Ruth, of Galva, and Mrs. Richard Schmitz and husband of Storm Lake, spent the week end with their parents. [Joe Blooml |Says-Read These Specials , {••••••••••••••••I Shells [Remington Kleanbore] 79c Box of 25 [{•••••••••••••••jl Batteries 13 plate, guaranteed |$2.98ex. Motor Oil gallon, plus tax Winter Flow ••••••••••••• B BATTERIES 45 volt 77c !••••••••••• FELT CAR MATS (•••••••••••••••I HEATERS Model A, 98c GENERATORS ModeT $2.49 exch. (•••••••••••••••i STOVE PIPE & in. 24 in. length ...JL7.5L.. 30x3% Tires $3-49 (••••••••••••••••i Alcohol Rustproof, odorless Get our prices first Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmil JOE BLOOM Ericksons and will visit with them for an indefinite time. Mrs. Juliana Voight returned to Algona Thursday of last week and opened up her house on East Call Etreet. Mrs. Voight has spent the summer months with her daughter, Mrs. M. T. McGuire, mar St. Joe. and also in Fort Dodge. She makes her home in Algona during the winter. Mrs. Matt Osterbauer. patient at the Kossuth hospital the last several weeks was taken to her home Sunday. She was accompanied by Prances Steussy, R. N., who will care for her. Her son. L. M. Osterbauer of Ottawa. Illinois, returned home the latter part of last week after visiting here. Mrs. Leo Spilles underwent an operation for the removal of her tonsils Wednesday morning in the Mercy hospital at Port Dodire. Dr. Martin was the surgeon. Mrs. Spilles' sister, Mrs. Walter Shellmeyer of West Bend, arrived here Wednesday to stay at the Spilles home until Mrs. Spilles recovers. Scotty Anderson of Rochester, New York, representative of the Eastman Kodak Co., was a visitor in Algona last Friday, where he spent the day with his old pal, Will P. Brown, Peterson Studio manager, and gave him instructions in the latest developments in photography which the cently developed. George St. John drove to Rochester, Minnesota, Sunday morning after Mrs. St. John who went up there to undergo an operation for the removal of her gall bladder. She underwent the operation a few weeks ago and Is making ' a remarkable recovery. She returned Sunday evening with Mr. St. John and is now at their home. Bertha Kuchenreuther, nurse in Dr. P. V. Jansc's office, has btvn in pool- health for the past month or so and Thursday evening of last week went to Des Moines for x-rays and examination by a specialist. Her condition was somewhat weakened by the strain and she is not expected home until the last of this week. She will not be able to return to her duties at the office for several more weeks. Her place Is being taken by Mrs. Lyl<? Pugh. Mrs. Henry L. Lavrenz received word early Sunday morning that her brother, Herman Heise of Devil's Lake, North Dakota, had parsed away at 5 The C. S. Johnson store has been newly decorated during the past week Virginia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs C. W. Morck, was ill over the week end. Mr. and M3rs. WhlJRce McDougall and son spent Sunday in Corwith trith friends. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ward became the parents of a baby girl, born Tuesday morning. Wm. Steil and Fred Shuts attended the dog races which were held at Carroll Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Pestotnik and Mrs. Lou Robinson were in Port Dodge Tuesday of last week. John McEnroe returned Saturday after serving on grand jury in Fort Dodge during the week. Mr. and Mrs. H. Bl, White were dinner guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. White, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Stillman and daughter, Ann, were guests at the W. H. Morling home Sunday at Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sarchett and three months old daughter, Dixie Ann of St. Paul were Sunday visitors at the M. G. Bourne home. Esther Behntee, employed at the, Theo. Hutchison home, is taking a week's vacation and is spending it at her home in Whittcmore. Mrs. Nellie McMahon is entertaining a guest. Mrs. O. P. Doyle, of Minneapolis 'Ihis week. Mrs. Doyle plans to stay about a week longer. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Saunders visited with friends in Sioux City Saturday and Sunday. The Saunders formerly lived in Sioux City before coming here. Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Page returned on Tuesday to their home in St. Charles, Minnesota, after visiting over the week end with Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Sawyer. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Duffy and family spent Sunday in Fort Dodge with Mr. and Mrs. Phil J. Dorweller. Mr. Dorweiler is an internal revenue collector. Clarence and Elner Carlson, brothers of Rev. C. Paul Carlson, returned to their homes in St. Paul after visiting here at the Carlson home since Friday. Helen Dingley Us now visKinjg inj Chicago at the home of her sister, Mrs. Wm. Nugent. She has been employed in County Agent BannEtet- te.r's office. Rev. and Mrs. I. F. Metoalf left on Monday for Los Angeles, California, to visit their daughter. Rev. and Mrs. Metcalf have had charge of the Nazarene revival meetings. Mrs. E. J. Rawson, who has been visiting with two sons in Anamosa, is now in Ames at the home of a daughter, Esther Rawson. After Thanksgiving she will visit in Dexter. Burr Towne and a Mr. Schukei of Waterloo spent from Wednesday until Sunday here at home of the former's brother, G. P. Towne. The two men came her e also for duck hunting. Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Richardson visited Friday and Saturday in Ames with their son. Max, a student in Iowa State College. Max had been ill with the flu but is coimpletely rtecovered now. Miss Lizzie. Holm had the misfortune to sprain her ankle Saturday evening in stepping off the curb near the Algonquin. The sprain was quite a bad one and is a great inconvenience to Miss Hohn. company re- Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Shumway and son, David, drove to Peterson, Iowa, Monday to one of the Shumway farms where a barn had been recently burned to the ground. The origin of the flre was unknown. Mrs. F. R. Bandy spent last week with Mrs. C. H. Williams. She returned to her home In BritA Saturday. Mrs. Williams has not been in the best of lealth lately but at the prf.wnt Is ihowlng improvement. Mrs. H. D.. Hutchlns and son, Eugene Tuesday took the former's aunt, Mrs. F. O. Bacon of Minot, South Dakota, to Marshall, Mnlne-'ota, where she will visit at the home of a niece before returning to South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Lyon, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Gilmore, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Morrison, and Dr. and Mrs. H. E. Woodward of Whittemore attended the Chicago-Minnesota game at Minneapolis Saturday and spent the week end there. Mads Christiansen drove to Roch- o'clock Sunday a. m. death was pneumonia. Mr. Helse was Mr. Helse was the oldest of the children in the family and was 54 at the time of death. Mrs. Lavrenz was unable to attend the funeral on account of the weather and the distance. Mr. Helse la survived by his wife and seven children. Get Your PERMANENTS before Thanksgiving All pennanents reduced g until then. g Shampoo and Pinker- § wave g 50c I until Thanksgiving i Cottage Beauty Shop Phone 128 119 South Minn. St. 1 block So. Algouu Creamery 47* ctoactcfcos^^ ester, Minnesota, and returned with Mrs. Christiansen Thursday of last week. Viola Heller of Whittemore, R. N., U taking care of her. Mrs. Christiansen is able to be up out of bed a part of the time. Mrs. T. P. Harrington returned Monday evening after visiting with an aunt Mrs. Mary 8. Prantz, in St. Paul and with a cousin, Mrs. Resler at White Bear Lake. She visited with her daughter, Bernice, student at Mankato Commercial College, over the week end before returning Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Monlux spent the week end in Ames where they attended the Drake-Iowa Stat* football game, guests of their son, William, a member of the squad. Friday evening. Mr. Monlux attended a banquet which wai given in honor of the lathers of the football squad. Mrs. Julia P. Brace left November 3 for Waterloo where she will spend th<; winter v.ith her daughter. Mis* Letty Brace. Mrs. Braoe's. daughter, Mr.i. Doty, came alter her the day before and took her to Waterloo. Mrs. Bruce is well along in her eighties, but is tpry and active and takeo un active interest ill current alfaiis. She keeps her home here in the summer and upends the winters with her daughter. A. H. Stock left Tuesday for . ville, Mr, and Mrs. Jack tavorly of Wesley were guests Sunday at. "the home of Mrs. Haverly's sister, Mrs. W. J. Becker. A statement was Issued from the county clerk's office that the grand Jury will not have to report Tuesday, November 27th. unless called. Luke Liruian and Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Waller were among those who witnessed the Clrica go-Minnesota football game at Minneapolis Saturday. D. H. Goeders was released Monday from the Kossuth hosptal where he had been a patient since Friday taking treatment for stomach trouble. Mr. and Mrs. J. Llndsey of Clarion were guests at the H. M. Harris and Glen Roland homes Sunday. They returned Monday after spending the night at the Roland home. The cast of the junior class play drove to Mason City Friday evening to attend the Mason City all-high school play, "Penny Pirates." Miss Ruth Krelkenbaum accompanied the group. Mrs. Edythe L. DaUey came home on Sunday from Fort Dodge where she had been a patient for three weeks following a major operation. She ex- recte to b e back in her beauty shop in about two weeks. Joe Misbach and son, Lawrence are expected home today from Des Moines where they have been since Sunday attending a Kraft clothing convention and buying new merchandise for the Mi. bach Clothing Co. Mrs. J. P. Helberg returned to her ;ome in Sbeldahl Thuivdav of last week after an extended visit here ai i'he home of her son, Art. Art, who has been confined to his bed for a number )f weeks, with an infection In his toe s still unable to be up and around. Mrs. B. M. Southgate came home on Sunday from BriW; where she had been visiting since Friday. While there she gave a report of the Midwest Reglona meeting which she attended in Grinnell a few weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs T. T. Herbst drove to Brltt Sunday af- -er her. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Evans received vord that a baby daughter had been >orn to their son, Wallace and wife lucsday, November 13th. Mr. and Wrs. Evans, who live in Burlington, are ilso the parents of a son, Bobby, who Is 2% years old. The infant has been named Mary Janet. Melzar Falkenhainer, secretary and manager of the Druggists Mutual Insurance Company, in company with Job James of the Algona Rexall drug store, and Druggist Bjornstad of Spencer, left Tuesday for Missouri Valley to attend a district meeting of the state druggists association. The Kiwanls club is making a col- ection of old clothes to send to Fath- ir Flanagan's home for boys and will ippreclate it very much If anyone who las a contribution to make will take it o the Modern Dry Cleaners or notl- y the Rev. c. P. Carlson, phone 818- J, by Saturday of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. C. Dau and their children returned Monday after vislt- ng since Saturday in Walnut with kfts. Dau's sister, Mrs. Ben Sornsen They also visited a relative who is a patient in a hospital at Council Bluffs Mrs. Dau's mother, Mrs. Peter Ehlers of Swea City, accompanied them. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Williams, Mr and Mrs. Wm. Wallace and Catherine Williams, all of Mason City spent Sunday with the former couple's son, Che 1 Williams. The elder Mr. Williams, who la almost ninety years old, la one o the five remaining veterans cf tlie Civ U war in Mason city. He Is not in good health and it is seldom he is able to take a very Jong trip. Mr. and Mrs. George Stewart drove to Des Moines Wednesday evening of lait week for their daughter, Leona, who graduated from the Iowa School of Beauty Culture. A banquet had aeen held Tuesday evening at which L,eona had been presented a pin In lonor of having the highest grades of ier class. She Is now employed in the Cora D. Miller Beauty shop. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Jones left Saturday morning for Akron. Iowa, to get acquainted with their first grandchild, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Montgomery. They also assisted them in moving here Tuesday. Mr. Montgomery Is employed here as rural mail carrier, beginning Dec. 1st. They will reside at the Jones home. Mr. and Mrs. Jones expect to fpend the winter in California aa also do the Theo. Goeders. FENTON SCHOOL FIVE WINS, 30-8 OVER BANCROFT Fenton: The F:nton-Bancroft. hieh school basketball teams began the conference year with a uame on the home floor. Friday night. The local tuun uo,i by a score cf 30 to 8. It. was a fasi in suite of the onesided score. The score at the half was 12 to 4 in favor of Ft-nton. At the beEinninir of liv third nuarler liuncroK scored fair points. Ponton tlu-n hi'ld Bancroft .scoreless for one and one-half oiiarteri ami niudc 1« ooiiits. Penton's defense wu.s itronu. allowiiur Bancroft onlv tlmv nt.'lcl Koal.s. The name biXwe-'ii the ;;i'comi teams was rather slow and "e.v. Penton Icariimr throughout. .score at the half wa.s 5 u> 5 and ended 0 to 7 in luvor of PentMi. Annual Gufbt Mcelinc The Woman's club held their annual ui6t. day meetiim last, week Tuesday leiini:' ill f:;e Melhodl-,t church oar- lors with this hasbands of iiv-mbe,-., and tlie local .school faculty a^ au<-st.s. where he will make an indefinit-e visit at the home of hU son, Leon and laiiiily. Eriroute he pluiuied to ttop in Eagle Grove to visit hli daughter, Bornioe, wlio leaches there and from tihere went to Von Uudge to visit a niece. Before leaving Iowa he will spend a few days with his brother at Storm Lake and with his son, Kenneth at. Sioux City. Follow the Crowd . . . Thanksgiving Entertainment at Livermore Ewaldt's Eoyal Serenaders and Brown Buddies Colored Eutertuiiiors Singing and DaJiclug Livermoiv J)aine Hall Earl's NiLo Club. Kverbody welcome. Frank save a vocal .solo mav emitled. "Sardines." A one under the direction of Mrs. Merle Mever u'<vn. Tile e;t.->t included til • Mes- dajnt-s W. P. Weiibrod. E. A. Weis>brod. E. J. Frank. Georte Boettcher and W. T. Ohm. A uJiino number bv Virtrini.i Frank cl£&ed the program. A social hour wa^ unlov-.d bv ulavinu uames under the diree'ion of Mrs. C. H. Ger- Refreshments were .vrvixJ after the uanieij bv the hocte.s.v.v M<---- damc.". E. C. Weisbrod. John lA>inlit, GLWKC B-cttcher aJid J. A. Schwartz. Truck. Car Collide Last wcvk Monday morning Amcxs Fiune-stad had his Chevrolet coach I'.iullv damaued in an accident ail th-s lane of tile M. E. Burwaih hume. Mr. fc'inncitad wjj> roturninif home after takhur hu chlldr n to school and Mav- nard Bui-wash backed their track out un the highway caiiainif Die Contact. Nu oiu.- wa..> iniuivd. Mr. and Mrs. Guorui- iSicm.s. living 'AV t uf loftii huw moved iiiD I heir iccfiillv c -a,uletclv modern horn.-.. tk-u ion loreman ana Mro. Matt S.incu.ioi' uf Kiiin.Mi il were \i..iloi>. till.-. uxi.-k MoJid.iv al the siam ijk^iic home. IRVINGTON NEWS *»3C«W9XW!«C830^^ Mrs. Marv Stewart Is visttine indefinitely at tho home of her son. Clevc. .^, IociU rurnl c'"bs met this week. A if 1 "!? CrM ' k L 't*rarv club at the Austin Gardner home for an eveninu C f T $ oartv and thp Cresco Embroidery ciub with Mrs. Ixuren Brown as hostess for an afternocn Miss Leona Slowart. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Georire Stewart, returned fr,;m DCS Moines last Thnrsdav even- in?. havlntr completed a course In beauty culture. Miss Stewart will be cm- nloved in the Oora Mlllrr beautv nar- lor. Clarencp PhilllnR of Snencer visited with his parent's, Mr. and Mrs. Perrv Phillies la.* Wedmxsdav. Clarence Is working for the Nelson Vnult Co.. of Spencer and was here In their interest. Mrs. Anna Philllns Is ateo a truest at the Pnlllins home this week. Mrs PhU- lins is Porrv's mother. In manv instances local bovs are be- ine pmnloved bv the farmers who are htrlnir holn to nick corn. Arthur Maasdam is at the Edward Mawdslev farrrl and Ijewls Eeel at the Frank Bits- worths while Glen Straver Li assistlne with the work at the Frank Katew- .'Ws. 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