The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 16, 1936 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 16, 1936
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 16,1936 ALEX RADIGS.FMON, OBSERVE 25TH WEDDING DATE ON JUNE 8 200 Quests Present and Lotts Creek Band Played Fenton: Mr. and Mrs. Alex Radig celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary at their home lost week Monday evening, June 8, having in- •vited all their relatives to spend the evening with them. Two hundred guests were present to offer congratulations. Rev. Fiene of Lotts Creek was present and gave a short but interesting talk about the success of the couple's marriage. The Lotts Creek Little German band furnished the music. Delicious refreshments were served during the evening. Guests from n distance Included. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Radig and son. James of Wnhpe- ton. North Dakota; Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Theis of Bancroft; Mrs. Arthor Kressin and Mrs. John Kressin and Mrs. Mandy Pittz, nil of Bnr- Tiey. North- Dakota; Helen Radig of Pasadena. California: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wegener and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Geilenfeldt of Algo- tia; Mr. and Mrs. August Zumach of Rolfe: Mr. and Mrs. Reinhold Behnke and family and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Zumach of Whittemore and Mr. and Mrs. Teinhart List of Sexton. The couple received many useful and beautiful gifts. Mrs. Henry Wegener of Algona visited her son, Clarence nnd family Wednesday. Bryan Connell and son. Bryan, Jr., of Des Moines were visitors in the F. H. Bohn home Friday. Susan Goeders of Whitemore did rewing for Mrs. G. W. Yager irf the Clarence Wegener home on last werk Tuesday. Virginia and Shirley Frank visited their uncle, George Frank and family at Charles City since last week Friday. They returned home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. George Newel and son. Eugene and daughter, Mary, and Mrs. Mary Olson, all of this place nnd Florence Newel of Selby, North Dnkotn, a guest at the Newel home were Fairmont visitors on Friday. Mrs. William Donohue entertained Mrs. Clarence Wegener and her daughter, Lorraine, Eunice Johnson, Mrs. Walter Fischer nnd twin daughters. Jeane Ray and Joan Kay and Gcraldine Jensvold on Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Voettler accompanied Mr. and Mrs. George Siems and daughter. Shirley, to Des Moines Saturday for a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ehm. Mrs. Ehm is niece of Mrs!. Voettler. Glenn Kluss of this place employed by the Miller Construction Co at Algona. spent over Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. C Kluss. Miss Leona Kellogg of Gait is a visitor in the Kluss home since last week. Mrs. Nell Farrell. Mrs. Mike Koppen, Mrs. J. W. McGregor, Mrs Ri/^ii. r'innell and Mary Veil, all of Whittemore spenl Wednesday OFFICIAL NOTICE 1936 Old Age Pension Tax Code of Iowa Section 5296—F34 Delinquent July 1,1936 The Old Age Assistance Tax of $2.00 per person may be mailed to the County Treasurer's office or paid at the office with name of each person paying tax and taxing district, also post office address. M. J. DUFFY COUNTY TREASURER, ALGONA, IOWA ALWAYS AT YOUR SERVICE 1 afternoon with Mrs. George Yager at the home of her daughter. Mrs. Clarence Wegner. Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Van Buskirk and twin daughters of Ottosen nnd Mr. Van Buskirk's parents of West Bend visited recently at the E. C. Weisbrod home. The Van Buskirks left Fenton about 20 years ago nnd Mr. Van Busklrk is station agent at Ottosen. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Witter of this place accompanied Rev. and Mrs. Witter of Lake Mills to Storm Lake a week ago Tuesday. On Wednesday Rev. Witter and son, Wesley were business visitors in Omaha. Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Witter visited their parents nt Lake Mills and on Friday the Wesley Witters and Rev. and Mrs. Witter went to Minneapolis on business. Mrs. Clarence Wegener. Mrs. Truman Johnson and son, Mervin, Mrs. Agnes Finnestad and son, Mack, nnd Mrs. Dorothea Gerhards all of this place nnd Florence Newel of Selby, North Dnkotn, were entertained Thursday at the home of Mrs. Enos Wrede in Burt. The Indies are school chums and every summer plan a get-together when Miss Newel spends part of her school vacation in Fenton with relatives. Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod assisted by Mrs. E. K. Johnson entertained the Fenton Woman's club at the last meeting of the year. Eighteen members responded to roll call by "Where I Would Like to Spend My Vacation." Papers were read by Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod, "Winter Sports in Holland"; Mrs. E. W. Ruske, "The Taj Mahal" and Mrs. Walter Ohm read "Walter Disney and Mickey Mouse." The club will have a picnic at Call State Park on Thursday afternoon June 18th. Mrs. W. F. Reimers of Whittemore was a guest. Delicious refresh-, ments were served by the hostesses. -Mrs. Hpnry Fiirst and Mrs. Sam Smith spent Sunday in Spencer visiting friends. .Mrs. John Cnnghlin left Sunday for a ten days' visit at Ireton with her daughter, Mrs. Alvin Karr. -Mr. nnd Mrs. Carl Vohs and family of West Bend were visitors at the G. L. Vohs home on Wednesday. Airs. Mnrjrnrpt Elbort of Whittemore spent the week end visiting her sons, Ralph Elbert and James Elbert. Francos Helmkp returned from Vinton Thursday evening, where she attended the wedding of a cousin. .Mrs. Alyda Allen returned to her home in Mason City after spending several days visiting Henry Wndsworth. Tnsker Falkenhniner, son of Sir. nnd Mrs. Melzar Falkenhainer, has been ill with the mumps for the past week. .Mrs. H. B. White, Mrs. Harold Cowan, Mrs. Russell Waller, and Mrs. Cliff Aalfs spent Friday in Mason City. Mrs. I*. F. Reed, formerly June Aclelle Aman. arrived Thursday to enjoy a visit with her mother, Mrs. Jessie Aman. .Mr. nnd Sirs. E. J. Murtagh returned Thursday 7iight from Nevada. 'where Mr. Murtagh had gone for his health. T. H. Holmes drove to Oskaloooa Tuesday morning to. look after his Jafne Laird left Wednesday for n visit with her father, Sid Lnird, of L)es Moines. Sir. nnd Mr». SI. J. Duffy spent Friday in Mason City. Mr. Duffy was there on business, and Mrs. Duffy visited at the home of Mrs. Maurice Cullen. Sir. and Mrs. Maynard Stephenson of Des Moines spent the week end visiting with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. DeGraw and Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Stephenson. Sirs. C. Paul Carlson left Thursday to enjoy a two weeks' visit with her parents in Minneapolis. Her father is in the hospital recovering from a broken hip. Duane Jensen and Rita Dootey spent the week end with their respective parents. They have been taking a commercial course at the CCCC college in Des Moines. Sliss Ruth Jones of Livermore, and Lawrence Kinnamon of Brooklyn, Iowa, spent the week end visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Genrich. Miss Jones is the sister of Mrs. Genrich. Sirs. W. K. Ferguson, and son, Lewis, and their guest, H. J. Wallace drove to Ames, Sunday to bring home another son. John, who has been attending Iowa state College at Ames during the past year. Sir. and Sirs. Burdette Ajrard and the former's mother, Mrs. Guy Agard of Goldfield, and Mr. and Mrs. Antone Johnson spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. P. A. DANCING CLUB SHOWING PROFIT Irvington Group Has $46 on Hand As Surplus I I I 8 O O I O I g Irvington: The Irvington Danc- ng club held one of its popular bimonthly club dances last Friday ivening. The hall was filled to overflowing. The Royal Arc Seren- aders furnished the music. Bob ^killing, club president, announced .hat under the new plan of manag- ng the club a balance of $46 had >een accumulated in the club treas- iry. The next dance will be held in two weeks with Swanec's orchestra engaged to furnish the music. C'atnnict Removed Word has been received that Mrs. 3. P. Henderson of Rochelle, 111., Is recuperating nicely from a recently critical operation, having had a cataract removed from one eye. BEER A Glass A Picnic A Case A Pony < let Y..11T I ill UVsults mi Our Airs. Effel Hostess Mrs. Chas. Egel entertained about 20 guests last Thursday afternoon honoring her daughter, Mrs. Kverett Van Stenberg of Flint, Michigan. The time was spent informally. The Van Ktenberg group returned to their homes on Saturday. Home of d. <V it. AlKonu-.Madf ( i The Smoke Shop Mr. and Mrs. David Kins were host and hostess to the KinK family for dinner last Sunday. Tile fresco Kmhroidery club will have its annual club picnic Friday, June 19, at the Call .State Park. lioh Watson arrived here last week and will spend the summer with his mother, .Mrs. Hay Watson. Tlie Crosco Chums 4-1 i girls' i lutt will meet Thursday at the Jas. Di vin»- home with Alls,- Jean Devini- .is -ictins hos'ess. Mrs. Dura C'hristensen an<l sister, ! fatherine of Walworth, Wis., vis- I iteil a t'-w day . last week at the ! Frank Ditsworth home. I Miss Dorothy King, eldest d:uigh- I ter of Mr. and Mrs. David Kin^ entertained her Sunday School class last Friday afternoon at a party. Miss Marjorie Johnson arid her siller, %'cra, are visiting at the home of their aunl and uncle, Dr. and Mrs. .Southwu-k at Marshalltown. FOUR MORE CARLOADS OF NEW CARS TO CHOOSE FROM •o & § 8 Bargains in Used Cars '36 Olds Touring Sedan, very low mileage, radio equipped. '35 Chev. truck, LWB Overload spring, 18,000 actual miles. '35 Plymouth Touring sedan, extra good '34 Ford DeLuxe Tudor Sedan '33 Ford Coach, New Gunmetal Blue Paint '33 Terraplane, extra clean. '30 Plymouth Four Soor Sedan '30 Chevrolet Coach. '29 Chevrolet Coach. '30 Pontiac Coach "28 Chevrolet Sedan '29 Hudson Sedan EASY TERMS WE TRADE MAXWELL MOTORS CHBYSl-fcK— VL\ MOl TH &«Ufii and ,S<-rt ice OPES EVtMNCiS ANU SI MlAVS B. L. MAXWELI- i.ik-ainea .s.un Kv,;ii, r V^all.el UJi'-l Juil l.^U!l:5!»5 Aluniui Many farmers were busily engaged the past week cutting alfalfa hay. In several cases reports are to the effect this is one of the heaviest cuttings ever produced. .Mr .'and Mrs. James Love of Curlier were .Sunday guests at the Jewell Patterson home. The Ralph l.age.-. vi-.iled ill the T. K. Pick.ud i.onu- in Plum ("reek township. S:m I.cinh re< 0 | Monday that las farm near there. He returned on Thursday afternoon. .Mr. nnd .Mrs. Cliff Aalfs spent the week end at Okoboji. They took H. B. White with them to the lawyers' chautauqua. Ruth Ann Duffy of Whittemore spent Wednesday and Thursday visiting with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Duffy, Sr. .Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop left Saturday to enjoy a two weeks' visit with their daughter, Mrs. Burdette Hillard of Gary, Indiana. Irene Capesius spent the week end in Mason City visiting with her friend, Catherine Streit. Irene is employed at L. A. Winkel's office. Mr. and Mrs. Al SponnberB, Emma Spongberg nnd Anna Nelson will leave for Cass Lake next Sunday to spend a two weeks vacation. Mr. and .Mrs. A. Elwell and Sirs. Martin Wold of Estherville were guests of Mrs. Frank Vera last Thursday. Mrs. Wold is an aunt of Mrs. Vera. Sir. and Sirs. Donald Wellendorf nnd four children, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Welelndorf on Tuesday and Wednesday of last week. The Mr. Wellendorfs are cousins. There were 14 women at the Country Club Wednesday morning, to receive the free golf lessons given by Irwin Nelson, the pro. These lessons are given every Wednesday morning. Don Ault, a former employee of Andy Anderson in the grain business here, and well known locally, died Wednesday in Jefferson, Iowa, according to word received by Mr. Anderson. Mauriec Slichel returned home Saturday from Ames. He will spend the summer with his mother, Mrs. A. K. Michel. Maurice has completed his first year sit Iowa State College. Sirs. John Splllcs and daughter, Mrs. Oscar Poirot and son, of Whittemore. spent Thursday at the liorni- of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Spilles. Mr.s. John Spilles- is the mother of Leo Spilles. Sirs. I,. K. Brown, formerly of Al^cmu, is paying a vi.-iit to her sister, Mrs. Mary Brown. Sin.' is having work done on the property she owns in town and expects to remain here for an extended visit. Mrs. AgKic Knapp, Mrs. Walter Roberts', and Mrs. Clarence Stewart spent his 1 . Tuesday in Mason C.'ity. Mr.i. Martin Doherty drove as far u:, Clear Lake with them and spent tile day with a friend, Mrs. Allen 'Jorthy. Mr. and Mrs. '. larcnct- Stewart, Dr and Mrs. H. W. Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Wiilard Hinggenberg and | daughter. Kmma Jean, and Mr. am" I Mrs. Peter Waidron. spent Sunday 1 at Lake Mills as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Samp. Mrs. W. V. Butler was in .Minneapolis Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at the home of her sister, Mrs. Henry Bezoir. Mrs. Bezoir has been very ill. She is still in '» critical condition and her recovery is uncertain at this time. Mr. and Mr*. II. I). HuUhinx, Mr.-.. Lura Sanders, and Miss Ella j Thompson left Thursday morning j for a month's motor trip through the Hast. They will stop in New York. Boston. Washington, D. C, Danson in their cottage at Okoboji. Sir. and Sirs. Frank Capesius and daughters, Evelyn and Mrs. Julius Wlnkel drove to Ames, Sunday. Their son, Ed Capesius, a student at Iowa State College, returned with them and will spend the summer here. Sir. and Sirs. Fred Park returned Saturday from Cedar Rapids, where they had been visiting relatives. Mrs. Ida Minkler, mother of Mrs. H. D. Hutchins, drove with them as far as Madison^ Wisconsin, where she will visit relatives. Franklin Clarke, Wayne Patten and Mrs. Lorna Brown of LeMars were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Bergfield. Mrs. Franklin Clarke, formerly Beverly Berg- Reid, returned with them. She has been visiting her parents for the past three weeks. .Mrs. Alice Stiller of Minneapolis and her daughter, Mrs. L. Markham and two children of Kansas >re visiting with the former's mother, Mrs. Frank Miller. They arrived Wednesday and will also spend some time visiting at the Lloyd Wellendorf home. Sirs. C. R. LaBarre and daughters, Betty and Eleanor, left Thursday for a three weeks' motoring trip to points in the east. Mrs. J. H. Edge and daughter, Eleanor, accompanied them to Buffalo, New York, and from where they went by train to spend three weeks visiting relatives at. Scran ton, Pennsylvania. Scranton is the old home of Mrs. Edge. Charles Stevenson spent from Thursday until Monday visiting vith his mother, Mrs. Theo. Herbst. The former has completed his first year in journalism at the L'nivers- ty of Minnesota, and will travel for Northrup King and Company .his summer. He will travel in Wisconsin until the last of July. ind in Missouri for the remainder '->( the summer. Kd Itahin, former well known Kossuth county banker, brought liis family to Algonu last week for i visit iit the home of Mrs. Kahm's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip hemel. Mr. Kahm, who has a due positon in the office of Slate Treasurer Wegrnan having charge of the collections from the cigarette and beer licenses, had not been in Algona for some time, and enjoyed his short stay here visiting with his many friends. Kossuth Folks Attend Convention For Postmasters Burl: Mrs. Maude Hanna and son, Charles of Burt, Mrs. Ida Larson of Swea City, Walter Leslie of Lakota, all Kossuth county postmasters, left last Thursday afternoon for Davenport, Iowa, where they attended the postmaster's convention being held there. Your Chance—To save on Appliances. 10-day Sale, starts Thurs. —Power Washer $59.50—Electric Washer, $31.95. FREE—$6.00 metal cover with Electric Ironer, $39.95.—Gamble Stores. 24 When la need of glasses have your eyes thoroughly examined DR. F. E. SAWYER, Opt. Al««ns, 'estw THE BEST WARRANTY IS ONE THAT HAS THE BEST MECHANISM TO 60 WITH IT • Westinghotise was first to give five years' protection on all models. But the best thing about the Westinghouse -warranty is that you need it so little. 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O Full-powered to meet extreme conditions without forcing mechanism beyond limit of capacity. 7 Ten-year economy ... confirmed by actual performance records covering years of service. Westinghouse REFRIGERATOR Pratt Electric Co. Licensed Electricians Phone 170 Algona, Iowa i Philadelphia and many other points , , 'of interest on tins trip. 1 iveil word | ' i iisttr Mrs John ! ^' r ' ani l Mrs. Iru Ivcr»on and two' O i (Jr ,,y of Winneb.'iKo. .Minn . had en- j daughters. li fct ty and Mary Lou of '"" ten-d a hospital at Ko, he.-.ter. Mm- , '-'linton, arrived Thursday to visit !„•,(/, i on Mond had submitted to of Bancruft nd on Tuesday an operation. i .St. Girl For Weyderts Joe: Mr. and Mrs. Leonaid Wey.Jeit arc the (/an-nia of a iiaijy ^nl born Tue.i.iay. June '-•. '1 uc Wcydcrtj have one child ^ faili louu ^rxu^CMX^WSO****^***^^^ at the August Huenhold home. Mrs i Iveraon is a daughter of the latter. | Mr. and Mrs. Iverson left at the t-nd ' Mr... U. I! Fi ink) acconipanied ; of (llc . wtck- but Betty and Mary: ,• her motlur. Mrs. pat Mulligan ||. ou will spend two or three week.-, j nd Mr. and Mrs. Ted ' wlt |, their grandparents. ] .iuif of liuit were at Mai- | . Iowa la.-t Wedne.s.iay and i Mls » Kuth Stukci, daughter ol | day attending the funeral of : Mr »'»1 Mrs. <- I- 1 Htoke=. who i;; > Franhi'., iiun; Mr». Amos employed in Minneapolis, will leave i j .Sunday for a two weeks' vacation ' __ trip eas.t. She will go to ChicaKO ' ; on the fast train "Hiawatha", and j spend until Monday visiting friends, j From Chicago she will fly to Wa.ih- j in^'tun D. C. to spend a few days, i i,oiiiK from there to New York, and j afjeiidinj; the remainder of her trijj visitiiij; with a friend. Mrs Kslher tree Duncan, of Westlleld. .N'ew Mrs. ( urrie CurUuii and duugli- Ur, -Nedra. formerly of the Sexton neighborhood, now of Mission, Tex- a.5. will leave Wednesday after spending a ten days' visit with the A. W. Amurison, and B. V. Benson families. They will return through Minnesota, Montana. Washington, California and Arizona, visiting relatives in Seattle. Washington. Mrs. Carlson and Nedra will return to their home in Mi-jsion during the second week in August, su that Nedra. who has taken a two year preparatory course in college tau enter nuises' Lrair.m^ at Iluuutou. Texat. BARN PAINT 1 ' Build A Home Of Your Own 2 ' Remodel Your Present Home 3 ' Improve Your Farm Property Paint Your Buildings Reroof Your Home Or Barn 4 ' 5 ' OWN YOUR OWN HOME \\'« I.Iv lavim K 111 tl Wllltl'l- S .SU|l. . i.f coal, Km-ting a (JariiKc, Puttiii"- in Modern Phuiibiiifj; and otlu-r i>cnuunent in- vcstiiu-nts. AN INVESTMENT IN YOUR HOME IS THE SAFEST WAY POSSIBLE OWN YOUR OWN HOME F. S. Norton & Son Algona, Iowa Serving Kossuth County for 41 Years Phone 229

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