The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 30, 1936 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 30, 1936
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 30,1936 Mr. and Mr*. Oeo. Yeoman spent Monday in Humboldt on business. Mr. And Mm. 3. B. Hoppe and daughter, Marion, Spent the week end at Spirit Lake. Bill Dau entertained his employees at a Dutch lunch at the Call State Park Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Burns, Cedar Falls, spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Rae Asher. Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas and children, Vernon and Betty are spending today (Tuesday) in Mason City. Mrs. A. S. Forbes Is visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Harry Holden of Harlan, Iowa, for three weeks. Audrey Rucker, Rock Rapids, left for her home Sunday after visiting a week with her friend, Barbara Haggard. Dr. Julius B. Wlnkel, veterinary, was back on the job Saturday after laying off for two weeks because of an Infected foot. Robert Bishop arrived Friday from Superior, Wisconsin, for a visit with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop. Mrs. Harold Kuchcnreuthcr, who Is relief operator for the Bell Telephone Company, became ill with the mumps Sunday. Mrs. J. B. Cook, Webb, was a visitor Wednesday at the home of her sister, Mrs. G. C. Barton. Mrs. Barton has been In poor health since April 4th. Dr. F. L. Trlbon left Thursday for Mountain, Wisconsin, where he will pay a visit to his daughter, Mrs. Herman Leeftink and husband and return In September. Mrs. Milton Dahl and daughter, Joan, returned Monday from Swea City, where they have been visiting since Tuesday with the sister of the former, Mrs. D. Cochran. Jack Hilton left Sunday for Ely, Minnesota, for a fishing trip. Ely is 20 miles from the Canadian border. Jack is employed by G. Sommers and Company of St. Paul. Eleanor Frascr and Airs. Claire Anderson returned Sunday after spending a week at the Episcopal church conference at Morrison Lodge, Dodge Point, Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Chrlsten- sen and two children of Albert Lea, Minnesota, spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Duffy. Mrs. Christensen is the sister of Mrs. Duffy. Geneva Scharlach spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Scharlach. Geneva is employed as stenographer for the Rollins Hosiery Company In Des Moines. Mrs. F. VV. Dinglcy wan severely l:urncd two weeks ago when pouring boiling water from asparagus. i?\ie Is blowly recovering at this :ime, but the burns are still very 1 ainful. Leona Blerstedt, nurse at Kossuth hospital, returned from her vacation Monday. She spent three weeks visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Blerstedt in Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hargreaves cpent the week end in Boone. Mr. Hargreaves and the Messrs. Fred and Maurice Bartholomew attended the V. F. W. Auxiliary meeting while there. Mr*. Theodore Hutchison accompanied her father to Des Moines Sunday to help her parents, State Comptroller and Mrs. C. B. Murtagh move their household goods to their old home In Algona. Mrs. William Pestotnlk and three daughters, Norma, Joyce Marie, and Nanette spent from Monday until Wednesday at Boone at the home of the former's father, Joe Martindale, who has been ill. Mrs. Vernon Storm, Mrs. Kenneth Harris, and daughter, Dorine, Mary Harris, and Mrs, Homer Anderson attended a meeting of the embroidery club at the home of Mrs. Amos Bonacker near Tltonka. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice McMahon and daughter, Nancy, drove to Mankato to meet Mrs. McMahon's mother and brother, Mrs. Elizabeth Mangan and Harry, who will make a two weeks' visit at the McMahon home. Mm. John Frankl and children, Harlan and Helen, will leave today (Tuesday) for Silver City, South Dakota. They will spend twd weeks there In the Black Hills, and spend the rest of the summer on a ranch In Wyoming. Mr. und Mru. diet Williams attended a family partner party in St. Paul, Sunday at 1 o'clock. The purty was for John Leuthold, the occasion being his birthday. There were 60 guests present. Mr. and Mrs. Williams returned Monday. Mr. and .Mrs. W. D. Howie and daughter, Beverly arrived Friday to visit another daughter, Loretta and friends. Mr. Howie returned to their home in Rockwell City Monday morning, and Mrs. Howie and Beverly will spend the week here. Mr. und .Mrs. M. J. Duffy were in Des Moines from Wednesday until Saturday. Mr. Duffy attended the county officers' state convention. During this time the Duffy children paid a visit to their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Duffy, Sr., at Whittemore. Mrs. John Haggard, and her friends, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fuer- ston arrived Friday from Virginia, Minnesota. Mrs. Haggard had been visiting in Virginia, und Mr. and Mrs. Fuerston brought her home und spent until Monday at the John Haggard honu;. Joe Blooni drove to St. Paul Sunday morning to visit his wife and sou, Dickie, who have been spending the past few weeks with Mrs. Bloom's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Melamed. Joe returned Monday evening and Mrs. Bloom and Dickie will spend another week in St. Paul. Durkuul Shumwuy and bis mother, Mrs. Chas. Shumway, came on Monday from Towanda, Peon., and are visiting at the Karl Shumway hoove. DurUuid, who formerly was employed on the Bancroft Register, will return to Towanda this week, but Mrs. Shuinway will remain for an indefinite vUit at the home of her •oa, Karl. Chas. Shumway, formerly forwuui of tn« AI- goott Upper Des Moines, is now employed a* pressman by the Towanda Printing Co. Ourland is employed by Uw Rivenlde Prew at Athens »od *too «p«n»tej a farm. Wllma Kapp began work at 8«r- ensen's drug store, Tuesday morning of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Clap*addle spent Wednesday in Mason City on business. Mr. and Mm. Howard Morgan and Mr. and Mrs. Willis Cotton spent Thursday in Mason City. Mr. and Sirs. Frank Esser and sons, Vincent and James, apent Wednesday and Thursday In Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Baxter, and Mr. and Mrs. Bern Baxter of Battle Creek were callers on Mr, and Mrs. V. H. Coffin, Friday. Mrs. John Caughlln returned last Monday from Ireton where she had been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Alvin S. Karr, for ten days. W. D. Eaton, H. M. Potter and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Roberts spent the week end at Lake Okoboji. The men atended an insurance conference. Mrs. K. S. Ball of Charles City arrived Tuesday to visit until Saturday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Hargreaves, who live west of town. Sirs. Leo Splllos and Arlene attended a birthday party In West Bend, Thursday. The party was in honor of Betty Dingman, niece of Mrs. Spilies. Sirs. Ella Potter, Sioux City, and Mrs. Alice Miller, Minneapolis, are guests of their sister-in-law, Mrs. May Miller. They will visit In Algona for some time. .'Kathleen King will teach next year at Boone in the Boone Junior high school. Miss King taught English in the local high school during the past year. Sirs. II. M. Potter and son, Bruce will return today (Tuesday) from Grand Rapids. Michigan, where they have been visiting with Mrs. Potter's mother. Mrs. Pryor. Mm. Edward Oenrlch and son, Howard, left Thursday for Boone, where they visited until today (Tuesday) with the former's grandmother, Mrs. W. W. Jennings. Bcrnadine Mertz, West Bend, ar- •rlved Wednesday evening, and was a guest at the home of Mrs. John Caughlin until Friday. Bernadlne took the teacher's examinations at the court house Thursday and Friday. Sir. and Sirs. Walter Meyer are the parents of an eight pound baby boy born Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock. They named him Vernon Snydcr. This is the Meyers' second child. They have one other child, Dolores. Mr. and Mrs. George Hackman, Jr., came Wednesday and will spend the summer with the parents of George. George is a teacher in the Knoxvllle, Tennessee, schools and his wife teaches part time In a private school. William Dooley and his friend Arnold Nemmers will visit with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Dooley, from, July 3 until July 6. William is production engineer for the Pick Manufacturing Company, West Bend, Wisconsin Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Bartholomew and son. Max, and Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Bartholomew and daughter, Janice, left Friday to spend the week end with Mrs. Louie Gelbrich In Burlington, Iowa. Mrs. Gelbrich 1» a alster of the Bartholomew brothers. Eleanor Lainuth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Lamuth, arrived on Monday because of the Illness of her mother. Mrs. Lamuth is at the Kossuth hospital. Eleanor will return to Rochester, Minnesota, on Wednesday evening, where she has nearly completed her nurses's training. Sirs. Alice Sabin came last week from Kansas City, Missouri, and will spend six weeks visiting Algona friends. She is making her headquarters with her slster-ln- law, Mrs. Stella Sabln, and Is also visiting the Harry Sablns. Sunday the two Mrs. Sabins and the Harry Subin family spent the day with Mrs. Stella Sabin's sister, Mrs. Doc Soloman at Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Raney and Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Bohannon and little son, Billy, will leave for California July 6. The Bohannons will visit with Mrs. Bohannon's brother, LeRoy Pence and other relatives in Hollywood. The Rnneys will rent an apartment either at Riverside or Pomona and visit with relatives and friends. They expect to be away about a month. Mm. .Marion Cowan, sister of H. R. Cowan, and her niece, Betty Norton, daughter of Florence Cow- un Norton, arrived Thursday from Minneapolis. Mrs. Cowan has rented a room at the home of Mrs. J. T. Bohannon and will remain here the rest of the summer visiting with relatives und friends. Betty returned to Minneapolis Monday as she is going to summer school. .Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Laird and daughter, Betty, returned Wednesday evening from Rochester, Minnesota. A niece of Mrs. Laird, Cherrye Ives, of Mason City, accompanied them to Rochester. They spent nearly a week there, and Betty went through the clinic for her sinus trouble. The Lairds spent Tuesday night and Wednesday in Muson City us guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Ives. airs. A. F. Pulley leave* today after spending a few days in Al- gotia ut the home of her son, Chan. Mrs. Duiley has spent the winter in Milwaukee with her son, Bob and daughter, Grace, who is now married. She will go from here to Denver to spend the summer with a sister. The Daileys left Algona thirteen years ago and moved to Bristow, Oklahoma, where Mr. Dailey, familiarly known as "Doc" died a few years ago. SIi»s Ruth McMahon nan been elected by the Garner school board to teach mathematics, Latin and girls' physical training in the high school for the coming school year. She ia a daughter of Attorney and Mra. S. K. McMohon and will replace Miss Margaret Rommel, who recently resigned to accept a position at Winterset. Miss McMahon graduated from the State University of Iowa in 1930 and has been teaching in the high school at Galva, lows, for the past six years. She will spend the lant Urn of the summer session at Iowa City taking additional work In physical education. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bell arrived at their home in the Vera apartments Thursday. Harvey Will ol LnVerne was admitted to the Kossuth hospital June 28 for medical care. Mrs. R. B. Flckbohn, Algona, gave birth to a baby boy June 27, weighing seven pounds. Sirs. Clarence Stewart is under a doctor's care and has been confined to her home. Bill Dailey went to Greene, Iowa, Monday afternoon to spend the rest of the week with friends. Bernice Harrington, Irma Dee Roupe, and Don Gardner spent Sunday in Mankato with friends. Sirs. Cecil Benner, Garner, formerly Virginia Good, spent Thursday with her mother, Mrs. Walter Good. Sirs. George Boevers, Algona, entered the hospital Sunday, June 23 to have a cost put on a broken ankle. Regis Andrews of Clare, Iowa, arrived Monday to spend the week with her friend, Mary Geraldine McEvoy. Rev. P. J. Braner left Monday for the Lutheran hospital at Hampton to receive medical attention for his Injured leg. Arthur F. Swtngdorf and Miss Mary Birk of Blue Earth. Minn., were married by Rev. P. J. Braner Sunday afternoon. Sir. and Mm. E. W. Lusby returned Saturday after spending a. ten days' vacation at Boulder, Colorado, and the Black Hills. Sirs. i. K. Branch, Milwaukee, arrived Thursday evening and will spend a week as a guest of her friend, Mrs. S. B. French. Theodora Larson Is taking Helen Corey's place this week at the Lathrop & /Weaver office, while Helen Is taking her vacation. Princllll Loss, telephone operator at the Bell Telephone Company, began her vaction this week. She will spend her vacation at home. Evelyn and Ethetyn Sleetyn of Valley City, North Dakota, arrived Thursday and will spend a week as guests at the F. L. Zeigler home. A. L. Peterson returned home on Friday evening from Nevada, Iowa. He spent about ten days there In the sanitarium and was much ben- efitted. Airs. John CauRhlln left Sunday to visit until Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hansen at Tltonka. Mrs. Hansen is the daughter of Mrs. Caughlln. Mr. and Sirs. Frank Gelgel and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chessney and two children were luncheon guests of Mrs. Maude Kennedy at Burt, Sunday. Mr. and Sirs. Harold Roth returned from their wedding trip to their new home in the Peck apartment Sunday. Mr. Roth is employed by the Pratt Electric Company. Last week, Joe Gre«nberg and* son, Harry. Ed Capesius. Bill Meyer and Fred Kent, Jr., enjoyed a fishing trip at Lake Winnebigoshish from Sunday until Wednesday. Earl Chessney, nephew of Sirs. Frank Gelgel. and his wife and two children arrived from Chicago on Sunday to spend a few days visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank Geigel. Sirs. Flossie Eastman of Dundee, Illinois, arrived Friday to spend the summer with Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Howlandsworth. Mrs. Eastman and Mrs. Hollandsworth are sisters. Sirs. Wallace >lcDou(t«H and son, Bobbie, drovo to Mason fafy Sunday evening v/itn the forme's parents. Mr. ,\nd Mts. Fred Tubhn- sing, and will visit at their home until next Sunday. Sirs. E. J. McEvoy met her niece, Josie McEvoy of Cherokee at Emmetsburg. Sunday. Miss McEvoy will spend two days here, and continue on her vacation trip to Dir- buque and Washington, D. C. Sir. and Sirs. Fred Tuhboslnc, Mrs. Lona McDougall, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. Burnham of Mason City met at the home of Wallace McDougall Sunday ami attended a picnic at Call State p.irk. Duane Jensen and Rita Dootcy spent the week end with their respective parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Nels Jensen, nnd Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Dooley. Duane and Rita arc attending commercial college in Des Moines. Sir. and Sirs. D. H. Goodrrs and Helen Corey drove to Pine Lake, lown. near Eldora. Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Harold Falkenhalncr. Helen j»-ill spend the week there, and Mr. and Mrs. Goeders returned Monday. Bobbie Karr, son of Sirs. Atwln S. Karr, formerly Ivndel Caughlin, of Ireton. is confined to his home with n broken leg. Bobbie broke his log Saturday when he fell from the haymow where he wns playing. Sirs. Stcnnrt Llndbnrjr returned to Chicago Saturday after spending two weeks' vacation with her husband. Mr. Llrtdborg. cousin of Ted Larson. Is working for Gco. L. Miller and Mr* Lindborg Is employed in Chicago. Dr. nnd Sirs. F. C. Soanlan and family, and Dr. and Mrs. C. .1. Scnnlan sprnt Sunday with the doctors' brother. H. D. Scanlan and wife nnd with their parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. D. .T. Rcnnlnn nt tho H. D. Srnnlnn cottage nt Okohnjl. Sir. nnd Sirs. O. J. Znnko nnd son of Phirngo. will leave for home next week nfter spending a month's visit nt tho home of thp former's sister, Mrs. Jacob Winkel. Mr. Zan- kc is affiliated with the American Engineering Stokers in Chicago. Sir. and Mrs. Ted Larson and Mr. nnd Mrs. C. W. Morck and daughter. Virginia, returned Wednesday from their vacation trip. Mr. nnd Mra. I^nrson nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Morck were vncntioning in northern Minnesota, nnd Virginia was) visiting friends in Mnnkato. Elmer Hnko, Glnngow, Montana, a former Iowa farmer, has been a visitor in Algona for the past two weeks. He is visiting with various relatives nnd attended the DKn- worth family reunion Sunday. Mr. Hake reports that when he left Montana two weeks ago the crops were looking very promising, and that the big Fort Peck dam will be under wny nt this time. The dnm is located 400 miles enst of Helena. There Is n crew of 3..100 men nt work on It. who expert to complete it in 1939. SportinR Goods Rule now on—Offirinl Diamond Ball. RBc— Official Bnsebnll. !>8o—Men's Fielder Glove. $1.20.—Gamble Stores. 2(5 Blow Your Troubles Away Humid, stagnant air makes homes seem twice as hot as they really are. When your looms seem too hot for breathing—when you're icady to quit with heat suffering, the nick of a switch on an electric fan (il3,itls that humidity, circulates the air, creates delightful breezes, blows away your heat troubles. You'll find n. complete selection of fans here—of every size and price—all guaranteed. Pratt Electric Co. Phone 170 Algona, Iowa Breeze Along on the Fourth in a USED CAR '35 Plymouth Deluxe Coupe- '84 Dodge coupe '32 Essex Coach '31 Pontlao Coach •30 PonOac Coach •29 Chevrolet Coach 19 Erekine 4-Door WE TRADE EASY TERMS Maxwell Motors CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH Sale* and Service Open Evenings and Sundays B. L. Maxwell Owner. Salesmen, Sam Evans, BUI Garner, Jim Burns Phone 595 Algona, lown Balsam Wood Sealed Insulation The First Step to Summer Comfort Sleep can't be restful during the hot weather in a hot, stuffy bedrocrry., Insulated homes are easy to keep cool, and save fuel during the heating season. So in the new home or as attic insulation in existing buildings, Balsam-wool Sealed Insulation docs double duty. In winter und summer it controls heat. Get our estimate for your home. Botsford Lumber Co. Phone 256 Jim Pool POP Goes Your Thirst When the beat starts to do things to your thirst, temper and comfort, a zippy, refreshing drink will do more than anything elae to provide instant relief. Remember that when the thermometer begins to boil and keep a case of sparkling Algona Pop on hand. It's sure-fire heat destroyer. Algeria. Bottling Works Stop that washing and ironing in Summer. It's dangerous to your health—disastrous to your comfort—and so useless wtien we'll do the job just as well and in many cases actually save you money. KirscK Laundry ICE CREAM Makes Summer Livable Parched throats rejoice! Wilted collars take heart.' We prescribe plentiful doses of rich, tasty ice cream to beat any heat. Just step In for a generous order, of your favorite flavor of this luscious treat. We make our own ice cream—it's delicious. The Algonquin Keep Cool Try beer as a heut remedy and note how quickly it chases your hot weather worries— note how refreshed you feel after a glass or two und how much better you are able to withstand the assaults of Old Sol. Cook's LuncK Spring Fried Chicken at all times Phone 538 Phooe280 L. Hoffbauer Hot Weather or Cold There is nothing that keeps you in better condition than good wholesome food, well cooked and attractively served. You'll enjoy your meals at The States Cafe Our dining room ia cooled with a New Arctic-Air Cooling System Come in out of the HEAT The State Scores Again With the advent of warm weather our air conditioning system (the largest in northwest lowai bus provon most successful. Have you notico'l how cool tho JStfUo Tnentr'j Is— tho lack of strong winds slapping around your head (causin T colds) such RH the old systems did. Alt-mi The Stnta, It's perfectly and healthfully cooled. Always 70<> State Theatre At Any Temperature Clean Clothes Are More Comfortable You're always more comfortable In a clean, crisp garment. But especially is that true In hot weather when grime and dirt in your clothes actually make you hotter. Have clothes cleaned regularly all summer long—you'll be degrees cooler and your apparel will last so much longer—. a definite savings. Elk Cleaners (& Tailors Phone 330 We Deliver Cool Clothes Man alive! If you've never had a Wash Suit you don't know how gloriously comfortable you can really be—no matter what the weather man says. The new weaves and fabrics let your skin breathe—every little breezo geta a personal invitation to cool you off. Better get dressed for summer comfort—come in, we'll show you how easily arid inexpensively it's done Dreas straw hats to go with the suits. IlatM D5<) and $2.25 Suits $8.50—$16.75 MisbacK Clothing Company For Health's Sake FOODS Need Comfort Too Your moat vital consideration when hot weather comes should be for the safety of your foods. Foods, even slightly tainted, present a highly dangerous problem. If your present mtthocl of protecting vour edibles ia not 100 percent efficient, beware. Better get a uew Frijridaire. the Meter Miser, rijfht away. For safety's sako see U» today. A General Motors Refrigerator. Bjustrom's Phone 520-W Tenant

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