The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 28, 1936 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moineg, Algona, Iowa, July 28,1936 WESLEY LADY, 94, PASSEDTHDRSDAY "Grandma" fieaberg Survived by Son and One Daughter Wesley: "Grandma" Seaberg, the mother of Peter and Marie, died at her home north of Wesley at 10:30 last Thursday morning. She was taken seriously »icl-. Tuesday afternoon, and thereaf«r failed rapidly until the end. Mrs. Scaberg was nearly 94, and hart been an invalid for five years, tenderly cared for by her son and daughter. It was expected that the funeral services would be held at the Congregational church Sunday, to give time for the arrival of a son, Charles, and a daughter, Mrs. Anna Nelson, both of Texas. Mrs. Seaberg came here from Sweden about 35 years ago, and with the help of her children conducted the farm owned by her son, Peter, where the children now live. Fire Dept Called A small fire on the south side of the roof of the Anthony Johnson blacksmith shop called out the firemen about 2 o'clock Friday afternoon. They extinguished it without great difficulty. Some damage was done to the roof. The origin was not known. Threshing Is in progress hereabouts this week, and the yield Is running from 40 to 71 bushels. Mrs. Hubert D. Grain, St Louis, Mo., and her little daughter, Joan, came recently to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Goodnow, sister, Mrs. Herman Ostercamp and other relatives. MM. H. L. Chambers, Corwith, and her daughters, Frances and Mrs. Leonard Mullins, visited their daughter and sister, Mrs. John Mullins, last Thursday. John Mullins made a business trip to Des Molncs last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Amesbury drove to Clear Lake last week on Sunday, to visit Mr. and Mrs. Wellington Drewelow, former Wesleyans, now of Omaha, who were spending a month at the lake. Mrs. Amesbury remained until Tuesday, when Mrs. Drewelow and Bobby and Betty returned with her, remaining until last week Wednesday. Bobby is now 16 and Betty In her 18th year. The children are remembered here as bright and engaging toddlers. Moines, and their children, Edward Reese and Karen Ottilie, passed through Wesley last week Tuesday on their way to Swea City to attend funeral services for Mr. Swan son's mother, who died after a long sickness. The senior Mrs. Swanson was known here, having made her home in Wesley part of the time while her son was superintendent of schools here a few years ago. On their way back to Des Moines last week Wednesday, the Swansons stopped here and took dinner with the Carl Franzens. St. Joe Man's New Car Dented When Rammed by Truck St. Joe: The William Redings had the left fender bent and the radiator bars bent back and several broken on their new Chevrolet car when the Ice cream truck from Humboldt backed into them Saturday evening at Bode. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kupper and son, Robert, and Mrs. Adolph Fuhrmann and son, Robert, spent Tuesday and Wednesday with relatives at Plain View, Minn. Bobble Reding, from Whitte more and Donald Reding spent several days at the Fred Wagner home. Delmer Reding returned home from the Nick Reding home Friday after a short visit. Robert Holtzbauer, Algona, spent Monday night and Tuesday with Darwin Hammer. Mr. and Mrs. Holtzbauer came after their son Tuesday night and Darwin went home with them. He returned home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Arman and family of Ames were calling on St Joe friends the first of the week. Mr. Arman's parents used to live in the house in St. Joe now occupied by Nick Kleins. Mrs. Arman was Veray Rake of St, Benedict before her marriage. Lu Verne Water Tank Has Changed Color Out of the darkness and into the light comes the LuVerne water tank. Formerly painted a foreboding black, a crew of workmen have altered its appearance, and it now greets the eye in a branu new aluminum color. H. R. Jergens and an assistant have done the job, which has been watched by largo crowds. The tower is 128 feet high and has a capacity of 60,000 gallons. It was built in 1915 and must be painted every three to five years, inside and put, in order to preserve the steel. Texas Centennial WORKING GIRL'S POPULARITY CONTEST FREE VOTE COUPON I GIVE 10 VOTES TO .:'Deposit vote in ballot box at Sta :e Theatre Give to Contestant, Mail or Bring to office Contest Closes July 31 In The WEEK'S NEWS Current Events Photographed for The Algona Upper Des Moines READY! GET SET! GO!—They're off. Chicago's "Railroad Week" Handcar derby. Captain Flynn, Chief of Traffic, is seen at the right—(gun in hand) as the race commenced. The handcar on the right, maned by four able railroad handcar "pumpers" proved victorious in this feat, covering the five blocks in one minute and 60 seconds, which broke last year's record. SPANISH REBELS SEIZE MOROCCO—Virtually all of Spanish Morocco Is In the hands of military rebels, today, (July 28), It was reported in Casablanca, French Morocca. The Spanish government sent warships and planes to quell the uprising. Photo shows a Spanish machine gun unit in Morocco. SENECA CLUB METTHURSDAY Modern Mixers Hostesses to Helpful Thursday Club Group Just 5 Days Left STILL PLENTY TO SELL! GOEDERS Quits Forever Down Come Prices - Oat Go (he Goods POSITIVELY Everything Will Be SOLD!! THESE PRICES IN EFFECT Tuesday ,9 a.m. 100 pr. Ladies Silk Gloves IQc 50 pr. Ladies Oxfords 25c Choice of Values the House to $35.00 Spring • Fall Coats 100 House Dresses 50c 1000 yds. Ribbons 2c yd. lOc Notions Ic Corsets - Girdles As Low as 29c Come Early Tuesday Seneca i The Modern Mixer club members entertained the Helpful Thursday club at a party at the Seneca school gym Thursday afternoon. Games and contests together with two songs by Victoria and Florence Jensen and a reading by Ruby Paulsen made up the program. Miss Florence Jensen spent Thursday night with her friend, Ruby Paulsen. Mrs. A. T. Paulsen and daughter, Ruby, spent Wednesday afternoon at the J. W. Bolllg home. Misses Florence and Victoria Jensen spent Wednesday night at the James Doocy home near Swea Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Campbell and children spent Monday evening at the Clyde Humphrey home in Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Sigurd Olsen and daughter Sherry spent Monday evening at the Leo Lampe home near Bancroft. Mrs. Wm. Nutzman and children of St. Cloud, spent the fore part of the week at the home of her sister, Mrs. Jens Peterson. Mrs. Cecil Bailey and daughter, Lavonne, were at Fort Dodge the fore part of the week, where Lavonne had her tonsils removed. Mr. and Mrs. Jude Hill of Minneapolis are the parents of an 8 pound girl. Mrs. Hill was Alice Helmkc, a former Seneca girl before her marriage. Mrs. Fred Johnson is til and confined to her horn-? in Fort Dodge with sciatic rheumatism in her back and legs. Mrs. Johnson wus Verna Peterson of Seneca before her marriage. Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Patterson and Mrs. P. H. Peterson and Helen Patterson and Ivan Peterson of Ringsted attended the funeral of the ladies' sister-in-law, Mrs. Ross Ras- niussen of Waterloo at Hartford on Monday. The members of the Helpful Thursday club that attended were the Mesdames O. R. Patterson, Ornie Behrends, Walter Smith, Cltr- ence Gardner, J. J. Drinan, S. L. Denton, Sheldon Merrill, G. Kracht, Clem Dotson, Robert Hurt, Peter Hansen, Cecil Bailey and Eva Kracht. The members of the Modern Mixer club that attended were the Mesdaincs J. W. Bollig, Ole Ofte- duhl, A. T. Paulsen, F. E. Jensen, R. J. Campbell, Clarence Metzger, Emil Elmers. Irvin Classen, Carl Peterson, Deverd Swan, Albert Cody, Sigurd Olsen, Curtis Olsen, Mann us Nelson, Jens Peterson, Leonard Anderson and Maxine Bollig. Guests at the party were Mrs. James Doocy of Swea City, Victoria and Florence Jensen and Ruby Paulsen. HURT NEWS School Janitor Hired At a meeting of the school board a week ago Monday evening J. G. Swick was hired as lanitor for the coming year. His duties wlil begin August 1. Sewing Circle Met The Sewing Circle met (it the home of Mrs. Lewis Larsen Thursday afternoon, the affair being a farewell for Mrs. S. H. Aten, who moves with her family to Delta this week. Mrs. Aten was presented with a gift. All members were present and the following visitors, Mrs. E. M. Polhemus, Mrs. Floyd Dremmel, Mrs, A. H. Meinzcr and Mrs. S. M. Peterson. -!f At Des Molnes Funeral Ed Moyer and 'daughter, lone and R. E. Moyer were called to Des Moines last week Monday to attend the funeral of an aunt, Mra. John Clem. They returned Wednesday. Mrs/R. E. Meyer's mother, Mrs. J. H. Powers, Fontanelle, returned home with them for a visit here. The H. E. Ruchuts left Thursday for a week's visit with relatives in Wisconsin. Mrs. Henry Gettman and children spent Friday with relatives at Buffalo Center. Mrs. James Ollom spent Wednesday at the home of her brother, Mr. Danner, at Fenton. The F. A. Ringsdorfs spent a week ago Sunday at the U. B. Frankl home at Irvington. Verald Looft, Armstrong, is spending a few days at the C. O. Riddle and Elza Woltz homes. Edward Polhemus, who is with the CCC at Clarion, spent last week here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Polhemus. Buttermaker and Mrs. L. E. Roet- nian "und daughter attended a Coolegecitoi* Hurt News Mrs. Will Gorman is confined to her bed with tonsilitis. R. E. Scheely, Mason City, auditor for the Standard Oil Co., was calling on Burt friends Friday. Mra. Ora Hulburt is slowly recovering after having e. tumor removed from her foot and her tonsils out. Mrs. Dora Armstrong and her daughter, Mrs. Niel Nielsen, Spencer, visited Burt friends Thursday. Robert Moore returned home on Friday after spending a week with, his grandmother, Mrs. Raney, in Algona. Lavonne Ringsdorf returned Friday from Maxwell, where she had spent a week at the Brink Shipler home. Mrs. John Vtoser, Austin, Minn., has been spending a week or two at the home of Mra. Elizabeth Treptow. Selina Clifton, who work* at Sheffield, spent the week end at the home of her aunt, Mr*. Annie Hawcott A popular gift at Christmas time — but even more popular right now in the good old summer time I That's Coolcrator, the new air- conditioned refrigerator. Its patented air -conditioning chamber, makes foods taste better and last longer. Try one of the beautiful, new 1936 Coolerator models, for 10 days (roe! . Algona Ice Cream & Candy Factory raONE C79 creamery meeting of section six at• Humboldt Thursday. Mrs. M. E. Polhemus and Mrs. E. M. Polhemus and children were supper guests Wednesday evening at the J. P. Stow home. E. O. Chlpman and daughter, Vera, Mrs. Lillian Sheldon snd Dorothy Brooke spent Wediiost'ay at Lake Okoboji and Spirit Lake. Mrs. Ruby Bruce, Lake City, is visiting at the home of her mother, Mrs. Herman Dau. Last week Tuesday she visited her sister, Mrs. Eldon Kearns. Mrs. W. T. Peters wpnt to I.ake Okoboji last Wednesday to spend a few days with the D. L. McDonalds, who are spending several weeks there. Dean, Joan and Mnry Lowe, Algona, visited from Wednesday to Thursday with their mnt, MM. Lillian Sheldon. Joan remained 1:01 a longer visit. The Presbyterian Mite society will meet Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Al Staehle with Mrs. J. P. Stow and Mrs. W. A. Stoutenberg as assistant hostesses. The Rev. L. Richmanns returned home Thursday from a visit with relatives at Wheaton, Minn. Mrs. Richmann's mother, Mrs. F. W. Newman, returned home with them for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Will Hathaway and son, Clayton, and Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Fall and daughter, Marjorie, Eagle Grove, visited last week on \ Monday and Tuesday at the J. N. Holding home. Sylvester Brace spent last week at the home of his uncle, Ross Ringsdorf, at Mapleton, Minn. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Brace and Mrs. Tressle Ringsdorf went up Sunday and bought him home. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Morris left last week Tuesday for Oakland, where they visited Mr. Morris' people before returning to their home near New York City. They had spent a week or two here with Mrs. Morris' father, C. L. Dittmer and other relatives. Martin Larsen is erecting a building on the cement floor on which the Hansen Service station stood, before being moved a half mile west. Mr. Larsen has a saw mill and is using lumber, which he sawed himself. He will use the building as a work shop. Mrs. J. H. Graham left Friday evening for Des Moines, where she was called by the very serious ill- ness of her daughter-in-law. Mrs. Allen Graham. M-.\ nnl M.-s. R. A. Iliff came to the Graham home Thursday and Mrs. Ihrf will remain during Mrs. Graham's absence. AUTO EQUIPMENT We keep up with all the latent equipment. What ever jour car neods. Starter and Generator Lighting and Ignition. Carburetor and Fuel 1'nnip. Cylinder Reconditioning (not honing) Valve Grinding Motor Overhauling. DAD'S GARAGE and BODY SHOP The Unspoken Question What Happens To Our Dollars In The Bank? You put them there for Safe Keeping—hut wh.it, do we do with them? Upon the answer to that question hinges the factor of safety for yon. The Iowa State Bank is justly proud of the fact that every Depositor Dollar is used in a Safe and Sound Manner; to extend safe credit; to buy Sound Investments; to make Reliable Loans. This Bank Invites A Chance To Serve Everyone IOWA STATE BANK MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION R. H. Miller, Pres. H. L. Gllmore, Cashier F. L. McMahon, Asst. Cashier A POWERFUL LOT OF I ar piitured ukovt is the SI'l:CI,ll. Series 10 four-Join sedan, tiSS li,t at tht factory, Hint, Mich. 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Come see it—come drive it. When you see how little more it costs and how much more it is than the lowest-priced cars — you won't be happy till it's yours! MONTHLY PAYMENTS TO FIT YOUR PURSEI Ask ahuut the (!tttt'r.i/ M jlurj in;ta!luu'nt plan. *£765 to fJ'JJi .ire the hit pruts if the //<-•-• L-bi.L .it Hint, Muh. iuhjict tu cil.tllgt •liilJuxt HMif, HtuuJtll.i ,111.1 Jt-tfl.ll .1.,-cu-jrii groups UH .ill HtaJtli .It ,.\tl.l i ;;/. All Bul.lt fri,,s -.H.luJe X/.lll lllrouifll^ut as Jt.in-i.irj , •/:/:///;««/. A OfNEIAl MO1OU PROOUC1 KLASSIE MOTOR CO. 7M ALGONA WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT, BUICK WILL'BUILO THEM *

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