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The Algona Upper De« Molnes, Algona, Iowa, August 4,1936 RED OAK GIVES RHLEY PRAISE IN RESOLUTION New Algona Chamber of Commerce Secretary's Work Lauded Chamber of Commerce directors of Red Oak, Iowa, Friday congratulated the Algona, Iowa, Chamber of Commerce, upon appointment of Oliver Relley, a* executive secretary, and in a resolution commending the former director praised his work in the organization and for the city during recent year*. The resolution directed by the Red Oak directors follows: A resolution adopted this twenty-fourth day of July, 1936, by the Red Oak Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors. Whereas: For a number of year* there ban been associated with us in various capacities, as an officer, a* a commltteeman and member, Oliver 8. Relley, and Whereas t The services of Oliver & Relley have been so pronounce! and outstanding as to call for special consideration, and Whereas: Mr. Reiley has headed th« Chamber of Commerce. Safety, Baseball, Conciliation, promotional and other important committee*, and Whereas: He has had unusual success in hie endeavors *nd ha* Chamber of Commerce that the Business and Professional men of Algona, Iowa, be congratulated upon obtaining the services of Mr. Relley, that the Red Oak organization extend to the Algona Chamber of Commerce Its best wishes, and that it offer Its wholehearted cooperation In any projects of mutual Interest and Its sincere interest in any advancement that fine northern city may make and that Red Oak organization recommend to Algona, Iowa, Chamber of Commerce, one of Its outstanding workers, Oliver 8. Relley. (Signed) Board of Directors of Red Oak Chamber of Commerce Fenton Man Enters Cherokee Hospital R. L. Padgett, Fenton contractor, who Issued circulars recently in connection with a birthday party he held, and Invited President Roosevelt to attend, was taken to the Cherokee state hospital last Friday. The Fenton man was in an accident a few years ago, and is believed to be suffering from the effects of that mishap. Thursday, there was a slight rumpus regarding a rifle and authorities were called In, with the result that It was considered best for him to rest for awhile at the hospital. truthfully, fittingly and honorably represented the organisation before many public gatherings and In many civic enterprises, and Wheteas: The loss of Mr. Relley to Red Oak will be one of deep concern to its business and professional life, and Whereas: It is proper and fitting that the Red Oak Chamber of Commerce In a small way pay Its due respects to Mr. Relley's ability, Therefore: Be It resolved by the board of directors of the Red Oak j SENECA NEWS Mrs. Dettman Nielsen underwent an operation at the Iowa City hospital Thursday morning. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Dotson are enjoying a visit from Mrs. Dotson's brother and family of Williston, South Dakota. The Helpful Thursday club met at the O. Kracht home Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Kracht ind dtuxhter, Evi, as hostesses. Mrs. George Patterson and her daughter, Margaret, Mrs. Maurice Jensen and daughter, Connie, and Virginia House, visited relatives at High Lake Thursday. New Building Will Be Erected Soon For Wesley Barber Wesley: A. L. Klelnpeter will erect a building on his ground east of the creamery, to be occupiet by Harry Mathah*, barber, wtoo now occupies the room farthest west on the ground floor of the Klelnpeter building. Excavation for the basement 1* begun. It I* planned to move, remodel, and add to the building used for the Palmer blacksmith shop, also owned by Mr. Klelnpeter. The stock of furniture just bought from Thos. McMahon by the Klelnpeter flrm, will be moved to the room now used'as a barber shop. Mr. Mathahs also deals In radios. Joseph Ormsby will leave soon for the University of Notre Dame, where he will study for the priesthood. Doctor and Mrs. Alson Braley, Iowa City, spent a few days last week with Alson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Braley. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Spraut returned to Minneapolis last Thursday, having visited Mrs. Spraut's niece, Mrs. Hazel Gerdes, and brother-in- law, Ben Hopkins. Roslna Eisenbacher has returned to Fort Atkinson, WIs.. having spent a month here with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ignats Eisen bacher, Wesley fanners. C. A. Lawler, Minneapolis, and his daughters, Vera, Mildred, and 40 At Homecoming Held Thursday By Union M&D Union) The Union Mother* and Daughter* club enjoyed a home coming meeting at the home o Mrs. Carrie Bourne last Thursda afttfrnoon, July 80. She was assist* ed In entertaining by Mayme Stein man. There were forty ladle* in attendance. Roll call waa answered will quotations. The club song an< "Home, Sweet Home" was sung by the members with Mrs. Wood at the piano. Talks were given by Sadie Schenck of Minneapolis, who 1* still a member; Mayme Hoflus of Burt and Julia Dearchs of Algona, also members. The club deemed It a great pleasure to have these elderly members present Violin music was furnished by Vera Stell. A tray lunch was served by the hostesses. A family picnic will be held In wo weeks on August 13. The place Josephine, spent a few days last week with their daughter and sister, Mrs. Vincent Daughan. Members of the Study club met with the president Mrs. Helen Mulllns, Thursday, to prepare the course of study for next year. The general subject will be "These United States." yvwwvvwwwvwvvwrv White Final Cleanup On All White Shoes Airstep Ties and Straps Regular $5.50 Clean Up at $3.95 Others in Sandals, Ties, Oxfords to clean up at $2.95 $2.45 Straps and Sport $1.95 98c Glaus sner Kleer Sheer Hosiery Summer Shades at Special Prices Regular $1.25 Hose at $1.00 Regular $1.00 Hose at , 79c Regular 79c Hose at 59c Brownell Shoe Co. Algoim The Slide Store of Kossuth Co. Iowa Grace Kouba, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kouba, Sr, Wesley, has a new secretarial position with Comptroller C. B. Murtagh, Des Molnes, having recently been a stenographer In the office of the attorney general. Arthur Bather, Worthlngton, Minn., with his wife and two children visited here last Thursday with bis aunt, Mrs. Peter Skow and cousin, Mrs. Marlon Paulson. His mother and the late Peter Skow were sister and brother. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Dlmond, Rutherford, New Jersey, are visiting Mr. Dlmond'a brother, G. M., Wesley farmer. They brought back June Dlmond, who had vljlted them for three weeks. The party started west by car Saturday, July 25, and reached Moulton, in southern Iowa the following Monday even- Ing. They vlslteB T. L. Dlmond's relatives there until Wednesday morning, and completed the trip that day. June says she likes the east very much, and had a grand time on her visit Mrs. Edith Dawson, Mason City, formerly of Wesley, recently visited her cousin, Luetta Ward Patrick, Center City, Minn., and aunt, Mrs. Patrick's mother, Helen Chapin Ward, at 8 tan ton, North Dakota. Mrs. Ward, widow of Wm Ward. Sr, lived northwest of Wesley many year*, and the senior Mrs. Dawson, mother of Arlo, ol Wesley, was formerly Edith Chapln and lived here In her girlhood. She frequently visits her son here. Luetta Ward Patrick lost her husband last winter. She is also having serious trouble with her eyes. Twenty Years News of meeting will be announced at a later date. Ethel Smith Is chairman of the committee. Guests .of the club were MM B. F. Croee, Algona; Mr*. Vernice Cash, Omaha; Ml** Vein Stell, and Mr*. L. C. Puth. Algona and Mr*. Ralph Kesselring, Union. Newlywede Call Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Relnke of Blue Earth, Minn., newlyweds, called on the Ralph Kesselrlng family recently. Mrs. Kesselring and Mrs. Relnke are sisters. Hetpa at Threshing Mrs. Philip Scheme! assisted with threshing at the Nick Kriep* home. Margaret and Betty Reynolds and Mary Weir were guest* during threshing at the Lawrence Glsch home. Funeral Thursday For Otis Moore, 31 Otis Moore, 31, died Tuesda; morning at the Kossuth hosplta where he had been for two week* Mr. Moore had been a diabetic fo the past seven years. Funeral ser vice* were held Thursday after noon and burial was made at Rlv ervlew. Mr. Moore was born August 12 1MB, at Webster City. He ha< worked on farms near Burt for nine yean. He Is survived by his wife, one daughter, three son*, a brother, and two half-sisters, all of Algona. Former Wesleyan Here on Business T. B. Ptterman of Tomahawk, Wisconsin, who was connected with a Wesley bank about 20 years ago, was a visitor here and at Wesley last Thursday. Mr. Peterman IB in the banking business In the Wisconsin city. He was here looking after Interests In connection with a farm near Sexton, and had swung through northern Iowa after taking a trip down through Kentucky, Tennessee and Into Loulsana, and returning via Arkansas and Missouri. He reported Missouri and southern Iowa as badly burned up, but in Arkansas found crops In fine condition, with cotton stretching for miles and looking like an abundant crop. Northern Iowa he thought did not look especially bad, despite the lack of rain. THE UNITED STATES ha* Fire Million More Telephone* than all of EUROPE... UHITID STATIS 12S.OOO.OOO People 17.500.000 ~ ' I he United Suui ha» leu than one-fourth the population of Europe, but it ha. nea.-ly one and one-half time* ai many telephone*. With only about onc-uxtccnth of the world'* population, the United Staiti ha» more tele- NORTHWESTIIN .ILL TILIrHOMI IUROPI SSO.OOO.OOO *te*4e 12.SOO.OOO Telepbeae* phonei »nd makct more telephone olU than all the rtit of the world combined. Suih great and widespread uu of telephone trrviic iu the United State» ii evidence of its alue and ill low con to telephone vuu*. COMPANY Joe MJsbaeh, whe attended the Des Molnes meeting of the Iowa State Progressive convention, was reelected commltteeman from the Tenth district and was later honored by being elected to take the Important position of chairman of the state central committee. This was a distinction for Mr. Misbach as well as for Algona. It was the first time that Algona had been the home of a chairman of a state central committee. Algona waa up against the proposition of disposing of her sewage HI the north side. The dam on the river was washed out on the south end by high water the previous spring. As a result the water did not flow through the south •ranch where the river emptied. There either had to be a new dam or a septic tank. The city's growth had brought the light and water plants about to its limit, and more tower and machinery would soon te needed to supply the needs of the city. The Algona Athletic Park and play grounds became more popular every day and the kiddle* had great sport on the slide, swing* and see-saws. The older folks played baseball and tennis and some Interesting games were pulled off. • • • Miss Loela Wallace had spent a week at Okobojl, at the E. J. Murtagh cottage. Dr. Hist and family were sojourning at their cottage at Clear Lake those sultry days and enjoying the salubrious air and many delights of Algona Beach. The Dr. Trlbon family was also there, and Editor Dewel waa sorry that his cottage was rented, and he had to stay at home. Editor Dewel said that women bathers had adopted the new style at Clear Lake and were going In the water without stockings. Mr. and .Mrs. Harvey Ingham and three sons of Des Moines were touring east In their automobile. They were reported In Newburyport, Massachusetts, visiting with their relatives, Col. and Mrs. Schuyler Ingham. Clint MeClellan had a very narrow escape from death while doing some wiring near the fairgrounds with City Superintendent Kelly. He was on one pole and Supt. Kelly on another. Mr. Kelly heard him groan and realized what had happened and cut the wires. Clint fell limp over the cross arm and Mr. Kelly carried him to the ground. He worked over him for some time with a physician who was called and respiration was restored. 8upt. Kelly stated that 1100 volts at 66 imperes passed through Clint'H body, and In another moment life would have been extinct. His hands were both bady burned and a large strip was burned on hi* nack. Burt News Mrs. W. N. McChesney, Evan- ttton, III., arrived Friday for a couple ot weeks' visit with her mister, Mrs. C. B. Mitchell. Dean Clapsaddle left last week Monday with his grandfather, t>. L). CKp»addle, for Aurora, III., to visit a sister-in-law of Mr. Clapsaddle. Lydia Mansmilh was operated on lor appendicitis at her home here Tuesday morning. Helen Hchwie- tert was the nurse. Wm. Kehl at Hem* Mr. and Mr*. Harvey Kohl of St. Paul and William Kohl, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Kohl, came last Saturday for a visit at the parental home. William has been visiting his brothers. Harvey and Richard and they have been sojourning and fishing at a northern lake. fames Hanson ni James Hanson, father of Mrs. Clair Winkle, Mrs. Lloyd Schenck and Ira Hanson, the latter who operates a filling station near Burt, has been ill at the home of his son with some form of stomach trouble to which he is subject Miss Vera Stell, Algona. was an overnight guest at the W. J. Bourne home last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Marlow attended the funeral of Mrs. Mar low's sister, Mrs. Otto Volght of Eagle Grove, last week. Herman Dau recently visited his son, Clarence in Wisconsin, having made the trip with his daughter, Mrs. Ralph Jones, and family of Des Moines. Jessie Sarchett returned last Saturday to the Joe McCormick home at West Bend after a two weeks' visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Presley Sarchett Winifred Jergenson again last Thursday at the club's homecoming meeting at the W. J. Bourne home. It is Mrs. Jergenson's first attendance since her severe illness last winter. Her health Is much Improved. George Wlnkel. north of Whittemore, who purchased a new tractor this spring has been farming the land on his father's farm (Jacob Winkel), Union, this summer. George la the eldest son of the Wlnkels and has been farming near Whit tern ore ever since his marriage. Fall Term of the Mankato Commercial College, Mankato, Minn will open Aug. 31. If you plan to take a commercial course, send for Union Twp. Girl Faints, Is Injured Union: Mary Qlsch, who 1* at- endlng summer school at Cedar Falls, spent the week end with her parent*, Mr. and Mrs. L. Glsch. She has been laid up, having fainted one day about two week* ago when she was at the top of the stairs proceeding to one of her classes. She fell down the stairs and was confined to her bed from Thursday until the following Monday. Luckily no bones were broken. ratalog. 31-32* ST. JOE NEWS Stella Mae Reding spent thin week at the Edward Bench home near YVhitternoro. Kev. Geo. Theobald attended the funeral of Father Meyers at Milford Tuesday morning. Husie Mergen returned home on iunday after several weeks visit ut thtf Orville Wagner home. Mr. and Mrs. Val Fuhrrnann and Hr. and Mrs. Charles PUthe were [•'ort Dodge shoppers Thursday. Peter Mueller from Whlttemore, John Krlders and son, Norbert, were business callers at Mason City Friday. Mr. and Mrs. James Becker and daughter* from north of Algona were visitors at the George Becker home Sunday. Celestine Marso, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Marso, spent several days this week with bur grandmother, Mrs. Lena Marso, at Livermore. Considering how fine ttts raflroad transportation is nowadays, you can't travel any cheaper. Fare* lowest in history—substantLilsav- ings on round trip tickets. So why not take the train? If* safer. It's more dependable. • Yon can't beat the Improved travel comfort in coache* and aleeptog can. If* • good thing movies don't nave aucn reatful aeate—mo»t foOu would •ore fall asleep. • Ever hear about the new Free P*ck-op-«nd-<ld» very o/lesjs than carload freight? It's a great convenience to shippers and receiver* alike. Western rauraads pkk up at the door, ship by fast freight, and deliver to door at no extra charge. • KaOroad trains are running en faster schedule* these days. Scans like the iron horse wants to show these new streamlined diced* that he can step out, too. Both passenger and freight schedules have been speeded up. • Whaf • more, the railroad* believe in "safety first" Laet year not one paaaeoger waa killed in a train accident on weatern railroad*. e Talk to your local railroad agent. He's fun of information about traveling and shipping. • We are proud of rattroad achievements, appreciate the public's good will and increased patrcn- aae, and pledge continued prag- WISTEBN RAILROAD! •MI not rmutA* oottHurr Larry Gisch, Walt Mescher Going West Union: Larry Glsch and a friend, Walter Mescher of Bancroft left last Friday morning for a trip and tour of the west They may pick up some work on the trip. Their first stop was Wlnnlfred, South Dakota, where two of Larry'* aunts reside, Mesdame* Bigger and McDonald. They will .then drive on to Devil'* Lake, where they will remain far a time, going on west Mile of Graveling In Union Complete Union: the mile of road from the Robert Loss corner north past the Erpeldlng and Wlnkel farms was gravelled recently, Joining the older gravel on the north. This will make a good road to Highway 18. Do Scenes Like This Make You Shiver? Then Try — BLUE STAR "The King of All Coah" Blue Star is a distinctive and different coal; it does not split up under heat nor ignite too rapidly, but burns clean and dry from the outside in. It gives off more heat from every shovelful . . . leaves no clinkers and very few ashes. Blue Star coal goes at least 20% farther than ordinary coal. F. S. Norton & Son Phone 229 READ U. D. It WANT ADB-IT PAYS the idea, you know. NOT to waste 'em GOLF and ADVERTISING are much alike ,,, the idea in both is to take the fewest possible strokes* Newspaper Advertising enables you to do just that Of course you can get along without iti but why handicap yourself? Money players carry it in their bags, Not to use it is just like starting out, minus your putter. Why Not Shoot Par In Your Business . . The Algona Upper Des Monies' Circulation hit the Highest Peak in its History of 71 years during July with a total of 3,400 circulation— of which over .'{,000 go into Algona trade territory. In Algona alone, over 700 homes get the [JDM. YOU CAN HOOK AND SLICE DOWN THE COURSE WITH DIRECT MAIL, HAND BUXS, MIMEOGRAPH, MOVIES, BILLBOARDS, AND LOUDSPEAKERS . . . BUT FOR A STRAIGHT DRIVE WITH DISTANCE AND POWER, THERE 18 NO SUBSTITUTE FOB WELL PLANNED, TIMELY, HONEST NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING The Algona Upper Des Hoines Serving KoMucfc County Fom>)i«« Since 1865 • gjS^Bl^Bkv ^s*b -nrw-m mmmmllmmwwu •) SjSJWtfWVUyUIJI wwvft*vwyw^.wvrwv^^ _.._ ^r..^* * ^* A W •» %P •£ ^ %g

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