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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 18, 1936
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The Algona Upper Dee Moines, Algona, Iowa, August 18,1936 Frank Mlddleton of Clarion, .spent the week end as guest of Bob Post . , H- T. Miller, spent Friday, at Moines. Bob Spencer spent the week end at the Raymond Norton cottage at Clear Lake. Mr*, Elsie Wente of Stmnyslde, California, who is visiting at Plover, was a guest of Mrs. W. O. Muhleman, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Hlggtns of Des Moines, spent Sunday and Monday at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Ray Work. W. J. Payne, state field manager for the weekly pay division for the Des Moines Register and Tribune, Is spending a week's vacation at his home. . *.-,. Mary Elisabeth Van Awbi jfte- rlved home Sunday after lislttfig since Tuesday at the home of a cousin, Hubert O'Brien, who lives near Bode. D. K. Brown, division superintendent of the railway express agency, was a business caller, Thursday, of the local express agent, E. R. Klfbach. Mrs. Anne Perry of Beacon, and her daughter, Eda Perry of Des Moines, arrived Saturday for a •week's visit with the former's sister Mrs. L. E. Potter.. Rose Ann Lee Brown, who has been spending the summer months with Mr. and Mrs. Ed D. Sheehan went to Atlantic, Friday, where she will attend school. Mrs. B. P. Richardson and family returned Friday night from a two week's sight-seeing trip through the Black Hills, Denver and Colorado Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Schwletert returned Friday evening from a few days' vacation. They visited cousins at McGregor, stopped In Madison, Wis., and spent a day at the' Dells. Margaret Kirbach, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Kirbach, returned Saturday after spending two weeks visiting friends and relatives In Chicago, Milwaukee and other points of interest Mr. and Mrs. Don Hutchison and -daughters left Thursday morning for Cedar Rapids, where they will spend a week visiting at the home of Mrs. Hutchison's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schulce. CORRECTION We advertised Jackie Jumpers last week at 79c and $1.19. This should have read Brodle's Jumpers, 79c and $1.19. Midbach Clothing Or. and Mrs. M. F. Anderson and son, Maurice, of Tucson, Arizona, arrived Saturday for a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Paxson. Maurice is head of the music department at the University of Arizona. Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Bandy and daughter, Jane, of Brltt and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. William Mack and Kitty Mack, niece of the Wm. Macks, of Streator, Illinois, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chet Williams, Friday evening. Mrs. Dennis Pratt and daughter, Betty Jean, drove to West Union Tuesday morning with friends from Corwith. They visited with the sister of the former, Mrs. E. A. Traeger, and friends and relatives, returning home Sunday evening. Fred Ferguson left Saturday meaning for his home in Keokuk, after spending three weeks visiting at the home of his uncle, Milton Norton. Fred Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ferguson and Milton Norton and Mrs. Ferguson are brother and sister. Mrs, Harry Hargreaves and Mrs. Joe Harlg returned Friday evening from Davenport, where they had been since Tuesday. While In Dav enport they attended the Legion Auxiliary convention, to which they were delegates. Maxlne Momyer was also a delegate. Mrs. E. V. Pierce retrned Wednesday after spending ten days at the Pierce cottage at Spirit Lake. Mr. Plerce's mother, Mrs. H. L. Pierce, and Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Hewlns and little daughter, Patsy, of Freeport, Illinois, were the guests of Mrs, Pierce at the cottage. Mrs. K. E. Wight and son. Bobble, and nephew, Tommy Eskrldge returned to their homes Monday, after spending a month visiting the former's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Aalfs. Mrs. Wight and Bobbie reside in Clayton, New Mexico, and Tommy lives In Denver. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Roupe and family left for their home in Cedar Rapids, Sunday, after spending the week visiting with the parents of the former, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roupe. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Roupe spent Wednesday and Thursday In Minneapolis, as guests of the former's sister, Mrs. Ernest Eklund. Guests at the Dr. R. M. Wallace home last Sunday were R. J. Grover, wife and daughter of Des Moines; J. H. Grover, Parco, Idaho; Derald Delano, Marie Grover, of Burt; Mr. and Mrs. Luther Fairbanks and children and Mr. and Mrs. Rassmussen, also of Burt. The guests were relatives of Mrs. Wallace. Ruth Ann Slgsbee of Fort Dodge spent last week visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vera, and her brother, Bob, spent last week at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lou's Wegener. Their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bigsbee, former residents of Algona, attended a family reunion at Burt Sunday and took their children Stfttcpi&piptxiyiiy^^ CLEOPATRA Would Envy Modern Women Because today, right here, you can achieve modern, feminine grooming and regular attention to beauty care at moderate prices. Phone 279 now. * * A .41 PERMANENT WAVES AT POPULAR PRICES Morrison's Beauty Shop • A Cool, Spacious, Restful Beauty Salon All Seats 16c Kids lOc HIT NO. 1 Bargain Days Fri.-Sat., Aug. 21-22 Fri. Mat. 2:30, fiat. 135 ATTBAOTIONS 2 All Seats 16C <n KlOS IOC HIT NO. * SHI SACfilFKED HERSELF FORA LITTLE ORPHAN PALI MARY OF SCOTLAND ^.«//i.-,'.-*;H'EPBUHN ••- V .-,./;.:• MARCH Faye Reathershaw of Fort Dodge was a guest of Mrs. Cora Miller, Saturday. > Mrs. Pan! Wflfo of Okobojt was In Algona Monday visiting former Alg6na friends. Delores Debit of Denver to spending two weeks visiting at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Eva Delm. Hugh Herman spent from Wednesday until Saturday on a business trip to Perry and. Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wellendorf and children spent the week end at Clear Lake visiting friends and relatives. Harriet Conolly of Des Moines and friends visited Sunday at the A. E. Michel and D. L. Leffert homes. Sarah Holmes of Montana, arrived Thursday for a few days' visit with her cousin and wife, Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Butler. Charlotte Hilton will drive to Slayton, Minnesota today (Tuesday) and will visit her father, Roy Hilton, until Sunday. Mrs. Pauline Pond spent Saturday with an old friend, Mrs. Hugh Herman. Mrs. Pond is a registered nurse from Minneapolis. Margaret Vlgars, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Vigars, arrived home Saturday after spending a few days visiting friends at Cedar Falls. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Stlllman and two daughters, spent the week end at Dolllver at the home of Mr. Stillman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Stlllman. Mary Margaret Byrne, beauty operator at the Cora Miller beauty shop, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Byrne, of Fort Dodge. W. P. Hemphin returned Friday from a business trip to about fifty small towns. He had been gone since Tuesday. Mr. Hemphill operates a grain office at Emmetsburg. C. R. Holt, manager of the Graham store, returned Sunday from Ottumwa where he attended a convention of Graham store managers and bought fall goods for the local store. Both Crabb of Tacoma, Washington, and daughter of Dr. and Mrs. G. M. Crabb spent the week end with Doris Long. The girls were former schoolmates at Grlnnell College. Katherlne Boeder, niece of R. W. Roeder, returned to her home in Lansing, Sunday after spending two weeks visiting at the R. W. Roeder home and with friends at West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Swanson and daughter, Rosalee, drove to Des Moines Sunday to meet Mr. Swanson's niece, Joan Conrad, of Omaha. Joan will be a guest of Mr and Mrs. Swanson for two weeks. Dr. and Mrs. L. C. Nugent and daughter, Mary Lee, drove to Cedar Rapids, Thursday. They were the guests at tile homes of Mrs. Nu- jrent's brothers, Sumner and Willlam Quarton. They returned .home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Burr and Mr and Mrs. A. E. Rasmussen of Webster City were guests of Mr. am Mrs. W. A. Foster. Sunday. The 'Bam and the Rasmusiens are old neighbors and friends of the Fosters. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Sheehan drove to Des Moines, Sunday, to take Mr Sheehan's niece, Betty, home. Betty has been a guest at the Sheehan home during the past two weeks. She Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sheehan. Mr. and Mm. E. J. Hodge* became grandparents for the Jirst time last Saturday when a son, Bruce Alexander, was born to their daughter, Mrs. James Reed at Bartleavllle, Oklahoma. Mrs. Reed will be remembered as Evelyn Hodges. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bell and Airs. Harold Bell of Falrfield and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Snuggs of Mt Pleasant were guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bell. Harold and Mrs. Snuggs are Paul's brother and sister, and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bell are his parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Long and son, Jack, left Friday morning for San Francisco, where they will spend three weeks visiting their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Middlekouff, and their new grandson, Charles Robert, born August 10. Mrs. Middlekouff was formerly Arba Dee Long. Mr. and Mr*. Charles Clement left Saturday for Naytahwauah, in northern Minnesota, where they will visit Mrs. Clement's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Curran for ten days. Mr. and Mrs. Clement were accompanied by the latter's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Whitehill of Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hendrlcka and son, Bobbie, of Sioux City, returned rfo their home, Saturday. They had been visiting at the home of Mrs. Hendricks' sister, Mrs. R. G. Richardson, since Tuesday. Nels Olson, father of Mrs. Richardson and Mrs. Hendricks, accompanied them to Sioux City and returned to his home there. Mr. Olson had visited the Richardsons for the past two weeks. CUCUMBERS For Sale Any size, at the stand, 5'-i miles west of Algona on pavement 18. 33-tf DANCE: EVERY NIGHT UNTIL AUG. 31 THEN ONLY THURS., FBI., SAT., SUN. AT THE SUR F BALLROOM, CLEAR LAKE BOB SAVERS, TUBS. £ WED. LEO TERRY, THURSDAY WMT GERMAN BAND, FRL BUS CANFIELD, SAT. HAROLD MORGAN, SUN. COURT HUSSEY, MONDAY Griff Williams And His Hotel Mark Hopkins Orchestra THURa, AUG. 81 Advance Tickets 75c per person Now on sale at Barry's in Al- gous. Door price $1.00 all tax included. Booth Reservation* at ft and ILN per booth. Advance Sate closo Aug. 3S. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Hllsteadt spent Thursday In Des Moines on a business trip. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Rigging of Emmetsburg were Friday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Dooley. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. MeKee and Mrs. Jessie Aman spent Monday in Des Moines on a business trip. Mrs. Charlotte Parsons spent the week end In Cedar Rapids visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ned Porter. Rita Dooley, Doane Jensen and Red Behlmer of Des Moines spent the week end with their respective parents. Mrs. Franklin Clarke of LeMars arived Monday, for a week's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Bergfleld. Mrs. Elbe Van Dorston left on Saturday to spend a few days visiting her mother, Mrs. Anna Younie at Norway, Iowa. County Treasurer and Mrs. M. 3. Duffy and family spent Sunday as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Phil" J. Dorweiler at Fort Dodge. Edward Garner of Storm Lake spent Sunday with his brother, Wm. Garner. William is Plymouth salesman at Maxwell Motor Co. Mr. and Mrs. CX B. Nasby of Omaha arrived Saturday for a vis- It at the home of Mrs. Nasby's parents, Mr.'and Mrs. K. D. James. Mrs. Anna Strandberg of Ogden returned to her home Thursday after spending a week at the home of her daughter, Mrs. B. E. Hilsteadt. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. White, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. White, Don White and Audra Benton spent Sunday visiting relatives of the Whites at Perry. ^ Bob Saxe returned to His home In Chicago Thursday evening, after spending six weeks visiting at the J. J. Dooley home, and at the home of his uncle, Joe Curran of Lu- Verne. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Daffy and family attended a picnic at Whlt- temore, Wednesday evening, given In honor of Mr. Duffy's sister, Sister Mary Geraldlne, who teaches at Ryan. D. W. Clark and children of Miami, Florida, Mrs. Ira Clark of Spring Valley, Minnesota, and Mrs. Oscar Johnson of Armstrong were gueats of Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Kruse Saturday. Capt. and Mrs. Victor Byrnes of Shreveport. La., were dinner guests of Dr. and Mrs. M. G. Bourne on Friday. The former are on their way home after spending two months at Lake Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Jennett of Hartford, South Dakota, spent Sunday at the home of the former's sister, Mrs. Frank Baser. They left Monday for Streator, Illinois, to visit his mother and will also visit a brother at Decatur, Illinois. Catherine McCall, accompanied by a friend, Ethel Todd, teacher al the A. I. B. commercial college al Des Moines, spent the week enc with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M J. McCall. Catherine Is attending the A. I. B. College at Des Molnea - Mrs. lone Clarice of LeMars, visited from Tuesday until Sunday a the home of her friends, Mr. anil Mrs. C. W. Bergfleld. Mr. and Mrs. Bergfleld drove to LeMars On Sunday to take their guest home and spent the day visiting friends and relatives. Imelda Dooley, daughter of Mr and Mrs. J. J. Dooley will leave on Wednesday for St. Paul where she will spend a week's vacation visit- Ing at the home of an aunt, Mrs. C. McLaughlln and other relatives. Imelda Dooley is deputy recorder of Kossuth county. * Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roupe and daughters, Irma Dee, and Mrs. Hat' tie Phillips, and her daughter, Donna Jean, and Don Gardner, drove to Mason City Sunday to attend a family picnic, with Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Witwer. Mrs. Wltwer Is also a daughter of the Roupes. Mrs. Glen Roland and Mrs. Wallace MacDougall drove to Mason City Saturday where they met the former's daughter, Ruth Roland, who is attending a business school In Des Moines and Is vacationing a fortnight with her parents. They also attended the Rlngllng circus. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Kirsch and Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Collins of Fort Dodge spent last week at Casa Lake. They returned Sunday evening. Friday night they wenl fishing with Dr. L G. Baker and E. J. Van Ness. The latter spent from Wednesday until Sunday there. Frances Clayberg is spending a two weeks' vacation visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clayberg, at her home in Grlnnell. Frances teaches in the fourth and fifth grades at the Bryant school. During the summer she has been employed at the swimming pool. Mary Foster is working in her place. Rev. A. J. Koonce aijd family of Enon Valley, Pa., formerly pastor in the Presbyterian church of Lu- Verne is spending hia vacation here in Algona and will preach in the Lone Rock Presbyterian church, next Sunday, August 23. While in Algona they are visiting at the home of their friends, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Colwell. Rev. and Mrs. W. G. Muhleman returned a week ago Saturday, from Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, where they had been attending a two week session of the Interdenominational Conference of Leaders and Adults in Religious Education. Rev. Muhleman spent one week in the hospital at Elkhorn, Wisconsin, where he was seriously ill with erysipelas. Otto Miller of Glen Ellyii, Hanoi*, arrived Sunday for his mother, Mrs. Louis Miller and sister, Mrs. Chester Long, who returned to Glen Ellyn with him. Mrs. Miller will make her hon^ with her son, and after a few days' visit in Glen Ellyn, Mrs. Long will go to Coldwater, Michigan, where she will visit her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Clow. Mrs. Clow was formerly Gertrude Long. Just 80 yearn ago tain week, Joe Greenberg brought borne his bride, after a honeymoon trip on the Great Lakes. Mrs. Greenberg, the former Sadie Stein of Chicago, came to Algona to make her home. Joe had been in the United States 8 years, coming here from Russia, and by dint of hard work had finally procured a business of his own, taking over the old John Bingaman business. It is to be noted, that the new Greenberg building, juat completed, one of the finest in the city, might be termed * *(«t ot « Mt)> wedding anniversary present. Mrs. Gnata Patterson and son. Stanley, spent Sunday with the "ormer's mother. Mrs. Eva Germann of St. Benedict. Genevleve Hartshorn went to Oes Moines Thursday where she visited a few days at the home of ier brother, Gerald and family. Bernlce Ludwlg, beauty operator at the Marigold Beauty Shop, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ludwlg of Whittemorc. R. J. Harrington, Gordon Dewel and Roy McMahon left Friday for Dallas, Texas, where they will spend ten days at the Texas Centennial. Rosannp Holttbauer returned home from Des Moines Thursday, after a short visit with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Moore Smith. Mrs. Agnes Laldley left Thursday for Mallard where she will spend a week with her son, Paul, and 'amity before returning to her home in Mason City. • Sheila Ann Hanson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hanson of Titonka, returned to her home on Thursday after spending a week with her grandmother, Mrs. John Caughlln. Mr. and Mrs. Guy McArthur, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Richardson of Elmore, Minnesota, spent Thursday as guests at the R. G. Richardson home. Alfred and R. G. Richardson are cousins. Mrs. George KanoufTs sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Morris of Omaha, left Friday, to return to their home. They had been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo Kanouff since Monday. Ruth Bishop will teach In Iowa City this year instead of Waterloo where she previously taught. She will leave September 10, and will do departmental work, probably in the fifth and sixth grades. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Duffy will attend a meeting of the Mason City wholesalers and distributors at the Kermoore Hotel at Emmetsburg this (Tuesday) evening. They will be guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. McCarron of Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. HlUyard and Ruth Bishop returned, Thursday evening from Park Rapids, Minn., where they had been vacationing for the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. HlUyard will return to their home Sunday, in Gary, Indiana. Omega McGrath and Drusllla Caughlin left Sunday morning to spend a week's vacation at the Texas Centennial In Dallas. Omega Is employed at Christensen Bros, department store, and Drusllla Is employed at the Sorensen drug store. Ruth Malueg will arrive Friday for a two weeks' vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Malueg. She has completed her summer course at Cedar Falls and wil begin the fall term on her return She Is taking a music and commercial course. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Vlnson and children, Craig and Shirley, left on Saturday for Conde, South Dakota where they will make their home Mr. Vinson has taken over a ru ral mall delivery and his route here has been taken by Stanley R John son, formerly of Conde. . £ Mr. and Mrs. Earl Klraoh returned to their home in Milwaukee, on Saturday after spending a week visiting Mr. and Mrs. L J. Malueg and Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Thiel. Mrs Kirsch la the niece of Ernst Thie and Mrs. Malueg. Mr. Kirsch is a mail carrier In Milwaukee. Mrs. Merwln Foote returned to her home at Hastings, Nebraska, Tuesday. She was accompanied home by her mother, Mrs. Frank Shllts, and her aunt, Mrs. G. C. Stewart, and her cousin, Mrs. J. P. Simon. Mrs. Simon went with Mrs. Foote, but Mrs. Stewart, and Mrs. Shilts made the trip in the Shilts car. A delegation of sales and service men, headed by R. O. Bjustrom, attended a meeting at Sioux City, Friday. In the group were Louis Lynk, R. B. Fickbahn, Barney Platt, Myron Ludwlg, and Harold Kuecker from the Algona store, and Carl Walker and Kenneth Thompson of the Swea City store. The meeting was sponsored by the Delco heat company. Dr. and Mrs. R. R. Kennedy came down from Minneapolis and spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Kennedy's sister, Mrs. Tom Sherman, where they also visited with Edward and Richard Sherman, who are leaving this week for Holly-i wood. Dr. Kennedy has a large practice In the city and he and Mrs. Kennedy were forced to return to Minneapolis on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred E. Res- segule and two children and Emmoline Creecy of Chicago, arrived last Monday and will spend until Friday visiting with the former's mother, Mrs. T. H. Holmea. Mr. Resseguie is connected with the Continental Illinois National Trust & Savings Bank at Chicago, and while here is visiting numerous banks in Kossuth and surrounding counties. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. White and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pearson returned Wednesday evening from a week's vacation. They went into Canada from Duluth via Lake Superior to Port Arthur, and from Canada they went to Battle Lake in northern Minnesota to fish. On the return trip they stopped at St. Cloud, Minnesota, and visited Mr. and Mrs. Paul Humil, former residents of Algona. Edward Sherman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sherman, arrived Sunday for a short visit with his pur- ents. Edward is connected with the American Telephone & Telegraph Co. in New York City. On Thursday, he and his brother, Richard, wil 1 drive to Hollywood, California, where Richard's contract with the Twentieth Century Fox begins September 1. Edward will return to Nuw York City by plane. Mi*. G. C. Stewart, Riverdate township, and Mrs. Frank Schilts are expecting their brother, A. E. Vox. and family of Beverly Hills, California, the first part of this week. The Fox family have been spending the """"Tier in their summer home at Estes park. They are stopping here on their way east, where they will leave one son. Rex. at Galesburg, 111., where be will enter Knox College this fall, and the other son, Don, will enter Dartmouth, wh«re he has won a schol- Both boya graduated from HUta high schol last Jan- Louh Hcetland has resigned his osition with the Algona Produce Station and will operate a produce tntlon at Renwick, Iowa. Mr. Heetland will go there this week to make preparations for the opening f the station. His wife and daughter, Joyce, will join, him abut the first of September. Mr. ieetland has been with the Algona ""reduce for five years, coming here 'rom Lakota. Mrs. Heetland is the 'ormer Irene Pentecost, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pentecost of his city. Parents of a Son Doan: Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bjustrom are the proud parents of an 8 pound baby son, Charles Cecil, born Wednesday, August 12th at the Kossuth hospital. Mother and baby are doing nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Knowles and children, Anna, Marie and Gordon and Mrs. Clyde Harlnn of Stockport, Iowa, visited at the Otto Harlan home last week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Chester Robinson and family attended the Ringling Bros, circus at Mason City Saturday. Mrs. Jessie Elmore went to Rochester. Minn., Aug. 9 for removal of her tonsils. ' FREE—Beautiful Table Lamp— the newest style, silk shade, a new style base, large site—with the pur- hase of a CORONADO 1938, 8-tube Electric Radio, $39.93. 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