The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 1, 1936 · Page 2
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 1, 1936
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The Algona Uj^per Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 1,1936 aWHTTTEMORE SCHOOL OPEN Large Eegistrations Are Keported; Same Public Faculty Whittemore: Monday morning tit* three Schools opened here with * large enrollment in each of them. At the public school the same faculty will preside as last year: superintendent, Frank Rochford; Miss Sammln. Miss Lunstrom, Miss Hurley and Miss Blair. At the Lutheran parochial school will be the /allowing: Professors H. W. Behrv kc and P. L. Jessen. At Presenta- tkm Academy: Sisters Mary Fabien, Latin and science; Sister Mary Regina, mathematics and social •dencea; Sister, Mary Davidica, English, commerce and dramatics; Sister Bernadette, seventh A and ninth grades; Sister Concept*, sixth and seventh B; Sister Mary Clare, fourth and fifth; Sister Mary Vlr- ginette. third and fourth B; Sister Mary Alexandra, first and second and vocal music, tap and ballet dancing. Brwln Bargman took his junior baseball team to Wesley Friday to play the Junior baseball team there and defeated Wesley 10 to S. Ruth Adeline Fleming had the misfortune to cut her thumb last week Monday while opening a can. It took several clamps to close the wound. A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Peter Haag last week Tuesday and a ten pound boy arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Sheld- ler Saturday. The Sheldlers have one other child, a girl. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Maahs entertained at their nome at dinner and cards last week Tuesday evening. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Schmltt, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Russell Brady and Mr. and Mrs. Ray L.. Burdlne. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Geerer of Los Angeles, California, returned to their home Wednesday after spending a week at the parental home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Helmke and other relatives. Mrs. Geerer was formerly Nettle Helmke. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer and daughter, Gertrude accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt and daughter, Klnora, were at Fort Dodge last week Tuesday where Gertrude had her tonsils and adenoids removed and Elnora her tonsils. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Behnke and daughter of Bennett. Iowa, are spending a week's vacation at the parental homes of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Behnke and Mr. and Mrs. August Vaudt, Sr, and with other relatives. Edwin is assistant but- termaker at Bennett. Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer were at Armstrong last Wednesday to visit with Mrs. Meyer's sister, Mrs. Nick Looft who has been under the doctor's care for several weeks. Mrs. Louisa Nissen, mother of the two women, returned with the Meyers after being with the Loofts Mr. and Mrs. Simon Elbert and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Loebach left for Lenore. HI., Thursday, where they will visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Loebach will attend a family reunion at Lenore. Miss Alma Elbert and Sis Kelso accompanied them as far as Davenport, where the girls will resume their studies in nurses' training. Card of Thanks We wish to express our sincere thanks to the friends and neighbors for the beautiful floral tributes and deeds of kindness extended to us at the time of our bereavement. —The Ludwig family. 36* CfttO&tt0&O&&0&0^^ Farm Loans 4% Haggard & Falkenhainer Algona, Iowa 34-37 ta3axxcBXBxaacao®o^^ IsYOJURJarn In This Class ? There comes a time on every farm when the old barn has outlived its usefulness. It costs too much to keep it in even fair condition to do its job. ' Then is when a new barn designed and built to meet today's conditions saves money, saves labor, and saves time. Quite a number of farms in this part of the county have bams should be replaced this Fall, Some of these barn owners are planning their new bam with us now. We invite others who need or want new barns to call and see what we can do for them. 'You will lind our service very helpful in selecting the type, size and interior arrangement to n't your needs, as well as making every dollar invested in materials do its full duty. No obligation at all in calling to see what our service can do for you. F. S. Norton & Son Alir<iti;i — Iowa . ArWWUWVWIW News Items of Fenton Vicinity Tony Goeders of Mason City was a Fenton business visitor last week. Mrs. Henry Olsen and children of Fenton spent part of last week at Haifa visiting friends. Lavonne Newel spent last week visiting her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Newel at Hartley. Sidney Bruce Humphrey spent last week in Rings>ed with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Parrish and family of Newton spent last wee ft Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Don Weisbrod. H. W. Schulte has moved the center partition of his beer parlor back about ten feet in order to provide more room. Mrs. R. L. Padgett and sons returned home Friday after a week with her mother, Mrs. William Krause in Lone Rock. Mrs. H. E. Reimers, Mrs. Dorothea Gerhards and children and Mrs. Webber Yager were Esther- vllle visitors Wednesday. A large number of Aid members of the Fenton M. E. church attended the Seneca Aid guest day meeting Thursday afternoon. The W. F. M. S. will meet on September 3 In the church parlors with Mesdames J. B. Hanson, Wilbur Holldorf and R. C. Goetsch. Mrs. Harry Widdel of Fenton Is a patient In the General hospital In Algona since last week Tuesday, where she is recovering from flu. The Weisbrod Implement company Installed a self-computing gasoline pump *t the curb In front of their implement shop this past week. Helen Kern and Ruth Weisbrod, members of the Independence I<l- allsts 4-H club will show an improvised dressing table at the Iowa state fair. Leonard Warner of Ledyard who spent several weeks painting for his uncle, Oscar Warner, left Monday with a friend from Ledyard for Salt Lake City, and perhaps California. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene McConnell left last week Monday for Cotncll Bluffs after a few days' visit here with the latter's mother, Mrs. Hattie Weisbrod and her brothers, Lester and Shelby Weisbrod. Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Burke who have spent a week at the parental W. J. Weisbrod home, left for their home In Houston, Texas, on Saturday morning. They also spent a few days with Mr. Burke's parents at Minot, North Dakota. Mrs. Herman Major of Chicago accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Herman Krause and Mrs. Arthur Krause to Corwlth Thursday and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Meyers. Mrs. Meyers Is a niece of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Krause an3 Mrs. Major. Jens Nordahl returned home on Friday morning from Bergen, Norway, where he spent 11 months with brothers and sisters. Mr. Nordahl was born In Norway and came to the United States about 25 years ago and this was his first visit back home. Rolling Geronsin returned home last week Tuesday from Clinton, where he spent several weeks visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Willadsen and other relatives. While there he also attended some of the league baseball games in Chicago. Mrs. George Jenti entertained at four tables of bridge last week on Tuesday evening In honor of her sister, Mrs. Mark Simmons of Fairmont, who is making an extended visit here with relatives. Mrs. Simmons received the high score prize and Mrs. Webber Yager the low. Florence Newel who spent the past six weeks with her brother, Emll, and wife in Davenport, came Friday for a few days' visit with the George Newels and other relatives before departing for her teaching position at Selby, North Dakota. Miss Newel has taught three years and this will make her fourth year at Selby. Lonning Reunion, Call State Park, Held on Sunday Irvington: The Lonning reunion was held Sunday at the Call state park. A picnic dinner was enjoyed by all. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. A. K. NeUon and daughter, Loretta and son, Donald of New Richland, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Moon of Laurens; Dr. and Mrs*. Ed Lonning and daughter, Betty Jane and son, Edwin, Jr.; Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Lonning, Mr. and Mrs. S. Opheim and sons, Ronald, Gordon and James of Eagle Grove; Mrs. Lizzie Lonning and daughters, Verna, and Fern of Thor; Carrol Lonning, Dewey Lonning and Mrs. P. Simons of Des Moines and Mrs. Alice Bredwell of Canton, HI.; Mrs. Emma Watson and Mr. and Mrs. H. Lonning of Irvington. visited at Lakota Saturday afternoon. Jeanne Lofing from Mason City spent the past week at the McLean home. »•! Mri. Mary Dole assisted at the Dave King home on Friday and Saturday of this week. Mre. Roy Vigue has been very ill the past week. She li at the Matt Kapp home west of Algona. U. B. Frankl Is now driving a new Chrysler car, purchased recently from the Maxwell garage in Algona. Dr. and Mrs. Edwin Lonning and daughter, Betty Jane and Alice Bredwell of Canton, 111., viitted on Thursday at the H. Lonning home. Bill Champion and family have moved to the John Frankl farm east of Irvington. The Don Cites family will occupy the Blythe residence here. Mr. Gles does truck- Ing. K. P. Roney, Paul Watson, Alex McLean, Ralph Lee and O. L. Miller attended the state fair at Des Moines Saturday. The Douglas Rileys also drove to Des Moines for a day at the fair. Donuld Frankl is enjoying a trip in the east. He will visit his brother. Bernard, at Boston, and also a friend in .\'ew York. Donald and iJic k Travers made the trip together. Dick Travers, a nephew of liev. T. J. Davern of Algona, lives in Uoston, and has been at Algona for :i few weeks. Donald make the return trip by bus. will Th«?Mon About Town Says Pledged— Chas. Clement back from fishing in Minnesota with a membership in that state's liars' club . . . busy — Lyle Reynolds do- seven men . . . new dish— Third- baseman Earl Traul asking "What are silo fillers? I never ate any of them." In answering Wllma Kapp's Invitation to dinner when We're going to have silo fillers today" Disgusted— Man on East College street cursing becausq he had to mow the lawn again on. account of the needed rains . Unknown—Frank Zender wondering if the manager of the Ben Franklin store was Gall Pettlt aftef each Lift lw- Hacher hind— A beautiful school when Pat Cullen leaves for his new work in EmmeUburg . . . Prolific and paying— the Forest City baseball playing 15 games in the next 17 days Ultra— Coach Berger molding a winning football team . . . Visitors — Friday three ex-high coaches in town, Burmelster, Bonham and Hastings . . . Late — Howard Geertng's visit to Milwaukee found Algona two years behind In some modern Improvements . . . Lucky— John Dutton visiting New York City, his boyhood home, because the Giants and Yanks are winning their respective league flags . . . Wondering — Former residents of Minnesota are puzzled to know the reason Hennepin county went on drouth relief with not enough tillable acres to make a farm . . . Short — Chaa. Style standing on tiptoes reaching for a light from the ordinary counter cigar lighter . . . Satiined— With a sandwich made by Cook McGee, rated the beat in the country. . . Sh sh — General atmosphere of aearednesa lulling the business section at word state men were in town . . . Tasty — Huge crunchy pretzel displayed at Horenaen drug Pure—Asked Four Corner New SEPT. FORT DODCE NATIONAL CATTLE SHOW EXPOSITION PAKK--FOKT DODGE ASSEMBLY OF THE NATION'S FINEST BEEF CATTLE BIG PROFESSIONAL «ff A VAUDEVILLE ACTS JLV MI-H. J. P. Nickeraon came home from a visit with relatives in Illinois Friday morning by rail. Mrs. Bristow remained for a longer vis- >l- Krank Newell and Albert Houston accompanied by Elmer Witham and Jirnmie Elmort have gone to Missouri to take Albert to hi* home. The boys will return borne time this week. I,. J. Lowiaaii in expected home today train Coif ax, 111 He is bringing his grandson. Ralph Smith, who has been vi&itiny in Illinois, home. Ralph U a itcmor in the Burl high school- Mr*. N. K. Robinson and granddaughter Mildred, leave for Bar- asota, Florida, Tuesday morning by uutu, with Steven Mamhlen. Mr* i<obliu»oi> and Miidred will upend the winter inure but Mr. Marsblen wiJJ return III a few week*. who played ball at Clarion Manager Hook McClurg stated, "Cedar Valley All-Stars and Algeria's 190 Procters" . . .Mousey—Doc Schaap winning to exit unseen from a midnight Dhow . . . Trained—Stan McDonald's dog, Sailor, tutored to retrieve in water but failed to get his feet wet on trial before the pub- llc . . . Corected—The 62nd regiment will hold its reunion in Algona next year and not division as noted . . . Consistent—Joe Durnin waiting sixteen years at State's cafe . . . Keepers—iVallo Naudain searching for lost golf balls . . . Don't forget—The great Kossuth county fair next week. • SONG SHOP REVUE • PUBLIC WEDDING • AMATEUR CONTEST • FARM BUREAU PICNIC • FAMOUS SPEAKERS • OLD FIDDLERS CONTEST • BRIDES REVUE, 1886-193C • 4-H CATTLE PARADE • BEEF CATTLE PARADE • CARNIVAL ON MIDWAY George Miller III We are sorry to report the ill health ot Geo. Miller. He has been under the care of a doctor recently. Marjorie Baas of near Hurt U helping with the housework at the Miller home at present. 8WEAOITYNBW8 • FREE ADMISSION TO GROUNDS • GRANDSTAND—ADULTS 25c; CHILDREN 10o CHILDREN WITH PARENTS ADMITTED FREE SEPT. 0 Neighbors and frieuds from Cor- wilh enjoyed u picnic djnuer at (he Victor AppJegate horau Sun- duy. Mrn. Tony i^obae's brother. Mike £ and three sons were KmJuy Uijuicr gueats at the Lohse home. A very Fitch visited Saturday uad Sunday forenoon with his parents, Hi-.' iJt-'l Filchs. He ia employed at Bancroft. Victor Filth urrivkd last w««k Thursday (rum Gordon, Nebraska. He will be employed two months LUe John Koestlur lone Helgasen, teacher a Fort Dodge, is spending tbe week with her slater, Mrs. Virgil Blom sler. Mrs. Mary Moats and Miss J Iva Moats were callers Sunday a tbe Juhn Winklemeyer borne a Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Mitchell spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kerans, at their cottage at Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Curtis spent Sunday at tbe borne of her. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Khubee, at Buffalo Center. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Biomster, bis daughter Irene, son Robert, and Mr. and Mrs- Verne Luun attended ibo county fair at St. James, Mian., Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bier of Ren- vUle, Minu., were guests three days this week, Monday until Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Mitchell. Mr. Bie.' wan caabier of tbe Farmers Saving* Bank here several years ago. ANNOUNCING THE BROWNELL SHOE COMPANY'S SHOES FOR All THE FAMILY Smart Styles For Women A bracing selection of footwear for every occasion. Plateau lasts, square and round toes. Straps, ties and new gore types. Suede, kid, patent and combinations; black, brown, grey, green and blue. Styles in Smart Array ' Excitement aplenty in our new fashions. Square toes, round toes. Double straps, ties and smart high- ups on Instep, gore types. Styles for street, sport and dress. Black, brown, grey, green. Be sure and see them. 2.95 to 3.95 MtOWNMLT AIR/STEP^ $eso MAGIC SOLE A* MTolMttC IHItt MM* hmbtof •*M IM* *mf cold. Teen Age Oxfords Sturdy elk, calf and reverse leather oxfords with zip and dash. All the wanted styles In the new browns and black. At your budget prices. 2.95 to 3.95 Allow your fert tn« lunury of w«llcinj in Alr-SUM 'Magic Solt' euiKion of comfort. You'll find Ud p.vtmenU become toft cwpctt. 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