The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 8, 1936 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 8, 1936
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 8,1936 Glen Raney and Arthur Haewr .spent Thursday, In Mason City on business. Little Joan Secley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Seeley was 111 the Summer flu last week. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Morgan attended this Iowa State Fair at Des Moines, last week Tuesday. Watson March, son of Mrs. I* C. Hanson, will leave for Iowa City, Friday, to attend the Iowa University- Ml*. AI Boyle of Webster City arrived Thursday to spend a few idays as guest at the home of her . aunt, Mrs. A. C. Becker. Marlowe Frerk will snend Wednesday and Thursday as guest of her friend, Charlotte Hilton. Marlowe is front Slayton, Minnesota. Alf Kresensky and Irma Dee ftoupe returned from Minneapolis Wednesday from a bitting trip. • They brought their new-Mode back with them. ^ The Kossnth County Mutual Fire Insurance Association moved Into their new office building on North ..Dodge street, Monday. They were formerly located In the Sawyer building. Mrs. C. B. Murtagh and daughter, Betty, spent last week end at Ames, visiting at the home of Mrs Murtagh's parents, Mr. and Mrs R. I. Cratty. From Ames they went on to Des Moines to attend the State Fair and to see Pres ident Roosevelt. They returned home, Thursday. Dorothy Whitney left Friday for roctor, Minnesota, where she has a position teaching English and ^atln In the Proctor high school. Dorothy is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Whitney df Algona. Flossie Eastman left Sunday tot Dundee, Illinois, where she will teach school. She has been spend- nig the summer with Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Hollandsworth. Mrs. Hollandsworth and Miss Eastman are sisters. Bev. and Mrs. Austin Irwln moved to LeMars, Saturday. Rev. Irwin has been pastor of the Nazarene church during the past five years. Their son, Don Irwln, will remain in Algona. He Is employed by Swift & Company. Marlon Rising, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Rising, returned to Des Moines, Wednesday afternoon where she will resume her work at the AIB commercial college. She has been visiting her parents during the past two weeks. Dr. and Mrs. B. M. Wallace, and Mrs. Wallace's sister, Marie Grov er of Hurt, and Mr. and Mrs. L. J Fairbanks of Burt, drove to Des Moines, Wednesday. Dr. Wallaci had some business to be taken car of and they attended the state fair Mrs. Ellen Dalley of Granada, Minnesota, returned to her home Sunday. She is the daughter of Mrs. Nets Larson, and has been here for two weeks. She helped with the care of her father, who succumbed last week, during his Illness. The office at th« Dan Garage was redecorated last Week. Mr, and Mrs. George Elbert spent the week end at their cottage at Okobojl. Wlfma Kapp has resigned her position at Sorensen's drug store to ie!p her mother. Mw. L. 3. Dickinson, Mrs. Archl* Hutchison, and Mrs. Helen Dickinson will spend Wednesday'in Des Moines. Dr. and Mrs. H. R. Gibson spent Sunday and Monday in Mteson City as the guests of Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Krueger. Eugene and Peggy Naas of Chicago, are spending the week with their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Lehman. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Lehman returned, Friday, after spending a few days in Des Moines attending the state fair. Dr. and Mrs. Ray Potter and children of Schaller, visited Thursday at the home of the former's mother, Mrs. L. E. Potter. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McDougall spent the week end at Mason City with Mrs. McDougall's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tubbesing. Leonard Laurltzen and lola Lehman of Des Moines, spent Sunday and Labor Day with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Lehman. Mrs. F. E. V. Shore and son, Phillip, of Des Moines, were guests of Mrs. Shore's sister, Mrs. Archie Local Talent Movie Offers Chance For Those With Acting Ability VOICE TEST COUPON The Algona Upper Des Moines and The State Theatre Extend this Invitation to all talented people 15 or over the oppor- tunlty to appear before the recording microphone and present your talents to the motion picture producers. Print Your Name Age Talent NOTE—Each Applicant Must Be Present at the State Theatre at 4 p. m., Sept 31, for Volume Tests. Final Tests To Be Made on Stage Monday Night The above coupon should be filled and mailed in by anyone desiring to appear in a local talent moving picture, in sound, which will get underway soon. Mrs. E. HeaJy of Britt spent Tuesday and Wednesday as guests of Mrs. Southgate. Mrs. B. O. Bjustrom, Mr. and Be 'Way Ahfead of Everyone With These New Fall... GREY SUEDE BROWN SUEDE BLACK SUEDE Dapper tailoring gives this Fall fledgling a chic air that's hard to resist! The neat stitching is just enough trimming ... note the sleek serpent buckle. A neat Idea...and we've many more! Kresensky's WHhtheOOOD HOUSIKEEPING OUARANTYI How do you manage IMW wck good bckwiftywr I ««• Man AM Flow—%'• at Mary Ann Flour 49 lb«. $1.99 Goes farther and tastes better than other flours. Freemont'* Best __. 49 Ibs. $1.79 An unusually fine low priced flour. Picnic Seta, Napkin* ___.. large pkg. lOc Paper Plate* pkg. * 0c Jar Rubber* 3 doz. lOc Pepper, bujk % lb. lOc Hershey Chocolate Syrup, 16 oz can lOc Juut the thing for use In chocolate milk. P. A. and Velvet, «- - -reg. pkg. lOc Soap, Crystal White or Swift 7 giant 25c Green Bean* 2 large can* 19c Sugar 101b*.49c Peanut Butter, fancy 2 lb*. for 29c Hutchison, from Wednesday until Friday. Dorothy Hutchison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Hutchison, spent Sunday and Monday with her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Lawson, near Corwith. Mrs. J. M. LundHtrom and two children of Bancroft returned to their home Sunday evening, after visiting with Mrs. Andrew God f red- .son since Tuesday. Harry Cronkhlte, night clerk at the Hotel Algona, has been transferred to another Boss Hotel at Webster City, where he will be employed as day clerk. Josephine Murtagh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Murtagh, spent the week end with her parents. Josephine Is employed in the Internal Revenue offices at Des Moines. Omar Kelley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Kelley, left Monday morning for Omaha to enter Creighton University. This is Omar's junior year. He attended Notre Dame during his freshman year. Joe Bloom met his wife and son, Dickie, at Mankato, Saturday night. They had been spending a week as guests of Mrs. Bloom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Melamed at St. Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Melamed brought them as far an Mankato. Delia and Helen Frank!, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. John FranH, will leave September 17, for Lar- amle, Wyoming. Delia will teach physical education at the University of Wyoming, and Helen will enter for her freshman year. Mrs. Lyda Babbitt and son and wife will leave Wednesday for their home In Araphoe, Nebraska. They have been visiting here since last week with the former's sister, Mrs. A. H. Holdren. They will return via Harlan to visit the Harry Holdrena. Opal Cronan, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Bett Cronan, left Saturday night for Elmhurst, a suburb ' of Chicago, where she will begin teaching In the third grade at the Elmhurst sohool. Opal has spent the summer with her par' cnts. Mrs. Nellie McMahon. returned Sunday after spending ten days visiting at the home of her niece, Mrs. R. E. McMahon, In Minneapolis. She drove home with Mr. and Mrs. Eugene McMahon. The Eugene McMahon's drove to Minneapolis, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Blomqulst of Gowrle, and Leonard of San Diego, California, and Edward Magnusson of Gowrle, spent Sunday and Monday as guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Sellstrom, Mrs. Blomqulst and Mrs. Sellstrom are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Zlttrltach of Livermore, and Mrs. Zlttritsch's mother, Mrs. Eva Blough, spent las) week Sunday visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Post. Matt and Mrs. Post are brother and sister. Mrs. Blough returned to her home at Loa Angelea, California, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Samp anil two sons, of Lake Mills, arrived on Sunday and spent the day with their respective parents, Mja. And' tew Godfredson and Mrs. Nita Isaacson. Mr. Samp returned 01 Sunday evening, but Mrs. Samp am two boys will spend a week visit ing friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ole EUernian and daughter, Dorothy, and Mrs. Emma Quackenbutih were guests at the Corey home Friday. They reside at Union Center, South Dakota and stopped for Mrs. Angle Quackenbush, who had been a guest at the Corey home for two weeks. Angle is the slater of Mrs. F. A. Corey. Thursday guests of Mrs. R. H. Miller were her mother, Mrs. L. G. Thompson of Eathervllle, and her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Williams, of Loa Angeles, California. Mary Thompson, of Estherville, three year old niece of Mrs. Miller, who has been her guest (or ten days, returned to her home with Mrs. Thompson. Mrs. H. W. Post and sons, Bob and Dick, and Junior Kelley and Maurice Michel were at Dea Moines Friday. Bob and Junior took the train to Whittier, California, where they will attend Whittier College during the coming year. Maurice Michel will spend a few days visiting his father, A. E. Michel. Mrs. Post and Dick returned Friday evening. Mrs. G. D. Shumway accompanied by her little son, David, took her mother, Mrs. A. G. Obrecht, to Kort Dodge Wednesday. Mrs. ! Obrecht will remain there during Ihc winter. She has spent two months visiting with Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Shumway. Mrs. Shumway and David returned Thursday. They attended the Ringling Bros, and Burnum & Bailey shows. Mrs. H. W. Kuecker and Mrs. Myron Ludwig attended the state fair last week. Mrs. Hetty Perrymore, of Atlantic, Iowa, Is spending a month as guest of her daughter, Mrs, A. E. Michel and family. , Mr. and Mrs. Bert Deal spent Wednesday evening with the latter's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Simonsen, at Graettinger. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Coady and children, Walter, Jr., and Kay, of Omaha, arrived Saturday afternoon and spent the week end as guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Carr. Mr.* and Mrs. H. C. Gels and son, Raymond, of Chicago, returned to their home last Friday, after making a short visit with Mr. and Mrs John Dutton and other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Michels and daughter, lone, of Dubuque, spent the week end and Labor Day as guests, of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cook. Mr. Michels was formerly a Hormel salesman. Mrs. L. B. Carson and two children, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs Jim Younie, spent last Monday tu guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Dau. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Carson are former Algona residents. Elsie Halbrook, who has been employed as artist at the Brown Studio since last November 1, left Saturday evening, for Mason City, to spend a week's vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Hal>rook. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Nugent and two sons, Jack and Dlngley will cave today (Tuesday) for their home In Chicago. They have been guests of Mrs. Nugent's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Dlngley, for the past five weeks. Don Beed, son of Byron Reed, of Decatur, Illinois, returned to his home Friday evening, after spending two weeks visiting at the home of his. aunt, Mrs. Orvllle Elklns. Byron Reed and Mrs. Orvllle Elklns are brother and sister. Mrs. James Elbert and daughter, Shirley, will return today (Tuesday) from Spencer. They have been visiting at the home of Mrs. Elbert's brother and wife, Mr and Mrs. Clayton Palmer, since Sunday. Mr. Palmer runs a Standard Oil Station. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Holmes returned Friday from a ten-day trip which took them through the Black Hills, Billings, Montana, Sheridan Wyoming, Winnipeg, Canada, They also stopped at Kenora near Lak of the Woods and were at Fort Francis and Duluth. Mr. and Mrs. William Capeslus of Chicago, spent from Saturday to Tuesday (today) as guests of th former's brother and wife, Mr. am Mrs. Frank Capeslus, and also vis ited his brothers, Edmund an Frank, and other relatives. William Capeslus Is an attorney. John Ferguson, son of Mrs. W. K Ferguson, and Bob LaBarre, son o Mr. and Mrs. C. R. LaBarre, spen the week end at Mason City, witl Allan Buchanan, son of Mr. anc Mrs. G. S. Buchanan, who is com pleting a business course at th Hamilton Commercial College. Bita Dooley spent the week en at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs. J. J. Dooley. Rita is em ployod at the State House in De Moines. She managed to see Pres ident Roosevelt four times, and i also in possession of the signatur of the president's son, John Roose velt. Air. and Mrs. L. J. Malueg ant children, Irwin and Ruth, took an other daughter, Mrs. O. E. Parrot to her home at Oak Town, Indiana They returned, Friday, after spenc ing a week stopping at state park and points of interest. Mrs. Par rott had spent five weeks visitin her parents, she being formerly Lu cille Malueg. Mrs. tyle Pugh returned to Des Moines Monday after visiting since Saturday with her parents, Mr. and tfrs. James McEnroe, and with her ittle daughter, Judith. Dorothy Whitney returned to Proctor, Minnesota, to teach again n the high school there. She had spent the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Whitney. Mr. and Mrs. David Ward left Sunday for Kansas City, where Mr. Ward will be in the Roto-rooter business. He was a former teacher of mathematics in the local high school. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Miller of Minnesota Lake, Minn., and the former's mother, Mrs. Wm. C. Miller of Maple ton, Minn., were guests Sunday at the H. W. Miller home. H. W. and Myron are brothers. Thelma Johnson and Bernlce Dommer came home Sunday from California, where they had spent a month. Thelma visited her sister, Mrs. Don James at Oakland. Mrs. Dommer is Mrs. Flora Gabriel's daughter. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Sellstrom accompanied by their son, Bob, took their daughter, Dorothy, to Harcourt last Sunday, where she began her teaching duties, Monday. Dorothy teaches English, dramatics, and music In the Harcourt high school. Dorothy has been spending the summer with her parents. The Sellstroms drove on to Gowrle and spent the remainder of the day with relatives. B. P. Benson spent the week end t his home. He was accompanied y his daughter, Mrs. Wayne Brad- eld of Austin, Minnesota, who has icen visiting him at Albion. Mr. lenson was transferred to Albion ast spring as station agent on the <t. & St. L. railroad. Wayne Bradfield drove from Austin, Saturday, o join his wife, and spent the week end with the Bensons. Mr. Brad leld Is employed by the Botsford Dumber Company at Austin, Minnesota. Mr. and Mra. D. C. Hutchison and daughter, Joan, drove to De* Moinea to take Mrs. Hutchison's nephew, John Carroll, home. John Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Carroll, and Mrs. Carroll and Mrs. Hutchison are sisters. John arrived for a visit with the Hutchisons the previous Saturday, accompanying his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schulze of Cedar Rapids, parents of Mrs. Hutchison. Mr. and Mrs. Schulze returned to Cedar Rapids, Saturday. Agnes Oreeley, slater of Mrs. Ed DeZellar, returned to Leupp, Arizona, Thursday evening after making a visit with the DeZellars and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Greeley of Duluth, Minnesota. Miss Greeley is a nurse, and works L. M. Ostarbaner of Ottowa, Ed Osterbauer, of Rockford and Mrs. Wm. C. Boger of Omaha, children of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Osterbauer arrived Thursday to be at the bedside of their mother, who is seriously ill. Mrs. Henry Becaer accompanied by Mrs. Art Trauger and Mrs. Chas. Kuchynka, motored to Fort Dodge, Wednesday morning, to take Mrs. Becker's mother, Mrs. Mary Otto, and the niece of Mrs. A. C. Becker, Theresa Schimntow- sky, to meet the train to return to their homes In Sioux City. The two latter were in Algona to attend the funeral of A. C. Becker. Ruth Bishop, daughter of Mrs. A. A. Bishop, will leave the latter part of the week for Iowa City. She teaches In the schools there, and they open September 12. She will be accompanied by her brother, John and John Spenver, son of Mrs. Emily Spencer, who will enter their freshman year at Iowa University. Mrs. Ann Frank! and son. Lee and her mother, Mrs. Mary Murtha returned Friday from a trip to Cresco, Waterloo and Fairbanks, where they had visited friends and relatives for about a week. The previous week Mrs. Frankl spent at her farm near Woodstock, Minn. She returned to her work at the Chrischllles & Herbst store Monday. The Misses Fredrlcka and Alvena Wassenberg of Chicago, Margaret McElwee of Peorla, Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wassenberg and little daughter. Sheila, Peg Reardon and Alice Doran of St. Paul, came Friday and were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. E, Llnnan. Mr. Wassenberg and the Misses Wassenberg are brother and sisters of Mrs. Llnnan. Mr. Wassenberg left Saturday morning but the others remained until Sunday afternoon and Mjonday. Mrs. Edna Messenger and daughters, Ruth and Betty Jean, of Iowa City, who have been visiting at the homes of Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Ev- Kennedy & Parsons Co. Invites Your Registration At Our Stokely Booth (FLORAL HALL—KOS3UTH FAIR* 5 Prize* To Be Given Away At Our Pillsbury Flour Booth (ALSO IN FLORAL HALL> 10 Prizes to those guessing nearest the actual weight of Giant Sack of Pillsbury Flour. VW^^ ans, and Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Barton, during the past two weeks, left last Tuesday to visit with friends and relatives in Rolfe and Spencer. They returned to Algona today (Tuesday) and win return to their home at Iowa City, Thursday. Ruth Messenger formerly taught English in the local high school. She is teaching In the Iowa City high school and studying for her M. A. degree at this time. SPECIM.'. Select Your Complete FALL WARDROBE at Grahams TOMORROW! Special Midnite Show (fey) Fri,, Sept. 11 COME ANY TIME AFTER 10 P. M. Sat., Sun., Mon., Sept. 12-13-14 Continuous Show Saturday, Sunday. Matinee Monday 2:30. 'Here'Comes Romance on the Navajo Indiana reservation. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Oreeley and daughter, Helen or Duluth, have been the guests of their daughter and sister, Mrs. Ed DeZellar for the past week, and will return to their home Wednesday. Mrs. 8. E. McMahon, daughter Mrs. Joe Harlg and Mrs. R. W. Featherstone, a niece, drove to Des Moines, Saturday, where Mrs. Featherstone met her husband, who had arrived from Omaha, to joTn his wife in a visit at the Maurice McMahon home. M. C. McMahon and Mrs. Featherstone are cousins. On the way to Des Moines they stopped at Garner and picked up Ruth McMahon and her friend, Miss Quackenbush. The two latter are teachers at Garner. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Kricoon of Maderia, California, made a two- hour visit with Mrs. D. D. Monlux last week Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ericson were on their way home from Europe, where they have been spending their silver wedding anniversary. They visited nine foreign countries. Mrs. Ericson was formerly Tilda Berger. and taught in the Algona schools at the same time as Mrs. Monlux. Mr. Ericson is a manual training instructor at Maderia, and they live on a large grape ranch. Garages and Service Stations SPECIAL NOTICE! "We are going to have a carload of Denatured ALCOHOL on track this 1 week and we will save you money when you take it from the car. GREENBERG AUTO SUPPLY Dresses Distinctive in Styling and Fabric I Exquisite princess frocks . . . distinctive tunic mbdels—fashion- ed from smart gamza crepe, cire satin, em- bosSed crepe, velvet combinations — trimmed with Schiffley em- bi-oidery and braid. Black, green, brown, rust. Coats Smart Tailored or Furred Types! Marvelous untritn- med sports coats in new Fall fabrics . . .stunning fur- trimmed casual models with flattering collar treatments — each flawlessly tailored in latest silhouettes. Umlctu JEROME KERN ^«* VICTOR K O RADIO MOORE HELEN BRODER1CK • ERIC BLORE • BETTY FURNESS GEORGES METAXA-ZXrtcfet/iy Gco'gt SUaaa. A PANDRO 5. BEfWAN PtoJuction. 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