The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 8, 1936 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algpna, Iowa, Sept. 8,1036 Come To The FAIR! And We Cordially Invite You To Visit Our Exhibit in Our Floral Hall Booth. A SPECIAL DISPLAY OF WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES That will interest every woman and every man, too. There will be the very latest in Westinghonse Electric Refrigerators, Lighting Fixtures and electrical appliances of all kinds. Alto Zenith Radios by Milton Dahl Pratt Electric Co. We Believe In Boosting The Home Community! The Fair Deserves Support! FAG R VISITOR; Say Hello at Our Own Booth In Floral Hall Algona Federal Savings And Loan Association Eight Nationally Advertised Lines On Display At Our Fair Booth For Your Inspection Special Offers Our Booth All Fair Week at Kohlhaas & Spilles Hardware WEST BEND MAN OPERATED UPON Bad Swelling on Head Caused By Old Mastoid West Bend: John Day was taken to Fort Dodge by his wife and son, Friday morning to consult specialists regarding a bad swelling on the side of his head. The doctors there pronounced his condition as serious and operated on him at once: Mr. Day was operated on for mastoid about two years ago and the growth resulted from that. His son returned home that evening and left him resting easily. Mrs. Day is with him at the hospital. Breaks Collar Bone Mrs. Vernon Maxwell had the misfortune to fall and break her collar bone. She was gathering eggs and fell off a manger, hitting the floor. She is suffering pain, but is improving. Musical Presented A musical was presented Friday evening at the Methodist church by the choir of the church. Mrs. Roland Jurgena directed the choir and Miss Margaret Dunn was the accompanist. Parochial School Open Sts. Peter and Paul's parochial school opened Monday with Sister Cosmos, superior, and Sister Nlch- olette, sixth, seventh, and eighth grades; Sister Anthella, third, fourth and fifth grades, and Sister Corllsia, bouse sister. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Koch attended the state fair last week. Lyman Riley trucked a load of cattle to Omaha, Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Henely and children attended the circus at Fort Dodge, Thursday. Verne Miller left the first of the week for Ionia, Iowa, where he will teach again the coming year. Mrs. Henry Schmidt returned the first of the week from LesUr, Iowa, where she has been visiting her brother. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rlley, Miss Ida and Oscar drove to Humboldt Wednesday where they visited with friends. Rev. and Mrs. C. K. McNary and two sons returned Thursday from Cuba, Indiana, where they have been visiting relatives for a week. Bob Roberts left last Sunday for Iowa City, where he will attend the State University as a freshman, having graduated from high school In June. Howard Jurgens has been paint ing the city water tower the past week. He gave it a coat of aluminum paint on the outside and also painted the inside. George Besch la recuperating from an operation performed recently at a hospital in Rochester. He is able to be out of the hospital, but is taking treatments. Dr. and Mrs. I. J. Weber and son, Mr. and Mrs. Jaa. Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Forsythe, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Boos and children attended the circus at Fort Dodge Thursday. B. E. Walker visited hia father in the Mercy hospital, Monday, Wednesday and Friday evening*. His father, John P. Walker, of Rodman, is in a serious condition. He is eighty years old. Stephen Williams, hia sister, Mrs. Grace Crisman and daughter, Mary Jane and their brother. Walter Williams, left Wednesday for Cedar Falls, whtre Mra. Crisman will again teach school, and Mary Jane will attend high school. Stephen went on to Canton. Missouri, where he teaches music in a college. Wali Ur will return to West Bend and I later enter Columbia College for his Master's degree. West Bend Pair W«d Wednesday West Bend: Mrs. Gertrude Kam pen and Ed Howiand were united in marriage at the home of the bride. Wednesday evening. Rev. H J. Needing performed the cer tmony. They were attended by Mr and Mrs Arthur Simmons. The bride has been keeping house for Mr. Rierson for the past few, yc-ars and is well known. Mr. ant Mrs. Howiand are on a weddin trip to Beloit, Wisconsin, and wi reside in Wtat Bend on their re turn. Yansers at Fair Sexton: Ueorge and Ralph Yan- aer spent from Monday until Thursday at Des Moinea attending the slate fair. They report a very fiae exhibition in every way. Industrial Exhibits * In Floral Hall Merchants and Business Organizations Listed on This Page Have Atv ranged Attractive plays in Floral Hall and Invite You to Stop By and Inspect Their Booths Many Have Also Arranged Special Contests, Free to All, With Valuable Prizes to Winners—No Strings Attached You Haven't Seen The Fair Until You've Been Through Floral Hall Can You Win? You Can Win! Visit THE HUB CLOTHIERS Booth and Exhibit In Floral Hall We're Giving Away 6 Pair Lee Overalls 1 Pair Shoes 6 Buddy Lee Dolls (Completely Dressed) All Kind* of Fun! And No Hooks! CELEBRATE TWO ANNIVERSARIES Whittemore Home Scene of Happy Gathering Thursday Whtttemore: A number of relatives gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Heidenwlth Thursday evening. The occasion was 'Mrs. Heldenwith's 48th birthday and their 23rd wedding anniversary. Those who attended the double affair were Mr. and Mrs. Will Meyer and son, Alvin, Mr. and Mrs. Christ Meyer and son, Walter, Mr. and Mrs. Henry SchulU and daughter, Edna, Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer and daughter, Helen, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Volgt, son Raymond and daughter, Elnora and the George Schultz family. Guests at LuVerne The St. Paul's Lutheran Young People's society were guests at the LuVerne society Thursday evening. About 45 from here attended and all enjoyed the evening with the LuVerne group. Last Band Concert The Whittemore band gave their last concert last Wednesday even- Ing for this season and with their capable instructor, L. J. Heckerson. they should be able to compete with any band in the county next year. Joan Fleming left last week for Fort Dodge, where she will attend college. The Joe Cullens of Minot, HI., are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. a Cullen. John Mosbach returned borne on Friday after spending ten days touring the west and CanaJa. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Buttemore and daughter of West Bend were Whittemore callers last week Monday. Mrs. J. M. Fleming, daughters, Marguerite, Joan and Mary, spent Thurday with James Fleming at Maron City. Robert Finnell, Jr., was dismiss" d from the Mercy hospital at Maon City Thursday following a ml- or operation. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Oliver and Mr. and Mrs. John Uhlenhake left Saturday to spend several days at the Minnesota State fair. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Blnneboese and son, Eugene of Hinton, returned home Tuesday after spending several days with relatives here. Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Hoyt of Dundee, HI., are the parents of a boy born Thursday. Mrs. Hoyt will be remembered here as Lucille Relmers. Russell Edwards and family ol West Bend have moved here and Mr. Edwards has taken over th*> old Shell Oil station, but is handling Sinclair products. Herman Bunfce who has worked as a farm hand in this locality about 20 years ago, arrived from San Francisco, California, to spend a week with old time friends. Mrs. Mary Foley received word that her daughter, Sister M. Cecelia who has been teaching ml Holy Cross Academy at Sioux City, has been transferred to New York. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Poirot and son, Bobby, accompanied by Mrs. Spilles, returned home from their trip last week in northern Minnesota and Canada. L. J. Heckerson moved his household goods from the Thompson fiats into the Mrs. Skow flats Friday which were vacated by the Tim O'Briens Sunday. Johnny Baas, accompanied by Rosella and Evelyn Voigt and Elda Baas of this place, and Vera Knecht of Algona, attended the state fair at Des Molnes Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Zumach and son, Laddie, returned from their trip west through South Dakota Utah and Colorado and other states They also visited the Texas Centen niai. Bud Bestenlehner left this evening for Prairie du Chien, Wis., where he will enroll in Campion Academy to complete hia last year in high school. Campion Academy is conducted by the Jesuit priests. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Meyer accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Zumach and daughter, Beverly Ann and Mrs. W. F. Dau left early Friday morning on a week's trip to Milwaukee, where they will visit with the Ed Schimpfs and they will also visit with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weeeuer and family at Englewood, 111. Sexton School Opens Sexton: School opened here Monday with BnTf" Voss, LuVerne, as teacher ui the old biilldlrig. As soon as the new school house is completed the old one will be moved away. ComeToThe FAIRl THE Exhibit of Floral Hall Will Be Found Here COOLERATOR ICE BOXES 100 Ibs. of ice will be sealed inside a Cool- orator. 100 hours later the hox will be opened. How many Ibs. of ice will remain 1 ? Register your guess at our booth. THREE PRIZES TO WINNERS GUESSING THE CLOSEST Algona Ice Cream And Candy Company Be Sure To Visit Our Booth at the Kossuth County Fair You Will Find Us In The Floral Hall A Ton Of Blue Star i Coal FREE to the Winner of Our Contest We invite you to try your luck. F. S. Norton & Son Phone 229 Fair Time Is Range Time! And we are again offering the finest in Modern Bange Models GLOBE RANGES Featuring the Dutch Oven Range MORTON WASHERS Both Gas and Electric Motor Models EVEREADY AIRCELL BATTERIES Non-acid, makes battery sets a pleasure 1936 Nelson Hardware Fair Contest Register tt our Booth and you're eligible —everyone invited. Auk about our special offers and trade- in allowances during (air week. Nelson Hardware

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