The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 15,1936 WESLEY CAFE CHANGES HANDS .Mr. and Mrs. Shipley Sell To Folks From Stacyville . "Wesley: Mr. and Mrs. Shipley, •who have been operating the restaurant known as Shipley's Cafe, .have sold out to J. Simon, of Stacy- vllle, who will take Immediate possession. Mr. Simon's family will come later. Mr. and Mrs. Shipley have no definite plans at present, but expect to leave Wesley within a short time. Mr. Simons will retain Bertha Sherman, Des Moines, and Delorls Payne, Wesley, as as* slstants. They have been working for the Shtpleys. Hone Found Dead A horse belonging to Matt Kellner was found dead in the pasture Wednesday morning, and Mr. Kellner could account for the fact in no way except that the animal was struck by lightning: during the previous night. At Ooodell Funeral Swen Nelson and his daughter, Hannah, Mrs. J. Hansen and Marie, and the Fred Seefeld family attended funeral services at Ooodell Sunday for Ray Christy, 45, who had been In poor health for some time before his death. He Is survived by his widow, formerly Verna Spitler, and one daughter, LaVonne, 10 years old. Mrs. Christy's mother was a cousin of Miss Nelson, Mrs. Seefeld and Mrs. Hansen, who are sisters. Wealeyan's Mother Dies Mrs. Byro, mother of Mrs. Lester Larsen, Wesley, died suddenly last week Tuesday at the home of another daughter, Mrs. Andrew Op- padal, Eagle Grove. The Henry Funnemark and Ole Flom families and Mrs. Herman Ostercamp attended funeral services at Eagle Grove Friday. Interment was made at Eagle Grove, where Mr. Byro and several children are buried. Mrs. Byro was 63, and had been In frail health for several years. At one time she made her home here with her daughter, Mrs. Larsen, since Mr. Byro's death occurred here six years ago. Mrs. Wallace Benton returned last week Monday following a vis- It with her brother, Lawrence McNamee at Minneapolis. Mr. Me- Namee is sick and in a serious condition. The Carl Franzen family drove to Minneapolis last Thursday, and took home Mrs. Franzen's two nieces, daughters of her sister, Mrs. David Johnson. The entire party was to visit the Minnesota state fair one day. Mrs. Olivia Benner had a call one day last week from a grand niece of Madison, Wis., who was accompanied by her husband. The lady Is a daughter of Jay Grover, Jr., nephew and namesake of the well known pioneer of Portland township, who In his later years lived in Burt. The Methodist Aid Is redecorating all the lower rooms of the parsonage. Paint and paper are being renewed in all the rooms except the kitchen; which was redecorated and supplied with a new range by the Aid before the family of the present pastor, the Rev. Arthur Bottom, arrived last fall. Paul Erdman and his helpers did the job Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Loebig drove to Viking, Minn., Monday, to visit Mrs. Loebig's brother, Joe S. Jamsen, who has been station agent at Viking for 10 years. They were accompanied by their children, Evroul, Irene and Edmund, and by Ruth Stewart, Algona, The party will visit at Beardsley and Walnut Grove, Minn., and other points on the way, and will be gone a week or longer. Mr. Loebig, who works for the Farmers' Cooperative Society, is on vacation. Maxwell Wins Watch Russ Maxwell of the Maxwell Motors, is wearing a new Gruen wrist watch that he received last Friday night at Emmetsburg as a prize for selling the most Chryslers and Plymouths In the 11 counties in the Fort Dodge district during the months of July and August The watch is 21 jewels and sot in gold. Snappy Pullovers and » Sweater Coats $ 119 !•!«/ Women's All Wool Pullovers, variety of colors, sizes 30 to 40 Fine All Wool Sweaters for Children, $1 AA ages 3 to 6, many colors *-W Fancy All Wool Sweaters with "V" and 7Q- crew necks, for children from 3 to 6 ' **** Child's Fine Ribbed Sweater Coats, tan, brown, red, and blue, sixes 26 to 3 Girls' Sweater Blouses many colors Boys' Pullovers, some with zippers 59c,98c, $ 1.19 FRANKLINS LUVERNECUIB PLANNING YEAR New President, Mrs. Paul Phillips, Conducts J. J. Session LuVerne: The J. J. club opened the new club season Thursday afternoon with a meeting at the home of Mrs. Lloyd Zentner. The new president, Mrs. Paul Phillips, had charge of the meeting and plans for the year were discussed. A social hour of games was in charge of Mrs. Duane Neal after the roll call and business meeting. Mrs. T. L. Williams and Mrs. Arthur Legler were guests. Phyllis Irene Llchty spent last week with her friend, Marie Bahling at Burt. Clarence Engel Cedar Rapids, was a guest at the home of his sister, Mrs. Adam Zwiefel, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ramus, and Anita visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ramus, last week Monday. The Irvin Chapmans attended the formal opening of the new Goldfield creamery Wednesday evening. Wm. Ristau has returned from Canada, where he has spent some time with his brother, Otto Ristau and family. The Max Meyers had as their guests last week the Paul Maas family, Waterloo. Mrs. Maas is their daughter. The Roy Reynolds, Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Peck, Keosauqua, and W. J. Peck, Eagle Grove, were recent guests at the Max Block home. Mr. and Mrs. John Brink, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Godfrey and Florence, went to Renwick last wee*: Tuesday afternoon to attend the funeral services for Mrs. Byron Brink, who had died at her home the preceding Sunday. She was 85 years old. USED CARS *••••"•••••»•»•»••••••••••• I! mmm*^mm^mmHf*mmm '36 4-door Chevrolet sedan Master deluxe Only 1800 miles » ^ J 34 Plymouth 4-door deluxe '34 Chevrolet 2-door deluxe coach '34 Standard Chevrolet coupe '32 4-door Chevrolet sedan with trunk '29 Nash '34 Ford V-8 4-door sedan '31 Pontiac sedan, new paint, extra clean '33 Chevrolet truck and several 1929 and 1930 Chevrolets—Fords EASY TERMS MAXWELL MOTORS R. L. Maxwell Chrysler—Plymouth Phone 595 DELCO HEAT A General Motors Product Oil Burners Easy Terms At BJUSTROM'S Greater Values in Home Appliance* Algona Swea City Wed on Way to Visit Burt Folks Burt: Mr. and Mrs. Albert Manua left Friday for their home in Milwaukee, Wis., after spending nearly a week with Mr. Manus parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. W Menus. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Manus were married on their way here On Wednesday afternoon about a dozen relatives and friends were entertained at a shower for the bride at the Manus home. Among those present were the Mesdamea Will Chrlstensen, P. M. Chrlsten- sen, Jay Godden, Charles Morris and Esther Godden all of Lone Rock, Mrs. Anna Olson assisted In a stand at the fair last week. Erna Baars waa called to Wia consln, Friday night by the death of a brother-in-law. The B. C. and A. C. Blerstedts and Mrs. Lyle Marlow were For Dodge visitors Thursday. Supt. and Mrs. Condit Bowie entertained the teachers at their home last Tuesday evening. The Ladies' Aid society is planning a picnic to be held at the C. E. Slgsbee farm next Friday afternoon. The Rev. C. B. Mitchell took his son, Arthur, to Sioux City Friday, where he is a senior in Morningside College. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Thaves left on Monday for Des Moines to attend a Bankers Life school of instruction for a few days. Frank Wernll, Hazen, North Dakota, visited from Wednesday to Friday at the Al Staehle home. He Is their brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Held, Boone, spent last Wednesday and Thursday at the F. L. Pratt home. They are cousins of Mrs. Pratt. Margaret Rash, who Is employed at Evanston, 111., came last week Monday for a ten days' visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Rash. The Rev. Joseph Doms, Edgerton, Minn., preached at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning. He is a candidate for the pastorate of the church. A joint meeting of the Sunday school classes taught by Mrs. C. B. Mitchell and Lulu Hawcott will be held in the church parlors on Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. O. H. Graham accompanied Mrs. T. J. Severaon, Lake Mills, to Fort Dodge Saturday where they attended an American Legion Auxiliary school of instruction. J. O. Isenberger spent the week at the home of his son, Burton, at Des Moines. He went down with his grandson, Myron Isenberger, who was here for a short visit. Mrs. Byron Zimmermann, Goshen, Indiana, and Mrs. Clifford Parrish, Newton, visited from Wednesday to Friday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Stow. H. A. Thompson and daughter, Barbara took Mr. Thompson's mother, Mrs. Gertie Thompson, to Grinnell Saturday, where she will spend the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Karl Girton. Mr. Thompson and Barbara returned Sunday. Deau Clapsaddle took his sister, Rachel, Charles Hanna and Paul Kriethe, Jr., to Iowa City Friday, where they are all students at the university. Dean returned Saturday, but will go back this week and will enter as a medical student. Last week Wednesday Mrs. Elizabeth Patterson, her sister, Mrs George Wilson, Cedar Rapids, who is here visiting her, Mrs. G. W Patterson and Mrs. C. W. Patterson drove to Pipestone, Minn., to visit a sister-in-law, Mrs Max-key who is ill. Mr. and Mrs. Herman PuU and daughter, Mildred and Harry Putz attended the Minnesota state fair and visited their daughter, Mrs Bud Oilom, in South St. Paul. Mrs. M. A. Dexter accompanied them to Truman, Minn., where she visited her daughter, Mrs. Rsumey Putz, while Mr. Putz accompanied the others to St Paul Cousin of St. Joe Men Passed Wed., At Rochester, Minn. St. Jo«: John and George Thul received word of the death of a cousin, Peter Thul of Clarion. He died Wednesday afternoon at Rochester, Minn. Funeral services were held Saturday at the Catholic church at 9:30 In Clarion. He Is survived by his wife and seven children and his aged parents. New Cars Appear Peter Becker has a new V-8 and Clarence and Alvin Erpeldlng have a Chevrolet The Wm. Redlngs spent the week end in Minneapolis. Vernon Kramer is attending to the farm duties at the Ted Wagner home. Agatha Thllges spent several days recently at the Julius Capesius home. Rita Becker, who works In Livermore, was home Sunday and Monday of last week. Viola Mueller from Whittemore is assisting Mrs. Lucy Wagner with household duties. Adolph Hass returned last week from Nebraska, where he was best man at his sister's wedding. Mrs. Nick Reding from Whittemore spent Tuesday with her mother, Mrs. Lucy Wagner. Rev. Ernst of Colorado arrived last week to visit his brother, Paul Ernst, and his sister, Mrs. John Erpelding. Herbert Hammer spent from Friday until Sunday with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Benge, at Bradgate. Peter Kayser took a visiting Mother Superior of Dubuque to Pomeroy, after the latter had concluded a tour of Inspection here. Mrs. Clara Becker, Lindsay, Texas, and Mrs. Joe Becker visited friends In St. Joe, Tuesday. Mrs. Becker plans to leave soon for Texas, where school begins Oct. 1. Nicholas J. Becker is leaving the latter part of the week for Baltimore, Maryland, where he will attend St. Mary's Seminary. He has spent the summer at the George Thul home. Mr. and Mrs. George Lenertz and son, Alvln, Mr. End Mrs. Ted Wagner and Carol and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wagner left Monday for northern Minnesota for a week or ten day fishing trip. Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Gales, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gales and Margaret Gales attended the funeral of Bert Shirly at Waterloo last Wednesday. Mr. Shirley was a brother- in-law of Chris Gales. Plum Creek Pair Buy Arkansas Fruit Plum Creek: Pern Drone accompanied James Davidson to Arkansas by truck, where they will buy fruit for the local markets, Leo Miller shelled corn at the Wm. Altwegg farm Saturday. Roscoe Mawdiley waa a business visitor at Mason City Friday. O. A. Halton of Mason City was a business caller in this vicinity Friday. Seeley Bros, are at the Clay county fair this week showing their Clydesdale horses. Mrs. John Dacken and child are visitors at the home of her sister, Mra. Edward Kaln. Mrs. Frank Loomls of Humboldt was a visitor at the Roscoe Mawdsley home Wednes4<iy. New Coffee Shop H. S. Beatty of Ayrshire has leased the building which is being erected by C. S. Johnson next to his own store and will open a coffee shop as soon as the building is completed. Elmer Hartshorn, who has operated a barber shop on the Site of the new building for the past few years will have his shop in the basement of the new building. Wm. Murray Buys Lone Rock Farm Lone Rock: Wm. Murray purchased the Al Reutter farm north and west of Lone Rock last week. Robert Dransfeldt Is farming the place at the present time. Smashes Finger in Car Hugo Worthington had the misfortune to smash the index finger of his right hand while closing the car door, one day last week. Dr. Mueller of Fenton, removed the nail, Saturday. Melvin Hawks took a truck load of oats to South Dakota, last Tuesday. Kathryn Stebrltz spent from Wednesday until Sunday at the Kate Hawks home. Mrs. Lee Estel of Doon, visited last Thursday with her mother, Mrs. Lillian Worthington. Dorothy Macumber came home from Fort Dodge Thursday, to visit her parents, the F. E. Macumbers. Mrs. H. N. Osher of Graettinger came Monday to visit at the E. M. Jensen home. Mrs. Jensen is her daughter. Mrs. M. E. Blanchard of Irvington spent from Tuesday until Saturday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Alex Krueger. Mrs. S. M. Gladstone and children, Mrs. A. A. Krueger, Beulah, Margaret and Robert shopped in Fort Dodge Saturday. Beulah Gladstone, who teaches at Swea City, came home Friday to spend the week end with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. S. M. Gladstone. Mrs. Mervin Marlow and son, Merrill Faye, came home last Wednesday after a short visit with her is showincj a complete line of Rollins Hosiery in the new We have been downright finicky in selecting our feature hosiery line. And Rollins, in our opinion, measures up to the high quality you want. They're Runstop protected, sheer and clear, and reinforced for excellent wear. ' Fall Fashion Leader TUNICS FLARE FOR FALL Don't say you can't wear tunics until you have seen these. In satin, crepes or hammered weaves. Also printed silk tunics with plain skirt. Long tunics, short and half tunics. In black, brown, wine, green or rust. Sizes 11 to 44. y parents, the Frank Collins, at Livermore. Mrs. Minnie Reisner of Cascade. Wisconsin, visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Kraft last week Tuesday. Mrs. Reisner Is an aunt of Mr. Kraft. Mr. and Mrs. Art Bierstedt of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bierstedt and daughter. Mrs. Lyle Marlow. made a business trip to Fort Dodge last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Snyder moved their household goods from Elmore. Minn., to rooms In the Fred Genrich home, Thursday. Mr. Snyder is the new buttermaker Mr. and Mrs. Nick Abelman of Reno, Nevada, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fisher and daughter of Armstrong visited among friends in Lone Rock last Tuesday. Mrs. Abelman will be remembered here as June Pettlt, who lived In Lone Rock 15 years ago. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blnnchard. and daughter, Doris, left for Detroit, Michigan, Saturday. They will visit at the John Flynn home. Donald, their son, who has been In the Bt-State Bnset>all League, at Ficldale, Virginia, for the past summer months, will return with them. He has been visiting at the Flynn home. Apple Trees Bloom St. Joe: Apple trees near the oil station of Wm. Hammer at St. Joe burst into about half bloom, last week. a real rarity. Second springs are unusual, and It looks like we're having one now. CUCUMBERS For Sale Any size, at the stand, 5H miles west of Algona on pavement 18. 33-tf Read The Want Ads—It Pays Positively the Most REMARKABLE VALUES We^ve Ever Offered! REGULAR '1.50 Genuine Kid Leather EMPIRE D'ORSAYS with Black Patent Quarter and Heel Beautiful slippers...with soft seal sole... cuban heel.. . quilted lining .. .in a smart "high-in- front" style! You'll want several pairs. Kresensky's ALGONA IOWA 6 SWAYS THE MODE TUMN SMARTNESS.,, IN onntel We are picturing ju.st two styles from our large selection of dainty footwear in this quality. You will h'ml high or low heels—straps, pumps or oxfords- black or brown—suede or kid. Also grav and green —simply gorgeous shoes. Special Announcement We have secured the services of Mr. Lvle Mathes as special litter in our shoe department. Air. Mathes is a thoroughly experienced -shoe man, and you can depend on his advice in picking your new fall shoes. ATTORNEYS AT LAW R. J. Harrington J. D. Low* HARRINGTON ft LOWE Rooms 912-14 First Nat'l Bk. BWg. ALGONA, IOWA 3. L. BONAR ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections will receive prompt attention ALGONA, IOWA W. a QUARTON H. w. MlftMl ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Kossuth Co. State Bk. Office Phone, 437 ALGONA, IOWA A. HUTCHISON DONALD C. HUTCHISON THEODORE C HUTCHB9OR ATTORNEYS AT LAW Qulnby Bldg. Phone M E. 3. VAN NES8-G. W. 8TELLMAM LAWYERS Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 213-W Algona, low* Gaylord D. Shumway Edw. D. K«Uy 8HUMWAY ft KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Qulnby & Krauaa 8M*. Algona, Iowa Phone M L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW Office in Qulnby Bldg. Phone IS) ALGONA. IOWA E. a McMAHON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Qulnby & Krause BM(. Algona, Iowa Phon« Ut HIRAM B. WHITE ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 206 P. A. DANSON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank BMg. Office Phone 460-J Re*. SI* ALGONA, IOWA J. W. Sullivan (dec'd) 8. E. McMaho* L. E. Llnnan SULLIVAN. M'MAHON A UNNAM ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over County Saving* Bank ALGONA, IOWA CARROL A. WANDER ATTORNEY AT LAW Over Postoffice Phon* tt PHYSICIANS ft SURGEONS i. N. KENEFICK PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office formerly occupied by Dr. A. L. Rlst over Rexall Drug Store Office Phone 300 Res. Phone HO ALGONA, IOWA C. H. CBETZMEYER, M. D. SURGEON & PHYSICIAN Office John Galbralth Bldg. Phone 444-310 MELVIN O. BOUBNE PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office over Post Office Bldff. Phonea-4)ffiee 107 Re*. 1M DR. C. C. 8HEEBK. ~ Chiropodist—Podlatriet FOOT SPECIALIST Over Chriatensen'i StorjL Phone 250 AlgaSft OSTEOPATHS DR. a W. MEYER Osteopathlc Physician General Practice Special attention given to non- surgical treatment of rectal diseases, varicose veins and rupture. General Hospital Phono 1ST DENTISTS DR. H. AL OLSON DENTIST Qa», Noyocalne used for extraction Located over Chrlstensen store Phone, Business 166, Residence 7H ALGONA, IOWA DR. O. D. 8CHAAP DENTIST Quinby Bldg. Phone 1M Res. Phone 174 Algona, low* VETERINARIANS FOX ft WINKEL Dr. L. W. Fox Dr. J. B. Wlttfcel Office 220 West State Street Office Phone 475-W Re«. 47B-R ALGONA, IOWA you win 0 «i •"• comfortable and friendly hospitality *t the New NICOLLET BOTH, whether 7001 vidt be lot budneu or pleasure or both, it I4t*« that eie nupiUagly moderate. Conveniently located to tlb* Buttoeu, Theatre, Whole**!* financial and Shopping DUtrld, tab modem nrepiool Hotel ottw» •very nicety in appointment*. lit comfortable bed*, throughout the country, quiet, aliy room* will autue • reireihlng night'* iett. but moderately priced iuUm> lent* meet the rtquiiemeafc ej tTM the moet criHcel Within walking (tiuee block*) el all Terminal*. This Newspaper Will Add . V f i to /our .
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