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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 15, 1936
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The Algona Upper Des Koines, Algona, Iowa, Sept. IB, 1936 Qtmrtons Wed SO Years- Mr, and Mrs. William B, Quarton are celebrating their fiftieth wed ding anniversary this afternoon tvith a reception from four unti six-thirty at their home on Soutt Minnesota street. Three hundrec invitations were issued for the oc casion which falls on a day doub! observed by the Judge for it was on the same day of the month in 1882 that he hunst out his shingl tn Algona and began the practice of law. He had been admitted tc the bar the previous June afte completing his college and law course at the University of Iowa. After four years of practice h returned to his boyhood community and married Miss Ella B. Reaser a" the home of her parents in Oska loosa. He and his bride came immediately to Algona where the Judge had built the home now owned by Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Hanson on Call street. There their five children were born. A few years later, in 1906. the Quartons built their present beau tlful brick home which was the scene of many happy social events as the children grew older, and en tered in the social life of the community. All of the children are marriec and life away from Algona. Harold is consul-general at St. Johns, Newfoundland. Sumner is vice- president of WMT Radio Corporation, Cedar Rapid. Helen is wife of Dr. Charles Remsen of New York. At present she is achieving a name for herself in sculptoring. She had had two pieces accepted by the New York Art Gallery during the three years she has been doing the work. Florence is the wife of Dr. Lee Nugent. Algona dentist William is soliciting manager of WMT, and is located at Cedar Rapids with his brother, Sumner. All the children and their wives or husband's, with the exception of Dr. Remsen, are here for the golden wedding anniversary. Three of the six grandchildren are here. They are Billy Qur.rton of St. Johns, Newfoundland, and Mary Lee nnd Burns Nugent of Algona. The twins, Gardner and Betsey Quarton were unable to come because they are attending Harvard and Northwestern University, respectively. The sixth grandchild, Robert Brushingham, son of Mrs. Remsen, has also entered school, in South Carolina. Others who are here from out of town are two of the Judge's nieces, Frances Watson, C. S. of Chicago nnd Mrs. Florence Petersen of Min- ncnoplis. The dean of Algona lawyers, the Jiii.go hns practiced 54 years, and during that time has had four partners. G. T. Sutton, a school Vitmd, was with him from 1883 to 1885. I. C. Hastings, who is now at Garner, Joined the Judge for about five years. In 1914 the firm became known as Quarton & Quarton when Sumner entered into partnership with his father and stayed until 1922. Ten years ago H. W. Miller became the fourth partner, And present member of the firm. Quarton & Miller. In August 1894, Mr. Quarton was appointed judge of the fourteenth judicial district of Iowa to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of the Hon. George H. Carr. He v.-as elected to the office and serv- •d three terms to January, 1908. Previous to holding the judgeship 'ic was a member of the school :ionrd for eight years and has for iftech years been a member of the ^ibrary board. • For many years the Judge has mil two pet hobbies—Guernsey cat- le and "Skat." His Guernseys ook many prizes and his "Skat" ;nme is hard to beat. Mrs. Quarton was one of the org mizcrs of the local P. E. O. chap er and has also served as pres- dent. She has been interested in vomen's club work and has always been an active worker in the Congregational church. Andrews Family Reunion— A family reunion of the Andrews family was held. Sunday, at the shelter house of the state park. A covered dish picnic dinner was served at noon. The guests of hon- :>r were Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Norwood and grandson, Tommy Nor- tvood of Tacoma, Washington. Oth- ors attending were Mrs. J. A. Andrews of Hurt, the Van Hansen 'amily of Burt; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Barton, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Barton. :he Harry Barton family, and the .Villinm Vanderwerf family, all of Algona. The afternoon was spent socially. Chamber of Commerce Luncheon— The regular weekly luncheon neetlng of the Chamber of Commerce was held, Friday, at Hotel Algona. The fair secretary, Earl fincent and the members of the air board and the presidents and ccretaries of the Rotary and Kiwanis clubs were invited guests. Col. Art Goebcl, famous flyer, was o be a distinguished guests but he vas unable to come. Social Calendar f n '*"- Y « NEW YERR-V TRERT Wed., Thurs., Sept. 16-17 Daily matinees 2:30 Thursday, September 17—There will tie a joint party meeting of the Licgion Auxiliary, Thursday evening, in Algona. Ahuriday, September 17—The Missionary Society of the Presby- icrian church will meet Thursday iiiternoon at the farm home of Mrs. .< red Geigel. Mrs. Fred Parks will .)c assisting hostess. ihursdny, September 17— Mrs. Bert Deal's circle of the Congregational church will meet on ihuisday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock it tne home of Mrs. E. J. Hough. Mrs. G. D. Stokes will be the as- jisting hostess. The May circle of the Congregational church will meet at one j'clock for a luncheon at the Rachael Shackleford residence, Thursday afternoon. Beiie Purvis and Mrs. Jensen wiii be assisting hostesses. Friday, September 18— The Naomi circle of the Reb- ekahs will meet Friday afternoon with Mrs. Mae Anderson at her Home. Miss Duryea will be assisting hostess. Tuesday, September 14— The First Lutheran Luther League will meet this evening (Tuesday) in the church parlors, with Lucille Caiiioun and Aria Liakken. the hostesses. Wednesday, September 15-*The Sunday School teachers of the First Lutheran church wil meet on Wednesday evening at 7:3C at the E. R. Sellstrom home. HERMAN KRAUSE, FENTON, STARTS NEW BRICK BARN New Brick House At Fenton Also Under Construction Fenton: H. R. Reimers, manager of the Thompson Yards in Fenton has sold clay blocks for a barn 34x56 with eight foot wall, also for a silo 14x45 feet to Herman Krause which will be erected on the Krause Seneca farm. Last week Wednesday, Mr. Reimers accompanied Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Laage to Sioux City to pick mill work for the new brick house for Mr. and Mrs. Laage. The house is 28x32. 1H story high. The wood work is of birch with oak floors. Work has already been commenced by Martin Hantelman and his crew. Sankey-Schmidt Wedding— Thelma Sankey and Veryli Schmidt, both of Algona, were un ited in marriage. September 8th, a' Canton. South Dakota. Their at tendants were Wayne Riddle and Lorraine Lattimer. Thelma is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Bert Sankye of Galbraith. Mr. Sankey is the proprietor of the grocery store. Veryle is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Schmidt of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Schmidt attended Algona schools They are at home on West State street. Woman's Club to Meet— The opening meeting of the Woman's club will be held Friday evening at the Masonic Temple at a 0:30 dinner. Congressman Fred Gilchrist will speak at the opening meeting on the topic: "The American Home nnd Its Legislative Protection." Ml Interested shoul make reservations with Mrs. Bob Larson, by Thursday evening. A startling portrayal of a private life... amid th« claih and turmoil of ton thousand fighting m«n who made the pages of history, run red with the conflict of two women. FLORENCE ELDRIOOE DOUGLAS WALTON JOHN CARRADINE • a lrtm**dovi ^aif of ooftd tlar* D.'«c(«<< ttf JOHN FORD Wallaces Entertain— Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Wallace en- rrtained. last Monday evening, at i o 1 inner party honoring Mr. and Mrs. Vic Rider of San Antonio, Texas. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. G. Fairbanks, Mr. and Mrs. G. U. Fairbanks. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Kasmussen. and Marie Grover of Burt. After dinner the party attended the theatre. Missionary Rally— The fall missionary rally will be held Wednesday at the Rolfe Presbyterian church for all of the ladies' missionary societies of this half of the Presbytery. Mr». Lute Fairbanks will be in charge of the program. Seek Applicants For Home Talent Movie in Sound Voice tests for applicants desiring to appear in a home talent motion picture to be filmed here soon, will be held on the stage of the State Theatre here, Monday night, Sept. 21. and all those desiring to appear in the movie which will be in sound, are uak- e<l to fill out the application blanks at once. The applications should be mailed to the State Theatre, giving what particular form of talent the applicant possesses. Complete recording equipment will be installed on the stage for the occasion. D. W. Baird of Los Angeles, California, is supervising all work for the local movie. Musicians, singers, actors aad dancers tire especially urged to enter their applications now. There t no expense involved. To Continue Movies The Community movies which were shown out of doors on Wednesday evenings all summer, will be shown during the winter in the school gymnasium and a small admission will be charged. Appoint P. T. A. Leaders The following ladies have been appointed chairmen of the program committee of the Fenton Parent and Teachers association for this school term: October, Mrs. Everett Dreyer; November, Mrs. Elmer Weisbrod; December, Mrs. Clarence Wegener; January, Mrs. Walter Ohm: February, Mrs. Frank Eigler; March, Mrs. Frank McFall; April, Mrs. Ernest Voettler; May, Miss Helen Thompson. Each program chairman can select two helpers to aid her in arranging the program for her month. Mrs. E. C. Fauerby has been appointed chairman of the refreshments. Old Timer From Irvington Paid Visit Past Week Irvington: Mary Osterbauer call ed at the Frankl store Friday after noon to inquire about old friend here. The Osterbauer family llvet on the farm now owned by Car Seip. They sold it and moved t Canada thirty years ago. They now reside at Ontario. Canada, and shi states they are all well and like the country there fine. They were on their return trip to Canada, having made stops at different places in the United States, visiting rel atives. Infection in Eye Louis Gronbach is now taking treatments for his eyes at For Dodge. He has been unable to at tend school the past year due to an Infection in nis eyes. At this writing he is somewhat improved. Don Frankl Home Donald Frankl arrived home on Thursday forenoon from his trip in the east He reports a very enjoyable trip, having stopped at various points of interest. Including the Shrine of the Little Flower at Detroit, which he says Is a wonderful place. He attended some derby races at Boston, also saw the Yanks play baseball there. Donald leaves this week for Sioux City, where' he will attend college this year. Larson Family Reunion Relatives of this vicinity who attended the Larson family reunion a week ago Sunday at Interlaken Park were: Mr. and Mrs. Hans Larson and daughter, Esther; Mr. and Mrs. Nels F. Nelson and fam- ly of Ringsted; Mr. and Mrs. Chris Larson and family of Graettlnger. About 45 attended and were from Blue Earth, Fairmont and Winnebago, Minn. Seriously III Mrs. Mary Olson has been ser- ously ill with intestinal flu at the lome of her daughter. Mrs. Geo. Vewel. Meta Gade. R. N., of Whittemore, is caring for her. Technicolor —"Mulh- Moo Cow,' Cail-Pathe News A A w e 11 '->£ RSON "Butterflies" Coming Fri., Sat., Sept. 18-19 BIG BARGAIN SHOW All si-ats '2(k\ kids IDr. Mat. li::i() Fri. Sat l-.\-~> DOUBLE FKA'IVHK 1'RCMiRAM Hit 1 <u'u. Haft & Doloiv.s Costc'llo Jiarrvnioiv in "YOURS FOR THE ASKING" Hit No. '2 Znne Grey's "King of the Eoyal Mounted" With KobL Kent & Bo»aUiul Keith News Cummin gs For Good Candies Fresh New Crop SALTED PEANUTS 15c Hershey's Pure MILK CHOCOLATE 20c Chocolate Covered CHERRIES 25c Chocolate Dipped VIRGINIA PEANUTS 20c,,, Milk Chocolate STARS 20c ,„ Soft Center Milk Chocolate Caramels, Chips 17r .special lli ' II). Cu mm ings For Good Candies Mary Ann Bohn was ill Friday to Sunday with Intestinal Ou. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stoeber spent a few days last wek In Ames on business. The American Legion Auxiliary met last week Friday with Mrs. Sam Warner. Mr. and Mrs Will Dehncrt, Alfona, spent last wnek Monday with Mra. R. L. Padgett. Mrs. F. H. Eigler spent last week with her son and daughter-in-law, rfr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler, at Joone. Miss Mathilda Kressln left last .•eek Sunday for Lake Mills to each in the primary department of he schools there. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sievert of Minneapolis returned to their home after a week's visit here with Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber. Mrs. F. H. Bonn and Mary Ann r.d Marjorie Johnson were supper ;uests at the Henr/ Wegener home n Algona last week Monday. Mrs. H. C. Olson and her three hildren moved to EstherviUe last veek end where they will make heir home. Mrs. Olson will supervise the WPA sewing project of Smmet county. Lena Bleckwenn. R. N., returned to Rochester, Minn., last week to resume her duties as assistant superintendent at the Kahler hospital after spending vacation with her mother, Mrs. Sophia Bleckwenn. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Kluss, Mrs. race Gibbons and children of this place, and Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod and daughter, Mary Alice of Whittemore motored to Dodge Center, Minn., last week for a visit with Mrs. Mary Gibbons. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. G. Smith took their son, Wallace, to Des Moines last week Monday from where he left for Riverside, California, to begin his junior year in college there. J. A. G. Smith is manager of Fenton's new branch bank. Ardis Voigt, Virginia Frank, .June Weisbrod and Viola Mueller left last week Monday for Cedar Kails to attend Iowa State Teachers' College. Ardia and Virginia taking their second year of Gerald Frankl has been on the sick list the past week, having had the Intestinal flu. Lucille and Raymond Kramer attended a surprise party for Fern Gisch Wednesday evening. The occasion was Fern's birthday. The Wm. Boldridge family spent last week end in Des Moines visiting relatives and friends. They also spent a day at the state fair. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cox and Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Sample attended the Old Settlers celebration at Livermore Labor Day. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Barker attended the silver wedding of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Brown at Thompson Sunday. Rosetta Barker is spending the week there at the Brown home. The Aid society meeting which was to have been held this week Thursday, has been postponed a day because of the interior decorating. There will be an all day meeting, Friday, Sept. 18. Each member will furnish a covered dish and sandwiches. Eleanor, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Boldridge, left Monday for Spokane, Washington, to join a group of Piney Woods singers and from there will start on a tour of the western states. Eleanor is a graduate of the Piney Woods School. LONE ROCK NEWS Ida Winkie To Be Union M.-D. Club Hostess This P. M. Union: The Mothers and Daughters club will meet tomorow afternoon (Wednesday) with Ida Winkle, Jr., aulited by Anna Marlow. Roll call will be payment of dues as this is the first meeting of the 1936-37 club year. The constitution and by-laws will be read. A paper, "Bricks Without Straws" by Mabel Tjaden, is scheduled. The new officers for the year are: Mame Winkel, president; Mabel Tjaden, first vice president; Veda McArthur, second vice president; Irma Harvey, third vice president; Marie Bode, secretary; Ethel Smith, as- istant; and Bertha Sarchett, treasurer. The Nick Krieps family were guests of the George Krieps in Algona Sunday. Mrs. Frank Hoflus exhibited several pens of her Buff Rock chickens at the fair and received ten prizes. Mr. and Mrs. James Cooney were callers at the Frank Thompson home last Thursday. The Cooneys have a variety store at Blue Earth. Cloye Zentner, Winnebago, Minn., visited from Tuesday till Saturday of last week with old neighbors in Union and relatives and friends in Algona. Mrs. Mary Keefe and her daughter, Mrs. Garmer Ewen, spent last Wednesday with another daughter, Mrs. John Scholtes of Bancroft. Mrs. Ewen returned to her home near Winnebago, Saturday fore- work there their first. and June and Viola i Leona Borchardt entertained the «tr!s of her class of 1933 at a dinner at her home la^t week Sunday. Members were Clara Gramenz Sidonia Bier.stedt and Mrs. Arthur Kuecker. In the afternoon they viaited another member, Alvina Dreyer. who ia ill. Mrs. Delbert Long entertained members of a former birthday club ut her home last week Wednes- <iay afternoon to celebrate Mra. 1-ong's birthday. Clever games were played with Mrs. A. J. Kennedy and Mrs. Long winning the prize*. There were 15 ladies present. Mr. and Mra. S. E. Straley. who became parents of a daughter born September 2nd. at the General hospital in Algona. have named her Audra Kuy. The Htraleys have another daughter. Juanita. three years old. und she is staying with her Kradnpart-nta, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Brace, in Burt for the present. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Uthoff and family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meyer Mr. and Mrs. Will Mey«r, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Peril, Mr. and Mrs. B. Klits were entertained at the John Fhur home last week in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Klies of New Jersey, who were visiting friends lor the past week. The Klies left for home last week Tuesday morning. A »ii pound girl was born to Mr and Mra. E. E. Worthington Thursday, Sept. 3. noon. LONE ROCK NEWS Beulah Gladstone began teaching sixth grade at Swea City Monday Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schultz made a business trip to Mason City last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Morgan of Algona, the W. J. Cottons and Roy Hernia attended the state fair last Friday. Vera Morris, who teaches at Gowrie, spent the week end with lier parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas Morris. Mr. and Mrs. Meri>. .11 Marlow and son were guests of the Frank W. Collins family at Livermore, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Marlow and daughter, Lola, visited the Victor Whalens and Oliver Stowes at Dolliver, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bierstedt and daughters, Gladys and Evelyn, were dinner guests of Will Muellers at Fenton Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rath of Lu- Vcrne and Mr. and Mra. Ralph Hurlbert attended the Minneapolis fair last week end. Theo. Krueger and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flaig and childen apent last Thursday and Friday at the atate fair in Des Moincs. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Genrich were gueats at u picnic of the eighth district of the Rural Letter Carriers at EstherviUe, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thompson and family and S. M. Orvick visited friends and relatives IB Minneapolis, laat week end. Mr. and Mrs,. Coiu Gapp of Salem, South Dakota, spent Sunday and Monday at the homes of Kev. S. M. Gladstone and A. A. Krueg- Mr. and Mrs. Qua Fisher of Des Moines spent a few days last week at the Geo. Pettlt home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Olson an? daughter, Llla of Burt visited Mrs Kate Hawks at Lone Rock, Sunday Mrs. Lee Estel, who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Lillian Worthlngton. for some time, returned to her home at Doon, Saturday. Mrs. Minnie Reisner of Cascade Wis., and Mr. and Mrs. Eml Kraft and daughter, Ruth, visited Herman Reisners at Lotts Creek, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hlbbler and Fern Archer of Omaha visited the Henry Schroeders last Monday and Tuesday. Mr. Kibbler is an uncle of Mr. Schroedcr. The Aid society met in the church parlors with Mrs. Chris Madison, last Thursday. The next meeting will be on Thursday, Sept. 17, with Mrs. E. M. Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kueck and children attended a Kueck reunion at Janesville, Wis., Sunday. They planned to visit in Hartford, Wis,; before their return. The following attended a picnic at Tuttle Lake, Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Millard Carr and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ackerman of Burt and the Frank Flaig family. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hendrlcks and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Curtz and children of Lake Mills, Wis., were guests of the Robert Schmidts from last Friday until Tuesday. Gordon Blanchard went to Cedar Falls Friday where he will attend I. S. T. C. again this year. Lear Larson and Eugene Blanchard accompanied him down. They returned the same night Mrs. Walter Leonard and children of Cylinder and Mr. and Mrs. James Long and son spent Monday with Mrs. Marie Zimmerman at Charles City and Tuesday at the John Rath home at Rockford. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Roberts and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hohson went to Morovia, Mo., last Thursday to visit Mrs. Robert's parents. Dn Saturday the Roberts left from Des Moincs for San Diego, Callf- oriu. where he will be employed. Dorothy Macumber, employed at Fort Dodge, came Saturday to vis- t her parents, the F. E. Macum- Let us give Thanks for stockings without crinkles and wrinkles ! "ALL 3 WEAR SIZE 9i" and these stockings are certainly smoothies. Our smart belle- sharmeer stockings are made in different proportions to fit every kind of a gal... small, tail and medium. Perfect in width and length, as well as footsize! And everybody thanks us for being so wise about stockings! Exclusive here, in chiffons, service chiffons and service weights, and of course, the swankiest shades. brev.../or smalls modite.. .for mediums duchess... for tolls classic.. .forplump 'unt Dellc-sn, armeer $ T O C KINGS (Utigncd for tb« individual Christensen Bros. Co. The Uood Hose Store bers. Mfr. and Mrs. Macumber and Dorothy attended a Wells family reunion at Ayrshire, Sunday. Dorothy returned to Fort Dodge, Monday. Eleven members attended the Auxiliary meeting held at the home of Mrs. E. M. Jensen last Friday. They made plans for a hot dog and candy sale for Saturday night, at which $7.44 was cleared. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Glen Burt on Oct. 2. Mrs. Fred Genrich entertained the Mother's club at her home last week Wednesday. Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough assisted. Mrs. Harry Hobson and Mrs. V. V. Frye gave papers. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Frank Flaig, with Mrs. E. M. Jensen assisting on Oct. 7. W. J. Cotton left Monday for Ames to attend an annual meeting of flock inspectors and the pullor- um testing school. This will last for three days. Mrs. Harley Shel- llto and daughter, Norma, of Ames who have been visiting at the N. L. Cotton home for the past week, returned with him. Those attending the picnic held in the Call Park at Algona Sunday, were: the A. R. Crulkshank family, Joe and Will Rlcker, Mrs. Laura Hohenstein, John McNeil and the Delmar Angus family of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schlll and family of Corwlth; Mr. and Mrs. R. T. They're coming—The World Series and Football Games. Have your Radio In shape to take them all in. Radio Tubes now guaranteed 6 and 12 months. 01A, 3Bc— No. 27, 45c.—Gamble Stores. 37 Angus and family, Mr. and Mrs Harold Angus and Mr. and Mrs Lawrence DIttmer. 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