The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 22, 1936 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 22, 1936
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 22,1936 JOHN WALKER, EX-WHITTEMORE RESIDENT, DEAD Was 80; Services At Rodman; Wife, Seven Children Survive Whlttemore: A number from here attended the funeral of John 'Walker, who passed away at a hospital at Fort Dodge last Wednesday at the age of 80. Funeral services were hejd at Rodman Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Walker celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary last year. Mr. Walker had not been feeling well for several years. He is survived by his wife and five sons and two daughters. The Walkers have lived west of town for many years and were highly respected by those who knew them. Among those who attended the funeral from here were H. W. Gee- Ian, Thos. Carmody, Mrs. Oscar Poirot Mrs. John Spilles, Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Barber and Mrs. Erwin Bargman. It waa reported here that Clarence H»yes, who was a resident in this community for a number of years, fen from a truck at Em- metaburg last week Tuesday and broke one rib and fractured three. He fen while climbing on the truck •when his foot slipped. Frank Bestenlehner spent several day* in Muscatlne last week. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mr*. Ted Meier at the McCreery hospital Friday. Bob FinneU left last Wednesday for Ame* where he win again enter bis studies in dairy work. Lloyd Elbert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. 8. Elbert began work in a coffee shop at Algona last Monday. MiM Helen Ford left for Cedar Rapids last week Monday, where she wiU begin her second year in college. Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Dlscher and Rev. and Mrs. H. D. Stahmer of FairvUle were at Fort Dodge on Tuesday. Mrs. Louisa Nissen, mother of Mrs. George Meyer has been ser- NOW ON DISPLAY—The new Coronado Tone Master Radios— Battery and Electric models bring new features—Twin Tone Columns. Golden Voice Acoustical Panel, All Wave. High Fidelity. Coronado Tone Master 6-tube Battery, $44.95—e-tube A. C., $49.95.— Gamble Stores. 38 Powell, Blondell At Call In "Stage-Struck", on Wed.-Thur. PORTLAND LADIES AT CLUB MEETING Ray McWhorter, "Potato King", Raises 60 Acres Potatoes Each Tear iously ill last week, but is somewhat better now. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Meyer and son, Roland, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Albert Behnke are home from Excelsior Springs, Kansas. Mrs, Lloyd Walker of Humboldt spent the week end at the parental home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Helden- wlth. She also spent Thursday and Friday in Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Meyer and daughter, Helen, drove to Storden, Minn., Saturday afternoon to visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Baas. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer were sponsors Sunday at the christening of the baby daughter of the Baas. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Maahs and Frank Jergens are spending .-i week in Clorado Springs, Colorado. They took back an uncle of Mr. Maahs and Frank Jergens, who has been here on a visit and who took sick and was not able to drive his car back alone. The Ladies' Aid of the St. Paul's Lutheran congregation held their monthly meeting at the Lutheran school hall Thursday. Those who served at this meeting were Mrs. W. A. Rusch, Mrs. Wm. Roeber. Mrs. August Schattschneider, Mrs. L. H. Peril, Mrs. August Mlelke and Mrs. Carl Ostwald. The Donald Rlngsdorfs and Mr. and Mrs. Will Ringsdorf visited on Thursday evening at the Leo Brayton home. An Unexcelled Fall Presentation Starting Tomorrow DRESSES Exquisite Princes* and Tunic Models Adorable princess models in satin-back ere]>es, wooleus and novelty weaves . . . stunning tunic dresses in brown, green, rust and black . . . frocks with pleated sleeves, eire touches, metallic trimmings, embroidery and braid. Stunning COATS ; Luxury Furs on Marvelous Fabrics Ijiiihi<lual'-<>at crea- Ja s featuring bulldog collars '»* * Vv > Mai-mink "» mar- vt-J.-u- J.riglit ial.-. mater- I{U1U Detriment Stores Plum Creek Club At Mrs. Raney's Rich Point: The Plum Creek club met at the home of Mrs. Hugh Raney last week Wednesday. Mrs. Sadie Hopkins was assistant hostess. Dennis Goeders, Algona, gave a talk on Conservation. Plans for attending the district federation meeting in October were discussed. Mrs. Walker and Mrs. Jack Dlts- worth. South Cresco, and Mrs. Fred Geigel were guests at the meeting. Portland: The Portland Progress club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Sam Winchell, with about thirty ladles attending. "The Last Rose of Summer," was sung at the beginning of the meeting. Guessing games in charge of Mrs. G. O. McFarlana and Krs. Chas. Larsen were enjoyed by everyone. Plans were made to attend a tea Sept. 30 at Bancroft which will include clubs from Seneca, Greenwood, Ramsey, Fenton, Hurt, Buffalo and Portland townships. Roll call was answered with "Something Good for School Lunches." The hostesses, Mrs. Sam Winchell, Mrs. Alfred Godfredson, Mrs. S. M. Peterson, Mrs. Henry^ Smith and Mrs. E. B. Dlttmer, served a very delicious lunch. Portland's Potato King R. S. McWhorter sold a truckload of potatoes Friday. He raises over 60 acres of good quality potatoes every year. The potato digging will be in full swing this week. J. M. Blanchards of Lone Rock Return From Detroit Trip Lone Rock: Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard and daughter, Doris, and son. Donald, returned home on Saturday, after a week's visit at the John Flynn home in Detroit, Michigan. Donald has been with the Bi-State League at Fieldale, Virginia, all summer. On their way home they visited the Joe Jacksons at Winthrop and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Berray at Waterloo. Mrs. Berray who was before her marriage, Lila Hurlburt, and the Jacksons formerly lived here. At Rolfe Meeting The following ladies attended a Presbyterian meeting nt Rolfe. last Wednesday: Mesd<~-* Frank Flaig, Fred Genrich, r rank Dacken, N. L. Cotton, P. M. Christensen and Will Christenson. G. A. Sharp of Dayton came on Friday to visit in Lone Rock. Jessie Stebritz and daughter, Gladys, made a trip to Algona, last Wednesday. Cecil Seegebarth visited her sister, Dorothy Pettlt, at Emmetsburg last Wednesday. Mrs. Claude Slgsbee of Burt and Mrs. Roy Bierstedt were Algona visitors, Saturday. WEST BEND NEWS Enter Iowa State College Paul Harms and Donald Jacobs It-ft this week for Ames, where they will take a course in agriculture. Paul Is taking a four year course nnJ Donald a two your course. I/ay Telephone Cables Cnrl Daubendlek of Anita, came Wednesday to help the local telephone company lay the cables in the north part of town, for the lines they nrc moving from the poles. Will Move to Oregon John Williams sold his residence property, on South Broadway, to E. A. Frciden, and they plan to go to Oregon, to live, where they have a brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Devine and Mr. and Mrs. John Schultz attended the Spencer fair last Thursday. Mrs. Daisy Ross, Britt, is visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. George Johnson and Mrs. Ray Fitch. Lyle Raney took his brother, Howard and Robert Black to Ames Thursday. Both boys will enter Iowa State College as freshmen. EM. Capesius, Sr., drove to Des Moines on business Saturday. He was accompnled as far as Ames by his nephew, Edmund Capesius, who will be a senior at Iowa State College this year. Delta Alpha Season The Delta Alphas held their regular meeting at the home of Mrs. Robert Day Tuesday evening. A seven o'clock dinner was served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. John Munson, Mrs. Carl Vohs, Mrs. Paul Mikes and Mrs. Al Carter. Mrs. A. R. McMullen had charge of the social hour that followed. Attend Spencer Fair Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. George Lanning and Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Webber attended the Clay county fair Saturday. Loren Clayton returned Saturday from South Dakota, after a week's visit with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Bert McCorkle were business callers Friday afternoon at the R. S. McWhorter home. The Rev. and Mrs. fBryden and Mrs. Alice Anderson, Bancroft, called Friday afternoon at the Alfred Godfredson home. Wesley Man Is Elected C. E. Head About 100 delegates from Christian Endeavor societies of district two of the Christian Endeavor Union attended the convention held at the local Presbyterian church last Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Leading speakers were Miss Bayliss, missionary from China; Dr. Welch, president of Dubuque University and Senator L. J. Dickinson of Algona. who spoke at the banquet, as well as a number of local speakers. Lawrence Bash, state executive of the organization, was also here and participated in the program. Joseph Skow of Wesley was elected president for the coming year of the district organization. Melvln R. Hawks returned from a business trip to Redfteld, South Dakota, last Monday. Wm. Cameron of Austin, Minn., came last Wednesday to visit with friends and relatives here. The John Sprank family of Oel- weln, were dinner guests at the Frank Flftig home, Saturday. The Central States Electric Co. installed a new water heater at the Fred Genrich home last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. August Mielke of Whittemore, visited with Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Macumber last Wednesday. Beulah Gladstone spent the week end with her parents, the Rev. S. M. Gladstones. She teaches in Swea City. Melvln Hawks made a business trip to Algona Saturday. He also visited at the Bert Marlow home, south of Burt. Maynard Genrich returned home Friday from Spencer. He accompanied P. M. Chrlstenson's prize cattle to the different fairs. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dlttmer and Gerald Angus, left last Tuesday for Long Island, N. Y. r where they will make a visit with relatives. Mrs. Adolph Seeger and son, Wilbur of Emmons, Minn., were guests of the F. E. Macumbers last Sunday. Mrs. Seeger is a sister of Mrs. Macumber. Mrs. E. M. Jensen entertained the Aid society at her home last Thursday. About 24 attended. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Charles Morris on Oct. 1. Sirs. Justice Hostess The Methodist Ladies' Aid met on Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Wilbur Justice. The following officers were elected for the coming year: president. Mrs. Joseph An- likcr; vice president. Mrs. Harvey Jacobs; secretary, Mrs. Maurice Stone and treasurer, Mrs. John Schurg. J. C. Scurr and his class of Future Farmers attended the Clny Hospital News KruMith Hospital Monday, September 7—Peter Thilfres of Bode, entered with ri broken ankle. Tuesday, September 9—Mrs. H. T. Miller of Oklahoma City, daughter of Pr. nnd Mrs. P. V. Jansc. gave birth to a bnby boy. Wednesday, September 9—Mrs. ,1 ,). Nelson, of Corwlth, entered for medical care. Wednesday, September 9—Caroline Schulor, of Wesley, underwent nn appendectomy. Wednesday, September 9—Mrs. Hud Robinson, of Clear Lake, entered for mcdirnl care. Thursday, September 10—Mrs. George Vnnee, of Algona, gave birth to a bnby girl. Mrs. Vance is the wife of the Congregational minister. Fridny, September Krirkson of Algona, underwent a major operation. Fridny, September 11—Mr*. Archie Michel of Algona, had het tonsils removed. Friday. September 11—Richard Nemmers, of Bancroft, accident victim, entered with broken ribs nnd bruises. Saturday, September 12—Mrs;. Wilfred Laurltson, of Algona, gave birth to a bnby boy. Saturday. September T2—Frances Hegarty of Algona, underwent an appendectomy. General Hospital Tuesday, September 8—Mrs. J. .Tenson, of Buffalo Center, gav« birth to a baby boy. Tuesday. September 8—Mrs. Clarence Woods, of Esthervill*. gave birth to a baby girl. Saturday, September 12—Mrs. W. p. Andrews, of Algona, gave birth to a babv girl. Mrs. Andrews is the wife of Dr. Andrews. HEAT DIRECTOR Ready Tuesday The Greatest Event of Its Kind ! ! 'Gracrest' ALL SILK Pair Hosiery 63c —They're Graham's regular Gracrest —Silk Hose. —Try a pair of No. 540 sheer chiffons. —Try a pair of No. 565 service weight. —Featured at a special demonstration Price. —We want you to be convinced "Gra- crest" silk hose are the best. SHEER CHIFFONS in many new Fall shades— This is a beautiful 42- gauge chiffon that U silk from dainty French picot top to the toe—full-fashioned and finished with popular curved heels, sizes 9 to 10 V4. Regularly sold at 79c. SERVICE WEIGHT — Every pair unusually firm with low spliced heels, reinforced toe block—not a flaw, not a miss-weave — just the best stocking, there are no others as good. Sizes 9 to 10'i. Regularly sold at 79c. 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Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Fisher and family of Sebatha, Kansas, arrived Saturday for a visit at the home of Mrs. T. Wirtz. Miss Ida nnd Oscar Rlley, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Fredrlcks of Llvermore, spent Thursday at the Clay county lair. Mayme Petersen, of Titonka, the republican candidate for Kossuth county recorder, was a caller here, Friday. directs just the heat you want . .WHERE you want it rk A A BURNS LOW COST FUEL OIL Thl* winter enjoy real comfort with a Heat-Director, one of the famous SUPERFEX Oil Burning Heater*, made by Perfection Stove Company. You simply turn a dial for the degree of heat desired. Patented shutters direct the heat where it is most needed. Constant, steady heat, without dust, dirt or ashes. Connects with flue; draft regulation is automatic Attractive new models. Sixes and types for homes, offices, shops, churches or schools. Thousands already In use more than six years. Easy terms. Let us demonstrate. 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