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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 22, 1936
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'• 1 The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 22,1936 Judge D. 8. Coyle of Hnmboldt, was a business visitor in Algona Saturday. Jerry Stfltimn Accompanied by Mrs. Aloertson from Spencer, spent Friday at Pocahotas, on a business mUaion. MeCnllonith, who Is attending the Iowa University, spent the •week end with his parents, Mr. and Mfs. W. O. McCuIlough. Kate Skinner, who has a position with Ginn & Company, book publishers, spent the week end with her mother, Mrs. Anna Skinner. !«r. and Mrs. Anton Anderson left for northern Minnesota, Sun-day, where they will enjoy a two weeks' vacation fishing at Wabado Lake. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Stlltman and daughter, Ann, spent the week end at Atlantic aa guesta of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Finkblne. Mrs. Flnk- Wne and Mrs. Stlllman atfe sisters. Jack and Charlotte HBton and Ida Halpln drove to Minneapolis, Sunday morning where Charlotte wffl attend the Minneapolis Business College during the coming year. Harris Gilpen arrived Friday evening from Mason City and will be the new night clerk at the Hotel Algona. Mr. Qllpen was formerly employed at the Hanford Hotel, and Is Legion open golf champion. Henry Nenman of Algona accompanied his uncles, Otto Neuman of Sexton and Carl Neuman of 'Shell Rock to Pierpont, South Dakota, last week where they attended the funeral of Henry Neuman, a brother of Otto and Carl. Mr. and Airs. Pat Jensen moved Into the Kohlhaaa apartments on East McGregor last Wednesday. The apartments were previously occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Jack Beers. The Beers will move Info the Bjua- trom apartments Oct. 1. Bernlce Norton was a guest on Wednesday of the Union No. 4 school, and gave a talk to the children on Alaska. Berntce has taught the past several years at Ketchikan, Alaska. Wllma Slaughter Is teacher of the school. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Saunder, spent Sunday in GoldHeld, visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. J. ft. Hoppe took their daughter, Marlon, to Ames where she will be a senior at th Iowa State College. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Sullivan and the former's mother, Mrs. J. W Sullivan, and Mrs. John Keneflck spent Saturday In Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. ft. G. Richardson spent the week end In Sioux City visiting their son, Bob, who is employed at the Christie Funeral Home. Mr. and Mrs. E. O. McMahon made two business trips during the past week. They drove to Sioux City on Tuesday, and to Fort Dodge Thursday. A. B. Schenck and A. H. Ranna of Lone Rock were In Ames las week Monday attending the Six t^enth annual meeting of the Soy Bean Association. The meeting was a progressive affair which was helt at Ames, Cedar Rapids, and Hud' son, on three days. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Deal and Mrs. Robert Simonsen left Saturday morning, for a week's trip. Mr and Mrs. Deal will visit Mr. Deal's mother, Mrs. Tenny, at Dayton Ohio, and Mrs. Simonsen, who will be remembered as Sue Morlan, will visit her sister, Mrs. Paul Parkins at Brazil, Indiana. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hagg came down from St. James, Minnesota and spent Sunday at the home ol Elmer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lew- Is Hagg. Elmer, who Is the owner and editor of the St. James Courier, is building up a fine newspaper property, and has recently added a new newspaper press and a linotype to his office equipment. While In Des Moines attending the Iowa State Fair, Mrs. A. B Schenck saw Beth Kroesen, a former Algona girl, who Is now secretary to Julia A. Robinson of the Iowa Library Commission of Des Moines which has offices In the Historical building In Des Moines Beth's father, Bert Kroesen, was foreman of The AJgona Upper Des Moines about ten years ago. SERVICE" TUBES JOE BLOOM Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Howk and family of Melvin, Illinois, spent Friday, with Mr. and Mrs. Glen Roland. The Howks stopped on their way to the Dakotas. Doris pilvers, who Is employed at the Pierce Cafe, left Wednesday evening, for a week's vacation, to be spent at Webster City with her mother, Mrs. Nellie Silvers. Mrs. Irving ITrch and son, Albert, returned Thursday evening, after spending four days visiting with Mrs. Urch's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Johnson, of Irvington. Mrs. E. W. Lusby took her daughter, Marguerite Dalziel, to Grlnnell, Tuesday. Marguerite will be a senior at Grlnnell College, where she is taking physical education. Ed ftlst, Roy BJustrom, Mart Weaver, and Charles LaBarre left Saturday morning for Cass Lake, where they will be located at the Algona cottage to spend a week fishing. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Leffert drove to Ames, Sunday, to take their daughter, Ha, back to her studies at Iowa State College at Ames. Ila will be a spohomore in Industrial science. Thursday evening gnests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Spilles were- Mrs. Spilles father, John Denings, and her sisters, Mrs. Gordon Dlngman and daughter, Rosemary, all of West Bend. Burns Nugent, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Nugent, returned last Monday after spending a week in Chicago, visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Nugent and his cousins, Jack and Dingley. Harvey Kuckenbecker of Owatonna, and lone Gaetz of St. Cloud, Minnesota, spent the week end as guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Miller. Mr. Kuckenbecker is Mrs. Miller's brother. Lawrence Klnnamon of Iowa Falls, and Ruth Jones, teacher at Ledyard, spent last week end with Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Genrlch. Miss Jones is the sister of Mrs. Genrlch and Arlene. Jones. L. A. Markla is opening a blacksmithing and general repair shop at a location two blocks north of the Dr. Fox building, on North Williams street He has been in the business for the past 25 years or more. Mrs. Theodore Hutchison and Mrs. Archie Hutchison returned, Friday evening after spending a week visiting the daughters of the latter, Dorothy Hutchison at Evan- aton, and Mrs. C. Q. Drummond at Chicago. Mrs. George Vance and her infant daughter, were dismissed from the Kossuth hospital, Saturday. The baby's name is Charlotte Louise, and was born September 10. This Is the second child of Rev. and Mrs. Vance, the other child being a boy, Gary. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Elbert are the parents-of a baby boy born on Wednesday at the Elbert home. This Is the fourth child at the Elberts. They now have two boys and two girls. The new baby weighed nine pounds, and has not been named to date. Frances Mewer and her mother, Mrs. Alice Messer of Humboldt, were guests of Supt. and Mra. O. B. Laing, Thursday evening, at dinner, and the theatre. Miss Messer was a former Algona high school teacher, and Is now county superintendent of schools at Humboldt. Mable Kohl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Kohl, left for St. Paul Saturday evening. She will spend i week's vacation at the home of icr brothers, Harvey and George Kohl. Harvey is employed as cred- t manager for the Cities Service Oil Company. Mable Is a telephone operator at the Bell Telephone Co. Glen Ferryman and wife and son Jack, and Ruth Ferryman of Atlantic, spent the week end with :heir sister, Mrs. A. E. Michel. They took their mother, Mrs. Hatie Ferryman back to Atlantic. She has been visiting during the paat month with Mrs. Michel, and makes her home with Ruth Ferryman. FOR FIRE Homes You really have been missing something if you haven't seen our new fall line of Living Room Suites NEVER BEFORE has so complete a line been on display and never before so complete a price range as we are showing today. If it is Living Kooiu Furniture Von Are Thinking of, don't put it off— see this line today. We have a few good used suites on hand just now that were taken in on new furniture. Richardson Furniture Company 'Where Furniture Sells for Less' Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Hutchison spent Sunday at Spirit Lake. Mr. and Mrs. George Scnffham spent Saturday at the Spencer fair. Drv iKarl Hoffman attended a dental convention at Mason City, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Herman and Mrs. Cora D. Miller spent Sunday in Mankato. Elizabeth Mergen spent today (Tuesday) at Fort Dodge on ft shopping trip. Mr. and Mrs. George Rlceman of Forest City, were business visitors in Atgona, Friday. Mra. Chet Williams and Valeria Pickett spent Sunday at Britt as guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Bandy. John Leuthold of St. Paul was here last Friday and Saturday in connection with business interests in the Hub Clothiers. Mr. and Mrs. ft. H. Miller spent Sunday in Estherville visiting at the home of Mrs. Miller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Thompson. Editor W. F. Miller of Llvermore spent Sunday afternoon, with Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Peterson. Mr. Miller Is editor of the Livermore Gazette. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roeders left, Thursday morning,' for Dubuque, where they will spend a week or ten days visiting with Mr. Roeder's relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Gottlieb Gronbach and their daughter, Mrs. Freda Steussy attended the funeral of a friend, Mrs. Henry Schurg, at West Bend, Sunday. Mrs. O. B. M. Smith and daughter, Mary of Des Moines, spent the week end visiting at the W. A. Barry home, and at the home of Kathleen Holtzbauer. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pooch spent Sunday at West Bend as dinner guests of Mr. and. Mrs. Roy Kln- seth. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Mike Von Bank. Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Cratty will arrive Wednesday to spend a week with their daughter, Mrs. C. B. Murtagh. Mr. and Mrs. Cratty make their home at Ames. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Gllmore, Mr. and Mrs. Gail Towne and 'C. R. LaBarre left on Sunday morning, for points in northern Minnesota, where they will spend a week's vacation. Serai Holden of Ottosen anil Pauline Irene Bonnstetter of West Bend were married at the local Trinity Lutheran parsonage, last Thursday evening, with Rev. P. J. Braner officiating. Mrs. C. E. Hagle of Aurora, Minnesota, left for her home Monday morning, after spending a week visiting IP Algona. She was a guest of her mother, Mrs. N. E. Phillips, the Floyd Bacons, and the Douglas Wildins. Val Jensen and her brother, Dunne, of South Dakota, arrived Friday, as the guests of their uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. H. W Becker. Val will visit here for two weeks, and Durne will attend the Algona schools during the coming year. F. W. Strandburg, former Algona boy, called on Algona friends, Sat urday afternoon. He had been visiting his mother at Marshalltown and is now located at Butte, Montana, where he has been employee by the Anaconda C'opper company for twenty years. Mr. and Mrs. Ciaren«*e Matand from Elmore, Minnesota, Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Naudain and Woodrow Sarchett were guests of Dr. and Mrs. M. G. Bourne at dinner, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Maland and Mr. and Mrs. Naudain are uncles and aunts, and Woodrow, the brother of Mrs. Bourne. Mr. and Mrs. 8. E. McMahon and daughter, Ruth, and granddaugh ter, Betty Harig, spent Sunday at Storm Lake visiting at the borne of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schmitz. Mrs. Schmitz is also a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. McMahon. The Schmltz's little son, Peter, was a year old yesterday (Monday). Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Stephenson, Des Moines, spent the week end with the tatter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. DeGraw. Mr. Steph- cnson returned to Des Moines, Sunday, but Mra. Stephenson will spend two weeks with her parents, while her sister, Mrs. Cecil McGinnis, is recuperating in the Kossuth hospital from a major operation, performed Saturday. Margaret Habegar Hargreaves recently wrote us for a subscription to the paper. She spent the summer at Los Angeles, and is now a junior at the University of California, whern she is taking a medical technician course, majoring in bacteriology und zoology. The university has a beautiful campus at Westwood, which is between Beverly Hilla and Santa Monica. Mrs. Henry Thilgea, Raymond Thilges, and Mrs. Nick Thilgea accompanied Alida Thilges to Iowa City last week. Alida, daughter of Mrs. Henry Thilges, entered the hospital^ where she will take nurse's training. On the way they stopped at Des Moines to see Andrew Reding, who underwent a major operation at the Veterans' hospital. He is getting along nicely. Mrs. Henry Lavrenz and daughters, Elda. Amelda and Esther, accompanied by Loren Espe, returned Sunday from their vacation in northern Minnesota. Part of the week was spent fishing at Big Lake, and Cass Lake, while the latter part of the week was spent at Minneapolis and St. Paul, where they visited Mrs. Lavrenz's sisters, Emily Heise, and Mrs. Robert Greenberg. Mr». Joe Bloom'u mother, Mrs. S. J. Melamed passed away suddenly last week Monday, after a heart attack. Mr. and Mrs. Bloom rccieved word of her death Tuesday morning, and left immediately for St. Paul. The funeral was held Wednesday at the Melamed home. Mr. Bloom returned late Friday night to resume his work at the Coaat-to-Coast store. He will join his family in St. Paul, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Phillips of r-enver. and Mrs. Monroe Mikkelson and infant son, Phillips, of Colorado Springs, Colorado, arrived on Sunday for a visit with Clifton's und Mra. Mikkclsoii's parents. Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Phillips. Algona farmers. They spent a few days at Spencer visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Phillips. Mrs. Mikkflsoii was formerly Pauline Phillips, and her husband i;» manager of the Gamble store at Colorado Springs. Social Calendar Tuesday, September 22— The members of the. Royal Neighbors will meet today (Tuesday) with Mrs. Fred Powell. Wednesday, September 22— Chapter BW of the P. E. O. Sisterhood will hold Its Initial fall meeting at a one o'clock luncheon at the shelter house at the Call state park, Wednesday. Serving on the committee are Mrs. L. A. Copp, chairman, Mrs. Joe Harlg, and Mrs. W. K. Ferguson. Thursday, September 29— A reception will be held Thursday evening at 7:30 for Rev. and Mrs. Robert M. Schwyhart, the new minister, at the Baptist church. All members and friends are cordially Invited. Mrs. Don Smith's January Circle will meet at the home of Mrs. Al Borchardt Thursday, at a one o'clock luncheon. Assisting hostesses are Mrs. B. M. Southgate, Mrs. Don Smith, and Marguerite Kenefick. Friday, September 24— Young People's meeting will be held at the Trinity Lutheran church Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Saturday, September 24— A doughnut sale will be conducted Saturday afternoon, at Moe & Sjogren's store by the ladies of the First Lutheran Aid. Doughnuts and coffee will be served at the church, Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Dow Laldley and daughters, Gladys and Rosalyn went to Fort Dodge Monday for a month's visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Nichols. Dr. Meyers went to Iowa City Saturday and took the Albert Davis baby which was suffering from cholera Infantum. The baby remained at Iowa City for treatment. W. A. Barry went to Bushnell, Illinois, the first of last week to attend the funeral of his aunt, Mrs. Rose Maloney. He was accompanied by his uncle, Tom Lee of Algona and his sister, Mrs. C. B. M. Smith of Des Moines. Mrs. Maloney was a sister of Mr. Barry's father and a half-sister to Mr. Lee. The student body of the Algona high school entered into a contest last week selling season tickets for the football games. The senior class came out ahead with a percentage of 121.5 and the eighth grade second with 92.8 per cent. The reward will be a free show for each class at the Call and State Theatres. E. R. Morrison of DCS Moines arrived Sunday to take his wife to Des Moines. She has been in Algona since Tuesday visiting with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Morrison were former residents of Algona, and they came Tuesday to attend the Quarton golden wedding. Mr. Morrison returned to Des Moines to his business. Miss Rae Koestlcr of Titonka won the five dollar prize In the contest conducted by the Algona Ice Cream & Candy Factory at tho Kossuth county fair. Her winning guess was 29H Ibs. which was exactly right. Phyllis Good of Algona won the second prize which was an Icy chef. Carmllla Fraser of Hurt won a 600 Ib. ice book. W. J. Moore, known as "Dlnty", spent last week end visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Moore. He has been working for the highway commission at Ames, but has changed to work In a clothing store at Qulncy, Illinois. At one time he was employed at Zender & Caldwell's. His wife and little son, Duane, left Friday morning to join Mr. Moore at Qulncy. Charles Cretzmeyer, son of Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer, and Lawrence Flaherty of Lowell, Massachusetts, arrived, Friday evening for a short visit at the home of the former's parents, before they return to begin their third year at Harvard University. The two boys have been room-mates during the past two years. Charles has spent the summer traveling in Europe. Rewrites O( News From Last Friday'* Konuth County Advance Cumming's For Good Candies Fresh Mints, asst. flavors, Ib. „_ Milk Chocolates Chips, Caramels Creams, Ib. Pure Sugar Hard Candies 10c jar New Dainty Mint Party Favors 10c each Chocolate Peanut Clusters 20c „, Hersbey Milk Chocolate 20c Ib. For Good Candies Cumming's MRS. HENRY SCHNEIDER, 26, was seriously injured Monday night of last week, when an accidental discharge of a shotgun by her husband, as the latter was beginning a search for suspected chicken thieves, hit her in the right hip. The couple, who live on a farm near Fenton, thought they heard a noise near their chicken house, and arose to investigate. Mrs. Schneider ran ahead to the front door,; while her husband grabbed a gun. As she opened the screen door, the gun discharged. As the Schneiders had no telephone, Mr. Schneider had to run a half mile to a neighbor's, and call a doctor, who found it necessary to remove three pounds of flesh from the young woman's body, all shredded by the shot. She was suffering from a loss of blood and shock in the hospital at Emmetsburg. Permanent injury to her right leg is feared. • • » THE KOSSUTH COUNTY Advance entered its 28th year of management under one head, with last week's issue. • • • ALGONA'S POPULATION shows an increase of 467 since the last census, according to results of a survey made by the postofflce here. The total population Is now 4,454. Because of the extra number of stops now being made, as compar- MISSION Given by the Dominican Fathers V. P. Keinberger O. P. and J. P. McDonough 0. P. • at St. Cecelia's Church ALGONA, IOWA 4— Married and Sept. 27-Oct. older people. Oct. 4-11 — Single and younger people. Mornings, 6 and 8, Evenings 3 p. m. You are invited to make the mission with us. ed with 1930, Postmaster W. W. Sullivan Intends to request addition of another carrier here. • • • WORK ON THE HOTEL addition, a notable and much needed improvement in Algonn, was begun Inst week, as promised snmp time Ago by Ed Boss of the Boas Hotel system, owner of the local Algona Hotel. Kennedy * Pirsons nre also expanding, this time constructing a new, frame garage, 22x50, for the company's trucks. • • • ABOUT 2,000 FOLKS visited the new model home, opened for inspection last week by Geo. L. Miller, contractor, and affiliated local concerns cooperating in the display of the latest for home furnishings. JtTOGE AND MRS. W. B. Quarton of Algona were honored at their golden wedding anniversary, n week ago. by the presence of not only dozens of their friends locally, but many from other sections. Out-of-town guests included Harvey Inshnrn, his sons. Hepburn and Harvey. Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Cowles, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Mountain, nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. E. R. Morrison, Des Moines: Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Hastings, Garner; Congressman F. C. Gllchrlst, Laurens; Judge Heald and Mr. and Mrs. George A. Heald, Jr., Spencer; Judge DeLand. Storm Lake, and many others. A new 1937 automobile was presented to the Judge and Mrs. Quarton by their children. New and Smart And Best of All at Hawcott & Ogg's THRIFTY Genuine Washable Compton Women's Corduroy Suits (Smart Jacket, Blouse, Skirt) Sizes:10-12-14-16-18-20 Colors: Oxblood red, Maize, Blue, Araby Green and Brown. 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