The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 6, 1936 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 6, 1936
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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, Oct. 6, 1936 It it, Cowan ft Son AK romofet- Ing the home of Belle Purvis. , Oat podnuMtor, Wad* SufflvMi, JNHt Saturday m De» Moines on a buUnera trip. Oiet WHUams returned from •Chicago, Friday, where he had been & week on a buying trip. L«w*U Samp went to Waterloo, JVlday, to spend a short time at the Dairy Cattle Congress. . Mr. and Mrs. g. H. Buchey of JEagto Grove were dinner guests of Mf. and Mr*. 13. B. Miller, Sunday. M*. and Mrs. B. M. Hall of Grand Island, Nebraska, are expected this •week for a short visit with the tatter's sister, Mrs. John Lalng. Mr. and Mrs. Alwln Hnenhold were visitors at the home of the tatter's mother, Mrs. William Aal- -derks, at Lakota, Monday^venlng. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph MeMJte ifeent from Wednesday until MAdaf attending a hotel conventlonTat Davenport, and visiting relatives at Koline, Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Alwln Hnenhold •drove to Clear Lake, Sunday, and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Edwards. Mrs. Edwards and Mrs. Huenhold are sisters. The adult mission held at St. O- •celias's church ended Sunday afternoon, at 8:30 and the young people's mission began Sunday. The missions last one week. . Naomi Cleveland of Bralnerd, Minnesota, and Dorothy Curler of Grand : Forks, North Dakota, returned to their respective homes Saturday, after visiting Mrs. Ellen Wagoner *lnce the previous Tuesday. ..— -• ——• spent the week end with her mother, Mrs. John Kain. Mary has been working on night duty at the St Mary's hospital at Rochester, Minnesota, since Aag- MM. Dow Laldtey and daughter., Gladys and Rosalyn, returned from Fort Dodge, Sunday. They spent a two weeks' visit with Mrs. Laid- leys parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Nichols. MM. Walter Welsbrod and her daughters, Helen and Rachael, returned to their home In Penton, Sunday, after spending a week with the former's mother, Mrs. J. C. Kresensky. », M * r <f aret Nelson and her friend, Libby Downing, spent last week end with Margaret's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Nelson. The girls are attending St Mary's College *t Cherokee. '* Bj&r. and MM. Andrew Hannon and daughter, Sheila Ann, of Titonka, and Mrs. Kate Anderson and daughter, Marlene Ann, of Schaller, were guests of Mrs. John Caughlin for Sunday dinner. Mr*. Ruth Harwood of Ames arrived Thursday, to spend the week end with her friend, Mrs. H. W. Becker, and other friends. Mr. and Mrs. Harwood were residents of Algona several years ago. Dr. C. H. Cretemeyer attended the funeral of Dr. Howard Beye at Iowa City, Thursday. The two doctors were old friends. Dr. Beye was the chief surgeon and Instructor of surgery at Iowa City, and was killed In an automobile accident near Marshalltown, Wednesday noon. We do our own Lens Grinding. DR. F. E. SAWYER, Opt. tfysxxsoi&ctyiyi^^ Van Ness & Stillman Law Offices MOVED To The New Heise Building Now located in the north suite of rooms in the Heise building on north Dodge street. Formerly over Moe & Sjogren Grocery Phone 21 3 Ixxa&XK&xo&oa&a^^ \And Cold Weather's Ahead] But NOT For Little Feet Protected By Sturdy BUSTER BROWN SHOES Let the frosty days come . . . the; cold winds blow. Sturdy Buster Browns will keep little, feel, comfy' in rugged, warm leathers, moisture resisting soles amd foot healthy styles. In elk or calf, brown, smoke and black. Girls 1 Oxfords Size* 2 to to 9 1.95 to 3.95 Boy i' Oxfords Si.tM 3% to * 1.95 to 3.95 Childr«n'i Shoes 8 to 3 98e to 2.95 Brownell Shoe Co. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Watts spent Saturday In Mason City on business. Mrs. Stanley Keith and MM. Wallace McDougall spent Thursday in Mason City. Dr. Oeorge Elvldge from Perry spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Herman. Win Edwards was a visitor In Storm Lake Sunday, calling on the Garner family. MM. J. M. Otefton of Hamboldt arrived Sunday for a two or three week's visit with her daughter, Mrs. J. W. Little. Dr. and MM. H. M. Olson entertained guests from Terrll, Sunday. They were Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Capener and children. MM. Lloyd, Mnckey and Mrs. Henry Johannsen, Jr., spent Monday afternoon In LuVerne calling on friends and relatives. Mrs. R. W. CaMwell spent Thorn- day and Friday at Storm Lake visiting her sister and niece, Mrs. M. H. Denman and Virginia, Mr. and MM. William Pestotnlk and daughters and Mrs. Henry Douglass spent Saturday in Fort Dodge on a buoiness mission. Dr. and Mrs. 8. W. Meyer and son, Wayne, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Morling of EmmeUburg, Sunday evening. Otto Falfcenhalner spent the week end at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Henry Pletch. Mr. Falk- enhalner Is a resident of St Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johantisen, Jr., and the Jailer's mother, Mrs. J. P. Cook, attended the Methodist conference at Fort Dodge, Sunday. MM. Charles W. Sarchett win be 8ft years old on Thursday, October 8th. Her friends will be welcome to call on her In the afternoon on that day. Dorothy Bennett, niece of MM. Frank Ostrum, spent the week end at the Ostrum home. Dorothy is a news reporter on the Daily Times at Cherokee. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ostram have purchased a house en Elm street from the Nellie Taylor estate. They are having It remodeled and it will be for rent. Rev. Oeorge Vance and MM. B. M. Southgate will spend Tuesday and Wednesday in Charles City attending the Mitchell Association Congregational conference. MM. Eva Cairy Dayton of Brighton is visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Leila Seeiey, in the Hurt vicinity, and will later come to Algona for a visit with friends. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Overmyer and Mrs. W. A. Foster drove to Fort Dodge Thursday to attend the Methodist conference. Mr. Overmyer was a delegate to the convention. William Turner, son of Lafe Turner the painter, is the new clerk and delivery boy at the Long Food Shop. The Longs have traded In the family car for a new delivery truck. Ix>ls diiyet, home economics teacher In the Garner schools, was teacher in the Garner schools, was a week end guest at the J. H. Hoppe home and attended the teacher*' meeting Monday. Lillian Meyers of Cedar Falls spent the week end at the home of her cousin, R. W. Caldwell. Lillian teaches mathematics In the high school at Corwith and is attending the teachers' Institute. Mr. and MM. Fred Tuhbeaing of Mason City were week end guesta at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Wallace McDougall. On Sunday the two families drove to Fort Dodge and attended the Methodist conference. J. W. Little of the Algona Motor Sales, left Monday for Minneapolis. At Minneapolis he boarded a train with 200 dealers, and went to Detroit, Michigan, to attend a showing of 1937 Buicks. Mr. Little will be gone a week. MM. Elizabeth Lemke came home last week from Amboy, Minnesota, where ahe has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. C. L. Bonnett, and Is now with her daughter, Mrs. Henry Aman. Since her return she had the misfortune to fall and bruise herself, but no bones were broken. Dorothy B. WllUon is the new operator of the Cottage Beauty Shop, which was operated by Edna Gilmore. Mrs. Wilson's home is at Lake Mills, and her two sons are attending school there, and living with their grandparents. Mrs. Wilson came to Algona from Northwood, where she had been for a year. Mr. and Mrs. Neltael pf Roundup, John Homer la a new employee at the Botsfofd Lumber Co. He began work about two weeks ago. Datfd Phillips, high school teacher, spent the week end in Des Moines with friends. Josephine Murtagh gpent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Murtagh. Josephine is employed at Des Moines. Mts and Mrs, Carl Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Danson and Mr. and Russell Maxwell were dinner guesta of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bieich, Sunday. Mr. and MM. Howard Hoenk and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lamprlght left Friday morning for Black Duck Lake in northern Minnesota for a weeks' fishing trip. Mr. ahd Mra. W. E. McDonald and son, Stanley, returned Wednesday, from Horseshoe Lake in northern Minnesota. They had enjoyed five days of good fishing. R. B. Ronewall of Blue Earth, took his mother, Mrs. Marie Rosewall to Iowa City, Sunday, where she will spend the winter with her daughter, Mrs. A. C. Cahill. Dorothy Sellstrom, who Is teaching this year at Harcourt, and her cousin, Pauline Hocum of Gowrle, spent the week end with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Sellstrom. „ , Frank Orandgennet has purchased the pool hall at Rolfe from Clarence J. Moen, and will take possession Monday. He has been In Algona for the past year and a half at Selzer's lunch room. Lillian Krewui, assistant chief operator at the Northwestern Bell Telephone office, returned Sunday evening after spending a week's vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kressin at Lotts Creek. Alice Kain and her friend, Margaret Welling, spent the week end with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Kain. The girls teach school at Vail, Iowa. Margaret's home la at Anthon, near Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Klrsey, and Mr. and Mrs. Ford Bunn and son, Billy of Gait, Iowa, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Jacobson, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Klrsey are the parents of Mrs. Jacobson. Mrs. James Laird of Webster, Wisconsin, and her sister, Mrs. Reed, and daughters, Lydla, Bertha and Carrie of Minnesota, were guests last week Monday, of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Laird. Mrs. James Laird is the slster-ln»4aw of W. E Laird. Mrs. F. M. Wagner returned to her home at Smith Center, Kansas, Monday after spending three weeks In Algona at the home of her daughter, Mrs. George Vance, and getting acquainted with her new granddaughter, Charlotte Louise Vance. MM. Whit Wilson, .later of Fred Kent, who has been a guest at the Kent home during the past week drove to Indlanola, Saturday, where she will pay her parents, Mr. and Mr«. E. C. Kent, a short visit before returning to her home at Boise, Idaho. R. W. Bailey of Philadelphia spent Wednesday visiting at the E. P. and L. W. Keith homes. His wife will be remembered as Maroa Keith, and Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Keith. Mr. Bailey stopped on his way through Iowa on a business trip. Elizabeth Mrrgen of the Theodore Hutchison home, left Saturday evening, to spend a week wllh her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Mergen or near Whlttemore, and to be home for Ihe wedding of Susie, her slsler, lo Ralph Redding, which will be held today (Tuesday). Mra. O. D. Rrundage, Mrs. Henry Becker, and Mrs. Alwln Huenhold took Mrs. Becker's niece lo Mason Clly Wednesday to take the bus to Minneapolis. The niece is Val Jensen, and operates a beauty shop at Minneapolis. She has been visiting at the H. W. Becker home for ten days. Judge and MM. John Siuiborn of St. Paul were callers at the H. Ft. Cowan home, Friday, enroute to Des Moines. Mrs. San horn was formerly Helen Clarke, daughter of the iate George E. Clarke, one time atlorney In Algona. The Sanborns have resided in St. Paul for thirty years. Mr. and Mr*. Frank Holilhaan spent Friday afternoon In Mason City as guesta of Mr. and Mrs. Gust Strom. Mr. and Mrs. Strom were leaving for Brawley, California, on Sunday morning, whjre they will locate permanently. Mrs. Strom in Mra. Kohlhaas* aunt, and is the sister of Mrs. Kric Nelson of Algona. Mr. Strom Is the brother of Wm. H. Leigh and son, Robert of Amboy. Minnesota, came Saturday nnd are visiting at the home of the former's brother, Slni Leigh at Irv- Ington and with Algona relatives for a few days. Mr. and MM. R. L. Maxwell were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Percy Statsberry at Mason City,.Wednesday evening. Mr. Statsberry Is manager of the Mason City branch of the Federal Corporation Finance Co. MM. Lloyd Wellendorf and children, Lament and Carmen, arrived froth Minneapolis, Wednesday evening after a short visit with Mrs. Welelndorfs sister, MM. L. H. Crawford. They were accompanied on the trip by the former's mother, MM. Frank Miller. W. E. McDonald took his son, Stanley, to Des Moines Friday morning, where Stanley will attend a trade school, that teaches Diesel engineering. Stanley recently resigned his position at the Norton Machine Works, where he was employed for several years. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Rete of Lewistown, Montana, were overnight guests of Loraine Tlerney last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Retz were enroute to Chicago. MM. Retz was a roommate of Loraine when the two were attending St. Teresa College at Winona, Minnesota. MM. Ralph Brnsle of Sutherland came Thursday of last week from her home and Is visiting at the Wm. Rath and Victor Johnson homes. Mrs. Brusie will be better remembered here as Mrs. Anna Johnson. She and her husband live on a farm near Sutherland. Mr. nnd Mrs. Clarence Paisley and daughter, Jean of Sioux City arrived Friday, and will make their permanent residence in Algona, in the Gus Sjogren apartments on East Call street. Mr. Paisley is employed at the local Kennedy & Parsons plant being transferred from Sioux City. Mrs. Don Hutchison and daughters, Joan and Nancy, spent the week end in Des Moines visiting at the home of Mrs. Hutchison's sister, Mrs. Frank Carroll. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Archie Hutchison who visited Mrs. Hutchison's sister, Mrs. F. E. V. Shore In Des Moines. MM. L. O. Thompson, Everyle Anderson and Betty Merron of Estherville spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Miller. Mary Thompson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson, also of Es- thervllle, returned with them. Mary niece of Mrs. Miller, had been a guest at the Miller home since Tuesday. Ira Vincent came up last week from his home at San Antonio, Texas, for a visit of several weeks with his many old friends in Algona and vicinity and to look after some property Interests. Ira, who a year ago was near death from pneumonia, is looking his old self and is enjoying his visit here Immensely. Ira says that Texas Is threatening to go republican this year and is himself wearing a sunflower Landon badge. Mr. and Mrs. George Schultz and family were Fairmont and Blue Earth visitors Saturday. DEICO-HEAT OIL BURNER with uel Control Montana, visited briefly al Ihe Elsie August Strom of Algona. Cody home Wednesday. They had ' been in Elmore, Minnesota, the first of the week looking after property of Mrs. Neitzel's father, George Tinker, a former well known farmer In that vicinity, who now makes his home with his daughter in Montunu. Mia. Hfiiry Luvreuz uiid daughter, Esther and Mrs. John Dutton and sons, George, Jack and Jerry, motored tu Huston, Minnesota, and spent the week end with Mrs. Lavrenz's mother, Mrs. August Heiae and other relatives there. Mrs. Heine was the honoree at a birth- duy party given for her, the occasion being her 83rd birthday. Mr. and Mrs, Lester WilUon enjoyed a, week's visit ut the home of their sun und wife, Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Willson at Cedar Kupids. During their visit they made u three day fishing trip to Central City. Mr. and Mrs. Willson returned to their homo Sunday evening, und Mr. Willnun reported that both on the trip down and thu return trip it rainud the entire way. Mr. uiul Mr*, tieorge Holm ciuue down from their home at Morristown, Minnesota, last week for a visit with George's sinter, Miss Lizzie Hohn, and other relatives and friend. Geo. is a well known former Algona boy and he is kept busy visiting with his many old Algona friend* on the occasion of bis annual visit here. The Hohna leave for home some time this week. Mr. and Mr*. M. A. Stewart and the latter 1 * mother, Mrs. B. F. Reed of Yanktan, South Dakota, came Saturday to visit at the Lee Reed home. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart returned to Yaakton, Sunday, but Mrs. Reed will remain for a longer visit with her sou and many Algona friend*. The StewArU Are completing a new home which will be ready for thorn about the first of next month. Mr. Stewart, who is an Instructor at Yaokton College, ha* done wont of the work on the new home hiau«U. It ww built on the foundation of their home which burned to the ground laat winter. 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