The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 20, 1936 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 20, 1936
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The Algona Upper Pes Moines, Algona, Iowa, Oct. 20,1936 M*- and Mrs. J, H. last Wednesday in , Mr. and MM. M. J. Duffy *»«>at, tl»«e attending Field Day *t Whittemore, Sunday. M». O. p. xowne and dangh- Saturday In Mason City. Mr. and Mr*. H. W. Bchulta and twa children'of Fenton, were Sun/ day guest* of Mr. and Mr*. C. W. Mr*, lain Sanders, Mr*. B. P. Richardson and daughter, Meredith and Janice Wagoner spent Satur day to Mason City. Mr. and Mr*. Frank Welch and family of Webster City spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Welch'* ' attter, Mrs. A. A. Sterling. Mr. and Mr*. L, t. Maine* left Monday afternoon for . Rochester Minnesota, where they, will spend, a few day* going througl UK cllttte. v Nellie Van Allen *2 •mghtirsy Evelyn and Mary ElSabeth spent Sunday at Whittemore at the home of the former** aunt, Mrs. James O'Brien. Mr*. W. a Lee of Garner WM a guest of her old neighbor, Mr*. B> P. Richardson, Thursday. They-attended the Woman's club meeting!) together. Lain Kohl, Bernlce Ladwlg, Mabel Kohl and Ruth McKee spent Sunday visiting at the home of Mr. and Mr*. George Kohl In Union township. \ '•" Mr. and Mr*. Philip Pnffer and .«pa, Jerry Lee, of Corwith *pent Thursday evening with Mr. and ,Jtr», L. W. Gllleipie. The women , art aiatera. Merlin Little, son of Mr. and Mrs. i^ w - L Jl u * WU1 I 6 *™ * or *>•• " TVCttnes, Wednesday, 'where he will attend a Ptmtltte salesman's school • foe a week. , . - v ... . Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster win drive to Mount Vernon, Wednesday morning to make a surprise visit with their daughter, Mary EH*< abeth, who. ia attending Cornell College. THI» COUPON— •ffl brio* you AAP-i 13-M» Illiutral*! koouri rHKt.l Ad- 4n*f Tha Clml Al- luU* * Ptetfle T» Co, D« Maine*. • Her* If *6d .,'•' fe«l> .«,._ ._..«.... Highly wnnnlnlot. KtmUA- r.lly twUnrxl. Mrentth «l»ln«. KlecMd Infrxll- cnU Semadm« Barnes returned Mon*** morrtlng after spending a few days in Cedar Rapids with friends, and seeing the DHnols-Iowa game at Iowa City. Mf -an* Mrs. D. D. Paxson and son, Charles, spent the week end li£ Mt 2? to gtfest8 of Mr - a »d Mrs. A«vin Karr. Mrs. Karr is Ivadell Caughlin Karr. Mrs. M. T. Reeves of Bralnerd, Minn., and her friend, Mrs. Davis, visited at the home of the formers mother, Mrs. Dave Mitchell, during the week end. ' H °l»? Wests of Mr. and Mrs. H. w. Miller over the week end were Mrs. Miller's friends, Ruth Williamson of Sioux City, and Constance Balrd of West Bend. Gertrude Wortman and Arlene Lewis of Lakota, and Sylvia Randall of Glenburn, North Dakota, spent Saturday afternoon as guests of Mrs. Aiwln Huenhold. Myrtle Rasmnsson of Minneapolis returned to-her home Thursday, after spending a week as guest of Dr. and Mrs. S. W. Meyers. The two Women are sisters. Bill Spencer drove to Humboldt Sunday evening to meet his brother, James, who was returning from Iowa City where he had attended the Iowa University homecoming. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Walker became the parents of a baby boy, Saturday morning, October 17. The baby weighed 7 pounds and 13 ounces. > Both mother and child are doing nicely. Mrs. Milton Orow of Lentmon, South Dakota, came Sunday and is a guest at the home of her nephew, Dennis Pratt She has been visiting her daughter at Corwith the past two weeks. . Mrs. Joe Bloom and Dickie will return the first part of the week from St. Paul where she has been visiting her father, J. S. Melamed, who is to leave soon to visit rel- ntives at Los Angeles, California. Mr. and Mrs. George Wilkinson of Des Molnes were guests of their friends, Mr. arid Mrs. A. L. Long, Sunday. Mr. Wilkinson is a son of .T. J. Wilkinson, • a former school superintendent of Kossuth county. Mrs. Henry Lund left Friday to attend the Rebekah grand lodge being held this week at Burlington, as a delegate from the Algona lodge. Mrs. Lund expected to attend the Iowa- Illinois football game at Iowa City On Saturday. Mr. and Mrs; J. W. Little and children, and Mrs. Little's mother, Mrs. J. F. Oleson, attended a family reunion at Humboldt Sunday. The reunion was that of the Olesen family, and was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Mlckelson. Mrs. Mlckelson served a dinner at noon tor fourteen relatives. J. H. H«ppe spent Wednesday In Des Molnes on business. Ed Sheehan spent Saturday in Fort Dodge oh business. Mm. Sam Smith was confined to her bed part of last week with a severe cold. Doris Long, who teaches at Tama spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Long. Don Merts left for Rockford, Hi- inols, Sunday to make a permanent residence. He will be employed by Chappl Bros. Edythe Dalley, James Spencer and Irma Dee Phillips spent Thursday at Des Molnes visiting the former's Son, Bill. T. H. Wadsworth returned on Thursday from a trip to Wisconsin, where he visited numerous relatives and friends. Mrs. Henry Bnnkofstte and Mrs. Alwln Huenhold spent Thursday afternoon at thff home of Mrs. Floyd Koepke at Burt Mrs. Frank Dealy of Emmetsburg was a house guest of her friend, Mrs. Nellie McMahon last week, from Friday until Monday. Bernard Curley of Burlington visited his aunt, Mrs. W. D. Nugent on Thursday. Mrs. Nugent had not seen her nephew for some time. Emma Anderson of Swea City was a visitor of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Leffert from Wednesday until Saturday. Mrs. Leffert and Emma are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt spent Thursday at Sumner, the former home of Mrs. Pratt They visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Trager. Allan Buchanan, who attends Hamilton School of Commerce, at Mason City, uras elected president of the Student Council at a recent school electlen. Mrs. Carl Strandberg of Dayton, Ohio, visited friends In Algona on Thursday and Friday. She Was a delegate to the Federated Woman's club convention here. Mrs. Verle Vincent from California, had dinner Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Clap- suddle. Mrs. Vincent is the aunt of Mr. Clapsaddle's son, Don. Dr. J. O. Clapsaddle of Burt, accompanied by Leona Lichter, Elaine Hilsteadt and Marlon Corey spent from Friday to Sunday at Iowa City at the homecoming. Mr. and ft(rs. B. M. Hall of Grand Island, Nebraska, returned to their home Monday after spending a week visiting at the home of the latter'* sister, Mrs. John Lalng. Palmer Sellstrom and Stanley Muckey spent the week end with the former's brother, Bob, at St Peter, Minnesota. Bob is attending the Gustavus Adolphus college. Mrs. D. P. Smith and Mrs. H. L. Gilmore spent Thursday afternoon I In Emmetsburg attending the DIs- I trlct P. T. A. meeting. Mrs. Gll- | more is president of the local P. 1 T. A. Vote For Gilbert Hargreaves Republican Candidate For SHERIFF Of Kossuth County Your support solicited and appreciated Take the Word of Experience - Coal Heat Costs Less Auk the iwui who likes to experiment with fads . . . the nian who hoc tried every form of heating. Ten to one he'll say "Use coaL It's not only the cheapest form of heating- but ifs the best, too." Everyone who knows by experience how economical coal is testifies that it is without » peer as a heating agent. Use coal this winter. You'U be satisfied . . . completely. Blue Star Norton's Superior Block Stoker Coal Every toil of coal la our yard* i» fr««h coal ... recently mined . . . perfect for your furnace. Order now at tow fall F. S. Norton & Son BuiMi»« Supplies and Fuel Phone 229 Mrs. James Black and Mrs. Neal Smith spent Thursday at the horn of Mrs. Black's brother, Elme Smith at Swea City. Mrs, William AaMerks and Rev and Mrs. A. A. Frerklng of Lak ota spent Wednesday with the former's daughter, Mrs. Alwln Hu enhold. Wesley Behbner, son of Mr. am Mrs. Fred Behlmer, spent the week end with his parents. Wesley la taking a course in cosmetology in Des Molnes. Lloyd Pratt and his friend, Paul Rosslter Of Clear Lake spent Sunday in Minneapolis and drove to Algona to spend the night with Lloyd's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt Week end guests of Mr. and Mr*. John McDowell were the letter's aunt, Mrs. John Gunn of Iowa Falls and her cousins. Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brown of Springfield, Minnesota. The dining room In Hotel Algona is being redecorated in silver grey and maroon by Paul Dorrls. They started the job Thursday and expect to have it completed the first of this week. Paul Dahlhauser returned from Dallas, Texas, Saturday, where he had enjoyed a two weeks's vacation. Paul is employed at the Norton Machine Works, and has worked there several years. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. Woods and two children of Estherville spent last week Sunday with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Richardson. Mr. Woods Is employed at the Riverside Auto Laundry. Phyllis Sawyer, daughter of Dr. and Mr*. F. E. Sawyer, spent the week end in Mason City visiting at at-the Arlle Marshall home. Sunday they attended the concert given by the Navy Band at Marshalltown. . - . Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Norton and daughter, Bernlce, returned from Lawton, Friday, where they had been visiting their son, Elwood, since Sunday. Elwood Norton is the superintendent of schools at Lawton. David Smith drove to Swaledale Saturday for his sister, Leona, who will spend a week with her mother, Mrs. Neal Smith. Leona teaches at Swaledale and the school* are closing this week because of corn husking. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop visit ed at the home of the former's cousins, Mr. and Mr*. John McKeene at Traer Sunday. Mrs. Margaret Bishop, mother of A. A. Bishop, accompanied them home, and will spend the winter with them. Mr. and Mr*. A. A. Sterling and daughters, Genevieve and Jeannette, attended a family reunion at Webster City last week Sunday. The reunion was that of Mrs. Sterling's people, the Batemans; it was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Fielder. Mrs. Wallace McDougall and Mrs. Glen Roland drove to Des Molnes Thursday to bring the latter's daughter, Ruth, to her home In Algona. Ruth has been attending business college there during the past few months, and has began work at Bjuatrom's. Mr. and Mr*. Ed Sheehan returned Thursday evening from Cedar Rapids, where they had been guest* of Mrs. Sheehan'a sister, Mrs. Royal Rapp since Tuesday. The Shee- hans were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Fred Parks who stopped at Mt. Vernon to visit relatives. Dr. James McCord who spoko at the Congregational church Thursday evening, was an overnight guest of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Peterson. Dr. McCord is a foreign missionary in Africa, and is now in the United States on furlough. He is a very excellent speaker. Mr. and Mrs. VV. L. Whitney spent Sunday at Medford, Minnesota, visiting at the home of cousins, Mr. and Mrs, Ezra Bcard- slcy. Dorothy Whitney, daughter of the Whitneys, who is teaching at Duluth, also drove to Medford to spend Sunday with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shilts and son, John of Mason City, left Saturday night for Concordice, Kan- Frances S. Turner Frances Sylvia Albright was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ferd Albright, long time and respected residents of Kossuth county, and was born in this county June 19, 1900, and passed from this life by accidental death at her home on Wednesday evening, October 14, 1936, at 5:30 o'clock. She grew up in this neighborhood, graduated from the Algona high school in the spring of 1920 and began teaching the same fall. After two years as a teacher In Lotts Creek township she taught for two years; in the grade school at Burt. Frances was married March 8, 1924, and the young people made their home from that time with the William Turners, parents of the groom, a mile west of the Good Hope church. Here they shared the responsibilities of the farm and home and here were born to them two children, Elizabeth Virginia, who will be twelve Sunday, Oct. 25, and Beverly Ann, who will be four next Wednesday. The deceased was a devoted wife and mother, a good neighbor, a member of the Good Hope church, and active in Its organizations as her strength and family responsibilities would permit. She was secretary-treasurer of the Ladies' Aid society of the church at the time of her death. She la survived by her husband and children, her parents, four sisters, Mrs. Charles Potter, Mrs. Roy Cook, Mrs. Eva Mlttag, Alta Albright; and three brothers, Loula, Ralph and Robert Albright; two sisters and one brother are deceased. Other relatives and a host of friends also survive. Funeral services were held at Good Hope church Friday at 2 p. m., Rev. Allen Wood officiating. Vocal numbers were furnished by Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schultz, Lone' Rock. Pall bearers were Henry Engstrom, Jens Sorensen, Arle Dlttmer, Will Broderson, Arthur Baker, Elmer Johnson. Interment was in Rivervlew, Algona. Swea Pastor And Wife Honored On Eve of Departure Swea City: Rev. and Mrs. G. R. McDowell were honored Friday evening at a farewell party at the church basement by members of the Swea City and Grant Methodist churches, whom they have served the past four years. A large crowd was present and Rev. and Mrs. McDowell were presented an occasional chair as a token of appreciation. The Grant Aid also presented Mrs. McDowell a mirror. A program was given with Miss IBVINGTON NEWS Mr, and Mrs. James Hudson are staying at the Paul Hudson home. E. H. Thomas Is now driving a nymouth car, having traded in his Dodge. Mrs. A M. Lemkee has been en- oylng a vlalt with her two sisters he past week. Elmer Dole and family spent the week end at Coon Rapids with the ohn Schumachers. Donald Frankl spent the week md at home. He returned to Sioux City Sunday afternoon by ir. Mrs. Glen Black from near Des Holnes, spent last week at the home of her mother, Mrs. Ed Dlts- worth. sas, for a visit of a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Merwin Soote. Mrs. Soote is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Shilts. They will return via Omaha for a visit with another son, Melvin Shilts. Dob McCullough, son of Air. and Mrs. W. G. McCullough, and John Baker of Bancroft, who are attending the Iowa State University, were in charge of the traditional Alpha Sigma Phi dog, Rex, at tho | Illinois-Iowa homecoming game. The dog this year is Rex III and is a Great Dane. Rutli Malueg spent last week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Malueg. Ruth is attending the Iowa State Teachers' College at Cedar Falls, and has been chosen to sing with the Cecilian Glee club, which is made up of the finest voices. She also sings in the college chorus, which is practicing to give the Messiah at Christmas time. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Momyer returned Saturday from Chicago where they had visited their daughter, Mrs. E. H. Colt, and family for the past two weeks. While he was gone Mr. Momyer attended the national convention of the American Title Association which was held at Springfield, Illinois, Oct. 5-8. Maxine Momyer remained in Chicago for a longer visit with her sister. Lawton Conger of Adel, Iowa, has located at Algona and will make this his headquarters now. Mr. Conger represents the Williams &. Hunting Company of Cedar Rapids, a prominent sash and door and general mill work factory. Mr. Conger's mother, now dead, was a cousin of the late D. A. Haggard. Mr. Conger is rooming for the time being at the E. J. Gilmore home on South Minnesota street. Mr. and Mrs. Verle Vincent of California expect to return to their home this week after visiting in Iowa the past two or three weeks. They were guests at the home of 'Vjrs. Vincent's sister, Mr*. Gus Sjogren in Algona last week and also visited at Whittemore with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pertl. Part of the time they have been guests of Verle's parent*, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Vincent, at Cedar Rapid*. Mrs. Vincent is best remembered here as Miss Tris Pertl, who wo* employed for a number of year* at the ChriachUle* 4s Herb*t •tore. Mr. and Mr*. Ch*rle* p«rtl of MJUumpflU* were BiWt* of the Sjocren'* last week end during t£t ' viitt hwe. ••-"**"•. There will be a club dance at the Irvington hall this Friday. All members and friends are invited to be present. The living rooms over Frankl's store, are being papered and painted and have., been rented to Mr* R. M. Wataon. Roy Blythe family left here on Monday forenoon for their home In Dubuque, after having visited here the past week. The Jos. Wilhelmi and the P. D. Schichtl family spent Sunday here also. The funeral for Mrs. Carl Seip's mother was held at Burt Sunday afternoon. She was killed while visiting in Indiana, being hit by a car. Mrs. Seip has the sympathy of this community. Mr. and Mrs. C. Nelson and son of Ceylon, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Smith of Parkersburg, Iowa, and Mr. and Mrs. F. Heerts and son of New Hartford, Iowa, spent Sunday with the E. H. Thomas family. Mrs. Sumner Parsons of Burt entertained the Embroidery club at her home Wednesday. Most all members were present beside sev- dral visitors from Burt. The afternoon was spent in visiting and a delicious luncheon was served. J. Iva Moats as chairman. Talks were given by Messrs. Chas. Chambers, Gus Tbrine. Dr. R. M. Minkel and A. H. Schuler. Responses were made by Rev. and Mrs. McDowell. Musical numbers Interspersing the talks were piano solo by Mrs. Cecil Griffith, violin selection by Miss Lucille Byrum, accompanied on the piano by Miss Helen Larson and a vocnl solo by Mrs. Buell Pearson. NOW THE NATIONALLY known Grunow Radios can be seen nnd heard at your Gamble Store. Spectacular, new features—Magnificent Cabinet— Teledial— Color- flash Airplane Dial—All-Wave reception. Grunow, 11-tube, $69.05— Grunow, 12-tubes $99.95. Liberal allowance for your old radio. 42 .Mr. and Mrs. Walter Richardson left Thursday for San Diego, California, to make their permanent residence. They motored through. Walter is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. W. A. Richardson. SORENSEN SPECIALS Choc. 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DAU GARAGE Phone 185 General Repairing Fender and Body Work, Painting JUNIOR THEATRE Last 2 Days Tues., Wed., Oct. 20-21 2 New Features 2 All seats 21 c all seats First Feature Second Feature 100% Oolor 100% Lila Damlta "The Devil on Horseback" Glorious musical romance Coming Thurs., Fri., Sat., Oct. 22-23-24 Brian Donlevy Glenda. FarreU "High Tension 0 and Tim McCoy "BuU Western Read The Want Ads—It Pays. Greater Values Department Stores Beater Values Select Your Fall and Winter Merchandise for the Entire Family at Graham's- Take Advantage of these Low Prices I Ring-Free Chiffon Silk Hose 63c Full-fashioned first quality mnurtext shades Made of "crepe twist silk", a special treatment that adds to their wear and beauty. This week only. Women's Underwear Vests- Pants— Each— warm, snug-fitting undies for women—clinging panties and built up shoulder vests. 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