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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 10, 1936
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The Algona Upper fles Moines, Algooa, Iowa, Nov. 10,1936 Mr. Stanmeyer IMM Joint* the Bjustfom organization as a service nrnh. Mr. Mid Mm 9. H. Boppe motored to Osage Sunday to visit with friends and relatives. Mr. and MM. Phil i. D<mv".- of Port Dodge were callers at the M. 3. Duffy home Thursday. Mrs, *. T. Bohanmn, and Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Funnemark of Wesley spent Saturday at Fort Dodge. Dorothy Wilson, operator of th« Cottage Beauty Shop, spent the week end at Mankato visiting with friends. Edward Capealns drove to Den Moines Saturday to attend the concert of Fritz Krelsler at the Shrine auditorium. Margaret Brown, Evelyn Toothman, Mary Harris, Mrs. Earl Toothman and Mrs. C. Olson spent Wednesday In Foft Dod«e, A William Dau entesCiriSi at* boys from the shop, Jbm Frank! and Lydla Meyer at aKntton dinner at his home Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Big Olnde of Ea- thervllle were guests of Mrs. Gin<Je's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence McNabb, last week Sunday. Mrs. F. B. Bandy aad daughter, Jane of Britt, spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Chet Williams. Mrs. Bandy helped at the Episcopal night church supper, Saturday Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Stilbnan and daughters spent the Week end at Dolllver aa guests of Mr. Stlllman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Stillman. Helen Dlngley left Friday for Rochester, Minnesota, to visit her brother-in-law, W. D. Nugent, who recently underwent a gall bladder operation. Mrs. Andrew Hansen and little daughter, Sheila Ann of Titonka were guests of Mrs. Hansen's mother, Mrs. John Caughlin, from Wednesday until Saturday. Mr. and Aim. W. W. Blelch, Mildred Kain, and Mrs. Anna Drone, Hampton, enjoyed a turkey dinner, Sunday at the F. A. Drone home, 219 West McGregor street. Mr. and' Mrs. Ernst Thlel and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Morgan attended the eighth district Joint meeting of the V. F. W. and Auxiliary at Fort Dodge, Sunday. ; Mr. and Mjrs. W. C. Irelan and daughter, Jo Ellen, visited relatives and frierifls in Minneapolis over the week end and also attended the Iowa-Minnesota football game. James Crulkshank left for San Diego, California, Sunday, to spend the winter visiting at the home of his sister. Mr. Crulkshank is 86 years old and has spent the last nine winters in California. He Is In excellent health and his many Algona friends wish him a pleasant winter and a safe return to Algona in the spring. Mr. and Mm. Norman Crawford, Jr., spent Thursday afternoon in Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mm. William Dan attended a circuit meeting at Fair- Sunday. Mr. aad Mra. Sam smith and Mrs. John Lalng were Fort Dodge vfritort Tuesday. Mrs. Lena BJelland and daughter, Lorraine of Elmore, visited Algona friends Friday. W. J. Oalbralth ha* been 111 In the Kossuth hospital with pneumonia for the past ten days. Mrs. Earl Griffith and Mrs. D. A. 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Seneca Sexton Totals By day, a neat appearing eomfortable davenport—by nigbt, a luxurious bed. Several patterns, prices and covers to choose from. ».* • > ¥7^ ¥T^ By special arrangement with JE 1^1-rfl-' our manufacturer in introducing these marvelous lounges we are giving a closely woven, all wool blanket. These, like the lounges represent the last word in quality. See them in our window today. Richardson Furniture Co. "Where Furniture Sells !k>r I*M" City on trip. Jlmmle Neville was host at his annual turkey dinner given to his store force at the Pierce Cafe, on Sunday. Mr. and Mm. Roy Berrie of Mason City spent Sunday with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Barry. -, Mrs. N. C. Bice returned to her home Friday after visiting at the home of a friend, Mrs. W. L. Hagerhorst of Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Halites of Independence were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith and Mrs. John Lalng last week Sunday. Mr. and Mm. Hugh Post spent last week Sunday at Iowa City with their son, Dick, who is attending the Iowa State University. Mm. Julius Johnson arrived on Wednesday from Humboldt to make an extended visit with her Sexton sister,.Mrs. Charles Lathrop. Sherman . Mra. Holman Anderson and son, Sprlngf'ld Jerry Bob, spent the week end at Swea Crystal Lake visiting the former's Union parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sonerholm. Wesley — The young people belonging to Whlttem'e the Christian Endeavor society of the Congregational church went to Buffalo Center Sunday to attend the Rally Day program. Mrs. Hugh Post of Algona returned Sunday from BelmOnd where she had been a guest at the home of her sister, Mrs. Glen Me- Murray, during the past week. Mrs. Evart Eyres and son, Phil, returned to their home In LeMars, Sunday after making a two weeks' visit with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. BergHeld. John Larson and his mother, Mrs. Nets Larson, Meda Redfleld and son, Clark, drove to Granada, Minnesota, Sunday, to visit Mrs. T. L. Dalley, daughter of Mrs. Larson. Mrs. Stella Beed returned to Yankton, South Dakota, Monday, where she makes her home with her daughter, Ruth. She has been visiting her son, Lee Reed, for the past month. Mr. and Mm. M. J. McCall drove to Humboldt Saturday to meet their daughter, Catherine, who is working in Des Moines. Catherine spent the week end in Algona with her parents. Mm. Ed Carney, Mm. Chris Wal- lukait and Mrs. A. A. Bishop attended an all day meeting of the Women's Foreign Missionary society of the Methodist church at Emmetaburg. Hie Interstate Watanye organis- er. Mart* Peterson, was an Algona visitor Wednesday. In the past six .weeks she baa organised Wa- tanye clubs at Waverly, LaVe Mills and Forest City. Mm. Boy Walker of SaUx was a guest from Wednesday until Saturday with her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Walker. She also became acquainted with her new grandson, Roy. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. McCall of Kenosha, Wisconsin, returned to their home Saturday morning after visiting a week with Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Shierk. Mrs. McCall is Mrs. Shlerk's mother. T. H. ChrtsohlUes and sons, Jack and Julian, and his mother, Mrs. J. T. Chrischllles spent Sunday at Spring Valley, Minnesota, at the home of Mrs. Chrischllles' mother, Mrs. H. G. Mulander. Wilbur Haak of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, spent the week end as guest at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Malueg, and Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Thlel. He Is the nephew of Mrs. Malueg and Mr. Thlel. Bill Garner, formerly employed by the Maxwell Motor Company, was visiting friends in Humboldt. Wednesday and Thursday. He is now located at Humboldt, and is selling Plymouth automobiles. Mrs. Frank B. Burton of Anderson, Ind., last week joined her husband In Algona. Mr. Barton is construction engineer on the new post office here. They are living in the Ed Rist house at 301 South Harlan. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt and Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Kelly motored to Omaha Friday to attend the Creighton football game in which the latter's son, Omar, played as a star center. They returned home Sunday. A. C. Neville of Ismuy, Montana, cnme Monday for a visit with his brother, James, and family. He has lived in Montana the past 20 years or more. Before moving out there be was in business in Britt and Garner. Dr. and Mrs. I. C. Nugent, Mr. and Mra. N. C. Rice, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bonar, Helen Dingley, Mr. and Mra. Donald Hutchison, and Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Cliff of Ames will be guests of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Potter at Fort Dodge Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Anuuuton and family and Mrs. Fred Geigel returned Sunday from Minneapolis where they had visited since Friday. Mrs. Geigel visited relatives. The Amunsons were guests of Al's sister and attended the Minnesota- Iowa game. H. B. Hicks who is employed at the Bell Telephone Company, became ill with sleping sickness Monday. Mr. Hicks began work in Algona, September 1, coming from Council Bluffs. He is married and has one child. Mr. Hicks ia now in a Council Bluffs hospital. Guest* of Mm. Andrew Godfredson over the week end ware Helen Reeves of Sioux City, Mr. and Mrs Leslie Samp and family and Mr aad Mrs. Kenneth Samp of Lake Mills, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Lunstrom bnd family of Bancroft, and Don- tia Jean Reeve* of Lake Mills. The Foster Furniture store U being improved this we«k with an entire new floor covering of linoleum. It was a big undertaking to move all the furniture and pu down the almost 400 square yard* of linoleum, but tta» boys bad the situation wall M> band by Monday 239 393 344 260 343 290 193 112 85 214 221 151 118 512 338 120 129 257 150 144 103 247 282 194 187 280 207 241 152 112 162 127 115 189 333 522 8066 244 357 239 183 165 208 81 52 23 137 24' 45 53 171 324 36 56 115 94 21 59 30 121 51 43 Z9 24 25 88 26 41 2 87 76 139 88 367 S 5 S 2 a 158| 337 278 179 283 254 173 101 79 197 179 139 95 502 267 99 105 243 124 133 95 221 245 179 169 289 194 228 137 105 16 108 106 163 325 48 712 312 397 270 247 182 209 85 33 22 138 42 44 58 189 351 39 72 98 104 19 56 40 138 55 58 46 29 26 92 32 35 34 8D 8S 143 9 395 185| 333 282 198 29fl 224 159 98 66 187 167 131 82 500 261 89 107 218 104 129 89 170 241 165 159 279 183 223 124 105 149 89 103 153 304 487 6863 247|. 350 215 484 159 207 78 52 23 1271 32 1 30 47 163 294 36 56 93' 94] 17 47 33 128! 42 ! 44 32 15 22 88 27 46 29| 76 79 133 84 3415 183 307 272 179 262 234 162 911 72 186 171 132 79 497 261 97 103 215 114 127 85 199 232 160 148] 274 186 225 133 100 138 96 102 146 290 465 6830 274| 4071 254T 228| 197| 229|' 85 1 60 31 144 43 38 72 188 353 41 75 121 100 21 55 50 153 66 70 32 26 27 96 33 38 26 88 101 168 9 4095 156! 265| 265 231 218| 226] 157| 82 49 171J 115' 121! 73| 462' 236| 101 97 235 108 125 61 182 247 137 131 251 190 204 122 85 122 89 89 128 241 416 606 2!>S 442 285 249 261 242 S3 69 46 164 S7 f,5 77 226 370 45 73 125 117 30 81 71 188 85 84 61 29 40 109 50 66 48 96 119 230 160 and fit the home of her daughter family, the Charles Hills. The Rev. and Mrs. Thomas Aremis and family of Fender, Nebraska, the new pastor here, moved into the parsonage, Thursday. Ardith and Leighton, two small children of Mr. and Mra. Charles Hill, had their tonsils removed by Dr. Mueller at Fenton, Thursday morning. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Sharp and Wayne Tyler of Dayton, spent Friday with friends and relatives here. Delbert Sharp returned with them for a week's visit. P. M. Christenson, N. L. Cotton, Frank Dacken and S. M. Gladstone attended the judicial meeting of the Fort Dodge Presbytery at Algona last Wednesday. Beulah Gladstone, teacher at Swea City, spent Wednesday evening at the home of her parents, the S. M. Gladstones in honor of her sister, Margaret's birthday. J. M. Blanchard, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Erlckson of Algonn, left on Saturday to attend the Iowa-Minnesota football game at Minneapolis. They returned Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Blanchard and family of Irvlngton and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gcnrlch and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Alex Krueger home. IRVIN&TON NEWS 4867 Horace Ctepmddle and George Ludwlg of Wesley left Saturday morning to be gone a week on a fishing trip at Crow Lake in Canada. Fred Frost Is working at the service station during Mr. Clapsaddle's absence. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Benner of Anamosa spent from Thursday until Sunday visiting at the home of the latter's mother, Mrs. Walter Good. Mr. Benner Is now manager LONE BOCK NEWS of the Bell Telephone Company branch at Anamosa. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Chubb of E»- therville became the parents of a baby boy born November 6 at the Kossuth hospital. The baby weighed about five pounds. Both mother and baby are doing nicely. Mrs. Chubb was formerly Phllomena Qulnn. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Duffy were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Miller of • Mallard and their two children, Mary and Helen, and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Duffy of WhUlemore. and P. J. Larson and Henry Larson of Al- icrt Lea, Minnesota. • • Mesdames L. 8. Rice, Henry Lund, Ed Bartlett, G. C. Barton and A. W. Behrends attended a meeting of the Rebekah lodge at Burt Thursday. Mrs. Lund who was delegate to the state Rebekah assembly from this district, gave a report of the assembly. Darwin Baker, and Irene, aad Evelyn Capeslus spent Sunday at Ames visiting Edmond Capeslus, brother of Irene and Evelyn. Edmond is Attending his third year at the Iowa State College, is ma- ioring in veterinary medicine, and s affiliated with the Phi Kappa fraternity. O. S. Itelley, secretary of the Algona Chamber of Commerce, will return Wednesday from Omaha, where he has been attending a state and national convention of he secretaries of Chambers of Commerce. His wife accompanied ilm as far as Red Oak where she visited friends and relatives. Among Algonlans who attended he Minnesota-Iowa football game at Minneapolis Saturday were Ber- nlce Ludwlg, Elsie Halbrook, Fern Pederson, Kyle Keith, Jack Hilton, Mark Stanton, Don White, Kenneth Cowan, Mr. and Mrs. G. Ogg, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johannsen, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Reid, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. C. Irelan, Mr. and Mrs. C. Ft. LaBarre, Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Buchanan, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Nugent, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Linnan, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cowan, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Aalfs, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Gilmore, and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Saunders. Mothers' Club Meeting The Mothers' club met at the home of Mrs. J. M. Blanchard, Wednesday. Election of officers was part of the program. Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough was elected president to take the place of Mrs. Dorothy Sharp and Mrs. Arthur Priebe was elected secretary and treasurer to take the place of Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough. Hostesses were Mesdames W. G. Flalg, Calvin Householder and J. M. Blanchard. The Legion Auxiliary meeting was held at the home of Mrs. Fred Dransfeldt Friday. The alumni girls' and boys' basketball teams played the high school teams, Thursday evening. Mrs. George Hanna and daughter, Myrtle, were Monday dinner guests at the James Wadsworth home. Oscar Warner of Fenton spent Tuesday and Wednesday at the home of his aunt, Mrs. Kate Hawks. Mrs. Raymond Blerstedt and Mrs. Frank Householder and son Jlmmle, were callers In Algona, on Thursday. Miss Ev* Freer,"Wi* and 8th 'grade teacher in the local schools spent the week and at her horn in Sheldon. Kearn Blair of Grant, has been managing the-Poole Produce sta tion the past week as Mr. Poole is away on business. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Shellito and daughter, Norma of Ames, spent from Wednesday until Saturday at the N. L. Cotton home. Mrs. Guild of Mason City came Wednesday for a few days' visit Mrs. Lucy Reaper visited her son, Charles last week. Mrs. Fred Geigel is visiting with friends in Minneapolis this week. Mrs. B. Frankl is visiting relatives at Waterloo and Malcolm this week. George, Anna Geigel .spent the week 'end at home last week. She attends Buena Vista, college in Storm Lake. Roy Cook's orchestra from Algona Is to play for the Irvlngton club dance this Friday. All members and their friends are invited. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Bedell of St. Paul, formerly of Irvlngton, are to move to Plpestone In the near future. Mr. Bedell is building a flne brick house there, and expects It o be completed 'about Christmas. The Bedells have a large apartment house in St. Paul, which they will eave In charge of a brother of Jess, who resides in St. Paul. Tax Meeting At Spencer Nov. 18 A Northwest Iowa Tax conference will be held in the Cornwall- Floete hall at Spencer on Wednesday, November 18th, commencing at 2:00 p. m. Harry G. MIesse, for IS years executive secretary of the Indiana Taxpayers Association, and the outstanding leader in the taxpayer control movement In the United States, will be the principal speaker. M>. Miesse is coming to Iowa to speak at the annual meeting of the Iowa Taxpayers Association which will be held in Des Moines on Tuesday. November 17th. He haa agreed to remain in the state for three days following this convention and tell the story of, "How the Right of Appeal from Budgets has Reduced Taxes In Indiana", to those who cannot come to Des Moines but feel that they can come to these meeting points. Following the Spencer conference Wednesday, he will speak at Cedar Rapids on Thursday and at Fairfield on Friday. Joe L. Long, Executive Secretary of the Iowa Taxpayers Association, will also speak on, "How Iowa Taxpayers Can Best Control Public Expenditures", and will outline plans for the formation of county organizations in this territory. Ample time will be given for questions and discussion. Everyone Is invited and there should be in this county a number of citizens interested enough in these problems to attend the Spencer meeting. WED.-THUBS., NOV. 11-12 The romantic comedy smash of the year! ARMSTRONG NEWS Read The Want Ada—It Paya, INDICATE FAILURE . . . . . . Perhaps it's not the child* fault after all. He may not see hi lessons dearly. One child in ever &vc needs classes. „ No oeed to handicap your chil dren. An accurate eye cxamina cioa by a skilled rcfractionist has started many a. youngster towards the head of his class. Let us examine your child's eyes now. A. W. Amunson OPTOMETRIST First Door South Call Theatre To Kossuth Voters May I take this opportunity of expressing my thanks and appreciation for the generous support given me in the general election. L. A. Winkel Many relatives and frienda attended the funeral of Sharon Louise Lorig, three weeks old baby daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Lorig of Truman, Minn., on Thursday, Nov. 5, at eleven o'clock in the morning. The baby died Wednesday morning at aip o'clock fol- owing a few days' illness. The infant ia survived by her sister, Marlene Faye, 1V4 years old, and ler parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Long. Those attending the funeral from here were: Mr. and Mrs. John Laffey, maternal grandparents; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller and son, Bobby and daughter, Donna, and Miss Florence Laffey, Mrs. John Pritchard of Britt, and Mrs. Arthur Schultz of Garner. Mr. and Mrs. Lorig were both former residents here and are very well known here. L. 8. Beers and daughter, Fern, of Paullina, spent a few days visiting friends here. Mrs. Arnold Sorenson of Ringsted visited a few days at the parental R. E. Bunt home here. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Helgason are the parents of a baby boy, Edward Orrin, born Tuesday morning, Nov. 3rd. Mrs. Arthur SchulU of Garner, Mrs. John Pritchard and daughter, Sally and Miss Florence Laffey of Britt, visited Monday evening at the Jack Miller home. Miss Iruue Swenson, a teacher in the high school here, went to Des Moines as a delegate to the Iowa State Teachers association convention this week end. John Mixell, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mixell and daughter*, Lavon, Marjorie and Sarah Jane motored to Staawood, Wednesday to attend the funeral of Joba MlXAU/s father, who was M years old- They returned home early Friday moro- You can afford Automatic Heat! Every Delco-Heat Burner has the "THIN-MIX" Fuel Control. It releases small quantities of the cheapest grade domestic fuel oil into the "Oil- Airator" to produce a THIN MIXTURE that is RICH in heating power. This cheaper oil contains more heat. The '^THIN-MIX" Fuel Control savea you money. 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