The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 17, 1936 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 17, 1936
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The Algona tTpper Dee Moinea, Algona, Iowa, HOT. 17,198ft M*. aftd MM. George Scnffham *p*nt Thursday afternoon at Fort Bodge. Mr. and Mrs. Dehnar McFadden spent Sunday with Delmar's sister, Mrs, William Schllllnger. Eteanot Payne spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. 3. Payne. Eleanor has been on tight duty at the Mercy hospital in Mason City for the past four weeks. Warm Clothes Women's Snug-Set Vesta A Pants, each Girls' Snug-Set 4(In Vests A Pants, each l«fC Boys' Helmets Boy's Union Suits 79c ^Length Hose 15c Knit Hockey Caps 88c Mittens pa> lOe to 69o Girls' and Boys' SKI PANTS Heavy weight mixed wool in Navy and wine •Uea 8 to 14 nannetotte Pajamas And Night Gowns for women and girls 6fcs to $LM each Headquarters for Toys TOTTOWN OPENS NOV. t» Watch for Further Adnouneamnto Mrs. Nellie Van Allen spent Sunday at Fort Dodge as guest at the home of her sister, Mrs. James Allen. Ruth Jones, teacher In the Ledyard schools, spent the week end with her sister, Mrs. Edward Genrich. Norma Raney, teacher, Is having a school program, Friday, Nov. 20 at 8:00 at District No. 6 schoolhouse. Airs. Joseph Martini of Emmetsburg spent Wednesday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Howard Hoenk. Janet Zerfass, Dnane Jensen and L.yle T-ugh of Des Moines speft last week Sunday visiting relatives in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Holt spen Wednesday evening attending a dinner dance at the Eagle Grove counrty club. Dr. P. V. Janse left Friday after noon for Iowa City, where he at tended the Purdue-Iowa footbal game, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Joynt were guests last week of Mr. and Mrs David Joynt at Emmetsburg. Th men are brothers. BEN FRANKLIN Vv. v. BUTLJCR, Ownei| PARTY at ACADEMY HALL Friday evening, November 20 Cards, Lunch and dancing Price 25c Iowa. Theatre Tuesday-Wednesday, Nov. 17-18 Continuous Show 1-3-5-7-9 Not Recommended for Children ALLSEATS26c Mrs. P. V. Janse and daughter, Mrs. H. T. Miller, spent Thursday at Des Moines on a shopping trip. Mr. and Mrs. Alwin Haenhold spent Tuesday evening at Lakota wiih Mrs. Huenhold's mother, Mrs. William AalderkB. Jerry Good, little Mm of PhyWa Good, returned Sunday after spend- ng a week with his father, George Good at Spirit Lake. Mrs. Andrew Lehman west of town, la 111 with a sore throat, and Is confined to her bed. Eleanor Jacobson is her nurse. August Hnenhold and his son, "Moody" spent Friday and Saturday at Ames attending the Iowa Society of Florists meetings held on the campus of the Iowa State College. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Samson and son, Vic, will leave the middle of the week for a three or four months' trip through California The Samsons will drive during the entire trip. Mrs. Dehnar McFadden will attend the wedding of her sister, Vivian Carrel, who Will be married to Harley Watkins, Thursday, Novem her 19, at the home Of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Jones of Llvermore. Josephine Murtagh spent Arm istlce Day with her parents, Mr and Mrs. E. J. Murtagh. Mrs Eugene Murtagh brought Josephine to Algona from Des Moines. Mrs Murtagh had been a guest of Jo sephlne since Monday. Mary Strelt and Betty Backus motored to Mason City Friday afternoon. Betty was the guest of honor at a birthday dinner given at the home of her sister, Mrs. V. C. Smith. Mary visited at the home of her sister, Mrs. M. K. Cullen. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hutchlns have moved to Algona from Des Moines, and are making their permanent residence at the apartment in the home of Mrs. Glen Walker. Donald Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Hutching, and Is selling the Electrolux cleaner. ilr. and Mrs. W. G. McCullough drove to Iowa City Saturday to visit their son, Bob. Bob Is attending the Iowa University, and Is affiliated with the Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity. Saturday wa» Dad's day, and also Bob's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. McCullough stopped at Newton on Sunday and visited their mothers. The following Algona people, Mr. and* Mrs. Homer Tuttle, Dr. and Mrs. S. W. Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Irelan, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Grooters, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lynk, Mr. and Mrs. Antone Didrlcksen, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johansen, Jr_ and Mrs. Alvln Weber were entertained Friday night at the John Weber home at Irvlngton. The Misses Jeanne Coon and Lynor Olson, former Algona teachers, came Friday and are spending a few days In this locality. Early in the summer they went to Kansas City where they secured positions as national representatives of Beta Sigma Phi, sorority for business women. The girls have since traveled extensively In the west organizing and installing chapters for the sorority. They plan to be in this section of the country until after Christmas and will then go to Texas to continue, their work. Gall Theatre* Friday-Saturday November 20th and 21st Jane Withers and Slim Summervllle In "Can This Be Dixie" Paris A Dud, Says Rotarian Speaker Speaking before Rotarlans, Monday noon at the Algonn Hotel, Don 3ewel of Algona, former editor of the Bancroft Register, said that Paris wasn't what It was crackfed up to be. Dewel related expcr- .ences of his recent trip to Europe. As a "hot spot", Paris Is overrated, he said, and the French are less friendly than either the English or Germans. He also said that his belief that the English could not see a joke was shattered on his trip to England. Dewel made the trip alone, traveling across the Atlantic and back on a freight boat that carried passengers. Meals cost about 20 cents and hotel accommodations seldom exceeded 75 cents a night, he added. The flre department was called to the Hilton residence on South Jones Friday night. The flre was caused by defective wiring, discovered by BUI Hilton and Bob Spencer, and there was conslderabl~ smoke damage. Ray Cook's orcnestra will pin, for a dance at the Irvington hal this Friday, Nov. 20th. USED CARS 1935 Dodge coach 1934 Chevrolet panel deliver/ 1931 Chevrolet coach 1931 Dodge sedan 1929 Dodge sedan 1929 Chevrolet coach 1929 Chevrolet sedan 1932 Chevrolet coach 1928 Chevrolet coach These cars arc all for sale at bargain price*. CXwte la and Make Us A Proposition Also Have a 1936 Dodge Sedan to Sell at ft Dbwonnt PKESTOrfE Wlt-kABD BATTEMES WINTER GREASES DODGE AND Pt-TMOUTH SERVICE Algona Auto Market West of Court House FOE QUICK RESULTS—USE THE WAHT ADS Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Duffy spent Thursday In Mason City on a business trip. Mrs. i. T. Bohannon hi on the road to recovery after being ill With the flu. Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Laing were Long's | Special oa "g vacuum packed Coffee Put up in square u quart Mason jars & Long's Food Shop practical... long wearing . .. The fastest-selling rug in America! Beautiful.. Sensationally low-priced See it! Foster Furniture Company ivu* «MIU **u M -^ft m** •^•••p •* -"- — Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop. Mr. and Mrs, i. W. Little were Sunday dinner guests of the W. K. Laytons at Humboldt Mrs. John Laing and Mrs. Sam Smith visited at the Chris Walters home near LuVerne Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McGatt spent Sunday at Laurens visiting Mrs. McCall's sister, Mrs. C. Osier. Mr. and Mi* W. W. Bchroyer ot Hampton spent the week end with their daughter, Mrs. Victor Lowe. Editor Lee O. Wolfe of the Tt- tonka Topic, accompanied by his charming wife, were Algona visitors, Monday. Rev. and Mrs. P. 3. Braner, and son, Irvln, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Dau at dinner, Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Win McDonald, Mr. and Mrs. Harry McMurray and Mrs. M. J. McCall spent Saturday in Des Moinea. Janet Parsons of Grand Bap- Ids, Minnesota, Is enjoying a visit of a month with her mother, Mrs Charlotte Parsons. Harold Falkenhalner waa home for the week end. He Is workinj for the present at Iowa City a the state hospital Marlon Rising, who Is attending the AIB at Dea Moines, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Rising. Mr. and Mrs. K. H. McLaren and son, Kenneth, of Minneapolis, were guests Sunday of Mrs. McLaren's sister, Mrs. H. L. Hoenk. kicking back and causing the Ined a fractured .right arm Sunday, when cranking hi* car, the crank klcklny back and causing the injury. Bernlce Stock, local dancing teacher, spent the week end visit- Ing at the home of her friends, Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Bowers at Eagle Grove. Mm. Mary Fuller, and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Puller of Bradgate were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Lusby. The Fullers are relatives of Mrs. Lusby. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Roberta and daughter, Dorothy Ann, of Mason City, spent the week end as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Roberts. The Mr. Roberts are brothers. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Klrach and children, Rosemary and Arthur, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. U. G. Hall of Cherokee. Mrs. Klrsch and Mrs. Hall are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Keen and Mr. and Mrs. Burton Thorpe spent the week end at Audubon with Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Morrow. Mrs. Morrow will be remembered as Pauline Worster. Friends of W. B. Nugent of Chicago, will be glad to learn that be was able to return to his home Monday from Rochester where he has been a patient following a gall bladder operation. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Hanson spent Sunday and Monday at Iowa City visiting Mrs. Hanson's son, Wataon March, who is t freshman at Iowa University. He IB a member of the Sigma Nu fraternity. Week end guests of Mrs. Arthur Helberg were her sisters, Mte. Lyman Frick of Des Moines, and Mr. and Mrs. James Wood of Cambridge and her mother, Mrs. Kate Burkey of Sheldahl. Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Tribon, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Maxwell, and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Maxwell spent Sunday at Eagle Grove visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Maxwell, parents of Arnold and Russell. Superintendent and Mm. O. B. Laing drove to Fort Dodge Monday evening to attend a dinner and meeting at the Wahkonsa hotel for the superintendents and their wives in the North Central Six schools. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Maxwell will spend Tuesday (today) and Wednesday at Des Moines attending the automobile show and wil attend the banquet given by the Chrysler Corporation Tue»da> noon. Dr. \Y. II. Andrews aud Dr. W. Meyers of Algona attended a meeting and program of the Gen erul hospital staff and ciitiica .'.roup at Coi with. Monday evening They met with Dr. P. E. Walley of Corwith. Hrs. li. J. Thomas of fresco won a guest I rum Saturday until Monday at the home, of her friend, Mrs. F. A. Corey- Mrs. Thomas will be remembered by students of the old Normal College us Miss Eva Blair, x, ho lauyiil iicninu.ns.hip here. Mr. in id Mrs. ti. C. Burtoii, Mrs. Myrtle Turnbuugh, Bob Dewel, Harry ijrcenbcry and Vincent Isaac^on drove lo Iowa City Saturday. The Bartons were guests of Mrs. Edna Messenger and daughters, Mrs. Turnbaugh visited Rose Ludwig at the Iowa hospital, and the boys were guests of Bdb LaBarre. They were all attendant* at the Purdue-Iowa football game. Edythe Dailey spent the week end In Minneapolis visiting her mother, Mrs. Jennie Dye. Jack and Bill Hilton spent Sonday at Slayton, Minnesota, visiting their father, Roy Hilton. Ludwlg spertt'Sunday at JB*VB •IB^/V m*v***rw*f} Dgn/«v w>- • y —the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ludwlg, near Whltte- more. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Seetoy and daughter, Joan, are planning to spend the winter In San Antonio, Texas, leaving following the holidays. Those going to California. In the near future are Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rlst, Mary Sorensen, And Henry Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Harberts expect to spend the winter in Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ooeders will leave by train December 1, and will visit in Portland and Mount Angel, Washington, two weeks before going to Long Beach where they will spend the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Kohlhaas and Mr. and Mrs. John Frank! spent the week end in Iowa City They attended the Iowa-Purdue game, and visited Vernon Kohlhaas, student at the Iowa Unlvers ity. Saturday was Dad's Day al Iowa University. Mr. and Mrs. Emory Orosenbach of New Sharon arrived Saturday to spend a few days as guests of Mr and Mrs. Dolph Miller. Emory and Mrs. Miller are brother and sister. Mrs. Grosenbach will be remem- | bered as Grace Miller, who taught I music in the Algona schools. I Mary Thompson, niece of Mrs. Ralph Miller, returned to her home in Eattoervllle Sunday, after spend' ing a week's visit In Algona. Don- I nabelle Merron, another niece of Mrs. Miller, who is employed In the Iowa State Bank, spent Sunday In EsthervUte visiting her mother. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Overmyer will leave the first week in December, driving the southern route and stopping in Pasadena for a month's visit with her sister and will view the Rose fectival before going farther along the coast. They will also visit in Seattle, Washington, bc- tore going home. Mrs. Boy Voght and daughter, Betty Jean, of Buffalo, New York, are paying the former's sister, Mrs. John Walsh, a three weeks' vialt. Mrs. Walsh returned last Tuesday from attending the funeral of her mother, Mrs. J. B. Wilkinson, at tVortuna, Missouri. Mrs. Wilkenson was a former LuVerne resident. Mrs. Voght and Betty Jean came home from Missouri with Mrs. Walsh. SWEA CITY NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ewlng and two children spent Sunday at the Harold Shafer home at Orange City. Miss Melinda Kanner, Odebolt, a former teacher in the local school, spent the week end at the August \. Peterson home. A daughter, Gloria Rae, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Evans on Thursday, Nov. 12. The Evans lave one other child, a son. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Gelders and family of Marshalltown were dinner guests Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. August X. Peter son. J. E. Vaughn returned a week ago Saturday from Stockton, III., wnere lie had been visiting relatives and old friends since midsummer. Mr. and Mrs. Hay Lord went to Bristow, Thursday, where they attended the funeral of her uncle, K. D. Rose. Burial was made at Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Vaux of Mt. Vernon, Washington, came Friday to spend several days al the home of his father. J. L. Vaux and brother, James. Mrs. Hugh Butterlield and young son, Marion, went to Iowa City this week, Wednesday, where Marion will receive treatment at the University hospital. Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Ridge went to Des Moines Friday to spend the week end at the home uf their daughter and husband. Mr. MI.J. CJomar Davis. Mrs Lawrence Bycrs and her daughter. Mary Alice .)! Spirit Lake were guests from Wednesday until Sunday at the. home ol hei ,jimt, ttir.i. italph Ewuiy. The fourlii division uf the Swea City M. K. Aid was enlcrtaiiKd :a the home uf Mrs. A. Whitlow at Armstrong Wednesday alternoon uf J.i,I week. Twenty ladies were present. Miss BerniCij Smith accompanied by Mr. and Mr... Malk of Cylinder, via.ted Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Klmer tjniith. MUd Smith i. a leather in the Cylinder school. 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