The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 8, 1936 · Page 31
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l&e Algona Upper DBS Moines, Algona, Iowa, Dec. 8,1936 Xfcri 8i»a, PWA engineer at Al- spent the week end in Des visiting a brother. i Mnrtagb. at Des Mate e» apent the week «nd with her mother, Mrs. EL J. Murtagh. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Kitsch and Lula Kohl spent Thursday on a pleasure trip to Des Moines. . Sir*. Bay Cook spent the week «nd visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. Jimmie Allen, at Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart McKay of Sagle Grove spent Tuesday with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Xiee Reed. Mr. and Mrs. I* O. Thompson of Estherville spent Wednesday and Thursday with their daughtnr, Mrs. Ralph Miller. Mrs. Amy Boberts of Jolty, Iowa, arrived last week Monday for an extended visit with her cousin, Mrs. IjeRoy McWhorter. Bertha Johnson was oaQed to Cedar Rapids Friday by the serious illness of her aister, Edna, now Mrs. Marshall Brown. Mrs. X M. JMttesMB, Mrs. Bos«ell Maxwell, and Mrs. C. E. Walker motored to Oerner Thursday and spent toe day visiting with Mrs. James Love. Mrs. Prank Koolhaas left for New York City Thursday night, and will pay a visit at the borne of Dr. and Mrs. Lyle Ellis. Mrs. Ellis and Mrs. Krihlhaas are Bisters. Mrs. Frank SMMa, Mr*. John Simon, Jr., Mrs: deve Stewart, Mrs. LeRoy McWhorter, and her guest, Mrs. Amy Roberts of Jolly, Iowa, spent Wednesday at Mason CSty. P. H. Hargreaves was called to Kmington, Illinois, Wednesday evening by the death of his brother, George Hargreaves. George was killed in a train and automobile accident * Dorothy Whitney of Proctor, Minnesota, spent a few days last week visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Whitney. Dorothy teaches school at Proctor. . / Phil HemphlO of Algona, whose business is in KmmetBbarg, • was injured in an auto accident near Cylinder last Thursday, when his machine turned over, as he was driving between the two cities. He to reported, however, as getting •long and recovering rapidly from the experience. i o3tMMJJMgqS03OMWHBq3tCo.ro BANCROFT NEWS Rahe-Deitoring News was received recently of the marriage of Anna Rahe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rahe to Walter Deltering, son of F. X. Bettering at Burlington. Three Table dob Mrs. Andy Deitering entertained the Three Table club at her home Friday night Bridge was played with Mrs. L. J. Mousel winning the first prize, Mrs. R, E. Weber prize for having score nearest to 1937, and Mrs. Mike Droessler low. CANT STOP TALKING— Emmie Wilson, 4-year old son of Mrs. May Wilson of Munford, Tenn., who has been brought to a hospital at Memphis for observation and treatment of an ailment that is puzzling physicians. He has been tuliring- day and night for more than a week, and cannot Bleep unless sedatives are given. Once a study youngster, he now weighs only 20 pounds and 8 ounces. EVICTION OF A STRIKING SEAMAN—Owen Savage, striking seaman, was one of the the group of 350 seamen who applied for beds on credit at the Seamen's Church Institute in New York. They were short the 20 cents a night for beds. Police were called and when Savage refused to "go quietly" into the cold night he was hustled down the stairs as shown above, and arrested. James Mnrtagh, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Murtagh, arrived in Algona Saturday morning. He has been employed by the Reconstruction Finance Corporation during the past four and one half years at Washington, D. C., and is now going to make Iowa his' permanent home. Parents of a Boy Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Recker are the proud parents of a boy born Monday and weighing 11 pounds. This is the second boy and third child in the family. The members of the C O. F. held a meeting in the Forester hall on Thursday evening. Veronica Priester, Algona, and Lynla Mathson visited at the home of Margaret Quinn, Sunday. The promoters and officers of the missionary society met at the home of Mrs. Bridget Quinn Friday afternoon. Mrs. Bridget Quinn entertained her club at bridge Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Mark Dyer won high •core, Mrs. Johanna Vaske won travel and Mrs. John Bernhard, cut Mrs. Al Fuch entertained eight -guests at dinner and bridge in honor of Mrs. Hubert Hood Tuesday evening. Regina Berens won high •core, dara Nemmers cut prize and Mrs. Hood was given a remembrance. The members of the American Legion Auxiliary held a work meeting at the home of Clara Nemmers Thursday afternoon. They sewed carpet rags which were sent to the Veterans hospital at Knoxville. A lunch was served by the committee consisting of the following: Theresa Stelflug, Helen Cogley, and Mrs. John Brink. Mrs. Joseph Ootfey won the cat mice. It Pays to Advertise Algona Upper Des Moines Algona, Iowa Gentlemen i We want you to know how much Sfcelly on Company and ourselves appreciate your fine cooperation and support in the current Skelly newspaper advertising campaign. In nearly every community, Skelly outlets are coming through with fine sales increases. The advertising in your paper has done and is doing an excellent job. Certainly a share of the credit is due to your valuable help. Yours very truly, Bruce B. Brewer for Ferry-Hanly Company. Algona Upper Des Moines Algona, Iowa Dear Sirs: I am enclosing a list of the families we were able to send Thanksgiving baskets, made possible through the kindly efforts of your firm and the State Theatre. The first twenty-seven names were sent to us from the relief office, the other names to us from the school nurse's office, since I knew the financial condition of these people a year ago. I know you will treat the names of these families as strictly confidential but I think it only fair that you know whom you reached. I was assisted in the preparation of the baskets by the S. O. O. S. club of the Algona high school, Mrs. George Dettman from the relief office, Mrs. Q. W. Green, Mrs. Wm. Pestotnik and Mrs. I* W. Keith. Boys from St Cecelia's Academy delivered the baskets that reached families from their school. Walter Steven furnished his truck and delivered all but seven baskets. He finished about 10:30 that night We purchased 220 pounds of meat for our baskets with the money that was taken in at the window in addition to the canned goods. Our families join us in thanking you for all you made possible through your generous efforts. Sincerely yours, ANTOINETTE BONNSTETTER, School Nurse. SOLVING o Say It Electrically Electrical appliances bring pleasure to all who receive them. 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