The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 28, 1937 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Jan. 28,1937 J.F.OVERMYERS WCAUFORWA Algona Folks Spending Winter at Pasadena Find Weather Chilly Pasadena, Calif., Jan. 20, 1937.— Friend Bill: I guess in a way we came at the wrong time as they «ay this is the coldest winter they have had in fifteen years; we are having freezing weather at night just now, last night from 25 to 28, ao tilings get nipped and these poor people with the citrus orchards have the time of their life trying to save their crops, ni enclose a clipping which will give you some idea of what they are up against It takes just as many coven to keep warm at nights as it does at home to keep warm. When the sun comes out during the day it warms up. Sunday, we took a long drive up or down, I don't know which, along the ocean, through Hollywood, through the University grounds, and on to Santa Monica, back through Long Beach home, a very nice -drive. Then we went with the R, H. Millers yesterday through ' Long Beach; saw Mr. Pangburn and one of tiie girls. Mrs. Pangburn was quite nick with heart trouble, BO we didnt get to see her. We tried to find Wolcott, but failed in locating him. From there we went to San Pedro where we saw the docks and boats tied up; one man said there were 93. Everything seemed to be quiet and orderly, but they are anxious to have the strike set- tied. They are having S3 days of horse racing here; we have been wanting to go out had planned to go today, but we felt it would be rather cold to sit there all afternoon, so put it off till another day. There is the place the sports spend their money, as I see by the papers the betting tvns as high as 9600,000 in one day. We keep on the go most of the time, but .have not made any long trips yet, which we expect to make later when it warms up. I am enclosing a check for the papers. We missed the paper last week. With best wishes to all, X am, yours truly, J. F. Overmyer. SENECA NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Christiansen and daughter of fltngsted spent Sunday at the R. J. Campbell home. Mr. and Mrs. Tom St. John, A". T. Paulsen and daughter, Ruby, were -business callers in Algona Friday. >• Mr. and Mrs. G. Kracht entertained a few friends and neighbors at a card party at their home Saturday evening. Mavis and Emory Preston, children of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Preston, entertained a number of their firends at a party at their home. Sunday. The occasion was the children's birthdays. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bollig were Fort Dodge callers Saturday. lone Bollig, who is taking a beauty culture course there, returned home with them and attended the Metzger-Bollig wedding Monday. West Bend News Pepsi-Cola Has More Friends Than Santa Claus Smoking and Drinking? Watch Your Stomach For quick relief from Indigestion and upset stomach due to excessive emoktng and drinking try Dr. Emit'* Adla Tablets. Sold on money back guarantee.-*;. W. Lusby Nephew Succumbs Mrs. T. A. Clark and her brother, Mrs. Chas. Thatcher and his daughter, Mrs. Walton Falb, drove to Ruthvcn Thursday upon receipt of word of the death of the former's nephew, Harry Thatcher, Jr., of Iowa City. Entertains Oob Mrs. A. R. McMullan entertained the Delta Alphas Thursday evening. A seven o'clock dinner was served at the Franklin Hotel and entertainment for the remain- Ser of the evening was at the McMullan home. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Johnson are at present visiting his aged mother at the home of his sister at Paton, Iowa. Mrs. Wm. Riley was pleasantly surprised Friday afternoon when about twenty friends came to remind her of her 72nd. birthday. John Marcellus returned from Humboldt. Friday, where he has been helping care for his father, who has been ill. He reported his father, who is 85 years old, as some better. Mrs. E. J. Waller of Charles City is spending some time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Jacobs. Mrs. Jacobs is able to be about the house part of the time after being confined for some time with arthritis. Mrs. Kevins Cuplin took Mrs. Mae Kelly to Livermore Tuesday, where she took the train to see her son, Frank Heath, who has been ill for some time. He has been in the Veterans' hospital and expected to have an operation some time soon. A New Court House Swea City Herald: Algona Upper Des Moines again suggests a new court house for Kossuth county, pointing out a substantial part of the cost might be obtained through a government grant. We do not know how the remain- Ing 25,000 Inhabitants of the county feel about it, but generally speaking we are opposed to taking government money for local improvements. At the risk of being dubbed queer, we have become squeamish about joining these "gimme" fellows who have made such onslaughts on the federal treasury the last four years. If' our government at Washington is to endure we must quit making these raids on the treasury. Be that as it is, the Upper Des Moines' hint that the time is close at hand when serious consideration must be given to a new court house is well taken. The old building has reached a state where it should be replaced with a new one. In previous year jealousies of the communities outside Algona have stood in the way of the improvement. Moreover, the old county division fight is still fresh In the minds of us older inhabitants. But as time goes on these causes lost their force. The Upper Des Moines places the cost of the new structure at $250,000. Kossuth county is large enough and rich enough to stand the improvement At the main entrance place a bronze plate with this inscription: "The people of Kossuth county built this structure with their own money. They did not ask for a grab from the government/' It would then be unique throughout .he length and breadth of the land. It would be a monument to a sober, industrious and honest people. Fenton To Regulate Peddlers in Town Fenton: The community club of Fenton met in the Legion rooms Tuesday evening of last week. The same banking committee of the community club who were in charge in 1936 were elected to take charge for 1937. The committee includes Prank Eigler, W. E. Stoeber, E. C. Fauerby, J. A. Mueller and J. A. G. Smith. The president, Dr. B. K. EJahnson, selected Wilfred Stoeber, Clarence Thesefield and Walter Ohm to act as membership and reception committee. A motion was made and seconded to require peddlers to have permission from the president of the community club before they can sell in Fenton. The membership is now up to 30 members, the following signing up recently, Harold Geronstn, William Stamer, Ben Lawson and J. A. Schwartz. HOLLAl Potted Bulbs READY TO BLOOM Beautify your home! Hyacnlths Daffodils Tulips Narcissus IO BEN FRANKUN UNION NEWS Cecil BJustrom home Sunday to see the BJustrom's son, Charles, who has been 'ill with pneumonia. Wifiis .and Willard, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Noble Mitchell, entertained tiieir Sunday School class at the home of their parents last Thursday night Alfred, son or Mr. and Mrs. Albert Walker, who has been ill for some time, was taken worse last week end and is now under the care of a trained nurse. Mr. and l&re. Arthur Alexander •pent last week end with UM Ixmls bowman's Jr. Mr*. Lawman has been taking treatments from Dr. Scanlan for a throat ailment sine* she had the flu a couple of wsejcg ago. The Union No. 7 P. T. A. net last Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gross. On account of sickness in some of the families only four families and the teacher were present The evening was spent at cards. Lunch was served by the hostess. Mike Stoffel has been absent from school with the flu. Jimmy Harvey returned to school Monday following a siege of the chicken pox. Eldon Stoffel returned home from Rochester, Sunday afternoon and is recuperating at home. Mrs. Ben Gould has been ill in bed the past few days. She was up and around but suffered a relapse. Ida Stoffel is now office girl for Dr. J. N. Kenefick, taking the place of Anne McNeil. She is the third oldest daughter of Emll Stoffel. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hulburt of Lone Rock visited over Saturday night at the Wesley Householder home. The Householders were guests on Sunday of the Hulburts. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bailey left early Tuesday morning for Clayton, New Mexico, for a visit with their daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Wight and family. Another daughter, Mrs. C. N. Aalfs and son, Gary of Algona, accompanied them. Four Corner Nevre Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Broesder were ca!Iers*at the Edward Rich home Friday night The Otto Harlans and the Quinten Bjustroms were Sunday dinner guests of the Arie Dittmers. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Broesder and the George Broesders spent last Friday at the Lewis Broesder home. 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