The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 25, 1937 · Page 5
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Algona tfpjie? Des Molnes, Algona, Iowa, Feb. 5s, 1937 •MM. 8. W. Meyer and son, Wayne «$«»* Tuesday afternoon at the T. H. Peldo hohie in Emmetsbuif. .Mw. Fred Kent left Sunday lot -Udlanola on a business trip ahd to • her mother there for a few ' win «a*«s at the home of Mrs. Frank Bandy at Oood, bookkeeper lor the firm of Lalflg & Muckey, has been tlj 'at her H6me and unable to work tfils week. OUver Reffey «nM Harry GodUfen were In Des JHoinea Sunday and Monday, attending a state Legion convention. Floyd Pierce, proprietor of the Pierce Cafe, has been confined to Ills home since Tuesday with an attack of flu. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert O'Brien of St. Joe vicinity will entertain at a dinner party Friday evening honor- Ing Evelyn Van Allen. « ' Omer Kelly spent the Week end with hla parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Kelly. Omer Is a student at the Crelghton University in Omaha. Mm. Hallle Shall of Des Maine* will be the new chef at Hotel Algona. She comes highly recommended and will succeed Mrs. Agnes Tibbets. Lucille Crose who has spent the past few years in California was In - Algona Sunday to take charge of the selling of her mother's, Mrs. .Blanche Crose, property. . "Marvin Waller of 8t Paul spent the week end with his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Waller. Marvin is employed In the Adjutant General's office of Minnesota. ' W. C. Dewel and O. P. McDonald ^j*r* to return Wednesday from a ••Mnthern vacation. They have been •gone about 8 weeks, spending most •at their time In San Antonio, Texan. AlgonUm attending the Academy basketball tournament games at Fort Dodge Tuesday were 'Charles Holtzbauer, Mr. and Mrs. £. J. Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. William 'Barry and Mr. and Mrs. John Kohl- liaas. Wayne Moore and Mrs. Francis tionergan of Council Bluffs spent Tuesday at Oarner with Mr. and Mrs. George L. Free. Wayne, Mrs. Lonergan and George were alt employed at the James drug store recently. Dr. c. C. Shterk tpoke to the P T. A. Friday at the Bryant school. • Fred Kent left Tnesday afternoon Wr a business trip to Ames and Des Koines. Janet ZerfoM of De» Molne* *pent the week «nd with hw fath er, P. p. Zerfass. A. H. Stock went to Sims City Sunday to spend a few d"«y» at the home of his son, Kenneth. Stewart McFadden drove to Rotte Monday evening and took part bt the crlbbage tournament held there". Bernard Wilson of Lake Mills was a visitor at the home of his mother, Mrs. S. D. Wilson on Tuesday. Mrs. Dnane Dewel Is the substitute teacher for Carrie Durant's classes at school during the illness of the latter. Herbert French of La Verne spent the week end as a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Mathes. Herbert and Mrs. Mathes are brother and sister. Theodora Larson, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Larson, will leave Sunday night for Chicago, where she will begin a three year training course In St. Luke's hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Bland win move to Davenport today (Thursday). Mr. Bland is employed by the Coryell Oil Company, and they have been living In Algona since the first of January. Mrs. Grace Fogs and daughter, Ardis, of Lemmon, South Dakota, returned to their home Tuesday after spending the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt and family. Mrs. George Free and children spent the week end in Algona visiting friends and relatives. The Frees are now residents of Garner and Mr. Free Is proprietor of the Rexall drug store of that city. Gall Potter and Bud Zender drove to Fort Dodge Friday evening to meet Mrs. Francis Lonergan of Council Bluffs, who will visit several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Potter of Cresco township. Mrs. Lonergan was the form' er Inez Potter, and is a sister of Gall. Mrs. Maude. Lathrop spent the week end In Algona looking after business interests. Dwlght Parsons .took her back to Humboldt, Sunday afternoon, where she is staying at the home of her sister, Mrs. Julius Johnson, helping with the care of her cousin, Mrs. Blanche Crose, who is critically 111. "Quality—Satisfaction, all are yours when you shop at Long's Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Stokley Canned Vegetables Long's Food Shop IS THE TIME TO PLAN YOUR NEW HOME! NOW Jen Cooney of Blue Earth was a a week end guest of Elizabeth Holtzbauer. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Van Allen and Evelyn Van Allen drove to Fort Dodge Wednesday and were guests at the James Allen residence. Mr. and Mrs. Tneo. Chrlachtne* and sons, Julian and Jack attended the concert of the St. Louis symphony orchestra at Des Molnes Sunday. Ermt Thlel drove to Waterloo, Tuesday evening and brought Mrs. Thlel home, Wednesday morning. She had been caring for a sister wfea has been 111. Mr. and Mrs. Verne Pratt of Went Urtfon were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt. The Mr. Pratts are brothers and the Mrs. Pratts are sisters. J. C. Stewart left Tuesday morning for Des Molnes to attend a three day sales meeting of the National Refining Company for whom he Is employed as salesman. Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas, Mrs. Karl Hoffman and Mrs. Jos. Ke)Iy will attend the basketball tournament in which St. Cecelia academy plays at Fort Dodge Thursday (today). O. C. Yeoman, A. E. Beekwith and Meryl Yoeman left for Kansas City Monday morning. The former will consult a physician, and the latter will take up their kvork selling ladles ready to wear. Lawrence Mlsbach and H. B. Rosewall of Blue Earth spent Monday and Tuesday in Des Molnes on a buying trip,/the former for Misbach's store, -find the latter for his clothing store at Blue Earth. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller and Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Miller left last week Wednesday for a few weeks' trip through California, They stopped at Grlnnell for a visit with Mrs. Miller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Grosenbach. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson of Tl- tonka were Sunday visitors at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Wilson, and the former's sister, Mrs. Vaughn Rising. Mrs. Wilson is much improved after a four weeks' siege of the flu. Mrs. Alex Miller plans to leave the first of the week with the A. M. Gustafson family of Good Hope for Ogden where the latter will locate on a farm. Mrs. Miller will help them get settled In their new home. Mrs. Gustafson la a sister of Mrs. Miller's husband. Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Thompson, and Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson and little daughter, Mary of Es- thervllle were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Miller. Mrs. Miller's mother, Mrs. L. G. Thompson and niece, Mary, remained for a short visit until Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Smith of Mason City came over last week for a visit lit the home of Mrs. Smith's mother,, Mrs. S. J. Backus. Mrs. Smith WflW Eleanor Backus before her marriage. Mr. Smith Is employed In the tiftlctf* of the State Highway Commissfdtt and was on vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Joe BYOMN and Dtekie^ard expected tO ; returtl Monday from the Twin Cities. Mr. Bloom has b**n on a buying tftp for the-CoMt.to Coast store, and attended the Coast to Coast (tore convention. Don Skllllng and Lula Kohl have been managing the store during Jtis absence. Irene Drager recently purchased the Marguerite Hansen Beauty Shop over Barry's. Miss Drager, who Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Drager of Algona, is a graduate of the Iowa School of Beauty Culture In Den Motnes. Her shop Is being newly decorated and she Is adding new equipment. a Wk Nlcoulln, Elizabeth Nogent, Marlon Corey, Alice Payne and Ruth McKee will drive to Ma- joH City Saturday night. Alice will «pend the week end with her sis- Eleanor, and Ruth will spend the week end with her parents, Mr. *nd Mrs. G. C. McKee. The others' will return Saturday night D. Wa«fo Br CoOliw, «upervtaBr of music in the Algona public schools, will be an off-campus speaker at a conference o« the teaching of vocal and Instrumental music in element- ry and secondary schools at Cedar Falls, to be attended by approximately 200 Iowa music teachers on Saturday, March 13. at the Iowa State Teachers' College. Mr., Charle. A. DuCharme H of Grosse Point Farms, Michigan, Wednesday morning for a Coming to the Call Theatre Wed.-Thurs., March 3-4 Madeline Carroll, Tyrone Power, Jr., Freddie Bartholomew in Lloyds of London." FUNERAL RITES SATURDAY FOR MARGARET ERPELDING AT ST. JOE St. Joe: Funeral services were held at 9 o'clock Saturday morning in St. Joseph's church for Margaret Erpelding, who died in St. Mary's hospital at ttochester. M'nu., Wednesday, Fob. 17, following a major operation at the age of 33 years. The Rev. 'George Thcabold officiated at a requiem high mass and Interment took place In the family lot in St. Joseph's Catholic cemetery. Miss Erpelding became sick on Christmas day and was taken to Rochester a few days later where she successfully underwent a first operation. Recovering from this, she returned home for a few weeks, going back to Rochester for the second operation a week before she died. Margaret was born July 2, 1903, on the home farm, the only daugh- ter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Erpelding. She attended St. Joseph's parochial school and has spent her entire life here. The surviving relatives are three brothers, Paul and Andrew at home and John, who lives near St. Joe. She was preceded In death by her mother In November, 1913, her father, July, 1934, and one brother, Lawrence In July, 1924. Margaret will be greatly missed by her many friends and neighbors. She was a kind and lovfng person, always willing to leave her work and assist others In their Iionr of need. Pall bearers assisting were six cousins, Harold Reding, Joe Rerffag, Frank Bormann, George Korrromn, Peter Altmann and Adam Lavrtrenv thai. came Or It May Be Remodeling* Let our Architect serve you Our Mr. Hanson, who is our architect, la a graduate of the University of Minnesota. He is very qualified to draw your plans and specifications and to superintend your building. Call at our office anytime and talk over your building problems with him. He will be glad to help you and there will be no obligation on your part. Let us quote prices to you on your building complete. Botsf ord Lumber Company PHONE 256 JIM POOL, Mgr. visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C Rice. Mrs. Rice has been ill 'ice the first of the year. Enroute Algona Mrs. DuCharme was de- 1 -d twenty-four hours at Mar•e when the train In which she I*** raveling became snowbound * v Lo<» and Carl Pearson had \ge session a few days ago. a cribfc sey nad i e {t, Mrs. Pearson After CJa j a n the twos and threes discoVi** ,, k in the kitchen. She in thp tt» e they came from; that's asked wh«\ -anted to know, too, so •isey. Casey said he . ou used the twos and taken them out be what he usked' C. didn't know y threes and'Ma* fore the game* Mr*. Charlee Ca, f' J. Aman ojf BeuVar Dam, WU»fr night to attend th»\ ence Karl, 28, who ^ automobile accident Clarence Karl was tn Mrs. Giibrlile and Mr; were to return the this week. Clarence had Algona at various times. , Algona high debaters to* >lace, Saturday, at the Norti Iowa, debute meet at Spencer, nine schools competing." Dodge took first, ajid Sioux «, Central second. The Algont} affiV f alive team was composed of gai bura Haggard and Irma Lee Heal, and Richard Keen and Ruby Turo.ee were on the negative team. Thai teams won four out of six contests, [Y The first and second place winner* I K advance into the state tournament. I— TEN TEARS AGO The high school debate teams came through with flying colors at the triangular debate with Emmetsburg and Humboldt. They won first place here and at Emmetsburg, by a unanimous decision of the Judge*. Our affirmative team composed' of Clela Cooper, Robert Harrington, and Mary Kain had, remained at hone and debated with the negative team «f Humboldt and our fugvtfwr two* van- posed of Charles 'Mam, Sfegene Hutchina and Elizabeth Webster bod gone to Xanmlrtarg. The qwetion was "Resolved': That Con- grats should enact legislation embodying the principles of the Haog- en farm relief bill." i • • » Mr. and Mrs* Gottlieb- Gronb*ch were to move to Algona March-. 1. They were prominent Sherman township people, and were' to make their home In the Ramsey house on North Jone* street. The F«rt Dodge Kfwants clufr had held Its annual birthday, and members fo other clubs were in attendance. The Algona club was. represented by D. H. Goeders, C. E"Chubb, Klngsley Doe, Dr. C, H.. Cretimeyer and C. K. LaBarre. • * * County Superintendent Shirley held the regular January teachers examinations and reported them as exceedingly difficult. Twentyone: were in attendance and wrote the examination*. • * » "Betty Leo," th* home talent m«*aical comedy iponsored by the American Legion boys was shown here three times before audiences which completely filled the Opera House. The characters were alt well-suited to their parts and full of pep and were as follows: George loltzbauer, Mrs. Alf Kresensky. W. J. O'Brien, Florence Hcilesen, Zella Todd. Dr. A. D. Adams, Walter Lorenz, Maude Wenck, Ernestine Chubb, Jos Harlg, Alf Kresensky, Esther Free and H. J. Lacy. » * • The Algona camp ot th« Modern Woodmen of American had won a distinction and honor in winning the state banner of lown for having initiated the most members during 1926 of any camp in the state. the regular eoDege commercial course. He bad been. pledged? to the Sigma Pb* Delta fraternity: * * • Them ChrlscUBra, Deonls Orders and 1 Ed' Rtet went to Chicago; Mr. ChrliachlUea and Mr. Goeders went to 1 buy spring goods for their stores, and Mr. RTst was spending-, a short vacation with' his daughter, Eugenia, who taf a week* vacs>- tlon from EfromCH* school' Between Helen Murthuft State Onlversltir of Hw- the Iowa; wttere she expected to.- fiklsta: her oomraB' June and receive her degree. MIsa MurtBgh by extra work had been six month's . In 1 a tflntncc of Her otM*, and coold have' flnfehed the eoune at the previous term, but prettmd to remain, out of school and! flniih with bee class mates in Jurat Mn. B. A. Ctetfc hut' bem feting with an. iixfected fin gar and hod been unabttr to fill her cuntocn cry poet at th».-grocery Father Died Fete 10 Fenton: Mrab. Gerhard'H&nt*£a«.an mourns the death of her fflt&en. A. Westfall of Gractlinger,. whu> 'diet Feb. 10th. 12 New Families, 39 Renewal* To U-D-M In Week The following new subscribers, 12 in all, and 39 renewals to The Algona Upper Des Mofncs were Te- ceived during; the week of Febrt- ary 15-20, as listed below: New Subscriber* Philip Arndorfer, Rt. 1. Algona. Ray Elbert, Whlttemore. Richard Anderson, Ledyard. Charles Stufflick, LoVerne. Menno Rislus, Buffalo Center. Henry Johannsen, Sr., Algona. Mrs. W. H. Wolto, LuVerne. Mrs. Edith Smith, LuVeme. Jesse LJndebak, LuVerne. Dr. T. L. Williams. LuVerne. E, J. Eaaon, LuVerne. Mrs. Herman Haack, Lone 1 Roxk. Renewals Gew. Wlchtendahl, West Bend 1 , J. F. Behlmer, Algona. L. W. Hauptmnnn, Wesley. Mons Mortson, Buffalo Center. John A. Sleper, Buffalo Center. Albert Potrntz. Whittemore. Emil SchmelinB, Whlttemore. Matt Klrsch, Bode. Geo. WUdVn, Algona, Rt. 1. Rev. G. C. Vance, Algona. C. E. Stgsbw, Btrrt Geo. Arntibrfer, Algona. Rt. 1. Edw. YoungwirtFr, Whlttemore. Clarence Reibhoff, Burt. E. Ostrunr, Whlllwnwre. Myron Boos, West Bend. C. H. Lichty, LuVerne. Ezra Blanchard, Irvltvgton. O. L. Miller, IrvlngtbW. Mrs. Anna Phillips; Aigona. Myrtle Turnbaugti, Algona. A. A. Bishop, Algornt. Maurice L. Graham, Tltonka. 8. Powers, Lnkota. Mrs. Anna Soderberg, Bancroft, Dr. L. G. Baker, Algona: Lillian Cook, West Sendi Geo. Kanouff, Algona: B. H. Marlow, Biirt. Arthur J. Illg, Bode. W. M. Llesener, Whlttefmjre. Tom Reid, Algona, Rt. Z.' F. C. Hanson, Tltonka. Frank Bormann, Bode; Jofm Long, Jr., Burt: Tfteo. Herbst. Algona. Peter Elbert, Whlttemore/ Ida M. Anderson, Burt' Rodbtph Hanover, Whlttettiore. M. C. Worster, Algona, Rt: 1. Mrs. Sam Wlnchell has suffered :hc past few days with an ulcerated tootlV. 16 At February Club Meet, Fenton Fenton: The February meeting of the Fenton Woman's Club was held recently at the home of Mrs. H. C. Llndsey, with Mrs. W. J. Wetsbrod, assisting hostess. Sixteen members were present and responded to roll call by naming their favorite picture. Mrs. F. P. Newel ted an Interesting discussion on "Interior Decorating." Mrs. Elmer Wefsbrod prepared a <»aper on "Art in the Home", which was read by Mrs. J. A. Schwartz. The club voted to sponsor a poem and essay contest In the high school. The winners are to take part In the state contest. The club donated ts to the Louisville flood relief fund. &&8&®&®&®®® ! %R^^ Phone 185 Announcement • I have purchased the Marguerite Hansen Beauty Shop. Machine)***, OH and DnArt Permanent* Graduate Iowa School of Beauty Culture Irene Drager Over Barry's YVWWVtfV* Equipped with the Sensational Western Electric Call Theatre Sound System. THI THREE MISQUITKRS1 Sunday and Four Days A musical western The Laugh Hit of Tears (Reissued) _ . Macs. Brothers ***** Autre 7 la In "Hone Feather." "The Big Show" Fenton Pavilion The Algona Auction Co. We are equipped to handle ten carloads of livestock In our sale*. We will handle anything you have to sell at our pavilion In Algona. j Saturday, Feb. 27 BAUD STARTS AX I O'CLOCK We will have* large oonahrnment «C *• M •ale, Inetadfaut mlPt cow» and mix tot* flf Bring In Bring in vnoolnatioii certificate* We expect fax-haw tfca usual, run, of OWMSV your hone* M we have all kind* ot bitf«nh We deal In new and-used machinery. AluVChahnera Tractor* and the Mao*ey-Uarrls line of machinery. Onw International feed grinder, 10 In, bom Also house on wheels, 10x16. We will trade for anything yon have. See us before you dteai. Also the Paul Nlckle & Son Harness at my sale pavilion. I have the good line of Paul Nlckle & Son harnew In stock at •ale pavilion. r ^that _we Have a. buyer for anytttinr yen have to Tills sole must start eah£. Also the usual line of furniture. Sale' Auctioneer TERMS—Cash. No property removed until Open Every Day. Sale barn phone 77 WE HAVE A LUNCH ROOM C. O. RIDDLEoperatorand Ibride and brothe Sexton, went t onsin, Thursday funeral of Claras killed in an Thursday. ^ nephew of \rnan. They ?r part of visited in : third \ west will] Fort n- Casey Loss, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Loss, who was attending Coe College at Cedar Rapids, was fas gaining recognition as an athlete He played forward on the Coe bas ketball team. Casey had entered the college at the beginning of th second semester, and was taking 4% FARM LOANS $65 on $100 valuation. One-half percent service charges Fifty years experience with largest invetttmeut houue went of New York and not a loss to a cus- toiuer. KoMuUi county only. Write A. J. Berens Bancroft - 8tf PRESENT LOCATION Look for Us at OUR NEW LOCATION- - Corner Dodge and State street in THE GOEDERS BUILDING, Complete new stocks of ladies and childrens shoes, hosiery, lingerie, dresses, suits, coats, hats, gloves, bags, sweaters, skirts and many other new items, A larger and better stock of mer^ chandise especially selected for the people of Algona's trade territory and sold at the lowest possible prices, KRESENSKY'S 193 7 PATTERN S K. D. JAMES. DRUGS

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