The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 8, 1937 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 8, 1937
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, April 8,1337 MM. 3, P. White and Miss Ruth' Lund were Mason City visitors on 'Wednesday. O. F. Towne spent Monday and •Tuesday In Des Moines attending a furnace convention. Mrs. Chas. Pooch of Mvcrmore in •visiting this week at the home of her son, Fred and wife. Tom Healy of Fort Dodge and 'Cecil Levy of St. Paul were callers •at the Wade Sullivan home, Tuesday. Mr. and Mr*. Andrew Oodfred- son visited with the latter's daughter, Helen Reeves, at Sioux City, Tuesday. Mrs, M. J. Duffy attended the shower for Mrs. John Farrell, re•cent bride, at Whittemore, Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Leonn Falkenhalner npent the week end at Jefferson visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. R. M. Anderson. R«v. and Mm. M. C. Campbell left Tuesday for Oakaloosa to attend a Christian Workers' convention until Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Deal attended a painters' meeting put on by the National Lead Company at Fort Dodge, Friday evening. Mrs. J. F. Ltinstrom and child' ten, of Bancroft, are visiting at the home of the former's mother, Mrs Andrew Qodfredson, this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Vlgars were guests of Mr. and Mra. E. C. Olson at Pocahontas, Sunday. Mrs. VI (an and Mrs. Olson are sisters. Kdna OUmore, who Is operating A beauty shop at Mllford will spend Uie week end visiting at the home of her mother, Mrs. Irene OUmore. Mr. and Sirs. Wade Sullivan and Mra. J. W. Sullivan drove to Des Motees, Tuesday, to attend the funeral of the latter's nephew, John Sullivan. Rita Dooley, employed In the atatehouse at Des Moines, will visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mra. J. J. Dooley, during the week end. Alf Kresensky and Irma Dee Roupe spent Tuesday and Wednesday at Minneapolis on a buying trip for merchandise for the Kresensky store. Mr. and Mrs. August Haenhold will leave for Milwaukee, Sunday, and will attend a flower show to be held there. They will visit at the home of a nephew of Mr. Huenhold. Rule Orton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Orton, is ill with rheumatic fever. She has been In bed the past two weeks and will have to remain there another three or four weeks. Word has been received from the Frank Seeley family, who have been wintering in San Antonio, Texas, since December, that they expect to leave there the 18th of this month and will arrive in Algona about May 1. Mr*. George Holtzbauer and Craig Tierney visted last week at the home of the former's sister, Mrs P. W. Tobin In Nashua. Sunday George Holtzbauer and Lorraine Tierney drove to Nashua anc brought them home. Janice and Carol Vohs of We* Ben3 spent the week end at the home of their grandparents, Mr and Mrs. G. L. Vohs. Sunday, their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Vohs came after them and spent the day at the O. L. Vohs home. Ed Ostcrbauer returned to hi* home in Rockford, Illinois, Monday after visiting sicne Saturday with his father, Matt Osterbauer, and his sister, Mrs. Ann Fechner, who \a recovering from several weeks' Illness at the Kossuth hospital. Blanche Sheppard of England visited at the home of her sister- in-law, Mrs. Gilbert Sheppard, on Thursday and Friday of last week. Blanche Is traveling in the United States and will return to England in about two weeks. She is visiting friends and relatives. Six reserve officers from Algona, Letghton Misbach, Lloyd Bohannon, Bob Harington, Paul Danson, Richard Coffin and Frank Burton, attended the meeting of all reserve the Lcona Uchtor will *ppnd week end at Iowa City. Phil Kohlhaa*. state representative, will spend the week end with tils family. Horace Clap.iaddle and Merritt spent Tuesday afternoon in Spencer on business. Jerry Helgens, who has been confined to his bed after a week's illness, Is much improved. Dr. R. K. Richardson, new osteopath at Wesley, was in Algona, Wednesday, on business. L. A. Miner has been seriously III with high blood pressure. He is reported somewhat improved at this time. Frank Winkel, 80, pioneer AlgW Aia man, suffered a stroke, Tuesday evening. He is reported in serious condition. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Barry spent Sunday at Mason City visiting Mr. and Mrs. Roy Berrie, the latter being their daughter. Mrs. Glen Roland was called to Melvin, Illinois, the latter part of last week because of the serious illness of her mother. Mrs. Harold Cowan left Wednesday for Mitchell, South Dakota, and will visit a week at the home of her cousin, Mrs. Lyle Holmes. O. R. Brundage of Waterloo, shoe salesman, was a guest, Monday evening at the home of his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Brundage. Horace Clapsaddle and, Charles j Berringer drove to Des Moines on Thursday, and attended a state meeting of the Shell Petroleum Corporation. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cook and two children of Webb, Iowa, spent Sunday in Algona helping Mrs. G. C. Barton celebrate her birthday. Mrs. look and Mrs. Barton are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Dean McCory of Des Moines spent the week end at MAY LOSE EYE FROM SCRATCH Visitor At Whittemore Injured by Tiny Daughter Whittemore: Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Baas and family of Stordcn, Minn., spent from Friday until Monday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dietrich Cordes and other relatives. While enroute to Whittemore. they stopped In Wlndom, Minn. Their little daughter had scratched Mrs. Baas' eyeball and it was necessary to consult an eye specialist, who was doubtful if the eye could be saved. Move Into Hotel Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fandel and family moved into the south part of the Eiler Hotel recently. They vacated the Reinhardt Behnke residence. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Doyle who lived In the Eiler Hotel moved Into the Anthony Schmltt build- Ing, formerly the Alig Produce station. officers of Bancroft and this vicinity, Monday evening, at the CCC camp at Bancroft Dr. O. N. Dierscht of Bancroft spoke before the group on "The Army Dental Officer." . Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hodges returned Saturday from the South, where they had spent the winter. They visited their daughter, Mrs. J. A. Reid at Bartlesville, Okla homa, a few weeks, and spent the rest of the winter In San Antonio and the Mission Valley. Mrs. Hodges t»ok cold enroute home and was confined to her bed a few days. The Hodges expect to finish the work on their house just east of town before the heavy garden work begins. Dry Cleaning and a reputation of 27 years of Dry Cleaning experience means something when you want good Dry Cleaning, Altering, Repairing or Rellnlnj. r Let Us ii Elk Cleaners, Tailors & Laundry Serv. Phone 830 Algona, Iowa the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Clements. Mr. and Mrs. McCory were recently married In Algona. Mrs. P. H. HargreavM and her daughter, Maxine, returned Sunday from Charles City where they had spent the week visiting at the home of the former's daughter, Mrs. K. F. Ball. Mr. and Mrs. W. f. Becker and sons; Billy and Dickie, and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Anderson, and little son, Phil, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Haverly at Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stewart and family spent the week end at Mason City. Mr. Stewart was there on business and Mrs. Stewart and children visited at the home of her brother, Leon Beamish. Mrsj Martha Van Dorston left Wednesday for Clear Lake to be with her brother, Walter Post, for a time. She has been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Post for the past few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Charles O'Hare of Fort Dodge, and Mrs. Lonna Mc- Attend Bridal Shower Many from here and the surrounding community attended the shower given in honor of Mrs. John Farrell. formerly Miss Marcella Elbert, held at the Academy hall Sunday afternoon. Tht afternoon was spent at cards. Miss Ella Burke won high In bridge and Mrs. James Blsenius won high In five hundred A delicious lunch was served and Mrs. Farrell received many beautiful and useful gifts. At Algona Funeral Among those who attended the funeral of Mrs. Hugh McMahon of Good Hope, were Mr>, and Mrs. James Butler. Mrs. Nona Butler, Mr. and Mrs. John Farrell, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Farrell and daughter, Bernlce, Mrs. Catherine O'Brien, son, Edmund and daughter Catherine, Mrs. Will Higgins, Sr., Mrs. Clara Mueller, daughter Mary, son Eugene. Mrs. Leo Elbert, Mrs. Nell Farrell, Mrs. Tom McDonnell, Bernard Garnet, Miss Zlta McDonnell, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy McDonnell, Mrs. John Waldron, Mrs. Kate Cullen. Mrs. J. S. Cullen and Mrs. Nick Semon. Whittemore Friday to spend the week end with his parents. Edwin is attending; pharmacy college In Des Mofnc.i. Mrs. Alice R. Cairy returned from Fort Madison Monday where she went to get acquainted with her grandson. She reports that he was baptized Sunday and named Patrick, Joseph. Will Higgins, Jr., accompanied by Pat Murphy, drove to Sioux City Sunday to bring Mrs. Don Sylvester and son. Don. to spend the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Higgins. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Schwend- ernian and Elma Potratz from Fort Dodge and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Maahs were Sunday dinner guests at the parental home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Potratz. Miss Alice Duffy of Mason City and Francis Duffy and Rosella Voigt of Algona spent the week end with their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Duffy and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt. Miss Anna Oilllngham of Fenton purchased the stock of the E. Ehrhardt grocery store on west Main street. The Ehrhardts moved to Humboldt last week where he is manager of a feed store. Mrs. Tim O'Brien and daughters. Joyce and Ann, came last week Monday to spend the week at the home of Mrs. Catherine O'Brien. Tim O'Brien, state highway patrolman, came over from Spencer to get his family and they returned home Sunday. • 'n "-I irHrlrlg ' .?» Two New Features 21 c Wed. Thru Sat. April 7-10 "A DOCTOR'S DIARY" CCO. MNCMFT HELEN BURCESS JOHN TRENT Second Feature Tex Bitter in "ARIZONA DAYS" FREE BOB BURNS BAZOOKAS to all who join Dick Keen's Bazooka Band at S»t. Matinee. For Prize Contest Soon. Double Coins Pali) Bazooka Matinee. Buy one ticket, bring a pal. Sun.-Mon.-Tues. April 11-13 Horse & Mule Auction SATURDAY, APR. 10 Fair Grounds, Algona, 1 p. m. We are expecting a nice run of horiMW for thin male. Farmer* who have put oJf buying will now nt«a to get busy when the fluid* dry up u* farming will start and u*e more power. It don't loojk now like an early start, Bring in your hone* and receive their ca*h value. A good place to buy aud *eU. Hitch and try hor*uH before *etUeineut U anked. Bring ill toe good one* a* they are in be*t demand. Koine* & Torgersou, local harne** dealer* will be there and •ell at Auction Boyt & Mukter Make Huruu**, Halter*, Bridle*, Line*, etc., all new goods>. Our Tue*day *ale of Cattle and Hog* 1* going very well. Bring your *t«ck iu and you will be more than pleased with toe returns. Hate Every Tue*d»y. Bring (took ewly—*old according to the time they arrive. H. M. Colwell, Mgr. Iowa State Bk., Olork Colwell Bros., Aucts. home. Mrs. Lonna McDougall will remain until this evening (Thursday). Richard Post drove the Crets- meyer car to Nevada last week on - - CreU- ^. _ _ WP" r-'w*^*t<~ wft'IpBl music contest -Jane"received an excellent rating for her piano play- Ins. Word has been received that Mr. and Mra. F. B. Seeley who have been wintering In San Antonio, Texas, will return to their home In Algona May 1st. Mr. and Mrs. Seeley have been gone since December. Mr*. J. T. Bohannon and Mra. Herman Carlson of Wesley drove to Armstrong Tuesday to visit their Ing contest, grand-niece and daughter, Mra. Henry Wubben. Before her recent marriage, Mrs. Wubben was Edna Carlson. Margaret Nelson and Dorothy and Frances McEnroe returned to Cherokee, Monday, where they are attending St. Mary's college. The girls had been spending their spring vacation at the home of their parents. Mr. and Mra. Albert Ogren arrived home Monday from San Antonio, where they spent the winter. The Ogrens have spent the past five or six winters In San Antonio, and have made a large circle of friends, making It seem almost like home to them in some respects. Mr*. Helen Dickinson returned to her home Wednesday morning after a seven weeks' absence. She spent five weeks In Washington, D. C., helping during the Illness of Ex-Senator L. J. Dickinson, and two weeks at the home of her daughter, Mrs. R. K. Whitney at Fon-du-Lac, Wisconsin. Mr*. Max Baa*, Mra. D. i. BUM, Mrs. Harvey Coleman, Mrs. August Huenhold and Mrs. Alwin Huenhold motored to l^akota Wednesday afternoon, to celebrate Mrs. Willlam Aaldeks' birthday. Mrs. Aalderks Is the mother of Mrs. Alwin Huenhold and has spent most of the winter with her daughter. Mr*. Henry I.uvreiiz and daughters entertained Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Bruner ut a dinner Tuesday evening, in,.honor of Mrs. Emily Heine Mrs. Ht-ise, who is Mrs. I-uvrenz's mother, him been visiting Mrs. Lavrenz for the past six weeks, un< expects to leave for her home at Euston, Minnesota, in a short time Mr. and .Mr*. C. W. Bvrgttcld and daughter, Mrs. Evart Eyres anc little son, Phil drove to George Sunday und were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs Howarc KlenJiberg. the latter being the sis ter of Mrs. Berg He Id. tvurt Eyres of LeMars met his wife there, anc she returned to LeMars with him Mrs. Eyres had been visiting her parents during the past week. Mr. and Mr*. Kriut Thiel and Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Clapsaddl drove to Boone Sunday where they were dinner guests of Mr. und Mrs. M. T. FairchUd. Other dinner guests ut the Fuirchild home were Mr. and Mrs. Martin Carlson and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Hedblon of Uoone. Mrs. Clapgaddle, Mrs. Fairchild, Mrs. Carlson and Mrs. Hed- blon are sister*. In the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Thiel and Mr. and Mra. ClupsaddJe attended the 8th district convention of the V. F. W. at Boone. Paul Urlch spent Sunday with his mother in Duncan and brothers In Garner. John Sherman of Bancroft was a Sunday dinner guest at the Alice R. Calry home. Csrl Voigt, Sr., \a reported on the sick list for the past week and Is not much Improved. Arthur Kelly and Thomas Farrell and Melvin Elbert were visiting with friends In Ruthven, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Elbert of Algona were Sunday visitors at the! home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fan-1 del. Mr. and Mra. W. P. tVtlraers vts-1 Longs Food Shop Friday-Saturday LITTLE PIG LIVER Ib. 15c POTATOES Peck52c SPINACH Ige. No. 2 can lOc SALMON Tall 1 Ib. can lie CHEESE Full Cream Longhorn Lb. 20c BACON ENDS Sliced 5 Ib. box 99c We Pay For Eggs 19c-22c-23c Mrs. Jam«* Crawford WM called to Minneapolis Friday by the serious illne** of her «UWr, Mra. Alice Miller. Mrs. W. F. Dau entertained at a one o'clock dinner Sunday In honor of her daughter Luanna's confirmation. Mies Ann Mae Butler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Butler, placed third in the written spell- Mrs. John Spilles returned from Rochester, Minn., last week Wednesday. Mrs. Spilles went through the Mayo clinic. Mr. and Mrs. Harold McDonnell were Emmetsburg visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Higley, Jr., recently. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Swanson entertained the Young Married folk*' Methodist Sunday school class last Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Higley, Jr., of Emmetsburg were visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Mergen Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Duffy and family of Algona spent Sunday with Mr. Duffy's parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Murtagh entertained at a bouse warning at their new horn*, Saturday night. Out of town guest* were Lelf Er- lck»on and Josephine Murtagh of Des Moines. Mrs. Martin Duffy, Sr. Mrs. Frank Behnke and daugh- :er of Webster City spent several lays last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Balgemun. Mary Jane and Robert Redding, son and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Redding, spent the week end with the John Reddings ut St. Joe. VViUard Fandel of Algona, who is in the employ of the Pratt Electric Co., spent Sunday witli Ills parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kalj/h Kandel. Mrs. Tim Koley and daughters, Martha und Jietty. from thu ututu of Oregon arrived here Wednesday and are visiting ut the home ol Mra. Mary Folcy. Beatrice Knecht, who has been employed for nearly two years in the St. Thomas home, in LaCrosse VVis., came home Saturday to spenc tlie summer here. Anna Mau Butler, daughter o Mr. und Mrs. Jurnutt Butler took part in the Kossuth county spell ing contest held in thu court house ut Algona, Monday. Miss Mary Elizabeth K. N. who has been visiting with her mother Mra. Ctcelia Elbert last week, re turned to Fort Dodge Sunday to her duties of nursing. Henry Felclur returned from Rochester, Wednesday, und reports that Mrs. fr'elder is getting ulon), nicely following her operation. Bh iu expected home coon. William Heller and Julian Iiigv- bretson, both employed with the Wright County Reporter at Dows, spent Sunday with thu former's family aud relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Curmody of Emmetsburg and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wuldschmidt of Wesley attended the carnival held ut the Academy hall last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Marcellus Chulus and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Cavanaugh of Fort Dodge, were Sunday evening visitor* at thu home of Dr. and Mrs. J. W. McCreery. Edwin MaUory, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Mallory arrived in Ready To Go! We Can Help You Finance That New Home You Want to Build Call 109 For Free Planning Service Consultation Without Obligation See us for all building modernization or repairs Geo. L. 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