The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 21, 1930 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, May 21, 1930
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f o"n S 111 *,-?! L? ubllc daftce at the* I. O, O. P. hall Thursdav. Mav 29. •uiar mayor, was over on busings Fru aay. dw!fc« M ^ I( ««, th6 A ti " enton hardware Sday™ 8 lh A>gona on buslneffl «i£! 63 L Raai t- the Lone Rock stock Holiday a ^ VlSlt ° r to Al8ona G. A. Brunson, prohibition director it!? ^lEt ffom Des M ol nes on business IcUSu \VGGKi Mr. Roderick, the Lone Rock auto ter« C fl fi^ kll i KJftfter bu slness matters in Algona today. *f tti k ?? haln j !l< ls Ending the week at Lafayette and West Baden, -looking after insurance ' ,— 8i °« 01> e e *3vldge drove yesterday. Mrs. El- ith her Paints, Mr. Hematt and the doctor The Upper Des Moines-ttepubHcan. May 21,1930 manager is to arrive some- Mr. Kuchynka has H,* *rr— m «nage'r of the store the past two or three years. 'and D. T. Nugent were at fishing Sunday. Thev"' potted tfant they didn't even get a dentists will close Beck of iwzeman, li.—" «««j «im n> oepiemoer nrst. so her niece, Mrs. have your aching teeth attended to be- f ore noon on those days. George Hackman and daughter, Mrs. „. ^YCUHUIC. i Leota Geigel left Sundav for Lincoln £ e £ esAe ?tetlve J. H. Jensen of Seneca Nebraska, taking Mrs. Sarah Van Do?-' as m Algona todav and stated that e ?W Mrs ' Sackma n's aunt, who has been was sen a second term. — George Elbert, Mr. Leo Walters, Mr. and Mrs • nnd Ralph Elbert drove to „ . Tuesday night to attend party at the Leo Elbert home. Will'john assistedln the Book & Gift Shop. Miss Gertrude Norman went to Oma. I ha Sunday' to" visT"her"sisten Her ^f J^? 1187 tftuth Renoud «* Pella, ? rother ' »• J- Norman, took her M « »J, at « he AIf?ona hl & h 8ch oo '•' as J"* Dodge. Gfertrude taught . E *-county Supervisor Kobus Tjaden or Tltonka was a business visitor in Algona Friday. Attorney L. A. Winkel went to loWa City Saturday on business. He returned Wednesday. Walter Lockwood has moved to Al gona from Hardy and Is employed a the Runchey store. Cecil Levy of Emmetsburg was » caller in Algona Thursday. Mr. Levy is a cousin of Joe Bloom. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jenkins left on Saturday for Fort Dodge for a week's visit with relatives In that city. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. O'Buon nnd family spent the week end in Emmitsburg visiting with Mrs. O'Erlm' parents. Dr. and Mrs. F. R. E. Debe of Waterloo were guests Sunday at the Ben TTtrMrln U««_« * »^_ *-*,_»__ . , —**•••• Mr. Debe Is a cousin of — for the . cords and Editor and aad », « oo M/ ss !l eno " d *'« teach home ln the «teh school scho01 the 1»« year, and re- working in for the week Sun- before. concluded her work Friday^ Henry Becker, W. J. Sigsbee and . W. J. Becker flshed at Lost Island [Thursday, but had only fishermen's George E. Johns< i Bert Deal and flshed at day. am Mr. and Mrs. Roy Moulds are mov- —, and luncheon at I Hynds home. Mr. Hynds. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dau and children and Miss Elma Schroeder spent Sunday at Swea city visiting at the Peter Ehlers home. Lyle Mathes is now working in the new Montgomery Ward store to Fort Dodge. He formerly was with a Penny store to Kansas. Kenneth Moss, who has been employed as a waiter in the States cafe for nearly a year, has gone to Mason City to work to the Park cafe. and Mrs. W. O. Laird and son, VWWWA ^^ For the Graduate 117"1 , „ 1, ._ P • j i /» •» •« . _ _ W a -r ni< 1 ? ully Studiefl for t^lvc years to fit thoimolvcs for better citizenship to meet the demands of the futi roto nnko 1i£ i"m-n worthwhile. Remember them with somotlnng for and Mrs. H. B. Lease of Sum- Af >*,...- ™7T Thp rsda y for » two or three weeks' visit with their son Rev. W. H. Lease. Mr-and Mrs. Frank Seely spent Sun .sister. Miss Kate Skinner, who Is superintendent of the LuVerne schools. Charles Schemmel x>f Calmar, a former Bancroft boy, was a visitor In Al! on ?__ y . esterday v Mr- Schemmel has a enjoys a ?««««*? and daughter, h ° me Sunday from a ago, and remodeled it into a fine mod- I ern home. i£ «' f,fi t i? r i OI V« e P hot °Krapher, will "•- a talk hext Friday at the Plum H; U. Stephenson, assistant chief railway maU clerk of Sioux city was In Algona yesterday and today conducting-an examination of railway mail were visiting ed home Sunday from a j? ve a talk next Friday at the Plum at Cedar Rapids. They ? ree , k * arm bureau meeting on "Nat Mrs. Josephtae Cutler, turalization." Clark Orton will give a rvttntnafn e\f HJT».» TTHM...... I L&JK r.nn eatrto air^MfVin* I»A_.U_ A*-_ »*.__ «,fc» y "" 1 '" 18 mrs - Josepntoe Cutler, '>"«"u»won." oiarK Orton will give a who was a roommate of Mrs. Kresen- talk th e same evening before the Wes- Skva at rnllosa MPW tat-tn u.,.««.. i^_ ^ . . !* co _ sky's at college. L. J. Nelson was able to be back on ley farm bureau 'Citizenship." on the subject of ac on i r, , *• at the Erlckson hardware store L ^1 J ,l M^rtagh and Hardy Buell, the where he Is manager after an Illness But t ba nker ( opened the fishing sea- of on la t T ' er an ness ( ng sea- out a week, He was critically 111 £ on la ?t Thursday at Spirit Lake, as'has few days with a severe attack of been tl j elr cu stom for. many years. They I U4 came home of about a week, for a few days w acute indigestion. . . came home with fifteen nice pike attended the and fifty couples opening dance at the = haV«^^ left Tuesday night. The music w£s furnished by £n h £ for Wash taston, D. c. where abe Cato's Vagabonds. Heinle Stebritz to SSJ?,! ei SR loy ^, ln * he BureB>J of the runntog the haU this summer. S 60 ™ 8 ^. Jss Celander has worked to Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Miller left Sunday for a trip Into Minnesota where Mr. Miller looked after matters connected with his various receiverships. ^Mr. and Mrs. Irvin tTrch-drove to Chicago Sunday to spend a few days visiting Mrs. tTrch's sister and family who are soon to move to Toledo, Ohio. Attorney and Mrs. O. D. Shumway left Sunday on a trip to California. They expect to be gone a month. Mr. Shumway's mother will return with them. Boy and Dell Carpenter of Rockford, Illinois, are visiting friends and rela- 4-4*rnM IM A 1__ P.M . . _ T ***** PAJAMAS Boys or girls A better than common one, Fancy box TIES AND SOCKS in a box. * bo>y wants a rcnl good ° no> Iu a piece of e from 80^ ve ** manager of the local Council Oak store ner as worked in ttle auditor 3 office here for five vears _.. „ , Mlu luuimr 9 omoe nere lor flve vears Chas. Kuchynka has resigned as the Und has many friends In Algona who anaeer of loooi r<n,.r,/.ii «„!, .1— I are sorry to see her go •"•' hu " a w "° T. H.'Chrischilles and son. Teddy Call Theatre Bob. and the former's T. Chrischilles, drove Western Electric Sound System. Arctic different Saturday. • WED.. THUBS. AND FBI MAY 21-22-23 Lawrence Tibbett world's greatest baritone to to "THE ROGUE SONG" SATURDAY, MAY 24. Special! Special 1 1:30 special matinee—10c-30c to 5:30 Pilled with behind the scenes of the Dempsey-Tunney fight. Six-day bicycle races, Princeton-Navy football game. The Yankees' base ball club. Topically Ametfcanl, thor- x oughly modern. New—just released—a big hit. Also— Program of Short Subjects, Mrs. — -—--u-twu, vtiuyc WJ OiUUX City Sunday where Mrs. Chrischilles will visit for a week at the George C. Call home. Mrs. Call Is a daughter of Mrs S. C. Spear of Algona. Photographer A. L. Peterson was at Burt yesterday taking pictures at the fifth annual farm bureau Achievement Day, which was being held there with the women from ten townships in attendance. Mrs. Ellen Richardson, state chairman of farm bureau women gave the principal address. Mrs. Laura Paine, the county recorder, received word that her son,. Ray- 1 mond, who lives in Pasadena, Califor- 11=11' »*£ operated on for appendicitis last Friday. She states that .he was doing well after the operation. His many friends wftl be glad to see him If he comes 4 home this summer. &£?3& H J e ! le , who has taught "-They report business ,-—--—«>-•"" »"v-j xe^uiu uusuiess quiet at Rockford and many factories closed, _Mr. and Mrs. Silas Harris of Cedar Rapids were to Algona Sunday visiting the Chubb families. Mr. Harris is one of the officers of Coe College to Cedar Rapids. , The States cafe has been redecorated and an Actic Nu-Air cooling system put to. The system was purchased from N. C. Rice, who has the agency for them. Oolda Ericksen, cashier to the States cafe, went to Mason City Sunday morning to visit her husband, who is employed there. She expected to be gone a few days. The state highway commislon office has been moved from Algona to Swea City in order to be closer to their work which is mostly in the north end of the county. • Perry Johnston and a friend accompanied by the Hansen children, were up from Des Moines Sunday visiting Mr. Johnston's parents, Mr. .and Mrs. J. B. Johnston. Suspenders, Belts, Gloves, everything he wears and • baggage to carry 'em in. The same for girls, we believ years'selling, pleases 'em most. KRAFTVMISBACH CO, ™ WMMWW *^^ Wesley Am. Legion Getting Out Poppies. Wesley, May 20.; Special; The American Legion Auxiliary of Wesley are sponsoring the annual poppy sale for Memorial day to be worn in honor of the World War dead and to help the veterans who still suffer lifrom- the wounds of war. The paper poppies sold curing the Memorial season throughout the United States are made by disabled veterans and veterans' widows. In Iowa they are working to about a dozen different towns. About 500,000 popples are made yearly in Iowa. The poppy industry has purchased fuel, clothing andlDrea dand butter for many families as well as paid doctor and hospital bills. It has furnished clothing for little children so that they may go to school; has taken families from squalor into clean and comfortable surroundings; it has raised discouraged men and women to self-respecting citizens. The small sum of money asked to exchange for the privilege of wear- tog the national memorial poppy is indeed a trifle but each dime put together for a common cause results to great dividends. "It's the little drops of water, the lltle grains of sand that make $he tntehty ocean and the pleasant laatLWw *, ' * ^" * Mrs. Joseph Beard Died on Friday, Mrs. Joseph Beard died at her home southeast of Algona Friday. Death was the result, of heart trouble. Funeral services were held at Laird's chapel Tuesday afternoon and burial was made in the Irvlngton cemetery, she was fifty-seven years of age and leaves the husband, two sons and two daughters to mourn her death. Adult Sunday School Organized at Wesley, Wesley, May 20. Special: The adult Sunday School class wfes organized ast;. week Tuesday night and was given the name of "Friendly Bible classs". Mrs. Luella Olson was elected leadier.' The following officers were-also-* ed: president, Mrs, JoJ» AJi vice president; Mrs/'WMlftca », seceretary-treasuvei 1 , MA'SCf M; B«\M c«__i_* .._ _ • . ^Ti.'Bf^T^: 1 C^ ..- son „ nv *» v *, «**«• **« u», j Social, membershlp";&&a devp al committees were appointed. t social committee^Mesdanila Carl ^wizen and Raymond HahiM made 7 up the committee; membership, Mesdajiies Paul Erdman and Axel .Johnson; devotional, Mesdames O.;EL Moore and Carl Hanson. A social Meeting will,be Held the first Tuesday,, night in each month in the League 'rooms. Lunch will be served and a small charge made for same which will go to a flower fund and general expense fund. Tailored to fit your car-sea^and door covers look well and preserve tip-" holstry. choice of designs to'; match, your car. Chevrolet Gamble Stores. , ft '-411' va > i??^/ V i* .•"-? TOES-WED., MAY y,.^ Tuesday'matinee 2r30-iqc|30o. James G-leason " 4 Claude Grillingwater' school teach: , , „, ... three „_ »jumper course at I ™ fiAki-"-- . '_«« siittt fail THE Q Gtoomowtt ffictun Built for 1,000 laughs. Also— Talking Comedy. , A Big Special! SUN. & MON., MAY 85-26. Matinee Sunday at l p. m. a every two hours. 1930 best seller. Its a Katherine Bush story. It's a Saturday Evening Post serial. Zippy, modern romance, . , Claudette Colbert Chas. Buggies Norman Foster in Waywird teach sanctimoni- . ons reformer that people -who- live in glass home* chouldn*t throw •tone*. Just reiea'sed—new.- A cock tail of entertainment with a' real kick. Ypung love, and old ideas Uproarious, .human, hard hitting comedy. Big'Program of Short Subjects. week \ttaai • r^*r .Q-e.wvyt, .••^»1^»VMUOPbbO. MT8, PaLOl* ei%wlllsbeMremembered here as Laura' Chubb. • Mrs. Palmer and son will be ^Ku 0 ^ a « Bended visit with the Chubb families and the R. j. Palm- I crs* Mrs. Susan Barry,- Mrs. O. B. Moore Smith and her little daughter/Susan came from Des Mplnes last Friday with W. A. Barry, v Mrs. Barry has been to Des Moines-for the past two or three weeks visiting her daughter, Mrs. Moore Smith. Mrs. Smith and daughter stayed over the week end with Mrs. Barry. Mr, and Mrs. E. J. Skinner of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hans of Lakota returned the first of the week from Chicago where they had been visiting for a time. Mr. and ^•Skinner visited their son, Fred, in Chicago, and Mr. and Mrs. Hans spent some time with their children at Rockford, Illinois. Carl Pearson of the county auditor's 2 ff f, C .L^.°y^ *° Kansas City, Missouri, SSJ^ ^L.*" T **y""' 1 ;*«HUB.Tj,nMtf iwa wner. ; , • SiKrakBEfe* 8pen<uth 'ra. Atth ° "last i « Z —--'»- «w *.*H,AIOOO vibv. ivussoiirit i Saturday with his brother-in-law. They were to bring back Carl's sister, who lives to Brownsville, Texas. She was | to fly to Kansas City, buf the Mrs. Ramus, Pioneer j Dead at LuVerne. LuVerne, May 20. Special Cor.: Mrs. Leopold Ramus, 76 years old passed away at her home here Wednesday evening after a week's illness with pneumonia. Mrs. Ramus was one of the old settlers of LuVerne, having resided on a farm for several years with I her husband, after which the couple came to town. Mr. Ramus passed away several years ago. She leaves three sons, William, Otto and John, all of this place. One daughter passed away several years ago, being Mrs. Henry Dln^Aii £!!._ Jl.-a _ «. AI_ • _ . •* . Ristau. She died at the home of her parents in LuVerne. A host of other relatives and friends survive. The services for Mrs. Ramus were held in the . Lutheran church Sunday at two o'clock Rev. Brauner was in charge. The floral tributes were many and beautl- [Ten High Cream Checks for April EXTRA SPECIAL One Day. FRIDAY. MAY so. New—Big—New. shows starts 11 o clock and continuous. • Drive.for forty miles to see this one. —New. The picture all the cities are raving about ROW. New York's night life, i • " ..._ _ _ ^ „, -^ I^IAK ofMAKHATTAK" lEIIURE poned the trip. The men "arrived" YD. Algopa Monday morntog after an all night, drive. i Mr n^ L> Bon ar drove to Des Moines last Friday, taking her father, Rev »» ewis .P 1 "" 11 wlth her on his way to. Muscatine. Rev. Orull has been spend- Ten high checks for April cream de tag the winters in Algona for some "vered to the Algona Co-Operativ MnSLS nd « turn s t to his old home at Creamery Company are given below Muscatine during the summer months. Butterfat amounting to 438,035 pound Mrs, Bonar was a guest of Mrs. Ralph Wf «» delivered and 44 cents a pounc Laird during her stay in Des Moines, was paid for sweet cream. The high and arrived home Sunday night. checks are as follows: Ralph Elbert spent Saturday and £' J ' , K , ee/n & Sons $ 728.71 Sunday in Savannah, Missouri, where ? e ?V W n ° odfre y 621.78 he visited his wife who underwent £ M - Patterson 545.40 an operation to a hospital there last ? uarton & B °sworth 526.63 week Mrs Elbert. who was formerly £ nd , re * Godfredson 310.66 Miss Margaret Hargreaves, is recov- N eal Smith 278-59 ering nicely and will be home in about A1 ? ed Sche n°k 260.61 two weeks . Ralph was accompanied •?*£ ^! rankl 254.70 by his sister. Mrs. P. J. Fuchsen of f a Mawdsley 2 46.68 whit-fAmnva o«^ K.I **«.,!«,_ f, i Loron Brown 242 2^ $4016.19 i-Ti ".. > —^.^TVVT" ?"••*•*•*'**** ouo smcm planfe ,wa$ stowing Jaqfeweek wher.e there was quite f & crop last year. On the Ma.wdsley farm, only about ten or fifteen per cent of; the plants have come through this year and .these will be sprayed again. ; Some patches, however, had not been greatly Injured by the spraying, whe're they had been previously mowed or cultivated. •A' BI H " Porter . Ptent pathologist of Ames, and other authorities, recommend spraying for small patches of thistles, bindweed and quack grass. From plots to the county it seems well worth a trial on small patches or along , fence rows and in places where cultivation is difficult. Sodium chlorate is mixed one pound per gallon of water and applied at the I rate of one gallon per square rod or until plants are well covered. The material while not dangerous in the drum I or to solution is highly inflammable when mixed with organic matter such as cotton or chaff. Clothing saturated while spraying may be ignited when dry If it is not thoroughly rinsed. | Therefore utmost precaution must be I taken when using the solution. The Season's T Madson "The Home of Better Values'? aoxo^acams ,9 -# I'il i , j t<] Ur": ,"* B w* w id £ niuiYZ *' "' * MWWCII OJ Whittemore and by Maxine Hargreaves. Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Johnson received word the first of the week that their STSi SelertaVairSlLone Rock High School .v£r^^&£tt&\ to Have a Strong Team. this game for Lone Rock, The A show you'll never forget. She'll shook you—thrill you—dazzle you but you'll like her. Also— Program of Short Features. DECORATION QAY 8PJ50IAL. *" l;u " c " ""» game lor tione Rock, The Mr. and Mrs. Archie Hay and daugh- 1 £°?} S were defeated at Ledyard last ter, Velva, and son, Gleri. of Fort S rl< l ay 6 to 5 to a nine Inning game. Dodge, attended the Church of the I N ,. ext p rWay Lone Rock will again play Nazarene to Algona Sunday and were at Le(J yard oh" the last day of school guests at the home of Rev. Metcalf, the The looal team loses only one man this local pastor. Mrs. Hay, accompanied year> ola rence Macumber, who is a by Miss Velva rendered a very beauti- ? enlor and wU1 graduate this year. The ful selection at the morning service en- team next vear should be a strong team titled, "Hide You in the Rock of Ages." Both Mrs. Hay and daughter are talented stagers and it Is always a treat to hear them. Mr. Hay is one of the trusted employes of the Standard Oil Company of Fort Dodge. Miss Velva , is one of the long distance operators ta one * /«? ^ ari)ale 2 te Bn ""totW* Titonka Lady Was Buried Yesterday. Mrs. L. Oesterreicher of Tltonka died at her home to that city Sunday following a long illness with cancer and the funeral services were held at Titonka yesterday. Mr. Oesterreicher served as a supervisor from that district for several terms and has many friends throughout the county who will extend sympathy to him to his bereavement. Notice to Public - — -—-—t,^,.^ dentists, a Saturday afternoon from the 24th til September first. Dr. A. D, Dr. H. L. McCorBe^ Dr. L. G. Baker Dr. H. M. Olson Dr. L. C. Nugent Dr. W. E. Kain close on " un- VWlflAWVVWWWW WHITE'S Sa ^ FOB CONSTABLE. I am a candidate for the nomination of constable on the republican ticket. I will appreciate your support.—JOE ANDERSONJ 49.49 NOTICE—I am a candidate for constable at the June primary. Your vote will be appreciated.-^. T. ORIFFJN. 48-49 Mayonnaise or Spread, eight oz. jars 16c Peanut Butter, one pound pint jar 19c Soups, Campbell's Tomato, six cans . 49c Pork and Beans, No. 2Y 2 tins 15c Coffee, Tone's Steel Cut, three pounds Swift's Naptha Soap, ten bars for Del Mate Corn, No. 2 can for Toilet Soaps, assorted four cakes Wr

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