The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 28, 1930 · Page 7
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The tTpper Des Moines-Bepublican, May 28,1930 Ben Pannkuk of Titonka city on business Monday. the «».«. *. Sheridan was down from Ban• croft on business yesterday. "Greg" Studer was over from his home near St. Benedict SaturdaT « n «°n.? aster a M ' Woodruff of Mason City was an Algona visitor Tues- otle of Bancroft's sub- was in Aigona ° n P roessler ' Bancroft's big conSSS: was ln the clty on busi - Mr, and Mrs. Joe Auner visited with relatives and friends in Des Moines during the past week. M-omes *™ e)i clausen of * ness visitor in Algona Thursday. Hans M. Jensen, one of the substan- ,« A £ a ™ e LL?L? ento n. township, was Etmday at Swea City attending a meeting of the ftioux City district of the Luther League. Leslie Samp was home for a day or two last week visiting his mother, Mrs. A. E Samp. Leslie will be graduated m June from Creighton College at umaha. at at ™ Th S f ?, bUS ' neSS City Thursday. 7lsitor Mr ' anri Mrs - w - B - Quartern open Monday in Humboldt. A -- - —.««.». w*T»*ioj,iij/ t wno I Algona yesterday, calling on friends. I Mr - and Mrs. Ed. Ramer of Great u r ' an - d *£* A " K m **to* «P«>t Si!? are% , vlsitln e his father, Greg the week end in Clear Lake visiting ™ am . el \ Mr " Ramer expects to go to ' Mlldred an ^ Mrs. Ward ^°. c . heste r ™* have a physical exami- m. McWhorter. .. nation at the hospital. Postmaster Fred Robinson of Esther- ' Paul Kenefick was in Des Moines lie visited in Algona yesterday, com- , a , f f w davs last week visiting and ing over with L. M. Christensen, who lookln e after business interests. He -as here on business. a 'so took a trip to Grlnnell and look- Rev. w.-H. Lease will give a Mem- ed ° Ver hte old scho01 - arial Day address at Graettinger at L Mr - and Mrs. F. B. Helgens of Dex- eleven a. m. and one at LuVerne at ter ' Minnesota, drove down Saturday trm_f Vilt-4-« H —. tn_u I ilTln cti4**it a*.<~.J__ _.i_»n. ... ' X *"J vllle two-thirty p. m. Friday. The American Legion has a beautiful display of lawn flags in the window of Slocm's old store. Mr. Lee of Chris- onsen's store did the display work. Maurice Cullen of Whittemore, was a business visitor in Algona last Fri- d ? y ' „ Ma" 1 ' 06 is associated with the i vpnp Merrill Rawson .garage in Whittemore. %„„* a ? d IP 6 " 1 Sunday visiting at the home ">. Jerry Helgens. The is a son of Jerry Hel- g6ns< i i^f.!^ 86 ?. 11 .Cosgrove and son, Har- vuttori ™<th it VT / Wost Bend c K - Johnson of Bancroft was op visited with Algona friends Wednesday, erated on Friday for appendictls at th Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Smith visited Algona hospital. £!n?,«l 8nd re ' atlVeS Bt Webster Cltv C]lfrord Aalfs, who is a salesman for Sunday. the Armour Company, is spending his Mr. and Mrs. Robert Vincent and vacation in Sioux City. & h d»r ° m WCTC P ° rt D ° dge Visitors Lewls Nevlllp c «™ over from Britt Saturday. Sunday for a visit with his grandpar- Meivin Hockinson enjoyed a visit on ents. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Neville LnkPMlfu 0 " 1 hiS father and Slst€r of Mrs ' John Huebsch of McGregor was »* n guest Snturtiny and Sunday at the Mr. and Mrs. Percy Warnke of Em- home of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Fred metsburg were Sunday guests of Miss Wehler. Evelyn Cady. Mrs. J. T. Chrlschilles returned on I "'• ", ••• • v*«**uv-*t»».n..o i 11. Ill llt_Al t»H Vic Nelson, the popular Swea City Monday from Sioux City where she barber, was a business visitor in Al- hftd visited for a week at' the home of gona recently. Mrs. George C. Call. Rev. J. L. Coleman, pastor of the Algona Presbyterian church, has been Sunday ' stlllm an left Monday * ftiMii for M axW eii, i owa> where she her parents for a few days. Tu f sda1v to Burlington Mi ?, souri ' where Mr. Cosgrove ? rew are locate d this Algona since A „_ » 5 n ;, ten , mo n th s old daughter The parents oi Mrs. Brlggs came from W. B. Quarton went to Sioux City Fairmont Wednesday Jor a brief visit today to speak at a banquet of the at the home of their daughter. Sioux City Commercial Club and the Miss Mabel Thelin, one of the nurses farmers of the vicinity. Kossuth hospital spem Sunday!. Mlss Ioln 'Lehman, who Is taking a We Like the Furniture Business with her parents at Callendar. Mrs. Reeves, a sister of Mrs. G. E business course in Des Moines, spent the week end in Algona visiting with her Van Dorston is here on a visit. Her P arcnts « Mr - and Mrs. Andrew Lehman. home is at Albert Lea, Minnesota The banks of Algona will be closed all Joe Schaben spent the past week in a fever of 105 Grantsberg, Wisconsin, visiting his this writing brother John and doing a little fish- wriwn B- slT ing. He arrived home Sunday morning. J ; ,£ acy spent Sunday in Sioux ™ . Monday morning. one arriv- Whitte- --— _«v»u>uj B ci, uue 01 wniue- Jttiores prominent citizens, was a busi- , Hein . ry PIetch spent several days dur- ing'the past week visiting relatives at Granville and Remsen and left on Thursday morning for Janesvllle, Wisconsin, where he expects to spend two or three weeks. S?P lds ' H. a sj^s^ssf&sf FK™^ sola, Thursday for a flshinftr'in Th PV by . the Crltlcal lllness of a the latter part of there brother. Mrs. Edith Burroughs was a visitor at the home oi her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wright. She returned to her home in Oakland, Iowa, last Saturday. Rev. C. E. Olsson and family and I sota ' Thursday for a'flshing" tr'ipl~They i ,, „ Eleanor Norman spent Saturday and L caine home Monday, and reported much L Mrs ' °- E - Rou P e returned Monday luck with their fishing. They brought f f om Mason clty where she had been I home a good catch. " since Thursday visiting her daughters Miss Helen Coleman returned Mon- Mlsses Jessle and Mabel Rou P e day from Mt. Vernon where she has L **?,• and M rs - Walter Johnson and been teaching public school music the , 11V y spent 8und ay at Rockford, Iowa past year. She will spend the sum- yl?,, tlng at the Leo MU ler home. The mer with her parents, the Rev. and Mlllers at one time lived in Algona. Mrs. J. L. Coleman. George Elbert left Tuesday for De- J. C. Garland, general agent for tr »! t ' , M ' ch 'ean, on a business trip. He the Northwestern Mutual Insurance ™ ™> stop ln °hicago for a visit with Company, drove to Algona from his Mrs> Elbert ' s brother, H. L. Barnes, home in Dubuque Thursday to look Harold Cowan drove to Ames on over business matters in this city. He Saturday to attend a party held bv his returned to Dubuque Friday. fraternity, Phi Delta Theta. He came Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Lease of Sumner, home _ Monday morning and reported a Iowa, visited several days during the ne tlme> past week at the home of their son, The Rebekah ladles enjoyed a meet- Rev. -Lease, who took them- to Chero- ing with Mrs'. C. Herman Wednesday kee today, where they will look after afternoon. Mrs. Rawson gave a verv land interests and visit with relatives, interesting talk on her recent trip to Raymond Irons was hi Algona a few the Holy Lan( J. days last week visiting relatives. Ray- Miss Jane Vincent is planning to mond lives in Cherokee and is a sales- spend the summer in California and man for the Armour Company. He is wil l leave as sopn as she finishes her looking much thinner than when he school work here. She will attend sum- was a football star on the Algona high mer school there Fred Hanselman, one of the promi- day Pl ' icl ay as has been their custom nent farmers of Garfield township, was for th e last twenty-five years on Momin Algona on business yesterday. - • Beulah Hartshorn was called to Swea City Monday by the illness of her mother. Beulah is one of the operators at the Marigold Beauty Shoppe I. S. S. Faville of Des Moines was in Algona on business Friday. Mr Faville is a son of Judge F, F. Faville of Des Moines and is also an attorney. Henry Mason returned from Grand school team some years ago. Mrs. Paul Laidley and baby are visit- You Not Only Want Style But Comfort as Well These new sports Oxfords feature every desire of the golf fan. "Are they comfortable," you'll say. Certainly" more so than any other styles we've ever offered. In smoked'elk, brown trim and tan with braided vamps. C 'hristensen Bros. Shoe Department Miss Katherine Burns of Estherville, ing at the Howard Vinson home this visited from Wednesday to Thursday week - Mrs. Laidley 's home is at Esther-(. ftl ° * --- vlll e where Mr. Laidley is employed in a printing office. , Mr- and Mrs. Bert Cronan are leav- gthls week for home of her brother, J. D. at the Burns. Miss Burns is a telephone operator in Estherville. Mr. anrJ Mrs. B. A. Burns of Came ° n Thursday and drove her home. Miss Genevieve Lockrem /of • Blue Earth, Minnesota, is expected Thursday for a visit with her friend, Sara Doran. She will be here for two or three ' days. Miss Lockrem is a senior hi th° -" Blue Earth high school, and in addition to her school work conducts a dancing class. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Amunsen an family spent Sunday fishing at low Lake. On their way home they pass ed a wreck near Armstrong. It was understood that a doctor and his fam lly from Wlndom, Minnesota, had gone o# the. «ade;down,a twenty-flve foo embankfiieny v: v ' ' " Miss Bertha Kuohenreuther, who was called home from Chicago by the illness and death of her mother, Mrs John Kuchenreuther, has decided to remain in Algona for a time at least Miss Kuchenreuther who is a "nurse las been in Chicago at the Cook County hospital for some time. Mrs. F. C.-iZ&ider, Mr. and and Mrs. where ,, — • —• ~»Q*ll, J.11J11U1O, W11CXC their son, Donald is attending school. He will return with them for a vacation. They are driving through in their car. orial Day. L. M. Merrltt has succeeded W. E. Laird as the offlcal government weatherman for Algona. Mix Laird has held this position very efficiently for many years. Patrick McEnroe, the nine year old son of Mr. and Mrs. John McEnroe, had a leg broken Monday afternoon while playing on a swing at the Frank Thorpe home. Robert Harrington, Charles Akre, and Gordon Dewel are expected home from Iowa City Thursday. The boys are al Juniors and members of the Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bailey returned Sunday from Minneapolis where they had visited their daughter, Mrs. S. O. Haase, who was before her recent marriage, Miss Merle Bailey. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Nelson and family and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. McGee and family spent Sunday at the home of Mr. McGee's parents, which is located between Spirit Lake and Jackson, Minnesota. D. W. Flanigan, one of the world's greatest marksmen, will be m Algona Tuesday, June 3, for a shooting exhibi- ;lon which will be held at the Algona Gun Club grounds beginning at two o'clock. Dr. and Mrs. A. D. Adams drove to Rochester, Minnesota, Thursday with their little son, Aflo, who underwent an examination at the clinic. The doctors said that he was slightly improved. They came home Saturday. The marriage licenses for the week are: Carl Lien and Ethel Harris, both of Swea City; Wilbur Stewart, Burt, and Agnes Primising, West Bend; John W. Geist, Jr., Burt, and Emma Geilenfeldt, Algona. Ralph Elbert is going to Savannah, Missouri, the last of the week after Mrs Elbert, who has been a patient in a hospital there for the past two or three weeks. Mrs. Elbert was before her marriage, Miss Margaret Hargreaves. John Lamuth is putting out a small windmill made by himself, advertis- nnd it is a pleasure for us to asg#£ folks in choosing tlien- furniture, cither for the new home that is to be established in June or for those who wish to add new pieces to the home that has been established in Junes gone by. With Ibis thought in mind we have made the largest purchase of all types of furniture we have ever jnade and our floors arc tilled with new suites of the latest design and at the lowest prices quoted in iro'ivc years. pur new line of bed room suites is sure to please you. .1 hey are beauties, come in and see them. We have made a special purchase of' adjustable bridge lamps of the latest design and are are offering them while they last at $3.25. Be sure to get one of these, one of the biggest values ever offered. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Seaman are building a new modern bungalow in the,, -„ —, »«, CiWD north part of town about two blocks ln e the King of Clubs beverage and does north of the German Lutheran church. sells several other beverages and does Mr. Seaman is employed at the Algona a bI S business. He recently unloaded IWWWJWJW, COLD FACTS Announce the world's fastest freezing of ice cubes. 80 minutes is the average time in a nation-wide test. Using stock models of the New Kelvinator. J3e sure to see the New Kelvinator before buying. John Erpelding, Frank Capesius and Tony' Guehl, all drove to Cherokee Tuesday to attend the graduation exercises of the Mount St. Mary's academy from which Frances Zender, Blondina Erpelding, Mildred Capesius and Catherine Guehl will be graduated this year. J. E. Moulds and his son-in-law, Will Greene, are leaving today by auto for Pontiac, Illinois, to attend the funeral of John Barr, Mr. Moulds' brother-in- law, a wealthy retired farmer about eighty years of age. Mr. Moulds and Mr. Greene were both raised in the vicinity of Pontiac, and will spend a few days visiting there. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Willson and wife of Cedar Rapids and the former's father, Lester Willson, spent the past week fishing at Spirit Lake, where they caught all the fish they could use. Mrs. Lester Willson was unable to go because of Injuries received in a fall a few weeks ago. Since then she has not been able to leave the house verv often. H. J, Hutchison writes from his home Co-Operative creamery. two car loads and has two more coming E. W. Lusby entertained his daughter soon w! d J^ Sba <. nd A Mr ;, and Mrs ' H - Plerce Pauline and Florence Black and Mary Witmer of Des Moines, and several and Anna Kain held their school pic- other nersons from n»a njro< n ». «-^ I ..<.„ „«. «._ «-„ ~ , _ ""'"y 1 P 1C ~ Add at Clear ai wear fi, Sunday. Des Moines andlnlcs at the Call State"paik" Sunday Algona Beach with the parents;of the children and numerous friend^' attending. '• There Mrs. Mark Olson and two children of were about tyo hundred-present. Dtir- Fprest City and her mother, Mrs. Louise ln g the afternoon games were played Staley of Chicago stopped over In Al-J iuv „„,, ;» « „ v gona Monday for a short visit'with 1 /r^l n ? ^ s -Raymond Irons return- friends. They were on their wav to « to '"e >lr home in Cherokee Saturday Whittemore from Forest Citv if. v .? ltin JL a few days ^^ Algona mvc, /-, TT •,•,„•,„ ^owiuy- relative! They brought Bai Mrs. O. H. Williams went to Marshall- mother, who had been vlsSn town Tuesday after her son, Bob. who home. Raymond has lost fifty tias been a.ttmirtfno' =i»Vinni tv,o«« mu_ V.TT na^^e,,i ji-n . . "*«y oy careiui dieting and fine. son of Crown months ago from Marshalltown but Bob remained there to complete the school A. E. Bollum and year - Points Indiana, are expected Satur- Dr. and Mrs. K. R. Ferguson of Ames day for a vislt at the home of Mrs. visited Saturday at the W,. J. Becker J- w - Man ean. Mrs. Bollum, who Is home Mrs. Becker and Mrs Ferguson a , sister of Mrs - Mangan, has been here are sisters. Sunday the Fergusons drove slnce the death of then- father, Joseph o Wesley where they visited Mrs. Per- Han ?el- a fe w weeks ago. From here guson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob **> and Mrs - B ollum will go to Roch- We are carrying some very attractive specials on our new living room suites, and Coxwell chairs, llus hue upholstered line has a large variety of patterns and covers varying from jacquard velours to linens and mohairs. Our new line of dining room suites includes eevry- thing that you may desire if you want something tor real service. Look over our line of quartered' oak, these with a complete line of walnut suites* we are showing just now is sure to contain,mtfn- ' bers that will please you. When thinking of furniture think of Eichardson's furniture Exchange,.where every article is sold -•with, a money back guarantee. •, . .' ohnson." "" " "~ """""I ester where Mrs. Bollum will go Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Aulman and hr ° ugh the cllnic - ro children of Des Moines are expect- Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rammer ar- ed Thursday for a visit with relatives rived in Algona last week from their over Memorial Day. Mrs. Aulman will home in Great Falls, Montana Ed be remembered as Daisy Laird. Dr. and ward is on his way to Rochester Min- Mrs. R. J. Laird will be unable to be "esota, for an examination at the din- 9re - i°- He has been ill for over a year George Hackman and daughter, Mrs. Ed ward left Algona for Montana near- Fred Geigel, returned the last of the } y flfte en years ago and has made his The Radio Shop 116 North Thorington St. Phone 371 in Branson, Missouri, to renew his subscription to the Upper Des Moines- Republican and says they are having a wonderful season, and that crops are doing fine. He said that the strawberry yield was only about half as large as usual owing to the extreme cold spell in January which froze the plants. Mrs. E. C. Hartman and three children, Dick, Joyce, and Bob are expected Thursday from their home in Janesville, Wisconsin, for a visit with their many Algona friends. Dick was graduated this year from the Janesville high school, and Is returning to Algona to be present at the graduation exercises of the Algona class of which he was week from Lincoln, Nebraska, where they had taken Mrs. S. P. Van Dolah to spent the summer. Mrs. Van Dolah is an aunt of Mrs. Hackman and has been making her home here the past year. Mr. .and Mrs. Lawrence Pertl came home Thursday from their wedding trip to Minneapolis and other points. a member. Mrs. Frank Koepke, former GOOD USED CARS '30 Pontiac coach, new '28 Pontiac coach '30 Chevrolet *• coach, nearly new. ''29 Chevrolet coach '28 Chevrolet coach '27 Chevrolet sedan '27 Chevrolet coach '29 Ford "A" coupe '28 Ford "A" sport coupe '28 Ford "A" roadster ALGONA AUTO MARKET House, Phone 3S>I known Algona lady, widow of Fran Koepke, was operated on for tumo in the Methodist hospital at Des Moin es last Thursday, May 22, and is get ting along nicely, according to a letter received from Miss Joy Koepke, by Jerry Helgens Monday. A large specimen of the commor barberry bush is being displayed in tht window of Kohlhaus hardware store. The state is waging a war on this weed because it is the medium through which black rust is spread on this crops. A group of men are now in Kossuth county trying to eliminate the bush. H. 0. Janvrln, well known Bancroft boy, is now working in Algona at the Northwestern freight depot. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Janvrin, old time Bancroft residents. His father is now at Webster City with the Northwestern road after being with it In Bancroft for many years. Mr. Janvrln and his family, consisting of his wife and little daughter, moved to Algona a week or so ago and are now living to the Co.rey house on South Harlan They expect.to start getting settled in their home at Whittemore the last of the week. Mr. Pertl is the manager of the Fullerton Lumber Company at Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Koran are moving Into the Rich house on Ridgley street. Several years ago they occupied this house. Since returning from California, they have been living in the Bob Stewart house but this was recently purchased by William Becker, who will take possession at once. Mrs;, Elmer Hartshorn received a phone call from her son, Gerald, who Is attending school at Washington, p. C., Wednesday. He is well and get- wel ting along nicely with his school work and the message was to have a little talk with the home folks. It is quite unnecessary to add that his message was a great joy to his family. Mr. and Mrs. George Hackman left Saturday night for Knoxville, Tennessee, where they will spend a week with their son, George, Jr., who is an electrical instructor in the city schools His school is out the 30th of May, and he and his parents will drive home. En- route home they will stop at Decatur Illinois, to visit Lewis Hackman and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Thurau left on Thursday for LuVerne, Minnesota, for a visit with the former's parents, after pending a few days with Mrs. Thurau's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Windell. Mr. and Mrs. Thurau have been making their home at Stanley the past year where Mr. Thurau was superin- endent of schools. This summer he will go to Iowa City to complete work on his M. A., degree. home there ever since. He is the son or Greg Rammer. * Mrs. Donald White is here for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C S Mr «fn n ^ nd , her husband's parents! nLrt ? 2S.F A - White ' A l' ce l«ft Glenda e, California, last Wednesday a arrived ln Des Moines , Plane landed ln Kan- City Wednesday night, and the Furniture Exchange, "Where Furniture Sells for Lew f B. G. Richardson, Prop. Algeria- Jowa. J Phone 852, * '., * favjw**^^ to At Des Moines she wa hvv,' was met by her parents. The airpla trip cuts the time coining from California in a little less than half. Allc will be here for a month or more. Mr. and Mrs. James Peacock were in Algona from Saturday to :Monday visiting at the James McDonald home The Peacocks left Algona about eight years ago to make their home in Alaert Lea, Minnesota. Mr. Peacock was ;he conductor on the M. & St. L. for rears. They had just come back from California, where they had been visiting Mrs. Peacock's niece who will be remembered in Algona as Julia Van Wert, who was secretary of the Algona Credit Men's association a few years ago. She has married since leaving Algona. George Wilson, head baker at the Algona Bakery, one of the best bakers In the country, makes wedding and birthday cakes that are works of art. Algona people who have given him special orders for cakes are high in praise of his work in this line Mr Wilson has devoted his entire life to brothers make a team. The ,., ™,_ underwent a 'major operation Thursday; Miss Mary Gisch of Algona, who was operated on Saturday for appendicitis; Mrs. Virgil Smith who was operated on Sunday for mas-' told, and the three year old son of Mr, and Mrs. Klrsch, who had his tonsils removed Friday. Dismissed patients are Mrs. Albert Wirtjes and baby of Lone Rock, who were able to return home Thursday; Mrs. Henry Johannsen who was able to return to her home Tuesday after receiving medical treatment. ••••••••••••••••••I! They're Scarce Many, good, fresh eatable are scarce now-a-days The Fairy The money you seve In buying at awnMe stores invested In their stock wlU bring a quarterly dividend.' 49 The Dependon cenes. f ° r " Richel * e u" and "Baby Stuart gro- Phone or Jump in M3 South Dodge. •••••••••••••••••••••••••M.mw.^g-

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