The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 4, 1930 · Page 6
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The Upper Pea Moineg- H. E. Rist had left for a pleasure trip through the west. Mrs. M. P. Weaver and children were visitors In Des Moines for a few days. D. A. Haggard went to Des Mbines to attend the state encampment of the O. A. R. Hjalmar Rosewall left for Denver, Colorado, where he expected to stay for the summer. E. P. Keith left for Lyons county, Minnesota, to look after his farming In^ terests In that vicinity. Six auto loads of Knights of Pythias drove to Etnmetsburg to participate In an Initiation of that order. The old Higley poultry house near the Milwaukee depot was being offered for sale to the highest bidder. Matt Lamufh was made manager of the Priebe butter find egg house succeeding the late John Cronin. , C. B. Hutchins was nominated for O. to Grand Jury for Stealing of Burt was brought to by the Burt mat. .. ». u, msv, ^iicvtQC^ VYJlMl „ two sacks 6f feed from the W. i ."' ft ' ner slaughter house Tuesday night. The marshal saw him leave J 0 ** 1 ^? I(lld to W6lt for hte ftfid caught him wheh he came back. Rente haa the sacks to his car and said he ^^£ a S&*&® a >*' ."? AlKona. Rentz them. He „. Ai Hutchison Rent* His age Is eighty-two served a term at Port ST. BENEDICT NEWS, were son. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McMahon were receiving the congratulations of their friends on the arrival of a handsome baby daughter. Father T. J. Halpin sailed for Europe for a two months' vacation. He was to go to Ireland and he also intended to witness the Passion Play. The Central Drug company installed a new thousand dollar soda fountain which was supposed to be one of the finest In this part of the state. At the opening handsome souvenirs were given away. William Ollbride arrived home from his western trip where he visited Butte, Seattle and Portland and many farm- Ing districts out there. Mr. Ollbride was satisfied to return to Kossuth county as far as agricultural pursuits were concerned. Sheriff Lillie being unfamiliar with automobiles filled the gas tank on a car belonging to L. J. Dickinson with water. He thought that was the proper place but the men soon found out the error after the car refused to go on water diet. The nineteenth annual session of the Epworth League was held for two days In Algona. It was the twenty-first anniversary of the founding of-the order, It being founded In 1889. W. S. Windell was elected president of the Algona district of the league. Messrs. Vanderllnden and Clapsaddle dug up a skull and a few bones on the site where the old Normal school had stood. Local people could not decide whether It was the skull of an Indian or a white person, but thought It was an Indian because the Indians always burled their dead In sandy ground. Rahm and Mrs. J, L. Ras kopf were shoppers at Algona Saturday morning. A group of seventeen children received solemn communion at ten o'clock mass here Sunday. Miss Vivian Stephenson of Algona spent Sunday with her aunt and un cle, Mr. and Mrs. Al Rosenmeyer. Mr. and Mrs. George Arndorfer and family and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ferstl and family drove to Brltt Sunday afternoon. the teacher the past year. Leo Steven and Miss Neva Olsen drove to Rudd Sunday afternoon after Leo's sister, Pearl, Who has been teaching there. Pearl will teach there again next year. Rose Kutschara spent Sunday at home, she is employed at the Clarence Beefeldt home. The Seefeldts are the prbud parents of a baby girl. This is the second child, the other one being a boy. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Wise east of town are the happy parents of an eight pound baby boy born Saturday even' '-- He has been named James Lloyd, makes two boys in the family. The er and baby are doing fine. Itathryn and Leo Klrschbaum, the children of Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Kirschbaum, went to Britt Sunday afternoon with their parents to the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Eisemann,. Where they will stay and visit this week. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Greenfield and daughter, Edith, drove to the Call State Park near Algona Sunday and enjoyed a picnic dinner there with Mr. and Mrs. Ansel Richards of Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Merle "Richards and three children of Lone Rock. nold Fromin, Jane Cartoon, Ho wards. First prize for th* seventh grade, Eva Maude Wenzel; second, Darlen Kester; honorable menltoflJ Keith Dye. Gordon Hagluhd, Gerald Garber. The judges were Mesdames Sperbeck, Mitchell and Vattx There were forty posters mad* Mid all posters were exceptionally good. On Sunday evening at ttw Immanwl I Lutheran church Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Johnson, tor. and Mrs. W. O. Green and Mr. and Mrs. Mcrton Roalson were the honored guests. The occasion was the f wedding anniversaries of the three named couples. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson have been married thirty-seven years, Mr. and Mrs. Green twenty-five years and the Roalsons one year. A social evening was enjoyed. Rev. Raymond Swanson acted as toastmaster and a varied program of short talks and songs was enjoyed, also a bountiful picnic supper was served. The guests received sets of silverware. is Powerful Stri means passing up Repair Bills GOOD HOPE NEWS. iso-vis properly at alt engine temperatures. Someoils*- sattsfactorf «tf hnt> tern* </o ttoi stand' Week.) Crowded Out Last Week.) Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Pfeffer of Des Moines spent Sunday with the latter's parents, MrV and Mrs. J(. M, Witte. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stufflick and baby of Fort Dodge spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Erdman. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Eich and children, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. strelt of Algona and T. F. Howard spent Sunday afternoon fishing, Mrs. John Shultz and daughter, Rita, of Halbur, Iowa, spent last Wednesday afternoon at the J. L. and N. H. Raskopf homes. Miss Adelaide Eisenbarth who has been taking a beauty culture course at Des Moines the post winter and spring came home last week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Garman and son and the former's sister, Gertrude Garman, all of Elmore, Minnesota, spent Sunday here and attended the shower for Miss Dorothy Eisenbarth. Miss Dorothy Eisenbarth, who Is to be married to Emll Arndorfer, June 4, was the guest of honor at a shower at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Eisenbarth, Sunday afternoon. Many beautiful and useful gifts were presented to the bride-to- be. The afternoon was spent playing games, followed by light refreshments. A good time was reported by all. Miss Clara Poole is visiting relatives at Freeport, Illinois, this week. Miss Florence Pearson spent the week in Montlcello, visiting her brother, Roy. Her mother returned home with her. Mrs. Malinda Thonlpson and. Mrs. Herbert Spears of Ellsworth, were visitors at the Chas. Kester home the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Griffith of Fort Dodge and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Griffith of Algona spent Sunday here with relatives. Mrs. B. L. Weaver returned Thursday from the Fairmont clinic. Her many friends are pleased to hear of her speedy recovery. The Bert Deal interior decorators did work at the Good Hope parsonage on Monday of this week. The record of attendance in the I young people's Sunday School class at Good Hope on last Sunday was twenty. The Mothers and Daughters club I meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Alfred Schenck on next Thursday, June 6, with Mrs. Kate Annls as assisting hostess, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Dlttmer, Mr. I and Mrs. Lawrence Dlttmer, Q. L., Dlttmer and son, Arie, Mrs. Bond, Mrs. I C. L. Dlttmer's sister, held a picnic dinner together last Sunday. Mrs. Mary Steinman, Mrs. Kate An- | nis, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Broesder and Mr. and Mrs. William Broederson and son, Eugene, were dinner guests at I the P. A. McArthur home on last Sun- I day. up under tnteme Others that art btat resisting refuse to fitot* tit' cold weather. NewIsoVit strides from oneendbftbe* tbermometerto the other i • T O GET a motorr oil that wouldl stand up under sizz"- ling heat and yett flow freely in cold' Chas. and Fingel Larson and sister, Lotta of Dunell were Sunday guests of Mrs. Anna Larson and for the special services at the Luther League convention. Friends here were shocked t of the death of John Enders, occurred Wednesday morning following an operation for a ruptured appendix. Funeral services were held on Friday from the Baptist church. Rev. George Selmans was in charge. Memorial Day will be observed with the American Legionln charge on Friday. Services will start immediately at ten a. m. in the city park. Rev. Raymond "Swanson will give the Memorial address. The music will be under the direction of A. B The Sioux City district of the Luther ' ' " 8&K8&8 SEXTON NEWS. T HE sexton knows that sunken graves are an, indication'that die rough-box has delayed or collapsed—that the remains are no Jtonger protected underground. "Today many people art! providing ;j; ,«gaia«t this possibility by using '» *he Bockstaff Burial yVault, at a [1 ; moderate additional cost , 'This vault is Tnade of 12-gange jrmrffied Keystone Copper Steel. It lit air tight and water tight. It is guaranteed for 99 years to protect the remains of the loved one from a sunken grave, from ground waters ind burrowing animals. I It it. our purpose to offer a fum .al service that will be a BC urce of lasting comfort. We recommend the Buckstaff Bur'al Vault because it gives the assurance of protection ? After burial. i -A.. > f •• THE ROYAL PURPLE VAULT Sold exclusively by LAIRD is EEIMEB Mrs. Relmer, Assistant Phones 521-320-342 ; /Crowded bait Last Week.) Mrs. Lloyd Steven and Mrs. O. B. ie funeral of Martin at Woden. >• Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bentele and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Herman Kutschara home. Mrs. Albert Grosenbach's sister and son from Kansas spent the week end at the Albert Qrosenbach home. The school In district number three was closed Friday with a picnic at the Lou Kutschara home. Sarah Heeling --«-* ..—— ——.«v*. VWKUAWV* Wjr 1/44 City Luther League from the 23rd to the 25th inclusive with over one hundred registered delegates and pastors from ten different congregations were In attendance. Rev. Slbeltos of Rock Island was present. Misses Francis Dahl,-Naomi Hewett, Lucille Thomson and Mrs. Arlo Carter were hostesses at the Thomson home on Tuesday afternoon at a'mis- cellaneous shower ifor .'Miss" Bernfce Payette. Miss Payette, who has been teaching at Ankeny, is visiting her friends at Swea City prior' to her marriage which wiU take place June first. The seventh and eighth grades made the poppy posters for the American Legion Auxiliary. Names of the winners are as follows: first Harriet Erickson, eighth grade; second, D. W. 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We volunteer the suggestion she win be pleased to hear from her many friends. Her address Is c-o University Hospital, 3rd West Private, Room 342, Iowa City, Iowa. The Good Hope Ladies' Aid will meet I with Mrs. Arthur Gustafson on Thursday of this week, Mesdames Ferd Albright and Don Moore, assisting hostesses. The meeting two weeks ago, which was entertained by the Mesdames Henry and Otto Engstrom at-the home of the former, was a most enjoyable affair and brought out a fine crowd. The junior department of the Good Hope Sunday School is busy In preparation for Children's Day which will be observed on June 15. The regular services of worship at both Good Hope and South Cresco will pay tribute to the sentiment of Memorial Day Sunday . astor will preach In the evenini at the Methodist church In Fentor The pastor, Rev. Gerkto, is fll In our hospital at Sioux City. txt ° 8 **• ture ' «"• ^proved oU deposits**, less. carbon that most oUs. 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"You're always comfortable at a Taagaty-McGinu ffottl* TI W.tS E I LL ' LAJMSON ' HOTEL ROGERS. Waterloo, Iowa Bloomtaeton, ill. HOTEL PRESIDENT, Waterloo, Iowa HOTEL WAHKONSA. Fort Dodje, low* . (Complmtoly nfwnUhad. •4t*r Sip^ «**•»*»» ^ THE SHELDON-MUNN Amc», Iowa H 9JEI-THOMPSON Worthlogten, Mian. Hattt Locally* Clyde Bhlpler is the owner of a new Willys Kirigfrt car. ' Miss Lorraine stnith was on the rick list several days last week. Win. Coupanger of Elmore visitor here Sunday evening. E. J. Woodworth was a business visitor at Pocanontas last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Bockholdt were Fairmont visitors Sunday afternoon. John Liesveld left Sunday for an extended visit with his son at Chicago. Mrs. Ahrend Hans entertained the Prlscilla club at her home last Wednesday. Sheriff L. E. Hovey was up from Algona Saturday calling on the voters here. The Rev. O. H. Prerking family spent Jast Friday at their former home at Pomeroy. Memorial Day services will be held Friday morning at ten o'clock at the Prsebyterian church. Rev. F. O. Johnson spent Saturday at Kanawha. He was accompanied home by Miss Elaine Prlngle. E. R. Worley and James Altwegg were at Spencer last Tuesday where they attended a bankers' group meeting. Leo Adams of Charles City was a visitor here last Thursday and Friday at the home of his brother, T. V. Adams. The M. E. Ladies' Aid society met last Wednesday at the home of Mrs. E. R. Worley. A covered dish luncheon was served. Adolph Wlese left Friday for Freazee, Minnesota, on business matters. He was accompanied by his nephew, Walter Wiese of Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hans returned home last week from Rockford, Illinois, where they had been to visit at the homes of their sons, Hubert and Hugo. Mrs. Vance Lester and son, Duane, her mother, Mrs. R. Ennen and the Mesdames H. J. Klein and D. Hansen were Blue Earth visitors one day last week. Mrs. Anna Coupanger, who came here Sunday to visit her daughter, Mrs. Wm. Schroeder, Jr., had her nnger quite badly cut when she got it caught In the car door, j Mrs. Wm. Schroeder, Jr., enjoyed a visit Sunday afternoon from her motheu, Mrs, Anna Coupanger and Mathilda Coupanger of Elmore and Dr. Solberg of St. Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schutter and son, Robert, and Arthur Hastings and daughter, Miss Audrey of Buffalo Center were visitors Sunday afternoon at the John Liesveld home. Mr. and Mrs. O. Asmussen and daughter, Mrs. Hackett and little son of Sioux City were here to spend the week end at the home of their son, Chris Asmussen and family. The Charles Strobel family of Swea City were here last Wednesday even- Ing attending the commencement exercises, Mrs. Strobel's sister, Louise was one of the graduates, Mesdames J. H. Warburton and P. O. Torino were at Mankato, Minnesota, one day last week, where they went to visit their sister, Mrs. Sam Warburton, who is In the hospital there.-. Mr. and Mrs. John Wortman and sons John and Don and Beth and! Daw Hamnqulst .were, at Algona last-Wednesday. '; Mr;; and Mrs; Wortnr-"-"- i - i — £ down .to yote'as they 1 will npfc ^ *- vote .In the primary election^ Orange; Nev Jersey, who her* visiting at the A. F. home for ten , and TJlomas C3J*y; Iowa. era! assembly. Mr. WJdrtman-has been elected a delegate? to which Is In sesslom from until June 4thv meeting: May/ 29tbj Relatives here of Mrs.- N: E. Noble, who went to Minneapolis-, about two> - ago iec^ved!word!EHday;thafea&o- *»—"--•» wjtbv '(he McKinnSr young: da^htmcJ.^aSd^.. Otdsmobile's eaae of handling and quick responsiveness make It a wonderful car In traffic. Every control operates so smoothly and effectively. Clutch, brakes, gear-shift, and steering—all work withjdeUghtful ease. A touch on the throttle, and the car flashes away as the signal light changes. And it pulU down fc> a smooth, silent stop immediately, when the signal's against you. As for parking, Just try It yourself. Pick a restricted space at the curb -and see how easy it Is to fit OldsntobUe into that space. Then, try Oldsmoblle on the road. Its all-round performance will tell you why QldAmobile is such a great car to own. TWO-DOOR S SEDAN 895' Sport Tirt ami Bumftr, Ktrtra OLDSMOBILE ALGONA MOTOR SALES PRODUCT OF G F N f R A L MOTORS

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