The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 4, 1930 · Page 7
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eSg&s&y™--' * Pr^, ^*D^<*>\ -•ft. 1 ™ / v -, ry - ," Mfttefft Sf, feftulft, Westey Ngtas If gm8 ~H LJSJ.A,* ^^_ »M.~ „ 4 ^ 1J " i: ^^lT I * - -"-•• -"- - • • * Sunday. who has been M school at st. Ven. Sr. Ilium fttf Ik short rvislwith the* to. Elizabeth Matetn and and brothers. Sunday dl the .IttttttittflUttb Within driving dls* home to spend the day at . Matetn and the children ,Wh& U* at hdftie; Mr. and Mrs. Jack SHernlan 6f Williams, Iowa; Mr. and M«. lifitt Matefn of Algona! Or. and ' -•"• s™ ^Ef' Henry Sherman, Mrs Ann Kunz, Eugene Loebig and Mr, and Mrs. »a G, Btuder and their families of Wesley, Entertained at Mason City. Mrs, Albert j Mumma visited Thurs. • ,day aaa-Friday at Mason City with hef friends-Miss KUth, Irons. Thurs. .day afternoon, Miss Irons entertained the n)6ftibe» of the Novel club in honor- Of Mrs. Mumma. Another guest Was Miss Juanell Middleton of Em* ttietsburg; The three girls'were soror- ' ,ltr sisters aad room mates at Iowa ' City while students at the university. Mrs. Mumma spent one day last week With Miss Middleton at Emmetsburg. Attend Commencement. Rev. and Mrs. c. H. Moore, Mrs Axel Johnson and Mrs. H. H. Schutter attended the commencement exercises at Buttalo Center last Thursday night. Kenneth Howe, son of Rv. and Mrs A. A. Howe, pastor of the M. E. church new'twelve years ago, was a member of the class as well as Cecil Schutter, granddaughter of Mrs. H. H. Schutter. 'Mrs. Schutter remained at the home of "her son until the following day when "he accompanied her home. To Tour In the West. Miss Magdalene Sartor of Titonka .visited one day last week with her friend, Miss Isabel Kerrlns at the telephone exchange.- Miss Sartor taught school .at Magnolia, Iowa, the past few years, and plans to leave Monday , with the Bonacker family for a trip \west, touring Oregon and Washington. 'She wfll seek employment there for the • : summer but plans to return hi the fall to 'continue her school work at 'Magnolia. ' : New Veterinarian for Wesley. Dr. Frank Bonnstetter of Humboldt /was in town Thursday making pre- •parations for opening up an office as veterinary doctor and surgeon. He has 'done considerable government work and comes to our midst highly recom- •'mended.-" .He is a married man and he, his wife and two children plan to move here this week. They will occupy the A. A Studer estate house In "the eastern part of Wesley. Graduate Goes to Bancroft. Miss Dorothy Haverly left for Ban• croft last week to take the place of •'Theresa Richter, who has been em- Ployed at the A. J. Fuch home. Miss 'Haverly Is a 19$0 high school graduate here while Miss Richter is a Ban: croft graduate at the parochial school. ;She;came home to spend the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Richter. Home for Summer. . Miss Lulu B. Moore is expected home . vice president; Mfs secretary and treasurer.' *«*„"-«. ** ans *° meet occasionally noons sumi nef for social after- to Teach Parochial School Marion Paulson arrived home from Minneapolis, where she her husband have been employed ^"'"""~i in the Evangelical Bib- u«=t««"T"'u Mf> p£lulson has left for Boston to be present at the annual convention of the Free church. Mrs. Paulson began i teaching parochial school at the Ole Flom school house Monday which will continue for two or three weeks. Anna Flom and Helen Funnemark are assistant teachers. Col. Mamma Visits OrnadsoM. *~°°l' Ml Ol Mumtaa of Des Moines spent the week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Braley. He came especially to visit his little grandson, Jerry, whose father, Albert J. Mumma te a lieutenant on the 0. s. Saratoga. Col. Mumma represents a New York bonding company and he has his headquarters at Des Moines. Hutchison Family Moves. Mrs. William Henderson and Mrs. Paul Erdman entertained at the former's home Friday afternoon at a farewell party for Mrs. Rea Hutchison, who left Monday with her children and household goods for Waterloo, where they will make their home. Mr. Hutchison has had employment there for the past year or more. Children's Day Program. The children's day program at the Methodist church will be given Sunday, June 15, Instead of June 8 on the regular children's day,due to the eighth being the nineteen hundredth anniversary of Pentecost. The .teachers of each Sunday School class are all busy preparing 'special numbers for the program. Mrs. Ed. Dolan visited the past week with her sister, Mrs. Robert Welter. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Looft and Allen spent Sunday with his mother at Ledyard. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward are the parents of a baby boy born to them last Thursday night. Mrs. Charles Krause left for Manly Saturday to visit a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Huhn. Miss Florence Hanson and her class of Junior girls in Sunday School held a picnic Tuesday night on the Han- shortly after this week to spend the .Bummer months with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Moore. She,, has 1 ""»of ..teaching,~ son lawn. Mrs. Oscar Erickson of Elmhurst, Illinois, spent last week visiting her aunts, the Misses Luella and Arabella McPherson. Jack F. Cruise returned home on Monday from Piano, Illinois, where he had gone to attend the funeral of a nephew, Frank Cruise. • Mrs. Raymond Hanson left for Burlington last Tuesday night to be present for the funeral of an uncle which took place on Thursday. A group of ladles of the Congregational Ladies' Aid have been gathering old clothing to be sent to the missionary field in South Africa: Miss Dorothy Hauptmari,.who.holds a stenographic poslton at Oharles_;oity, pompson, and broth®, Chauncey Abby. .ij^ 1 *»?* %6. Albert Hoffet and uer sister, Miss Hilda Ooeta drove up from Waterloo Sunday for & day's visit with the* parents, Mr. and W Aaton ooera!. Mr. and Mrs. L6ft Hanlg are the parents of a baby boy fiamed Donald born last Tuesday afternoon, Mrs John Oitnsby is attending mother and son. There will be a speclar program beginning at 9:46 a. m. at the centre* gatioftal church next Sunday In ob* servance of the nineteen hundredth anniversary orpentecost. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ward drove to Cedar Falls Monday to be present for the commencement exercises there that evening. Their daughter, Erma was one of the graduates. Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Funnemark drove to Northfield Saturday and returned home Sunday with their daughter, Helen, who has finished her freshman year at St. Olaf College. Mr. and Mrs. James Brennen and little daughter of Joliet, Illinois, came Friday for a brief visit at the homes of his sisters, Mrs. J. F. cooney and Mrs. L. H. Kent and families. Messrs. Albert and Charles John- soli Of Washington came Saturday for a vist with their .sister, Mrs. Theron Hanson. If they find employment they plan to stay all summer. - A boy the second, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Koppen at the Algona hospital last Saturday. Mrs. Koppen was Edna Hauptly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Jacob Hauptly. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Felt visited from Tuesday until Thursday with his mother, Mr.,. Mary Felt at Mason City. Miss Helen Angle of Hutchins is employed at the Felt home for several weeks, Mr, and Mrg. Vincent Kleinpeter came up -from Fort Dodge Sunday to spend a week visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Kleinpeter and with her folks, the Ritchles, at Ventura. Mrs. George Benner received word Saturday from Burt that her cousin, Mrs. Walter smith, had died following two strokes In quick succession. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon. ' ' ...•"'"". ' Mrs. Raymond Hanson, Shirley Ann, and Jackie, are at Burlington for an extended visit with her mother, Mrs. Mary Dahlene. She left a week ago to attend the funeral of an aunt, Mrs. Anderson.'";;;/ ';•':'".."':',J\,. •• : -' :..• • Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hurd and three children of Spencer called on Mrs. Nettle Turgesbn, Friday; :Mr. Kurd's parents and Mr.' and Mrs. Turgeson were rieTshbors wuth of Brftk about forty years ago, ! Mrs. Rea Hutchison was presented with an. enamel coffee pot as a gift I from the Ladies Aid last Wednesday at then* meeting at the Haynes home. The Hutchison family-left Monday for Waterloo. . ' v-Bprn to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Meurer at the Algona.hospital Thursday .'morning a seven pound baby girl. The little miss who has /dark hair and looks like her mother has been named Cheryll Ann. The P. C. and Elwood Haynes families held a family picnic at the Cal State Park Sunday. Mr. and Mrs George Aldrich and Mr. and Mrs. Hen- Announcing Our Formal Opening Saturday, June 7 *» wuw*4WQ*W£*M*W %fwa*v\ju nv \SIMJU,AGO \jivyt t* «ti .j ** , ^ ^JiS^Bfiffffite /n •\f»«w>.™«^s«ia (.*>! ".«._"_ii r '*.t hylsit4With''relatives} His--wife and i. junior high ouuuui • ab yjuimuufifflfW*; Taska. The following week sheiwill^KO • to Milwaukee to be present at the wedding of a daughter of a very close friend. Clnb Elects Officers^ The study club held their last meet- Ing of the study year at the home of Mrs. A. M. Lease. Officers for the m^haw^bM^herej.a^week. ^'B,XBte|(dlipj»itJ,on5wlth railroad company at Las Vegas, With each $1,00 or more, purchase we will give FREE a pair of BEAUTIFUL FANCY CANDLES Come in and see the New Dodge and Plyx mouth Cars and inspect our new quarters A Few Tire Specials 29x4,40 only $5,75 with TUBE FREE A few real bargains in used tires sizes 34x4, 32x4 and 29x5,00 A few used cars at real bargain prices Elbert Garage South of Court House Dodge and Plymouth Cars Twenty-Four spent several days last week at "Northwood with her sister, Mrs Elizabeth Clarke in a 'dental office at Fort Dodge. Mrs. John Hutchison, who has taught the Jack Crjjise school since the first make from it Everything You Want in Mileage \TILEAGE-Non-Skid-Com- •*•**• fort^-Confi^ence—or even sheer pride of ownership. Whatever feature you most desire in tires you can take in full measure from the Dual-Balloon, You may pick it for a single reason, but you will be served by all the features of super quality that have been built into it, (T When the be ft in tirey if now •o^jfT * etwy to tmy,why worry vlong with •&> U, anything le»t than the General? JJ Joe Greenberg ^BBP^P BW^w PP W^^ jflwpr l^p l^^pfll j^^H^^mpf -—- ^MBBik. -- - ^_ of March field a picnic for her pupils Wednesday which, brought this year's school work to a close. Miss Donna Cruise has signed a contract to teach the school next year, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Giddings, Milton and Marie Harris., and Mr. and Mrs. Eli Goodnow and.Emory enjoyed a family picnic at "the Call State Park at Algona on Memorial day. The Gld- dlngs. also attended Memorial services at the Call Opera House. Henry Welter returned Sunday from Los Angeles, California, where he has been employed as a chauffeur for a well-to-do family for the past three or four years. His sister, Delia, and friend, Mildred Benton, met him at Mason City-Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs, Gilbert Benschoter of Kanawha visited at the L, L. Lease home Sunday. Gilbert is the first base man on the Kanawha kitten ball team and a game was played in the afternoon with Wesley which resulted in a victory for the visiting team, Miss Louise Hauptly, who has been working at the Viggo Killsholm home, has resigned her position and will go to Algona shprtly to be with her sister, Mrs. Lawrence Koppen. Louise visited the Orthel home at Woden several days the latter part of the week, Alson Braley arrived home Saturday from Iowa City to spend a week with his parents before going to Forest City to spend the summer as Junior interne at the Dr. Irish hospital, Alson has was _._ p ._^, and ice cream-cones which'? treat of Father Wessling,', • ; Rev. and' Mrs. O. Thompson and ifamily of Thompson visited with.their friend, Mrs. Peter•Sfa>w,',last»,Frtday, Rev. Thompson,'who was, pastor of, the Congregational church here for many years, was transferred to Thompson last fall. Rev. Bernstein of Britt now serves the Wesley congregation. The Ladies' Aid mfet with Mrs. Haynes last Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. C. H. Moore was assistant hostess. The Aid decided to sponsor a moving picture film which will be shown in the near future. Mrs. Rea Hutchison was presented with a coffee pot as a remembrance gift from the Aid. •; Mrs^ Joe.Raf«n, Jr.< ! . . -, .. Mrs., Martin Blelch,«and baby of Titonka .spent ,- the part, week with, /her parents, Mr. ju^Mr^fienry Seller end and. help«&'her,mothe^with the house clanJn - *** . v „ Mrs. Rose Arndorfer, son. Herbert, daughter Lucille, and Mr. and Mrs Leo C. Miller and children of near Plum Creek spent last Wednesday at Mason City. **«*"« I*O «*• »»•«• *r "m-TTn^ AV^V* i Meter of Garner gave the addwss. Mesdames J. R. Heetland and George Heetland and daughters returned tc their homes Friday 'from Rochester Minnesota, where they had taken th little ones to the Mayo hospital treatment. one more year at the university before he will be graduated as an M. D. W. A, Drewelow of Omaha spent a greater part, of the past week with friends in Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. Drewelpw are both employed by a large insurance company at Omaha. Mrs. Drewelow is on an extensive trip' to Chicago and other eastern points. Miss Maybelle Sllfer of Waterloo spent from Thursday night until Sunday with her friend,, Miss Edna Johnson, Maybelle, who was stenographer and bookkeeper at the First National Bank here for five years, holds a position with an electric company at Waterloo. Word has been received here" that A. R, Conner, who has been operating a barber shop at Buffalo Center, since his return from California, last fall, has sold out, His plans for the future are not know here, His daughter, Evelyn, visited at the p. c. Haynea home last week, Eolith, Carlson and her friend, Forest Wells of Fayette, .arrived Saturday for a visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Gus Carlson. Her broth. ST. BENEDICT NEWS, i Joe Markle or near Bancroft spent last week with old friends here. Miss Adelaide Eisenbarth was a Sunday dinner guest at the A. J. Fehr home. Isador Eisenbarth is tne proud owner of a new Ford sedan purchased recently. Miss Estella Simons who has been employed near St. Joe, came home Sunday. Miss Marie Arndorfer and her father spent last Thursday at Titonka on business. Mr. and Mrs. Al Rosenmeyer drove to Kanawha and Clear Lake Sunday afternoon. Wm. Eich and Ben Recker attended a farmers' grain meeting at Algona last Thursday. Rev. B. H. Loeffelholtz left Sunday afternoon for Carroll and other points LAKOTA NEWS PENTON NEWS. let us tell you how to get the DUAL,Bolloan "T**» ™«^» tt ff* **v ww* *!tev*4i »»v* |/* w** er, parold, whp had been to visit her the past two weetaj. returned with them. Edith held a teaching position at Fayette the past year. The annua) school picnic of the St. Joseph's parocHlafl ediool w$s heJd M98day. About one hundred and forty children, teachers and parents en'—ed a pionj9 djanw at won, whic.h for a few days' visit. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Oashel of Mason City spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. John Huschka. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Daley and children spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Al Rosenmeyer, John Augustine of Bellview, Minnesota, came Memorial day to spend a few days with relatives here. Miss Bernadine Arndorfer of Chicago came Monday evening to attend the wedding on Wednesday of her brother, Emil and Dorothy Eisenbarth. Miss Amelia Arndorfer drove to Elmore last Tuesday to spend severa days with her sister, Mrs, Albert Carman. Mrs Leo C. Miller and children and Genevieve Arndorfer of Plum Creek spent Friday afternoon witi; Mrs. A J. Fehr. Mrs. Joe Hanig and daughter of Ackley came Friday to spend some time with their parents, Mr, and Mrs. Wm. Arndorfer. Mrs, Wm, Weiner has been quite 111 the past week. Marie Qrangenett is attending to the household duties during her illness. Mrs. Everett Steussy and children of Clear Laky came Sunday to spend several days at the home of her mother, Mrs. Josephine Roetumpyeif, Mrs. Louis Oarman and children and Mrs, Ben Dwen.ger and daughter of Air --T---P- TT-F-". ^ " TJt;pj"F 'jBBT^' ^^*m*9™<* '** **•' gona spent last Thursday at the home The dally vacation Bible school will begin June Oth. Mra. Ben Farrow was on the sick list several days last week. • Rev. P. O. Johnson spent the latter part of last week with relatives at Kanawha. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Park of Algona were here Sunday visiting at the Frank Miller home. The A. L. Sorensen family of Buffalo Center were here Memorial Day visiting relatives. Mrs. N. E. Noble enjoyed a visit over the week end from her son, W. S. Noble of Baraboo, Wisconsin. A. T. Buckels has been suffering considerable pain the past week, having a carbuncle on his left hand. Maynard Ukena, who has been studying music at Dubuque the past two years, arrived home last Thursday. J. H. Smith, wife' and two children came" up from Sac City Saturday for a short visit at the Ed. Thaves home. Judge Wells, who has charge of the farm occupied by the A. T. Buckels family, was down from. Minneapolis last Saturday. V. B. Tripp and his broth-in-law, Clarence Kelly, came up from Belolt, Kansas, last week to spend a few days with old friends. A baby girl arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Jansen on Friday, May 30. This is their second child, both being girls. • The George Mussman family drove to RieevUle, Sunday for a visit with relatives. Gage and Philip Mussman stayed for a two weeks' visit. Mrs. Carl Selbofd enjoyed an over Sunday visit from her daughter, Mrs. Gus Steenberg and husband of Baxter, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Mussman, Sr., arrived home Sunday from Riceville, where they had been to attend the commencement exercises of their granddaughter. Fred Schroeder, Ed. Underdahl, John Grlese and Louis Thaves returned to their homes Sundlay from northern Minnesota, where they had spent several days fishing. Victor Tripp of Belolt, Kansas, arrived here last week to spend the summer, with relatives and with his father, L. E. Tripp, who lives near Winnebago, Minnesota. John Altwegg and daughters, Ber- nlce and 2ada were over from Ruthven one day last week calling on James Altwegg, who Is employed at the Farm- era & Drovers Bank, Quite a large crowd attended the Philip Wander and R. D. Wersphan went Into Chicago with three cars o live stock last week. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Humphrey and Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Miller spent Sunday at Lake Okoboji. Adloph Larsen was taken to the McCreery hospital for an appendix operation last week Monday. Mail carrier S. E. Straley Is now taking his vacation. He will visit his parents in Indiana. Ed. Priebe is hauling mail for him. Wilfred Relmers and a friend of Des Moines spent Memorial Day at the home of Wilfred's parents, Mr, and Mrs. H. E. Reimers. Arthur, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Priebe, arrived home for the summer vacation on Friday. He has been a law student in the Lutheran College at Decorah this year. Playing a nice game of heads up base ball Fenton took Mallard's measure, 5 to 1 on the latter's diamond on Sunday. ,Jn when, two wr-.-.'.t&Mes and ,paw slants full mrqh ,„.; Reri M Vi _ l wn Chicks In order to clean up our last hatch we are offering chicks at reduced prices for this week. Wellendorf LECrHOBN FARM Algona, Iowa. Due to a high wind, fielding Memorial Day services that were held Phone 267 and our driver will call for die. Your landiy will be returned to you Spotlessly Clean; Everything Dry; All Flat Work Ironed Your househod linens and wearing apparel washed sweetly clean with rain-soft water and mild, pure soap. Everything dried, starch used where necessary, all flat work ironed and neatly folded, stockings, and bath towels fluffed softly smooth .ready to use. Kirsch's Laundry North Thorington l?honQ 267. WWWWWV&

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