The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 18, 1930 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, June 18, 1930
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spent Sunday at Lake Crystal, Mlnne SEXfONNEWS fc*®**®^^ Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gcitiwi am* tJE' iSl/S? Bar !. and son of Algona a assftsTaSsS K °° a '"""" * TOl The Methodist are planning on dedi- Mr.-and Mrs. t? w a-..-,..- ,.,, ^"^heir hew basement on Sunday, where they"wiil spenTthe IJ}*?,* He !«nei l Hansen entertained the *™ Prtscilla club at her home Wednesday afternoon. EH. Kahl and G. A. Amelsberg were business visitors at Titonka and Algona Saturday. hJ^JteSS 0 . Yal<ds Inc '. bull ding and Mrs. L. p. Brethorst. The children of Mr. and Mrs. Theo W *"? and *«£ ™tt£ of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ol- S ° f the measles * - Prank Devary spent Saturday a «d Sunday with re- atives near Swea City last Week. They home B &t the Mack Wls * i Slmlth ™ last week visiting Winthrop, Iowa. Loraine, relatives at tarh ' August Klrschbaum and children, Kathryn and Leo, were Sunday evening callers at the home of of town* ° auge> southeas t Q unday Sexton drove after the , e church services here to the Children's Day program given by the children of the Wesley Sunday school. 01 i > John steil and . and Mrs. Joseph Arndorfer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ben 'Gould and famUy drove to the Call State Park n.^ picnic dinner. they took Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Hoover of Britt were Sunday guests with their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Hoover, - north of town. In the afternoon they ' ™? V \P, 1 i he ^ ome of thelr ' daughter, Mrs. Melvin Olsen. v Ruth Miller and Herman Wise drove to LuVerne Sunday morning to take ?? a £ ge .,, 0 £ tne church services at the Methodist church as Rev. Reyman was in charge of the services at the Methodist church in Algona for Rev. Hulse. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven, Her£""» & nd Nell Wise, Ruth Miller and Edith Greenfield attended the funeral of Donald Hulse, son of Rev Hulse pastor of the Methodist church In Algona, last week Thursday afternoon at Miss Loraine Smith returned home Sunday from a week's visit with relatives at Winterset. The members of the Adorn club and their famlles had a picnic at Tuttle Lake last Thursday. The City Oil Station is being decorated, with a new coat of paint. Fred Parker is doing the work. ntT ^ e ,iFl esb ^ e T lan Sunda y School pic nic will be held at the Delia M. Smith grove on Tuesday, June 17. Miss Emma Gutknecht and Fern Lewis attended a convention of the 4 H girls clubs at Ames last week. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schmltt of Gar rier were here last week Wednesday vis iting with relatives e,nd friends. R. E. Hamnquist returned home the fore part of the week from a short visit with relatives in Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Worley and Donald returned home Sunday evening from a visit with relatives at Mason City: Ralph Sturdivant of Lehigh, Iowa, spent a few days here last week at the home of his brother, Oran Sturdivant, and family. ' _Mrs. George Adams and daughter, Marjorie Ann, returned home last week from a two weeks at Charles City. About seventy-five visit with relatives children have the Methodist church there. Rev. W H. Lease conducted the services. A large crowd attended the Children s Day program at the Methodist church here Sunday evening. A number of Wesley people drove over to be present at the program Sunday even£& ™£ Children gave a pageaant, "The Glittering Gate," which was very pretty as they were all dressed as birds, rabbits and flowers. «, A "^oeHaneous shower was'held at the Sexton hall Saturday afternoon in honor of Catherine Downs of Wesley, who is to be married to Julius Seller June 24th at the St. Joseph church in Wesley. The bride-to-be * .received' manjf beautlftfl*pr«9<mtorBn* everyone had a Bervett to everyone. Catherine taught the Sexton school the past year. Rev. and Mrs. O H. Moore, Sexton and Wesley Methodist pastor, left on Monday morning in their car for a two weeks' vacation In Minnesota with their children and also with friends In Nebraska and South Dakota. They will be gone two Sundays. Rev. Nattress, who lives on the Morningside farm north of Wesley will take charge of the services here and at Wesley on Sunday morning and the Sexton gospel team will have charge of the services In the evening at Wesley. been In attendance at the daily vacation Bible school which has been In session the past week. Mrs. Eaken, who has been keeping .house for L. J. Needham, the past year! has returned after spending a few weeks with relatives at Sibley. The Hamnqulst family, who for the past seven or eight years have been living In the M. E. parsonage, will move into rooms in the former Cottage Ho- Julia M. Liesveldt, Emma Thaves and Miss Henrietta Klelst drove to Manly Sunday, where they took Mrs G F .Gump and son to take the train-for Omaha Mrs. George Gump and son, Stan ley and Miss H. Kleist and Julia M Liesveldt were entertained at dinner on Sunday at the home of Emma anc Louise Thaves. M vitr MM fit READ MAOSON & Gigantic' Price GREAT NEWS and PROFIT HANSON Cuttii Never Before and Never Again at These Prices $11.50 boys' suites, good quality, correct styles, two pants .$7.99 ^^^••••^•^^™ $23.50 young men's and men's suits, exceptional values, each suit - - - with two pants $10.50 high school suits, good pattern, correct styles, two pants $20.00 high school suits, wonderful values, each suit wtili two pants $14.99 $27.50 nice "snappy young men's and suits, with two pants, Oi a snap at Men's heavy weight blue denim overall, triple stitched High grade work pants with cuffs and belt loops -Walla,-WaSlilnKtonT-openW^ week here visiting at the home of Miss Henrietta Klelst and with other relatives and friends. Julia M. Liesveldt entertained at seven o'clock dinner Friday evening Mrs. G. F,. Gump and little son of Walla Walla, Washington, and Miss Henrietta Kleist and the Misses Emma and Louise LEDYAED NEWS. Mrs. R. J. Womaek was transacting business at Blue Earth Friday. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Engelby were callers at Fairmont Sunday afternoon. The M. E. Ladies' Aid society meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Norman Pingel. Mr. and Mrs. Ed, Halverson and children were shoppers at Fairmont on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. L. J, Worden and son were business callers at Swea City on Thursday. Buffalo Center played base ball here Sunday and Ledyard won with a score of 10 to IX. Mr.- and Mrs. Wm. Garry and children were business callers at Blue Earth Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Sam Welfare of East Chain were calling on relatives here last Monday. Thaves. Seventy-five old neighbors and mends attended a picnic at Wildwood Park at Charles City Sunday. Fourteen towns were represented. Mr. and Mrs E. R. Worjey and Donald of this place attended. Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Torine had as their guests at a picnic dinner Sunday Mrs. N. E. Noble, Mr. and Mrs. J. H Warburton, Rev. F. O. Johnson and Mr.' and Mrs. Rudolph McKlnney and daughter, Mary, Miss Julia M. Liesveldt and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Adams drove to Forest City Wednesday night, taking Wade H. Ball there to catch the train for Laredo Missouri, being called there by the serious illness of his father Kenwood work shirt, fast color, non-shrink Stylish blue work shirt, for dress or work $2.00 young men's dress caps, choice -,„„_,,.. $2.50 Young men's dress caps, only __, ; $2.00 Straw hats, all the "new shapes —-,„$1.35 Straw hats • now only , .1.19 1.19 89c _79c 1.49 1.89 1.59 98c J32.o0 \oung men's and men's suits, good rubrics and correct styles, two pants _ and Rayon dress socks, 25c value Pure Silk socks, 50c values Ladies' silk hose, $1.00 value, Run-Stop Ladies' silk hose, $1.50 value, full fashioned __. 50c fancy silk bow ties 75c fancy silk bow ties $1.00 fancy silk four- in-hand ties ___„ $1.50 fancy silk four- in-hand ties '„_ _19c .39c .69c 1.19 39c 59c 79c 1.29 Boy's dress shirt $1.10 value for _ Boys' dress shirt $1.50 value for Young- men's dress shirts, values $1.35 and up One broken lot shirts, values up to $2.75, choice of lot j ..1.29 J8c ..50c 169 $1.95 fancy dress shirts, beautiful patterns, fast colors __»^llw $2.25 Broadcloth 1 pajamas.' v <*"' ^ '^i'/awi \ guaranteed-fast color _-l' t^i*i I $2,00 Glover fast coior * pajamas, choice $2.00 White broadcloth shirts, wonderful values for ________ i s -^.^•Wi-l-Tr, if , ^^^^^m '••"^BTT"" »l""|U»i Kin i i •y M »»j—, r «, mi !• ..,».,.., uy That rourth of July Dress Shirts, Ties, Socks, Underwear, and Everything in the Stire/ Slaughtered for Quick Sale Madson & Hanson The Home of Better Clothes LONE BOCK NEWS. Mr. and Mrs. George Looft spent Sunday evening at the Glen Behse ~home at Swea City. Miss Mildred Vaughan is spending this week visiting at the Glen Bahse home near Swea City. Rev. and Mrs. Depping and son spent several days last week at Minneapolis attending a convention. Mrs. Jesse O'Keefe and daughter spent several days last week visitng with relatives at Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Stran and children spent several days last week visiting with relatives at Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs, Ed. Halverson and daughters spent Sunday evening at the Otis Midthune home near Elmore. Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson and daughter spent the week end here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Anderson. Elvln Carpenter returned last Monday from Cedar Rapids where he has been attending Coe College. He has one more year left. The Evangelical Ladies' Aid met on Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Ed. Christ. A large crowd was present and enjoyed the afternoon together. Mr, and Mrs. George Thompson and eons were callers at LuVerne Sunday and also attended the Thompson fam- Mr. and Mrs. Ai J. Rice went to Fort Dodge Saturday on business, MJss Ruth Householder began working at the G. A. Sharpe store last week. Mrs. E. M. Jensen and children went to Graettlnger Friday to visit with relatives. Miss Evelyn Miller of Sutherland visited at the Edward Bierstedt home last week, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Fischer of Des Moines visited with'relatives here on Saturday and Sunday. Miss Florence Yeager of Calmar, came last Tuesday to visit at the home of Mrs. Wm, Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. August Mielke of Whittemore visited at the F, A. Macumber home one day last week W, G. Flaig went to Des Moines on Friday to take treatments for his eyes. He returned home Sunday. Mrs. Jay Godden and daughter, Esther ,and Miss Vera Morris went to Algona Friday on business. August Lampe and Howard Bollig left Saturday morning for Pine River, Minnesota, for a few days' fishing. Mr. and Mrs, 0. O. Smith of Burt and a friend from Eldora were Sunday guefits at the John Kerr home. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Janv'rln and son went to Bancroft Saturday to visit with relatives, returning home on Sunday, Bernyce Roderick returned home on Monday after spending a week with her aunt, Mrs. Beryl Wirth of Cedar Falls, The Roderick Auto Company reports the sale of a Chevrolet coach to Roy Jensen and to Bernard O'Donnell last week. Mrs Fred Mohr of Waterloo and Miss Einqre Pompe <?f Lotts Qreefc visJtet} at ;he F. A. Macumber home last Wed- esday. Miss Harriet Fish left last Wednesday for Balaton, Minnesota, where she will spend two months with her aunt, Mrs. Towne. Maxine Kearns returned home on Sunday after spending a week with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dau of Algona. The Sprank & Flaig Implement Company reports the sale of a side delivery rake to Willis Cotton and P. M. Christensen last week. Miss Myrtle Hanna returned home last week Monday from Cedar Falls, where she was a graduate from the Iowa State Teachers' College this year. Harlan Blanchard and Miss Ruth Householder went to Cherokee Sunday to visit the sister of Mr. Blanchard, Mr. and Mrs. John Sones and family. A miscellaneous shower was held at the J. M. Blanchard' home Tuesday afternoon in honor of Miss Frieda and Marie Krause, who are to be married son. Hildreth and Woodrow Pettit, Clarence Macumber and Melvin Larsen went to Pine River, Minnesota, Friday, Where they will spend a few days fishing. Mr. and Mrs. John Thompson and family of Royal came Saturday to visit at the home of his brother, Andrew Thompson and wife, their home Sunday. They returned to Miss Ersel Blanchard and Chester Alme went to Cherokee Sunday to visit Miss Blanchard's sister, Mrs. John Sones. They returned home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Roderick and daughters, Margaret and Imogene, went to Clear Lake last Wednesday where Mr. Roderick had some business to attend to. Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton and Mrs. Cottons aunt, Mrs. Ada Williams of Rochester, Minnesota, drove to Wells, Minnesota, Monday to visit Mrs. Williams' daughter. Miss Lois White of Algona came last Friday to visit at the home, of her sister, Mrs. E. E. Kearns. Miss White has been attending school at Dubuaue for the past year, Hpward Blanchard who underwent an pBeration for appendicitis at the in Algona last week Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flaig and Mr. and Mrs. Chris Mortensen of Ringsted went to Denlson Friday to attend a state blacksmiths' convention, returning home Sunday. Rev, S. M. Gladstone left Monday morning to attend the American Sunday School Union conference, which Is being held at Scranton. He expects to return home Wednesday. "•Mr, and Mrs. Sebastian Mack of Minneapolis visited last week at the Al- >ert Hutchinson home. Lenora Hutchnson drove them home Friday and returned home Saturday night. About thirty-five relatives of Mrs Fred Genrich came Sunday to remind her of her birthday. They brought well filled baskets and ice cream. The relatives were from Humboldt, Algona and Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Weiner received word last week from Mr. and Mrs Fred Miller of Peoria, Illinois, announcing the arrival of a baby boy bora June 6. Mrs. Miller was formerly Miss Nellie Weiner. show Saturday night were: Gerald God den, $2.50 bank deposit; Reizine Pet tit, a finger wave; Gene Hofius, work shirt; Mrs. Hofius, two show tick eta, and a Hutchinson boy, a gallon o Algona, Iowa oil. The Bible School closed last Friday after a two weeks' session, A nlcnii in the church basement on nn , T l e lntentl °n was to have the Picnic at the Call State Park at Al- ™ s c .. . - -- account of the held at the church here. was Hanna ' oldest daughter of ~' George Hanna - will sail from New York July 3rd in company wh» h T 6 °^ er ins tmctors for Eurpoe where they will spend two months touring the foreign countries. Miss Han- SS.M? b £ en , one °' the instructors in the New York City schools for the past ton York 8nd expects to retura NCW sj®3&®ttya^^ IWHITTEMOEE NEWS. v®®*®®®^^ Frank Burke of Hartley visited Sunday with his father, Edward Burke. Anthony Schmitt, Sr., was in Dubuque i recently attending the funeral of a brother. h the'meksTes"' Kloock and hcr "ttle *"* "" '" rfo,f cJ Mrs ' Jerry Sullivan and daughters of Armstrong visited at the Henry Felder home Sunday. Mrs. Nell Farrell and- son, Guy, went °m IOW ? °^ y 8unday where the latter will enter the hospital for an operation. Plith 11 ? Mi i ler and dau ehter, Mary Elizabeth of Ledyard and Mrs. O'Toole whlttemore Sat- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Neiman and oft^Sv ? uth Bdwln of Sends here We< * end With Mr and Mrs. Fred Kortegast and two daughters of Racine, Wisconsin, are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs Herman Zumach. The two ladies are Mr, and Mrs. Rufus Drew and little daughter have gone to Estherville to reside. George Douglas of Rodman has taken charge of the main street oil station. Miss Augusta Haag, who has a beauty parlor in Centerville, South Dakota, drove home Sunday for a visit with her mother. She was accompanied by two cars of friends, nine young ladies and three young men making the trip. They returned to Centerville Monday. Monday, returned to Ws how Sunday feelJog fine. George Button and Mrs. Swain and Mrs. Lillian Worthington and daughters returned home last Wednesday after spending two weeks with Mrs. Harley Olson of Peoria, Illinois, a daughter of Mrs. Worthington, Miss Alice Angus went to Scranton Friday, where she will attend the American Sunday School Union conference, which will be held during the week. After the meeting Miss Angus will teach Bible school. The Cotton Blossom Singers, students from Piney Woods School, Piney WHITE'S Friday and Saturday Woods, church Mississippi, will here Thursday, sing in the June 26, at eight o'clock. Admission will be free but an offering will be accepted, Mr. and Mrs. George Pettit and son, Alton, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Priebe eft Tuesday morning for northern Minnesota, where they will fish and !dr. Pettit has some business to attend to. They expect to spend ft week there. Those who won the prtees at the SWEET PICKLES, quart jar for RED PITTED CHERRIES, No. 2 size SLICED APPLES, No. 10 size VAN CAMPS large bottle foi BLACK RASPBERRIES, No. 2 size ' RASPBERRIES, red or black No. 10 size , LOGANBERRIES, No. 10 size PINEAPPLE PRESERVES 5Ib. jar

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