The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 18, 1930 · Page 4
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flie JgfeperPas jtoineg.llepttblican, Jtma IS, 1930 Ah- Tour to Slop Hefts- Splendid cooperation on the of the Wesley Community Ctob „„«, assures Wesley of the vttit of over third part Clarence and Claire, twin sons of Mr and Mrs. W. E, Trafford and Donald Lewis Eden. A collection was taken up which will go towards the Metho, , ^ .--- —- w,uu . "**t perpetual fund for help to college annual air tour of the state of Iowa, students who need to borrow money to to arrive here Wednesday morning at further their education. Til«rt-tM»4t» n**lA«i. Wpttrm** • * half mile Nearly three hundred attended the parish Moihes, and Mr. and Mrs Carl Fritz and family. bwe to ftes Molhe**- Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Haynes, Hafley, Martha and Evelyn Haynes drove to Randalift last Thursday to visit with Mr. Haynes' sister, Mrs. Leona Wright- Arthur. From there they drove to Des Moines on Friday to get Mrs. HiA'trviaa* **1 •*(•**• T *..!-»— »»- i - ^ _. ... * . <. the Sunday services at th6 Methodist} church Sunday In the absence of Rev* C. H. Moore. A gospel team from Sexton will have charge of the evening services at eight o'ctoek. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft entertained her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Johanhesen and her brothers and sis* and their families of Bancroft at i, aum Hanson, who is Sunday dinner, there Were twenty relatives present. to attend as in former eaM? tffi at* Parochial school ^un^ Sunday Ihl tractions promise to be, even foetteH entertainment forthe afternoon con- than ever. There is absolutely ho Misted of two ball games played by the •charge made for entrance to the air- single men from north of the track versus a team of single men from south f the tracks. The north side proved to be the winners. This group played a team of married men in a second and refreshment stands will be oh the grounds to take care of the «rowd. The planes are scheduled to leave here at one o'clock p. hi. for Emmetsburg. John A. Hauptmann, local pilot, is one of the entrants in the air thl r- 0 i tf* l°t and ° ream to ceieoranis. derby and left Sunday for Des Moines. Daughters lodge had charge of a stand Car Burns In Garage— The Wesley flre department was call «d out Monday morning at fo'ur-flftwii " ° ne ° f the two cara !? r ? se ^ was ^ used ' " ls i ^« M - M the r»r completely. The other rnm T f" remo j ed before it became a 6 " WM com- employed at the telephone exchange ?ss them homa ** *.«*-. *»• j"** w ™5? * un ! flnd son ' **»«». d *** father ' Ed ^ rd Bfa to left ^ or *, Mftdiso ?' F«5h8la, to » the Mlsses Fidelia arid Madel- I" 6 Kunz> who ar6 employed there for Marie and Ruth, came up from Des e . s , ummef ' Thev attended Edge* Moines Saturday and visited Until J* J unlor college there the past year. Tuesday with her mother, Mrs. Anna Mr ' . B rady wiu go on to Chicago to Kuhz, brother, Julius and Henry, and bal1 same which resulted in a victory M!, pend ., som l tlme wlth hls sons ahd other relatives and friends. for the married men The Catholic dau & ht «, Florence. iflVyffltttf^ VICTORY Mrs A. R, Corey and daughters, Jean Entertains at Dinner- Mrs - Peter E - Skow entertained the tr.embers of her immediate family to a dinner Sunday in honor of their old HnnnstPttPi- ntid are now nicely settled in the A. A. Studer residence on East street. Mr. Bonnstetter comes from Humboldt where he was a practicing 'veterinarian. His [ Birthday Picnic— , Mrs Axel Johnson returned Friday 8 ^ en stow* Mr Srt M« sno= from Burt - where she 8 P ent ° week at and Mrs ^T^nn P O , ^ „ ? the home of her nlece - Mrs - Relb ' antj er house. The was about her Wrthday and arranged for a pic- Wo Bt the cal1 state Park. Those who were in the party Included, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Nelson. Alfred Jr., and Helen; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hanson, Shirley Ann and Jackie; Mr. SAL To Celebrate Our Eleventh Straight Victory at Indianapolis Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Harris, Geo. caught I and Inez and the honored guest, Mrs. ind two age was done Hold Miscellaneous Shower- 5 undred friends of Cath- their families. Goes to Iowa City- Druggist and Mrs. H. J. Braley took r, Mrs. Albert Mumma, . Jerry, to Iowa City on Thursday where she will visit a week before going to Long Beach, Califor- who is a lieutenant Saratoga, was on a hoff. Mrs. Johnson has had considerable pain and trouble with one of her. feet, being unable to wear a shoe for the past four weeks. Banns of the approaching marriage of Miss Rose Hauptmann, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lou Hauptmann, to James Haverly were published for the second time at the St. Joseph's church Sunday. Their wedding will take place the last week in June, Visits In Weslev- Mr . and ^ ^ p . UWenhake r - two children of Menominee, Wisconsin, ,, , - „, _ „ , Downs, from Algona, St. Benedict, came Sunday to visit until Thursday Elccted vlce President— i, M xtor - anc ' Wesley met at the with Uhlenhake and Daughan rela- J - T. Meurer, local harness dealer, , f u tw °- th lrty Saturday af- tives. John has moved from Stock- and F. H. Shackelford of Algona, came ™« 11 £ r MJss Downs with a I holm to Menominee in the past month h{ "ne Friday from Des Moines, where miscellaneous shower. The afternoon I and is affiliated with a bank there, they had spent three days at the state was pleasantly spent in visiting and though he still holds interest in the harness dealers' convention. Mr. >Meur- cago insurance company. ™>™ i I 4.1 f good thinBS to eat Stockholm bank and is there one day er was elected to the vice presidency Ruschfl Qf Bpttag , UUt MtssourJi visited Thursday and Friday at the Nathan Studer home. The two families became acquainted about thirty-five years ago when Mr. Studer and Emma were in Springfield for their health, He is employed as auditor for a Chi- •were served to the guests hi cafeteria style. The honored guest recevied an enormous number of beatlful and useful gifts for her- new home. Miss Downs will become the bride of Julius Seller June 25, at St. Joseph's church nere. A large wedding dance is plan- hall f ° r thSt n ' Cht at the KIeln P eter IMToves to Wesley- Mr, and Mrs. Alfred Erdman and a week. John was at one time the of the organization for the coming year two children moved from Curlew to Wesley last Thursday and will live with Tier mother, Mrs. Kate Kennedy. Alfred, who was assistant manager of the James A. Smith Lumber Company here for several years, moved to Cur- Jew seven years ago, where he held the position as manager of the Royal Lumber Company. He comes to Wesley as one of the old boys again, to accept the managership of the James A. Smith lumber Company, filling the place vacated by B. E. Norton, of Algona, who has resigned. Mr. Norton made many friends here in the four years he has managed the lumber yard, who greatly regret his going away. . Children's Day Program— - .The Methodist church as filled with ychurdh Attendants Sunday who were ^.-specially Savored with a fine Children's j'oungest cashier in the state of Wisconsin. Held Picnic at Goldfield— Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hanson and Orville Moore and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Giddings drove to- Goldfield Sunday, where they met with the Stanley Conklin family of Webster City for a picnic at the Goldfield park. Ruth Conklin and Abbie Conklin are home on a visit. Ruth is a nurse at the St. Luke hospital in Chicago and Abbie teaches in Des Moines. Mr. Conklin Is | a brother of Mrs. Hanson. Nuns Go to Convent—The Sisters, who had charge of the instruction of the St. Joseph's parochial school, have all gone to the convent at Milwaukee for the summer months. Sister Lydia and Sister Con- Lavlntia, Sister Ethelberg, Sister Gervase and Sister Luke left Sunday night. Sister Cecelia, who had been here on a brief visit accompanied them to Mil-1 waukee Sunday night. Hold Reunion— and is receiving hearty congratulations from his fellow townsmen. Mr. and Mrs. Theron Hanson drove } Mason City Wednesday to spend the day. A baby boy came Thursday to gladden the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ludwig. Carl Starquist left Sunday night for Chicago where he expects to visit with a brother. Miss Marvel Braley of Brltt visited several days last week at the H J [ Braley home. Mrs. Axel Johnson and daughter, Edna, were guests Sunday at the Frank Schrieber home MJss Helen Nelson with her brother north of Hutchins. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thissen of Barnum spent Sunday and Monday with B. company, of the past week, Chas. Hyde and daughters, Nellie and Edith of Norfolk, Nebraska, left Monday for a two weeks' vacation at Rush Lake near Ottertail, Minnesota, where they have a cottage for occupancy. Miss Grace Looft arrived home on Saturday from Waterloo where she was enrolled in a course of banking at the A reunion of the N. E. Hansen family was'held; Sunday at .the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Fritz,' near Tlton- ka. , Those ,who were present were I ctesseRj The Mrs. N. E. Hanson, Marie'and Harold, '/.oT^dlaloguesuMr.;aad' K Mrs., Lawrence Hanson 1 of [Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood m? her parents, the Ed. Hauptmanns. Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Moore attend ed Hl e funeral of Donald Hulse held for the summer months. Margaret will again teach In the home economics department in the Winthrop high school. The Misses Viva and Virgie Duvale of Mason City visited Sunday with their mother, Mrs. Charles Landers, and family. They brought Mr. Landers a gift In recognition of Father's Day. The girls are employed at Mason City, one holding a position at Deckers plant and the other is employed as a musician Best Values on KT T*' INew Tures Special Allowance on Your Old Tie ts Every driver in the IndianapoliB 5QO-mlte Endurance Race selected his own tiiiesj and! f or tB:e llth consecutive year every winner rode on Mirestone Gum- Dipped tires; , The Firestone Tires used-dh this' race are the same 6.00" and 7.00" tires Firestone builds for every day service. .The only difference is in the^ tread. The Gum-Dipped Cord construction is the same. tires are the Firestone Heavy-Duty Buffoon. Both Win Again Are you taking a vacation this Summer? Be Sure Your Vacation Togs Are in Readiness Now is the time to have them cleaned, pressed and repaired if necessary for your summer jaunt. Dainty summer dresses, sport togs, suits, coats and other garments cleaned for your satisfaction. White flannels should be cleaned regularly. Send us yours this week. Include neckties. Phone 537 and have our driver call for your garments. FOR SERVICE Send your garments to the Modern Dry Cleaners (tXXW^&XXG^ 'Come to Northwest Iowa's Great CELEBRATION Exposition Park—Fair Grounds FORT DODGE jm th JULY ^^ LEGION DAY A full day of fun for the family. At 10 a. in. BASEBALL Buncombe vs. Palmer 2:24 Pace RACES 2:24 Trot Four Acts VAUDEVILLE Aft. Eve Fireworks Afternoon and Evening .County running race, motorcycle race, King's Band, Legion Drum Corps, Auxiliary Drill Team. Rides, Amusements, Concessions, Roller skating, Dancing, Swimming. Auspices Fort Dodge American Legion Post, 130, Inc. , last Thursday at the Algona Methodis church. Toni Elson and his mother of Granite Falls, Minnesota, visited over Saturday and Sunday with his sister, Mrs Ben Hopkins. two/tables of bridge Monday afternoon. Mrs. Anna M. Kunz held high score and won first prize. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schutter and family of Buffalo Center were Sunday dinner guests at the home of his sister, Mrs. Bertha Looft. Mrs. Bertha Looft entertained three tables of bridge last Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Albert J. Mumma received the prize, having the high score. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Sprout and their daughter, PerneaU of Fergus IF^Uet, came Saturday for a several days' visit with the Ihno A. Gerdes family. The summer Bible school which has been held at the Ole Plom school with Mrs. Marion Paulson as instructor, will close Friday evening with a program. Mrs. Charles Krans and son, Chas. returned Sunday from Manly where- they had been two weeks visiting with Mr. and Mrs^ Gfeorge her parents, Huhn. Mrs. Ruth Kunz entertained a group Of twenty ladies at bridge last Wednesday afternoon. Miss Susie Pfeff- ner held high score and was awarded the prize. The ladies' aid plans to hold a food and bake sale at the Kraus store next Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Ernest Hutchison and Mrs. Alfred Nelson will'be in charge. Mr. and Mrs. John Carlson are at Falrfield and Burlington for a two weeks' visit with relatives and friends Mrs. Carlson's childhood home is at Fairfield. It is reported that the rain of Friday was so great a nature that much damage was done to the crops in this vicinity. Especially is that true in the low places. Miss Dorothy Hauptmann spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hauptman, and her visiting sister, Sister Herminegtld. She Is employed at Charles City. Miss Margaret Looft left Tuesday for Calmar to visit a week with girl friends. She expected to go on to Minneapolis for ft visit with other friends before her return home. f^ofn^i 1516 Gray Presented a check of $25.00 to the Wesley flre department Monday morning in appreciation of their timely services at the fire on her farm early that morning. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Brass and Mr and Mrs. Dennis Wagner of the Irv- Ington neighborhood, and Mr. and Mrs Nick Meurer of Plover, visited Sunday at the J. T. Meurer home. The Misses Evelyn and Martha Haynes will leave Saturday, June 28 for Lake Forest, Wisconsin, where they ..HIi wor ij at ft summer resort Tne will girls had employment there last year also. Misses Mildred and Virginia Benton entertained the Misses Kathryn and Phyllis Cruise, Edith Welter, Beverly Kerrins and Florence Reno at a six- thirty dinner party at their home on Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kunz and Ivyl Marie, lett Sunday for Minneapolis to visit their son, Clare. From there they will spend the next two weeks on a camping trip through northern Minnesota and Wisconsin. L. A. B. Nattress will have charge of Mr. and Mrs. -Frank CInkle and two children visited with friends here en- route from their home In Sioux Falls to Plymouth to spend a weefe with his parents. Frank has been connected with a new bank In SIcux Fans for the past three years. He was bookkeeper at the Exchange State Bank here for several years about seven or eight years ago; SENECA NEWS Dorcella Jenson is working for her aunt, Mrs. Roy Cbrfetensen. Doris Jensen spent the week end with her cousin, Harriet Jensen. Harold Goetsch is plowing corn for Paul Saxton northeast of Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Osborn and children spent Sunday at the Wm. Osborns. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Crowley and family spent Sunday at the Henry Klein home. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Nielsen spent last week visiting relatives and friends at Dennlson. Mrs. B. O. Sande is enjoying a visit from her sister, Miss Osmundson of North Dakota this week. Margaret Crowley spent Thursday and Friday of last week helping her grandmother, Mrs. Anna Klein, Earl Wear of Marshalltown, Minnesota, spent Sunday and Sunday night with his parents, Mr. an d Mrs. James Wear, Larkln Osborn, who is employed in a garage in Winnebago, Minnesota, spent Sunday at the home of his parents, the Wm. Osborns. Mrs. Charelon and Mrs. Orvick of Lone Rock will be hostess to the Norwegian Ladies' Aid Thursday, June 20 at the Charelon home. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Osborn and son, Marion, Mrs. Charles Osborn and daughter, Marjory and Mrs. Wilbert Richmond of Armstrong were Fairmont -hoppers Friday. M. R. Bakkie and family of Des koines, Lucille Reed and oon of Mai- ard and Melva Bakkie of St. Louis, were Sunday caller on friends and re- atives in Seneca. Maynard Hoeck, five year old son of r. and Mrs. Henry Hoeck, is spend- ng the summer with his grandparents, he Thor Brightens. Mrs. Hoeck is working In Des Moines. R. L. Rossman helped the O. R Pattersons catch up with their corn plowing as he plowed for them three days last week. Mr. Patterson was in Jot Springs, South Dakota, taking Teatment for rheumatism. He returned home Thursday feeling somewhat Improved. The Willing Worker society presented Miss Gladys Thompson with a Bible mich contained verses of the scripture o be read each day. The presentation r this book is a customary affair when sne of the members of the society plans Victory Sale To celebrate this victory we are making a special trade-in aUowanee on used tires for ten days. Enjoy the same safety and tire endurance that champions demand. Put on a set of new Firestone Heavy Duty Balloons. Special Bargains Along with every new tire and tube being put into this saley we are going to close out on all of pur used tires. These cover a range of aH s&es in balloons. , <MHt?*iiwer<!< \- •. iytnf Get a good spare. Throw away tliat tire> witfr am tmsigntly hole or boot in it. Tire Service CO. Vic Lowe Washing Vulcanizing Phone S&SL Battariaa Brake Service Glen McMurray 100% Alemiteing o leave. A lunch was served by the members. The German Lutherans of the Lotts Oreek neighborhood held their annual ihurch picnic in the Mittag grove re- lently, A number of people in this vl- inity attended. They reported a good irae, the biggest attraction of the day >eing the base ball game between Fenon and Lotts Creek. Lotts Creek won he game with the decided scpre of 5 o 0, The young people of this community ilanned a surprise shower for Miss Jladys Thompson one evening the past week. The rain storm of the evening omewhat spoiled their plans but nev- "-"--'"" " ' ' attended. Thompson received many beautiful and useful gifts. Everyone reported a very good time.in spite of the disagreeable weather. Rev. B. O. Sande has been holding his annual church school at the Norwegian Lutheran church. About twenty were enrolled. Leona Jensen is staying with her grandmother", Mrsj Jennie Jensen, Edward Funnemark of Wesley is staying with Rev. Sande and Perry Jensen of Fenton Is staying with his grandparents, the Hans Jensens, and all are attending the school. Mr. and Mrs. John Osborn and daughter, Pauline, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Osborn and Henry Lindsay of Fenton attended the Children's Day execises at the Methodist church in Armstrong Sunday forenoon. They had dinner at the Wm. Brown home near Armstrong and attended the laying of the church corner stone for the new Methodist church hi Armstrong. Dr. Lease, Rev, Carver and Rev. Mitchell, local pastor, gave the addresses of the afternoon. A surprise shower was given hi honor of Miss Gladys Thompson in connection with the Lutheran Ladies' Aid meeting held last week Thursday at the C. M, Thompson home. Miss Thompson was presented with many beautiful gifts, among them was a chest of silver~ware given by the members of the Ladies' Aid and other neighbors and friends. Miss Thompson was surely surprised. These gifts were only tokens of appreciation for the work she has done for the Ladles' Aid and the church. Representative and Mrs. J. H. Jensen entertained as guests Sunday for dinner: Senator.and Mrs. George W. Patterson of near Burt; Representative and Mrs. Helgason and family of near Armstrong, Representative and Mrs, Frances Johnson of Dickinson county, and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jensen and children of Fenton. Mr. Jensen was a member of the Iowa legislature last term and has been again nominated for this term. His guests were some of the many friends he made during his stay In Des Moines. Friends of V. G, Jacobs and family were surprised to learn that they are moving to Arkansas to operate a plantation owned by Mrs. Jacob's father. Mr. Jacobs was superintendent of the Seneca school before Mr. Rossman received the position. The Jacobs have spent the past two years at Garfield, Iqwa, where Mr. Jacobs has been superintendent of the schools. Everyone hopes they are happy hi their new home, but wish it was a little closer to their old friends, as the Jacobs were well thought of In Seneca, Lakota Golfers Play the Algona Course. EdL Thaves. and; fate Mend, (Fred Schroeder, well known Lakota business men came, down Sunday and played the Algona Country Club golf course. They.axe crack players from the north end, golf club and made a good record over the Algona course which Is much rougher and more difficult. The north end course is out of commission at present on account of the paving on Number Nine highway being laJd through the north part of their grounds.. However, it Is thought a settlement of the damage will soon be made and some ground to the west of the present course will be added to the links and play resumed later to the ;«'? ie , llor " end club - to under- to be in a . Bancroft, Lakota, Swea City and Led yard. First Lutheran Church. Sunday School at ten a. m. Morn- Ing worship at ten-forty-flve. The Dorcas society will have an Ice cream social on the church lawn on Wednesday evening, June 25. P™*™™^^ Where friends meet To Greet And Have a Treat Our home made ice cream Those delicious Sundaes Ice Cream Sodas Sparkling Ice Cold Drinks ° U Algonquin L. 1 _^ — i. ^? A. • £*i , wHlP 101 East State Street Algorm, Iowa,

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