The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 25, 1930 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, June 25, 1930
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The tipper Des Moines-Republican, June 26,1930 KOSSUTH COUNTY Kossuth Fair Grounds, Algona, Iowa 1111 DF MIIKr •UUIll. Free Attractions Fireworks Money Plan to Attend the Kossuth Celebration w^^^ PRINCE NELSON—The, most daring, super-human wire walker in the world—bar none. Has walked a wire across the Niagara Falls FIVE times—walked a wire 900 feet long from Sugar Loaf Mountain, 1950 feet high, at Bio de Janeiro, Brazil. Cold forced him to run the last hundred feet of the wire, and the Brazilians took their hats off in tribute to his supreme daring. MARRlOTlVTROUPE, Thee girls and a man in aerial stunts never before snowu in the west. They hare a high tower, on which an airplane is mounted In one of the acts a girlwhirls tie<J to the propeller, two girls hang from their teeth to the wings, and the man performs acrobatics ozuthe landing gear while the airplane whirls dizzily. These two acts alone are worth the price of admission. But there are other, acts. : FOUR MONTFORT SISTERS-in" a "musical act consisting of two accord- lans, a banjoist and a dancer in clever songs, novelties and dances. This act has. been booked for the big MarshaUtown Fair this fall. Be sure to see these girls. A GI3L REVUE—Something out of the ordinary in acts on the big stage in front of the ampitheatre. 6 WUWW^^ A Big Ball Game on the New Diamond ^ Algona vs, Bancroft in the afternoon Fast Horse Racing WJVWWWAfWWWWWU A loud speaker outfit will be stationed at the grandstand so everyone can hear .as well as see these acts. ' ' HUBERT DYER & COMPANY—A 100 percent comedy act. Two partners give a display that thrills while it amuses, and Dyer's face and figure, with silly and blank looks as he escapes injury by a miracle, start gales of laughter, and keep the spectators laughing. (Remember the loud speaker outfit will enable you to hear as well as see everything). The Algona Military Baud will give a concert in the afternoon and also in the evening. The band is one of the best bands in this part of the state. THE BIGGEST DISPLAY OF FIREWORKS ever shown here will be displayed at the evening performance. These fireworks will delight any lover of the spectacular in colored and flashing lights. - .•**- * V'" CONTINUOUS BOWERY DANCING to a good orchestra in the cool comfort* able Floral Hall. The biggest and bestfloor in Northern Iowa... ' ",«,"' "IV> ; Last Sunday. The many Algona friends of J. W. Bowman were shocked to hear of his death, last Sunday at the age of sixty- six years. He had been ill with intestinal flu for about one week and complications set in causing his death. "Oy" as he was f amilarly known was janitor of the Central school building for the past ten years and he was the friend of all the school children. He was a very efficient steam engineer. Mr. Bowman was a mason by trade and many of the sidewalks in Algona bear the name of Bowman Bros, as builders. He was honest and industrious and respected by all who knew him. The sympathy of the community goes out to the bereaved family. Josiah W. Bowman was born June 11, 1864, in Lanark, Illinois, and died at his home in Algona, June 22, 1930. He was the son of John and Margaret Bowman. The family moved to Grundy Center, Iowa, in 1886 and to Algona in 1890. On November 8, 1906, he was united in marriage to Cora Lashbrook in Algona. Beside his wife he leaves to mourn -three children, Mabel, Eunice and Everett,' all of Algona, two brothers, W. O. and Robert, both of Algona and one sister, Mrs. Jennie Allen of Oelwein, Iowa. Funeral services were held this afternoon (Wednesday) at two o'clock In the Baptist church in Algona of which Mr. Bowman was a faithful member. Rev. Prank H. Webster officiated. Burial was in Rlverview cemetery. Out of town relatives who attended the funeral were Edmund Burtis, Cedar Rapids; Lloyd Dowds, Spirit Lake; Frank Loomis, Humboldt; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bowman, Clarion; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dagget, Clarion and August-Muggins, Fort Dodge. German service Sunday with celebration of holy communion. Announcements for communion will be received Thursday afternoon and evening. Preparatory services begin at nine-thirty and regular services at ten o'clock. Corner North Wooster and East Mm street. H. Dubbe, pastor. Local K,pfC.'s Hold Election of Officers. At a recent meeting of the Knights of Columbus new officers were elected for the coming year. L. A. Winkel was re-elected grand knight; Dr. R. J. Thissen was elected' deputy grand knight; Father T. J. Daverh, chaplain; Paul Hum, reelected chancellor; Joe Bestenlehner, reelected recording secretary; E. J. McEvoy, reelected treasurer; E. P. Rahm, St. .Benedict, re-elected advocate; Charles Hoffman, re- elcted warden; E. C. McMahon, elected financial secretary; M. T. McGulre, reelected inside guard; John R. Gisch elected outside guard; Joe Holtzbauer reelected trustee and Arthur McGee was appointed lecturer by grand knight, L. A. Winkel. Algona has a live council and members take much interest in the chapter. The elections were formerly held in September but this year they were changed to June. The local council has a membership of approximately 300. McDonald's Back \) From Auto Trip. J. A. McDonald and, his mother, Mrs. Rebecca McDonald, came home last Wednesday after a ten day auto trip in Missouri and Kansas. Jim says the corn in Kansas is quite backward but the small grain is good. They saw the pipe line which is being run from Texas north probably to Omaha or farther. The pipe is thirty Inches in diameter and it costs $60,000 a mile to lay It. It has been rumored that this line might run near Spencer to Minneapolis. This Tells You Why it Brings Fuel Costs DOWN and Heating Efficiency UP! 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The following Algona Rotarlans are planning to attend the International Rotary convention at Qhicago next week: Mr. and Mrs. Al Palkenhainer, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Wehler, Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Towne, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lorenz, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Dewel, Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Bice, and I». E. Llnnan.. Mr. and Mrs. Dewel left last week and attended an editorial convention at Milwaukee. > Thursday' at tlie v Home of Mrs. Ruby Walker.' Roll call will £e answered;by "My Political Party and Why." This meeting was to have been held last week Thursday, but was. postponed due to the joint meeting of the clubs held at the State Park as described in another paragraph. : '" Herman Lindeman of Dakota City and Miss Mildred Robinson returned to the Robinson home last week Wednesday after spending a few days at the N. R. Robinson home at Spencer Mildred had dental work done while there. Mrs. Lindeman has been at the Robinson home since leaving the hos- pifal in Algona where she recently underwent an operation. IEVINGTON NEWS. FOUR CORNER NEWS| VXKSMtt^^ Several people of this community attended the airplane tour at Emmetsburg last Wednesday. Wm. Drayton is again able to be out after a siege of the pneumonia.. He is not able to do any work as yet. Dr. R. O. Sayers of Pairfeld spent a week ago Sunday at the Etna Mitchell home and returned- to Pairfield on Monday afternoon, Several from this community attended the Sunday School picnic at Algona last week Tuesday and reported a very Interesting program. The Pour Corner Young People's organization met Friday evening with Edna, Leona, LuElla and Melvin Walker, About sixty-five were present. Many games furnished entertainment on the lawn. Sandwiches, cake and fruit salad were served late in the evening, The Lloyd Potter family attended the Potter reunion which was held at the Call state park Sunday. A large crowd attended. The play "Coats and Petticoats," which was given at the jomt meeting of the Mothers and Daughters club, furnished part of 'the program, A few young people of this community spent Sunday evening at the Call State Park, Those present were loret- ta, Irene, Grace and Leonu Walker, Irene, Marine and Hazel Mitchell, or- ville Holdren, Geo»ga Brpesder, Ralph Albright, Quenttn Ujustrom, Arle Pitt- mer, Bernard Platt. Elizabeth, a slater nf George and Wm. 9 the Rich home Friday i Oeo?ge is (II. —- ' 8&388&XC^^ Mrs. George Simmons visited at the home or Mrs. Ida Riley Wednesday. Mrs. Ha Riley of this vicinity spent Sunday afternoon at the home of her sons, Arthur and Douglas, Mrs. John Prankl of Algona was a caller Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Blythe. Miss Helen Pitch of Bode spent Sunday afternoon at the home of her sister, Mrs. Robert Skilling and family. Mrs. A, M. Lemkee and daughter, Adel, of this vicinity spent Sunday evening at the home of Mrs. U. B. Frankl. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dole and family spent Sunday evening at the home of Mrs. Dole's sister, Mrs. Frank Skilling of Algona, Miss Helen Frankl of Algona spen a few days the past week at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs David Blythe. Mr and Mrs. Erby Benson of Buffalo Center spent Saturday and Sunday al the home of Erby's sister, Mrs. Paul Hudson and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Ditsworth and family of Hobarton spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ditsworth and family, Mr and Mrs. Robert Spurgeon and family of this vicinity spent Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dole and family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry . Lofing and little daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Phelin Grobe, all of Mason City, spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mack McLean. , Annabelle Bordwell of Livermore, who has been spending the past week at the home of her sister, Mrs. Douglas Riley, returned to her home Friday afternoon. The missionary tea met Friday at the church. A program was given by Mr.-and'Mip; Ed. 1 Wolf'Of-this vicinity motored to Mankato, Minnesota, Sunday to spend the day at the home of Ed's, brother, John Wolfe, and fam- lly, Irene, daughter of- Mr. and Mrs. John Wolfe accompanied, them home; Sunday and she will visit for some tiine. ' Miss Clara King of Whlttemore has been visiting the past week at the home of her cousin, Miss Cecil Thornton. She will remain here until Cecil's mother, s;' FratiK "Tnorntoa, re from Sioux; City, next week, "where v has been visiting her parents, Mr. 'and Mrs. Henry-Shipley. - ' - Ptck Wilson' Mrs. Rosa Spurgeon and, daughter, Mt}dred' and Mr, and Mrs, Wm. Rutledge motored to Waldorf, Minnesota,'\Sunday, where they spent the'4ay ( at;tiM home of Mr. and Mrs. Buttedge'4'*dau 1 ghter f Mrs. Dell Barker and family, They' returned home Sunday evening. Of the little children of the Sunday School classes for the entertainment, Lunch was served later in the - Mr, and Mrs. Raymond King and fcjgjjy of Whlttemore and Mr. »nd Mrs, ieward Thornton and son, Roland Of Ejjmetsbvrg spent Sunday «t the # Mr. and MIS. Fran* Thorn- and. family, JUDGE ITS VALUE If you consider good vatue an important factor in judging a motor car, you will be pleased with all the things Oldsmoblle offers at moderate price. Smart, roomy bodies by Fisher... excellent all-round performance—with acceleration, power, and speed for every requirement... comfort and ease of handling that contribute to driving satisfaction , .'. features and conveniences characteristic of higher priced cars. And in addition to these things is Oldsmobile's well- known dependability—definite assurance that this car will serve you long and well. Come in and see Oldsmobile and drive it. Judge its value. Then you'll know why thousands everywhere are turning to this fine car of low price. 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