The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 25, 1930 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, June 25, 1930
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fhg tipper Bes 3^oiifl6s-lt6|>ubii&aJi f Jutte 25,1930 , -4 . * « — "**" •** Port Dodc Friday looking after business matters ^ e tart?i« a 2 d ^* esiames E " s - sknIil 'S »* ld L * w ! lard Oreys °n were fishing a Mud Lake Sunday. , J$r- ftn £ Mrs - F red Pooch went to Minneapolis Saturday for a visit with Mrs. Pooch's parents. • Mary Schroeder of Armstrong Is visiting this week at the home of her aunts Mrs. Wm. Dau and Miss Elma Schroed- Mr. and Mrs. John Altman of Livermore are the parents of a son who ar- nved last week Tuesday at the Algona - hospital. . F. A. M. Frost and Mr. Bruens of . Wirock, Minnesota, spent Saturday night and Sunday at the home of Mr Frost here. Miss June Westberg left Sunday for her home In Minneapolis after a visit of a week with her friend, Mrs. T. F. O'Haire, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Barnes returned Triday to their home In Chicago After a short visit at the home of the former's sister, Mrs. George Elbert. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Norman and family are in Omaha this week visiting Mr. Norman's' sister. Mr. Norman is taking his vacation from the Modern Dry Cleaners. Mrs. A. B. Terry and small son, Ronald of Logan, returned to their home Sunday after a visit of two weeks with the former's mother, Mrs. Lura Sanders. Mr. Terry came after them. Mr. and Mrs. James Courtney and family and Mr. and Mrs. Walter • Schanle of Dows visited on Sunday at the W. E. Courtney home. James and W. 'E.- Courtney are brothers. Mr. and Mrs. Josep'n fiieser of Danver, Montana, are expected the last of the week for a visit with Algona relatives,and friends. They are making a Tew visits enroute to Algona. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Janvrin are the parents of a baby daughter Who arrived June 19. The baby was named Delores Jean. Mr. Janvriri is operator at the Northwestern freight depot Dr. and Mrs. Clare Clapsaddle and daughter drove up from St. Genevieve Missouri, last Thursday for a visit with relatives in Algona. They intend to go into Minesota fishing the latter part of this week. T. H. Holmes, Sr., returned Thursday from Ames where he had attended the short course and convention o. the cleaners and dyers; Mr. Holmes Is a member of the National Cleaners & Dyers Association. Little Jean Clayton, daughter of Mr and Mrs. A. E. Clayton and Mary Runchey, smalf daughter of Mr. and Mrs Wm. Runchey, of Cresco township, had their tonsils removed at the Algona hospital last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. c. S. Johnson and Mrs. Donald White, left Sunday In the Johnson car to take Mrs. White part way to • her home In Glendale California. Mrs. White had spent about a month in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dau and daughter, Evelyn, will leave Thursday for Davenport and Des Mofiiea, where they will spend a week. Mr. Dau is taking his vacation from the Kohlhaas Garage, where he Is an expert mechanic. Mr. and Mrs, Charles Hoffman came home Sunday from their:trip tp Dyers- •ille, and points in Illinois and Wisconsin. They were accompanied by Mrs. Hoffman's mother, Mrs. Nick Wlllger, and Charley's cousin, Peter Thllges, of St.'Joe. Miss Adele Herbst came Saturday for , visit at the home of her brother, oel, and with her aunt, Mrs.'O. T. Chubb. She will be here most of the ummer. She has been teaching home conomlcs in "the school at Iridio, Call- ornia, and will return there hi the all. Announcing Our Grand Opening With a Free Dance! At our New Location West of Court House Friday Evening, June 27 .'the iijter-v ior of this garage and we are moving in;the day after this dance. Come and see our new location. Everybody Welcome *> «• / Everybody FISHING CONTEST Just got hack from fishing trip in the northern waters. Found fishing good, the big ones are biting hard. Get yours and bring him in, enter the contest. You may win one of many prizes offered. Watch Window for Prize Display. Service by Sportman. SMITH'S BODS REELS BAITS LINES Heavy Duty 6'Ply Pual^Grip 4,50-20 4:50*21 4.75-19 95 for Ford Chevrolet Whippet Plymouth (Jet Our Special 4-ply Prices, too, Mrs. William Beipman 18 visiting her mother, Mrs. Herman Dau, this week. Jean Fawley of Sprlngville, Iowa, visited last week Tuesday at the t3. P. Specht home. Art Palls of loWa Palls visited at the homes of Mrs. Jessie and Hazel Dalziel Wednesday. Theodore Goeders has purchased a new sedan. He plans to drive through to California this fall. Mr. and Mrs. Hartshorn of Ledyard are visiting their son, Elmer, and family In Algona this Week. J. B. Blossom of Lltchfleld, Minnesota, and 0. H. Blossom of Burt were Algona visitors Monday. Billy Pletch, Small son of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Pletch, is having an attack of the measles this week. Attorney L. A. Winkel was a business visitor in Charles city Saturday. He was accompanied by C. A. Penton. Editor Ooleman and Hal Rogers of LuVerne were visitors in Algona yesterday and we enjoyed a short visit. Mrs. John Carney and daughter, Margaret of Tama visited the first of the week at the Martin Frankl home. Mrs. N. C. Bice came home Saturday from Des Moines and Eagle Grove, where she had been visiting the past week. Charles Johnson of Swea City, son of M. E. Johnson, who recently had an operation for appendicitis, Is able to be out. Mr. and Mrs. Marc Moore and children and Mrs. John Stelnmeta spent Sunday at Lakota,~ the guests of John Liesveld. Mrs. Cora Virgin and daughter, Thelma of Lincoln, Nebraska, are visiting the former's mother, Mrs. M. E. Worster, this week. Mrs. Harry Godden and children spent the week end, at Okbbojl with Mr. Godden's parents, while Mr. Godden was up north fishing. Vernon Reeves, who is employed on a farm near Wesley, spent Sunday with his wife and also visited With relatives at the G. E. Van Dorston home. /Mrs. Charles Lathrop accompanied Julius Johnson to Rochester Sunday to see her sister, Mrs. Johnson, who recently underwent an operation at the hospital. Dr. Lawrence Mosbach was an Algona visitor Monday. Larry recently was graduated from the. veterinary college at Ames and is how practicing at Humboldt. Eva Carpenter, a missionary to India will give an interesting talk on tier experiences in the missionary field Monday evening, June 30, at the Nazarene church. L. J. Specht and daughters, Alvertta and Vernie, of Elk River, Minnesota, visited at the C. F. Specht home on Monday and Tuesday. L. J. Specht and C. F. Specht' are brothers. Rev. and Mrs. I. F.'Metcalf have gone to Sioux-City and other towns n that vicinity and will make an ex- «nded. visit with friends. 'They plan to return home, via Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs.! E. P. Fuller arrived Saturday from San Diego for a visit with friends and. relatives. It Is three rears since Mr. Fuller left Algona and his many friends are glad to sec him. :Mr, Mrs.,'libu"" CrammoniJ of North Dakota,', Mrs. May Bruher of Des Moines and Mrs. Walter Scott of Ferry visited at the M. P. Weaver home/on Wednesday and Thursday of last week. ' Harry Godden'returned Sunday irom Wlnniblgbshish, Minnesota, where he had been fishing with a number of other Algona people, He reported good fisfilng, and brought home a nice bunch of fish. Carl Rpwe of Atlantic was a guest •at the Mrs. Elsie Cady home Wednesday. He was an American Express agent hero prior to W.~C. Good and has many friends here who were glad to see him. Mrs. John Steinmetz of Rlceville, Iowa, has been visiting her daughter. Mrs. Marc Moore'and family the past week. Mrs. Moore and children are returning with her this week and plan to be gone about a week. Mrs, Martha Potter went to Sac City Sunday evening with her son, Dr. L. R. Potter and family for a day's visit and also to visit with her son, Dr. L. D. at Sto'rm Lake. She will also visit with Mrs. Ray Miner at Merl- den and expects to be gone two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Anderson and children left Monday for a trip into northern Minnesota. They will stop at Lake Wobedo, a week and thence farther on and will return home by wav of Duluth. They plan to be gone a fortnight. Miss Mayme Betts accompanied them. G. D. Welhousen, one of_the well known and highly respected farmers of Titonka was in Algona the first of last week, and made the office a pleasant call. He and his family came "3own to attend the Methodist picnic which was held at the fair grounds. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Becker and the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A, C f Becker had a cottage at Ruthven from Friday until Sunday. The W. J. Becker family and the Chas. Kuchynka family drove to Ruthven Sunday and spent the day with them, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Barton and family returned to their home in Minneapolis Sunday., after a visit at the home of Mrs. Barton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J, Keen. Mrs. Barton and the children had been here about a week. Mr. Barton came after them on Sunday. Mr. andi Mrs. Paul Pelleymounter returned to Bancroft from Pomona. California, last week, They have been in California about a year and while they enjoyed the climate, business is very dull and Mr. Pelleymounter did not find work along his particular line of business which Is printing. The Pel- teymounters are very well known In Algona. Patients at the Kossuth hospital this week are Joe Hauptman of Wesley, who was operated on Sunday for appendicitis and Mrs. Dennis Wagoner of Llv- ermore, who underwent a major operation Monday. Dismissed patients are Mrs. Ernest Raney, who returned to her borne at Humboldt; Mrs. Wm. Welner, who was able to go to her home at Par with; Mrs. Bimer Haitcamp of Whit Mrs. Alvln Briggs ts visiting her par entts at Fairmont for a few weeks. Miss Mabel Thelin and Lawrence Ol son spent Sunday at Fairmont. Dr. W. t). Andrews is driving a new Poritiac coupe purchased last week, N. L. Cotton, the Lone Bock banker was a business visitor in Algona Mon day. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wheelock visltei with relatives at New Sharon last Sat urdey. Undertaker W. E. Laird Is at Mar shalltown this Week attending a con vention. Anton Strelt came home last Frida; after a two weeks' visit With a daughtr in Ashton, Iowa. Lelghton Misbach, Harold Clayton and Clifford Aalfs were Clear Lak Visitors on Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. Wm. Stahl. Mrs. Prat and Mrs. J. W. Dorrance of Burt wer Algona visitors Friday. Mr. and Mrs. G. Ray Smith spent few days last week visiting relative in Des Moines and Knoxvlllc. W. E. Ward, Algona's pioneer palnte and decorator is out again and able t work after several days of Illness. Mr. and Mrs. Ward McWhorter am daughter, Nancy of Clear Lake, wer Sunday visitors at the A. E. Clayto: home. ' Jay Barger was appointed postmaste at Lakota last week and Andrew • C Ries of RIngsted received his reappolnt ment. Dr. Kenefick.and son, Paul, spen several days this week In Minnesota looking after a farm owned by th doctor. Bernard Householder, a nephew o Heinle Stebritz, came last week from Mason City for a two weeks' visit with his uncle. Editor and Mrs. A. L. Anderson o RIngsted were visitors in Algona Mon day and Mr. 'Anderson made us t pleasant visit. Mrs. Kate Laughrln, sister of Miss Jennie Rlley, is spending a couple' of weeks with her niece, Mrs. Wm. H Ryno at Fort Dodge. C. W. Pearson, whb is "auto clerk in the county treasuer's office, is taking his vacation this week. He is working on his farm near Swea City. * Mrs. Charles Walker and granddaughter, Ida Halpin, left last Wednesday for Kings' Ferry, New York, for an extended visit with her son, Will. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Wolfe spent 'Sunday at the home of Ed's brother, John at Mankato, Minnesota. Irene Wolfe returned home with them for a visit. John Haggard drove to Fort Dodge on Monday and took part in the northern Iowa golf tournament which lasted ;hree days. Johni Is one of Algona's Dest golfers. Mrs. E. J. Rawson gave a talk at the Chas. Potter home to a group of women this afternoon. The talk was concerning her trip this 1 spring to the Ho}y Land. Miss Ruth Aken of Franklin, Tennessee, and an insrtuntor in the Knoxville, Tennessee, schools, is expected the latter part of the week for a visit at the George Hackman home, , Miss Frances Duhlgg of Emmetsburg was in Algona Wednesday of last week visiting friends, Miss Duhigg has been a member of-the Algona high-school faculty >for the' past-two years. '." The board .of supervisors were at Garner Tuesday holding a Joint meeting ith the supervisors of Hancock county. They were Vying to get a settlement on some joint drains in both counties. Prof. George Hackman, Jr., went to Mason City Tuesday to visit with Prof, D. J. Deneen of the University of Minnesota. The two worked together for several years in the schools at Superior, Wisconsin. .Evelyn Schwanke of Cedar Falls came Sunday for a week's visit at the Ed. Hansen home. Miss Schwanke is a niece of Mrs. Hansen. She will spend about a month visiting relatives in Algona, Whittemore and West Bend. Miss Bertha Johnson, auditor, Mrs. Laura -;: - -^~<-^jr^:?w'^%, ^,|*k, _ the county , the county recorder and the latter s daughter, Marie, drove to Des Molvies last Wednesday and attended a convention of county officials. -They came home last Friday. Holman Anderson came up from Waterloo where he is employed to take charge of the meat market while Anton Anderson is taking a vacation in northern Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. C. Herman accompanied Mr, and Mrs, Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Borchardt left Sunday by car for Herrington, Kansas, Mr. Borch'ardt's old home. They Intended to stay until the latter part of the month. They were to pick up Carl Borchardt In Carroll and he was to drive home with them, Andrew Funk and family moved back to Algona last week from Waterloo where they have been living the past two years. Mr. Funk will be employed at the Harry Sabin farm and will occupy the Sabin tenant house. He is a son of Mrs. Wm. Funk of Algona. Mrs. J. A. Freeh and Mr. and Mrs. Dore Freeh left Sunday for a few days' visit with relatives /in Waterloo and Cedar Falls They were to visit Mrs. A. J, Scholtz, a sister of Mrs. Freeh, in Waterloo and Mrs. H. H. Barger, a sister of J. A. Freeh in Cedar Falls. Angus Cotton, son of N. L. Cotton of Lone Rock, was a caller in Algona on Monday, He came from Chicago last Friday with his wife and family for a few-days' visit with his parents in Lone Rock. Angus owns a newspaper distributing agency in Chicago and is doing well. , Esther Lamuth built a sandwich stand on her father's property on Diagonal street last week and is already serving hot lunches and cold drinks. It will be known as "The Little Puritan." She will operate it until time for/ school to start in the fall when she will teach in the Whittemore schools. Mrs. O. Lprenz left Saturday for Fort Dodge where she planned to spend a few days with, her daughter, Mrs. Myron Hill. From Fort Dodge Mrs. Lorenz will go to Harja.n for a visit with her son, Bruno and family, and from ' i Council Bluffs to be a guest of ao?eo3o=w:o?a9ac^xx$m'c^^ BIG SALE OF Assortment of our regular $6.95 dresses to go during this sale at $3.94 New jacket type frocks and new flared skirt effects as well as many other styles, sizes 1 9 to 20 and 36 to 44. Some witjK 1 long sleeves. Over two hundred to chose from. Make your selections early at this price. Shantung Ensemble Dresses $8.95 All silk Shantung in all the new summer shades, long .sleeve , jackets, values up to $15,00 now to sell at $8.95: - . ' ••>.'„ Wash Frocks RLOOM'S ST -*-^- Family Outfitters big collarsi flared skirts; aizesil^to 0. E; Sweet is the new mechanic at the Helberg garage. M. P. Weaver drove to Nevada, Iowa, Sunday and brought back Mrs. Weaver, who has been in the sanitarium there 'or about two weeks. She is feeling much better. Julius Winkel came home from Ames recently where he has been -taking veterinary medicine. At present he is working on his father's farm and later he will work for Dr. L. W. Pox until ichool starts in the fall. G. Blassl is now managing the Council Oak grocery store. Mr. Blassl came here from Estherville about a month ago to take charge of the store after Chos. Kuchynka resigned. He is as- isted by Gervis Beard of Algona. Lois Inman of Estherville spent the week end in Algona as a guest of Mrs. Ann Fechner. she came to attend he reunion of the Miner family which was held at the State Park Saturday, Miss Inman was for several years mployed at the Algona Creamery. Ladies who chaperoned their hus- ands to the Clear Lake golf tournament Sunday and enjoyed an outing t the lake were: Mrs. Don Smith, •Irs. F, E. Kent, Mrs. Lee Nugent, tfrs. L. G. Nemmers, Mrs. Ralph Horlan, Mrs. Dana Paxson and Mrs. Tor- .el Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Taylor of Union ownship entertained a number of rela- ives at a family dinner Sunday. The uests were Mr, and Mrs. L. J. De- 3raw and daughters, Mabel and Milred, Frank Hoflus, Mr. and Mrs. Claud Dearchs and family, and Mr, and Mrs. , Dearchs. Mr. and Mrs. H. Pierce Witmer re- urned to their home in Des Moines unday after a visit at the home of itrs. Witmer's father, E. W. Lusby. Mrs. iVitmer had been in Algona since Tues- ay of last week. Mr. Witmer, who is Des Moines attorney., drove to Alona Saturday. J. J, Burda and Mart McMahon of Algona and Clem McMahon of Britt drove to Bayside Sunday where they attended, the rodeo. This was the first rodeo that Mr, Burda had attended, and he feels inclined to think that he wouldn't care to go very far to see another. Mrs. B. F. Reed came home Friday after spending the winter in California and the last few weeks with her daughter, Mrs. M. A. Stewart, at Yankton, South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart brought Mrs. Heed home, and will re- mato here-for a visit before returning to their home. Miss Lena Heajley came home on Thursday from Rochester, where she had Been to consult specialists in regard to her health, i She is being cared for at the home of her sister, Mrs. James Watt, south of town. Ruth Barton is taking her place ;al the Algona Sanitarium during tfcr 'illness. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schroeder and family of Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schroeder and family of Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Helmke of Swea City, Mr. and Mrs. P. Ehlers of Swea City, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dau and family of Algona and the former's mother, Mrs. Anna Dau, and Miss Elma Schroeder pf Algona enjoyed a family gathering and picnic tot the Call State Park Sunday. There were nineteen present. Mrs. Howard Platt has resigned-her position as bookkeeper for the Goeders Company to take effect July 1. She will be succeeded by Miss Inna Greiner. Mrs. Platt, who was before; her marriage, Miss Hazel Troutmani * has been cashier.for the Goeders Company for several years, and will be greatly missed by'her associates and friends. Irma has been doing stenographic work for the Godden Monument Company afternoons, : and f<&P,;p. ajsfrfass in the mornings. for the 4th We will Lave plenty of good home made ice cream on 'hand and can pack it for you. We are equipped with carry-out service. Celebrate the Fourth of July by having a generous supply of our delicious home made Ice Cream, Ice Cold Pop and Malt. At your service. THE ALGONQUIN CONFECTIONERY 101 East State Street VWrtWVVVVWV ry>•'- , . ~ ~ 'A & \ ^ :*•>> ,« ( ,,',*> i <• '',"-,-' • $&£..!&•.>*. ..-;.' • ,'V, ».».'?/•"' , t ( i t , •, S ^J T;—* ^ t ^ ^jf ^jfi-1" j, v ,1 *%.£.••** v^fe^ 'fl%J£ 1 £ J £^,£.g&fiaL/ i i4 f ,. '," fs j/?l if i , &ft^ -ft * .- 1

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