The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 2, 1930 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, July 2, 1930
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The TTpper DOB Moinea-SepubHcan, ^7 Items *iii ttiwtlflft at e Wfflfi. A Miu'durctict wBl be held »| IfiWtl&kffll bfl ' 6fid Mf. a«d Mf8. W. E. liter, Gladys, w^re falftnofife Mi% Kate Newel, Mrs. J. F. tfewfcl afid daughter, Miss Irene, wefe " boldt visitors Friday. _- M«. f , K Weisbroi afid Son, aa Malted Friday at the F. J. Welsbfod and Wfli. Volgt fadmeB. Mrs. A. T. WWtloW attd children W«?e at tee; home ^ttf hef father, MiM Edna Laurlteen spefit Beveral days last week at the home bf Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cornelius. ,. , The JR. 0, Goetsch home la receiving a new ,cbat of paint this week, Ham Newby is doing the work. A. P. Peterson left Wednesday evening for Des Molnes where he will Visit • at the Hugo Stark home. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Welsbrod were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Weisbrod. Mr, and Mrs. Charles Lauritzen spent Wednesday at the home,of Mr., and Mrs. carl Petersbt|«in Betteca. 'Victor Johnson of Radcliae has been spending the past week at the home of hia sister, Mrs. B. D. Belken. , Mr. and Mrs. F. O.. Bailey entertained Francis, Marjorie, John and Donnajean Bailey at dinner Sunday. The W. E. Btoebers are having some Interior decorating done this week. O. S. Warner and assistant are doing the work, , . last fee* aothe. ~HH af"WlH37iBfiU*$ Mr. Mid Mrs, ARtold matt of Lu- Vefne- visited test Week MdBdS? at the Home of Mr. and Mm John Mr. and Mrs. August Haase 6f fair. mont were entertained Sunday; >t th<s SSffie of thelf tfaughtef, Mrs, Oaade.. Mr. (Had Mn. Earl Ofiborn wet* day diane* guests at the home of Mrs Osboftfs parents, Mr, and Mrs. H. 0 Lindsay. ' Mfg. AlMe Baxter of Shipment, il ilnbls,^n vlsitmg the past week tit the hbtne bf her aiece, Mrs. M. ~ Burwftsh. Mrs. Carl Marks of Sumnef, Iowa, visited at the Albert Woifgratt home last week. She is a cousin Of Mrs Wolfgr&m.. -' >• Mrs. 8. A Frost and baby had been visiting for the past week at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Violet Winters in Estherville, Editor and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz and family and Miss Edith Laage returned home Friday from-ft week's vacation northern Minnesota, < Ben, Herman and Art LUedtke and Irving Tletz returned Thursday evert-- lr,g from a fishing trip at the lakes hi northern Muineeota. Mr. and Mrs.,W. J. Weisbrod were entertained at a seven o'clock dinner at the .Willis Cotton home in Lone Rock Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Yeager and son &®X%$%8^^ v- ' ' l * Hot Waves 3rd and 4th BE 3PBEPAEBD1 Don't allow defeat of pleasure and purpose of the day by being uncomfortable "in your regular clothes. Just in time—Some "hot weatherables," just arrived for the Fourth: Palm Beach IT 1 CA Palm Beach , A 7C Suits for men - * 1< * w Suits for Boys _**••«* Tropical worsted suits, Manned Pants at factory close out prices. Enough straw hats to go around. WE CLOSE AT NOON ON THE FOURTH, Kraft-Misbach Co. For Service Vacation Wardrobe Dig out your ias> summer's clothes-r-toggery for all of the social and sports occasions • of vacation time and we will clean and press them up like new, We Serve Men ancl Women of Good Taste We know how to handle those smart frocks and costly flan-. nels and to turn them back to you as new, We maintain a big delivery and pick-up service and can give you the best df service, Modern Dry Cleaners .„, ittftft tfslWf* Battdajr at the of m mgert taftats, Mr. and Mfft. W, GKlfcltw? to Algeaa, . Mf. ftM Mfs. O. M. Mfiiet &ad Mr. and Mm a. ?. asf*fc?«« »* »fcf" «*d w«fc ShtettatfM StJ&6 L B\ iHB* hom€ Ife Kftflftwha Sunday. Pttmeet, l&wa, Mm PeHy Morse the Charles lftus home last fur. dfove over Sunday after Mrs. Frank ft! <8ty, and htf sistet, Rose tod father, Wm. Kfause of tens Rock were visitor* cm Wednesday at the Herman Krause home. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Bid and sons, Harold and Ewyn. wefe entertained at the home of Mr. Blel's brother, Mr. and Mrs, E. A. Slel at Klemme on Sunday. The ft. E. Griffith family of Des Moines eatne Friday evening for ft vis- It with relatives and to be present at lie Jensen reuntpn, which was held Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Rasmussen and son, Holger, of Greenville, Michigan, were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Humphrey last week on Monday. Mrs. Jay Woods of Cowrie came on Saturday-via Algona for several weeks' visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Welsbrod, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Meyers entertained the following dinner guests on Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bunkofsfce of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. John Meyers and Mrs. Mary HarSch. Mrs. Chas. Giles and son, Gerald, returned to their home in Des Molnes Saturday after an extended "visit at the home of Mrs. Giles' grandmother Mrs. H. Warner, Sr. Mrs, O. H. Geronfiin and children and •her nephew, Howard Fauerby, went to Eldora Friday morning for a visit at the home of Mrs. Geronnin's sister Mrs. Henrik Fauerby. ' Dr. and Mrs. Waite and son, John left last week Saturday for a vacation trip to, be, spent among the lakes hi northern Minnesota.; They.expect to be gone a week or mom ' 'Mrs. A.'R. Willrejit, chairman of the women's farm bureau work, and Mrs WT J. Weisbrod, publicity chairman attended a county committee farm bureau 'meeting held at Bancroft last week Saturday. •Mrs. Walter Widdel, and son, Duane, left Saturday for Colesburg, Iowa, to visit relatives and attend a Wesse family reunion, to be held there on Sunday. They Intend to^ spend the Fourth of July there also. Friends of Clarence Newel will be interested to know he was graduated from the University of Iowa at Iowa City. He is required to take one year of interneshlp in Rhode Island, after which he will be a full-fledged M. D Mrs. Sam Warner and son, Melvta motored to Pickerel .Lake Friday for a visit at the Wm. Campbell home Mrs. Warner's daughter, Lola, who has been visiting there "the past week accompanied them* to her home on their return trip. ',„, . Mr. and Mrs,' Willis Cotton of Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Angus Cotton o: Chicago.)-Mrs. Harley' Shellito and .dau'ghterrNorma, of-Ames/and Mr. and _r i... _ llrt .yiBsted-avweek borne of Mr. and Sunday Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod. Mrs. A. 'R. "WUlrett, chairman Of the Fenton township women's farm bureau work and Mrs. A. J. Krause were sent as delegates from here to Clear Lake to attend the district meeting of farm bureau women. They left Thursday and returned "Saturday. Wilfred Stoeber and an old schoolmate, Fay Hagan, of Minneapolis came Saturday and remained over night at the W. E. Stoeber home. They left on Sunday for Nebraska where each have a territory as a salesman for Northrup King Seed-Company. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Jensen and children, Marlys and Perry, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Widdel and famUy..and Mr. and Mrs. Neis Wilberg attended the Jensen family reunion held in Seneca Sunday, on the old home place of Mr.-Wilberg, occupied by his son, Martin.. Announcement was received here this week of the birth of a baby boy to Mr. and Mrs. E. Morgan of Birmingham, Alabama. This is their first child and he has been named Edgar Frank, Jr, Urs. Morgan was formerly Miss Fern White, a resident of this place. Mr. and Mrs, J. A. Fourtney and Mrs. ;. S. Fourtney of Ceylon, Mr and Mrs. A. T. Fox of Fairmont and Mr, and Mrs. Ben Crow of Cedar Rapids'were entertained at the Robert Kyhl home Friday, Mrs. Fox is a sister and Mrs. J. A. Fourtney a daughter of Mrs. Kyhl. Mr. and Mrs. E. C, Weisbrod, Mr. and and Mrs. E. A, Weisbrod, Mr; and Mrs. F. J. Weisbrod and children, Hazel and Maurice, Mr, and Mrs. Elmer Weis- )fod and children, June and Bobbie, were entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Newel in Hartley on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, August Bany of Elgin, Minnesota, and nephew, Vfa\, Fullerton of Dubuque came Tuesday for a visit at the homes of Mrs,, Bany's rothers, D. F. and WmT Hantelman. 'hey left Thursday for a trip through he Black Hills and Yellowstone Park halting relatives enroute. • Mrs. Kate Newel, Miss Irene New- 1, Mrs. P. E. Weisbrod and son, Wai- ace, oi Emmetsburg, returned last week Tuesday from a~~four weeks' vis- t at various points in Oklahoma. The rip was made by auto. They report tie crops good there but prices so low t hardly pays to harvest, \ & R, Knutsoij, a representative of lUther college at Decorah was a visor at the E. c. Weisbrod and Carl »riebe homes last week Thursday, itanley Munch won a year's scholar- flip at Luther and will enroll there bjp fall. Arthur Friebe has been a tudent there the past two years. John Grameriz. Ejner Fauerby, A, H. Krause and Wm, Brass returned ThurpdaiFevening from a fishing trip at the Jakes in northern Minnesota. These Jakes are becoming a regular stomping ground for Fenton vacation' era. They brought back suffice^ fvi< deuce of it's being a good place to Mrs. Won agent pf Algona met at the Jionie of Sits. w. J. Weisferpd Monday with fcQreniiwyj SWEA OITY NEWS. Misses Edna and Ruth Anderson wee*. George From of Potneroy spent the Week end with hU bfothfer, Hennlng AhtHwM prom* M«. Anna Larson and sister, Miss Selmft Johnson, were Fairmont callers Tuesday. MlsS Lucille Anderson of De9 Moines visiting at the Elon Anderson home this week. ThorwUd Dahl and Milton tJahl of Algona were business Callers at Siou* Friday. c. P. Bperbeek of iowa Falls Is making an extended visit at the home of his son, Ray. Rudolph Heerdt is at Des Molnes in a hospital where he had an operation for appendicitis. Mrs. Anna Griffith and Mrs. Mary Jacobs were visitors at Amboy, Minnesota, last week. Miss Evelyn Harrington of Fort WesSfJ, home demonstr%- to prepare a be given Dodge Is visiting her cousin, Mrs. Henry Myhr this week. Mrs. Hlgbert Olson Is spending several days with her sister, Mrs. Eva Van Alstine of Bast Chain. Mrs. H. Hallgren of Rockford visited last week at the home of her sister, Mrs. Ed. Anderson. Mrs. 0. Kesler, Gale and Darlene, Mrs. Clare Erlckson and Dorothy were Algona visitors Thursday. Mr, and Mrs. C. Peterson and sons of Cedar Fails are visiting at the Ed, Jensen home this week. Mr. and Mrs. "John Uhr and son of Fort Dodge are visiting at the Andrew tJhr home this week. Wendell Eckholm left Saturday for Okobojl, where he will be employed during his summer vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Anderson and son, Gerald of Chicago are visiting her mother and other relatives. Mesdames S. P. Eckholm and P. W. Larson were at Algona Saturday attending 'political conventions. Mrs. Hubert Kruse and daughter, of O'Neil, Nebraska, are visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. C^Dahl. The Jensen family reunion was held at Ritigsted on Sunday. The O. A. and Ed. Jensen families attended. Mrs: Chas. Landtne of Sherburne, Minnesota, is spending a few days visiting her mother, Mrs. S. M. Johnson. Mr,, arid Mrs. Elon Anderson and son, Burdette attended the wedding of Irene Anderson at Forest City Saturday. The Methodist Sunday School picnic will be held this week Tuesday, having been postponed from last week Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Nelson of Los Angeles are making an extended visit with relatives and old time friends here this week. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford McAninch of Chicago and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Evans :of Minneapolis are visiting at the A. M. McAninch home. ; Miss Pearl Dahl, who hasjpent the past three'weeks visiting her sister, Mrs. Kruse_at O'Neill, Nebraska, returned home Friday. Mrs. L. O. McNeil returned to her home last week, having spent six weeks in a hospital in Missouri. Her health is greatly^ improved; ,. . .Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Frakes of New Hampton spent the week end with re latlves. They were accompanied b Miss Effie Eckholm of Des Moines, wh will spend the summer at Swea City Miss Selma Johnson, who has spen tho past four months in Seattle, .Wash; Ington, returned on Wednesday for~i few days' visit with her mother an other relatives and expects to leave on Tuesday for Minneapolis, Minnesota, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carlson -and daughter, Ed. Carlson, of Hardington Nebraska, and Mr. and Mrs. Alfrec Johnson and son of Wakefleld, Nebraska, were visitors the past Week at the Frank and Charles Johnson homes. Mrs. Anna' Larson and mother, Mrs. S. M. Johnson and Miss Selma Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Larson and son attended the silver wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Larson at East Chain on Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. B. L. Weaver, Mr. and Mrs. J. Kuyncka and daughters, Mrs. Jary Jacobs, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thompson drove to Belmoud on Thursday to attend the last rites of the ate H, K. Hutchison, who was buried at Belmond. Paving on No. 9 is progressing very satisfactorily. The residence of Mrs. Bruce was moved on Thursday evening to make way for the paving. The beautiful hard maple trees were quickly removed by the use of the caterpillar tractor. Hundreds of spectators viewed the work on Saturday as they were paving through the town. John L. Thorngren, county club leader, held a meeting at the agricultural room at the high school on Wednesday evening. Plans were discussed for the exhibits of live stock of the boys' club, which will be held at the county fair. Local officers were elected. Rev. B. L. Weaver will assist with the work of the local club. A group of enthusiastic boys were in attendance. a like demonstration at the county fair, Rev. 'E. T. Gerkin reports the baptism of four children last week Friday and Saturday. Those receiving the:rites were Evelyn May, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Iverson; Beatrice Marie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Iverson; Dorothy and Donald Lee, children of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Stlg- man. Mrs. Kate Newel and Miss Irene Newel and Frank Baiiy and son, Hadley, left Saturday morning. - Mr. Bailey and Hadley will stop at Dodge Center, Minnesota, to visit relatives while Mrs. Newel and Irene will go on to-Brownsville to visit at the Geo. Beck and John Hols worth familieJB. They will be gone about two weeks. Mrs. E. A, Weisbrod, Standard Bearer counsellor and members of the Standard Bearer's society motored to Dolliver Tuesday, June 24, to attend the district nieting neld there. They report a splendid meeting. Mrs. Smith of Fort Dodge and. Miss Alice Maul, a missionary from th(e Philippine Islands were the principal speaker w the program. Then Fenton girls won the banner this year, presented yearly to the grpup having the greatest number of achievement points for the year. They also won a special love gut presented to groups in class A, by the children of Japan. Three of the girl*won QjwRstlQks given by Ida Belle Lew^ o,f QAMw to girls who had secured a paid member during the year. And Above All, Plenty of BUTTER "Sometlmel the food* w« like best art really bent for us," say* the doctor.* "Take butter, for example. "Everyone love* Its rich, creamy flavor, of course. Vet we should use plenty of butter not alone because it Is BO .good to eat, but also because It contains vital elements BO essential to health. "For children, butter Is one of the chief Bonrces of Vitamin "A," which builds growing bodies and guards against sickness. And butter also contains some Vitamin "D," tho sunshine vitamin BO essential to good bone* and teeth for all of us. "That's why you'll find it a good plan to use plenty of butter In cooking, and to encourage your family In using it freely at the table. In health value and food value, It'n one of the most economical foods you can buy." ' •These statements are iubston- tlatcd by tho work of Dr. V. E). Nelson of Iowa State College, at Ames. PtopU who try to uvt tht l*w cimi in pml UlwMn band, iml tnyltiini ttud m. MMd. Art (oeUftg onty thtm. k*Ulk OA tht Ittti* el food tnd hutth vshitt. balttr itvti (•f mart lot yoor monty In Iowa, ihtt pMnd.|ooltth policy ukn doubU loll II robt iion*butt«r Umilitt of food *U> mint* viul to hMhH TIM d«< cVtiMd mt of butttr d*trttm pneM. rabbini. to* iutl ol riihtfttl mum from dilrylni —• tector Imporum to low*. Algona Co-operative LAKOTA NEWS Mrsi Guy Beemer is recovering from a sever case of' tonsilitis. Quite a number_frmn here attended the old time dance at Elmore last Thursday evening. Miss Grace Johnson of Swea City was a guest Friday at the home of her sister, Mrs.* "Walter Meyer. Ahrend Hans, who had his nose >roken last week when he was kicked >y a horse, is recovering nicely at this ;ime. •Those from here who took the teachers' examinations at Algona last Frl- lay were Arlene Lewis and Gertrude Vortman. Mrs. Edward Thaves and her mother, Mrs. Louise Schmltt, returned home ast Wednesday from a two weeks' trisit with relatives in Chicago and joints In Wisconsin. I Mrs. A. E. Ogren enjoyed a visit last week from her sister, Mrp. Charles iVeckels and husband of Garnett, Kanas, and her nephew, and wife, Mr. and Mrs, George Weckels of Wichita, Kanas. Lloyd Rosenau assisted Julia M, Lies- eld at the Citizens Savings Bank a ew days last week, during the absence f Mr. Worley, the cashier, who was northern Minnesota, on his vaca- on. Mrs. Charles Eggerth returned home ast Wednesday from the Polycllnlc ospital at Des Moines, where she-had ndergone an operation for an ailment mt has been causing her a great deal f trouble for some time. There will be no evening services t the Presbyterian church during the tonths of July and August and there ill be no morning services the first wo Sundays in July as the pastor and amily will leave for a two weeks' va- ation. On account of the new paving be- ng put in between Lakota and Swea ity, all the traffic from No. B and o. 16 is routed through" Lakota. A reat many tourists from every state n the union are seen to pass through our streets each day. The members or the Priscilla club entertained their husbands and children at a picnic Thursday evening at Wood's Lake, north of Elmore. They also stayed to hear the Henry Field old time orchestra that was playing there for the dance. Rev, Frank O. Johnson, pastor of the Methodist churches here and at Ledyard was married last Tuesday, June 24th at Knoxville, to Miss Elaine M. Pringle. They are taking a trip to Yellowstone Park. After their return they will begin housekeeping in the Methodist parsonage here. Wm. Warburton, son of Sam Warburton at Swea City, was here several days last week visiting his grandmother, Mrs. N. E. Noble, at the homes of J. H. Warburton and F. G. Torine. Win., who attended college at Iowa City, Is now manager of one of the S. 8. Kresge stores at Topek.a, Kansas. His friend, Miss Vilma Crystal of city was also a guest here. ST. BENEDICT NEWS. Mr. and Mrs, Al Rosenmeyer were shoppers at Algona S&turday afternoon. Mr. arid Mrs. A. J. Pehr and T. P. Howard were' shoppers at Algona on Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Eich and family spent last Tuesday at Port Dodge do- Ing some shopping. Miss Lenora Arndorfer is visiting her brother, the Rev. A. J. Arndorfer at Charter Oak for several weeks. Martin Bahm, Henry Seller, and J. J. and N. H. Raskopf attended the base ball game at Titonka Sunday afternoon. My. and Mrs. Leo Goshe and fam- ly of Bancroft spent Sunday at the home of Mr, and Mrs. George Arndorfer. A large crowd attended the Downs- Seller wedding dance last week Wednesday evening at .the Bell theatre at Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. John Grangenett left ast Wednesday for Carroll to visit with relatives. They returned home Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Al Rosenmeyer and iQUise Huschka, and Mr. and MJs. .nthony Klrsch and family of Algona pent Sunday at Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Conner and aughter and Miss Francis Garman of Des Moines spent Sunday at the home f the ladies' mother, Mrs. Eva Garman. Mrs. Isador Eisenbarth and daughter, Adelaide, arid^son, Henry, spent Saturday afternoop at the home of their daughter and sister, Mrs. Emil Arndorfer. Mrs. Leo C, Miller and children, Chris Joseph and Shirley Rose, of Plum, Creek spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of her mother, Mrs, Rose Arndorfer. Mr. and Mrs.'/Frank Eisenbarth had as their Sunday dinner guests lieo Kolb, daughters, Delores and Patricia, Betty Pidle^, Mrs. John Husch&a and Loraine Huschka. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Pfelfer of Des Molnes came last week end to visit for several weeks at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs* J, M. Whitte and the Pfeffers at Corwith. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Rahm, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Raskopf and Mr. and Mrs. N. ,H. Raskopf and Helen and Francis spent Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seller. The Misses Amelia, Bernadine and Wllma Arndorfer left Friday for Chicago where they will visit for a week with relatives and friends. Bernadine will again remain where she is employed. Mrs. John Huschka, Loraine Huschka, accompanied by Leo Kolb and daughters, Delores and Patricia and Miss Betty Fidler of Elm Grove, Wisconsin, spent Saturday at West Bend sight seeing at the grotto. Leo Kolb and daughters, Delores and Patricia and Miss Betty Fidler all of Elm Grove, Wisconsin, came last Thursday to visit some time at the homes of Mrs. John Huschka, and Mrs. Rose Arndorfer. Mr. Kolb, Mrs. Huschka and Mrs. Arndorfer are cousins. ®y888M^^ Special Prices on USED CARS THIS WEEK 1923 Ford Coupe $20 1924 Ford touring $30 • 1926 Ford coupe $50 1925 Ford coupe ,__ $65 1926 Ford tudor _ _ _ $80 1928 Essex sedan $275 1928 Chevrolet sedan . . . . $350 1928 Model A Roadster _ _ _$225 TERMS Kent Motor Co. Phone 434 Algona, Iowa.

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