The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 9, 1930 · Page 3
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f he Uppef Pes Mdiaes-Bepublican, July fy 1930 CHECK ARTISTS Several Business Are Victims of ¥ oufig Lady Last Week. CHECKS ALL DRAWN FOR SAME AMOUNT. Etttmetsburg Merchants Abo Taken in , the Sathe bay. Lady Said to '.'•-. be Clew. Estherville Enterprise: At least seven business men of this city wete taken In last Friday by a smooth young lady who Issued forged checks and passed them for merchandise. In each case she purchased merchandise to the amount of about twelve dollars and took cash for the balance. H. Oransky, Oeo. Shadle, L. M. Ohrlstensen, J. 0. Penney, John Sandven, Fred' Ehlers, and the National Cash Store were those we have heard of who took checks. A young lady accompanied by a man cashed six checks on the same day at Emmetsburg, The supposition Is they came here and worked their graft and 'then went on to Spirit Lake/Later notified that the pair had been located at the lake, they went over there, accompanied by some of those who were taken In, but no trace could be - found of the pair! However, some of the merchants are still on their trail and they may be landed. The young lady was about twenty-three years of age, according to some who saw her. There are others who say she was not that old, and again others who say she was about twenty-three. She was not particularly good looking, nor was she well dressr ed. She was cool and fairly clever In her operations. At two of the places she was looked over very carefully, and the clerks were very suspicious of her. She seemed to have enough courage to face them and get by. Some of the business men Interested In the capture of the check artists, have been looking about the lakes for them. They do not seem to be located there and It Is thought tiiey^ .have moved to hew fields. The checks were all written for twelve dollars with the exception of the J. O. Penney check which was for fifteen dollars. It "how appears there were two girls and at least one man in the party. The name of Jake Hepp was signed to some of the checks and Leslie Gregory to others. The checks were drawn to a girl by the nameof Cramer and were endorsed by her. The appearances now seem to be that another bunch of check artists have fleeced the merchants and got away with It. The more that get away the more that come. It's these fakers that make it hard for legitimate trade to get their checks icashed. with her nttthef Mrs. Pttet Etch, this week. (Suy Tatt, who Has a Job of sutveyiflg at Charles City, speat Sunday with his family here. Mrs. J. J. feibert attd chlldftsfi o* Algol* sueftt Wednesday with he* daughter MM. Lettoy Schttte. Mf, and Mas. ttlen Kfthlef o! Buffalo Center wefts visiting Bancroft re* latives and friends Saturday. Mrs. Henry Menke M«J sbn, John, and Mac Duddlng Were visiting with friends at foft Dodge Sunday. 0. Pearson of Algona spent the week end at the-home of his parents, Mr. arid MfS. Q. A. "Pearson and family. Mr. and Mrs. brake Dale and children of Minneapolis spent the past few days at the Herman Soderburg home. L J. Mousel and Albert Schllta returned from .Des Moires Thursday, whew the latter purchased a new Ford ear.,, Ed. Dtoessler, Wm. Goche, Anton Stork and Joe Vaske attended a creamery convention 'at Mason City Saturday., v ' Joe Ellsbecker and sons returned on Thursday from Cold Springs, Minne- BotaTafter a visit with relatives and friends. Harold and Oswald Burgess of Benson, Minnesota, are visiting with Bancroft friends. They were former residents here. Miss Mary Doyle, who Is attending summer sdhool at Ames, spent the Fourth with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Doyle. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sheridan of Keokuk, are visiting at the home , of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Sheridan and family. Hosiery Given Away Now cornea July, the month that we use for cleaning up our stock and getting ready for fall trade. ' , i From Mississippi. » ' , ;Mrs. J- C. Dorsett of Lucedale, Mississippi, was a caller in Algona last week. Mrs. Dorsett will be remembered as Miss Nettle Ditsworth, daughter of the late E. Ditsworth, formerly one of the leading farmers west of Bancroft and later a resident of Algona. The family moved to Mississippi about sixteen years ago. Mr. -.and-Mrs. Ditsworth both died in the south and Mrs. '•Dorsett, who was formerly a pupil of the writer in the Bancroft schools, was here to attend the Ditsworth family reunion. . • The Misses Leona and Mary Kramer returned to Sioux City Monday, where they will again resume their nurses' training course. Mrs. P. J. Schiltz returned home from Mankato, Minnesota, where she has been for the past ten days having undergone a minor operation. , Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Merrill and family spent Friday with their daughter, and sister, Mrs. Leo Klocke and family at Albert Lea, Minnesota. Rev J D. Fisch left Thursday for Templeton, Iowa, to attend the funeral of the mother of Mary Sappe, dho passed away Thursday morning. Miss Mabel Howe, local telephone operator, left Saturday for Waterloo for a week's vacation which will be spent with relatives and friends. Mrs. Kate Bolster left Friday for Waterloo where she will make her home with her sons, William and Cecil, who came up here and got her. Miss Dorothy Haverly returned from Wesley Sunday, where she spent tne past few days with her parents. She Is staying at the A. H. Fuchs home. Miss Regina Berens, who fc.attending summer school at Spencer, Is visiting a few days at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Berens, this week. A. F. Rosenkranz of Des Moines arrived Friday for a visit at the John Nemmers home. His wife- and son have been visiting here for the past three weeks. • I^eslie Mentoger.of .DeleVan.^Mlnne; sota, spent tffew days here ;with Ban r S*Mend^He was/former assistant cashier at the Farmers & Traders Savings Bank. - ' Mrs. Henry Oval and daughters, Clara and Irene of Blooming Prairie, Minnesota, stopped a few hours at the joe Recker home Saturday while en- route to Ash ton. BANCROFT NEWS. John Williams was an Algona visitor Sunday. Rev. Charles Ernst was a visitor at St. Joe Monday. Joe Jenks transacted business at Spencer Saturday. J. A. Freeh of Algona was a business caller here Saturday. Vlggo Christensen was a business visitor at Mason. City Saturday. Vern Austin left Monday for "Marathon, to attend to business matters, Sister Mary Acqolnas of Dsbuque is ' Frank and Joe' Droessler are driv- inc new cars since the last of the week purchased from the Motor Sales Company. Frank has a DeSoto sedan and Joe a Plymouth sedan. Mr and Mrs. Charles Boyer of SDrinfleld, Illinois, arrived Thursday fo/avislt at the home of the j former's father, Andrew Boyer, and with other relatives and friends. Mr^aiid 'Mrs. Rudolph Void left on Monday for a week's vacation which wul be spent at Bradley, South Dakota. Mr? Void is employed at the Fuchs hardware store. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Nelson and sonT of Algona were visiting Bancroft friends Sunday.- ^^.^^L^Sl garet, who has teen visiting hero the last week, returned home with them. Mr and Mrs. Vincent Lattimer and daughter, Delores, of Toledo, Iowa, ar- S for a visit "Iththe fomf£ mother. Mrs. Mary Lattimer. ne «> worktag with toe Lytle Construction Company. Mr, and Mrs. L. F. Kennedy and sons John and Edward, left Thursday for to clean house. I am willing to work for nothing all through July. We have to reduce stock an™ make?eady for fall goods which are billed to arrive August 1. Julv at Neville's will be one solid month of bargains, and I do not mean Jy& l^ieve™™*, ^man and child for 30 ^ f ^J? *^ *fc file's store during July. Everything in the store goes into this sale. Nothing reserved. We have to reduce stock and make room for Fall goods. This sale means clean up and pay up. If I owe you anything, come in and get it. If you owe me, come in and pay it. The prices will be cut to the bone on everything from the front door to the back door. As an extra inducement we are going to give away a lot of hosiery For every $2,98 that you spend with us during July you get a pair of hose absolutely FREE. The ladies get a pair of pure silk full-fashioned hosSrtrt'each $2.98 they spend and the men folks get W£<*J*«**~ sox The price reductions and the present we give you will take all the protit on what we sell, but I am willing to work this month for nothing «f ordertcjre- duc^ stock. The customers get the benefit. It is a store-wide sale-you buy whatever you want to. ^ ' Our stock is all new standard merchandise bought f orfth %P^ oOnf ^ community. You are sure saving money when you buy at a reduction and get a present besides. This is an honest, square-toed deal. Honest goodsatT ed ^ prices for honest costumers. No joker in the deck. This sale is during JULY ONLY. Augusjt 1st prices will go back to our regular small profit plan that we always operate on. A thorough house cleaning is good for a store, a home or a person. Neville's store is sure going to be turned inside out during July. !J Algona, Iowa. THE SHOE MAN, «•, SpecialforZHoursOnly 8 r\H. to 10 P. M., SAT. EVENING, JULV 10 at Paine SSoreosen'sDrugStore and Repel pencil th ^ EmBt 4ou really pav only for the points. A fftc- this hour, send snww two hour sal!. Limit Hutchlnson, Minnesota, for a visit with the formers parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Kennedy and with other relatives and friends.- . . • . Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Thies and daughter, Harriet, left Monday for Lyons, Nebraska, to attend the funeral of a relative. A. J. Doleschal is attending to the business at the creamery during his absence. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sctaemmel of Mankato, Minnesota, left Sonday for their home after spending the week end with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schemmel and at the Ed. Sch,einmel home. Mr. and Mrs. E. B, Konke and children and Mrs. Konke^s mother drove to Wahpeton, North Dakota, for a visit with relatives. The latter, who has been here for the past several months, will remain there. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Schemmel, and children drove to Des Moines Sunday. The former returned home the same day labile Mrs. Schemmel and the children will visit for a week at the Joe Devlin home. Ed. Hatten of Stacyville, Iowa, drove up Sunday for a visit at the home ol his mother, Mrs. Mary Hatten. His son, Oletus and daughter, Eamona, who have been visiting here the past week returned home with him. Miss Lepna Berens, who spent the past two weeks with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Peter Berens, returned to Omaha Sunday, where she will again resume her duties as stenographer for an insurance company, Evelyn Welp daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Welp returned with her and will spend some time visiting friends there. nd Mrs. Kraeger of Burt. o, 8c fpr Two HQW* Only Customer roust sign here •••••• ,....-. LQNB BOCK NEWS. ^. and Mrs. R, E. Potter of were visiting friends here Saturday. The player plan/? came Saturday V J tfce Sharp abating rink which will op sopn. The show for Saturday, July ife will be "The Woman RjO(*et" with Tf Moore as star. , My, and Mre. Andrew Thompson' |ajri}y speftt Sunday |$ ttje den home at Seneca. John Kerr returned home last Thursay after spending a few days In Burt rith his dsoghter, Mrs. C. C. Smith. Mr, and Mrs. John Sones of Chero- ee came IMday to visit Mrs. Bones' arents, Mr, and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard. Mrs. Ollle Tyler and son, Wayne, of Council "Bluffs, came last Thursday to isit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Sharp. Fred Wagner started to work Monday at the George Pettlt farm, mov- ng a granary and putting it on a foun- ation. Rev. S. M. Gladstone left Monday or Salem, South Daokta, where Mrs. Gladstone and family are visiting her tarents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wagner and f am- ly returned home Saturday after spending two weeks visiting relatives In Milwaukee. Novella Zdller of Mason City came ast Friday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. carl Zoller and returned to Ma- sity Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Roderick and family left Sunday for Deer River Minnesota, where they will spend a Week fishing. Mrs. Alfred Krueger returned home Ijist Thursday after spending a few lays with her grandparents at Salem iouth Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Erlckson o: Sheldahl came Saturday to visit at the Harry Rahn home and returned to their home Sunday. Miss Margaret Roderick returned to her home' Wednesday after spendirtt a few days with her aunt, Mrs. Bery Wlrth of Cedar Falls. The Lone Rock Christian Endeavoi went to Hoprlg Sunday evening to at tend a program given by the Bibl< class of Miss Alice Angus. Mr. and Mrs. John Bprank and fam lly and Miss Anna Flaig went to Man kato, last Wednesday on business, re turning bomi the some evening. Mr. Billings and daughters of Texas friends of Miss Alice Angus, visited a the R. T. Angus home Sunday while o, way to Rochester, Minnesota. Alton pettit Is driving John Sprank majl route due to the fact that Mr Sprank has an Infected ear and J the care of Dr. Peters of Bur Mr, and Mrs. Carl Zoller and fam y visited relatives at LafcoU Sunday. eraon Dean, who has been visiting here for the past week, returned home •itti them. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Godden of Burt and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Leeper and Wm. Leeper iof Cudahy, Wisconsin, pent the Fourth of July at the Harry Rahn home. Miss Rose Krause of Lone Rock, and ena Mauch and Margaret LeCocq of Charles City left Friday from Charles City for a trip to Canada and north- rn Minnesota. Miss Helen Saunders of Dubuque, who has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. E. E. Kearns, went to Algona Monday o visit her grandparent^,, Mr. and drs. Herman Dau. N. L. Cotton went to Ames Thurs- lay to get Mrs. Cotton who has been visiting their daughter, Mrs. Harley Shellito, since last Monday and they 'eturned home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard and Ersel, Doris Mae and Jessie, Junior, eft Sunday morning for Detroit where ,hey will visit their daughter and sis- «r, Mrs. John Flynn. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Leeper and son, Roy, of Cudahy, Wisconsin, came last Tuesday to visit at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Harry Rahn. They left Saturday for their home, B. O. Roderick and family of Mason City came last Thursday to spend the Fourth of July with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Roderick. They returned to their home Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Van Ness of Stockton, California, Mrs. Elizabeth Van Ness and Mrs. Margaret Davidson of Sheffield visited at the L. R. Roderick home last Wednesday. Dr. Melvin Bourne of Detroit son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bourne came last Wednesday to visit his parents. Dr. Bourne is at present Interning at the Harpers hospital at Detroit. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hutchinson and daughter, Lenora, drove to Spencer on Sunday where Lenora took the train for Redfield, South Dakota, to visit at the Edward Marlow home. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Nelson drove to Cedar Falls last Thursday to bring home their daughter, Margaret. Miss Winsome and Nelda Volentine of Burt also returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Whltehlll and family of Floodwood, Minnesota, spent the Fourth at the home of Mrs. White- hill's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Flnley Whitford. They left for their home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Rosendahl returned to the Wm. Krause home Sunday after spending their honeymoon In northern Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. E. Forrest Rouse also returned from their honeymoon Saturday. Miss Ruth Krueger of Freeport, Illinois, returned to her,home Saturday after spending a week here visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Morris and daughter, Vera, took her to Fort Dodge to take the train. A birthday party was held in honor of Miss Marian Jensen, oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Jensen, at the Jensen home last Saturday. Many of her little friends helped her celebrate her ninth birthday. Mrs. H. F. Tarbell and son, Milo, returned home from Waterloo last: Thursday after spending a W^J yl&ftt ing relatives. Miss Ruth Tarbell and Misss Letha Stull accompanied them home and returned to Waterloo Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fredrelck Schultz went to DeSmet, South Dakota, Friday to visit Mrs. Schulta's sister, Mrs. Chas. Schultz and family. Her niece, Ruby Schultz, returned home Sunday with them for a visit. Mrs. Fred Genrich took care of the store during their absence. Lotts Creek defeated Fenton at Fenton Sunday 11 to 9 before a large crowd. The score up to the ninth inning was 11 to 3 when Fentoii ran to six scores. Bill Dreyer of Lotts Creek connected for a home run. Batteries for Lotts Creek, Mittag and Kressin. and for Fenton Alderson, Wander and. 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