The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 9, 1930 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, July 9, 1930
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fh$ tf mser Bes MoineS'&epttblican, My 9,1930 _r^ •»!•• — . - - - .*- Jt- ia ,r., l :n:t^^^^^^^^^^-a^M'rtiito^rii^M^^»wyr- j '^ J ^" t ~ a ^^~ t '^^* ae '"* JfcJ " B ^ •Societies and Clubs. Entertains tot Guest— Miss. Lucille Windell Entertained a auartfef of friends at bridge Tuesday evening in honor of hef guest. Miss Betty Elliott of Bnglewood, California, who J3 visiting here. Lucille and Miss telliott were Kappa Delta sorority sisters at Iowa city. Bridge waa played at thiee tables with Mrs. C. J. Btnkert Winning the higli Score. Olive Lewis won the second high prize and Miss Elliott received a guest prifce. Others who were present were iMda Moe, Louise Magnusson, Kalnerirtte Mistmch, Mrs. Howard Hnidke of Kansas' City, Emma Specht, Margaret Palmer, Eli* zabeth Nugent and Marie Beerman. •Country Club Party— Forty-one ladies enjoyed the Country Club party at the club house Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. T. F. OTIaire, won the prize for high score. The second prize was won by Mrs. Harold T. Miller of Oklahoma City, who is visiting her parents, Dr. and Mrs. P. V. Janse at LuVerne. The committee in charge of the party included Mrs. T. It. Larson, chairman, Mrs. H. R. Cowan, Mrs. L. O. Nemmers, Mrs. 3. J. Backus, Mrs. T. H. Wadsworth and Mrs. M. J.-PopL There will be an evening Country Club party at the club house Tuesday .of next •week. Entertain at Club Rouse— Mrs. G. • W. Stillman, Mrs. P. C. Scanlan, Mrs, M. H. Falkenhainer and Mrs. R. R. Miller entertained about sixty ladies .-at a one o'clock luncheon at the duty/house at the Country Club Wednesday afternoon. Oarden flowers .were' used for decorations. N The prizes 'were won by Mrs. H. E. Rist, Mrs. D. R. Steele and Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer. Family Reunion— Mrs. Ole Johnson enjoyed a reunion of her family at her rural home on .Sunday. About fifty guests wete present, all fttit a few of whom were immediate relatives. The others were a few close friends who had been invited to help her enjoy the day. Women's Bridge A bridge tournament was started at the Country Club Monday of this week and there will be a meeting every week on Friday. The nest meeting will be Friday, July 18. Playing will begin at 2:45 sharp. All the membens are eligible to take part. lee Cream .Social— The Ladles of SI. Thomas' Guild will hold a lawn social at the E. L. Gilbert home northeast of town on the afternoon and evening of July 15, serving ice cream, raspberries, cake and coffee. Everyone is cordially invited to attend. Entertained Club- Mrs. John Button entertained her bridge club Wednesday evening. The high score was won by Mrs. L. M. Merrltt. The low score prize was won by Mrs. Glen McMurray. Mrs. Wendell French was a guest of the club. Severely Burned on Fourth of July. Durwood Helberg, young son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Helberg, had his hands severely burned the Fourth of July from powder igniting. It seems that he had extracted the powder from a fire cracker and had put it on some paper. While he was holding it one of his playmates touched a match to it causing painful burns to his hands. We Are Coming! ALGONA One Entire Week Starting POSITIVEL^ ORCHESTR FEATURE A ! Our Feature Play "Abie's Irish Rose" People J?lays and Vaudeville Hear Our Snappy Orchestra Before The Show Starting at 8:15. Featuring Phil and Peggy ' Hart The Dancing Comedians DON'T MISS IT! Hazel M. Cass. OPENING PLAY "MARY BEHAVE" A New York Comedy Success Ladies Free Monday Night When accompanied by one paid Ticket. OWldren 15c POPULAE PRICES Adults 35c Show Starts 8:30. Algona Girls at .. Michigan Camp, Mary Rice and Prances Pyle left a few days ago for Frankfort, Michigan, to a girls' camp, called Osoho, of the Dunes. The camp is located on Lake Michigan, The girls were there last year also. Frances is senior oounsellor and teaches archery and Mary is junior Counsellor and is pianist for the camp which lasts for eight seeks. Civil War Vet Leaves Algona. Oliver Beckwlth left Tuesday f&r Park Rapids, Minnesota. He had been here four weeks visiting his daughter, Mrs. Jess WUley. He will stay in Park Rapids With another daughter, Mrs. Bertha Ketman until August when he will go to Oaks, North Dakota, where he will celebrate his ninetieth birthday. Mr. Beckwlth is a veteran of the Civil Wart Chas. Barrickmans Lose Baby Daughter. Marion, two months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barrlckman, died Thursday morning following a short illness with bronchial pneumonia. Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon at the home with the Rev. T. J. Davern officiating. 'Burial was made in the Catholic cemetery. The Barrickmans have one other child, a son. Ex-Kossuth Preacher Dies at Jolley. Good Hope, July 8. Special: Word was received Monday morning of the death of the Rev. A. J. Tritt of Jolley, Iowa, formerly pastor at Burt and Good Hope. Funeral services were held at Vincent at two o'clock on Monday afternoon. Rev. Tritt had many friends in this community where his industry and faithfulness had endeared him to the hearts of the people. LOCAL NEWS. Mrs. Wm. Norton of Reglna, Canada, came Tuesday for a visit with her sister-in-law, Mrs. A. L. Peterson. Dolph Miller came home this morning from Chicago where he had been visiting since a week ago Friday. Mrs. A. L. Seymour came home on Sunday from Buffalo Cemer where she had been spending a week with friends. Helen Goeders left Tuesday for Camp Hantesa near Boone to spend several days. Helen was at the camp last year also. Ruth Brown was home the first of the week from Mason City for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Brown. Esther Rawson of Ames, who is assistant registrar at Iowa State College, spent the Fourth and until Sunday with her mother, Mrs. E. J. Rawson. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Resseguie announce the birth of a baby girl born July 5 in Omaha. Wilfred had better come up here and pass out the cigars: : Ensign Mell Peterson will leave on Thursday for Denver where he will join another ensign and go to Seattle where they willbe stationed on the U. S. S. New York. .0 Miss Irene Taylor of Mankato spent the Fourth with the Cooney sisters and other friends in Algona. Miss Taylor was for several yeasr bookkeeper at the Goeders store. Herbert French is home from Seattle, Washington, for a visit with his mother, Mrs. S. B. French and other relatives. Herbert is a stenographer for a lumber company in Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Herman arrived home last Saturday from a twelve day vaction at Lake Wabedo. Minnesota. They report the fishing excellent. Mrs. Ralph Winkel and two children, Bernard James and Florence, of Morris, Illinois, came Monday to visit at the home of Mrs. Winkel's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Behlmer. They expect to be here about two weeks. Senator-elect and Mrs. L. J. Dickinson are expected home Thursday from Washington, D. C., according to word received here. They expect to spend the rest of the summer in Algona. Mrs. E. J. Rawson is to talk before the Rotary club Thursday on her trip to the Holy Land. Since her return this spring she has given many talks on the trip. Next week Tuesday she will tell about her travels to the Ladies' Aid of the South Cresco church at the home of Mrs. George Brown in Cresco township, Mrs. Howard Heidke and son, Howard Jr., who came Sujiday from their home in Kansas City for a visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Webster, left today for Clear Lake to spend a few days with Mrs. O. W. Lawrence, who with her husband is spending the summer at the Tribon cottage on Algona Beach. Mary Mitchell and Claris Amesbury are spending this week at some of the lakes in Minnesota. They are now at Lake Osakis Adah Carlson, Flora Tiss, and Bertha Johnson started out with them the morning of the Fourth and went as far as Spicer, Minnesota, where Green Lake is located. They returned Sunday, but the others will be gone longer. Mrs. Roy Keen took her daughter, Eleanor, and Margaret Vigars to Camp Hantesa near Boone Tuesday. The girls will be gone nine days. Mrs. D. H. Goeders took her daughter, Helen, Elaine Isaacson, Marguerite Dalziel, and the latter's mother, Mrs. Hazel Dalziel to the same camp. Mrs. Goeders, Mrs. Dalziel ana* Mrs. Keen returned Tuesday. Mrs. Chas. Miller of New York visited at the home of Mrs. E, J. Rawson last week and is visiting her daughter, Dorothy Johnson of Rich Point. Mrs. Miller is the mother of Albert Brooks, who made his home with Mrs. Rawson for eight years while he was attending school. .He left Algona eight or nine year ago, and is now located in New York. For a time he was employed as a plumber, but he is now learning to operate a linotype machine. Wesley News Items Fishermen's Red Tag Special—20 per cent off regular catalog prices on baits July 13th to 86th. Free with each can of Duco No. 7 polish 5 yds. of knit polishing cloth.—Gamble Stores. 4 Partirt*— George Johnson and sister, Mrs. Forest Putney of Denve^l Ccflorada, arrived Saturday for a two Weeks vacation here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Johnson and sisters, Mrs. Jack Haverly and Mrs. W. •?. Becker at Algoha. Mrs. Johnson expects to arrive here Tuesday having visited with friends at Siou* City. George holds a responsible position with the American National Bank, while his wife holds a stenographic and bookkeeping position also at Denver. Mrs. Putney is employed by the Vartery Bonding Company there and another brother, Norman ftlsa holds employment hi the bonding company's office. He was unable to come just at this time. Another sister, Mrs. K. J. Ferguson, and husband and two children of Ames spent from the Fourth until Tuesday at- her home here. The Art Coreys Visit Wesley- Mr, and Mrs. Art Corey and children of Des Moines spent Saturday and Sunday with the .various Kunz families here. The Coreys make it a point to spend some time during the Fourth here and then- children and the Kunz children celebrate the evening after the Fourth by shooting off fireworks, many of them rivaling in beauty with those set off at celebrations. On Sunday, Mother Kunz. the Julius Kunz, Ed. Kunz, Henry Kunz and Art Corey families enjoyed a picnic at Clear Lake and from, there the Coreys left for their home. Mr. Corey is secretary of the Iowa State Fair association. Haverly Reunion— A reunion of the various Haverly families was enjoyed at the home of Alf Studer on the day of the Fourth. A picnic dinner was the big item for the day. Those who were present included Mr. and Mrs. Jack Haverly, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haverly, Mr. and Mrs. Alf Studer and famlles all of Wesley; Grandma Haverly and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lobft and Allen, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Scanlan and family of Boone; Clarence Haverly and a boy friend of Waukon and Donald Schlues- ner of Garner. ' , Attend Convention— A large number of the members of the Scandinavian Congregational church here attended the young people's league of the Minneapolis Free, church district held at Britt, July 4, 5 and 6. Nearly seventy delegates were present from various cities from afor. About a dozen of these delegates were entertained at the Funnemark and Skow homes, these delegates coming from Minneapolis, Houston, Minnesota, and Lacrosse, Wisconsin. Tenth Anniversary— Mail Carrier Vee Mullin and wife celebrated their tenth wedding anniversary here Sunday and had as their guests his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Mullin and two brothers, Torrie and Ivan of Hardy, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Mullin, Alzada and Armour, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hansen and Margaret and Luella and Lewis Gunder of Gbldfield. The Mullins were married at Wahoo, Nebraska. Entertained Study Club— Mrs. John Hutchison, Mrs. Jack Haverly and Mrs. Vincent Daughn entertained the Study club at the Daughn home Thursday afternoon. Three tables of bridge were played. Mrs. Henry Looft won head prize and Mrs. E. R. Swansbn, second high prize. The guests of the club were Mrs. Swanson, Mrs. A. L. Kleinpeter, Mrs. L. L. Lease Mrs. Ann Kunz and Mrs. Fred Looft. Goes' Fishing— Dr. G. Clark, Dr. and Mrs. Leon F. Smith and Wayne of FOrt Dodge came Thursday for a night's visit with her folks/the A. L. Kleinpeters, before going on for a fishing trip to lakes around Minneapolis. Wayne remained at the home,of his uncle, Roy, and Joan remained at Fort Dodge with Vincent Kleinpeter and his wife. They returned home Monday. Visit in Minnesota— Mr. and Mrs. Ben Felt left last Sunday morning for St. Paul to visit at the home of her nephew, Sanford Bennett. From there they will go on to Chisholm, Minnesota, to spend some time at the home of old friends Mr. and Mrs. Fred Andrews. The Andrews have a cottage eight miles from Chisholm where they expect to spend most of the time. Is Private Secretary- Mr, and Mrs. Emil Wester drove to Ames Wednesday to get their daughter, Lelia, who came home for a visit until Sunday night. Miss Lelia has been advanced to the private secretary- shop to Mr. Stacy, representative of the American Country Life publications. She was formerly employed by the extension department of Iowa State College. Has Paralytic Stroke— Raymond Wingert, young man of twenty some years, suffered a paralytic stroke last Wednesday night which has confined him to his bed. Miss Meryl Norton of Algona is his nurse. He shows some improvement this week and it is hoped he will soon be up and around as usual. Ansel Ash of Bluftton is here visiting his sister, Mrs. George Benper this week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Looft and Allen visited his mother, Mrs. John Looft, at Ledyard Sunday. Father Werdehofl of Alta Vista came Sunday to spend a few days visiting Father George F. Wessling. The Simon and George Hirner fam- lles enjoyed a family picnic and outing at Crystal Lake Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Weiiand visited over the Fourth at Aplington with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Meyers. • Miss Mabel Kent, daughter of Mr and Mi-s. Lewis Kent, is emgjoyed at the local creamery here as bookkeeper Miss Anna Johnson returned home home Thursday from Denver having attended a home economics convention held there. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Gidclings spent Friday at Kanawha visiting his brother, Howard and wife, who were marriec the middle of June. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Scanlan of Boone returned to thsir home Sunday evening after a few days' visit with her sister, Mrs. Jack Studer. Mrs, Walter Donath of Waterloo is here visiting her father, Charles Robinson. She was Bernice Robinson before her marriage on Easter Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft return- ed Wednesday night Jrdm a trip to Itascft Park, Minnesota. On Sunday they visited one Of her sisters at Seneca. Mrs. Ted fteffer and two children. Delores and Bob, are here visiting at the home pi her grandmother, Mrs. Cad Robison. Their home is in Freeport, Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Larson, Theodora and Meredith of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Lease, sterling and Loren picnicked at Crystal Lalte on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Madsen and three children of Algona visited at the George Aldrich home Sunday. Later in the day they drove to West Bend to see the grotto. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wilson and daughter of Mankato spent several days here the past week end with her father, Nick Miller, and numerous Brothers and sisters. Mre. H. H. Schutter, Mrs. Bertha tjooft and son, Henry, attended the funeral of Henry Johnson, held at Titonka Saturday. Mr. Johnson was a nephew of Mrs. Schutter. Miss Lucille Kunz, who has been here visiting her mother, Mrs, Ann M. Kunz for the past two weeks, returned to Carroll Monday to resume her du ties as a registered nurse. George Prema spent from Thursday until Saturday at the home of Michael Wingert. He works for the Ed. Studer Road Construction Company at Excelsior, Minnesota. An eight pound baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Studer Wednesday, July 2. The baby has been named Meryl Joyce. Rosuia- Elsen- bacher is helping with the work. Miss Esther Burke, who holds a position in the bacteriolgy department at the Mayo hospital at Rochester, returned to Rochester Sunday after a four days' visit at the Julius Kunz home. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Glddings left on Wednesday for Galesburg, Illinois, to spend a week with their daughter, Mrs. Wayne Swinton and her husband. Mr. Swlnton teaches in the Galesburg high school. Miss Estella Perkins of Omaha, Nebraska, is here visiting a week with her sister, Mrs. Vee Mullin. Miss Perkins works as stenographer for the White Company, dealers in busses and trucks. James Gesme and Mrs. Laura Lindgaard of Mt. Horeb, Wisconsin, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Drivdahl of Madison, Wisconsin and Leona and Eddie Gesme of Lake Mills were guests Tuesday at the L. L. Lease home. Mr. and Mrs. Guy C. Giddings of Burt visited at the home of Grandpa Giddings Sunday. Their daughter, Hannabelle is taking a nurses' training course at Iowa City and will be graduated next spring. , Miss Leota and DeEtta Hall left on Monday for a trip to Dayton, Ohio, to visit then- brother, Walter and family. Upon then- retuurn they will also visit another brother, George, who runs a restaurant at Chensa, Illinois. ' A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Hildman at Algona Monday morning. They have been making their home at Whittemore, but An- thony'and their other daughter, Lois, will stay here with Grandma Hildman for the next several weeks. Dr. James Adams, graduate M. D. of Iowa City, has just-completed hiai one year, interneship at • a hospital ,at Youhgstpwn, jOhio, and is home fof a vacation before locating permanently, He is a son of Dr. F. L. Adams, practicing physician here for many years; Mrs. Leonard Smith and son of Corwith and her mother, Mrs. Moore of Burt visited numerous friends here on Saturday evening. Mr. Smith owned and operated a barber shop here until four years, ago when they moved to Corwith where he is similarly employed.. Families from h,ere who enjoyed a picnic outing at the Call State Park Friday were: Mrs. N. E. Hanson and Marie,.Mrs. Elwood Haynes and children, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Osting, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Giddings and the Eli Goodnow families. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bleich and Lois Marie spent the Fourth at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Smith at Goodell. Her brother, Mark and family of Harcourt were also present and the day was fully enjoyed as all the members of the Smith family were home. The Wesley Community club have procured the Algona Military band to furnish Wednesday night concerts the first to take place this Wednesday night. The Wesley folks feel fortunate in being able to hire a hand of such good musical standing for weekly entertainment. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Murphy drove to Williams Sunday and brought her sister, Mrs. Ed. Doyle, and husband home with thenj for a visit. Mr. Doyle has accepted a position with the Swift Produce Company at Kanawha and they will leave here next week to make their home at Kanawha. Dr. F. H. Bonstetter has purchased the residence property of ; " Dr. J. R, Hockenbury, former veterinarian here, who is now located at Nashua. Dr. and Mrs. Bonnstetter and two children who came from Humboldt recently, have been living in the A. A. Studer house but will vacate in the near future. A family dinner was enjoyed at the Frank Kouba, Sr., home on the Fourth of July. Those who were present were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Van Osting and two children of Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs, Frank Kouba, Jr., Miss Vera Kouba of Algona. Grace, who is also employed at Algona visited over the holiday with friends at Cedar Rapids. ( Henry Goetz left Saturday for Sidney, Nebraska, after having been called home on account of his father's death. He has been connected with a garage there as mechanic for several years. His brother, Fred of Lostant, accompanied him as far as Sioux City and from there went to points in South Dakota to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crofutt of Orono, Maine, visited at the A. E. Giddings home Sunday, Mrs. Crofutt was Reva Polluck a former Garner girl. He holds a position as physics instructor at the University of Maine and was a good friend of Glenn Giddings while they were attending school at Cornell College, Mount Vernon. Mesdapies Benton, Amesbury, Mull- to, Butte, Alfred Nelson and Paul Erdman attended a meeting of the Rebekah lodge at Purt Thursday night and took part in the joint, Installation of officers in the Rebekah and I. O. O. F. lodges. Mrs. Wallace Benton is deputy district president and took charge of the installing of the officers. New Low Price Levels at BLOOM'S Beginning Tomorrow (Thursday,) We Readjust Prices to MEET NEW LOWER COST LEVELS! To meet conditions as they are today, unemployment everywhere, farm products sellings below cost of production, the public demands lower prices on commodities. We are readjusting all prices to meet these conditions. WE AEE GOING TO SELL FOR LESS to the public. Visit our new store, see the nevr goods, the new lower prices, examine and compare. You'be the judge. Prices Are Lower at Bloom's Men's Work Socks, per pair 9c Black or brown all sizes. . Men's Union Suits, 79c ' Balbriggan style, short sleeves, long legs. 9-4 Unbleached Sheeting 29c yd. Gqod weight, 81 inches wide. Sport Dresses $3.95 Ladies'Silk sport dresses. Ladies Full Fashioned Stockings 79c Pure silk from top to toe, pico.t top. , Ladies' Wash Dresses 79c 1 Lady Jane Wash dresses, sizes 16 to 44. Men's Overalls, 89c Blue Denim full cut. Boys' Blue Denim Overalls 69c Sizes from 4 to 16. Ladies'Rayon Stockings 25c pr. ...,.• In different shades and sizes. ^Ladies' Rayon Bloomers, 59c High grade rayon, different styles. Silk Crepe Dresses $5.95 . ' Values up to $12.00 now to go at this price. Men's Work Shoes $1.89 ; Solid leather. Boys' Tennis Shoes, 79c i Pure gum rubber soles. Men's Dress Shirts 89c All sizes, fast colors. Bath Towels 9c Good sized and good weight. Ladies'New Summer Hats % Price All the wanted styles arid head sizes. Ladies' New Voile Dresses $1.95 Something new and different. Ladies' Patent One Strap Slippers $2.68 Cubdn or spike heels, ue\v styles. Ladies' Broadcloth Pajama Suits 89c Good assortment of patterns. Children's Half Socks 15c All the wanted shades. Ladies' Wrap-around Aprons 98c Made of Borden's prints. Men's Dress Straw Hats $1.00 Values up to $2.50, now go at this price. i_ -r, , '-, , „ , ; _________„ Children's Wash Dresses 69c Good assortment to choose from. Visit pur store every day, New goods at new low prices, B LOOM'S STORfli FAMILY OUTFITTERS, JLJ

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