The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 9, 1930 · Page 11
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The tf p per Bes Moiaes-Republican, My 9,1930 cfcfiSjpfactie treatments. ;• Hutching, 6ne of the plbn- «r» of Itessuth coiinty, died after a snort illness. Jfc & Raj? and family left for Nora Sittings where Mr. Ray had charge of ,ft hardware state. A gded crowd enjoyed the program Bad picnic of the W, 0. T. u. at the o. p. ward home. Archie fHutchteon was enjoying a visit from his cousin E. Y. Hutchison, of Mineral Point, Wisconsin. Mffi. ti. A. Palmer went to St. Joe, Missouri, ,to help her daughter, Mrs. Palmer get settled in her new home. Mrs. Lou Qulnian and s6n left for their home hi Minneapolis after a visit with hef parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nlcoulin. Mrs. J< W. Robinson arrived In Algona from Cedar Falls. She had been spending a couple Of weeks there visiting relatives. Lloyd Wellendorf arrived home from Montana where he had been spending several months there and at other points in the far west. Harvey Ingham and his wife were up from ,±>es Molnes visiting Mr. Ing. ham's father and mother and also look. Ing after some farm lands. Albert Granzow came home from Minneapolis where he was employed In a candy factory. He had been 111 and came home to recuperate. The local youths were enjoying themselves swimming in the river at the second bridge north of town. They had a diving board and were having a big time. ,W. H. Lacy installed $700 or $800 worth of new machinery In the Algona laundry making it one of the best equipped laundries in northern Iowa at that time. Fire destroyed the Milwaukee rail! road stock yards, wiping them com, pletely out of existence. Sparks from a locomotive was supposed to have been .the cause of the fire. E. A. Adams left for Saratoga Springs, New York, as a delegate to the national convention of the Beta Theta PI fraternity. He was representing Brown university. : Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Overmyer left for a visit with Mr. Overmyer's relatives In Ohio. They intended to visit some of Mrs. Overmyer's relatives in Illinois before returning to Algona. The association of registered nurses of Kossuth county adopted a new schedule of prices. For general nurse work the charges were $25 a week. The care of quarantine cases the charge was $30 a week. "The Morning After" was the name of the home talent play which was to ' be put on for the benefit of the M. W. A. band. The play was in charge of a professional-factor, Mr. Kelvin, who was in Algona visiting his wife's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Farrington. . Dr. K. Evans and Herbert Hough, both of Port Dodge, had a narrow escape from death when the car they were in turned turtle Just south! of Air gona. "The doctor ;was'.p"inne4t,ui»der- neath but escaped with nothing. more than a sprained wrist. Hough was bruised and cut but not seriously. Mrs. L. J. Dickinson Ha* Been 111* Word comes from Washington, D, 6. that Mrs. L. j. Dickinson has been seriously ill but la much improved. They expect to leave for home some time this month and will spend the sum* mer In Algona. Presbyterian Church. Morning worship and study hour, sermon theme, "The Restraining Hand of a Brother." Evening, union services at the Congregational church at eight p. m. Rev. Hulse will be the speaker of the evening. A welcome to all the services of the day. FOUR CORNER NEWS Painters have been very busy at the Noble Mitchell home painting all the outside buildings and the house which has Just been remodeled. George Rich, who has been 111 for some time after a stroke, was able to take a short automobile ride on the. afternoon of the Fourth of July. Esther Hoppe, who has spent some time visiting the Albert Walker home, returned to her home near Mankato, Minnesota, last week Wednesday even- Ing, • The Chester Robinson family and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lowman spent the Fourth of July with relatives and friends at Arnold's Pork. The Robinsons formerly lived near that place. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lowman, Iris Lowman and the Louis Lowman, Jr., family spent the Fourth of July at the Ray Smith home near Burt. The latter is a daughter of the Louis Lowman family. The John Sabln, Everett Witham, and Noble Mitchell families and Mrs. Jessie Mitchell spent the Fourth of July at Mud Lake for a picnic dinner and fishing; They report the fishing rather poor due to firecrackers which were typical of the day. Hazel Mitchell returned home Saturday evening after spending the week at the Roy Bjustrom home in Hobarton. The former did the house work while the latter were on a vacation in northern Minnesota. The Bjustroms returned home Sunday evening. Irene Walker, Evelyn Cruikshank, Hazel and Irene Mitchell, Orville Holdren, a farm hand for Franz Teeter, John McNeal, farm hand for Arthur Crulkshank, Bernard Platt, farm hand for Wayne Keith near Burt and Quentin BJustrom spent the Fourth of July at Fort Dodge. -The Four Corner Mothers and Daughters club will meet this week Thursday at the Call State Park. The roll call will be answered by payment of dues for the new club year. This meeting was to have been held at the Win. Rich home, but was, changed; due to the illness of George Rich in the latter place. Carol, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Noble Mitchell, had two fingers cut when a package of firecrackers-went off in his hand while he was celebrating the Fourth of July at Mud Lake Friday The ladrdid^not realize the "danger and'held'one of the-firecrackers near a lighted cigarette which caused them 'all to explode. CITY PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY. ATTORNEYS AT LAW T. P. Harrington L. J. Dickinson HARRINGTON & DICKINSON ATTORNEYS AT LAW Rooms 212-14 First Natl Bank Blk. ALGONA, IOWA. J. L. BONAB ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections will receive prompt attention. ALGONA, IOWA W. B. QUABTON H. W. MILLER ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Kossuth County State Bank Office Phone, 427. ALGONA, IOWA. J. W, Sullivan S. E. McMahon L. E. Linnan SULLIVAN, McMAHON & LINNAN ' ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over County Savings Bank ALGONA, IOWA. KOSSUTH COUNTY STATE BANK ALGONA, IOWA. CAPITAL & SURPLUS - S70.M* Officers: J. W. Wadsworth, Chairman of tb* Board of Directors. • H. E. Rlst, President. T. H. Wadsworth, First Vice Fred- dent. G. S. Buchanan, Second Vice President. • J. S. Auner, Cashier. E, J. McEvoy, Asst. Cashier. L. O. Reding, Asst. Cashier. E. A. Scheme], Asst. Cashier. Directors: H. J. Bode T. H. Wadswortt H. E. Rist J. W. Wadsworth J. S. Auner *,. J. Van Ness G. S. Buchanan E. J. VAN NESS & G. W. STHAMAN LAWYERS Office over Iowa State Bank. Phone 213-W Algona, Iowa I. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW Office to Quinby Building, Phone 180. _ ALOONA, IOWA. _ Oaylord D. Shumay Edward D. Kelly SHUMWAY & KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Quinby & Krause Building Iowa • phone 68. INSURANCE. CITY PROPERTY LOANS FARM LOANS REAL ESTATE INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS CUNNINGHAM & LACY Phone 598 107 W. State at ALOONA, IOWA. ' E, C. McMAHON Attorney at Law Office over Quinby <Ss Krause Bldg. Algona, Iowa Phone 129 PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS THE ALGONA HOSPITAL ' Phone 850 gBNjmFIOK & CRAWFORD Office Phone 300 Residence Phones; j>r, KeneOok, W'.. Or, Crawford, 11B O, H. CJIETZMEYEB PHYSICIAN & BUROBON Glasses Fitted Office in J. aalbraith Block. Wock east and one Woe* south <ol No calls wade after 9:30 p. Bi. ALOONA, JQWA; OClce Phong, 810. Residence, *". FRA8EB, M, ASP ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY Reliable Insurance Service O. R. LABARRE AL PALKENHAINER Phone 55 First door north Iowa State Bank MORTICIAN Ik H, MERKITT Mortician A Funeral Director, Phone No. 11. ALGONA, IOWA. VETERINARIAN. L. TF. FOX Veterinarian Algona office at the old Dr. Sayen office. Office phone 476-W; Reddenw 475-R. Will have man at office »* all times. ALGONA, IOWA. DENTISTS DR. H. L. McCOUKLE DENTIST Office over'Long Bros. Grocery, Business Phone 811 Residence, 10? ALOONA, IOWA pa. H. M. OLSON PENTIST , Located over Qbristensen Business \W, Setty Lemkee has been confined to her bed the past week with the'ear- ache. she is now on the road to re- sdve'ry. Mr.'and Mrs, Ed. Wolfe of Rich POint sf»ent SUndajr evening with Mrs. Wolfe's sister, Mrs. Paul Hudson and family. Mr, and Mrs. Jess Ditsworth of Wil* tetoft, North Dakota, spent Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Reaper, , Mr. and Mrs-. Setfard Thorntoii nnd son, Roland, of Emmetshurg spent the w«?<5k end visiting with friends and re- la* ivcs here. Harry Felter snent Sunday wlttt his mother, Mrs. Ed. Ditsworth. Harry is employed at the George Stewart farm in this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. David Ohrlstensen and children of Fort Dodge spent Friday with David's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. David Blythe. Mrs, Ida Rlley, who is employed with general house work at the Weber home, .spent Sunday with her sons, Douglas and Arthur. Mrs. Albert Butterfleld who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Tony Sorensen of Titonka, returned to her home Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hicklln of Woden spent Sunday at. the home of Mrs. Hlcklln's brother, Mr. arid Mrs. Doug las Rlley and family. Mrs. Frank Skllllng of Algona spent Sunday evening and Monday with her daughter, Mrs. Robert Spurgeon and family. She returned home Monday evening. Miss Idabelle Felter will leave on Thursday for Walworth, Wisconsin where she will visit with friends anc relatives. She expects to visit until school starts this fall. Mrs. Peck of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, came Friday to visit her parents Mr. and Mrs. David Blythe. She expects to Visit about a month before returning to her home.. ' - > Miss Helen Dole-spent Sunday afternoon with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Fred Dole, and family. Helen is now employed with general house-work a' the Dr. Cretimeyer home in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hake and daughters, Lorraine and Sylvia of Glasgow Montana, 'visited Monday;night at the hoine of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Reaper They left Thursday for Mankato, Min nesota. ' ;, Mr. and Mrs'. Glenn Thornton and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Miller all of Mason City spent the Fourth of July at the home of Glenn's parents M.'. and Mrs. Prank -Thornton and •femily, Mr. and Mrs. Finn Lalng and children of Algona and Ralph Simmons anc friend, Leonard Brown of Cresco spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Laing's and Ralph's parents, | Mr. and Mrs Oecrge Simmons. y ' - Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dole of Rochester, Minnesota, spent \the Fourth o 'July with Mrs. Dole's t sister, Mrs Lawrence Menke, of Bancroft and with Elmer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dole and family of this place. nessee, after a month's visit ftt the Gardner home. Mrs. schaffer and Mrs. A. L. Spooner who were recently injured in an auto accident, wet* brought home last week. iJrs. Schaffer is improving slowly and i*rs. Spooner is able to be up and around the house. the Fred Schmidt family, who left Vttiu March first and nave been iving In northern Wisconsin, him- re- urned to LuVerne and have rented the John Ruger resldencs located in the southeastern part of tqwn. Those from LuVerne' attending the Tourth of July celebration at Hum- xiidt were Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Wolto, i/ir. and Mrs. Max Patterson, Mr. and tfrs. Lloyd Zentner end Mr. and Mrs. larry' -JLichty, Mr. and Mrs. Rogers and Mr. and Mrs. Shultz. Anna ^Jurray went to Renwick on Tuesday evening and in company with her sister, Mrs. Miller and family, left Wednesday for Chicago. There will be i reunion of ihe Murray families In Illinois. Those from LuVerne attending are Anna Murray, William Murray and family, Walter Smith and family of Llvermore and Leon Miller and family of Renwick. They will visit 'rlends in Aurora and Plainfield before their return. LUVERNE NEWS. Nell Malen will preach in the Galbraith school house Sunday. R. R. Mastersbn and wife were Algona shoppers on, Thursday. Elwln Van Doren from Indianola spent Friday here with friends. Phil Kohlhfias was in I.uVerne on business Tuesday and Wednesday. Miss Erna'Kraft from Renwick spent the week end at ths Henry Kraft home The cemetery association will meet at the William Miller home July tenth Mr. and Mrs. W. F, Godfrey and daughter, Rubye, spent Friday in Eag- i Grove. Tho Epworth Leaguers entertained . large crowd at their ico cream social last Wednesday. Mrs. Joe Wadlelgh is enjoying a visit from her parents, who came last week from Illinois, Jack Higgins from Fort Dodge Is spending the week with his grandmother, Mrs. Nettle Von Drat-Ka William Raimjs will erect an oil station on the corner just across the street from the Gardner garage.* Mrs. Emil Meyers' and children of Ocheydan spend a few days last week at the parental I. H. Benedict home. Dr. and Mrs. Kverett Shultz of Fella spent over Sunday of last week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Shultz. Mr, and Mrs. Maynard Spooner from Nora Springs have been visiting the Dr. A. L. Spooner home the past week. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mason spent Wouiifsday in Corwrth with their daughter, Mrs, James Zwiefel, and huo- baud. Francis Kabele, Mrs. Gerald Mose- lv and children from QoliUield &pent Saturday with Mrs. I. C. Chapman and femily. Mrs. John Bommel lias returned to her home from the Hampton hospital where she has been taking treatments the past two weeks, « Carrier Mason is enjoying his summer vacation and Hal Rogers is substituting on the mail route during the absence of Mr. Mason. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hagist and son, Orbin, left the last of the week for their home in Chicago after a two weeks' visit here among relative*. The Misses Lottie and Jennie Mason went to Clarion Thursday evening, where they, spent Friday with their brother, Tom Mason, and family. Mrs. William Bigings attended the funeral services of Mr, Montgomery last Thuriday at Gpldfield. Mr Montgomery was a pioneer resident of that place. W. B Mason and wife drove to Ledya.-d Thursday and in company with Geo»ge Thompson and faniily drove to IPtuvlftken, Minnesota, where they spent Friday, Mrs. Peter graner' visited Rev. ..... ', who is Jn. tbe Bamp.t*w hospital Wednesday. R$v. P^ner J» Jmprov,' slowly since the recent auto ~~~ «*iYt4 A Vi UA fea/4 -, * « oo DS... XXXXttfXlX^^ Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bally and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hofius spent Sunday at Blue Earth. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Steinbach of Algona were guests cf Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Coady the Fourth of July. Mrs. Charles Flood of Waterloo came Saturday, July 5th, for a visit at the home'of her sister-in-law, Mrs. David Keefe, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Arndorfer, daughter, Fldells, and Christina Gould were guests at a party given at the Wm. Neuroth home near Sexton recently. Mr. and Mrs. Stanly Haase of Minneapolis spent the Fourth of July and the week end at the home, of Mrs. Haase's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bailey. Mrs. David Keefe, daughter, Dorothy, who is here from St. Paul visiting with Ray and Robert Keefe, spent Sunday at Webster City visiting at the Bernard Keefe home. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dearchs and children, Allen and Lois, of Denver, Colorado, returned home Saturday after visiting at the Claude Dearchs and Earl Taylor homes. Mrs. Harry Ward returned to her home last Thursday from the Kossuth hospital where slie underwent a major operation. She Is doing nicely and will be about again soon. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Rutledge, Mr. and Mrs. Jens Sorenson, Mr. and Mrs. Chas Culbertson and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Arndorfer and their families enjoyed a picnic dinner and supper at Clear Lake Sunday. Geo. W. Patterson of Burt will be one of the speakers at the Mothers and j Daughters > club Ice cream social next' Thursday evening, July 17 at the Ben Gould, home. He will give one of his usual good talks. Mr. and Mrs. James ' Coady and children, James John and Anna Louise spent Sunday evening at the H. J. Bode home in Plum Creek. The children spent the evening at the. fireworks at the fair' grounds. Mrs. Margaret Larson, Mrs. Randa Thompson and son, Marshall, of Eagle Grove spent last week at the Theo. Thompson home. Mrs. Larson is Mrs. Theo. Thompson's mother and Randa Thompson is a sister. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gould, daughter Christina, and Fidells Arndorfer motored to Britt Sunday and spent the day at the Soren Dldrlcksen home, helping Mrs. Sorenson celebrate her birthday which came on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Faulkner of Chicago came for a visit last Friday at the John Mahoney home. Bernadine, oldest daughter of the Mahoneys, Who had been in Chicago for five weeks visit returned' with them. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Thompson and family left Tuesday morning for Huxley to attend the funeral of E. Sheldahl, an uncle of Mrs. Thompson, who passed away last Saturday. He was buried at Huxley. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Will, daughters Alice and Martha, and Mrs. Will's mother, Mrs. Joe Leninger motored to Whittemore Sunday and spent the day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Meine. ..Mrs. Melne and Mrs. Will are sisters. An item .overlooked last week was a good time .enjoyed by Mr, and Mrs. Robert Leason, Mr. and Mrs, Rudolph Wlllrett, and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. W. Meyers of Fenton at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Glen Strayer. Ice cream and strawberries played an important part in the lunch menu. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jones" and children of Des Molnes spent the 4th of July at the Herman Dau home. Mrs. Jones was formerly Myrtle Dau and Mr. Jones is still working for Henry Ford. He remarked, however, that several men had been laid off recently from work the same as in several other large cities. My. and Mrs. Robert Schoby were down last week from New Ulm, Minnesota, where Robert has been driving a gravel truck, Robert had the misfortune to sprain his right arm and tear some of the ligaments loose while he was cranking his truck. He was unable to work so took the/ opportunity to visit his mother, Mrs. J. F. Schoby, and his sister, Mrs. Glen Jenkinson. Talk about where the tall corn grows, well It's right here In Union township. There were places where the com was six feet tall at the Fourth of July, when one considered corn knee high at this time of the year good corn. We'll admit that it's not that tall all through the field but in places where it has been protected, that is, on the warm, sunny side of some grove it was that tall. Another Fourth of July gathering and picnic was held at the 'Louis Bode home last Friday. Those attending Included Sam, Oloye, and Fred Zentner, Miss Irene Wolfe of Mankato, and Charles Graham of Algona beside the Bod,e family. Other guests during the da were Mr. and Mw. Glen Jenktar " fan\i]y and Mr, and Mrs. Eug* are necessary to -describe 1 ^ !...£• I HE man who serves you at the Skelly Station is skilled in his line; he is TRAINED to know how best to .serve your needs. And Skelly service training never ends. Every act of the station salesman is described in a book of 22,OOO words which he follows carefully by keeping it always at hand. , From the moment you drive into a Skelly station you receive the utmost ; in courtesy. Your service man is SKELLY OIL KELLY s> SERVICE alert and precise. Your windshield is cleaned, your radiator serviced, your tires are tested, and your needs in gasoline, oil and grease are handled with speed and accuracy, Skelly men make you remember Skelly stations for SERVICE as well at for the high quality of Skelly products—Skelly Aromax Gasoline', Skelly Refractionated Gasoline, and Tagolene Motor Oil and Greases. 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