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

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, August 6, 1930
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SOCIE The Upper Des Moifte^Reptitolieftn, August $ Entertained for Visitors-Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Williams entertained a number of friends at :t bridge party Thursday evening in honor of Mr. 'and Mrs. E. N. Davis of Streator. Illinois, who were their hows? pussts. Bridge was played at four tables, imd a luncheon was served afterward. Mrs. F. E. Sawyer won the 1-iph prize for the ladies, and A. J. Schnepf won the men's high prize. Mr. tind Mrs. Davis were presented \vith a guest prize. Among the out of town cufts were Mr. nnd Mrs. F. R. Bandy of Britt. Mrs. Bandy is a daughter cf Mr. and Mrs. Davis, and will be re- mcmU'red as Mrs. Ada Havward. Other out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. August Lee of Britt, parents of John Lee of Algona, and Miss Bertha Waterman, who Is a guest of her sister, Mrs. A. J. Schnepf. Union Club News — The Mothers and Daughters club of TTnlon township met with Mrs. Lillian Broderson last Thursday with Mrs. Lillian Jones as assistant hostess. The program was a review of the book, •* The House on Henry Street," by Mrs. Allen Wood, and a reading "The Bridge Builder," by Mrs. Elston. The nest meeting of toe club will be at the Ambrose A. Gall State Park. Each member Is to wear a favorite house dress or apron, and take a lunch for one In a paper bag. The lunch win be served in the paper bags each lady receiving one, not her own. The program will consist of 'Ticntt: Suggestions," a paper on "Food Laws for Home and Town," by Mrs. McKutt and a short story by Mrs. Bertha Sarchett. Country Clnb Forty-two ladles: -went : out to the afternoon Country club party Tuesday. Mrs. L. C. NugenFwon the high prize and Mrs. W.: B, Nugent of Chicago won the second high. A two course luncheon was served after the bridge game. Mis. S, E. McMahon was chairman of the committee which included i . Mrs A. D. Burtls, Mrs, C. A. Momyer, and Mrs. Frank Seller. Two Course Luncheon-*Mrs. M. L. Roney of Irvington entertained a number of Algona people at a two course luncheon Friday afternoon. The guests were Rev. A. Ens;Ush and daughter, Ethel; Mr. and Mrs. I ester Wlllson. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith and D. F. Smith: Mrs. A. McLean and Mrs. V. J. Schichtl of Irvington vicinity. Girls at Clear Lake — A club of girls, former members of a camp fire girls, are spending the week at the Lusby cottage at Clear Lake, going over Sunday. They are Bernlce Harrington. Gertrude Kenefick. Donna Quinn, Leona Lichter. Delores beMott, Agnes Brown. Sara Doran, Eleanor Backus, Josephine Murtagh. Caroline Todd of Iowa Falls s>-"d Janette Zerfass is a guest Frances Bu- higg was chaperone. Neighbors — The Royal Neighbors will have a picnic at the Call State Park Tnurs- day. August 14. at six-thirty. Sandwiches, coffee and ice cream will be furnished by the lodge. All Royal Neighbors and their families are in- Tited. Baptist ladles' Aid— The Baptist Ladies Aid society will meet Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Claude Samson with Mesdames Jerry Helgens, Willason, Sampson and Wm. Cook assisting hostesses. Entertained Clnb— Mrs. Joel Herbst «mt*rt.ainpd her entertamea ner bridge club Tuesday evening. Mrs. W. A. Lorenz. Mrs. Ralph Miller and Miss Adele Herbst were substitutes. Mis. Lorenz won the high prize. W. C. T. U. to Meet— The W. C. T. TJ. Will Wesley'New Mrs. Charles Lathrop, Mrs. F. D. Math- (week Tuesday with Mrs. A. L. Bowen. Many Move August i-* • Considerable household moving was in evidence here Thursday when six families were affected by August first moving. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Murphy moved from the Lou Hauptmann residence on main street to the downstairs rooms In the Mrsj Ruth Kunz home. Mrs. Kunz Will occupy the upstairs rooms for her own living quarters. Dr. and Mrs. Prank Bonstetter moved from the A. A. Studer house on East street to their own house recently purchased from Dr. J. R. Hockenbury. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Studer, who occupied the Bonstetter house, moved to the Eisenbacher farm two miles north of town. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sherman, who have lived in the A. R. Conner house the past year and a half, moved into the A. A. Studer house. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Erdman moved from the Butts property on main street to their own newly erected residence directly east of the school house. This leaves two houses vacant in town, namely the Hauptmann house and the Conner house. Nick Hauptley owns the Conner house and plans to take possession in the near future. Minister a Go-Getter— Friends of Rev. A. B. Howe of Buffalo Center are pleased to hear of the great progress he has made since his moving away from Wesley in the year of 1914 or 1915. From here, where he was greatly Instrumental in building up the membership In the Methodist church, he went to Ayrshire. He made several other moves Including Sioux City and Terrll, where he left with a. membership of 220 whereas it was seventy-two when he first came. He is now at the head of a building program at Buffalo Center which calls for a new church building thirty by seventy feet of brick construction and costing $15,00,00 ^ ^ ^ modern throughout. The basement will be equipped with a kitchen, social room, parlor and fuel rooms. The first floor will Include the assembly choir, sacristy, young people's and children's Sunday School rooms. Rev. Howe Is a pleasant man to meet and meat next no ;,j g the friendship of a wide circle of "~ , AUGUST MONEY SAVING SALE Every One of These Values is Guaranteed to Satisfy You or Your Money will be Refunded SPECIAL! ""jL* SPECIAL! You may buy as many bottles of Mi31 Solution as You desire—* there's women who have come In contact with him. nigth Cream Checks — The ten high cream checks for the month of June given out by the Wesley Co-Operative Creamery Company, ranged in amounts from $196.24 to $87.14. George Hlldman ranked first with Walter Donovan a close second, claiming a check for $195.00. The other eight high patrons were F. W. Plumb, $163.17; George Nauman, $162.49; Ernest Bauer, $125.00; William Klein, $116.86; Charles Bone, $116.43; Edward Wolf, $98.73; Harm Hillenga, $87.11 and J. B. Meuhe, $87.14. Viggo Killsholm has been the buttermaker since the organization of the creamery seven years (ago. Paul Engen, recently of Fertile, I Is the helper. The Wesley creamery | put In pasteurizing vats March first, and has great cTemand for their milk and cream. Practically all the families | in Wesley are using the pasteurized products. . - t * p* Marriage Announcement — t • ' ^Friends here have received 'announcement from Beulah Bell Fox 'of ber'marriage to Thedore James White. The ceremony took place on Monday, July 21, at Westhope, North Dakota. ™ " —• "- "" "- 1 -" 1 — Fall Pint of PnretMt Rubbing Alcohol. >• 4. Bottle of 100 Hnrfte.t Aspirin Tablet*. ",;,, , 5. SOc Tube of Klenio Dental Creme. $1.00 Toilet Water Assorted O'lur* 79c SOc Pureteit Milk of . Magnesia Relieves Indigestion 39c Compact Face Powder} $2.80 Special Cara Nome Offer $1.00 Perfume ' ) BOTHfw 2.00 Face Powderj $2.00 $1.00 Peptona ...... $ .79 .60 Petrofol ......... 49 .50 Eyelo ............. 39 .25 Soda Mints 19 1.00 Bouquet Ramee Face Powder .69 .EO Jontecl Cream .39 1.00 Cod Liver Oil .79 .60 Laxative Salt .39 .25 Castor Oil ..... 19 .25 Foot Powder.. .19 .25 Duska Talcum .19 l.UO Monogram Hot Water Bottle.. .79 Firstaid Adhesive Plaster, 1" x B yds. .29 Electrex Curling Iron .98 Wash Cloths ........ 6 for .57 Klenzo B:ith Spray.. .89 Blilk of Magnesia Tooth Paste ...... ..... 39 Rubber Gloves .......... 29 Guuxtls, 1 Jos'. .......... 39 7Se Duika. Gleaming Cream FREE with $1.0O Face Powder BOTHt FOR '$1 40c Rexall Gypsy Cream Relieve* Sunburn and Insect Bitei after August first, siter of Frank Fox, White ,te: known farmer 33c Electro: Toaster 2.98 &0e Lord Baltimore Writing Portfolio 39c AND 150 MORE DEEP REDUCTIONS ON RELIABLE PRODUCTS l-lb. Jar of Homematd Hard Candie* 39c K. near Wesley. She was .employed at the Julius Kunz, W. W£ Sturdivant and other homes here about eight yean ago, since which time-she has graduated from a business/course in Sioux Falls and held employment there^and in various other South Dakota towns. Willing Workers The Wesley Willing Workers met at the home of Miss Helen Franzen at their last meeting and worked on garments which are a part of their projects for Achievement day. Miss Helen Franzen and Miss Helen Kent gave a demonstration on "The Use of Patterns and their Alterations." Bernice DeBoer gave a talk on "Designs for Different Types"; Miss Gertrude Attig spoke on the "Care of the Feet" and Miss Helen Franzen discussed "Personality Types." The next meeting will be held at the Ernest Bauer home with Miss Isabel Bauer as hostess. Nnns Visit in Wesley— ' Sister Mira, Sister Bernadetta and j Sister Bertha of the St. Joseph's con' vent in Milwaukee, came Saturday for I a few days' visit at the Nathan Studer home. Sister Mira and Bernadetta I are daughters and Sister Bertha is a niece of the.Studers. On Sunday all the Nathan Studer children' nearby came home for the day. These included the Ben and Julius Studer families of Wesley, Mrs. Bertha Ritchmeier and family of Iowa Falls and Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Studer of Excelsior, Minnesota. Sister Bertha is a daughter of Mrs. Ritchmeier. Home from Kansas— Elwood Haynes returned Friday from Dodge City, Kansas, where he has been employed as a brakemen on the Santa Fe railroad during the wheat rush In that state. Harvesting and threshing were finished but movinrj of wheat was rather slow owing to the price being only sixty cents a bushels and the farmers are holding their grain for a better market. Mr. Haynes reports the son to Wesley for a visit With another daughter, Mrs. Wm. Lloyd. Mr. and tes. W. i?,. Grove of Riverside, California, arrived Sunday their car for a vacation to" be spent with her mother, Mrs. Hattie Price. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Donovan, Clar-' ence and Kenneth, Mrs. Axel Johnson and Edna drove to Clear Lake Sunday night and Incidentally enjoyed a dip in the lake. ' Mrs. Fred Looft, Mrs. William Henderson and Miss Isabel Kerrlns motored to Mason City Thursday to spend the day on a combined business and pleasure trip. Miss Leona Gesme of Hanlontown came Monday to spend a week with her sister, Mrs. L. L. Lease, during the absence of Mr. Lease on his fishing trip to Cass Lake. Julius Studer and Simon Hlrener were in Des Moines Tuesday and Wednesday on business for the Kossuth & Hancock Oil Company in which they are interested. Members of the Study club held n picnic on the lawn of the John Amesbury home Monday. Mrs. W. A. Drewelow of Omaha, a former member, was a special guest. Miss Virginia Benton left Tuesday for Iowa City where she entered the University hospital for treatments for diabetes. She expects to work part time at the hospital . Mr. and Mrs. Meyers of Aplington is here visiting her daughter, Mrs, Everett Weiland. They expect to visit with other relatives in Britt and Titonka before they return home. Mrs. Matt Laux and the E. M. Olson family motored to Webster City Sunday to attend the annual Raskopf family reunion. This year there were forty-five relatives present. Mrs. John Goetz, daughter Dorothy and Mrs. Helen Johnson, and sons, George and Leo A., drove to Algona on Monday to hear the reading of the last will of John Goetz, deceased. Fred Stefl, who lives on tfie p. E. Miller farm, is suffering from blood poisoning in his third finger on his right hand. He Is unable to do any threshing and bus hired a substitute in his place. L. H. Kleinpeter and L. L. Lease left Saturday night about nine-thirty for a week's fishing trip to Cass Lake, Minnesota. Their object in going then, was to pscane driving in the intense heat of the day. > Miss Alice Breen of Titonka is at the Turgeson home, as a companion for Mrs. Turgeson during~the absence of her dauRhter, Mrs. Hodges, who is taking medical treatment at a hospital at u.£. North Dakota. Mrs. Bertha Looft and children, Mrs. H. H. Schutter and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft were guests 1 at the Jerry Schutter home at West Bend Sunday. Miss Margaret Looft spent, the week Miss Irma / Arndorfe^lf home -from" her duties as registered nurse at a hospital in Battle Greek. Michigan. She will remain with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Arndorfer for a month or six week* before returning, to-Michigan Celebrating our start In the World-Wide 1930 ZEPPELIN RACE! ward' > Mr.' and Mrs. Pa T/ie Stare nearLUVerne. Mrs. Phillips WM (formerly Dorothy Tiede and was;* clerk-at the .Ben F. Felt store before her marr rlage two years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Felt returned last Tuesday from,a two weeks',,trip to Chiflholm, Hibbing,'Duluth'»n4 other northern Minnesota points. Most of the time was spent at Dewey Lake in a log cabin cottage with friends they knew, thirty years ago. There will be no services at the M. E. church next Sunday in order that Rev. Moore may attend the Northwest Iowa Bible conference at the Methodist Camp on Lake Okoboji. Several families plan to attend and wiH take a picnic dinner with them. Miss Martha Haynes returned home Monday from Hammond, Indiana, where she had been visiting for a time sort near Lake Forest, Wisconsin. Her sister, Evelyn, will remain at the .resort until its closing on Labor Day. Mrs Elizabeth Amesbury and her daughter, Clara, are house guest at the John Amesbury home Mrs Amesbury had been visiting her mother, Mrs. Waterman at Mankato, and expects to makes visits here, in Britt, Titonka and Algona before reutrning to Mankato The regular meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary will be held! at the Legion roorrls Thursday nlgh| with Mrs. William Garman as hostess. The Auxiliary met only once a month during the summer months- and twice a month from September on through the winter. Fred Looft returned Thursday from Des Moines where he had' gone the day before with Louis and Ray Wingert. It was necessary for Ray to remain longer in order to go> through the clinic. He is seeking relief from the cause of the paralytic stroke which he suffered some time ago;. Mr. and Mrs. George Aldrlch drove .We're in a Bales contest this Summer i—a Zeppelin Race—with other Goodyear Dealers. Every tire or tube sale shoots us miles along. "Step in" and let us tefl you about it, Cfct the lowest prices, too, on the finest Goodfcan erer made. Tell your friends. Onr "crew" wfll appreciate It. JlWt* oat to bring home the honors and prizes offered the winners. You'll win, too, in the values we giro you backed by our friendly, helpful, all* yea* aoprie*. H. D. Clapsaddle. Ford—Chevrolet Specials New Improved Speedway Cords—' Factory Firsts 30x3% $3.65 29x4.40 $4,45 i>. 30x4.50 $4.95 ,! v '• * f ."'•''. We'll take your worn tires in on new Goodyear All-Weathers—Low Summer Prices. " Lifetime Guaranteed Superior to many highest priced brand*. Values possible because Goodyear leads in tire production and $njoys lowest costs. Carefully Mounted Free 'Pathfinder Balloon v 29x4.40 ,:._'_.—.. — $5.55 29x4.50- ___________ $6.30 30x4.50 _•_.__- ______ $6.35 29x5.00— ____ #£L..-f$.00 31x5.25JmL£i_;L ___ $9.80 ..• ,' }',-. ,-",.•>!".. ?~* •< •* v fei^ Pathfinder Hi-Pressure 30x3% cl. Cord ____ $4.95 30x3% cl. Oversize _$5.05 31x4 S. S. Oversize _$8.80 33x4 S. S. Oversize $10.10 Tubes also low priced. CLAPSADDLE TIRE & VULCANIZING SERVICE ^ytftf^VtfUVtftfV^^ The scores were totaled and it was /uvUWVUVWUWUWlAArVWWVVVUVV found that Mrs. Anthony Johnson was high and Mrs. Clara Amesbury second high. The hostesses served a delicious lunch as a closing feature. ' , ,,, and Mrs. . DonnaJean ' of ,pejvteln ^caine, on, Sunday for a visit at' the honwa of Ben 'Felt and Mrs, Agatha HaverlyrM*; Hayerly and the children returned on Monday morning leaving Mrs. Haverly '. longer visit. '"Miss Annette Bes- ,er 1 - iCT. '(ftp* 6% - -< • ".'-.*( ;'>- ;,7";, V ^ *" Mr. and -Mrs Lawrence Hanson and Harold,Hanson of Thompson were the guests ;at'the home of their mother,, Mrs. ,N. Sfc'Hanson.xSunday.' Harold returned ;with his brother for a longer stay onrtoe farm. They spent» part of the day 'at Algona with their Bis,ter, Mrs. Homer. Anderson and her parents; Mr. and Mrs. John Harris,' who are here visiting their daughter. They live in Fontiac, Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. DeSpence Bentley arrived here Friday night from Fort Worth. Texas, having driven 1070 miles in two days. They will visit here for two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Giddings and then go to Peoria, Illinois, for two weeks with his parents. Mr. Bentley holds a government position as chemist in the bureau of industrial alcohol at Fort Worth. Mr. and Mrs. Wellingon A. Drewelow, Bobby and Betty, are here visiting with friends this week. They spent the past week with his parents at New Hampton. Mr. Drewelow, who was formerly assistant cashier of the First National Bank, is now connected with an insurance company at Omaha where the family lives. Mrs. Drewelow also held a position with the same<company until recently. Mr. and Mrs. Jorgen Skow, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Flom, Viggo Kiilsholm and Mrs. Marion Paulson drove to Iowa' ?alls early Sunday morning to attend ;he closing program of a 'series of meetings held there in a tabernacle under the leadership of Campbell Morgan. Their main object in going was ;o hear Mr. Morgan give a lecture on ft f Oiir Greatest X '*»?. *• • f „ • * i urnil «te <f< ygsfcy *'«;«'fv^ IS NOW ON Special for Friday and Saturda^ A sturdy, well-finished end table in the half-round type, while they last at thermometer registering 120 and 122 degrees in the shade in Kansas. Drove to Rochester— Earl and Erma Ward together with their uncle, William, Ward, drove to Rochester Sunday to spend the day with their father and brother, Clarence Ward, who has been there the past two weeks. Mrs. Ward, who was with him last week, remained with her husband for a longer stay. They report Mr. Ward as showing no improvement bo far. texxxxx^^ Painting and Decorating Latest improvements in spray equipment. First class Workmanship, materials guaranteed, and prices right. HARRY BAKER Phone 778. Mr. and Mrs. Zack Gibson were Sunday g'uests at the James T. Flaherty home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Looft and Allen drove to Ledyard Sunday to visit his mother. Mrs. John Looft. V r r «'td Mrs. Oscar Brunson and Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Haynes and families enjoyed an outing at Eagle Lake Sunday. Fred Diekmann left Sunday for Fredericksburg, where he will attend to business matters for the Kunz Grain Company. Charles Johnson who has been here since spring visiting his sister, Mrs. Gus Carlson, left Monday for his home at Neosho, Missouri. Mrs. Charles Oapps of Des Moines brought her mother, Mrs. Charles "" to Mason City Sunday to' meet her sister; Audrey Koepke, vrno>wUl spend her vacation here. Miss Koepke was graduated from the Wesley Wgh school a number of years ago, since which time she has been in Minneapolis holding a position as stenographer. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gfcatz, Bobbie and Jean Marie, Mr. and Mrs. John Arndorfer arid daughter; lima, were Sunday guests at the P. J. Greiner home at Algona. Mrs.. Gttaner and Mr. Arndorfer are sister and brother. A brother, Frank Arndorfer of Milwaukee U> here for a visit with relatives. Mrs. Nettie; Tttrgeson received a letter Monday morning from her daughter, Mrs. Cora Hlnkel, who lives at Medford, Taylor county, Wisconsin stating that the old settlers in the northern part of that state declare the past month to have been the hottest they have ever«experienced in their long lives. The Methodist Ladies' Aid met last Wednesday with Mrs. A. M. Lease. Mrs, Z>. L. Lease was assistant hostess. The Swedish AW met with Mrs. Julius Hanson north of town. It was decided at the Methodist Aid to hold an ice cream, pie, and cake social at the tourist park this Wednesday night to which the public is Invited. A pleasant social event last week was a bnugei party at the home of Mrs. A. M, Lease, with Mrs. J. T. Meurer and Mrs, Henry Looft assistant hostesses. 'Temperance." They Sunday evening. returned! home To Attend Sister's Wedding in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Frank WHJiams leave this evening for Gilmore City, where they will join Mr. and' J#rs. Bex Van Alstlne and drive to Chicago to attend the wedding of Miss Emma Morrison, sister of Mrs. Williams and Mrs. van Alstlne, to Henry B. puPlan of, Chicago. The ceremony will take place at the Joseph Bond chapel of the University of Chicago at eight-thirty Saturday evening, AU&. 8. Mrs. Williams is to be the matron of honor. The manager of Gamble stores aays, "You'll want to hear the new 1831 Cur- onado Radio.' before you by—New Torw Control—3 Screen Grid Tubes." Now on display.. Rag Bugs 29c each Modernistic Bridge Lamps at $2.75 •: Kemember we hold only two sales each year and they are filled with real values. ... ' RICHARDSON •Furniture Exchange ^ "Where Furniture Sells for IF you feel sea-sick this hot weather, just phone 4MH9lr ^|BI^ »l!^wBWS^^M ^^^f for quality glrpceries. fou will soon feel bet' lev. No Mistake Id's the same drees you sent over—minus the soil, stain and wrinkles. Sure, it looks like a new dress—that's the secret of our success. The BijAwiuPaper Bag is always a symbol o|?the well-kept wardrobe. Our prices are so low that it Is easy to have togs cleaned and pressed weekly, Cleaners Branches ajti4 PeWypry gerv; in

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