The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 6, 1930 · Page 7
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The Upper Des Moineg-Repupiican, August G, 1930 Mr. end Mr&i Eugene Muftaeh spent Tom Carmody*Was over from Whit- business Thursday. Ed. Hauptffian of Wcjley was a bus!' heas visitor In Algbna Saturday. Mrs. L, W. Fox spent a few days of last week and this at. Lake Okoboji. Harold Hood of Emmetsburg was a "business visitor in Algona on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Lalndy of Min- •neapolis spent -the week end visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ai Bloom. The;, ladies ;are sifters. Mrs. Conrad Rabe tome Sunday from Minneapolis for & two or three weeks 1 , visit with her mother, Mrs. Anna Rustrum, Annette Bestenlehner of whltte- more spent ' Sunday with ^Catherine Delm. Annette Is a daughter of frank ' Bestenlehner, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Godden spent Sunday In Mason idity visiting his mother, Mrs, J. H. Godden of EJlimets- burg, who is in a hosptal there taking . treatments. W. 0. Danson and son, Paul and Carl Pearson, spent the week end at Okoboji. They reported that the flsh- ing was not as good as on some of their previous trips. Chester Ffdkenhalner arrived In Algona Sunday from New York City. He will spend two weeks here visiting relatives. Mr, Falkenhainer is assistant • manager of the Travelers Insurance office in New York. ... Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sterling and little daughter came home Sunday from Earlville, Illinois, where they had visited for a week at the home of Mr. Sterling's sister. Mr. Sterling was .taking his vacation from the Foster, Furniture store.' Another son was bom Monday of last week to Mr. and Mrs. Jess Lashbrook. They now have four sons and one daughter. The local council of the Knights of Columbus held a meeting last week for the installation of officers. Attorney James Fay, Who is district deputy, fthd Tom Nolan, both of Emmetsburg, were the installing officers. Mrs". Horace Hamilton arrived in Al- gcma last Thursday from MlnneapoJis for a month's Visit' .vlth her patents, Mr. and Mrs. ft. W. Horigan. She is private secretary for the Blake School for Boys in Minneapolis. Miss Lillian stftittf came home on Friday for a summer vacation With her parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Strom. Shelias been a librarian hi the University library at Iowa City the past year, but will teach at Hartley in the fall. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Amuttson and children came home Sunday from Ellsworth, where they had visited Mrs. Amunson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Reynolds. They also visited With relatives at Jewell, Buckeye, and in Des Moines. Mr. Amunson had a week of vacation from the Wehler Jewelry store. L. E. "Funny" Laymort arrived in A gpna Friday from Modesto, California. He Stayed until. Saturday when he drove to ChlcaKO to meet his wife who has been there visiting for a week, or more. "Funny" has been employed bv the Pountry Prrnlitte Company of California for the past year and a half. E. W. Larson, who is associated with the W. M. Bell Grain Company in,Algona assisting A. E. Anderson, Is"-n6w playing a trumpet In the Algona Military Band. He has been, associated with a number of orchestras and bands throughout Wisconsin, Minnesota and Iowa and no doubt will be an asset to the local bind. Banker Guy M. Butts of Wesley was over Monday on business. Walter Smith of Burt was in Algona on business Monday. Mike Schlltz of Bancroft was in Algona on business Saturday. John Witte of St. Benedict wfts call- Ing on Algona friends Saturday. .Father Loeffelholtz of St. Benedict was a visitor In Algona Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Johnson of Swea City were visitors in Algona on Monday. Judge Lovrlen of Humboldt was In the city Saturday on professional business. 'since Call Theatre - Algona A $6,000.00 power plant installed for your comfort. Cooling comfort at tho Call. We guarantee your money back if you are uncomfortable at any time, 107 degrees outside last Sunday and every patron comfortable. 50000 cubic feet of pure air cooled'through ice water made It possible. WED. & THURS., AUG. 5-6 Trade matinee on Thursday at 2:30 p. m. Loretta Young ; .JacijtMulhall ?a "ROAD TO PARADISE" Supported by Kathryn Williams and Raymond Hatton.. A dramatic story of twin sisters—one of the underworld; one of the social set. Everyone has a douWe—see "Road to Paradise," Also—, ** •,-''• Big program of added' attractions, When you plan to^o places./and do things;,,say 'Algona, T North,west Iowa's best summer Resort. Yorcan cool off,any tlme f at.the " * y( -I) i £UUUB- !UBO;-£ •-« . . '>Fr|ij)c Albertsonff' "THE BIG. PARTY Whoopee is some * business! 7 have a hilarious time.-' The'young- er set jit a. million dollar party. Al- E' so a well balanced Vttaphone Theatre and the big power plant for cooling make the Call Theatre, and Algona, Northwest Iowa's most popular summer resort. You can cool off any time. Matinee Sunday at one p. m. and every two hours. Greta Garbo Lewis Stone Elliott Nugent "ROMANCE" Garbo, the gorgeous. Ever chang- " ing, always aUurJtog.,, fe '| -- WJ ------ *•£ — jy — -' Tender, .flaming; ., '-love ,as , you have^neYeiVj,seen.»,4i f A.vineyer to be forgotten .thrill. . fc Second Showtog Sorter Alre cfollng Jfcj jjbhe. . r "ft- 'i i ' ••" ' ' Vaudeville program. 1 SATURDAY, AUGUST 9. Cool and comfortable at any temperature 90 or 107 or your money ba6k. The $6,000.00 power plant makes it possible. , •H's a big fun and thrill show. Hoot Gibson ; and his straight shooting gang"; of,, hard-rlduig cowboys in . ^ "COURTING 1VILD CATS" If 'you love wonderful scenery, and swift action, sprinkled with big laughs plan for this one. Also Talking Comedy. Call Cooled by "Kooler Air." Air cooled through ice water. James Gleason *• ,"THE MATRIMONIAL BEDS' It's French and it's funny. Believe it or not—Rip Van Winkle was a Frenchman. A gay, sophisticated farce. " T Women looked at him and said, "What a man." But-his wives did not mean what his; sweethearts did. How Paris got Its reputation. 1001 laughs. You'll blush a little and laugh a lot. •ell balanced program of Vita- Vaudeville. BIG SUN. AND MON. SPECIAL, Come into the one p. m. matinee, You'll be cool and comfortable, call L. E. Llrtnan was hi Sioux Rapids and Sioux City over Saturday on business. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Brundage returned Monday morning from a trip to Indiana. Charles Sampson and family expect to leave this week in their "bungaloaf- er" for California. E. J. Murtagh went to Muscatine on business Monday. He was expected back today or Thursday. Leighton Mlsbach was unable to work Tuesday in the Kraft-Misbach store because of stomach trouble. Mrs. Isabell Meiggs went to Minneapolis last Wednesday for a visit with a niece. She came back Sunday. The Misses Wilma Seldon and Joyce Clark of Havelock spent the week end as guests at the G. D. Shumway home. Perry Johnston and Miss Elsie Keegan of Des Moines visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Johnston, Saturday and .Sunday/ Mrs. 0. E. Mayfleld came home on Friday from Armstrong where she had spent a few days at the home of her brother, Joe Higgins. Miss Edith Gregson, high school teacher at Omaha Is visiting her brother, Wlllard here; and with her parents near St. Benedict. About twenty members of the W. C. T.' U. attended the county picnic of that- organization which was held at Swea City last Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Whitney spent Several days last week in northern Minnesota. Mr. Irons of Clayton, Iowa, took his place at the Milwaukee .depot. ','•"'•• .Mr. .and Mrs. W. E.-Laird arrived home Thursday from Rochester, where Mr. Laird was taking treatments for anemia. He reports that he Is much Improved. - ' Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Ramer departed for then- home at Great Falls, Montana, several days ago. Mr. Ramer underwent a serious operation at Rochester and Is much Improved In health. The regular meeting of the W. R. O will take place at seven-thirty p. m., August 12, at the Legion hall. Every member Is requested to be present as there will be much business to attend to. Mrs. Ray Laird and: son of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, ..came Saturday* 'for a week's visit \rttbj'Mrs. Ella Laird 'and, with Mr. and Mrs: Joe Cosgrove. 'Mrs/Laird is a daughter of Mr. and Mr^posgrove. ^: f> Betty Streit came>home Saturday from Chicago where/she- is taking,a • • • • --- —-- -*, the, Mercy F Lf.******^***^ Mrs. Paul Clark has been ill Sunday. Philip Wander of Fenton was transacting business in Algona on Tuesday. Howard French, Tltonka's popular lumberman was calling on Atgon* filpnds yesterday. Carl febert and Henry Schultz, two of Whittemore's prominent farmers were Algona visitors yesterday. Mrs. Frank Vera and an aunt of Ks- thervllle and othsr relatives of Chicago spent Friday at West Bend. Jess Anderson is helping at the C. S. Johnson store part time. He Is employed hi the meat department. Mrs. Joe Loebig and her mother, Mrs. M. C. Franson drove to Cherokee foi a visit with relatives Sunday. H. D. Clapsaddle was able to be back at the tire shop Monday after an absence of several days because of illness. Miss Geraldlne Hartshorn returned borne Saturday from Ames where she has been visiting friends the past two weeks. Mrs. Nita Isaacson returned, home Saturday from an auto trip to Denver She was accompanied by a friend, Mrs. kelsey of Omaha. Mrs. H. B. Wilson of Olenwood came Tuesday for a week's visit with her son Lester, who is employed hi" the Borchardt drug store. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Miner drove to Webster City Sunday to visit a sister of Mrs. Miner, Miss Agnes Bilsborough and a brother, Tom. Miss Marie Wehler, who has benn visiting her sister In San Francisco, California, the past three weeks is expected home Saturday. Mrs. L. G. Stockwell came Tuesday from a visit with her brothers and sisters in Eagle Grove and Stanhope. She had been gone since last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Moore went to Marion Sunday to attend the Johnston reunion of Mr. Moore's family, which was held at Thompson park at Marion. ' 'J. A, Freeh' iUrbusy reinstating mem- bert.in thenreomen Society.' THUBS. & FRI., AUGUST 14-15 Matinee Thursday 2:30 p. m. prices —IQjS-SOc. The greatest romantic adventure of modern times—thrilling and alive with "BYRD AT THE SOUTH POLE" Authentic Courage and daring at the bottom of the world, where no woman has ever been. Also— •.. . New .Talking News. vmrknow that the Call Theatre in Algona'Js the 'smajlest; pH«,in., 9 " Kooler Air ice water cooling system and We are work them, out, who have 'dropped out have a credit and this;,may, be applied ,to..new .Insurance, ''l^e has northern -Iowa counties for his territory. ' ' -4^1 AI Falkenhainer and Melpar' Falken- hainer and a party of directors, of the Druggists Mutual Insurance?"'company left Sunday for Minneapolis' and Duluth for a few day's trip on business In connection with the Insurance company. Mr. and Mrs. Elvln Rockwell and son who were enroute home to Whitewater, Wisconsin, after a six weeks' trip to Idaho and the coast, stopped here from Wednesday until Saturday with the former's aunt, Mrs. Jane Clark and also with the H. E. Morgan family. ' Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Nelson and children are expected back today from Minneapolis and Rice Lake, Wisconsin, where they have spent a week. They were called to Minneapolis by the death of Mr. Nelson's sister, last Tuesday and went from there to Rice Lake to visit relatives. Dr. and Mrs. C. G. Naudaln came last Friday for a month's visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E, Naudaln. They had been in New York for a month where Dr. Naudain was a guest of New York University and from there they traveled to Pittsburgh, Kansas, their old home and then on to Colorado Springs, for a short visit. Dr. Naudaln Is a chemist for Winthrop College In Rockhlll, South, Carolina. Earl Naudain, another son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E, Naudaln, is expected soon ,from Glendale, California, to attend the reunion of the Naudaln family. Marriage licenses were issued to Clifford Loor of Kumboldt. and Viola Luckow of Lytton, and to Oscar Hentges and Mary Ellen Everhart, both of Bancroft. " Miss Marie Carney, cashier, at the Graham store .returned to her duties Monday after two weeks' vacation spent at Council Bluffs with her mother and sisters. Drs. F. C. and C. J. Scanlan, Dr: Karl Hoffman of Bancroft and Father T. J. Davern drove to International Falls, Minnesota, Sunday for a week or ten days of fishing. Mrs, Martin and small daughter of Indiana are visiting at the Clark Or- tcn home. Mrs. Martin is a sister of Mrs. Orton and will be remembered as Miss Madeline Minkler. Mrs. Alvin Briggs and infant daughter, Mavis, came from Fairmont Sunday where Mrs. Briggs has been with her parents the past few weeks. Her parents returned with hr for a brief visit. * Miss Bridget Gaffney of Rockwell spent Sunday with Algona " friends. Miss Gaffney is a nurse at the Kossuth hospital, but is not working at present wmle recovering from a recent oper- stiop. Sylvia Herrand, whorls employed in Shawls' visltng relatives in'Ames and Maxwell. Bess Hopkins is taking her place in the pffice,' | ' *' 'Gerald Hartshorn arrived Saturday morning from Washington, D. O., where he Is attending Georgetown University Gerald has a ten day vacation which he'will spend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hartshorn. Mrs. Frank Barker and children came Saturday and the Barkers are now living in the Nell Taylor house on North Thorington street. The Barkers plan to make Algona their perma 1 nent home, and they are welcomed back to the city. Th Royal Neighbor club is having a picnic at the Call State Park August A sjNOUNCING THE APPOINTMENT OF F, W, Wehler & Co, Jewelers & Optometrists ; AS AN AUTHORIZED VIRGIN DIAMOND DEALER Qualified and selected as a representative of tills Syndicate through a thorough knowledge of Diamonds—and an established reputation for honesty and square dealing. .Certified Virgin Diamonds arc genuine diamonds, direct from the mines to you, never before individually owned or worn, and sold only through authorized dealers at standard prices. VIRGIN DIAMOND SYNDICATE Holland Office: 47 Sarphatistraat, Amsterdam, Holland •'•lltl •••. i M. Mrs. W.*L. Martin Saturday night after a her mother, Mrs. home on •s visit with »rge Bell, at Strefiter, Nortlf Dakotaf and with other relatives at Medina and.& Jamestown. Blassl went to .1 Mr. and Mrs, Rollln A, Hunter came SUverberg store. Sioux Falls. ' 14th. Each member is requested to bring a covered dish. Supper will be served at seven. Rolls and coffee will be furnished by the club. Cars will be available for those wishing to go. Livermore men and women have completed the organization of an airplane company and filed articles of Incorporation last week. Members of the corporation are Alice J. Collins, Anna Vaught, O, H. Johnson, Frank A. Collins and H. L. Zigrang, all of Livermore. The company is granted the right to buy or sell airplanes and equipment, Furnish Your Home So It Tells What You Are New things that we bought at the Chicago Market are arriving (daily, ai £ mvW to make room for them we are reducing the prices on floor samples, 78.50 and in order to make room $110.00 8-pieco Walnut Dining Suite $98,00 8-pieoe Walnut Dining Suite --. *-• 72.50 $140.00 2-piece Living Rooin Set $92.50 3-piece Bed room set -, '•"' Metal Bed, Spring and Mattress for _ 9x12 Axminster Bug for „-. . 67.50 15.75 29.50 Good Grade Linoleum, per yard ,.„—w,~ 75c Foster Furniture Company Mr .and Mrs. J. M. Moore returned Thursday from Ortonvllle, Minnesota, where they had been the past we»k vis- ting at the A. L. Moore and Harold Moore homes. A. L. Moore is a brother of J. M. Moore, and Harold is a son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Moore. They were also at Cass Lake, where they enjoyed fishing. Mrs. J. F. Nicoulin and son, Fernley, are expected in Algona Wednesday from Hollywood. They had planned to visit friends and relatives here soon, but their visit was hastened by the death of Mrs. Nicoulln's brother George L. Galbraith. Mrs. Nicoulin and Fernley came by way of San Antonio, Texas, and accompanied the body back to Algona where burial, will be made. ' Mr. and Mrs. Marc Moore and Mr. and Mrs. George Steinmetz drove to Dows Sunday to attend a family reunion of the Steinmetz family. Wilma, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Moore returned to Rlceville with her maternal grandmother who was at the reunion. She will be there about a week. The reunion was held at the Ed. Acker home and forty-one persons were in attendance. Patients at the Kossuth hospital this week are Lewis Seward of Livermore, who suffered a fractured leg when the belt of a gasoline engine became loose and twined around his leg in such a manner that the limb was drawn to the engine, thus causing the injury. Mrs, Leo Bollock underwent a majoi operation Monday morning. Evelyn Crapser of Algona, an eight year old child, had'her stonsils removed Sunday. W. I. Paylor, who is resident engineer for the state highway eommir- sl.nj In Kossuth counry, left Mpncay for a two weeks' vac.ulo.i at his old hcmfc in Roxuoro, North Carolina. Mr Paylor's wife and baby have been there for the past three months v'dtinfi W father, who has beea quite ill. Thc to return with Mr. Paylor and make thejr hpmc in Alg^na. P MCC, redden, wUl take Mr. Paylcr' unttt be •Friday previous because of fbe jdeat of her^ther., .^ „, -<,,, . ,,' Oneway last week Joe >Anderaon and L. I. Olngerlch were driving ta'Titonka; Near the Oester^eicher corner ' they struck fcome loosei'gravel and'sthe oar turned over. Mrv'Glngerich was considerably bruised about the face and body but no bones were broken. Mr. Anderson was also spmewhat bruised. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Holmies; Sr., accompanied by Alice Rlst, drove to Omaha Sunday., Mrs, Holmes planned >to soend a week visiting her son, Wilfred Resseguie, his wife and their little new daughter, who was born a few weeks ago. Alice will visit her Rockford college room mate. Mr. 'Holmes returned to Algona Monday. D. H. Goeders, T. H. Chrlschllles and Mrs. Loren Minkler went Into Chicago Saturday evening to do some fall buying for the Goeders store and the Chrischllles & Herbst store. P. J. Christensen left Sunday for Chicago to purchase fall merchandise for the Chris- te'nsen Bros, store. They will all be back the last of the week. Dr. A. K. Hoffman of Bancroft is spending ten days or so with a party at Cass Lake, Minnesota, on a fishing trip. During the doctor's absence, Mrs. Hoffman, who before her marriage was Miss Lucy Harig, popular Algona girl, is spending the time In Algona visiting at the home of her sisters, Mrs. Jr., who was forawfty employed at the leave '.Qamer- ^Tuesday fofcf Omaha, CU1**AMl.A*»n, «»nwa «*S« Tllnttfll mavi+ In «wVi£t«a^tYlAW twlll^vlftlft* MVfL -Albfirfr'Xlllu* er's parents, Congressman j. Dickinson. --They have of vacation and. will divide r ^. between Algona,' and Des Moines Mr. Hunter's parents live, Mr.,- jjr has another year,at L Georfe;,_,, Tngton ITnlversityJiefore he completes his law course, Thursday MrVtSunter and Congressman Dickinson wfll'drive; to Des Monies on a business trip, j;. K'f Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ludwlg of Detroit, and the former's mother, :Mrs. John Ludwlg of Garner, were in Algona Monday calling on friends. Albert Is with the General Motors Acceptance Corporation at Detroit and Is doing well. He was married last February, and this is the first trip he and his wife have made to Algona. Accompanied by Albert's mother- they planned to has [bred Hereford bulls Ranch in; LuVerne Were, purcbi sed __,„ Bon, at Everlyl Mr,: . .„, ...jo la also J*'banker£h< sides being a farmer, noHbas a ;M*l of 300 purebred Hereford 1 cows, H& plans J» feed or sell th&JMgjcrop feafr year. "Awake, arise or Let this year count. hundreds of young men *an<, 'women who will enroll hi Mankato •, en." the bommer- WHO W1J1 CiliUU •»»* *v*a**iM*ww Jjwy»»»»»»v* cial College, Mankato, Minnesota. 8 ^^ Scanlan and Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas. Clyde Martin of the R. O. A. at Camden, New Jersey, came a week ago Sunday on a'two weeks' vacation with home folks. Last week he visited with friends at Garner, Clear Lake, Mason City and also Fairmont, Minnesota. He spent Monday in Ames at Iowa State College with the Theta XI rtaernlty brothers, returning Tuesday morning. Mrs. E. O. Dickinson, deputy recora- A left Sunday for a two weeks' visit vith her daughter, Mrs. R. E. Whitney in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. She in- endp to spend some time in Janesville, Wisconsin, and Elgin, Illinois. This is Mrs Dickinson's first visit to Fond du Lac since the arrival of her new grand daughter, Jean Blair, who is about three weeks old. Mr and Mrs. N. 0. Rice left Sunday night in their new Fierce-Arrow sedan for Chicago where they will attend the gift show during this week. Thev will drive to Frankfort, Michigan where they will visit with their daughter, Mary, who Is attending Camp Osaoha of the Dunes, which Is located on Chrystal Lake. Frances Pyle, daughter of Receiver and Mrs. W. 0. Pyle, to also spending the summer at the camp. Mrs T. C. Sherman and daughter, Dorothy, returned the last of the week from Minneapolis where they had been visiting the former's sister, Mrs. R. K. Kennedy. The Shermans had planned to return home sooner but were detained because of the auto accident in which Mrs. Sherman was injured. She received numerous bruises and cuts, but is recovering nicely. H T Kindelspirc is the new manager of the Council Oak Pooery store. Ho comes here from Spencer, and assumed his duties last week. He succeeds Gus Blassl, who had been in charge of the store for the past two months Mr. Klndelsplre expects to move his family to Algona in about a month. He is assisted In the store by Wm. Seipman, You Are Sure Your , DODGE Is right when itV ; • *-^ ", ' i 'i 1 serviced here > , -f ;We sell Dodge and Plymouth cars and are specialists in servicing them. We offer a very economical periodic inspection service that Prevents many repair bills. When repairs are necessary we hare the special equipment and also the trained mechanics to make them. Our flat rates are the jnpst economical charges that can possibly be made for quality workmanship plus genuine Dodge parts. Drive in. Whatever your car needs—accessories, washing and polishing—here at lowest cost. We Sell United States Tires Why pay more when you can buy a first-class tire for less money. 29x4.4CW4/ply at ^ TUBE FREE A complete line of these celebrated Tires at Remarkably Low Prices. AUTO BATTERIES FROM $5.00 UP ELBERT GARAGE South of Court House. Our Motto—"We Never Close." SPECIAL—A few good used cars at real Bargain Prices. \ $525

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