The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 20, 1930 · Page 3
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MANYATLONGBEACH FOR IOWA PICNIC 100,000 Meet at An nual Gathering of Iowa Folks in California. MISS ALICE MANN REPORTS MEETING Us* of Kosstrth Cdttfty Peopte At tending Shows Many Well Known Forme* Residents Present (By Miss Alice Mann.) Long Beach, California, August 13th 1B30. Haggard & .Backus, Dear Editors; The famous mid-summer. Iowa Picnic at Long Beach has come anc gone. It is estimated that about one hundred thousand former lowans were in attendance. Judge Ralph H. Clock of Long Beach, president of the Iowa Association of Southern California was a former resident of Algona and went to school to Mrs. Horton many years ago. He displayed marvelous executive ability in handling the big crowd. He sent a .message of greet* ing which was' given by radio back to the grand old home state. . 'Interest centered in the Golden Wedding club composed 6f couples who were married fifty years or more, The club has a membership of 131 couples. O. H. Parsons, brother-in- law of Mary Paine Parsons, has been secretary of the Federation of States for many years. He was greeted .with an ovation when he stepped before the microphone. A very interesting program was given during the atfernoon. Many form- er'lowan's who have attained positions of distinction, spoke to the Vast audience. Among them Judge Charles L. and Congressman J. VV Grail, 'the famous Crail twins, were, much in evidence. , V ;-: . . -'... '••• . ••'•'.:. '•-'•.-.' . 'A" As I was looking after a cousin who Is ill I could not attendMhe picnic. You are indebted to my sister Viola Mann, for the names or the registrants. Koi&nth Folks at Picnic. E. M. Polhemus and family. J. B. Henderson. . R. E .Stough. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Waldo. LeRoy Lloyd.' : Mrs. F. E. Hempill (Hulda Radig). Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Radig. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Dreyer. ". O. E. Bravender. Mrs. Albert Erickson. .. Georgia M. Morse. Mrs. O. J. Anderson. ... ; . Dan.A. Anderson. Frank HI Anderson. . , v C. J. Anderson. *''." A. N. Carlson. Helen Martha Radig. - •, MrB. E. W. Peterson .(Radig). Bertha Mann. ' ' \ i .;{ . Horace Mann. Alex White. ,1 > Mrs. August Bexell.' Wilbur'F.-S. Airplam Picture of Tiwnka Indian Day Molnes Register photographers. Pictures by courtesy of Des Molnes Register. Birdseye view of Titonka on Indiah Day, taken from Good News II by Des . _ . 'Mrs. August Margie" Mrs. 'Lillian Dolf Idles, •&>."" O. H. Richards. $t A. T. Aunger: J, P. Zeimet. ^! ^ ' Mrs. L. J/ Gantz (Agatha Wessels), Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Zanke. Mrs. Anna Sample Walters. JL_ Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hatch. Mrs. Vinnie H. Conner. Anna Hamilton. E. H.' Reaser. Jennie Witham Anderson. Mildred Peterson Jacqbson. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. McFarland. Everett E. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Anderson.' Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Pangburn. Mrs. A. W. Pringle. J, A. Bexell. Mrs. J. T. Hartman- (Attig). Mrs. G. F. Thomas. Mrs. Lem Pope. ' , E. T. Crane. Mrs Rally Pringle Henness. Mrs. Bee L. Vest. Albert Erickson.' ' Mrs. C. G. Bracher. M. B. Butler. Ira Dlnger. • Mrs. Louisa Dlnger. Roscoe Dlnger. Rosa Stebblns. Leo E. Stebblns. w.tr...wills. Al Ewlng. ' Clara Lamb Ewlng. Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Qulnby. Emma H. Harper. Viola Mann. ; Otis' L, Harper. -Mrs. O. E. Bravender. Dr. and Mrs. R. D. Temple. George Devlne. i Clara Devlne. Clifford Devlne. ' • Mr. • and Mrs. Ralph Devine, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Devlne. Nellie Bowyer. Gwendolyn Bowyer Norrie. Mrs. Blanche Grose. Nellie Palmer. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Holdridge Mark Whalen. J. P. Kelly, Jr. C..I..Hallett. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Wilson. Irene Wilson Warner. Ann Paine Burke. Margaret Bushnell Hoffraaster. Agnes Erickson Woodruff.' H. J. Thompson. > Rev. and Mrs. Geo. W. White (Letie Hutchins.) Harvey Swanson. Hon. L. Anderson. v iE, B, Hawkins, : ,,, •Harry, Swanson. , R.- M. Thompson. ,,-W. G, Thpmpson! Q., Wi' Brunner. , ( George Schenck, T, O, Rice. " J .and She has.been mak- - ' N. J. *"Dr.,and Mrs/O. W. Paciard. E. McDonald.* Edna. McFarland. ., Mrs. Helen Guerney. Betty Foshbldt. Esther Fellows. WEST BEND NEWS. Leslie Stover wate down from Rodman on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Boevers were week end visitors at St. Paul. The condition of Mrs. Emil Bruellman is not. as favorable this week. Mrs, Clarence .Maxwell of Rodman was shopping in West Bend Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Cleal and family of Rolfe visited the Myron Boos home Sunday. Mrs. Earl Pease of Bradgafc spent Thursday at the home of Mrs. AJlce Pease, . , v John Williams and family were Sun- PURE day visitors at the Roberts home near Milford. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Munson and family were callers at Eagle Grove on Sunday. v Steve Williams and Miss Jane Love motored to Fort Dodge Friday. They visited with relatives there. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jolllffe of near Mallard were callers at the home of Mrs. Alice Pease oh Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sloan . spent Wednesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rusbell Maxwell near Algona. ' ••••; Gloria Patricia is the new arrival at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mikes. All concerned are getting along nicely, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Sloan, Mrs. H. A. Sloan,'Mrs. Jane Anderson and Walter Williams were Fort Dodge visitors Tuesday. < Frank Hugerlch resigned his position with the Jensen-Bolstad store on Monday. He and his son, Richard, left Friday morning for Renwick. Mr. and Mrs. John Clampitt moved their household goods to Emmetsburg Tuesday. Mr. Olampltt worked in the Standard Oil business in,West Bend. »i.Charles Riley and friends of Waterloo were week end guests at the home of - his;",uncle.- William -Riley.- - Ohas. is a brother of Oscar and'Ejjn'an Riley. Mrs.. Paxu>Peterson''is at Bfirt stay- Jng-at thp'home of her-daug|8!ter, Mrs. Fred slaughter. <her Children eat it because it's good Parents buy it because it's pure Home made ice cream is famous throughout the, city because of its combined palatabjlty and purity. Ice cream, or any other food for children, must be pure or you won't have it. Pure ice creams <are endorsed by leading nutritionists. You can buy Home Made Ice Cream at the onquin Confectionery te Street „ . „. - _„., Williams' and Grace Chrisman of Ashtori 1 , spent Sunday .at, the borne of Mrs.*Tom Williams here.' •. j 7 f Mrs. Joe Graham and Misses Jennie and Nell Shellmyer' drove to Fort Dodge Thursday, .They attended "the Legion Auxiliary convention and visited with relatives while there. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. -Mantz and Mrs. Harris returned home from Cambridge, Iowa, on Wednesday. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Mantz's niece, Constance Baird of Cambridge. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Fry and their daughters, Helen and'Mary Virginia, left Saturday morning for their home In Lacon, Illinois. They spent the last two weeks here and at Emmetsburg visiting relatives. West Bend is now having interrupted telephone service the past few days as the telephone company is placing underground cables in the west part of town. O. DaUbendiek of Anita is assisting with the work. The Woman's Home and Foreign Missionary (society held their annual Jlcnio at the Park Friday atfernoon. 3ames were played and a good social time was enjoyed by those present. A covered dish lunch was served late In,the afternoon. Steve Williams, Mrs. Jane Anderson and Jane Love returned home on Monday to Berkley, Virginia. The former is a music instructor in the college of Lynchburg, Virginia. The remainder of the party are returning to then- home at Berkley after spending the summer with relatives in Iowa. Mrs. Ada Sloan and daughters, Mae and Grace, left Sunday for a two weeks' visit in Cedar Falls at the R. H. Sloan home. Mr, Sloan has been .spending vacation here and they returned with him. While there they plan on visiting Mrs. Sloan's parents and a sitser who lives in Waterloo. B. F. McFarland, Mr. Tinsley and daughter, Natalie, returned home from St. Paul Tuesday. They were accompanied by their daughter, Mrs. Wm. Williams and husband, who will make a short visit at their home. Mrfe. McFarland remained in St. Paul for a longer visit with a daughter and family. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Simmons spent Thursday and Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Riley and Arthur Simmons, They were returning from Wells, Minnesota, where they had spent the past two weekfe at the home of a daughter. Their daughter's bus- band was very ill with pneumonia. Be is improved in health at this time. \ Mr- and Mrs. Ralph Sloan and daughter, Eulah, M:rs. J. S. Williams and Mrs. Jane Anderson spent Wednesday at Bradgate visiting at the home of Mrs. Rosa Hadeen. Mr. and Mrs, R. H. Sloan spent Thursday at Rojfe. Mrs, WWiams accompanied them and they visited Mrs. Williams' daughter, Mrs. Iver Brown and family. - ;.' ••-: •' •;.- " • .. be Presbfterian church was the scene of a merry crowd Tuesday evening. The party wfts given in honor of Mr. and Mrs, E. B. Dlxon and family, Mr. Pixon has been elder in the chuych for a number of years ami MUs. Dlxon has been Interested in the missionary and A}g society work as WS» W in the Sunday §chja9l anx| chujrch. They Jeft for pysart Mpn» day where they will make (their home, Floyd Gibbons Is home after a to Chicago and Milwaukee. O. F. Kraushaar visited with his mother at Waverly- last week. Clarke Coffin cleaned out the well on the C. L. Dittmer farm Monday. • Dick Smith and daughter of Jefferson spent Sunday here with relatives. Miss Irene Larsen of Eagle Grove is visiting her sister, Mrs. V. E. Sellers. Stella Isenberger hate been visiting at the Walter Klamp home the past week. Misses Lulu Hawcott and Esther Bahling left Monday for a trip to the Black Hills. Edward Paine left Saturday for" Chicago where he will visit with his brother, Merwyn. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Trainer visited with friends at Truman, 'Minnesota, the past week. Wm. Hendricks of Buckingham, Illinois, is visiting at the W. J. Davlson home th)s week. Mr.. and Mrs. C. C. Smith spent Sunday, evening at the Henry Guide home" to Bancroft. I Mrs. Amos Klnney and children of Bancroft moved into the Peterson bouse last week. J M..,J.',Ryerson is .building a nw*-A*!fi4-fc«i .f±f T. rtMw.j.11 H. Carroll far ,.., ler came home Saturday from-Delavan, Wisconsin,^,where she spent the summer. ' ; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Godden from near Swea city were guests on Sunday at the Charles Olson home. Mrs. W. T. Kennedy and son, Dale, spent Thursday of last week at Algona at the Frank Gelgel home. Alfred Matson of Armstrong visited at the home of his sisters, Mrs. Jay Graham, over the week end. D. F. Slaughter went to Independence last week to visit his mother and to attend a' family reunion. Mrs. Anna Krlethe has been ill for several days. Mists Josephine Dittmer of Algona Is caring for her. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Brace and daughter, Gladys visited with relatives at Fredeflcksburg last week. Mrs. Wm. Vogel and sort, Albert, Visited Mrs. Vogel's mother at Bon- llla, South Dakota, last week. Little Kenneth Trenary celebrated his sixth birthday Saturday by entertaining a number of friends. F. O. Stow and son, Lester, drove to Lakefield, Minnesota, Wednesday to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Orville Stow. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart, the Misses Dorothy Stewart and Lucille Sewlck were at Clear Lake last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. 0. F. Mann, and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Stow are on a camping trip in northern Minnesota this week. Mrs. H. S. Young, and Mrs. De La Hunt are visiting this week with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W: A. Peters. Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Stow and Lester and the James Sewlck family were guests at the O. L. Phelpp home on Sunday. Mrs. Paul Moore is home again after spending a week at the homo of her daughter, Mrs. L. • J. Schmidt at Corwlth. Dr. W. T. Peters and Dr. M. J. Kenefick attended an Upper Iowa Medical meeting at Spirit Laka last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. McDonald of Sioux City spent the week end here with Cecil's parents, Mr. and Mrs, O. P. McDonald. Charles Patterson and son, Wendell, were at Ames last week making arrangements for Wendell to attend col- 'ege there this fall. Mrs, Maude Hanna and sons, Ohas. and Walter, returned home Monday from Minnesota, where they spent a week at the lakes. Mlss^Lura Sewlck Is visiting at the wme of her brother, Harry at Ireton, Iowa, and at Rock Valley at the Albert Sewlck home; The Lutheran Sunday School had a )lcnio Sunday at the Ed. Blerstedt wme. A large.crowd was present and all report a fine time. Word from F. L.Trfftt and A. N. Jensen, who are in northern Mlnne- .ota, states that the weather is -fine and the fishing good. The members of the Sewing Circle and their families enjoyed a picnic upper on the W; T. Trainer lawn on ast Thursday evening. The Mite society will meet at the church August 27th with Mlb. W. T. Peters, Mrs. Charles Olson and Mrs. Jess McDonald as:hostesses. ' Mrs. Emma Hawcott who has been staying ,af Algona to*-several months, returned to the home", of her*"d'aughter, Mrs. Wilfred Ohaffee last The little son of Mr. and Richards, in getting ..alone" &<&K8X3®%XXXt®t^^ Sunday, Rev. George Roberts will be at the M. E,-church. Rev. Roberta,} is 5 VACATION "Come in and get cleaned up!" And mother dives Into the youngster's wardrobe for another change of summer clothes. Heavens— how the youngsters do use them up! Fortunately, this mother has her laundering done at our establishment, and she has a maximum wardrobe always clean for the youngster. And the cost Is no morn —and the assurance and convenience greatly Increased. We wash every day and can give one day service on washings brought In before eight o'clock In the morning. Let our truck stop today and pick up your laundry. Service—Quality. KIRSCH LAUNDRY Phone 287, Algona, Iowa. K8£tS38ff&^^ a missionary In Africa and a graduate of Ames College. All should plan to hear him. Carl Noehren, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hein and children of Shelby county are'Visiting at the homes of Mfls. Trlna Wiese, and the Carl and Henry Ewoldt homes. The members of the Home Guard girls and their leader Mrs. James Se- wlck, had a picnic at the Call State Park at Algona Tuesday. They report a fine time. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cunningham of Volga City visited at the.J. P. Cunningham home Saturday. They came up to attend the Indian Day celebration at Titonka. Mr. and Mrs.'. J. P. Cunningham, and Mrs. Chos. Relbsamen accompanied Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cunningham to Ledyard Saturday where they visited with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hartshorn. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis, who have been living here the past two months, moved back to Algona Monday. Mr. Lewis has been unable to work for some time owing to injuries received in an auto accident. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ringsdorf, Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ringsdorf fe and three children returned home the flust of the week from Newark; : North Dakota, where they visited.at the {Carl and Ross 1 Ringsdorf homes. ' Mr. and' Mrs. Finn Sewick came on Bunf^ay from the^southern.part of .the -t. ~ » .-"^.--a. • -«-, Tia*^ ^ *+ ___i _*_r«« ?r. *? _ i _"._ ,_ •" t. SPECIAL SALE where he will also work with a paving crew. Mrs. G. H. Mammen of Chicago vls- ited, with Dr. W. T. Petcife and family Sunday. Dr. Peters and Dr. Mammen were room mates at the home of Mrs, Mammon's parents while at college. Dr,, Mammon was located at LeMars untll'twelve years ago when they moved .to Chicago. A deal was made last week when A. T. Field of Fertile, Iowa, purchased the Sanders Cafe. Mr, Sanders will follow the barber trade and the family is now visiting with relatives at Renwick. Mr. Field has moved his family here and has taken possession. Mrs. Alfred Godfred&on,' Mrs. S. ML Peterson, Lois Graham and Lillian Godfredson will attend the state fair at Des (Molnes next week. The* girls won first at Achievement Day and they will represent the Portland township team. Their subject was Approv-, ed Shoes. Their talk was on Shoes and The Effect they have on thQ Body, The Birthday Circle met day at the home of Mrs. Ida Anderson, Mm. W. A. Ladendorf arranged toe program in which all toe*,,' a part; Mrs. C. S. Coffin, Sr,, brought an interesting poem, s entitled "Ojfl the Homestead," which 4 war written by, SU iir ^-~«v.«ii «.v,x 'tyed' Hear Battcrbft (Us .refreshment^ W. Campbell wjno, a,t f one, t tuhe^ ' were served* Mr. and Mrs. to Mankato Sunday, 1 Were ..,., _„._ , tendexl a family reu^on>t;SiWey Payk^ of the veto' flfty-ceven a fine time, was enjoyed a nne lunevwup enjoyea uy.uu. -,i.uqy • lSI ,^?;« deplded to have another reunion next - ,,« A,f; year. ' ' / ^" > ' > ' AA >,< •* b V _ i-* . t ' WEEK OF Aug. 25 to 30 Copper Lining is a permanent protection against inside rust. Porcelain (glass) lining is not a permanent protection against inside rust. The copper-lined Copper-Clad Range (patented) costs yon no more than a porcelain (gloss) lined range, but it is worth more The Copper-Clad specialist will be here to demonstrate the advantages of that finest of all ranges—the COPPER-CLAD. many Come and see why the Copper-Clad has a copper lining. See how its body is built on the thermos principle to Insure better baking and to save fuel. See why Its oven lasts longer and Is tighter than any other oven. See how beautiful this range Is, with Its graceful defclgn and Its smooth porcelain enamel finish In lovely modern colors. See how . easy It is to clean, because all bolts and rivets, all hinges and catches, are cleverly concealed. Beautiful Premium FREE By special arrangement with the Copper-Clad people, we arc enabled to give thte splendid 35-piece China Dinner Set FREE with every Copper-Clad Range purchased during our Special Demonstration and Sale.i This Chinaware Is far superior to the grade usually given as premiums. Each piece is of select stock, pure white and flawless, delicate in design and tastefully decorated in colors. The set consists of 35 pieces as follows: 6 cups, 6 saucers, 6 dinner plates, 6 salad plates, 6 fruit dishes, 1 large platter, 1 vegetable dish, 1 cream pitcher, butter dish with cover. Sets of this quality would be very moderately priced at $12.00 each. You get a set FREE, If you buy your Copper-Clad Range during our Special Demonstration and Sale. 0. W. ERICKSON HARDWARE J, NELSQN, Manager ALGONA, IOWA. PHONE 274.

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