The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 27, 1930 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, August 27, 1930
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The Upper Des Moiites-Republicail) Attgust 27,1930 The Farmer Holds Both Ends The world has lately Just found out That agriculture Is the route on which Its real success depends. Somehow the farmer holds both ends. Unless the farmer has success .All other lines get in a mess. Prom congress now to president To help the farmer they are bent. The Iowa State Bank has seen this trend *Has always been the farmer's friend. * Iowa State Bank Aigona, Iowa ,g local Brie# The finest meats of selected high quality offered at special prices that will attract every economical housewife Who knows how rarely we reduce the price of our quality meats. Anderson Bros. The Misses Urlina and Gladys Steln- metz returned to their home at Rice- .ville Sunday after a week's visit with their sister, Mrs. Marc Moored and .family. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Vinson are moving into the brick house on the corner of McGregor and Dodge streets formerly known as the Henry Mason residence. A Special Treat ^ for tfte LadieS .Regular $3.00 Facial Treatment Givenjyjth^ut f~—Chargft tp Pro^Uifu^llResuJts p$$iWw£\ ; System of Beauty Culture. v f As a special courtesy to our customers we have* obtained at considerable .expense the services pf Miss Maude Bruer. beauty expert and special representative of Dorothy Per- '-kins, who will be at our store this week. • She will analyze your skin, advise you on your personal lieauty problems, give you a complete facial treatment and show you how to give yourself the same treatment at home. No charge for this service. (We will have a private booth in our store). Phone now for appointment. LUSBY'S DRIIG STORE • ALGONA, IOWA. The Rexall Store . • -• '. • .• .» '\ School Opening Sale Sixty-one school supply items at the lowest of the season prices. See our Sale Bill. t ft JAMES, Aigona Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Clark of Spencer Were Aigona visitors on Monday. Miss Ora Jones is having a two weeks' vacation from the Chrlstensen Bros, store. Mrs. Eva Arend Is expected horn* this week from Detroit Lakes where she has been visiting since last week. County Agent and' Mrs. E. R. Morrl^son attended the state fair in Des Moines from Thursday to Sunday. Mrs. James Neville and son, Eugene Neville, of Brltt drove to Minneapolis Sunday for a few day's visit. Mrs. W. H. Smith left Monday for Webster City, where she will spend the week visiting relatives and friends. F. W. Wehler and Raymond Wehler and daughter, Peggy Jane, spent Sunday Ih Fairmont visiting Fred's brother, Herman. Mr. ahd Mrs. M. A. Stewart of Yankton, Soiith Dakota, spent a .few days with Mrs. Stewart's mother,,Mrs. B. F. Reed, last week. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Pool were guests of friends in Sherburn, Minnesota, on Sunday. The Pools formerly lived at Sherburn. Miss Ruth McMahon left Saturday for Galva, near Sioux City, where she will teach in the high school during the coming year. Mrs. Peter Thllges of near Bode is a patient at the Aigona hospital following an operation Friday morning for strangulated hernia, i Russell Hodges, chief clerk in the Swift plant, returned home last Wednesday from a two weeks' vacation. He spent some time "In'Minnesota visiting. Dolph Miller, Frank Lathrop and Wm. Cliff went to Chicago Friday ofr a few days of sight seeing. The boys returned fhome the first of the week. Betty Streit returned to Chicago on Friday to contlnueu her nurses' train- Ing course In one of the large hospitals there. Leo and Mike Streit came Sunday from Chicago for a visit at the. home of their father, A. Streit and with Mike's children, who live at the A. Streit home. Mrs. Ann Fechner returned Tuesday from Omaha where she had spent few days visiting her sister, Mrs. -Wm. Boger and doing fall buying for the Elite E. W- Lusby and Mr. and Mrs. H. Pierce Wltmer of Des Moines spent Sunday at Mr. Lusby's cottage at Clear Lake. Mrs. Wltmer will be remember- 'ed as Miss Helen Lusby. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Paddock left on Monday for then" home in Glendale, Arizona, after a visit of about a week at the home of the latter's parents, Dr. and Mrs. F. L, Trlbon. Oarl Pearson,'the deputy county auditor, returned to his work at the court house Monday after two weeks' vacation. Some of the time was spent In northern Minnesota and also the Twin ^Cities. * * I Mr., and Mrs. R. A.'Busenbark and son, Richard, and E, H. Morow of Mt. iVernon, returned to their home Monday after, a -visit at the tiotoe of Mr. Morrow's son, M. Ml Morrow, and at §pencer,and polnte taiMinnesota. V- *j—/ i'Ji- -'*—--w,^ second ^daughter ,_. .._,„, _ T ,,. M.4M. Morrow Sad the misfortune to break a small bone to her ankle. lastVTWday when she stumbled 1 oa a curb Jas she was crossing the street. She will have to start the school year on crutches. Edward Sherman,,):came from New York City Sunday for a two weeks' vacation with his parents, 'Mr.-~,and Mrs. T. C. Sherman. . Mr. Sherman Is in the department of engineering-, operations of the American Telephone & Telegraph Company in New York, C. B. Nasby drove up Sunday from Ottumwa in the new Nasby car, to Join Mrs. Nasby who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs, K ls D. James. Mr. Nasby, who is an attorney, plans to go on a fishing trip with his father, who lives at Bode, during the time he is here. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster visited at the old home at Arlington last week Mr. and Mrs. M. Witt are the parents of a baby girl born to them last Wednesday. Mrs. Ann Fechner, Algona's milliner, spent several days last week at Omaha on business. Miss Jane Vincent, who has been attending summer school In California, arrived home Sunday. Coahc Aubrey Bonham was confined to his bed three days last week with an attack of tonsllitis. Mrs. Z. S. Talcott and son, William of Williams, Iowa, visited at the home of her brother, E. J. Van Ness, Sunday. William Horkins, the insurance man Is at Okobojl this week attending a Des Moines Life Insurance Company convention. D. R. Steele drove to Klngsley Sunday and brought back Mrs. Steele, who had spent a week there visiting her parents. Mr. Moffet of Sioux City was in Algona Thursday Inspecting the barber shops. He is one of the three state Inspectors. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. John came home Sunday! after a week spent on business at Maxwell and also hi Des Molnes taking in the state, fair. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Leffert and their George Nauman of St. Benedict was I »n Aigona visitor Monday. Mr. and'Mrs. E. .'?. Skilling visited relatives near Buffalo Center Sunday. Mr. Hauptmann, the Wesley auto man, was in Aigona on business Monday. Editor John Guderian and family of Kanawha were Aigona visitors on Don't Fail To see our atoek of wed cars Fair Week. We Have the Bargains. KENT MOTOR CO. SCHOOL SUPPLIES At New Low Prices That Mother & Dad Used to Pay! Never were school supplies so advantageously low priced. Save tlio old fashioned way by anticipating quantity needs. Writing Tablets 5c, 2 for 9c and 9c PENCIL FREE with 200 page tablet 4o PENCILS 6 for 5o, 3 for 5o 2 for 5c, 2 for 99 Cummings 5o to $1.00 Store AJgqna, lew, v Monday. Little Betty Waldron of Emmetsburg vlsted Monday with Mr. and Mrs. H. L. ttoenk. Mrs. A. D? Burtls and daughters, Donna and Betty, are spending this week In Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Overmyer nnd daughter, June Adele, were Mason City ..visitors Saturday. The Downing family and Mrs.. Julia Brace visited at the Wm. Brace home at Burt last Friday. Congressman and Mrs. L. J. Dickinson are visiting at Des Molnes this Week and attending the state fair. Mrs. George Kanouff returned home Monday from a four weeks' visit with relatives at Omaha and Chicago. Roy Chrlstensen of Webster City was calling on friends here Monday while on his way east on a buying trip. City Carrier Harry Spongberg and family spent several days this week attending the state fair at Des Molnes. Miss Bernlce Stock returned homo Saturday after spending a week ttt the home of her brother, Kenneth, In Sioux City. Leo Mergen of Whittemore, Joe daughter arrived home Sunday evening ; Daughan of Britt and Isabel and Dor from an extended trip north. They - . - . . visited Port Arthur, Fort Williams and other Canadian points. Mr. and Mrs. Hi. Hi. Wilson- and" daughter, Shirley Jean, were in Des Moines from Friday until Sunday attending the state fair. Roy Mathison returned home Tuesday evening fsom Spencer where he had spent three weeks with his uncle, Tom Mathison on the farm. Raymond Madsen, young son of Mrs. Anna Madsen, spent last week In Des Molnes visiting at the home of a sister and taking in the sights. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blake visited with friends in Aigona this week. They are engaged with a.photograph company and travel over several states. J. R Blossom of Minneapolis was a business visitor In Aigona on Friday. He was a Burt visitor for about two weeks with his brother, C. H. Bios- Cunnlngham was in Clear sum. Archie Lake last Friday attending a convention of Equitable Life Insurance Company of Iowa agents. H. E. Sorstedt accompanied him to the lake. Mr. and Mrs. August Slagle have adopted a baby boy from a home in Des Moines recently. The hoy is going on two years old and is their second adopted child. The first Is a girl who is now six years old. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Habeger and daughter, Margaret, are spending this week at Lake Geneva and The Dells of Wisconsin. They expect ot go as far' north as Lake Superior and return by way of Duluth and Minneapolis. " ,< " ' Dr. P; E. Walley, whose offices are over ' Zender & ' Caldwell's clothing store, has remodelled them and has put In two new 4 rooms. One room, ,1s for'^electro-therapy 'and. .the Bother: for examination^ "„ and <treatmeh|B. It -la n improvement; in the offices. . .. J Misbach ^nd soni.Lorenz, and wife of Eeroy, Kansas, and J..D. Misbach of Marengo, visited their brother! 'Joe Misbach from Friday to Sunday. From here they went to Fairmont, Minnesota! for a visit with their other brothers, Dolph and Bert. Lor-: enz Misbach is instructor In 'psychology at Northwestern University. Lieutenant Colonel and Mrs. B. A. Seeley and son, Apheus and daughter, Naha, arrived in Aigona last Wednesday from Camp Lewis, Washington, for a visit with Mrs. Seeley's parent, .Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Helse. Colonel Seeley has been transferred to Fort Benning, Georgia, and they will leave for that place about September 4. Mrs. Nahple Setchell of Aigona, well known members of the Woman's Relief Corps, attended the annual encampment qf the veterans of the Spanish-American war last week at Emmetsburg and made a short talk at the camp fire. Her husband, now dead many years, was a veteran of the Civil War, and her son, Carl Setchell, a veteran of the Spanish-American War, died recently after suffering for many years. Marguerite SWUing .of Aigona was graduated from the Iowa State Teachers College last Thursday In a colorful outdoor commencement program. She received the elementary education diploma for upper grades. , There were 365 students who received degrees and diplomas. Graduation events Includ- the president's reception Sunday, August 3, in a special Sunday service, August 17, and the college dinner which was held Wednesday, August 20. ^ Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ohrbeck and two children, Dicky and Delores, came down from their home in Minneapolis and spent several days last week at the home of Mrs. Ohrbeck's parents, Mr, and Mrs. A. Norman. Mr. Ohrbeck was In an aviation corps during the World War and is now flying a six- passenger cabin plane carrying passengers and the government mall between Minneapolis and Chicago. Landings are at Lacrosse, Wisconsin, and Milwaukee to take on passengers and deliver mail. The Pee Wee golf course owned by Killlan & Muckey, has been flxed over and is now one of the better courses. The fairways have been Improved and new hazards put in, Among the unique hazards are a log cabin and an airplane. A well has been erected and it bririgs back memories of the old oaken bucket. On September 1, anyone bringing vegetables, hamburger, and so forth may play a round of golf free. The articles taken in will be sold at the Presbyterian stand at the fair. Read the ad elsewhere in this issue. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. McEnroe and daughter of Fargo, North Dakota, were Baylor spent Sunday at Arnold's Park. ' .'• :• . Mr. and Mrs, Willis Bradley and sons left Friday noon tor their home in Minneapolis after visiting with Mrs. K Bradley. Rev. A. English and daughter, Ethel are expected home this week from their visit at Franklin Grove, Illinois, and other points. !,< Mr. and Mr$; A. H. Stock went to Lake Okoboji-, Sunday to attend the Equitable Life Insurance picnic. They returned home Tuesday. Don Smith, accompanied County Aj- ent Morrison toiDes Moines Monday and took in the state fair besides visiting, relatives anti'' friends. Mr. and Mrs. William Plxler came back to Algona Monrtay after spending a week in Cedar Falls, Waterloo, Iowa Falls and other points looking .for a n?.w location for a restaurant. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Webster and three children of Oshkosh, Wisconsin were -in Aigona over the week' end visiting at the home of Mr. Webster's parents, Rev. and Mrs. F. H. Webster. Mr. and Mrs.- J. F. Overmyer and daughter, June Adele, attended a dinner party given by Prances Mesoiir. cu Mcnday at her home in HumboKlt. Messer will teach in Aigona again thif, year. Carl Anderson and daughter, Vivian and Charlotte, of Atlanta, Georgia, left Wednesday of last week for Westbrook, Minnesota, after visiting the former's «iste», Mrs. Oliver Bf.kken and family. Mr. and Mrs, Fred L. Doty from Frederlcksburg," name Sunday morning to vteit with the latter's'tHpier, Mis. WE, and Hi// ENNA.— JCTTICK invites you to sees her newest shoes styles now on display at our stores 174 Sizes and Widths ranging from 1 to 12 and |& AAAA4 to EE&' : TUNE IN—ENNA JETTICK MELODIES «vetr Sunday evenlmf avct.VijZ «ni /' . '.• , 35 At»oct«t«il Sutler ~ •'•'• '"' *' Mrs. D. H. Goeders and daughter, Helen, and the former's mother, Mrs. A. Uhlendorf, drove to Ossian Sunday for a few days' visit with friends. From Ossian Mrs. Uhlendorf will return to Chicago to spend the winter with her oon, Ed. Mrs. Goeders and Helen planned to stay in Ossian two or three days. Mrs. George Cole and daughter, Elinor Ann, returned to then- home in Maxwell Sunday after visiting',a r few days with Mrs. Cole's, mother,,Mrs. I. G. Dewel and other Aigona rela- Downey, and mother, Mrs.; Julia Brace. Both parties returned homefthe firs* otlfteweek, ^ "•-• - '. •<#/* ' ' "Mr. and Mrs..Oeorge, Miller-are en- Joying a visit: since Satdrday Wflhing .from the tetter's slsterS Miss Mary and brother,' Joe James'and ajlady friend and Smother, Mrs. '> -and a grandson of Flint, Michigan. -Mrs. Ltak Slngleton'-left Tuesday tc.r a week's visit with her son, Harold at Des Moines bofore returning to her duties as housekeeper for Prof. Lawrence and children; at.the PJney Woods, Mississippi, colored school}' Julius Kunz, of Wesley, president of the Kossuth County Fair association, drove to Des Moines Tuesday to: attend the Iowa State-Fair. Mr: Kunz is a brother-in-law of A, R. Corey, who ^s secretary of the ^lowa state fair. Mrs. C. B. M. Smith expelts to leave for her home in Des Molnes the last of the week after being hero for some time helping to care for her mother, Mrs. Chas. Barry. Mrs. Barry has improved slightly, but her condition remains about the same. Mr. and Mrs. James Patterson, Mrs. Wes Hohn and Mrs. Clara Olson, of Corpus Chrlsti, Texas, accompanied J. A. McDonald to West Bend Monday and visited the grotto. Mrs. Olson was a friend of the late Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Shelley when they lived in Corpus Christ!. She is visiting Mr, and Mrs. Patterson. Mr. and Mrs, L. S. Webster and family of Warwick, North Dakota, visited Monday at the home of the former's brother, Rev. P. H. Webster. Miss Ina Bliss and Miss Cherrill Parker of Central City were also guests Monday at the Webster home. The Websters formerly lived In Central City before coming to Aigona. Mary Rice is" expected horn Friday from Camp Osoha at Frankfurt; Ohio, Where she has spent the summer. On the way home she will visit her aunt, Miss Agnes Rice and her cousin, Janet Zerfass, in Chicago. Janet left on Friday for Chicago to spend two weeks with her aunt, Miss Rice, before she goes to Madison, Wisconsin, to attend the Edwegood Catholic Girls' School during the coming year. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Robinson and two daughters stopped In Aigona for a few hours' visit at the T. C. Sherman home Runday. They were on their way to their home in Lewiston, Montana, after a visit in Illinois. Mr Robinson was teller in the bank in Lewiston in which T. C. Sherman was one of the officers. He reports much drouth in Montana, and that the sheep are compelled to go without food. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Boals of Clinton, Minnesota, came Friday, bringing their son, Victor and wife and sens, Charles and Bobby of Des Moines to the Gordon Kuhn home. Enroute to Des Moines Victor and family enjoyed a two weeks' vacation in Minnesota. M. H. and wife spent the night at the W. L. Martin home, going on Saturday Sunday and also visited at the home of John McEnroe on North Thorlng- ton street, a cousin pf Tom. They were in their car and left for home Monday. Tom, is a Kossuth county boy who has made good, being one of the prominent attorneys in Fargo, where he has resided since leaving Algonn twenty-five years ago. He and his wife, Who is ft daughter of the. late Captain and Mrs- D. D. Dodge, pioneer residents of Kossuth, have many relatives and old friends her who are always glad to see them. Marriage licenses for the week were issued to: Herman Gles of Lu Verne and Arrah Pierce of Sommers, Iowa; A O. Hoorneman of LeMars and Emma Specht of Aigona; George St. John of Aigona and Elizabeth Carroll of Ai- gona; James Matger of Rolfe and .Julia Voight of Whittemore; Chester Mickelson of Dayton, Iowa, and Hazel Crause of Fort Dodge; Henry Rustemier anc Veronica Schiltz, both of Bancroft John Wlbben of Titonka and Ausrusta Tegtmeyer of Wesley; William Fritz and Wllma Gerdes, both of Wesley. tlves. Mrs. Dewel, who Ifa'd been for several weeks, Is-recoverlnff Georgia Cole is in Chicago:" friend this month: F. F, Twogood came, Shawnee, Oklahoma, been playing baseba Twogood, who, hi summer with Jie and Mrs. " leave ttfae vi fornla; where, <Mr,|< ball coach.;at !V t era California Fair 1 Next-Week Sept. 1-8 County Fa Special bookings for your entertain* ment. We, will run the show every morning 11 to 1. Every afternoo^! at 5 to 7 o'clock. <V ij Every night 7:15 to 9:15 and 9:15 to 11:15. The third show 1J:15 to 1 a. m. if necessary. \ ' Remember Aigona for high class entertainment. Call Theatre—Swimming Pool— Two miniature • golf courses—fine cafes—good hotels— billiard and pool halls. The best rest room in any town, located under Dr. SawyefBaOTfice (formerly the County Savings Bank) maintained by the Commercial Club of Aigona for us of all vistiors. In-' vestigate and tell your friends. The big power plant at the Call Theatre means comfort at all times. Cool and comfortable or your money back. The best county Fair in Iowa —be sure to plan for a trip to Ai- gona next week, THURS. & FBI., AUG. 28-29. Trade matinee Thursday 2:30 p. m. Prices 10c-30c. Brilliant screen version of sensational stage hit. Constance Bennett Eric Von Stroheim love of country more powerful than love of man? She was a spy! Also New Talking News. SATUPHAV SPECIAL, AUG. 30. Trade matinee 1:30 and every two hours. Extra special. Lon Chaney "THE UNHOLY THREE" The very best program ever offered by us on any Saturday. It's really big. Also— Talking Comedy. SUNDAY SPECIAL, AUG. 31 Matinee at 1:00 and every two hours.. Plan for the one and three p. m. matinees. Geo. Broadhurst's stage success with Valez in "THE SfQRM" She. mad What .a a We]! 1 s- m^/tff t *• <.yt men an thrinirj PWflB snow. ,-W" NOW! THE BIG COTOTY FAIE MONV*»& TUBS.i? SEPT. 1-2 Shows at the theatre every morn-f ing 11 to 1. Even' afternoon 5 to 7 Every night 7:15 to 0:15 and OilS to 11:15. Here lt,:is... Thfi^big .time vaudeville team • -~* , Oleson & Johnson "OH, SAILOR BEHAVEM !• ; " It's new 1931 product. You see it first—if you attend the county fair and come to the theatre;'* ;;, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 3. s Jack Oakie j Ginger Eogers \ ij 'THE SAPTROM M • SYRACUSE" j- Come in and. laugh your, head off. Showing every mornirig during Ijhe fair from 11 to 1 o'clock,, ejveryi afternoon from 5 to 7 o'clpck, every night from 7:15 to 9:15 and•9:15'to 11:15.. ' . . • ;,-.;, . • • •. - THURS. & FBI., SEPT; 4,-s. , These are the .dancing days. Every morning 1} to 1 o'clock, every'after- noon from 5 to 7, every !nigh{i from 7:15 to 9:15 and 9:15 to 11:15, , Sue Carroll Grant Withers WARNlRDSOi. DANCING SWEETIES The new dance "The Hullallaboo" cheats The Charleston, Black Bottom, Polka and Virginia Reel. Also Talking- News. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6 It's a big Jail break picture. You liked "The Big House." Plan to see this one. donrad Nagel s Berniee Claire "SANQXJENTIN PRISON TOSNES" , Also. Talking Comedy, ySMii£ ?; ;^ ' > • ~ r :

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