The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 27, 1930 · Page 12
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Tha Upper Pes ^ittea Painting and Decorating Latest improvements in spray equipment. First class workmanship, materials guaranteed, and prices right. Phone 778. HARRY BAKER Algona Co^Operative Creamery Invites you to call and get acquainted while in the city and attending the Big Kossuth County Fair. 6ur plant IB-modern and sanitary and is the pnde of hundreds of Kossuth county's dairy farmers. : Rutichey-Meyers Case Settled this Week, H. O. Hutchlns, local agent f6r the State Farm Mutual Automobile insur* ance company of BloomuiRton, EH- npis, informs us that the Runchey* Meyers accident case Is being settled this week In the offices of Stil- llvan, McMahon & Llnnan Who are attorneys for the company. The Run- chcy car carried Insurance with this company. The accident occurred on the hlfiht of June 10, when a party of Enworth Leaguers were returning home from a meeting at LuVerne In the Meyers car and a car driven by William Runchey, who was going to the meeting, collided a few miles south of Sexton. Donald Hulse, eon of Rev. and Mrs. C. V. Hulse, was killed and Dorothy Sellstrom and Harrlette Smith ,were severely injured. The evidence showed that both parties were wholly free from blame and a compromise agreement was made whereby all concerned were satisfied with the settlement. a, M; Christiansen .Manager **••* < ^, £:,&.• oy£ jfeH *:& « "** __ Fair Visitors Welcom w/ ifc ; jjunuu .ruii Week we are having a special Reducing Stock Sale on < s 'alFlooolir6und in an exclusive jewelry store. Watches, Diamonds, '"6flV«Ware.'fJewelry, Glassware and so forth. Very special silver \ nteted-kritVetffand' forks sets at $2.75 per set of six. vj *^£|y • fiff^ ' •*> ': ,''Tfa|popns ! at fi.00 per set. *'°3ta-pewi«o« the highest grade, water pitchers from J4.75 to ?6.50. Bon Bon trays, from $1.00 to $3.80.' ; ,_ f - £lioo to 53.00 per pair. Compotes , Sugar «^nd Creamer set at ?t50 to $650. • f v * f ' ^ t _ '> jj ~ • •> tv '•.Three'plece coffee set^W^O^-v...-' ,;..•.«/.< <«./• , 1 You'must* see'our Pewter -ware tc-'apprecjate its beauty and quaji- . ^»«teemc''ctotfcB ta^r • Repairing '6t all'kinds,'' Diamonds, mounted and glasses fitted, F. W. Wehter & Co. '\ ' Jewelers & K>ptontetrfcte. Certified Watchmakers. ; Phone 240. ftw^jvvwhivvwAVtfWN^^ Has rolled around and we are preparing for the' /best fair. Kossuth county has ever had. We want all our friends to visit our store and see the bargains we-have for you. Remember we have a full line of Groceries, Fruits and Vegetables, also fresh and Cured Meats. _ Church Year to End September 15. The quarterly conference at the Good Hope church on last Tuesday evening was an inspirational affair and at^ tended by a representative group of members and communicants of the church. A helpful talk by District Superintendent Lease was followed by a business meeting in which a number of matters of vital importance to the church were considered. Attention was called to the recent action of the Algona district conference by which it was ordered that the local church year of all churches to the district should be brought to a close on or before September IS. In accord with this «c* tion the service on Sunday, September 14 will be of a special character at which reports Will be received and read froih the heads of all departments of the church with receptloh of members, baptisms, and promotions in Sunday School and Cradle Roll departments It is desired that all concerned will endeavor to make this a day of marked helpfulness, Man Arrested for Drunken Driving. Vance Law of Swea City was arrested the latter part of last Week by Walter Stewart, the Burt marshall and charged with driving a car while intoxicated. He was brought before Justice A. Hutchison and was bound over to the grand jury under a $1000 bond which was furnished. It seems that Vanbe had been annoying a couple who were driving In front of him. Galbraith Union. ' The evangelistic campaign is still in progress. We have been greatly pleased with the number coming from the various surrounding towns to attend, and especially for the churches that have discontinued their evening services for the sake of these. These meetings will continue each' evening ^ith the exception cf Monday night, which Is rest night. Services every afternoon at two-thirty o'clock, excepting Monday and Saturday. Prayer meeting at 9:30 a. m each morning except Monday and Saturday. .—H. NellMalen, pastor. Wesley News Items Move to Madison— Edward Brady of Chicago and Miss Stella Sheberle of Watertown, Wlscon- son, accompanied Mrs. Ruth Kunz here from Madison, where she had been a week visiting her daughters. Mrs. Kunz has rented her house to Mr. and Mrs Charles Murphy and Mr. and Mrs. E R. Swanson and will move her house- lold goods to Madison Saturday, where she will make her home. Her son, Edward, will attend the university there 'Idelis will teach music in Edgewood Jollege, Madeline; will continue her employment at one of the banks, and Ruth Mary, John F. and Joseph will continue then- grade and high school work. Visited Parents- Mrs. Al Wagner of Corwith and her hildren visited from Wednesday until Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Felt. Her sister, Mrs. Earl Ranck f Rockledge, Florida, left Tuesday of nis week for her home, having been ere on an excursion during August. !er parents took her to Chicago,;where le made connections on the flyer for he south. While the . Felts were in linols two weeks ago they called on Jrs. Ella Yorker at Evansville, Wiscon" In, whom they found enjoying good ealth and wished to^be remembered to er many friends here. tay-iNJJIih Uncle— Ellis Runchey THE BRIARDALE STOEE. ******************************** M I We I nvite You to see our display of FORD CARS the Floral Hall Fair Week, Kattiryn and Phyllis Cruise, who are employed at the Wesley News-World as ypesettefs, are 1 now.,staying 'at the ome of. their uncle^Oeorge Aldrtch, laving driven back'and forth to their ,ome in the country each day since une first, xphyllis will continue, in ,er employ with the' addition of Laura kelson, while Kathryn has accepted position as clerk at the Krans cas'i tore, beginning September 1. Honor California Guest- Mike Raskopf of Los Angeles, Cali- 'ornia, was spending several days over ,he week end with his sister, Mrs. Malt Laux and family. Sunday, a gathering of thirty-five relatives met at the. Laux lome to enjoy a festive day together. The families who were present included the Henry Roskopf of Webster City, the Tony Seller of Sexton, Henry Haverly, August Carman and E. M. Olsen of Wesley. "Scoop" Had Vacation- Editor Sturdivant and wife enjoyed a six days' vacation starting on Thursday by going to the state fab- at Des Moines. They returned home on Saturday and left again for Farmington and Cambridge, Minnesota, to visit until Tuesday with relatives and friends, Opal will stay with her aunt, Mrs. Elizabeth Thompson at Northwood, while her parents are in Minnesota. Utended Summer School- Miss Cecelia Eisenbacher and Mrs. Donna Cruise returned home Friday rom Cedar Falls after having attend- d summer school the past twelve weeks In preparation for teaching this all. Miss Eisenbacher will teach the John Studer rural school south of own and Miss Cruise will teach her home school, four miles north of town. Attends Wedding- Miss Margaret Looft left Saturday night for Calmar to visit friends and ,o be present for the wedding of a girl friend, Miss Edna Falnes to Robert Bjundred. The wedding will take place Tuesday at the Lutheran church and Miss Looft will be one of the bride's six attendants. The two girls both taught school at Winthrop last year. Visit in Illinois- Mrs. Mary Goetz and Dorothy left Monday night for Illinois to visit with relatives. Their first stop will be at Moline. From there they will go to Princeton and Peru to visit two of her sisters, then to LaSalle, Lostant and Chicago and Hammond, Indiana, to visit her son, Frank, and family. They expect to be gone two or three weeks, Creamery Meeting— Emil Wester and Viggo Klilsholm attended a meeting of the sixth district of the creamery association at Graettinger last Thursday. George Vitzthum, wife and four children returned home Monday night from Illinois, where they went to spend two weeks with his sisters and brothers. Banns for the approaching marriage of Miss Mildred Loebig and Leonard Arndorfer were published for the first time Sunday at the St. Joseph's church here. Mr and Mrs Henry Kunz and Ivyl Marie returned home Sunday evening from Des. Monies where they had been since Thursday attending (Khe state fair. Mrs. Ruth Kunz, John F. and Joseph and Mrs. Kunz's father, Edward Brady, were entertained to a six o'clock dinner Sunday evening at the Mrs. Susie Gray home. Mr. and Mrs. Verno Studer and Muriel Joyce left Thursday for Des Moines where she will visit with her sister, while Mr. Studer attends the state fair. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Nelson, Alfred. Jr., Helen and Mrs. Dan Kimes are at Lansford, North Dakota, to visit then- daughter and sister, Mrs. Harold Flom, and family. Mr. and Mrs, George Aldrich and Jerrold, Mr. and, Mrs. J. R. Cruise, Jean and Patricia, drove to Mitchell on Sunday to visit relatives of Mr. Aldrich and Mrs. Cruise. Miss June Hudson is at Corwith this week visiting her uncle, Rufus Welter. June, has spent most of the summer with relatives and friends at Burt,-Algona and Clear Lake. - •Mrs;••Julius Kunz entertained a large group of.ladies Tuesday in honor of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Ruth B. Kunz, who is leaving Wesley, to make her home in Madison, Wisconsin. Mrs.. Fred Looft entertained twelve ladies, at three tables of bridge last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. John Hutchison won first prize and Mrs. William Henderson won low prize. Miss Mira Studer, daughter of Ben G. Studer and a high school graduate last spring, leaves September 1, for Rochester where she will commence her course in nurses' training. Fritz Lindstrom left Monday for Des Moines, where he will again enter the Polyclinic hospital for treatments. Mr Otto Engstrom accompanied him and the two men planned to attend the state fair one day. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haverly took their daughter, Dorothy, to Fort Dodge Wednesday to make preparation for her entry into the hospital there for a course in nurses' training. She ex pects to leave September 1. Paul Erdman is this week finishing decorating the interior of the publl school building. It was given two coat of white wash with black, red and yellow trimming. He has also painted the basement and varnished the desks. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wolfe left on Thursday night for Dixon, Illinois, to visit his brother, Peter Wolf and family. They expect to be gone two weeks and will visit other,relatives there and at McNabb before returning home. The Fred Corey family of Algona, the Frank Miller family of Mason City, Al Wagner and family of Corwith, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Felt of Wesley and daughter, Mrs. Nina Ranck enjoyed a picnic at the Call State Park on Sunday. You Are Cordially Invited to Visit Our Display of Plymouth CARS which will be shown at the southeast corner of the Floral Hall, between the fence and the building. Also see our showing of in the Machinery Exhibit Elbert Garage South of Court House / Oiir Motto/<We Never Close •-. -'*,•*., SPECIAL— A few good used cars at real Bargain Prices. , 8 1 i Kent Motor Co. liil Mr. and Mrs. A. N, Anderson of Clear Lake were guests of R. B. Hopkins and wife Sunday. Mary Jane Welter of Corwith spent the past week here with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Welter. Miss Mae Sherman is spending two weeks with her parents here. She holds a position as private secretary to the supreme Judge at St. Paul. Miss Shirley and Maxlne Wolf, tha young daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Wolf, spent several days last week at the George Ward farm home. Mr. and Mrs. Alf Studer and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Looft left Sunday morning for Des Moines where they spent three days at the state fair. Mrs. Ihno A. Gerdes entertained at three tables of bridge Thursday afternoon. Mrs. H. J. Braley held high score and was awarded the prize. Mrs. Al Wagner of Corwith and Mrs. Earl Rancke of Rockledge, Florida, were out of town guests. Miss Louise Hauptly left for Klemme ten days ago to visit her friend, Mary Swanson. From there the two girls went to Brooklyn to visit another girl friend, Mrs. Orville HetzeUer and they also planned to spend one day at Des Moines, taking In the fair. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hauptmann and three daughters left Sunday for Ma- sonvllle to spend, a few days visiting with her mother, Mrs. Kelly. Their baby is being royally cared for here by his grandmother and grandfather, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hauptmann. Miss Anna Wester left Tuesday for Kanawha to be house guest of Marian Quire for a few days. Several girls from Mason City will also be at the Quire home. These girls were class mates and sorority sitsers at Ames while attendlgn Iowa State College last year. Miss Leila Wester and friend, Miss Ruth Carr of Ames visited from Saturday until Tuesday with her parents here. Leila holds a position with the 'American Country Life Association and Miss Oarr ia stenographer in the extension department at the Iowa State College. Mr. and Mrs. Vee Mullin and three sons are spending a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Perkins at Omaha, and with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Mullin at Hardy. Theron lansen is substituting as rural mail carrier on route number one during his absence. Mr. ; ;and Mrs. J. F. Cruise, Jean and Jimmie-'and Mr, and "Mrs. > Sam Striley and daughter, Marjorie, drove to EsthervlHe Wednesday to,witness lie '. Ririglirig i .Brothers! circus. Numerous families from Wesley attended the HBgenbeck-Wallace circus at Algona Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs- Raymond drove to Des Moines Saturday to spend the night with their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Madson. 'They returned home Sunday and brought, with them, her sister, Mrs. Herbert Swanson, husband and daughter, Mary Joan, of Burlington, who will visit here a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Swaifson of Wadena stopped off briefly Sunday at the home of Mrs. Bertha Looft upon their return from the Dells In Wisconsin. Mrs. Looft, daughters, Margarei and Grace, attended the wedding o: Mr. and Mrs. Swanson at Vincent last Tuesday. She was formerly Joyce Wardle. Fred Lawler of Marshalltown visited several days over the week end with his sister, Mrs. John Hutchison His wife and three children had been here visiting the week before he came Mrs. Lawler, Sr., and daughter, Mar garet arrived Saturday from New Providence for" a visit with their daughter and sister. Superintendent E. R. 'Swanson and wife visited relatives and friends at Rowan the past week, where they were located before coming to Wesley. They are visiting at the Henry Looft home this week and Mr. Swanson expects to help Mr. Looft "with the fall plowing on » farm near Seneca, where the Loofts wfll move March 1. District Conference of the Methodist Church. The District Conference of the Algona District of the Methodist Episcopal church wiil be held at the Call State Park Friday of this week. There are forty-four pastorates In the district and each place Is to be represented by the pastor and Interested laymen who are members of the district conference. The program begins at ten a. m and most of the time will be devoted to business. • Representatives of conference institutions will speak and several missionaries will tell of their work. Young men will be examined for license to preach and local preachers will have their licenses renewed There will be a check up on the prospects for closing this year satisfactorily. This conference will be an en joyable social event where pastors am laymen can bring their families and have a picnic dinner in the park. The program is open to any interested per sons who can attend. Hovey Gets Three on Liquor Charges Phillip Flnnegan, Leo Harrlngtoi and Joe Steahle were, arrested las Thursday by Sheriff L. E. Hovey on th paving near Lafcota. They w«r brought to Algona where th first two were fined ten dollars art' costs by Justice A. Hutchison to djunkenness and Steahle was chavg ed with illegal transportation of in toxicating liquor, staehie pled gutit Tuesday before Judge F. 0- pavidBoi find was fined $100 and coats. Th men work on the paving gang at th. north end of the county. While attending the fa^ call and inspect one of the best Tire LinespE^brthern Iowa. We will repair your old tire&ii you have trouble. '"'< We*-not only Meet but we ^eat mail order and. 'special brand tires with Price, Quality and Service. We mount your tires f ' .: f Our Double Cord Breaker Firestone TSre elimm- ates Punctures and Blowouts, Tire Service Co. Where Highways 18 and 16 Meet, tf^^ , See Our All Metal Litchfield Spreader at the Fair, Farmers General Store R, 0, BJUSTRQM, Prop, Hobarton, Iowa. &XI&SMC8iX8^^

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