The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 27, 1930 · Page 13
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, August 27, 1930
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fhe Uppetf Des Moines-Eepublicatt, August 27,1930 Fenton 'News Items Forwards Met— The Fenton Forwards Fouf-ii club met Tuesday, August 19 at the' home 6f Maxihe and Hazel Welsbrod. Resto toll Call was "What 1 will Exhibit at the County Fair. 1 ' Virginia Stank gave tome good. advice on what kind of materials to choose In making lingerie. The girls discussed plans for their booth and the demonstration on "Approved Shoes" for the fair. There were twenty-one In attendance. Refreshments were served at the close ot the meeting. Thero win be one more meeting before fair and It will be held at the home of Lorena and Ella Dreyer on Friday, August 29. Woman's Club Picnic- Three cars of Woman's club mem» "bers Journeyed to Fairmont Friday to spend the day. A picnic dinner of 1 ii-ied chicken and other good things to eat was enjoyed at the city park. A couple of hours were spent playing golf. Mrs. E. O. 'Welsbrod and Lindsey each nfade ei' hole, in one and were allowed to play a free game. They stopped at .Interlaken for •supper and enjov-iil some cf me various forms of entertainment of the park, •after which they returned home each -voting they had spent a mosb enjoyable day. , , Vt C. T. 1J. Mct- The W. 0. T. TJ. niet last week on •Thursday, at the home of Mrs Lars Finnestad. The following offlceis were elected for the ensuing year: Mrs. J. B. Hanson, presldait; Mrs. Lars Fin- lit'stadj vice president: Mrs. Chas. Olaus, treasurer; Mrs. H. P. Welslrod, secretary. Mesdames O. W. Newel and V," J. Welsbrod were elected as delegates for the county convention which will be held at the Methodist church September 10. The Rev. Muhtemas of Eagle Grove has been secured to speak in the evening. Can Collide— A Chevrolet and Ford sedan collided at the four .corners southeast of town Sunday afternoon. The Chevrolet , was driven by Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sonius of Wesley, who were coming from the east. The Ford, which was driven by a Madsen boy from Rlnpsted, coming from the south, struck the Chevrolet turning it completely around. No one Miss Nettie od and Alice Olaus returned Saturday from Ceda*- Rapids they were attending summer Mr. and Mrs. W. d. stamer went to Marion, South Dakota, Sunday to coil* suit with a specialist in regard to the latter's eyes. The Nels Hvltved family of West Concord, Minnesota, spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Hvitved's sister, Mrs. Chas. Glaus. St. John's Lutheran Aid society will meet' this week Friday afternoon in the church basement. Mrs. Ferdinand Mueller will be hostess. Mrs. M. Johnson of Algona, Mrs. Edna Forst and Miss Bernice Johnson of Cedar Rapids visited last week Tuesday at the C. F. O. Laage home. Frances, Marjorle, DonnaJean, John, and Hadley Bailey, Miss Agnes Goetch and Miss Viola Light were entertained at the J. F. Newel homg Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Art Oriwit?: and twin *.i ji. Dale and Donald, oi Cltiric." City spent the week end at, tim home of Lite Ortmeyer's brother, W E. Stoob- Burt GH Wed* Waterloo Man, Burt, August 26. Special: Miss Leofa Dexter of Burt and Aage Anderson of Waterloo Were married August 21 at Cedar Falls at the Martin Margen* son home. Aft** the wedding a reception was giten at the home of Mr. Anderson's brother, Alfred at Waterloo. Mrs. Anderson was married the same day she was graduated from the Iowa State Teachers College and received her Bachelor of Arts degree. Mr. Anderson Is a mechanic and they wilt make their home In Waterloo. The young couple, accompanied by Mrs. Anderson's mother, Mrs. Dexter, came home and are visiting with friends and relatives here... was seriously injured, badly damaged. Both cars were The E. C. Fauerby family spent Sunday at the Henrik Fauerby home at Eldora. Lestfer Weisbrod of Hartlev spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Weisbrod. Eugene McConnel of Council Bluffs spent a few days at the H. P. Welsbrod home last week. • iv;rs. Christina Iverson spent several days last week visiting at the home cf Mrs. Carrie Volgt. Stanley Munch returned home Sunday after having spent the past week visiting in Fort Dodge. A baby daughter wah born'to-Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Blerstedt last week Thursday. This Is the first child, Mr and Mrs. G. M. Mil!»: returned Sf.t.urday from Emmeteburg, where thry have spent the past four weeks. The'Homer Bosi-isnsfamilj of West Bend* spent Sunday at the home of •••i.. • _f* .• • n»^-.»— .. - - , __. ... **»_a.« lent/ vers" Mi Boever'siaunt, Mrs. Philip Wels- brcU. Mrs. Albert'n? of Lakcta visited last week Fri .u-,v sit the nome of Mi. and Mrs. Ed. Sle). Mrs Wiggins will be remembered as Miss Bertha Alt. Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Mansager of near Cylinder had their baby baptized Sunday afternoon by Rev. E. T. Gerkln at the parsonage. He was named Eugene Ray. Mrs. O. H. Graham entertained the Fortnightly club of Burt at her home last week Thursday afternoon. The afternoon was spent socially aad refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. John Wallace and family, Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Welsbrod, Mrs. Viola Mitchell and children, W. J. Welsbrod and J. H. Castle were Sunday guests at the C. Welsbrod home. The Arnold Klatt family of LuVerne are moving into the Wright cottage this week, and Edward White, principal and coach of Cedar Falls is moving his family in to the Minnie Dreyer cottage. s Miss Edith Meek of -Omaha visited briefly with Fenton friends this week Monday on her way to Des Moities to the state faW. " She was a former domestic science teacher in the local school. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Bailey went to Fort Dodge last week Friday where Mrs. Bailey submitted to a minor operation on her nose by Dr. Martin. The trouble was caused by a car accident last fall. Frank Bailey and his sister, Mrs. Ursula Ebert of Whittemore accompanied then- nephew, Henry Neuman of Algona to Charles City, Sunday, for a visit with Mr. Bailey's brother, Clarence and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Boevers of El- rcno, Oklahoma, arrived Friday .fir. a visit at the home of the latter s son, Henry Haase, and other relatives. The fioevers spent some time sight oeeing in Colorado before coming here. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stoeber and the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Verbrogey, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brimmer and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Laff ey and family, all -of Armstrong were guests Sunday at the W. E v Steeper home. Florence Wejfibrod returned to _>• - ___ !<!*—-.«- TntTMl IJ1T.V. iYI4w> ^1W*W**VW "Wf""" » /114-n her home Friday '*from Iowa City, Court House Will Be Closed on Labor Day. Announcement has been made that the Kossuth county court house will be closed on Monday, September 1 on account Of it being Labor Day. where she has been attending the summer session of school. Her parents met her at West Bend and enjoyed a short vlelt with the Dorweiler family. Miss Lalla Gerkln, instructor at Morningslde College, Sioux City, returned to her home Saturday. She has Just completed teaching a summer term there and will enjoy a short vacation before going back to teach the fall term. Mrs. W. J. Welsbrod and daughter, Florence and son, Donald, leli Saturday for Green Bay, Wisconsin, where they will visit an aged aunt of Mrs. Weisbrod. They will also visit at various other points in Wisconsin before ^.turning homo. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Frank of Charles City spent the week end at the home of the former's brother, E. J. Frank. They will also visit relatives of Mr. Frank hi St. Paul and northern Minnesota and Mrs. Frank's parents in Wisconsin before returning s home. '., • A community dinner will" be served in the M. E. church parlor Sunday, August 31, in honor of Rev. Gerkin, who will again take up his work hi the pulpit. It will also be a farewell to J. H. Castle who has been taking Rev. Gerkin's place for the past few months. The Women's Foreign Misslonry society will meet this week Thursday, August 28, in {he M. E. church parlor. The meeting is being held one week earlier than usual on account of the county fair. The hostesses are Mrs. Walter' Wlddel and Mrs. Frank McFall. Jean Denker returned to her home in Lester last week Wednesday after having spent part of the summer at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod. Mrs. W. J. Vote- brod and Donald took her home, stop- pine enroute a t Estherville to take in M. E. Church. The Woman's Home* Missionary society will meet with Mrs. Delia Trout- matt ttext Thursday, AUgut 28th. The committee for this month is composed of the following members: Mrs. Chas. Klamp, Mrs. Mary ttunchey, Mrs. E. J. Skinner, Mrs. 'N. C. Frandsen, Mrs. B: A. Thorpe, and Mrs. Cap Cook. There will be Sunday School and morning worship at this church next Sunday forenoon. The last of the union evening services will be held In the evening at the Baptist church with Rev. Coleman as speaker. The fourth quarterly conference Wai held last Monday evening with all the organizations represented* We very earnestly Invite all members and friends to help us close the present conference year In a worthy way. The Algona 'district conference will meet at the Call State Park next Friday, it is expected that every pastor on the district will be here with lay delegates who are interested for this last district meeting of the present conference year. The annual conference will meet at Storm Lake this year and E. J. Gllmore has been elected as lay delegate from this church with A. Hutchison as reserve. ^XXXSy^^ While at the Fair Call at —-—-Our and see the new furniture we are showing, The styles are more attractive this Fall than ever and prices are lower 1WHITTEMORE NEWS. I William Walsh and John Fart-oil Bpint the week end at Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. 3. A. Savage are in Illinois visiting with Mr. Savage's parents this week. Mrs. Peter Volk has been In Mata- mora, Illinois, the past three weeks visiting with relatives. Mr. and' Mrs Peter Haag and famlly are In Guttenberg, Iowa, visiting with relatives this week. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Polrot and son, Eobby, are in Belleville, Illinois, visiting relatives for two weeks. A baby boy was born Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kaschmltter. They now have four boys and three girls. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Weber and family visited a few days with relatives at Wells and New Richland, Minnesota. Miss Sylvia Drew went to Estherville Saturday. She will visit at the lakes before returning home the last of the week. Little Durwood Walters of Algona spent a few days last week with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Walters. Mr. and Mrs. Neellng and two sons cf LuVerne were guests a few days last week at the home of Mrs, Thomas McDonnell. Miss Harriet Tlsh, who is a teacher in the Lone Rock schools, IS visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Fish. Mrs. Rhinald the Ringllng Bros, circus. Mesdames E, C.' Welsbrod, Welsbrod, W. E. Stoeber and Chas. F. J. Weisbrod were guests Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. M. Weisbrod; The Ostwald has been a patient in the hospital in Estherville. Mrs. Ostwald has been in poor health for some time. Mr. and Mrs. LIVING ROOM SUITES DINING ROOM $57.50, $87.50 and up $72.00 to $165,0| Three piece Bed Room Suites $37.50 and lip Foster Furniture Gertrude, accompanied mach and Victor Dau Herbert Zu- to ort Dodge Joseph Blalsey and afternoon was spent in quilting. two course luncheon was enjoyed work here. COURSE JOHN HAGGARD McGregor St. A ___________ at six' o'docfc which was served by Maxine and Verona Weisbrod^ The Peter Hayenga Mid Jafb Zwle- fel threshing, crews finished theis.runs and celebrated the event by incl'rlme, iVielr families an I hrlp at a plcjio ,at loterlaken last week Tuesday. A base ball game was a feature of the afternoon entertainment. The Hayenga crew won by a score of 15 to- 12. Hazel Welsbrod and Lola Warner spent several days last week at the home of Lola's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wagner at Algona. They were joined Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Welsbrod and enjoyed a picnic supper at the Call State Park and the girls returned home with them. John Lukenbill of Lexington. Missouri, arrived Sunday by car foe a visit at the John Dempsey home. Mr. LuU- enbill is a painter and will do some on the Dempsey cottage while After a week or more his fam- who have been visiting here for the past several weeks, will return home with him, Word was received that the little three year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bergeson, who live west of Ringsted, was ill with infantile paralysis, and the home quarantined. Mrs. Ber- Keson is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lars Flnnestad of this place and the Bergeson family formerly resided on a farm near Fenton. Richard Borchardt left a week ago Saturday for Fort Des Moines. where he will Join the army. From there he expects to be transferred to China and will serve three years In the United States army. Mr. Borchardt is an ex- service man of the World War but ex* pects many new experiences from his service in the Orient. , Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Umstad enjoyed a visit the latter part of last week from the former's brother, Floyd, and wife, and daughter, Edith, Lodi, Ohio, and his mother, Mrs. AlUe Umstad and nieces Irene and Dorothy, daughters of his brother, Robert of Dayton. Mr, Umstad had not met his brother, Floyd, for more 'than twenty years, Mr, and Mrs. torest Wlaltjr awJ children, GeraM and Lorraine, and the fnimer's aunt, Miss Nettie Notttrjjham of Woolstock, Mr. nnd Mrs, F. J. Weisbrod and children Maxlne and Maur- vo. end MM. Emma Curry wore Sun- dinner guei^s ar the home of Meet Your Friends at SMITH'S Billiard Parlor During the Fair Smoker?'Supplies and Soft Drinks, look over our sportsman supplies-best ia the city, and Mrs. Mlka Wel-brod. The Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hiberger of Manson were guests at the M. C. Weir home Sunday. Miss Susan Goeders has been very ill with an attack of the flu at the home of her parents In Emmetsburg the past week. Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Ladd of Oelweln were guests at the W. P. Ringler,h.ome for a- few days-this week. Mrs, Ladd Jsca sister of Mrs: Ringler. Nick Semon and son, Alfred, drove to Rochester, Minnesotai, last week. The senior 'Mr. Semon will undergo an examination at the Mayo clinic. Mrs. Leo Ludwig of Rolfe, -formerly of Whittemore, is in a hospital hi Algona. While milking, a cow attacked Mrs. Ludwig, Injuring her seriously. William Heller, who IB in damp at Forl Snelllng, has b«n ill and conCii- ed to the hospital. If if thought he will have to have his tonsils remov- Mrs. Anna Dau accompanied by her niece, Nettle Heinsinger of Fenton, drove to New Hampton Sunday, where they will visit with a sister of Mrs. Dau. Miss Edna McDonnell was an over Sunday guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. M. McDonnell. Miss Edna- returned to her work In Sioux City Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Shellmyer and son, Richard, were at Mason City on Tuesday and Saturday of,last week, taking Richard to a' specialist in regard to his eyes. • Mr. and Mrs. Herman Zumach and children are away 'on a ten day vacation. They are driving ot Wisconsin to visit relatives then up through Minnesota, into Canada. Miss Delores Finnell returned from summer school at Cedar Falls on Friday. She returns to Rockford in about two weeks where she will again be employed in the city schools. Robert Finnell, Sr., spent his annual vacation in Mason City with his two daughters and their families. Robert Finnell, Jr.. had chanre of t.hp wo<-n- plant during his father's absence, Mr. and Mrs. John Gappa and family of New Rlohland, Minnesota, visited at the home of Mrs. Peter Haag, Sr., over the week end. Mrs. Pauline Miller returned home with them for a visit. Miss Zlta McDonnell visited last week at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Bert McDonnell In Union township. She was accompanied home by her Sunday to attend the Lutheran convention being held in that city. Prof. Behnke has been attending the convention. ; Dr. and Mrs. John A. Lotz of St. Louis stopped a short -while in Whittemore Monday on their way to Arnold's Park for an outing. Miss Marcella Cullen will go to the lakes on Thursday and spend a few days wltn the Lotz f amily. The Catholic Ladies' Rosary society are serving their annual chicken supper on Wednesday of this week at Jhe academy hall. There are to be two ball games In the afternoon and»wlth the many concessions 'arid dancing} in the evening, will make^a very enj ''' " " lV \e, day.:. '..- r* - • ' ' V t J J > .„„ Duffy and Allce^Duffy, drove to Sioux, CltjUastj^eek Monday, where Miss Alice^entered'the St. Josepn Mercy hospital to'Jake a nurses', training course.' Rosella Higglns expects to leave Septmeber 4 for Sioux City where she. will lake training at the same hospital, Mrs. Otto Hahn went to'Elkader last week to visit In the home of her son Bernard and family. A baby boy was born a week ago to Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hahn. This makes Mr. and Mrs Otto Hahn grandparents for the first time-and also : makes Mr. and' Mrs Henry Hahn' great grandparents. Old settlers here were sorry to lean that August nightman of Algona had been committed to the asylum at Cher okee last week. The nightmans were residents of Whittemore for many years and lived in the house now owned by Mrs. Jennie Masters. Mrs. Hightman died here several years ago. John Drew, who was"so badly injured in a head-on collision near Rolfe three weeks ago, Is still confined to his bed. His Injuries have about all healed with the exception of his hip, which was hurt so badly that he is not able to stand on his feet. It may be that an x-ray will be taken In a few days to decide just how the hip is injured. Mrs. Frank Farrell and her sister, Mrs. Arnold Doernlng of Graettlcg- er,returned Friday from Omaha, where they had been visiting with another siter, Mrs. L. L. Laughlln. Mrs. Laugh- lln's three children had been spending the summer here with relatives and when Mrs. Laughlln came for the children, her two sisters returned h'.me with her for a visit. Al Carvel came last week from Fargo, North Dakota. Mrs. Carvel and her three sons had been here for several weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs M. P. McDonnell. Monday Mr. and Mrs. Carvel and Mrs. McDonald drove to Mason City to spend the day with relatives. The Carvels expect to .-eturn soon to their home in Fargo where Mr. Carvel is a pharmacist. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Farrell, Mm. Heller, Gertrude Farrell and Gertrude Kenne drove to Minneapolis Tuesday where they will visit for a week. On Wednesday the Farrells ' will attend an annual visitors' day which will be held at Fort Snelllng. Their son, Lloyd Farrell, has attended the camp for the past month, also William Heller, Lloyd Roth aand Father Sweeney. Otto Kloock was hi Dubuque a few days the past week on business, concerning the creamery here. On Friday Mr. and Mrs. Kloock and family drove to New Ulm, Minnesota, for a visit and from there went up north about two hundred-miles to'the lakes; where, they wijTspttuJ,'a ; week's-vaca- .tion." RobertTlnnell, Jr.* Is assistant at the creamery during Mr. Kloook's absence. - '•<. , ~M > -i Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dullard of West Union spent the week itfe home of Mr. and Mrs. John Erue. They returned home Monday morning, accompanied by Mrs. Beth B. Oalry and daughters, Mary Anita, and Elinor Faith, who will visit In West Uniwk Mrs Cairy will then go to Elkader ' a visit with Sister Mary " (Alma Oliver), who Is kader for the coming, yi Mr. and Mrs. _ . .. Goeders, and Susan «0pedej*«ii metsburg and, MrS * Reuben^ Cylinder drove ta^Maaon t-,, Charles, City.-last ^edijeiday^fi ithey 1 visited with 1 retottves,* Thu they drove to'Cedft leg the graduation Qoedenka irtsited in . their homes* Sati '- • i\ j' 1 '"* A* •fr*y. $ >.,-! $3S$$$&m)$tt$3£tt$££3$$& jjv . s v ff*jK Kg viK'tors from Woolstoek here, were former The American Legion met last week Monday evening at the Legion hall. S E. Straley was elected delegate to represent the Auxiliary at the State convention at Sioux City September 8 to 10. The sum of one hundred and sixty-five dollars was cleared at the celebration they put on In August. The hostesses were Mrs. 0. P. 0. Laago and Mrs. Harry Wlddel, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Jostem of Klemme visited at the home of the latter's sister, Mrs. Ed. Welsbrod'and brother. Mrs. Ed. Slet. last week Thursday. Luella Welsbrod and Bertha Huskamp accompanied them on a trip to Okoboji. From there they will visit the broadcasting stations at Shenandoah and Yankton 'and at various points in South Dakota. They expect to be gone a week or ten days, , Seven cars of young people of the M, E. ppworth League motored to In* terlaken last Thusrday where they enjoyed a oicnio supper of friend chic* ken and other good things to eat. They spent their time swimming, boat riding, roller skating and the various forms of armwgme»t pf the park. There were afemt tblrtvTflve in attendance. Mr, cousin, Helen McMahon, who will visit here this week. A few offenders were brought before the mayor Monday morning for speeding. day These drivers trie dto prove Sun- that the gravel on main street was Just as good 'for speeding as t,he paving, and it was. Miss Gertrude Behnke Is here from Roselle, Illinois, for a vacation with her parents, Prof, and Mrs. H. W. Behnke. Miss Behnke is employed In Chicago as a comptometer operator and lives in Roselle. WUllam Sal? of Lenore, Illinois, Is here lor a visit In the home of his children, Ohas. Salz. Theo. Knecht, Mike Kollasch and Joseph- Leybach. Mr. Sfllz was accompanied by Mr. ana Mrs. Killen of 'Lenore. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Oullen have returned home from Rochester, Minnesota, where Mr. Oullen had been In a hospital for seven weeks taking treatments? for his health. Mr. Oullen seems to be quite well again. Mr. and , Mra. Mike Weydert and family of New Richland, Minnesota, are visiting at the SUnon Weber, Sr., home this week. She is & daughter of the Webers, They also went to St. Joe to visit with Mr. Weydert's rela- STRINGERS ANCHORED TO POSTS »»oBUILOINd .^^^^^ Mjs J, and the group • J H. tives. ' If- «K* daughter, FAIR World's Greatest County Fair/ SPE-NC&R Sept. 16-20 OK CHOWS Rat-Proof Granaries and Corn Cribs Stop the Continuous Loss that Eats Up your Profits , f '-)• y»,-: ft.,-. . - ,. • • }.-. You are paying for one of these buildings . whether you buy one or not—your; aiie'% permitting a needless waste that siiouici ,,U be turned into an asset, You've worked many months raising your grain. Are you prepared to properly take care of it? Your profit depends very largely upon your storage facilities. You need good, permanent granaries and corp cribs if you are going to reap the benefits of youv year's work. Makeshifts are never satisfactory. Waste is expensive. It soon equals an amount that would pay for a good, strong building that will last a life time. A NEW IDEA IN RAT-PROOF CONSTRUCTION We are now prepared to show you blue prints and specifications for granaries and corn cribs, featuring a construction principle which makes them absolutely rat- proof. ' This highly necessary protective feature is now available at • no additional cost, if you take advantage of our plan service. See our exhibits of portable buildings at the fair. Botsford Lumber Co. M, J. Pool, Manager Algona, Iowa Phone 256, A Good Yard In & Good Town.

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