The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 27, 1930 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, August 27, 1930
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f he tfps»6t Pea Moineg-Republicaft Andrew Thompson visited afc the Jay Godden home in Seneca Sunday. Lotte Creek defeated feast Chain, Minnesota, 6 to 3 at Lotts Creek en Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred filrueger have purchased the John Kerr residence and expect to move soon. Fred Wagner Is remodeling the in* side of the L. R. Roderick home and also laying new floors. Mrs. Andrew Thompson and daughter went to Ames last Wednesday to Visit with her toftrenta. Frederick Schultz is having his store renovated Inside. Wm. Kennedy of Burt Is [doing the work. Mary Wildln is home after A visit •with relatives and friends Jit W.acdn- da, South Dakota and Sioux City. WALL MrS. W. * fish and daughter, Harriet of Whittemore wefe visiting among friends here Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Krueger left Sunday for toes Mtolnes, where they will attend the state fair. Hlldreth Pettit started Monday to work for Supervisor Morris and Is no* at Swea City blasting stumps. Mr. and Mrs. Ohas. Morris and thelf daughter were visiting with relatives In fiurt and Whittemore Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Donovan of Algona spent a few days last week at the home of Mrs. Win. Thompson. The L. n. Roderick and Clarence Janvrin families had electric stoves installed In their homes last week. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Tuttle and Miss Eva Whltford of Cedar Falls came last Monday to visit relatives and frleads. •Miss Esther Hutchinson returned to her home last Friday after attending: twelve weeks of • summer school at Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard and family and Mr. and Mm. H. A. Whitehill of Burt went to LuVerne Sunday to visit relatives. Ralph Wolfe of Waterloo and Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Rledel and baby of Spencer spent Sunday at the Clarence Householder home. S. M. Gladstone had charge of the barber shop during the illness of Mr. Kearns, who Is now recovering from an appendicitis operation. E. E. Kearns was operated on for appendicitis last Wednesday at the Kossuth hospital at Algona and left the hospital Monday morning. Mrs L; R. Roderick and daughtsre, went to Sheffield last Wednesday to visit her mother, Mrs. Margaret Davidson, day. They returned home on Sun- F K. Macumber and his daughter, Dorothy and father, J. H. Macumber relatives and returned home again on •went to Waterloo last Tuesday to visit Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Laidley and PAPER Remnant Sale .Now!; on Wall Papers \ .'''i till* -»•;•)-.".'. . ji done;;§]J<m room sized l» f imfil|&s;af,a very .low pricei' ""-:'. ;'' '/'<• : , t , n t "* * >• AH other 1930 patterns at reduced prices. family of Estherville spent Sunday and Monday at the Alex Krueger home. Mr. Laidley was at one time a butter maker here. While driving by the old Nellis farm south of Lone Rock Calvin Householder ran into a cow owned by Henry Weiner, .badly damaging his truck anrl killing the cow. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Poster and two sons of Mason City spent a few days last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bourne. Mr. Foster is a nephew of Mr. Bourne. • Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Miller Were the guests on Sunday of the Myron Hill family and callers of the E. W* Cook family in Fort Dodge. Steve Loss, Jr., Is recovering from a siege of blood poison caused two weeirs ago from a blister on his hand which he received driving a tractor. v Mrs. Alta Stiles and .sons, Donald were vlstors Sunday at the E. C. Pot- Delbert and Charles of Charles City ter home. Tom Metcalf rerutned home Saturday from Dubuque having gone there one week previous to attend the fun* eral of a sister, Mrs. Laura Snodgrass. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Phillips and Mrs. D. E. Wildln returned a week ago Sunday evening, having attended the funeral of an aunt, Mrs. Win. Leonarc at Monango, North Dakota. Messrs, and Mesdames R. O. BJus- trom and A. D. Lehman went to Des Molnes Saturday to visit Lola Lehman and attend the state fair returning to their homes Tuesday evening. Dr. L. Ray Potter and family of Storm Lake visited Sunday at the C H. Potter home and Mrs. Martha Potter of Algona, Mrs. D. E. Potter and sons of Fort Dodge on Monday at the C. H. Potter home. Mrs. D. A. Teeter and sons, Verne and wife and Clifford, left Tuesday ot visit relatives at Fairfleld and Keokuk. Clifford remained at Keokuk and will attend high school, living with a sister, Mrs. Orvtle Varner. Lloyd Perry of Oskaloosa came Saturday evening to the O. H. Potter home. Mrs. Martha Potter of Algona accompanied him after visiting with relatives there and at Des Moines. Lloyd returned home Monday. The D. E. Potter family of Fort Dodge and Mrs. Martha Potter of Algona were Sunday visitors at the E. C. Potter home and the Ray Miners of Meridan at the L. D. Potter home. Mrs. D. E. Potter and sons remained until Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sundlng and daughters, Mildred of Bloom's store and Arlene were at Ames Sunday.and breakfasted at eight with Mrs. Sundr ing's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Engstrom. They also enjoyed a picnic dinner at the Carr Park. The O. J. Helberg, and Harry and Ed. Sheehey families of Ames also attended. Mr. and Mrs. John OTjaughlin of Fond du Lac; Wisconsin, and Mrs. Ida , . L i. *«• _~~ ntt-,, runu au j-ittu, w jo^uiiom, »**« *»*•«. *««. August Lampe went to Mason City d Miss Nettle Je nkinson of Saturday to meet his brother Edward; Brandonj wlsconsta> ? re visiting this DISCOUNT Also a small shipment of new papers. Lampe of St. Louis. They expect to leave soon for a fishing trip in northern Minnesota. E. M. Jensen drove to Charles City Friday to meet Mrs. Jensen and their daughters, who have been visiting with relatives in Downey and Muscatine for I the past month. , I Andrew Thompson went to Des Moines Tuesday -to attend the state fair and to bring home his wife and family who have been visiting at Ames for the past week. Mr: and Mrs. N. L. Cotton and Mr. and Mrs. Harley Shellito of Ames left Monday for a fishing trip at, Bemldjl and'Leech .Lake, Minnesota. They expect to be gone a week. Mr.-and Mrs. Ray Jensen and family w6nt'"tb Pipestone, Minnesota, Saturday to visit with Mrs. Jensen's sister, Mrs. Roscoe Edward and famlly^Riey returned home Sunday. Miss Harriett Fisfi returned home last Monday after spending two months with her aunt in Balaton, Minnesota. Miss Fish will teach the third and fourth grades here this year. Mervin Christensen and Maynard Oenrich went to Des Moines Sunday, where they will attend the state fair and they will also look after the Christensen show cattle on exhibit there. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jensen of Downey, and Mrs. P. B. Christensnn and children of Des Moines came Thursday to visit at the E. M. Jensen home. They returned to their homes Sunday. Mrs. A. W. Kerr and her daughter, Mrs. Phil Spencer and granddaughter, Maurine Stuart of Washington, D. C., left Wednesday for Washington, D. C., where Mrs. Kerr will make her future home. Her many friends are sorry to see her leave. Mrs. Alfred Krueger gave a farewell party at her home Saturday afternoon in honor of Mrs. A. W. Kerr, who is leaving for Washington, D. C., anc Mrs. Carl Zoller, who will move to her new home in Nora Springs and Mrs E. E. Kearns who is leaving for Sioux City. A very pleasant afternoon was spent and a delicious lunch was served. The ladles were each presented with a beautiful gift in token of their week at the W. F. Jenkinson home, the L. A. Crulkshank and Glen Jenkinson family were also visitors as were Milton and Mrs. F. S. Norton and the latter's sister, Mrs. Rathburn of New Winson, Illinois. The Ladles Aid society met Wednesday with Mrs. D. D. Sparks, and on September 17 they will meet with Mrs. A. H. Woods, which will be" the last meeting of the current year. All members'are urged to be present as election of officers, all offerings are to handed in that reports may be completed for the pastor, Rev. Woods. .Conference will open September 23. p, The Mothers and Daughters club met .'Thursday with Mrs. G. W. Brown. Roll call was answered with a Bible vers$ and was in charge of Mrs. Homer Lind- horsV The opening number was *a piano solo by LuElla Potter. A paper, read by Mrs, Q. 8, Moore and it was "Interesting facts on Astronomy." was followed by a discussion. A tray luncheon was served to twenty-two members and visitors. The next meeting it to be held September 11 with Mrs. R. G. Fry. The topic for discussion will be "Value of an Object in Life or a Definite Goal in View." New officers will take charge. They are: president, Mrs. O. S. Moore; vice presl Bobby Beeifler spent last weefe via* Itlng hft grandmother, Mrs. Frank Raymore at Albert Lea, Minnesota. Wm. Wortmaft, who recently suffered a heart attack, Is feeling Quite well again and la able to do some light work. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sorensen and son, Roger, were over from Buffalo Center Sunday visiting at the C. R. Lewis home. • Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Smith and son, Emory, and daughter, Lorraine, and niece, Marie Christensen, spent Sunday at Interlaken. A large number of people from here went to Forest City the fore part of the week to take hi the Diamond Jubilee celebration. Mrs. Herman Wirtjes, Sr., who has been quite 111 for the past two weeks, Is able to sit up a little each day now but is not able to walk. Fred Park came up from Algona last Wednesday and took Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller to Mt. Vernon to visit a nephew who is very 111. Miss Grace Johnson took Miss Betty Makis' place at the Schroeder cafe last Week while Miss Makis was on a visit With relatives in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Heetland entertained the Rev. O. H. Frerklng family at dinner Sunday In honor of their daughter, Joan's birthday. Tom Adams and crew of men consisting of Wade Ball, Stanley Reed and Truman Turley are at Graettinger putting up a new silo. Mr. Curley of Thompson was here last Friday looking up a moving picture machine. He recently took over the movie show at that place. Miss Beulah Kline returned to her home at Storm Lake last Monday after spending a week here at th home of Misses Emma and Louise Thaves. W. E. Ley, Jr., returned home the last of the week from Des Moines where he had been entertained by the Register & Tribune for several days. Mrs.. Homer Altizer and daughters, Mary Jane and Beneva, visited last Thursday at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan near Blue Earth. About twenty-seven dollars' w^ere'tak- en in last Thusrday by the ladles who entertained "the Aid. These suppers at twenty-five cents are given : once a month. *:^ Miss Minnie Boettcher of Mason City came last Tuesday for a "short visit with her mother, Mrs. Matilda Hansen, and her sister, Mrs. Lawrence Penny. . Charles Tutton and Miss Anna Meyer returned home Monday from an over Sunday visit with friends at Marshalltown and other points In that vi- Inlty. Michael Christ, Sr., who makes his lome with his son, Leonhard, north of town, spent -last Monday visiting at ;he home of his daughter, Mrs. Adolph Poppe. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Krall entertained at their home last week, Mrs. KraU's'j sister, Mrs B. W. Humphrey and >and and daughter, who live at 'Hop-' kinton. •=-,'., Miss Louise Thaves accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Mary Rosenau, arid her sister-in-law, Mrs. Edward Thave?; were visitors at Estherville last week Monday. ' Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Ogren went t-> Forest City Tuesday to see the parade and put but advertising for the Lakota • Sauerkraut day celebration which • Is August 30. The young people's society of the Presbyterian chur:h will run a stiud en Saue'kraut Dny. They are rils- ing money towards a pipe organ f->r the churcn. Mrs. George Winter, Mrs .George Heetland, Mrs. Wm. Aaldircks and Mrs. Wm. Schroeder entertained the Presbyterian Ladies' Aid at the church parlors Thursday. The Blome residence In the east part I DON'T BRING A CAN THIS AD WORTH $3,00 On put-chase of 5 gal of a Standard Hi Test Dip or 5 gal. Guaranteed Fly Chaser, if purchased from Paine 6t Sorensen drug store at Algona between September 1 and 10, These 2 items are of the highest quality, regularly selling at $1,50 per gallon, but in order to introduce the products in this territory this exceptional offer is made by the knattufacturers, / Don't Miss This Opportunity Sign here and bring to the above dealers V. i Name Address dent, Mrs. M. L. Dutton; secretary and; of town ^ belng res hlngled. It Is oc- treaBurer, Mrs. E. C. Potter; assistant cupled by the George Adams family secretary and treasurer, Mrs. J. A. - - - — - - Fraser; calendar committee, Msedames Thea Hulderman, P. L. Zelgler, D. D. Sparks; floral committee, Mesdamcs W. L. Martin, D. D. Sparks, Oliver Bakken and P. L. Miller. friendship. JWWWJV> Visit the Recreation Parlor While Attending the Big Kossuth County Fair VG3&0®ff&^^ | ST. BENEDICT NEWS.l ttB88&&!^^ Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Rahm were shoppers at Algona Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Witte drove to Milford Saturday and spent Sunday with relatives. Mrs. Rose Arndorfer and family spent Sunday at West Bend sight seeing at the grotto. Miss Lenora Arndorfer had her tonsils removed Saturday at the Mercy hospital at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Al Rosenmeyer, Mrs. Josephine Rosenmeyer and Mrs. John Huschka were shoppers at Algona last Friday. Elaine Eich, the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Elch, had her tonsils removed at the Kossuth hospital last Friday. Leo Immerfall of Mason City came Saturdady to spend Sunday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P, F. Immerfall. Announcement of the approaching marriage of Leonard Arndoi-fer, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. John Arndorfer, to Mildred Loebig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Loebig of Wftsley, was 9 Tables—3 Alleys The coolest place in town. Smokers' supplies and Cold Drinks. THE HUB made at the morning. church here Sunday LAKOTA NEWS Adolph Poppe, Jr., was on the sick list several days last week. J. E. Hennlng was a business visitor at Algona one day last week. Peter Wessels, Sr., of Buffalo Center was here on business last Thursday. Mrs. Elken who keeps house for L J. Needham, left Saturday for a visit with relatives at Slbley. Guy Beemer suffered last week from blood poison in one of his fingers. Dr Williams lanced the finger. Duane Lester, son of Mr, and Mrs, Vance Lester, was on the sick list for several days the past week. John Meyer, Jr., was on the sick list several days the past week suffer' ing with asthma and hay fever. A Mr. Halverson of Buffalo Center has been here the past week painting the Robert Hamilton residence. Ray Murray and wife of Buffalo Center were callers here Tuesday morn-- ing at the Dr. H. H. Murray home. and Mr. Adams and T. C. Schaper are doing the work. Ben Firrow and crew of men ara building a new barn on the August Becker farm southeast of town to replace the one that burned down several weeks ago. Mrs. G. B. Heetland and baby daughter was over from Buffalo Center one day last week and spent the afternoon at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Smith. Delores Nltz spent several days last week at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Meyers, while her parents were attending the state fair at Des Moines. ^Irvin Altizer and Victor Trip were at Austin, Minnesota, last week where the fair is in session. Victor has a popcorn machine, which he runs at the different celebrations. Miss Anna Rathburn left for her home at Aiken, Minnesota, Wednesday after a few days' visit at the home o: her cousin, Mrs. John E. Smith, anc family, north of town. A baby boy was born to Mr. anc Mrs. W. R. Zakariason last Wednesda-j at the hospital at Blue Earth. Mr Zakariason works for the Interstate Power Company here. Mrs. Wm. Schroeder, Jr.,' and her daughters, Margaret, Lola and Dorothy, were guests Sunday afternoon at the home of the lady's mother, Mrs Anna Coupanger at Elmore. The Misses Emma and Louise Thav< Emma and. Lena Gutknecht and Julia M. Llesveld were entertained Friday evening at a seven o'clock, dinner at th home of Mrs. Julia Wortman. The Ladles of the Presbyetrian Ai< will serve both dinner and supper a the church basement on Sauerkrau Day. The M. E. and Lutheran Aids will both run stands this year. Miss Beverly Fox returned to he home at Albert Lea, Minnesota, las week after a visit of several we»k here at the home of her uncle an aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Beemer. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Behrends an daughter, Helen, spent last week vis iting at the home of Mrs. Behrends parents at Davenport. Mr. Behrends 1 the manager of the local creamery, Guy Wessels of Buffalo Center wa here the past week taking care of th city oil-station, while his brother, Hev man and wife and baby went on Homer and Carmen Eggerth, who live in Spokane, Washington, and are visiting with relatives at Renwick, were here Tuesday, looking after their farm norfchwest of town, now occupied by their cousin, Charles Eggerth. The L. A. Nitz family from north of town, spent last week at the Dells of Wisconsin. Owing to the dry weather threshing was finished early this year, giving the farmers a chance to take a few days of vacation. Miss Gwtrude VHrtman will bfltfla her term of school in the Stenzel district on September first. Miss A-leic Lewis will aijnln tea<h the school In the George Schroedtr district and M'ss, Francis Sshroctler will teach In the Ramsey school Dr. B. Williams' parents at Fort Dodge entertained a number of friends and relatives at a seven o'clock dinner last Tuesday evening. Dr. Williams went down and Mrs. Julia Wortman at whose home the doctor rooms, was also a guest. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Patterson of near Swes City and David Patterson and ils mother, Mrs. Sarah Patterson of bis place, expected ot leave Sunday for Dertojt, Minnesota, where tiiey went p look after a farm that is owned iy Mrs. Patterson. 'John Liesveld ana daughter, Julia, visited at the home of Mr, and l Mrs. lenry Butler at .Titonka' Sunday af- ernoon. Mr. Butler, was formerly a jrafceman on the Rock Island out of ,akqta/-:and roomed at the 'Llesveld iqtne 'tor several years. Miss Burdena Amelsberg has been taying-at the Guy Beemer home dur- ng the illness of Mrs. Beemer, who iad a severe case of quinsy. Mr. Beemer was also ill having had blood oison in one of his fingers. Thev re now both getting along nicely. John Wirtjes, north of town, Is hav- ng a hew hog house built on his farm. VIr. Wirtjes purchased ti;? .farm sev- ral years ago, but only moved onto t two years ago. Since that time hs ms been doing considerable improv- ng such as building a new house and lutting in all new fences, SWEA CITY NEWS Florence Anderson nciowpanied by their mother, Mrs, Norman Anderson, enjoyed a Week's' outing at a cottage uri Filmbre Beach, Lake Okoboji. Mrs. G. D. Curtis was a week end guest at thc_cottage. The Swea Four-H club girds and their leader, Mrs. Anna Larson enjoyed a picnic at Interlaken park on Thursday afetrnoon., Roller skating, swimming and boating were enjoyed. A picnic supper was served by the parents.; ' Election of officers was held at the regular meeting of the Methodist Aid society on Wednesday afternoon. The new Officers elected were: president, Mrs. T. ,F. Mitchell; vice president, Mrs. R. A. Bravender; secretary, Mrs. Q. A. Rohlin; treasurer; (Mass Lulu Haglund. "', " . Mr. and Mrs. V. Wilson' of Thompson spent Friday at the'August Peterson home. The Wilsons were former residents of Swea City. They report loss of their bakery by fire, which oc- curted laot Monday. The ovens were damaged and the front port of the store injured by water and smoke. The Wilsons have not dfeclded as yet whether or not they will open up their bakery again. You will want your fall garments ready for the Kossuth County Fair, Send them now 'and avoid the rush. We are equipped for one day service if necessary. Phone 330. Delivery Service and Blanches in twenty-one towns. , ELK CLEANERS in northern Mlnne- week's vacation sota. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mitchell and baby are staying at the F, O. Nltz home north of town doing the choree and looking after the place whtte ttw Nltz family are attending the state fair at Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Berhow from north of town were at Eagle Grove several days last week, wftere they (rt to » d ' ed a picnic which is held each year at a different place. These people come from a part of Norway- . T. F. Mitchell spent the past week with relatives at Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Edwards of Garner spent Sunday at the O. F. Edwards lome. Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Nelson of <3ru- ver spent Sunday at the W. O. Nelson home. Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Dahl and family visited Sunday at the Milton Dahl lome in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edwards and son of Algona spent Sunday at the T. R. Hanifan home. Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Carter left on Tl-tv.Eday for a week's visit with rela- tices in Nebraska. ' Mrs. Arthur Benson of Bralnerd, Minnesota, is, spending the week end with relatives here. Jorn Seylar of Chicago is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Seylar and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. August, Peterson spent the week end with friends at Clear Lake and Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Krencher and family of St. Paul visited at the August Peterson home the past week, Eighteen members of the Thursday club enjoyed a chicken dinner on Friday evening at the "Anderson Oaks." Edwin Sweaney, present Smith- Hughes instructor, spent hte past week visiting with his home fplfcs in Missouri. Mrs. Anna ariflltlj entertained relatives from Hawarden on Friday and Saturday. They also visited at the A. M. McAninch home. Mrs. Anna Larson and mother, Mrs. S. M. Johnson, and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Berggren spent Sunday at the p. A. Landine home in Sherburne. Mr. and Mrs, F. Griffin of Slgourney a former Smith-Hughes Instructor in the school here, spent the week end here with relatives and friends J. O. Seyler was an emergency operative patient at the Fairmont hospital on Saturday for appendicitis. The latest reports are that he Is getting ajpng piqejy- Mr. and Mrs, O. a Feh«»n exti Helen Jean and Miss Bernice pehrsou left Tuesday for a sight seeing trip. They eacpect to go to the Slack arid other- places of interest. The kindergarten Sunday - School held a plojup in the City park, on Prt4ay sftern^n, .with M*s, Me* Dreary in charge,. Refreshment* arid favors were given the children. The Misses Ruth Edna, Francis ar><! iwyviAWW^ BAKBdlf Right on the Fair Grounds Delicious barbecue dishes and sandwiches. Cooked right before your eyes, and made fronv foods that are doublercheeked for quality and freshness, Don't need to be a tourist to get the wonderful food we serve-ybring your friends out, and know the thrill of a REAL barbecue sandwich. T^^^^9f ^^« ^^^^ J^^P* ^|Wl W «W^ Jpl fip 9B flfc l|PPlf m&i ^BWW <^i(w viiijjf up town, f ' j,? *'**•' ^ ^***?'\f /iifl«s •JSWi./^ rt • "•-'^K.^'A^yS^^.^."' •

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