The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 3, 1930 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, September 3, 1930
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The jpigg Jfolaea-Bepublicatt, September 8, 1930 KOSSUTH CALVES PLACEATST.FAffi * Calves Belonging to Kossutli County Four-H Club Members in Money Class, ' COMMERCIAL CLUB . FINANCED EXHIBITS, One Hundred Dairy Calves' to b« Shown at County Pal*. Baby Beef Club exhibit Excellent. (By John L. Thorngren, County Club Agent.) Five of the eight baby beef calves ex hibited at the state fair at Des Maine placed in the money when judged 01 '• Friday and Saturday of last week. Out standing among the Kossuth count' - Four-H, club exhibit was Florence Gels' Becker's first prize in a class of forty purebred Shorthorn beef heifers. An other heifer exhibited by 'her placed eighth. This was said to be the bes group ever exhibited in the beef heifer cluB contest at the state fair. Steers shown by Nate Studer, Jr., Alvin Erpeldlng and Arthur Miller received honorable mention, ribbons and prize money ranging from six to eight dollars each. The Algona Commercial Club. financed the transportation of our county club exhibit. Their cooperation with our Four-H club program is very much appreciated. , County Four-H club members will be HarfyWation Reported Arrested The post office department has had bulletins posted; in all past offices In this district offering ft reward for ser vices and information leading to th< arrest of Harry Lee Watson. Wat' soil is supposed to be a former Irving ton man and has been in trouble in other states on several occasions. He is now ^charged with a hold-up ant the theft of money order funds at Troy Grove, Illinois, July 9,1930. It 19 reported on good authority that Watson has been apprehended and was attested in Quebec. He has also charges of several bank robberies in -Illinois hanging over him. prominent among the exhibitors at the Kossuth county fair next week. The dairy club show will be the most out '- standing. Over 125 dairy calves are entered in the Four-H dairy club and about one hundred of them are expected at the fan-. The baby beef club exhibt should be by far the best beef exhibit ever shown in Algona. Eight of the calves are now being shown" at the state fair. : Our exhibit at the county fair will include the first prize yearling Shorthorn heifer of the state. -The first week of school at Swea City will undoubtedly affect our pig club exhibit, but many choice barrows will be .entered. The Swea City boys have most of the outstanding pigs. Thelv local club ueader, Mr. Sweany, has about twenty pig club members. Several good horse and mule colts will be entered. . The-fair board'has added considerable premium money to the Four-H club lists. Few county fairs In the state are'doing more for the interests of -Four- H club members. Our want ads are working for you. Watch them and you'll get results. Birthday Surprise Held on Mr«. Bess Devine. Llvermore Gazette: A pleasant surprise was planned on Mrs., Bess Devine, It being her birthday last Tuesday. Her neighbors and friends dropped in one by one to spend the afternoon until twenty were present, Games were played and there was an Interesting time guessing at Mrs. Devine's age/ Among the gifts received was an electric iron and ironing board. Among the refreshments were two birthday cakes, baked by Mrs. ElnorU Devine and Mrs. Boyd. , Ben Gould started the silo flllin fever by filling his silo last Saturday Howard, small son of Mr. and Mrs Vern Rutledge, Is a beginner this yea in the Algona public schools. Miss Lavina Winkel began teaching in the Lloyd Potter school Monday ir Lotto Creek township, district No. 7. Mrs. Glen Strayer and her 'siste Clbye Zentner drove to LuVerne las Friday taking home then- nieces, Dor een and WylHam Zentner, daughters of Wm. Zentner. of LuVerne. •The Busy Bee club enjoyed their an nual picnic Sunday at the Call Stat Park. Each member brought a covere dish and sandwiches. Chicken and Ic cream played an important part in th dinner. Mr. and Mrs. John Jacobs, who had been visiting relatives at Austin, MIn nesota, returned last week and in com pany. with Mrs, Jacob's parents, Mr and Mrs. Jacob Winkel, motored to De Moines. and-took in the state fair. A threshers' meeting was held at the Bert Marlow home lest Thursday ening. The ladies were invited and af- -er the business meeting Ice cream was enjoyed by all. MarkleyU and Murray were in charge of the threshing-out- It. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bailey left by auto for Hutchison, Kansas, Saturday o meet their daughter, Mrs. K«; Wight and her two sons, "Dickie" and "Bob" bf Clayton, New Mexico, who will return with them for a vlstt. They expect to return Tuesday. Herman Dau drove to Des Moines last Wednesday accompanied by Loin White and Bernadlne Mahoney. they spent Wednesday afternoon nt the state fair. On Thursday Lois and Sernadine had their tonsils removed by a specialist, They returned Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bode and family accompanied by Miss Cloye Zentner attended Sauerkraut Day at Lakota on last Saturday. Other-Unlonites who were there were William Etherlngton, and Mrs, David Keefe, who accompanied her daughter, Mrs. John Schol* tes and her husband of Bancroft. Mrs. Edna Mansmlth and daughter, Estella of Seaforth, Minnesota, have been visiting at the Jacob Winkel home. Mrs. Mansmith who was formerly Edna Winkel, returned to her home Monday morning, leaving Estel- at the Winkel home, so she can at» tend St. Cecelia's academy at Algona the coming year. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Harrison and infant son came last week to make their lOme with Mr. Harrison's mother, Mrs. XV. H. Harrison. The writer wishes to correct ah error in last week's items where it stated there was one other child In .the Harrison family, which is not true,' and the'infant born recently the first child for Mr. and Mrs. Williafit Harrison. Mrs. Frank Hofius entertained a few close relatives last Wednesday at dinner in honor of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Garret Dearchs' birthday. Both events occurred during the month of August. A large birthday cake decorated with seventy-five candles formed the center piece on the table. Mr. Dearchs was seventy-five years old and Mrs. Dearchs was seventy-three. Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Ferrigan of Chicago came Sunday morning to visit at the John Mahoney home. Sunday for dinner the following were present: Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Ferrigan >of Chicago; Mrs. Chas. Barrickman and small son of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nelson and daughters, Agnes and Marcella, Mrs. Dora Ferrigan and son, Howard, all of Sexton, and Florence, Nelson of the Algona hospital force. The Andrew Ferrigans took advantage-of Labor Day to visit here. They spent Sunday evening with the Nelsons returning to their .• honvt on Monday. . yssso&Myi^^ IFOUR CORNER NEWS! woxeiy&o®^^ Evelyn Cruikshank was sick a few days last week with the flu. Mr. and Mrs. John Rich and Ruth Rich returned home Friday evening after spending two days at the state fair in Des Moines. The Wm. Draytons returned home Friday evening after spending a week's vacation with relatives and friends at Davenport and points in Illinois. Mr.-' and Mrs. Andrew. Bjustrom and son, ..Cecil, and Donald Crawford re- ;urned home Saturday-evening after. spending a few days at the state fair. Miss. Leona Walker returned home on Saturday evening after spending several--weeks a$ the Godfrey Getlenfeldt home helping .with the house work and ••••HIHflBBflBBBflBBIBBBfliBBBIBBBBBBiaRBIBHflBBBMMIBBBflBfllHB BBBBBBBBBBBBBBHBBBBBBMBB) air* All of the more than 110,000 people who have attended the Clay County iFair the last few years have helped to build this great fair and the management tries to show Its appreciation by making each year's exposition better than any previous one. Without question thi> 1930 Clay County Pah- will .exceed your evpectatloits and the admis- sion Is still the same—50c. We Insist that you will receive more entertainment and education for your money here than any place yon can go. Two or three dollars will bring- the whole family—mid you don't need to spend any more. A Inrjfc sum of money has been spent this year for the night show. Be sure to sec CXCLe Gorgeous Stage Settings- Beautiful Girls-Wonderf Each evening in front of the grandstand, reserve your seats early Agriculture Display Live Stock Show Power Farm Machinery Auto (Show Township Exhibits 4-H Club Work Women's "Work and Demonstrations New Ladies' Eest Room New Dance Floor Cato's Vagabonds each day Blazing Midway of 30 New Shows and Bides Tliaviu's Great Band Five big Circus Acts 2 famous G-horse teams Fast Horse Racing Championship Auto Races Rube Liebrnan Horseshoe Pitching Contest Shady picnic grounds Bring your Lunch $1,000,000 Stock Parade New night show—Girls Music—Gorgeous Spectacles CATO'S VAGABONDS EACH DAY AND NIGHT Wonderful new dance floor . . ROYAL AMERICAN SHOWS 14 Thrilling Rides Most Brilliantly Lighted Midway in America ,1 They class man as a warm-blooded animal, but he needs additional heat and plenty of it during several long, dark months of the year. F. S. NORTON & SON sells a grade of coal that perfectly supplies that want. Call up 229 and make the home happy. ESJNOKTONMN YARD THAT SAVteS AND SATISFIES* |A I Kirk Hello Iowa! WAWIUT* PRf MOIMRfc IOWA rVv,, 5.-, iS&if, r "' Vl w>u S~- * '• ^ Hazel Mitchell spent two days of last week at the Roy Bjustrom home at Hobarton, doing the house work while he Bjustroms attended the state fair. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Lehman. accom- >anied the Bjustroms. Mrs. Johnson and daughter. Hazel, nd children of Minnesota, returned to llgona Sunday after spending a few ays visiting Mrs. George Lee and Mrs. ohn Rich. The latter two are daugh- ers of Mrs. Johnson. , Mr. and Mrs. Otto Harlan and child- en, Verle and Clarice, returned to ;heir home at Stockport, after spend- ng ten days at the Etna Mitchell ome. Miss Hilda McElvain of Fack- yood, returned home with them.after pending since Sunday at the Noble Mitchell home. Schools opened Monday in this community with Mrs. Edward, Genrich teaching Union district No. 6 or better known as the Cruikshank school; -Miss Lavina Winkel will teach the Lloyd Potter school and Irene Mitchell the D. C, Gardner school. Some time will be taken off in each school for the Kossuth county fair. Noble Mitchell and sons ,Willard and Willis, returned home Sunday after spending since last week Thursday visiting relatives and friends at Fairfleld, Packwood, Stockport and other points in the southern part of the state. Miss Hilda McElvain returned with them for a "few days' visit. She was a neighbor of 'the Mitchells before they moved here, LUVERNE NEWS, Ferdinand Schijpull from Gamer was in LuVerne on business last Friday. Miss Dulcie Louise Hoofnagle from Dawson is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Masterson. Mrs. Lillie Hesse of Minnesota is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F, W. Hintz. Harold Woito of Lawton visited last week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wotto. Mr. and Mrs, Maynard Spooner attended an Insurance party at Lake Okoboji last week. Lee Lichty and- family, who spent last week camping at Lake Okoboji, 'returned home on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Neal Larimer and family visited a few days last week at the parental H. H. Larimer home. Keith and Dwlght Stone of Mason City spent all last week at the Henry (Peitzke and Ray Stone homes. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Lichty and children and Mrs. Fred Legler visited with relatives in Sioux City last week. Mrs. JfajroliJ Hood underwent an operation last Monday -fit » hospital in Fo,-t podge and Js getttnj; along nicely. Mayme Nahan, assistant post mistress here spent over ths week end with relatives hi St. Cloud, Minnesota. Miss Hulda Fritzmeier arrived home last week from her European trip. She visited several countries and enjoyed the trip. Mr." and Mrs. DeRae Godfrey accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hibbard of Humboldt held a picnic at the Olson park Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Smith and children returned home to Minneapolis on Friday after a visit here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Allen. Wm. Ristau and family, Fred Steussy and family, Charles Hanselman 'and family, attended a family reunion Sunday held at Clear Lake. Arthur Ramus and family and Bryan Oglesby and family left last week with their household belongings for Mason City where'the men have employment. L. G. Hememeier, teacher in the Lutheran parochial school for the past two years, tendered his resignation, which was accepted recently. He has a position for the year in Nebraska. • Miss Ada Blumer returned Saturday to Chicago after spending her vacation here. Miss Sarah Blumer returned to Waukegan, Illinois, on Saturday to resume her teaching for the year. Mrs. George Deitzel and two children of Spencer came Tuesday and Mrs. Fay Thompson and children of ^'agle Grove, came Thursday for a few day's visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Peitzke. Harold Miller left Saturday for Oklahoma. City, where he has a position as athletic coach in one of the schools at that place. Mr. Miller has spent the most of his vacation in LuVerne (with Mrs. Miller and at Mt, Pleasant \yith his parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Spooner entertained in their home company from West Virginia, Esthervllle and Storm Lake. Mrs. Lloyd Spooner and baby from Fort Dodge, Mrs. George Marty and son from Mason City and Mrs. Carres of Mt. Pleasant, Mr. and Mrs. George Lothrlnger and son returned Friday to their home in Davenport after several weeks visiting here. Walter, Elda and Vera Tiede accompanied them to Davenport and then went on to Detroit, Michigan, where Elda and Walter will resume thejir teaching and Vera will enter school, School'began Monday with a full attendance with Kate Skinner, super- intedent; M.iss Roorda, Mr. Agard and Miss Bowman in the high school; Miss Swenson, seventh and eighth grades; Miss Geishecker, fifth and sixth grades; Miss Woods, third and fourth grades;. Miss Roy, first and second grades, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Martv have returned home from their honey moon . ... >pe. The Msrtye were Serried &-A4RS a»4. ,}eft immediately on JfeeirwJp ift Austria, Switzerland Holland, England. • Ireland. Scotland, ^WTOSCJW <R(iwpTO*w swijswf-fw «s«r»fir?v'"TFV 81$ J&tnofc Mr> and. Mj-e, Marty left i iss Olofluei,' Minnesota, __- . , _ •"*" JWff _ sSHJBWBWWPf ,'. , M*WW-WW7• • •f&$LtefteWs pjppn to t*» IRVINGTON NEWS. 3XttttO®&^^ School opened here Monday morning, Mrs. Malloy being the teacher for this term. Miss Annabelle Bordwell of Livermore is spending the past week with her sister, Mrs. Douglas Riley and family. Steven Loss, 'Jr., of this vicinity, who has been suffering with infection in his right hand, is now slowly recovering, Mr. and Mrs. Zekeiel Smith and family of St. Joe spent Sunday at the home of Mrs, Smith's sister, Mrs. Douglas Riley and family. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dole of Rochester, Minnesota, spent S'aturday evening and Sunday at the home of Elmer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dole. Mrs. Clifford Cameron of Rochester, Minnesota, spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. R. M. Watson and family, Mrs. Cameron will be better remembered as Miss Ruth Watson. Mr. and Mrs. .Archie Dodds and children of Algona and John Horton and small son, Pat of Sioux City spent Sunday evening at the home of Mrs. Dodds and Mrs. Horton's uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dole and family. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harness and family and Mr. and Mrs. William Sullivan and family, all of Wai worth, Wisconsin, have been visiting the past week with friends and relatives here and also at Algona. They returned to their home Sunday morning. Oliver Bakken and family visited on Sunday at Gilmore City. The Harry Sabin family visited on Sunday with the Dan Shults family at Kanawha. Mrs. Fred Phillips of Algona spent last week with her daughter, Mrs. D. E, Wildin. > Lloyd Pool reached home last week after two weeks spent near Herman, Minnesota. M. N. Phillips left Friday for a few days' visit at Marshalltown, Gilmau and other nearby points. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rotabins of Decatur, Illinois, were week end guests at the Homer Lindhorst home. Mrs. Ward McWhorter and daughter bf Clear Lake were visitors last week at the A. E. Clayton home. Homer Lindhorst and son Ralph returned Saturday after a week's fishing trip at Cass Lake, Minnesota. Lewis Wildin received word the first of last week of the death of an aged uncle, James Price at Bristal, Wisconsin. The Ed., L. R. and D. E. Wildin families attended the Olsen family reunion Sunday at Olsen Park at Fort Podge. Kersteins, of Clinton, Min- here Friday for 6 visit with old friends and with relatives at LuVerne. The Harry Sabin family and Mrs. Stella Sabin of Algona returned the forepart of the week after visiting relatives at Lime Springs, Mr. and Mrs. George Brunk and Charles Walters and daughters, Helen and Faith of Hartley were Sunday visitors at the C. F. Walters home. Mesdames O. S. Moore and E. O, Potter and the latter's daughter, Martha, returned home Saturday evening after a two days' visit with relatives at Slater. The Clarence Rochleau family reached home the first of last week after a visit with the C. W. and Loren Rutledge homes and with other relatives at MarysviUe, Missouri. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Walters and daughter, Francis, returned home last week Monday after visiting relatives and friends at Joliet, Kankakee and other parts of Illinois. . Teachers opening schools here are Eunice Bowman, No. 1; Dorothy Baylor, No. 2; Agatha Caughlin, No. 3; Mrs. Nelson of Algona, No. 4, and Irene Kellershon No. 5. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Roethler and daughter, Nora, sons, Alfred and Jerome, and the latter's wife and baby bf Waterloo were Sunday visitors at the Phillip Roethler home. Mrs. Cleve Stewart, her sister, Mrs. Cora Virgin and daughter, Thelma, of Lincoln, Nebraska, left Friday for their frome after visiting relatives and friends here and in Illinois. New officers elected Sunday for the coming year in the Sunday School are: Mrs. L. A.'Potter, superintendent; Mrs. A. E. Clayton, assistant; Miss Martha Potter, secretary and treasurer; G. W. Brown, assistant; L. A. Potter, pian- Ist - •" . t ' i, , Forty-four attended a picnic dinner at the Call State 'Park Sunday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Boals, who left Monday for their home at Clinton, Minnesota. They came here on Wednesday from the home of then- Bon Victor in Des Moines. The Carl Seip family returned on Saturday from a visit with the Henry Kohl and George Wineman. families and also the F. L, Boals family near Clinton, Minnesota. The same day M H. Boals and wife of Clinton were visiting here with Mr. and Mrs. John Seip, parents of Carl. Mr. and Mrs. Sumner Parsons returned home last week from Devil's Lake, North Dakota. Tbe former's sister, Mrs, W. Kreps, re'.'irned home with them and aUenclcd the Parsons family reunion Sunday at the Ambrose Coll State Park. M;s. Stanley Far- eons of Clinton Minnesota-, arrived on Thursday and the latter's brother, Edwin Fairburn, of Spokane, Washington, attended the reunion. The Ladies' Aid society met last week Wednesday with Mrs. D. D. Sparks and twenty-one adults and eleven children were present. The subject of the lesson was "Courage and Religion." The new officers elected for the coming year are: Mrs. A. E. Clayton, president; Mrs. B. F. Sparks, vice president; Mrs. E. C. Potter, secretary and treasurer; Mrs Wm. Run- Chey, assistant. The next meeting will be September 17th with Mrs. A. H. Wood. Bargains USED CARS Ford Sedan Chevrolet sedan Jewett sedan 1929 Chevrolet coupe Ford truck OIL AND GEEASE See us at our booth .at the fair in the Floral HalJ. Kohlhaas Bros. Phone 300 Algona, Iowa.

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