The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 24, 1930 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, September 24, 1930
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OCTETS T"'- Vohs-Orettle Nuptials— Last Sunday afternoon in the "home of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. vohs 6f Algdna occurred the mat-Hagft of, thelf daughter, Edrte, and <BrC> Donald P. Grettie, of Chicago. The ceremony was performed by candle light, while the strains of Liszt's Llebestraum wero played. Rev. Hulse officiated. Carl Vohs of Wi bride, sang "At Dawni Bend,, t brother of the "promise" and accompfthieri on the violin by Mis wife, the former Miss Agnes Austin, and at the piano by Quentin Kongsbach ,of West Bend. Mrs. Vohs and Mr. Kongsback also played the wedding march. The bride is a graduate of the town State Teachers' College and for the past' few years has been studying in the Cosmopolitan School of Music hi 'Chicago,' wherfe'srre•became affiliated with the Phi Beta fraternity. She has taught hi the public schools of Downer's Grove, Illinois, last year acting as kindergarten supervisor. Dr. Grettie, the son of Mr. and Mrs. •O. C. Grettie of Salem, Oregon, is a graduate of the Willemette University t)f Oregon. Later he received his M. A. •degree from the University of Oregon in Eugene and his Ph. D. from the University of Pittsburgh. He is a mem- "ber of the honorai XI and Phi Lambd? now a research chj Company In ch-lc married fraternity Sigma UpsUon and is st for Swift & fcere the newly Honor Alfona Visitor- Mrs. Howard French of Tltonka entertained a number of Algona friends Tuesday evening in honor of Mrs. Maroa Keith Bailey of Philadelphia, who Is here visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Keith. Mrs. Bailey won the high prize for bridge, Mrs. L. C. Nuuent, second high, and Mrs. Hel^ en Quartoft Brushlngham,' third high, other guests were Mrs. J, L. Bonar, Mrs. R. H. Spencer, Mrs. R. H. Crawford, Mrs. H. M. Hauberg and Miss Marie Wehler. Country Club Party— The last ladies' afternoon Country Club party of the season was held at the club house' Tuesday with about for- tv present. Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer was chairman of the committee which in- eluded Mrs. M. P. Haggard, Mrs. Al Falkenhataer. Mrs. C. B. Murtagh, anil Mrs. Joe Greehberg of Algona and Mrs. Klrby Smith and Mrs. W. T. Peters of Burt. Mrs. A. K. Cliff won this first prize for high score in bridge, and Mrs. Frank Seller won second high. Party at Shelter House- Miss Elaine Isaacson entertained several girl friends at a picnic at the shelter house in the Call State Park Friday evening. The evening was spent Helping Hand Society— The Presbyterian Helping Hand so clety will meet Thursday, October 2, a the home of Mrs. Frank Ostrum a two-thirty o'clock. Mrs, E. T. Dalle; and Mrs. A. W. Behrends will be assist Ing hostesses. M. E. Missionary Meets— The Woman's Home Missionary so ctety of the M. E. church will hold their annual -dues paying luncheon a the church parlors'on Friday, Septem ber 28 at one o'clock. A good attend ance is desired. Baptist JVf< The Northeni'fow^Siiptlst 'Association is holding its annual meeting at Webster City this week. The meetings began Thiirsd H. We H. H. and_will continue to and Mrs. F Rawson and iter'City Tues day to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Georg Hofius, Miss Anna Ingersoll, Mrs. Har vey Coleman and Mrs. W. C. Bowman left this morning for Webster City id -Mrs. Webster .will be home for unday] Mrs. Raw- soit.planned to,go on to visit "her "daughter; T2ad6bna.i The 'Baptist State'-'ConvtentJon.wlll be Mason City in October. There will be a number .of "widely known speakers. socially and in dancing. The guests included Helen Morrow, Helen Daughan, Marguerite Dalzlel, Irene Dalzlel, Virginia Good, Verona Benson, Vivian Dale, Esther Dearchs, Edna Gilmore, and Helen Goeders. Tournament Ends Friday The bridge tournament which the Country Club has been having this summer, will end Friday with a one o'clock luncheon. All memebrs who wish to attend are to call Mrs. D. R. Steele before Thursday at six o'clock Humboldt Oil Station Held Up Humboldt, Sept. 22.—Two men, pos* ing as customers, invaded a filling station operated by the Standard Ol Company here last night, slugged Richard Holt, the attendant, and fled with $60 in cash. Holt was locking up at ten o'clock when the bandits drove their automobile into the station. "May we use your rest room? 1 ; one of the pair inquired. "Certainly," said Holt, busy with closing up for the night. The men entered the station and the next Holt knew he was lying on the floor with a splitting headache and it was three o'clock in the morning. He examined the room and found the safe rifled and the cash receipts of the day's business missing. He left a message, explaining the missing fund and his headache, locked up and wen to his rooming house, the home of O H. DeGrote. Holt was relief attendant and wen on duty at one p. m. yesterday. Ken neth Cram, the station manager, cam down to. work as usual this morning found the note, and learned the facts Checks, accepted In payment Sunday were not taken. Holt has recalled but few details of the holdup. He was slugged so sud- for reservations. After the play the denly and unexpectedly, he said, that final prizes will be awarded. .Mrs. he had little or no time to observe the Joe Greenberg won the high prize last Friday. Woman's Club Meeting— The Woman's club will meet at the jibrary Friday evening at seven-thir- ;y. An important business meeting will e followed by a program. Mrs. C. More Homes :Now Enjoy K. Barnes of Garner will talk on the Iowa Tuberculosis Association. Mrs. Elinor Button, public welfare worker for Kossuth county, will also talk. There will be a solo by Mrs. G. D. Shum- Iway. [ Entertaining' Today- Mrs. S. B. French, Mrs. G. D. Stokes, Mrs, G. H. Fflee, Mrs. C: D. Fellows, Mrs. Chas. Lathrop and Mrs. W. P. [French are entertaining a number of | friends- this afternoon at a one o'clock bridge luncheon.. The first five ladies clothes the bandits wore or determine what type weapon they used to hit him. He was unconscious flve hours. He remembers the men were driving a* Ford car, however. The station is located at the east end of Main street and is one of two operated here by the Standard Oil Company. Holt Is a sophomore in Humboldt high school and a football player. Police are investigating the robbery. .L Sterling Silver as _ ._ _ _„ JJ¥C a price-lias been re-* 8 wm & ve another;party Thursday: ?i«"r""TSE > " ; ' fro: ^, "We iar< £ s fiew ast added a r pattern to our 'Sterling 'patterns, The Granado, a beautiful I Auxiliary Meeting-— The annual meeting of the American .ejton, Auxiliary will be held at the Legion;hall Frldajriyeveuing, September 26 at seven-thirty. 6<At this- time officers will be elected. The social hour will be In charge of Mrs. Walter Fra- Other gatterns^ia Sferl- ing are VftxL"and Mary*, Wm. and" Mary jj; Colfax, Chateau Thierry, and Early American. Also a fine line of plated spttternS Urex, the Sil-: ^verseal, -,-.-•• inlaid with :j Bt^erling-Silver. Will be pleased to show you the different patterns. F. W. Wehler & Co. • , Phone 240. ; Fine Watch Repairing The Xoyal Temperance Legion Jfceet with yMrs. Ellis .McWhorter ' on Friday at four-fifteen to the afternoon. All who^caBCar6:>i?equested" to be pre- for. ttie holiday work 'for * sent the be made; ' _ _ P. E. <l;'s; Entertain B! I. L/s— ; The WE. O. T society entertained their lusbands, the B. I. L.S, at a dinner at the Country Club Wednesday evoning Jewelers & Optometrists. s of .last week, five' present. There were about forty- The evening was spent Baptist Loyal Class— The Baptist Loyal class will meet on Thursday afternoon, September 25 with Mrs. Lydia Sampson. Mrs. Esther Willason and Mrs. Mae Elkins will be assisting hostesses. Get-Together Club- Mrs. C. O. Simpson entertained the Get-Togethe£., club at a one o'clock luncheon atf Ijer home Monday. The afternoon was spent playing bridge. Mrs. Frankl Entertains— Mrs. John Frankl entertained her bridge club Monday night. The hign score prize was won by Mrs. Bert Cronan and the consolation prize'was won by Mrs. Elizabeth Mangan. Zimmerman Child Has Rat Bite Fever. The two year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Zimmerman Is suffering with rat bite fever, a very rare disease which is seldom seen In this country. The child was bitten on the wrist Just above the, thumb while asleep.,in. its, crib, about six weeks ago. Tne bite had healed over, and the child was thought to be suffering no 111 effects from the bite until the fever developed. The disease affects the lymphatic \N glands and causes local eruptions on thle skin During the attack r,f the fever /the locality of the wound becomes ^actively Inflamed. The fever breaks 'out, anywhere from -two weeks to two^nonths after the pjsrson has been bitteni\ The h jd^_att»cks several #«Cf Larkin Osbofn of Windofti, Minnesota, spent Sunday at the home of his parents. The Norwegian Lutheran ehurch will hold their annual harvest festival on Sunday, October 5. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Dahl who have been visiting at the Anton Dahl home, left Thursday for their home in Tyler, Minnesota. Mr. arid Mrs, Albert Ulstad and Mrs. Jens Halverson returned home from a week's visit with Albert Enis near Ames last Thursday. Many Senecans attended the Spencer fafr last week. Everyone was wel pleased with what they saw and salt it was almost as good as a state fair Mr. and Mrs. Peter Philips of Hollandale, Minnesota, spent last Wednesday at the J. J. Drinah home. They were enroute to their home from Etn- metsburg. The Seneca Norwegian Lutheran congregation has added another improvement to their church, that being n Jstern. They plan to install a sink n the kitchen of the parsonage in the iear future, Mr. and Mrs. C. Hamann of Dennl- 011, Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Nissen and Clara Hanson of Brltt and Mrs. J. H. 'lelsen_and- daughter, Florence of Rlngsted were Sunday dinner guesl at the C. F. Nielson home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Christiansen an family and Miss Inez Anderson of Chi cago and Thelma Anderson motorec to Litchfleld, Minnesota, Wednesday to visit at the Lenore Anderson home They returned home on Saturday. •:Mr. and Mrs. Martin Larson am Esther Godden drove to Mankato on Priday and took their son, Everett, who is attending business college. They went on to Minneapolis to visit with friends and relatives over the week end. .The three upper classes of the Senea high school elected then- class officers and sponsors last week for ths oming year as follows: cenior class^— vesident, Helen Nielsen, secretary- reasurer, Mildred Goetsch, sponsor, R. L. Rossman; junior class—president, Bernard Jensen, secretary-treasurer, Alice Lenihan, sponsor, Ruth Hallett; sophomore class—president. Ruth Kueck, secretary-treasurer, Lavon Madden, sponsor, Ruth Hallett. ^w/JW^^WA^^^^W^Vyfl: Autumn Smartness DEPENDS ON Correct Corsetry intermittently — „ , roli> . The disease is most .commpa in 'Japf/n and the treatment for -it is o.f ah .intravenous nature. A clinic of the doctors was held-to see the case. is the first case of the fever that has been known about in, the county. . HITTEMORE NEWS. Algona Lady Visits With Home Folks, Elmore.Eye: Mrs. R. C.'Collinson of Algona, visited the fore part of this week at the home of her mother,' Mrs. C. F. Henkel. Mrs. Collinson will be better remembered to Elmore people as Violet Zentz. :0»X35W:«D£Otttt8S^ Something New to Save YourjGears This new invention actually flushes out the gear cases. Something which motor car instruction books say should be done at least every 2,500 miles. To remove the old, gritty grease, filings, etc., which wear and tear the life out of gears and car. /"~ Gear Flushing Service Has the gear cases ready in a jiffy to fill with fresh Alemite Transmission Lubricant. This lubricant by actual tests will give 1 to \% more miles per gallon of gasoline. / p Service Co. 1 SxrB ?> ; ,'• . . Washing Vulcanizing Batteries Brake Service wwosssa | IRVINGTON NEWS. | v*^®®**®®^^ Mrs. Arthur Riley and Mrs. Ida Riley were business callers at Fort Dodge one day the past week. Frank Simmons of Fairmont spent Sunday at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George Simmons. Miss Mildred Dole spent a few days the past week at the home of her atom, Mrs. Robert Dutton and family of Al- jona. Miss Cecil Thornton has been spending the past week at the home of hev brother, Mr. and Mrs. Seward Thornton and family of Emmetsburg. Harry Felter, who Is employed at the Frank Ditsworth farm east of Irvington, spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Ed. Ditsworth and family. Clifford Schrader of Milwaukee came Saturday to spend a few days with his wife. Mrs. Schrader will be better remembered as Miss Maud Bchichtl. Mr and Mrs. Frank Thornton and •mily spent Sunday at the home of Mr. Thornton's brother, Mr. and Mrs. Kansom Thornton of Emmeteburg, Ralph Simmons of Cresco and Mr and Mrs. Firman Laing and family of Algona spent Sunday at the home of Mr. Simmons and Mrs. Laing's parents Mr. and Mrs. George Simmons. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Baldwin and family of Algona spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs Albert Davis and family. The Baldwin and Davis families visited at West Bend Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Seward Thornton of Emmetsburg are the proud parents of an eight and one-half pound boy born to them September 17. This now makes two boys for the Thorntons. They wer« once residents of this vicinity. Vie I«owe Pllone 856 - Glen McMurray A shower was given in honor of Mr. and. Mrs. Joseph Anderson, Jr., last Tuesday evening when about htirty- flve or forty of their friends and relatives pleasantly surprised them. The evening was spent in playing games. A delicious luncheon was served late in the evening. t The bride and groom received '..many beautiful and useful gifts for then- new. home. After the shower a group of friends charlvaried the couple and took them to Swea City and left them. It is supposed they The slender fitted lines of the new fashions require foundation wear of authentic style, 1 Modart corsetry gives the graceful curves of the mode in an easy, comfortable way. Special Announcement On Saturday of this week Miss Levington, special representative and expert corsetierre, will be in our store for the purpose of helping anyone with any corset problems and help you choose the coiv rect "Modart" best adapted to you. While Miss Levington is here she will also teach all .of our salesladies how to properly fit the -new Fall Models so you,may.know, that whenever you, chopse -a'Modart you will be -properly fitted. >. Christensen Bros. Go. Algona's Garment Center WQiiXXO®^^ ST. BENEDICT NEWS. arrived home safely the next day. IFOUE COENEE NEWSJ #®c®m#xi^^ Miss Evelyn Nickerson has been having a siege of the chicken pox the past week, The Good Hope choir met at the Etna Mitchell home last Tuesday even- Ing for practice. Many from this community attended the Clay county fair last Wednesday, Thursday and'Friday. Miss Edna Walker was at the Mart Elmore home Saturday caring for the Elmore children while the Elmores attended the Clay county fair. Frank Gappa is quite ill at hisfhome" in the^east part of the city. ] _p : , Beverly. Smith, the little daughter of Mr.->and Mrs. Frank Smith, has been very ill the past ..week.. "-.,' ; . 'Mr. and Mrs. George Dahlke and chjldren of-Mansbn visited Thursday at-theM. CJ.'Weir home. .,.* It {has been definitely announced that Bishop Edmund Heelari,of Sioux City will be in Whittemdre oh Monday, October 8. .'. -.*-:' . ' " - : ' - ' • Mr. and Mrs. Timothy O'Brien and Mary Joice were week end visitors at ;he home of then- mother, Mrs. James O'Brien. Mrs. Bert Shellmyer and son, Richard and Grace, Inez and Mary Jane Gebhart were Mason City visitors on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Weydert and John Haag visited several days last week with relatives at New Richland, Minnesota. Mrs. Nell Parrel! and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Farrell drove to Lawler Saturday and spent the day with Sister Marie Celine (Veronica Parrell.) Herman Zumach, proprietor of the Sanitary Meat Shop underwent an operation for appendicitis at the McCreery hospital last Monday. Mre. Elizabeth Priester, Mrs. Peter Neu and Miss Augusta Priester went to Sleepy Eye, Minnesota, Friday where they visited with Henry Priester until Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Brunner of Mason City and Delores Finnell of I Rockford were visiting at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Finnell Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kloock and family were at Garner Sunday attending the funeral of Mr. Klpock'6 oldest brother, who passed away on Friday after a long illness. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Puchsen and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Priester were Spencer visitors on Wednesday and Thursday of last week. They spent Wednesday at the fair. Mrsi Nell Farrell and family and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Farrell of Detroit, were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hanson in Fenton Sunday. Miss Helen Farrell was 'over from Forest City for the day. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Potter and children of Norfolk, Nebraska, and Augusta H&ag of Centervilla, South Dakota, came Sunday for a few days' visit at the home of Mrs. Peter Haag, 8r. Mrs. Potter was formerly TiJHe Haag. Mr. and Mrs. Albert L. Bchijtz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bchiltz, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schlltz and family, Mrs. M. S. Schiltz and daughter, Margaret and Lawrence Mousel, all of Bancroft and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Fuchsen of Whittemore were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Priester on Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Helndrick entertained several of Mrs. Helndrlck'B relatives from Fairmont, at dinner Sunday. They were her mother, Mrs. Oarl Lemke and family, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lemke and family, Martin and Walter Lemke, Fred Peyman and Mr. and Mrs. Hartman and family. Or* Saturday, Mrs. Fred Thiemann and her husband from Fairmont spent the day here on their way to Waterloo. T. F. Howard spent Saturday afternoon and Sunday at Fort Dodge. 'Miss Genevieve Arridorfer spent Saturday with her sister, Mrs. A. J. Fehr. Mrs. C. Immerfall spent Monday afternoon at the home of her son; P. F. Immerfall. Mr. and Mrs. John Arend and their daughter, Louisa, were shoppers in Algona Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Venteicher and family spent Sunday afternoon at the Martin Rahui and J. L. Raskopf homes. visit at the home of Mrs. John Huschka. ,;'Mr. and Mrs. Earl Anderson and children of Fort Dodge spent Sunday with* Mr.: and.;Mrs. Wm. Weiner, the ladies being? ,:sisters. . Miss. Estella' Simons' came home on Suhday from St.'.Toe, where she has been employed and will visit with her mother foj some time. Mr. -and Mrs. Edward Arndorfer and family 1 and' Mrs. Victoria Arndorfer were Sunday dinner guests of Nick and Amelia Arndorfer. Quite a number from here attended the Yegge, Ludwig wedding dance given at Wesley Monday evening and all reported a very good time. Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Raskopf and their daughter, Mrs. J. O. Downs, and Mrs. J. L. Raskopf, were shoppers at Algona Saturday afternoon Mrs. Prances Stephenson of Chicago, came last Thursday to spend several weeks with her mother, Mrs John Huschka, and other relatives. Mr,, and Mns. George Perstt and family and • Mrs. James Weiner of Britf visited Sunday afternoon at the Wm. and Prank Weiner homes. Mrs. Josephine Rosenmeyer returned home Friday evening after having spent 'part of last •„ week., with her daughter, Mrs*. Everett Steossy of Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Al Rosenmeyer, Mrs. Frances Stephenson and Mrs. John Huschka spent Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Elsen- barth. Mrs. Rose Arndorfer, son Bernard, daughters '.Lucille *and, -Mrs; Leo O. Millervbl Plum Creek and A. J. Fehr drove to Port Dodge Saturday to have dental work done. MJss Vivian Stephenson,: who is making her home at the Dr. Fox home at Algona, spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Frances Stephenson and her, grandmother, Mrs. John Husch• ' ra SECOND HAND ONE MINUTE POWER WASHER, NEARLY NEW, CHEAP. ONE CUSHMAN, H H, R?ENGINE. 1 Kohlhaas Hardware wyvwwwwwvwvC Jvwwvvww ^f^^^ WWVWWVUWM Do You Do you know that the BIGGEST and BEST line of CofiVe in town is the "PURE QUILL" line sold only at the "Dependon" grocery? We have ten different blends at various prices between 9 5c and 50c the pound. ' We also have SEVEN different kinds and grades of "PURE QUILL Teas. - The same brand, of Spices, Baking Powder and Extracts are very good. Iten's "Cookies" and "Fairy Crackers" and "Richelieu" Groceries can't be beat. Do you want Marshmallows for 18c the pound? Bo you know that we sell more 49 and 24i/ 2 pound sacks of good flour a week now than we did a year ago ? Well, we do! Larrabee's "Best" and "I-H" and "Jersey Cream" turned the trick at $1.90 and $1.50 per sack. They make the Bread like mother used to make, New Pancake flours are also in. We recommend "Little Crow" wheat or buckwheat, 35c and 40c, "Iowa Maid," wheat or buckwheat, 25c and 30c. ,Both in 3i/ 2 pound packages. Syrups, Apple Butter, Pure All Fruit Jams and Preserves (and mutations also) are here for your inspection. ' Prices Right with Quality at 'vwwvwvwwvvw^ fwwr wvwrowyvwv "'I -*.*& '-m ^..,/r'M

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