The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 24, 1930 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, September 24, 1930
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The Upper DesMoines-RiSpubiicatt, September 24, 1930 , Banker and Mrs. Guy M. Butts of , Wesley were visitors In Algona Tues•' day. Mrs. W. P. Hemphlil and Mrs. Elizabeth Mangan were Mason City visitors Monday. £>. H. Goeders.went to Chicago on Saturday evening to do some buvlnir for the Goeders store. ' y g Harold Waterbury of Titonka was operated on for appendicitis at the Algona hospital last Friday. Mrs. H. 0. Barnes of Rolfe came a day or so ago for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. George Elbert. Mrs. Alvin Briggs and little daughter, Mavis, are visiting at the home of ; Mrs. Briggs' parents in Fairmont. Alex Bonnstetter, Jf West Bend, the democratic nominee*for representative, i was an Algona vlsltpr yesterday. W. P. Hemphlil raStomafl the first of the week from a flsfimg trip in north- 'era Minnesota. He reports having had good luck. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Loss are enjoying a visit from their son, whose home Is in Chicago. He has been here the past week or two. City Marshall F. A. Newville accompanied his son, Darrel, to Ames Tues- 'day where he resumed his studies in 'Iowa State College. H. J. Thompson arrived in Algona •Saturday from Los Angeles and expects • to spend several weeks here looking af- • 'ter business matters. 'home in Chicago being here since last George Zanke left Monday for his 'Thursday. He brought the body of his •wife here for burial. Mr. and Mrs. John McMahon of Sex- 'ton are rejoicing over the birth of a 'baby boy, who arrived at the Algona /hospital September 16. 'Ray Oliver and George Elbert are •planning to go to Whittemore this evening to attend a birthday dinner par- 'ty given by Dr. H. E. Woodward. Ed. Hllmer, assistant manager of the : Bbtsford Lumber Company here returned Monday from Wlnona, Mlnne- • sota, where he had spent a few days. "Mrs. Fred Anderson left last week for 'Findlay, Ohio, to visit her daughter, "Mrs. W. J. Presnell. Mrs. Anderson expects to return the latter part of October. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Christensen are 'the parents of a baby boy born September 19, at the Algona hospital. Mr. Goerge Zanke, who was buried Thurs day. J. D. Burns is now employed as a salesman for the Elbert Garage. Hi has been working for the Algona In surance Agency, c. H. Beardsley is now employed by the insurance agency. Harve Dailey of Whittemore was an Algeria visitor yesterday. Harve had his car stolen last week, but it was rcovered. He says he now has it well insured and does not expect any one to bother it. Mr .and Mrs. Urban Lynch of Wln- nefred, South Dakota, visited Wednesday at the Joseph Beiser and Mrs. Mary Frankl homes. Mr. Lynch is ft brother of Mfs. Frankl and the late Mrs. Joseph Beiser. Milo Seeley, the sign painter, is recovering from an illness of several weeks. He injured his back on one of the diving boards at the swimming pool, and has been confined to his bed until just recently. Mrs. Elinor Button, the county welfare worker, went ot Des Moines on Tuesday to attend a meeting of the State Federation of Women's clubs. She expected to be back Thursday. Mrs. Button Is on the committee on delinquency. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Dingley arrived home from Chicago last Sunday afte spending about three weeks in! the city visiting their daughters, Miss Hel en Dingley and Mrs. W. B. Nugent and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Nugen drove them back and returned to Chi cago on Monday. Mrs. Elizabeth Mangan is enjoying a visit from her sisters, Mrs. A. E. Bollum of Crown Point, Charles Carpenter of North Dakota, and Indiana, Mrs Grand Forks her brother 'Christensen is employed at the Algona 'Bakery. '••!, • •• Mr. and Mrs. Otto Guderian and son •and Mr. and Mrs. Byron Stratton and • son of Cobb, Wisconsin, are guests at • the the Guderian home in east Algona this week. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Black are the •parents of a baby girl who was born Saturday. This, is their first child; : Mrs. Black was Miss Mabel Miller before her marriage. Mr. and Mrs. John Strains and son Charles D. Hammell of Washington D, C. This the first time in abou twelve years the family has been together. J, R. Nelson of Minneapolis was in Algeria from Sunday until Tuesday on business. . While here he was a guest at the H. E. So'rstedt.home. Mr Nelson, who was -assistant bank receiver here a few, months ago, moved to Minneapolis the first of September lie and his family had spent the summer at Orleans. Marriage licenses were issued to Walter Bakken -of Bode and Sadie Engler of Ottosen; Clarence Jurgenson of Corwith and Geneva Wolfe of Lu- Verne; Carl Olson of Algona and Victoria Weiss of Algona; D. P. Grettie of Chicago and Edris Vohs of Algona; Cecil Donaldson of Corwith, and Gertrude Heise of Corwlth; Peter Schutz of.EVr anston, Illinois, and Marie Weiskamp of Algona. George Koch of Lena* Wisconsin, accompanied by his mother, Mrs. Anna Koch of Port Byron, Illinois, visited Algona relatives and friends last week. Mr. Koch was formerly a resident of Algona and for a number of :years:cph- ducted a dray and transfer.line. '"•.Dick Wermersen of the LuVerne neighborhood had hig car more or less Mr. ana Mrs. jonn strains ana son damaged Jast wee k while on the way of Muscatlne have been visiting this £ "En City. He was following - a nrAAlr . of tlln \\fwnn nf It^co fiffaiMc' -^ .*.*»»ww« '•'"•' .r . _.-... . M«_ week, at v home, of Mrs. Strains' gona if' 1 Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. George Douglas re' turned to their home in Eckman, North ' Dakota,' Monday.' They came to Al- :gona to attend .the.'funeral of Mrs. car :,wlth, a trailer j Trailer.!fiamB>loose _„— TIT - ... Mr.' Wermerseri hit?it before he could stop the car. A safety lock should be used to fasten trailers behind cars to avoid any danger of their coming unfastened. * Call Theatre - Algona -j THURS. & FRI., SEPT. 85-36 Something to cheer about. A grand and glorious whirligig of youth. Fun, frolic and football. Sixteen song hits. A year on Broadway— now even a greater talkie. with ; v Olive Brook Paul Lukas Branded an outcast by the man to whom she's married. Condemned to live with him. Come and see her fight for her woman's right to love. Also. Talking News and Comedy. MON., TUBS., WED., Sept. 29-30, Oct. 1. Matinee Tuesday at 2:30. with Bessie Love Oliif! Edwards • Mary Lawlor Lola Lane (Jus Shy Also Talking News and Vitaphouo Acts. Matinee Thursday at 2:30. SATURDAY, SEPT. 27. Matinee at 1:30. Buck Jones • the screen's daredevil cowboy in a thrilling, breath-taking, all-talking picture, "THE LONE RIDER" with Vera Reynolds A colorful story of the days of '49 stirring action, strong situations and a big climatic punch. Also Comedy wid VJtephone Acts. SUNDAY. SEPT. 28. Shows start at 1, 3, 6, 7, and 9 o'clock. The nrst lady of the screen in the love drama of the year. Butto OHatterton WOMAN" CLASSIC OF THE Y&UU World's greatest entertainer in his greatest foot" light hit! You've seen him in the role o! a mammy shouter,.a night cjub entertainer, a radio performer, and a minstrel man, but wait til) you m him as the wise-cracking, lovable, blackface jockey. Also Selected Short Banker John Cullen of Whittemore was over on business Monday. George Butterworth of Sweft City was in Algona on business Saturday. Dr. p. E. Walley spent the week end in Des Moines visiting with his wife. Judge D. F. Coyle was a business visitor in Algona on Monday of this week. Tom Tamen, the Lakota Implement man, transacted business in Algona on Monday. Hugh Herman was at Falrfleld, Iowa, the first of the week to visit a cousin, who Is 111. Mrs. Chas. Rosewall went to Chicago Sunday for a visit of a week with her son, Paul. Martin Peril of Fenton ah^ Lpntr cMahon spent Wednesday attending .he fair at Spencer. E. Larson of the Wnu Bell Grain Company spent the week end in Minneapolis with friends. L. 1. Olngerlch left for Titonka yes- erday to look after some tiling he is having done on his farm. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Wright are at Rlchter, where Mr. Wright underwent wo operations at the hospltla. Attorney Edward D. Kelly of Emmetsburg was a business visitor In Alona on Monday of this week. Robert Collinson and Tom Wagner ft for Canada last Saturday for a week's fishing trip in Canada. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Wadsworth left last week for a trip and visit in Illinois and at their old home in Wisconsin/ Joseph Shaben returned home last week from a trip to New York, where he visited with his daughter, Lillian. Mrs. Tom Maxwell of Dubuque and her daughter, Mrs. Paul Fox of Sac City visited at the Backus home last week. . ._;-..:.....,. •vBert ,up^ftpm Fort Dodge Monday looking after repairs on ths heating plant at the Ford garage which he owns. County Agents, E. R. Morrison of CELEBRATION HELD ATWESTBEND Dairy and Legion Day Gele bration was Held there Last Wed, and Thurs, MANY PEOPLE TAKE IN THE EXHIBITS. Corn on Exhibit was Very Good, Ames Professors Gave Talks on Butter and Cream Both Evenings. Kossuth county and H. M. Nichols of Humboldt, were business visitors at Ames last Saturday. Mrs. Paul Laidley and little daughter returned to their home at Esther- vllle Sunday after a week's'visit at the Howard Vlnson home. Mrs. Elinor Button plans to attend a convention in DCS Moines the twenty- fourth of this month. Mrs. Button is the social worker here. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Wolcott and little daughter drove ot Mankato Saturday for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wolcott. - Mr. and Mrs, Harry Larson and family, of Forest-'Olty were guests Sunday at the home of Mrs. Larsons' parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Specht. Gertrude Keneflok who enrolled this year 'as a freshman at the University of Iowa was recently pledged to the Delta Delta Delta sorority. • Mn r and Mrs. J. B. Wheelock drove x> Austin, Minnesota, Sautrday, where Jiey visited over Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. Carl Gillingham. C. C. Schaap spent the week end in Algona visiting his son, Dr. C. D. Sohaap, who recently took over the Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Crose, Mr. < and Mrs. C. F. Lathrop and Mr. and MniP Alfred Jergensen attended a picnic pin- ner in a park at Humboldt Sunday^ 7 Bernice stock spent the:, week i end with her parents;--Mr;'-' and- Mrsi A. PJfnnlr >. : 'f* ^;,-«1- :«'«-i-. • p: , :- -• tructor in the schools In Eagle .Grove. Mr. and Mwi.'^jpe -Bloom and; Mri nd Mrs. Al Bloom and family--drove o Mason City Monday for a few days' isit with relatives.- They expected to eturn Thursday, • -•••-., Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Murtagti and r. A. McDonald (returned Thuipday rom Columbia, Missouri, where they had taken Josephine Murtagh to en- er Stephen's College. Miss Mayme Betts has returned from Nevada, where she has been a patient at-the hospital the past few weeks. Her many friends will be glad to learn of \er improved condition, Mr, and Mrs. William Berry of Winnebago, Minnesota, and Mrs. A. D. Cunningham and daughter, Geraldine, if Amboy, Minnesota, were Sunday guests at the Backus hom.e Alice Rist, who went to Iowa City last week to attend the State University, was recently pledged to the Gamma Phi Beta sorority. Alice attended Rockford College last year. Dr. and Mrs. M. J. Kenefick accompanied Mr. and Mrs. S. E, McMahon to Iowa City Sunday where Mr. McMahon underwent a medical examination. They returned home Monday night. Mr. and Mrs, E. L. Hansen of Han- croft were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Nelson. Mr. and Mrs Joe Nurre of Bancroft spent the day at the Emil Stoeffel home just north of Algona. Ignatius Wernert, son of Mr. and Mrs. I. Wement. left *»•*<-;. bus, Ohio, where he is assistant professor In the chemistry department and where he Is also studying for his doctor's degree. Darrell Newville, son of Marshall and Mrs. Floyd Newville left for Ames on Tuesday to take up his work in Iowa State College as'a second year forestry student. Darrell spent the summer in a forestry camp in Montana. The Standard Oil station on East State street is being wrecked this week to make way for the driveways for tho new One Stop Station being completed by the Standard Oil Company for an oil station and for the Clapsaddle Tire & Vulcanizing Service. The present pumps will be used for a time until the new ones can be erected on the site of the station, which is being torn down. The building will be ready for occupancy in about a week. West Bend, September 23. Special: The Dairy and Legion Day celebration, was held here Wednesday and Thursday. The streets for two blocks were lined with concessions of all kinds. The calf and colt show drew large crowds with a fine lot of colts arid calves entered. The seed corn was on exhibition in the Orpheum Theatre and much comment was heard on the quality of the corn. The display of baked goods was very good. Those taking prizes were as follows: Belgian colts—first prize, Charles Thatcher; second prize, Alex Bonnstetter; third prize, Ray Barber.. Perchei'on—first prize, George Jacobs; second prize, Ohas. Ballard 01 1930 colts. Guernseys—first prize, Wilbur Stover; second prize, Ralph Struthers third prize, Donald Struthers; fourth prize, James Barber. Jerseys— first prize, Orville Jurgens second prize, E. Jurgens; third prize Elmer Fehr. Mixed corn—first prize, Merle Stover; second prize, Gus Berninghaus third prize, Chris Christiansen'.' Yellow corn—first prize, Merle Holt second prize, Omer Edwards; third prize, F. Faberchost. Yellow corn—first prize, P. Bonnstetter; second prize, Walter Crahan; third prize, Wm. Bell. Sweet corn—first prize, E. Edwards; second prize, Wash Harris. Popcorn—Chris Christiansen; second Mrs. Wm. Montag; largest ear, Emi: Metzger; longest ear, Wayne Carter; sweepstakes, Merle Holt. Early oats—first prize, Clyde Banwart; second prize, Herman Habeger. Late oats—first prize, C. H. Thatcher; second prize, Herman Habeger. Barley—first prize, Dowell Hinton; second prize, George Jacobs. Cream Scoring. Cream scoring—Bob Chambers, first; A. H. Bonnstetter, second and C. B. Thatcher, third. Ladles—first, Mrs. A. B. Carter; second, Mrs. George Jacobs; third, Mrs. Wm. Montag. Baked Goods. The prizes awarded on. baked goods went to the following: White bread—Mrs. John Ludwig, first; Mrs -Ernest Zaugg, second. Whole wheat bread—Mrs. A. B. Carter, first. ••' ' Buns—Mrs, Rosa Munson, first; Mrs. Dale Briggs, second. Angel Food cake—Mrs. Walter Shell- myer, first; Mrs. Frank' Sweeney, sec- SWEA CITY OPENED PAVING FRIDAY Held Big (Celebration With Representatives from all Towns Near and Far. CONTINUOUS PAVING PBOM THERE TO N. Y. Fire Thousand People Attended. Rusty Hinge Quartette, Eslhcrvillc Dram Corps and Algona Band There. Devil's "Food cake—Mrs. Laura*-B8tff Mrs. Rosa Munson^ second. •.»-;•.•; Nut loaf—Mrs. Wm. Wfotitag. ; . ,- t Rolls—Mrs. Raymond Banwart, first; Mrs. Ernest Zaugg, second. • ;.:,: r lce box cookies-^flrst; Esther •Haber; second, Mrs. Walter' Shellmyer. Sugar cookies—first, Rlckle Sands; second, Mrs. John Benriirigeri.,' ; ; Oatmeal cookleSrrMrs. Wm, Mpritag, 'first; Lydia Sander, second. , Raised doughnuts-^Mrs. John Dor- weUer,. first; Mrs. Walter .Shellmyer, second/ •'"•'• '•' •'-••;. ^ •, : . : Wash Dresses. ' • Wash dresses made by girls in school —first, Gladys Martinson; second, Rita Sweeney; third, Esther. Habeger; fourth,-Lela Frelden; fifth, Helen Montag. Won Loving Cup. Wilbur Stone won the loving cup. The cup will be on display in Vohs' drug store window. Prof. Rudnick and Prof. Stordick of Ames were the cream judges. A very interesting meeting was held on both evenings with talks on butter and cream by the judges. Stolen Emmetsburg Car Found Here. Marshall Floyd Newville discovered an Emmetsburg car here last Sunday that had been stolen. It was a Swea City, September 23: Swea City celebrated the official opening of state paving on No. 9 and the city paving ast Friday night. Under a brilliant display of 1,000 lights, besides its brilliant white way, 5,000 people attended the formal opening of the paving, connecting Swea Cltfy with New York -My. The Algona Military Band in full regalia opened the evening program with a series of musical numbers. This band s one of the. finest in northwest Iowa and the courtesy of tho Algona Commercial Club in sending this band will ong be remembered by the people who attended. The speaker of the evening was Hon. George Godfrey of Algona, who capably filled the place of L. J. Dickinson who was to have given the address bul was unable to attend. Immediately following this was the entertainment furnished by the "Rusty Hinge" quartette of Mason City. Nothing "rusty" about these outstanding entertainers. Not only are they a quartette; but a complete show. Their snappy vaudeville kept the audience entertained and in a constant roar for upwards of an hour. Their son, "Ain't We Crazy" was the climax of their entertaining. Drum and Bugle Corps. The next number was the Estherville Drum and Bugle. Corps of the American Legion. In their snappy uniforms of blue and white they made a "hit" with their audience. Having Just recently returned from the state convention of the American Legion at Sioux Ciy they were in finest form for the maneuvers. They used the white way extending two blocks for their drill, and under the efficient leadership of G. F. Wilder, the Estherville Drum and Bugle Corps are outstanding. It was a rare treat for the people of this community to have the privilege of enjoying such a marvelous spectacle. Following this the paving was given over to a pavement dance with the Reutzel orchestra furnishing the music and "Red" Haglund, master of ceremonies, over 500 couples, danced until a late hour. Barricades Opened. Immediately at one minute past ;welve o'clock the barricades were taken away, with Col. Fred Mlehe, as ;he master of ceremonies, and amid the flowing of horns, sirens and a parade ed by the fire truck, the paving WM thrown open to traffic. Farm Sales The season for farm sales is at hand. If you are plannfnf on a sale this fall or coming winter, we Invite you to see one of otir officers in regard to clerking it. Years of experience in this line of wprk enables us to handle your sale in a manner that will; give you entint satisfaction. Iowa State Bank Algona, Iowa e fufl n -arna h"H ion of Swea City, and it was one of \ih flivobtT 1 " 1 ' "I""*"""*-' '"t«iii»»' :»'J« '' Hi- 'and ne|d -..-„— ----state, ;•" Wo .'concessions 4 were : allowed and. only ''eat*' stands'; were allowed. These 1 privileges were extend'ed 'to 1 the churches and the boys of the Smith- Hughes department' who did a' ' large mslness • as did the cafes and drug tores,, ... . , ;• •.;•••--. A-Wtten,*ball?game atxflye p'. in. be- ;ween Grant, and Swea .City American Legion -resulted in a i'to 3 victory for he Legion boys. :.' . ' ' • • T , * '.- • ' " - ' •: • , •• • ORDH 0241 mm 3 .Y-) (XI 7 ,I-T What a the man whp' troubles a\yay. sig'ht in ordering your" supply of coal today. Get it; off yoivr mind. Kiiow'tliat— whatever else happens— ybW? your family will be guaranteed warmth this winter ' COAL WILL LATER ON —ORDER IT NOW. It is good business to when the market' is down, AfuH the market will soon- go .pp. '< Phone us today, and. tell .$.&$ what you will want lor winter supply, " _ Botsford Lum ! f- • .. ! v-'i : ' ', '" ; 'tr • i -*-•• NEW STYLES IN rolet coach belonging to a man by the name of Boss Oanham of Emmetsburg. The car was discovered west of the court house and the thief . had left a pair of shoes In it which had been purchased at Bloom's store here. There was also a stolen license plate in the car, the number of which was 76-3249 No trace of the thief was found bul it's a cinch that he will be out a pair of shoes. Dining Room Furniture *•* ' • • .,;-,. :. ,..., .f. 4 Now on Display -I • . JL I ~ • • ••-'• v- . ~ 9 - •:,-. ••,•,,;•.• ...... .... ... DRES3ED CHICKENS ready for the oven. Saturday, Sept, 27th Mrs, John Bookes Leave your owjerjs at White'i Grocery Mr. and Mrs. Henry Olson, who live on College street, are the parents of a baby boy born September 17. Alvin Briggs. has been"-"- Brlggs barber shop because of a badly infected finger. Al Falkenhalner and son, Melzar, went to Waterloo yesterday to adjust an auto liability claim in which the heirs of a woman were claiming $30,000 for her death in an auto accident. Dr. R. M, Wallace came home on Monday from a twelve day trip to Texas and other southern pojnts. He also made a short trip Into Mexico. He visited a brother who lives at Beaumont, and two nephews who are located at the aviation flelds near San Antonio. While in Texas he Inspected some land holdings he has there. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Harris of Cedar Rapids, Mrs. Elva Class of Eau Claire, Wisconsin, pr. and Mrs. Willard Nichols of Milwaukee ano: Mr. and Mrs. George Powell of Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, were guests Sunday at the 0. T. Chubb home. They are all nieces and nephews of Mrs. 0. O. Chubb. Mrs. Class talked at the Algona high school Tuesday on some of her experiences in Hawau; ^ Quant W» W South Seas, Shp repjtly r^turnep; from a two an4 «woft« mrs' stay there. Those magnificent two-piece living room suites are now low in price. They are well built for maximum comfort; with expensive upholstering; in variety of elegant coverings. Thursday, Friday and Saturday they will be specially priced. Foster Furniture

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