The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 1, 1930 · Page 2
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, October 1, 1930
Page 2
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o' im &%3iX^8&>^^ | t,ED¥AK» NEWS. W. A. Dutton of Algona was culling at the Ed. Campbell home Monday., Mrs. Ed. Haverson and children Were callers at Elmore Saturday afternoon. D. A. Carpenter WES transacting business at Winnebftgo, Minnesota, Thursday, Miss Barbara Wyiam spent Tuesday evening at Swea City visiting with her . sister. Joe Jenlcs of Bancroft spent Sunday here visiting his parent*, Mr. and Mrs. Prank Jenks. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Campbell and son of Seneca spent Tuesday at the Ed. Campbell home. Misses Wylam and Jones spent the •week end visiting with Miss Jones' parents at Chester, Iowa. The farmers began hauling beets here Tuesday afternoon. They expect to be going full force this week. The M .E. Ladles Aid will meet on Thursday afternoon with Mrs Glen Yahnke. Everyone Is cordially Invited. Mrs. Moulton and son, Mrs. L. W. Weimer, Mrs. Tlllmoney and Mrs. D. B. Mayer were shoppers at Algona Thursday. Mrs. George Lobb of Wlnnebago, Minnesota, spent several days last week here visiting her slater, Mrs. D. A. Carpenter. P&nton News: Fenton GM Married— The St. John's Lutheran chtrrch formed the setting for a very pretty wedding last week Tuesday, when Miss Malinda Nemitz became the bride of Hugo Mlttag. The young couple took their place at the altar as the wedding march- was played by Mr. Wltt- mus, the church organist. ReV. R. W. Kabelitz, the local pastor, read the Single. ring service. The bride was attired in a gown of white satin with ft wreath and tulle veil and carried pink roses. Esther Ohm, of Algona, was her bridesmaid, and she wore a light blue flat Crepe gown. About two hundred guests were invited to a reception following the cerethofty. The newly weds left for various points in Wisconsin for a honeymoon trip. They will go to farming near Lotts Creek in the spring. Miss Nemltz is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nemitz of this place and the groom is the soft of Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Mlttag of Lotts Creek. Both of these young people have been born and reared In this vicinity and their many friends wish them happy future. Recently Married- Word was received here of the recent marriage of Miss Blanche Plnne- stad, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lars Finnestad, who married Atte Sonstrom of Minneapolis. The wedding took place In Minneapolis where the bride has worked for the past several years. The young couple took a two weeks trip to Canada and also visited at the home of the bride's parents and other relatives here. The groom is in the Miss Mallnda La Cour of Des Molnes Is spending her two weeks' vacation here, visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. La Cour. . restaurant business in Minneapolis. Surprise Dinner- Mrs. John Meyers, who recently took treatment for cancer at Savannah, — ; And in the Morning Will It Start? Parking your car out in the weather during the winter is especially -harmful, and will do much in Drive in and have your oil changed. Crankcase flushed free. Have your points, plugs, radiator hose and fan belt -inspected before cold weather. We carry a complete line of storage batteries from $5.00 up. . ':'.- "•"'' ""'-" ' FAMOUS for EVERY TYPE of REPAIR and GARAGE SERVICE. Prom storage, to car repairing, washing, slmonizing, greasing, and oiling, and tire service, we are noted for our famous service and honesty. Let us take complete care of your car. ELBERT GARAGE South of Court House. Our Motto—"We Never Close." SPECIAL—A few good used cars at real Bargain Prices. Missouri, was given a surprise toy her Sunday School class. She was Invited to a seven o'clock dirmef at the John tilfer& home attd Hpoti arriving found hereslf the honof guest. The dinner was planned by the girls ana served cafeteria style. Other guests were the girls' parents. Mrs. Meyers was presented With a lovely vase as a remembrance from he^clast. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Brown of Gruver spent Sunday at the Earl Dean home. Mrs. 1». J. Weisbrod and daughter, Nettle were Fairmont visitors last BaV urday. , The 0. Q. Bailey family of Burt Were entertained Sunday at the home of Mrs. Bailey's brother, Webber Yeagef, Mr. and Mrt. H. Schuite drove to Oaylord, Minnesota, fof an over Bun* day Visit with Mrs. SChulte's parents'. Miss Alvlra Krause, music and English teacher at Garner spent the week end at the parental Gus Krause home. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Haase of Wool* stock, were Fenton visitors on Sunday. They were former residents of this place. Mr. and Mrs .Wllbert Holdbrf and family were guests Sunday at the home of the former's uncle, R. Froelieh In Ceylon. Lucille Zumach returned home from Waseca, Minnesota, last week Monday evening, where she has been employee in the canning factory. The Hodorf children were ill the flrd part of last week. Mary and Betty hac a siege of the Influenza and Harlan had an attack of appendicitis. Henry Kern of Tipton visited last Monday at the Earl Kern home. From here he went to Wadena, Minnesota, for a visit with other relatives. Mrs. Philip Weisbrod entertained a number of her friends last week Thursday at a quilting party. Refreshments were served during the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. George Rockwood and son, Roxy, of Worthington spent the week end at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Smith. The Goetsch Motor Company which has been the associate dealer for the Pontlac cars for the past two years has now taken over the Ford agency. Miss Romaine Stansberry, one of oui former teachers, now of Nashua, callec on friends here Saturday on her way to Ringsted to visit her sister, Mrs Art Rave. Mrs. Kate Newel and Hadley Balle; drove to Hartley Saturday for a visit at the home of Mrs. Newel's son, Lenoy, and family. They returned home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Wlddel of Made lia, Minnesota, visited with relatives here Sunday. Mrs. Widdel remained for "a more extended visit and Mr, Wld- del returned home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schmidt and son, Forrest, of Buffalo Center, spent Sunday afternoon and evening at the A. J. Krause home. Mr. Schmidt was a former employee in the Krause meat market here. with Mrs. HiSfesmp's sister, Mrs. Get*. §ageti, Who has been ill for sowe time. ¥hey Ms* vttifetf Ifl oalretipwt on thew "(Stfltt! trip. W. J. Weisbrod was a delegate to the M. E. conferWtee toHHgr fteld fit Storm take last weefc and on Saturday he and MM. Welsbfod and Mr. arid Mrs. Ed. SehM drovt there to atteftd the meetings. They returned horn® Bun* day. A- ftev. Snfdet of Belfnond hft? been assigned pastor fot Fenten and will Be here to take- charge of tha services stmirsy. HEWS, sesKsoaj^^ Mrs. Martin Elschfetf was at Omaha lost week attending the Erucharfstte congress, Mrs. William Mfller Of Gtittenberg 1 IS here visiting heY daughter, Mrs, Pete? "laagy Jf. Peter Haag, Jr., is sintering with blood poisoning In otie of his hands this week. Mrs. Ohm and her children are moving from Lotts Creek: tato the Mrs, Oasper Kenne house. Anthony Schmitt, Jr., who has been very 111 with an attack- of the flu, Is slighfiy Improved thfe week. Gtene Martini and Clayton Fish drov» to Mlwaukee and Racine, Wisconsin Saturday for a few days* visit Mrs. Win. Fish is entertaining the Ladies' Aid society of the Methodist church on Thursday afternoon of thl Week; Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Atchlson «nd son Dwlght, of Sioux City were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs; PhfUips of the Rite Way Grocery. Relatives have received word from from Joseph Goeders, who Is to California that he won hte second boxing bout since going west a few weeks ago A post nuptial shower was given a the-Archie Volght home a week ago honoring his sister, JttHa, whose marrl age to Arthur, Mathers of Rolfe took place recently. Miss Ruth Beal came from Rocheste last week for a visit with her aunt Mrs; C. L. CaVanaugh. Miss Beal to a graduate nurse of the St, Mary's hos pltal In Rochester. A representative of the Fairbanks Morse Company Is here this week from Omaha a-ssistlng In setting up the new machinery preparatory to changing the local light plant from direckcurrent to alternating. Miss Stella Elbert and three friend! from Sioux City were guests of Mr. anc Mrs. Phillips last week. Miss Elbert and Mrs. Phillips were classmates in the same nurses' training class in Slou> City a short while ago. Frank Spilles, Mrs. Kleinhofer an Mrs. Height came over from New Hampton Saturday for a visit with re latlves. Together with Mr. and Mrs John Spilles and Mr. and Mrs..Poiro they spent Sunday at TutUe Lake. Mi 1 , and Mrs. Jerry Sullivan and daughters, Katherine Nelly and Ger- aldlne of Armstrong were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Krebsbach Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Felder were also Sunday dinner guests at the Krebsbach Do You Know «ud 50c the pound. trHcts are i very good. Iten's "Cookies" and "Fairy Crackers' -and -Klenelieu;''' eeries can't be beat. Do you want Marshmallows for!8c thb-pound1 Bo you know that we sell more 49 and 241/2 flour a week now than weidfdkyeariagprt ? pp's "Best" and "I-H" and "Jersey./Cream."' taunedl ^ used to make. New Pancake flours are,also .invmT wheat or buckwheat, 35c aitd'408, "Iowa' wheat, 25c and 30c. Bdth in- 3%'-pmrfpackage*. Syrups, Apple Butter,'Bare 'All Fruit• Jams-and'.BfceaflBWffi imitations also) are hbre-fdr-your-inspectiom!. • I wwwv^^ and their guests were dinner guests- at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Dugan at Burt. SWEA CITY NEWS Miss Lucille Thomson spent Sunday with home folks. Miss FloEUa Overfield spent Sunday" with Miss Lucille Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Ray BloffijBtrom of East Chain were Sunday visitors at the 3d. Anderson home. Mrs. Fred Thlei of Alexandria,- South Dakota, spent the past week with' relatives in and around Swea City. Kenneth Thompson, who has -been-fl] Mrs; Boehme - has - spent • this greater part-of the-past two years-in-the-hospital ' at Iowa • City, undergoing two major operations.-Her many friends-are- very pleased "to notice the-roarked'im-- provement'itt- her- healthv Forty members of the Immanuel- choir enjoyed • a- "hard ' time" party • a* 1 the •Arthur • Holcomb' home recently. The guests were-all attired'inv'hard!-time 1 ." clothing.- The furniture was removed : and; oW5 benches- andj box«s- com? posed; tlte< mato flirrrisbfngs. Lunch consisted' of braadl and: sorghum. Parlor: games: and; stunts; were enjoyed. Pftst LutBceran Church. Homa Circle' sodety wlU meet ! J.ilv: XlUIllw. VUU.V.4G- gi n**iuj »,•»• UAW..W :at-Lutner HattoirFriidSy at eight p. m: iMrs; Harry Spmgbers and Miss Ber-« tha- Johnson- will be hostesses. . ' '• Far-Sunday—Sunday School',at, ten o"eBx:k and! wening- service at seVen- H^ Qtesoo. pastor. ' Your Garments Your clothing' must look fresh, new, young, if you arc to be a success in business or the social world. Let us help you to keep your clothing young. We alter, repair, reline Ladies' and Men's garments; clean rugs, drapes, curtains. You should try our hat cleaning and reshaping. Ladies' hats 50c to 75c, men's hats 85c to $1.00. Call 330. 'Wo call for and deliver to your door on a hangar in a dustproof bag. Delivery Service and Branches in 21 Towns. ELK CLEANERS N" W. Iowa's Largest und Finest Cleaners Since 190~9. Mrs. ArH7^ausT J penael''tiie for ty-nlnth wedding anniversary of Mrs. Bailey and Mrs. Krause's parents, Mi'. and Mrs. Frank Gappa, at Whltte- more last Thursday evening. . Mesdames E. A. and E. C. WeisWrod, Emma Curry and Henry Boevers attended a quilting party at the home of Mrs. Mike Weisbrod last Friday afternoon. A delicious two course luncheon, was served about five-thirty. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Meyers and Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Stephenson and daughter Margaret attended the conference sessions at Storm Lake Sunday They especially enjoyed the address given by Dr. Wilson of Washington, D. C., in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Newel went to housekeeping In the Dempsey cottage last Tuesday and they entertained the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Newel at a six o'clock dinner that evening. The occasion was also Freds birthday. The C H. Theesfeld family recent ly moved to Fenton and Mrs. Theesfeld has opened a beauty shop over the H. Schuite barber shop. Mrs. Theesfeld was before her marriage Miss Ella Krueger and ran a beauty parlor here at that time. Mr and Mrs. Lars Finnestad have been enjoying a visit from the former's brother, Alfred of DeKalb, Illinois, and his brother, Herman, of Boone and hi* sister, Mrs. Sena Flnneo of Chicago. These brothers and their sister had not met for many years. Miss Virginia Huskamp drove to Des Molnes last Thursday. Her mother, Mrs. E. A. Huskamp who has been visiting there the past week or more, also her sister, Mrs. Wesley Witter, returned home with her. Mrs. Witter and baby will make an extended visit. Miss Lillian Rasmussen and Mias Marjorle Klelnhexal, two of the local teachers, spent from Saturday until Monday at the home of the former's sister in, Mankato, Miss Martha Gilbert, the music and English instructor visited her mother at Garner during the week end. The Woman's Foreign Missionary society will meet this week Thursday afternoon at the M. E. church parlor. The hostesses wiU_be Mrs. C. F. Ruske and Mrs. Elmer Weisbrod. The St. John's Lutheran Aid will also meet the same afternoon at the Lutheran basement. The hostess wil be Mrs. William Mueller. The P. H. Jensen building which Is partly occupied by the Story City Produce Company, is being repaired. The front half of the south wall was torn away and replaced with clay blocks. Some repair work was also done on the roof. The Modern Builders and R. L. Padgett and his crew are doing the work. Miss Florence Weisbrod, principal of the Junior high school at Sheldon is spending a short period of vacation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Weisttrod. They have had several cases of Infantile paralysis there and the school board thought of closing the school temporarily to lessen the spread of the disease. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Huskamp returned home last Thursday evening. They took their son, LeRoy to Notre Dame, Indiana, where he will enter his second year of college. From there they went to JerseyvUle, Illinois, to visit Cap, left for Des Molnes where they will make their home. The mother, Mrs. Casper Kenne, went to Des Moines early in the summer and Is living with her son Herman. • ; John Drew "Was at Fort Dodge Saturday going throflgh a clinic. Mr. Drew was Injured In the head In an automobile collision two months ago and .has not yet been able to leave the house. An insurance adjuster accompanied Mr. Drew to Fort Dodge. A mission was opened Sunday at St. Michael's patholic church by the Rev. Fathers Charles Cassidy and Roland Maher, two Passionist missionaries of Chicago. The services are being held in the morning and evening of every day and will close Sunday evening. Mrs. Bertha Bowers-Skow and _ group of Emmetsburg ladies attended the Methodist conference at Storm Lake last week, and met Rev. and Mrs. Geddy of Radcliffe. Rev. Oeddy had charge of the Whittemorft Methodist church for some time a ft** years ago. Mrs. James Kelso Is e&*ertalning her two sisters, Miss JosepWfte- Behrends of Chicago and Mrs. Etfi. Peters of Davenport and a broOie*, Richard Behrends. On Sunday Mr, and Mrs. Kelso Mr. and Mrs. Arthur ' Benson of- Brainerd, Minnesota, who have-spent the past week with relatives here, returned to their home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Carlson - were Sunday visitors at Fort-Dodge. They were accompanied by Mr.-and-Mrs.- A\ H, Hundeby and Mrs. Faye Boehme. Miss Susie Uhr is assisting at the E. L. Hanson store, while Mr. Hanson. Is enjoying a week's-vacation, fishinf in northern Minnesota. He was ac-. companied by Sam* Kethershaw- andf Buell Johnson. The young married woman's- Bible class of the Baptist church entertain ed the young woman's class at- BT party on Friday evening-. This was the> follow-up of a contest In which.the>mar-, ried women w«fr the- losere* The Amerl<#n Legion- Auxiliary are sponsoring % benefit luncheost which will be served at the old Fanners' Bank building oft Saturday night. Thelsen.. berg trip will furnish several song- numbers tfso a "Yo-Yo" coutest wUl be put on a* a special publicity- feature. Mrs. laye Boehme of Fort Dodge, combined- business with pleasure and spent %e past week wttb, friends, h$re. MADE A ^ IN OOALAT ESJWRTON^SOH I >i^^jB^^,^^WVir.ffS/Tsnr^rvyii^N'^vyT^yvTv^vTv T » •• • »--T"-'- --•»•..--- • ,,.--'Something New to Save YourJGears This new invention actually flashes 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. 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