The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 8, 1930 · Page 7
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The tipper Des Moines-Republican, October 8,1930 Ed. Droessled of Bancroft was in Algona on business yesterday . William Ladendorf, the Burt automobile man, was calling on Algona friends Tuesday. Carl Ebert, who resides near Whittemore, was a business visitor in Algona yesterday. Joseph Banwart and son from near West Bend were transacting business in Algona yesterday Mrs. D. W. Egland, wife of the popular barber, arrived from a visit with her parents the past week. County Auditor Bertha Johnson returned the middle of week from Cedar Rapids where she visited her sister. C. R. LaBarre went to Freeport, Illinois, Tuesday on business. He expects to be back today or tomorrow. E. P. Fuller arrived home Friday from Jessup, where he was called to attend the funeral of his brother's wife. . .. Mrs._H. W. Heidkle bf Kansas City spent Friday and part.,of Saturday at the home of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. A. L. Webster. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Arndorfer are the parents of a fine baby girl born Monday night. The Arndorfers live near Corwlth. Calvin, the young son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wadleigh of LuVerne, had his elbow fractured one day last week while playing at school. Mrs. Elsie Cady and Miss Evelyn Oady arrived home Thursday from Iowa City. Miss Cady will return later for further examinations. 1 Ella Lewis was home from Des Moines where she Us a f>tudenjt at Drake University for a week end visit with her mother, Mrs. H. A. Lewis. Mrs. Rosa Donahoo of Wagnfer, South Dakota, and her sister, Mrs. Mary Norton of Sioux Falls, South' Dakota, came Monday to attend the Catholic Jubilee. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vera have com- pleted'an apartment on the third floor of their apartment house, the former H. C. Adams home and will occupy it themselves. A flre was narrowly averted at the M. & M.' Sandwich Shqp Monday morning when a coffee urn blew up. Fortunately no damage was done except to the urn. Mrs. Troy Holt was called to Fort Dodge Monday because of the critical illnetis of her father. He had undergone a serjous operation and was not rallying as well as was expected. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Brown are the parents of a baby girl born Monday evening at the Algona hospital. This Is their first child. Mrs. Brown will be remembered as Miss Florence Laabs. Doris Long, daughter of-Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Long, who is a sophomore at Gflhnell College, has been elected as treasurer of Cottage Three, one of the houses in which the Grlnnell girls live. Henry Clement of Bancroft was a caller in Algoua yesterday. He reports • Mrs. Clement as not well, having suffered a light stroke. She is able to be up and is compelled to walk with a cane. Mr. and Mrs. N. V. Lowe and Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Beguhn, Firestone salesman in this district, plan to attend the Stanford-Minnesota game at Minneapolis Saturday. A happy and prosperous farm home on every farm is the object of the Kossuth county farm bureau. Make the week of October 6 to 11 a real "Grow and Gain Week" by Joining the farm bureau. 17 Paul Geilenfeld, who' is attending Iowa State College and Jack Hilton and Kyle Keith -who are at Coe, spent the week end at the parental homes in Algona and took in the high school football game .Saturday. County Attorney and Mrs. O. D. Shumway, H. W. Miller and Ed. Kelley of EmmetsbUfg are planning to leave Friday for Minneapolis where they will attend the Stanford-Minnesota game which will be played Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Fuller are planning to leave "quite soon for San Diego, California, their home. They have been in Iowa the past several months except for a few weeks' visit with relatives in southern Iowa and various points in Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. Marc Moore are moving to Mason City soon. Mr. Moore has accepted the agency for a popular company that' deals in culinary supplies. The many friends are sorry to have them leave, but wish them success in their new location. Mabel Roupe was hom e over the week end from Minneapolis where she is employed by the Jefferson Transportation Company. She 'was formerly employed at Mason City with the Reel Ball Company until it was purchased by the'Jefferson Company. E. P. Ryan of Fort Dodge is assisting Helmer Bjelland in the Hartshorn barber shop until : Dr. Sawyer is abla to dispose of his interest in the shop; The doctor lias an ad for the disposal of the shop in this week's edition of the Upper Des Moines-Republican. Mr. and Mrs. C.'F. Specht went to Springville last Friday to spend a week with their daughter, Elsie, and Mr. and Mrs. Hoorneman. Elsie teaches in the Springville school and Mr. Hoorneman Is the superintendent. Mrs. Hoorneman w'as formerly Emma Specht. Mr. and Mrs.' A. L. Button returned from a trip to the southern part of the state the latter part of the week. Mr. Button reports that crops, especially the. corn Is of a much better quality-in Kossuth and nearby counties. Mr. Button is an experienced farmer. Marriage licenses were issued to Hick Klein of Watkins, Minnesota, and Mary Hilbert of Livermore; Joseph Wasson of Des Moines and Cecelia Ftichsen of Whitteinore; John Hunt of Hampton and Maggie Wiley of Algona; Edwin Marty and Evelyn Kubly, both of Corwith. Bernard Green expects to leave next week for Worthlngton, Minnesota, where he will be day clerk in the Hotel Thompson. He was employed there previously but left to go out .west for a time. He has been visiting his mother, Mrs. George Wilson, for the past few weeks. . .; . Give This Perpetual Gift To Your Friends Photographs are certain not to be duplicated gifts, and no matter how many dozens of'Christmas presents your friends receive^ you may rest assured that your photograph will be an exclusive gift. Not too much tune left for having your pictures taken. Let us arrange a sitting by phone today for the near future. Peterson's Studio Phone 34-W. Barber Shop for Sale Due to the fact that I have taken over the Hartshorn Barber Shop I wish to sell the same and am willing to take a substantial reduction from the amount I have invested. If interested call at my office. , F, E, SAWYER, yyy^y||jj^yyy^ Will Peters was down from Burt on business last Wednesday. Frank Mulligan was down from Bancroft on business Monday. George Carrol was down from Burt Thursday visiting with old friends. Dr. Lawrence Mosbach was up from Humboldt Sunday visiting with Algona friends. O. D. Welhousen, one of Titonka's leading farmers, was in Algona on business Monday. O. R. Brundage of Waterloo was a guest Sunday at the home of his brother, G. D. Brundage. E. P. Fuller, who has been here for several months, expects to return to California next week. Dg White, who now resides on his farm south of Burt was In the city on business Saturday. Mrs. William Berry of Wlnnebago, Minnesota, visited her sister, Mrs.. Backus, several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Kllebensteln of Klng- sley spent Sunday at the home of their daughter, Mrs. D. R. Steele. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Wadsworth returned last week from their trip and visit hi Wisconsin and Illinois. Dolph Mlsbach, the Fairmont, Mln- hesota, clothier, Is spending several days this week with his brother, Joe Charles Barrlckman was absent from his duties at the Algona creamery a few days last week because of the flu. Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Olson and family of Pocahontas were visitors at the Vlgurs home Sunday. The ladles are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Helberg and two children spent Sunday at Sheldahl visiting their parents and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Williams and son, Robert, spent Sunday in Mason City visiting at the home of Mr. Will- lams' parents. . James Gilbert spent Sunday at Garr ner visiting at the home of his mother. Mr. Gilbert is employed at the Helberg Garage. Emmet Barron of Des Moines spent some time Thursday hi Algona. He was on his way to Chicago and South Bend, Indiana. J. A. Brownell arrived home Friday morning from California, where he had spent several months at Redding with tils son, Clarence. Mr. and Mrs. S. R, Morse of River Falls, Wisconsin, spent the week end at the E. W. Hansen home. Mrs. Morse is a sister of'Mr. Hansen. A. J. Rohe, of Cherokee, was a business visitor in Algona the first part of the week. Art is in the insurance game in Cherokee and is making good. Sam Bloom of Mason City was in Algona the first of the week visiting at the homes of his sons, Joe and Al, and looking after business matters. Messrs. W. C. Danson, Paul Danson, W. S. Windell and William Shirley spent last Wednesday fishing at Lake Okoboji. They reported a fair catch. Miss Bernlce Stock, who teaches physical training In the Eagle Grove high schools, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Stock. Miss Fern Kerr and Mr. and Mrs. Morlng of Hampton were week end guests of Miss Bernice Kerr, who is the new clerk at the Chriscshilles & Herbst store. Mr. andl Mrs. H. A. Berg are moving to Algona from Minneapolis." Mr. Berg is a salesman for the Shellane natural gas, a product of toe Shell Petroleum Company. \*P. P. Zerfass and L. C. Hansen drove to Madison, Wisconsin, last Friday to visit with Mr. Zerfass' daughter, Janet, who is attending school there. They came back Monday. L. E. Linnan and Mrs. J. W. Sullivan drove to Des Moines Sunday where Mr. Linnan attended to some business and Mrs. Sullivan visited relatives. They returned home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. H. Pierce Wltmer, the former's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Witmer, and Dell Gilfallen, all of Des Moines, were week end guests of Mrs. Witmer's father, E. W. Lusby. Some thief-broke into Fred Anderson & Son's grain office Sunday and stole a sheep-lined coat belonging to Homer. A careful search of the jungles failed to find the coat. C. M. Doxsee of California, a former Algonai hardware man, was calling on Algona friends last week. Mr. and Mrs. Doxsee own a faton just west of Algona, one of the Ingham farms. Clayton Sutherland who is now the coach of the Mason City high school football team, was in Algona Saturday scouting the local boys. His many friends here were glad to see him. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Elbert of Whittemore have rented the Wm. Scull house .in the northeast part pf town and will move to Algona. Mr. Elbert is employed at the Algona Auto Market. Mrs. T. F. O'Halr.j. Jr., and little daughter, Ann, left Saturday for their home in Washin«w>:i, D. O., after a visit of several months at the home the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rlst. ' • Donald Cronan came from Elgin, II llnols, last Thursday and resumed his duties in the Borchardt drug store. Donald has been attending a watchmakers' school there. He will take up his studies again later in the year. Leslie Samp, who has been employed with the Esthe.rville Drug Company, since his graduation in June, spent Saturday in Algona visiting his mother, Mrs .A. E. Samp. He also attended the Esthervllle-Algona football game. Mr. and Mrs. John Slaba and baby daughter of Buffalo Center were guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Seeley. Mrs. Slaba was Miss Minnie Barnes before her marriage and taught in the Algona schools at one time. Bowl for HEALTH HUB Recreation Parlor Algona* Iowa Al Falkenhainer left yesterday for n business trip in southern Iowa. He is expected home Saturday. John Witte of St. Benedict, entered Mercy hospital, at Mason City Monday for medical treatment. Mrs. Fred Bartholomew and Mrs, Maurice Bartholomew drove to Port Dodge Wednesday and spent the day. Rev. and Mrs. C. E. Olsson spent Monday and Tuesday at Marcus and Cherokee attending a Lutheran meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Oreenberg and children, Harry and Isabel, observed Yom Kippur in Fort Dodge last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Hohn of Ringsted and Mr. and Mrs. W. Hohn were guests at the Wilbur Zeigler home on Sunday. Mrs. Oliver Moe went to Forest City last week for a visit of several days at the home of her brother, Adolph Groves. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Porter of White Bear Lake, Minnesota, spent Saturday and Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. P. A. Danson. Miss Agnes Meuhe of Wesley was operated on at the Kossuth hospital for appendiclts and Mrs. W. Alderson of Cylinder, for hernia. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Stewart of Yank T ton, South Dakota, visited over the week end at the home of Mrs. Stewart's mother, Mrs. B, F. Reed. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. White drove to Fort Dodg e Sunday where they met a number of relatives from Perry and enjoyed a family picnic together. Two baby girls were born at the Kossuth hospital yetserday, one to Mr. and Mrs. Win. Brophy of Kanawha and one to Mr. and Mrs. Howard Platt of Algona. Dr. and Mrs. W. D. Andrews came home Sunday from Klrksville, Missouri. Mrs. Andrews had been visiting her parents for several weeks The doctor went after her Friday. Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Trlbon came home last week from Mountain, Wisconsin, where they had been visitln? their daughter, Mrs. Herman Leeftink, and the new granddaughter for several weeks. Mrs. D. H. Goeders and daughter, Jeannette, Harold Falkenhainer and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Murtagh attended the play "Strictly Dishonorable", which was given at Fort Dodge Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. White and Miss Inez Potter went to Des Moines Sunday. The ladles, who are employed In the Rexall drug store here, attended a Rexall convention. They returned home Tuesday. The Helping Hand society of the Presbyterian church have extended a vote of thanks to Messrs. Killian and Muckey of the Pee Wee golf course for their generous donation of provisions for their stand at the county fair. Mrs. George Elvidge of Perry and Helen and Jane Lease of California, 'who are visiting their aunt, Mrs. Hub Shiveley at Perry, spent Friday and Saturday at the home of Mrs. Elvidge s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Herman. The district American Legion and American Legion Auxiliary will meet October 22, at the Legion hall. There will be a banquet served to the Legion - aires and Auxiliary that night at the I. O. O. F. Hall by the Royal Neighbors. • bhl!>« 1 Mrs. Mary Tucker of Kansas City, came last week for a week's visit with her brothers, F. H. and R, M. Shackelford of Algona and William Shackel- fbrd of Burt. This is the first time she has seen them in nearly twenty- flve years. T. P. Harrington was brought home from the Mason City hospital last Sunday and is now able to be at his law office. Mr. Harrington suffered a severe hemmorhage of the nose some time ago and was at Mason City for treatment and observation. Mi?, and Mrs. George Boevers of Mason City were in Algona Wednesday calling on old friends and looking after business matters. The Boevers would like to move to Algona in the spring if they can make an arrangement about their home in Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Wadsworth and Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Dalziel came home Saturday from Wisconsin and Illinois, where they had visited relatives for about two weeks. The Wads- worths, visited at Union, Grove, Wisconsin, and Mrs. Dalziel spent most of her time at Gurnee, Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Stickler and Miss Grace Doak of Eldora were guests on Sunday and Monday at the home of their niece, 'Mrs. R. W. Caldwell. Mrs. Stickler and Miss Doak are sisters of Mrs. Caldwell's father, E. O. Doak, who came here about three weeks ago to make his home for the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fisher and Mrs. Fisher's son, Ralph. Ward, came home last Thursday morning from Cass Lake where they had spent about ten days on a fishing trip. They had a nice outing and caught their limit of flsh. Ralph has been suffering with a bad case of bolls for the past few weeks. Hugh Waterhouse of Pasadena, California, was in Algona about ten days ago visiting at the R. A. Palmer home and calling on old friends. He is a son of the late Fred Waterhouse. He and his wife have been visiting her parents at Shenandoah. Mr. Waterhouse returned to Shenandoah from here. A former Algona man was honored this week at the national encampment of the American Legion being held this week In Boston. Ralph Laird, who for a number of years has been state adjutant of the Iowa Legionaires, was given an important assignment as chairman of the convention rehabilitation committee. Captain Laird, who has a creditable record In France, stands high in the Legion's affairs. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Mathes and their children came Sunday from their home in Fort Dodge for a visit at the home of Mrs. Mathes' mother, Mrs. S. B. French, and with other relatives. Lyle returned to Fort Dodge but Mrs. Mathes remained for a longer visit. Mrs. French will leave the last of the week for Sioux City where she will visit her sister for a few days. She will return to Algona for a brief stay before she leaves for California to spend the winter. Episcopal Church. There will a celebration of the Holy Communion and sermon by the Rev. Jesse D. Griffith of Des Moines on Sunday, October X6th, at eleven o'clock in St. Thomas Episcopal church. Bishop Longley will make his annual visitation in Algona and will hold a confirmation service 1» St. Thomas church October 20 at eight o'clock In the evening, All are cordially invited to both of these services, Kwxtor»w^oxscto:o:o:w:^ The One Coat You Need An An Ekcomoor is the one coat that will answer your style as well as your utility needs. Pure wool fabrics to resist wrinkles, dust and moisture. Staunch tailoring to resist hard wear. Irresistible styles to please your fashion eye. Luxurious trimmings of the smartest new furs. You NEED an Ekcomoor! oftftisbion Challenges Jensen to Debate Issues. To the voters of Kossuth county: I have stated my position on timely questions and have also Invited my opponent, Mr. Jensen, to Jointly discuss the Issues in debate or through the columns of the press, but up to the present I have had no response. My position was stated early purposely in order that there would be ample time for honest discussion and also to give the voters an opportunity to judge intelligently the qualifications of the contending parties. It is a duty of candidates who aspire to become public servants to keep the public 'informed as to their attitude on questions that are vital to the people of the state and this particular case is no exception. The people of Kossuth county are entitled to know Mr. Jensen's position on Issues set forth in my declaration of principles and especially are they anxious to know just how he justifies his actions relative to the "Salary Grab." As I have stated in the beginning my part of this campaign will be played in the open and above board and I sincerely hope that my opponent and those who are in sympathy with him will have the courage to do likewise. Let anyone who has anything to say concerning me or my platform speak up now, or forever hold their peace. Resorting to a whispering campaign or waiting until the last issues of the press before the election and then coming out with a pile of political bunk is unfair, unsportsmanlike and unmanly. Tactics of this-nature deprive the opposing candidate of an opportunity for a rebuttal and are no more honorable than sneaking up to an opponent and striking him when his back is turned. We asraln invite Mr. Jensen to state his position on the platform or through the press.—A. H. Bonnstetter. Wesley Aviator Sold One Plane Wesley News-World: A deal was made last week whereby Willie Titus, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Titus of Algona, became the owner of the Eagle Rock biplane owned by J. A. Hauptmann. The plane will be housed in the Hauptmann hangar here until a hangar is erected on the Algona airport. Mr. Titus, who manages the service station on the paved road leading east out of Algona together with his father, has completed a course in airplane flying from the airport at Grand Forks, North Dakota, having received his pilot's license some time ago. This leaves but one plane, a Curtis Robin cabin, still in the possession of Francis Hauptmann. Church Dedication Held at Klemme. Wesley, October 7. Special: A large crowd attended the dedication Sunday of the new $25,000.00 church at Klemme which has been erected by the M. E, congregation of which Rev. H. E. Whyte, former Wesley pastor, is at the head. The day was featured as a big homecoming and rally day. Rev. Mossman of Mornlngslde College delivered the sermon in the morning after which dinner was served in the church basement to nine hundred persons. Tables were filled four times to accommodate the people who had come, for the ser- aices. In the afternoon, Rev. William H. Spence of Mason City delivered a lecture. Musical numbers by a large choir, and a male quartette, were enjoyed as was a violin solo rendered during the program. The dedication proper took place in the evening with Dr. Lease as the principal speaker. The building Is of brick construction and will seat more than five hundred people, j'irmii) Dr. M. J. Keneficic attended the \ustln-Fl)nt Medical meeting at Charles City Tuesday. Algona Business Houses Entered. Three ' Algona business houses were broken Into Saturday night or- 5 early Sunday morning and the robfclrs left no trace: At the McCHnnia filling station on the Diagonal street, the thieves broke open a window and ,got 'In but when they tried, the, cash .drawer the guard bell started; to: ring and they became alarmed and ran (.without obtaining any money. Nothing else was disturbed. nt^ e f? al ? a? lce of ^^ Anderson at the M. & St. L. yards was entered and an overcoat taken. From there the culprits went to the Rising grain office and stole a fountain pen. It would seem that the culprits took a big risk for the little Ippt If they are apprehended. '* ®V®!X&mxX^^ FOR SERVICE ' '•'•<••• • ..!'•:. Send us Your— " > Golf To jy s We'll Help Improve I Your..Q*me^ ; '\ ' ; Lot us Restore'ydur •' HATS! y .; GLOVES! FUR PIECES! to their original beauty. Modern Dry Cleaners Phone 537. WE THANK YOU We have a lot of friends to thank. 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