The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 15, 1930 · Page 3
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The Upper Des Moines-Republican, October 15, 1930 WHITTEMORE NEWS. ly&xxa&vv&iy^^ Bob Green of Oakland is the new cierk at the Zumach meat shop. Leo Dogotch fractured his wrist whil playing at school one day last week. Cecelia Besch fractured her arn while cranking the family car las week. Mr. and Mr. Ellery Pearce were a Rochester last week. Mr. Pearce wen up to the hospital for an examination The ladles of the Rosary society ar sponsoring their first card party of th season on Wednesday evening of thl week. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Elbert mov ed to Algona Monday where Mr. Elber will be employed in the Algona Auto Market. Mrs. Peter Haag, Sr,. and son, Henry and Mrs. Frank'Ludwig drove to Hollandale, Minnesota, Friday and vls*t<?d until Tuesday. The pupils of the public high schoo are giving trie play, "Watch Your Step Uncle" on Thursday, October 18 at the academy auditorium. Miss Zita McDonnell writes that her grandfather, Martin King/had been very low and was not expected to live ' but is now a little improved Mr. and Mrs. Peter Elbert, Minnie Elbert, Mrs. Leo Elbert, Mrs. Bert Fuchsen and daughter, Mildred, were Mason City visitors Saturday. Joseph Priester fractured his nee one day last week when he fell from a ladder that slipped out from under him while hanging up seeding corn. The little seven year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kollasch underwent an operation for a ruptured appendix at the McCreery hospital Sunday. Mrs. William Kollasch and her mother, Mrs. Shackelford, returned to their home in Jamestown, North Dakota, after a few weeks' visit here with relatives. Joseph Leybach and son, Leonard, returned home the last of the week from the hospital at Rochester. While there Leonard submitted to a tonsil operation. Mrs. Larry Doyle and son, Lawrence •visited last week at Clare and Pioneer •with relatives. Lawrence returned to Pioneer Tuesday where he will work for some time. Henry Priester and Mr. and Mrs. Christensen of Sleepy Eye, Minnesota visited hi Whittemore. Augusta Priester returned to Sleepy Eye with her brother, Henry, where she will remain for a few weeks. Rev. and Mrs. R. V. Hotchkiss were at Fostoria Friday evening attending a farewell party which was given in their honor. Rev. Hotchkiss was pastor of the M. E. church at Fostoria The junior class, under the direction of Miss Marion Thurn, have began rehearsing their play, entitled "Sunny Jane." Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Schiltz spent Sunday at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Elbert, at Algona. Mrs. Henry Ross and sons, Raymond and Clarence of Almina, Wisconsin, arrived the latter part of the week for a visit. Joe Helinsky returned home from before being assigned to the M. E. church at Whittemore. . Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Paradise and daughter, Mrs. Wes Neiderschulte of Mexico, Missouri, came Thursday for a .visit at the" home of Mr. arid Mrs. Joseph Walters. Mr. Paradise is a brother of Mrs. Walters. The visitors returned to their home Monday. The new engine for the electric light plant ha s arrived and the foundation Is being built. The wires (are being changed and the work of changing from direct to alternating current is being rushed. The fifty horsepower engine has been moved and the new engine will be 120 horsepower, John Wilson met with an accident a mile north of town Monday afternoon. He was coming from the east and was was leaving the pavement to turn south when a car came from the rear and attempted pass. Wilson's car had •a wheel torn off and the other car liad the fender and running board .ttaken off. 1 Miss Susan Goeders returned to Whlttemore Sunday evening. She had •been at Algona attending a birthday party given for her uncle, Theodore Goeders at his home. There were twenty-five relatives preset* 'at the dinnr including Mr. and Mrs. Nick Goeders and family of Emmetsburg; Mr and Mrs. John Capesius Mr. and Mrs John Goeders, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Goeders and Mr. and Mrs. Julius Capesius. BANCROFT NEWS. Miss Ada Beltz spent a few days at Algona with friends last week. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Bruer spent Saturday with relatives at Hartley. p. X. Deitering and son, Cyril, left Thursday for .Davenport for a visit. Miss Georgia Carmean spent the week end with friends in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Schneider and son, Joseph left Friday for Dyersville, for a visit. Mrs. M. J. Dyer left Saturday for Milwaukee, where she will visit with her daughter. Harold Pohlman spent the week end at Cedar Palls, where he attended the homecoming. Dr. and Mrs. E. A. Howe were dinner guests at the Prank Bennet home at Burt Sunday. Mrs. John Williams left Thursday for Sioux City for a visit with her sister, Mrs. J. H. Lynch. . Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Schiltz drove to Mankato Monday where they attended to business matters. Rev Charles Bryden and Olaf Olson attended the State Baptist convention at Mason City Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Richardson and family of Algona spent Wednesday at the Dr. E. A. Howe home. Mrs. Charles Reaper and daughter of Algona spent a few days last week at the F. R. Hunt home. Mr and Mrs. J. H. Menke spent Thursday at Marathon where Mr. Menke looked after his farm. Miss Orvllla Gllbertson, who has been at Iowa City the past week, returned home the first of the week. Mrs. Ringsdorf, Sr of Burt is visiting with her daughter-in-law, Mro. Myrtle Ringsdorf this week. Mrs Jacob Grathan and children of Mallard spent last Wednesday at the G D Hart and John Williams homes Kenneth Howe of Buffalo Center spent Wednesday evening with hit, grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. E. A. Howe, Lake Keronis, Minnesota, Surtday, where he spent the past week on a fishing trip. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Lynch and children of Fairmont spent Thursday at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John fremmers. Mrs. Harry Hiltz and son, Charles and Arnold Deitering left last week for Burlington for a visit with their sister, Mrs. Ed. Kelso. The Misses Doris Pearson and Julia Vaske, who are attending commercial college at Mankato, spent the week end at their respective homes. Mr. and Mrs. _Leo Sankey and Hazel Sankey returned home from Princeton, Illinois .where they spent the past week with relatives. The H. H. Key family have moved to Ai&ona where Mr. Key has a position in a .garage. He was formerly employed in the Deitering garage here. Mrs. Bridget Quinn and son, Jay, and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Burns of Emmetsburg spent the past week visiting with relatives and friends in South Dakota. Mrs. Myrtle Rinptsdorf and sons Robert and Clifford spent Sunday at Buffalo Center. The former's mother, Mrs. Inman, returned with them for~ a visit. The farm bureau met at the Thomas CoRley farm Saturday at eleven o'clock. !. L. Pitch, secretary of the Iowa Fruit & Vegetable Growers' association, gave short talk. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Golner of Mena- ha, Wisconsin, are visiting at the home the latter's mother, Mrs. Lena Myers. Mrs. Golner will be better remembered as Agnes Meyers. The Women's Catholic Order of For- isters held a meeting Thursday night .t the C. O. F. hall. Five hundred was jlayed. Katherine Flannery won the ligh score and Adelia Vaske the cut rize> Mrs. Joe Vaske and s6n, Ed., Mrs. Id. Schemmel and Mrs. Henry Ross nd son of Almina, Wisconsin, left Saturday for Groton, South Dakota, vhere they attended the funeral of heir sister-in-law, Mrs. Clem Froeh- Mlss Marie Richter who attended chool here for a time and who is now aking nurses' training at St. Joseph's ospltal at Fort Dodge, had an opera- ion for mastold last week Saturday, he has so far recovered at this writ- ng that she is able to resume her raining. Members of the farm bureau of ^ WEST BEND NEWS. Greenwood and Ramsey townships held their annual meeting at the public school Thusrday evening. J. H. Schroed- *r, of Arcadia, who has been working with farm organizations for the past ten years, gave a short talk and E. R. Morrison, county agent, discussed the 1931 program. W. D. Lattimer of Rockwell, Frank Lattimer of St. Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Foley of Campus, Illinois, and Mr. and Mrs. William Cook of Burlington arrived Sunday, having been called here by the serious illness of their sister, Mis. W. E. Quinn. It was deemed advisable Monday to take her to the hospital at Rochester. The Ladies' Aid society is meeting to day v/ith Mrs. Robert Runchey. Clarence Woods returned Saturday after a ten days' fishing in Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Clayton and daughters were Sunday visitors at ths F. L. Miller home. Mrs. Henry Grant Of Elgin, Illinois, and Mrs. Mary Runchey of Algona spent Saturday at the Robert Runchey home. W. H. Brandow of Chapin has be;un the basement for a new residence on his farm here. McMurrays have the contract. Arthur Wildin and James Hood of Waconda, South Dakota, were visitors from Friday to Tuesday at the Lewis Wildin home. Mr. and Mrs. Win. McDonald and son, Wm. Gordon and Mrs. Humming of Des Moines were guests Saturday night and Sunday at the E. C. Potter home. Mrs. Charles Runchey came home last week Tuesday night from the Algona hospital. She is able to be up and about, recovering from her recent auto accident. Mrs. Martha Potter and grandson, Owight Potter motored to Charles City Friday morning, visiting at the home of the former's daughter, Mrs. Alta Stiles and sons, and returning home on Sunday evening: Charles Lindhorst, student at Iowa State College at Ames, came home on Friday evening. Clifford Worster, a student at Drajce University, of Des Vtoines, accompanied him, visiting until Sunday evening. On October 1, Mrs. Lewis Wildin and children,, George, Loulis, and Wilma left in their car for a visit With relatives at Alliance, Nebraska, Akron, Colorado, and Storm Lake, the Castle Rocks at Bridgeport, tjebraska, the Adams Brothers' eleven-section ranch it Odeboldt, Iowa. They reached home Thursday evening. Victoria, the daughter of Mr. and Vtrs. John Weise, residing on the C. W. Rutle'dge farm and Carl Olson of Minneapolis were married September 22 by the Rev. Father Davern and left to visit relatives in Minneapolis and northern Minnesota. They reached home Monday evening and will reside with the bride's parents until March 1, and will then go to housekeeping on the Smith farm south of Lone Rock. The Weises will move to the N. L. Cotton farm. Twelve members from the Mothers and Daughters club and one guest en-, joyed the county federation meeting at the Country Club last week Tuesday. The president, Mrs. O. 8. Moore and Mrs. W. L. Martin, executive committee, attended the business meeting. Mrs. Thea Huldeman had charge of the play, the "Marryin' of Isabelle." Mrs. E. C.' Potter was on the reception committee, Mrs. F. L. Miller on the decorating committee, Mesdames M. L. Dutton and Fred Parks, dlningr room, Mrs. F. L. Zeigler and Mrs. Wm. R.un- chey, kitchen. Miss Adeline Halverson spent Sunday at her home at Fertile. Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Weber spent Sunday at Omaha visiting relatives. Miss Kuckenbecker Attended a football game In Minneapolis Saturday. Mrs. M. T. Munson has been very ill the past few days. She is better at this writing. Rev. English of Algona was a ca'l- er at th« William Riley home Monday evening. R. M. McFarland is very ill at his home here. His condition is not as good as hoped for. Mrs. C. C. Miller and Mrs. George Watson attended the church meeting at Rolfe Saturday. Rev. Zimmerman drove to Rodman Sunday evening, where he held his usual Sunday service. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jolliffe of near Mallard spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Alice Pease. A number of Royal Neighbors attended the lodge meeting in Algona- on Thursday afternoon and evening. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Boos and their daughter, Lorraine, spent Sunday at the A. D. Cleal home near Rolfe. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wirtz and daugh ter, Jean, were callers Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. H. A. Sloan Mrs. Lawrence Moore and children of LaPorte City spent the week end at the home of her father, Prank Minger. Mrs. Kongsbach and son Quentin and Mrs. E. E. Zimmerman attended the church meeting at Rolfe Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Scurr and Mrs. Myron Boos drove to Des Moines Saturday on business, returning home the same day. MU. and Mrs. William Riley and daughter, Miss Ida and Miss Alice Grogan drove to LuVerne on business on Friday afternoon. Fred Hoffert drove to Hollandale, Minnesota, the first of the week. He returned with a truck load of cabbage and onions which he sold to people In this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Dixon and their daughter, Ruth, and son, Donald of Dysart spent Sunday at the C. C. Miller home. They' like their new home real well. Mr. and Mrs. John Zinnell, Jr., and family of Reading, Minnesota, spent the past week at the Henry Eisler and John Zinnell homes. They were former residents here. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Colgan of Vivian. South Dakota, are here visiting at the Nevlns Cuplin home, and with old friends. Mr. Colgan owned a garage here at one time. Henry Satern held his farm sale on Thursday, October 9. The stock sold well, some of the milch coWs going as high as $95 per head. His sale amounted to about $2500.00. Mrs. Alice Stover and daughter, Blanche and sons, Merle and Guy, returned 'home Tuesday from their trip to Waterloo. Merle attended the cattle congress while there. Jennings Harris returned from Rochester the first of the week. He had been consulting specialist regarding his health. He is feeling much improved and hopes to regain his former 'good health. Mrs. George Foley and Mrs. Geo. Emerson took Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Garthwaite ,to Marshalltown Wednesday. They have been visiting their daughters, Mrs. Emerson and Mrs. W. E. White. Mark Nessen and Miss lone Seaman returned to their homes at Detroit on Friday. They have been visiting with relatives here and at Bode the past ten days. They planned on stopping at Joliet, Illinois, to spend Friday night with relatives. Mrs. Orville Harr and James Saga of near Rolfe and Miss Alice Grogan of Pierre, South Dakota, were visitors at the home of Mr. -and Mrs. William Riley Wednesday. Miss Grogan remained for a longer stay at the Riley home. Mrs. E. A. Holmes returned to Beverly Hills, California, Wednesday after a two weeks' visit at the home of her mother, Mrs. Daniel Kelly. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Heath, who had been visiting his mother returned to their home in Minneapolis Tuesday. The interclass basketball tournament ended 'Friday evening by the senior boys and girls winning the finals. The score wasi for the girls 24 to 8 and the boys 22 to 15. The tournament was a good starter for the basket ball season. The regular teams will be practicing soon. Rev. Zimmerman drove to Cylinder Monday after his old friend, J. C. Haupt. Mr. Haupt's home Is In Manning arid he had been spending the '.summer at the home of a nephew near Cylinder. Mr. Haupt was a friend of the Zlmmermans when they held a pastorate at Manning. Mr. and Mrs. Thorstein Satern and family drove to 'Bode Wednesday evening. The Satern family gave a party for Miss lone Seaman of Detroit, who was here visiting among her mother's relatives, the Saterns. There is a large gathering when the whole family get together and a ' merry time was had. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cobb and son, Donald, were in attendance from West Bend. Sworn Affidavit of Proof We, the undersigned partnership, partners and owners of Kraft-Misbach Co. of the city of Algona, Iowa, hereby announce and declare that it is our intention to close put our entire stock of merchandise and to discontinue the clothing business In Algona, Iowa. Subscribed and sworn to. CHAS. F, KRAFT. KRAFT-MISBAOH CO. (Seal) J. Jj. Bohnson, Notary Public. Clinton, Iowa- RIGHT AT THE BARGAIN PEAK KRAFT-MISBACH CO. Closing-Out Sale! Startles the country for miles around Now going full blast HEAVY WEIGHT RIBBED UNION SUITS Mix oil colors, fine materials, just the thing for this time of the year. Values to $1.50, going for only - 79c ALL WOOL (SWEATERS Coat style and pull over. Different colors to choose from. Values to $4.50 for only MEN'S BROADCLOTH DRESS SHIETS Collars attached, beautiful plain and fancy colors. Values to $2.00 all going for only -95c Yes! We Are Absolutely- OUT SELLING OUT EVERYTHING Hart Schaffner & Marx and Curiee Clothes! at such unheard of price cuts they will surely astound you* Buy that Suit and Overcoat now, Men's Suits Here is one group at surprising values. All .wool, hard and soft finished worsteds,, fancy attractive mixtures. Suits that sold for as much as $27.50, all Cld CA goiiig now for only «P"»«JU Men's Suits Here you find a choice lot of weaves and hard and soft finished worsteds. This group takes in a vast lot of our best suits. Value up to $32.50, all going C1C7C for only $10. ID Men's Overcoats All wool materials, beaiitiful patterns, right to the minute for style, all new this season. Values to $27.50, all going for only _ Men's Overcoats In this group you will find our better coats, guaranteed all wool materials, the peak of fashion coats that sold for as much as $35.00, C1Q QC air going for only __«P L « 7 «° J It Has Gone Beyond Our Greatest Expectations We never dreamed of such a tremendous response. Ever since the opening day of our great close-oui; sale a week ago—we have been on the jump every minute trying our best to take care of the throngs of eager buyers. More merchandise has now been brought out on display and the store is simply ablaze with bargains. Bear in mind good people—this great Quiting Business Sale is just now in its'infancy. This is not a one, two or three day affair, this event goes on until we are completely sold out This' great close out gives you the lone opportunity of buying the best wearing apparel for men and boys the markets can produce, usual Kraft-Misbach Co. guarantee goes along with each purchase. We have served you with this class of goods for the past 33 years, now we quit, giving the public the full benefit of the lowest prices you can imagine. You'll find what you want here, our stock is complete. Come to this Quitting Business Sale now. MEN'S SUITS A close out lot of small size men's and boys' suits, all wool materials, while they last only (DKAtt r -n *«u** f * **«*» UAROAINS BOYS' KNICKEE SUITS One table full of boys' knicker suits, all wool ,u great variety of patterns. We are closing <M 'AC out the whole lot for onlv«Pl»«JO SIX ITEMS Men's 35c Dress Hose, only 19c Men's Flannel Shirts, only 89c 50 per cent wool union suits, only $2.47 Men's Heavy Cotton Hose, only 12c 4-Buckle All Rubber Overshoes $2.45 BOSTONIAN OXFORDS Our entire stock of black and brown Hostonian oxfords, selling the^yorlcl over for $7.50 and $10.00. going in two grpips, C QC7 at only J.OJ-I . EIGHT ITEMS Moleskin Pants, $2.50 values for ___$!.69 100 per cent wool union suits for $3.85 Boys' medium weight union suits for __39c Chambray Work Shirts, only 49c Men's Heavy Overalls, only 79 C Heavy Husking Mitts, per doz., only _$1.43 Men's Work Shoes, only $2.45 SCHOBLE HATS $7.50 and $10.00 the world over in C QC 7 OC two groups D»OD""|.jl) Kraft-Misbach Co. Algona Selling Out

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