The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 15, 1930 · Page 4
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The Upper PesMoines-Republicaji, October 16,1930 SW1A CITY NEWS. '$a<®xttti^^ Mrs. Ernest Smith of Armstrong visited relatives here Friday. Albert Carlson of Sioux City Is Spending a few days with relatives and friends. Jerome B .Johnson arrived Wednesday after spending the season at Yellowstone Park. Mr. and Mrs. John Spelcher of Fairmont, spent the week end with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bravender spent Sunday with Mi 1 , and Mrs. O. L. Trickle of Lakefleld, Minnesota. Messrs. Arthur Pehrson and F. A. Griffith are at Lake Coronas on a fishing expedition this week. Allan Erickson, who is attending college at Ames and Glen Crosley of Ames spent Sunday with relatives and friends. Allen Poole and Dick Krumm who are attending Coe College at Cedar Rapids, spent the week end with their parents. Miss Esther Smith, who is attending Carleton College, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith. W. Wallin of Marshalltown, a former resident of this neighborhood, is looking after business matters and visiting old time friends. Henry Johnson was is an operative patient at the" Fairmont clinic, is slow ly improving. It will be some time before he can return home. Mesdames D. W. Fults, S. P. Eckholm, Olaf Pearson, Emil Larson, attended the State Baptist convention at Port Dodge the past week. The Norwegian Lutheran Aid society served a chicken pie supper on Satur day evening at the church basement with a good crowd in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Griffith of Backus, Minnesota, Mrs. W. W. Griffith and daughter, Viva of Vernon Center, Minnesota, spent Tuesday with Mrs. Anna Griffith. New books will be purchased at an arty date for the Swea City Public library. Mesdames Walter Smith am'. R. A. Bravender are the book purchas- ng committee. Roscoe Mayne had the misfortune to lave his leg broken .while at work at ,he beet dump on Monday. He was assisting in re-loading a derrick and t slipped and fell on his leg. Several old time friends of the C. A, Halberg family, pioneer residents of 3wca township, were at Fairmont on Thursday to attend the funeral of the ate Arthur Fossom, who was a son- n-law. Several groups ot young people have >een taking advantage of the beautl- ul fall weather and have enjoyed weiner roasts at the river. With ideal weather conditions, many enjoyable larties have been held. The Baptist church and Guild are planning a big get-together meeting for all members and friends of the church for Thursday evening. A program Is being planned and a good time is assured all who attend. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bovis entertained at the first meeting o? a newly organized bridge club on Friday ev- erting, played. Four tables of bridge were A social time and dainty lunch was enjoyed by the guests. Mrs. Elon Anderson returned home Monday having spent the past month in the hospital at Iowa City taking treatment. Her general health is slightly Improved and her many friends are hoping for a complete recovery in the near future. The Corn and Potato Day sponsored by Mr. Sweeney and the boys of the Smith-Hughes department on Saturday was a success. Several entries in the different departments were made and excellent talks were given* by Mr. Fitch of Ames and County Agent- Morrison. Isenberg Brothers won first prize in ;orn. The members or the Harrison township Four-H club enjoyed a weiner roast at the river on Thursday afternoon and evening. Various health exercises were given and next year's activities were planned. Mrs. T. F. Johnson, Four-H club leader, was sponsor Fenton News Items 'or the party. enjoyed by all. A very good time was Richardson's Specials for Friday, Saturday and Monday A good, substantial card table ____________ $1.25 A bottle of Golden Star Polish FREE with every guaranteed Golden Star Dust Mop sold. An upholstered rocker free with every living room suite. We have 3 bridge lamps left to go while they last at $2.75. \ i *. . Several do/en first quality window shades for these three days only 45c each. We have had a big week in exchanging furniture this past week and our basement is now well filled with good used furniture at the lowest prices we have ever offered. Your furniture dollar will go much farther if you will give us an opportunity to serve you in your furniture needs. Exchange your old for new at RICHARDSON "^—Furniture Exchange— — "Where Furniture Sells for Less." B. GK Richardson, Prop. Algona, Iowa. M/wwwuwvwvwwwvwwwwvvwuv^ f It Will Soon Be Cold ! How about letting us clean and press your winter garments now? Just Phone 330, .we call for and deliver. Ladies winter coats, cleaned and pressed $1.50 and up Mrs. P. J. Helken entertained the Thursday club on TJiursdavj "Our Flag," was the lesson topic. The tables were beautifully decorated In a red. white and blue color scheme and small flairs were used as favors. A very interesting meeting was held. A very interesting secretarys book of the club for 1901 was brought to the meeting by Mrs. S. Warbtirton. Tile reading of the minutes of the club meeting of that period was thoroughly enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. H. T, Winter entertained at a bridge party on Thursday ev- insj the teachers of the Swea City pchool as guests. Those present were Superintendent and Mrs. S. Logan, the Misses Hollis, Paulsen, Johnson, Dahl, Wylnm, Fisher, Nelson, Hulterstrom, Helgason McCreery, Pederson, Preston, Messrs. Karl Deemer and E. L. Sweeney. MJss Dahl won high score and E. L. Sweaney consolation prize. Autumn colors were used in decorations. A lovely luncheon was served and a good time was enjoyed by all. The M. E. church and Aid societv gave a reception on Friday night to Rev. and Mrs. B. L. Weaver and the ichool faculty with 124 in attendance. A prom-am consisting of a piano solo jy J. Iva Moates, Address of Welcome to the Pastor bv Dr. 'A. Reck, Address of Welcome to the School Faculty, Mrs. B. L. Weaver, duet. Mesdames Buell 'earson and Wm. Thompson, reading, The Land of Beginning Again, Mrs. Wm. Thompson, vocal solo, ReelnaH Winter, remarks by Rev. B. L. Weaver. A social evening was then enioy- ed, consisting of relay races, guessing ;ames and contests of various kinds. A lunch was served at a late hour, all enjoying a social evening of getting to;ether and good fellowship. The menu ,ommK{«e entered of Mes-U-ip; F. Seylar, B. Pearson, W. Thompson, O. Dourte, S. Carter, and the social committee Mesdames T. F. Johnson A. Whitlow, J. L. Vaux, T. F. Mitchell and P. W. Larson. P. T. A. Meeting— The P. T. A. meeting was held las week at the high school auditorium A large crowd was in attendance and a splendid program was given. A -group of miscellaneous songs were given b> the fifth and sixth grade pupils under the direction of Miss Gilbert. Two violin solos by Edmund Krause, a fifth grade pupil, two piano solos by James Bailey, also a fifth grade pupil and two violin selections by James Fleming of Whittemore were enjoyed. This was followed by an interesting chalk talk by Rev. Bryden, Baptist minister at Bancroft, then two piano selections by Mrs. J. M. Fleming of Whittemore. A short business meeting was held. Miss Martha Gilbert, Mrs. A. H. Meyers and Mrs. F. C. Bailey were appointed to act on the program for three months. Mrs. Ella Newel was appointed to have charge of the membership. Refreshments were served In the basement. Surprise Party— Mrs. H. E. Reimers planned and successfully carried out a surprise on her husband last Friday evening. The event -was Mr. Reimers' birthday. The evening was spent in playing bridgs after which a delightful luncheon was served. The following guests were present: Pat Cummings from Rock Valley, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sheridan and Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Bruer of Ban- crofts, Mrs. Harold Smith and Mrs. Herbert Parks of Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. William Reimers of Whittemore .and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Welsbrod of this place. « Cleaners Northwest Iowa's Largest and Finest Cleaners. Agencies and Branches in Twenty-One Towns. atteries - Batteries Before BnvJng a Battoi'v Consult the E CHART in the service Station. ,^12.75 J'or a 15-platc (Jlobe Balteiy. Ask us abour this;.'bat t.ory and the guaranteed service which runs as low as (J5e per month for cost of service. Other Batteries Priced as Follows: $5.45 and old battery $0.95 and old battery $7.75 and old battery $8.{JO and old Imtfery .$10.50 fora 12-volt bat- terv. ELBERT GARAGE South of Court House. Our Motto—"We Never Close," • SPECIAL—A few good used cars at real Bargain Prices. <X0&&XS8^^ LAKOTA NEWS. &aXS88&0^^ The chicken pox Is going the rounds mong the children of the primary oom in the public school. Mrs. Wm. Schroder, Jr., entertained er mother, Mrs. Anna Coupanger of Imore at her home Sunday. . Mrs. Clara Meyer, who had her face uite badly burned by hot squash last week, Is getting along nicely now. Rev. A. F. Boese of the Lutheran church and Walter Sachs attended a convention at Minneapolis last Tuesday and Wednesday. Mb(s Audrey Hastings v-islted her father, Arthur Hastings and her sister, Mrs. J. O. Converse at Minneapolis from Friday until Sunday. Francis Adams, who works on the city dray for J. E. Ukena had his foot injured one day last week when a truck box fell and struck his foot. The two Koppen children, Evelyn and Clarence, who had been at Iowa City, having their tonsils and adenoids removed, returned home last Saturday. Mrs. Fred Park and Mrs. Henry Gud- i erlan and little daughter, Jean, were[ up from Algona last Wednesday calling on the Frank Miller and F. W. Thaves families. E. R. Worley and James Altwegg were at Algona last Thursday evening where the bankers of'the county were entertained at a dinner given by the members of the fair association. Mrs. A. Q. Smith, Mrs. Ed. Underdahl, Mrs. James Bruer and Mrs. Ben Farrow were among those from here who attended the Royal Neighbor convention at Algona last Thursday. Frederick Larrabee, who has several farms in this neighborhood was here one day last week from Fort Dodge looking after business pertaining to these farms. The Vance Lester family, who had been at Boone for five weeks looking after Mr. Lester's parents' farm, while they were visiting in Virginia, returned ! home last week. i Mr. and Mrs. Edward Thaves visited ! from Friday night until Sunday at the | home of Mrs. Thaves' cousin, Sam Schmltt and wife at Minneapolis. They also took in a foot ball game on Saturday. John Llesveld went to Mason City Saturday and on Sunday, Julia and LaVern Liesveld and Wade Ball went after him and also visited at the home of Mrs. Dora Liesveld and daughter, Ramona. E. R. Worley, cashier of the Citizens' Savings Bank, was a business visitor at Algona last Saturday. He was accompanied by Mrs. Worley and the fVles- clames F. C. Krall and Wm. Turley. The ladies spent the afternoon shopping. Mrs, Eakin was quite badly burned last Wednesday about her face and head and left arm. She was doing the weekly washing and in some manner spilled some kerosene onto the stove which caught fire and burned her as she was trying to put the fire out. Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Wortman, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ley and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Turley were among those from here who were at Armstrong Friday evening and were entertained at a social evening given in- honor of Miss Gertrude Dreesman and A. C. Schissel of this place who are to be married in the near future. F. C. Bailey was a business visitor In Estherville last week Tuesday. Three auto loads of Fenton members drove to Algona to attend the Royal Neighbor convention. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Holdorf and faihily spent Sunday at the home of the former's uncle, Henry Kramer in Ceylon. A. P. Peterson and W. E. Laage drove to Brooten, Minnesota, for an over Sunday visit at the O. A. and A. C. Laage homes. Frank Bailey and children and Mrs. Kate Newel were' six o'clock dinner guests at the Carl Ebert home in Whittemore Sunday. The W. C. T. U. will hold their next meeting at the home of Mrs J. B. Hansen this week Thursday evening at seven-thirty o'clock. •> Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Weisbrod and son, Wallace, were entertained Sunday at tfie Tiome of Mrs. Weisbrod's brother, William Voigt. Little Roeer Gibbons of Burt Is staying at the home of his aunt, Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod while his mother Is visiting at Little York, Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wolfe motored to Savannah, Missouri, this week Tuesday where the latter will seek consultation regarding her health. George Boettcher of Burt has rented the Some of Mrs. Haack and will move his family here November 1. Mrs. Haack will make her home with her children. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Rldder of Fairmont and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Lohse an<j family and Miss Anna Light of Armstrong were entertained Sunday at the John Meyers home. Mr. and Mrs. 'Harold Goetch and daughter, Lillian drove to Jefferson on Sunday for a visit at the Verne Owens home. Mrs. Owen Is a daughter of the Boevers. Donald Welsbrod and Harry Haase returned home last Friday evening: from a several days' fishing trip at Leech Lake, (Minnesota. TOhey had good luck and brought back a nlca lot of 'fish. Retta's Beauty' Shoppe had the drawing for the free permanent wave last Saturday afternoon at four o'clock. Helen Geronsin drew out thfe number which was 0041 and was held by Mrs. F. J. Weisbrod. The juniors have chosen "The Ghost Parade," for their class play. The characters have been chosen. They ex • pect their books soon and will start Dractlclng under the direction of Miss Mabel Brandt, their coach. Miss Nettle Welsbrod made plans to entertain her Sunday School class at a weiner roast at the Call State Park lear Algona Sunday afternoon but due a the Inclement weather, the girls had their party In the church basement. Mrs. Clarence Bailey of Charles City Mrs. Ursula Eberts and Mrs. Carl Eb- jrts of Whittemore we're entertained at the Frank Bailey home this week Mondav. They were also callers at the C. Bailey and Chris Ruske homes while here. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fleming and on, James, and Miss Mary Gappa of Whittemore were dinner guests at the F. C. Bailey home last Tuesday even Ing. Mrs. Fleming and her osn took part In the P.-T. A. mdeting here that evening. Miss Florence Welsbrod accompanied by the Misses Hughes, Elliott and Brown spent from Friday evening until Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod. They are all teachers In the junior high school at Sheldon. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Welsbrod and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Priebe motored to son, Maxihe Weisbrod, H. C. Lindsey and children, Kathleen and Edward, were entertained at the Earl Osborn home in Seneca Sunday. The M. E. Aid society will meet this week Friday afternoon at the church parlor. Hostesses will be Mesdames .Phillip and/ M3ke> Weisbroti, E. I J!. Frank and C. H. Geronsin. The Farmers' Elevator Company held a directors' meeting last week Saturday afternoon. Plans were made for the installation of the new $3,000 mill which they recently purchased. Chas. Stelnback and daughter, Myra and Mr. and Mrs..Henry Boevers and Decorah Sunday for a visit with their sons, Stanley Munch and Arthur Priebe, who are attending Luther College at that place. They returned home the same day. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Miller, Mrs. C. G. Humphrey and son, Sidney Bruce, visited at the C. J. Nelson home in Humboldt last week Thursday. Mrs. Chas. Glaus accompanied them on the trip and visited at the home of her uncle, John Llndhart. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Jentz entertained about twenty of their friends at a five lundred party at their home last week Monday evening. George Jentz won high score and E. J. Frank the low score. Refreshments were served at ;he close of the games. Mrs. Wilbert Holdorf and daughters. Mary and Betty and Mrs. Carrie Voigt motored to Welcome, Minnesota, last week Tuesday. Mrs. Holdorf spent the day at the William Hillman home and Mrs. Voigt visited at the home of her sister, Mrs. Richard Voigt. Lawrence Kinney of Des' Monies drove up Saturday for a visit with his friend, Miss Laura Battles, who is employed in Retta's Beaute Shoppe. He •was accompanied on the trip by Miss Gladys Weisbrod who visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Weisbrod. They returned Sunday evening. Rev. Snyder and family moved here last week Wednesday afternoon and they are busy getting settled in their new home. The church was well filled at the Sunday services. This week Sunday, October 19, a covered dish luncheon will be held In, their honor In the church parlor at noon. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Gibbons of Hawley, Minnesota, came last week Monday for a'visit with their daughter, Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod of this place and their son, Floyd, of Burt. They departed this week Monday and will stop enroute home for a visit with another daughter, Mrs. J. W. Bley at Dodge Center, Minnesota. $ttO8i3&OX8^^ Plant Spring Flowering BULBS NOW DARWIN TULIPS SINGLE AND DOUBLE EARLY BREEDER AND PARROT TULIPS HYANCINTHS, NARCISSUS, DAFFODILS AND CROCUSES. We have a complete stock, only first grade bulbs with plenty variety of colors to choose from. Get yours now before the heavy frosts. Algona Greenhouses Telephone 305. CMXXXXXX^^ Open for Fall Inspection Come in look over our fall stock of groceries. New items every day. Try our new Sorghum and Buckwheat pancake Hour. Idaho Potatoes are fine. < New 1930 Almonds, five pounds for '. Long's Food Shop Batteries Batteries Batteries We Have Them Think of it—a genuine Ford 13-plate, rubber.en- cased 80 ampere hour battery for only $7.00 and your old battery. t This battery is guaranteed for 15 months and we will gladly install the new battery free of charge. This battery will fit eighty per cent of all car? and is ideal for the radio. Kent Motor Co. Authorized Ford Dealer. Algona, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Kluss and daughter, Alice, and Mrs, F. C. Gibbons of Burt motored to Little York, Illinois, last week Friday where they will visit with Mr. and Mrs. Kluss' sons Harry, Alvin and Glenn. Miss Alice will remain there until November first when she will go to Peoria, Illinois, to attend a school of beauty culture. The following Fenton people were guests Sunday at the August Haasc home in Fairmont, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Widdel, Mrs. John Boevers of, Elrene, Oklahoma, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Welsbrod, Mrs. Viola Mitchell and children, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Widdel and family. The August Haase family were formerly residents of this place. The Fenton and Rodman high school baseball teams played here last Tuesday after school. Fenton won with a score of 10 to 0. This is then* second game and they have succeded in shutting out the opposing team both times. On Friday afternoon they played Lone Rock, gaining another victory, the score being 7 to 3 in favor of the home team. The Kossuth County Federation, of clubs met last week Tuesday at the Country Club at Algona with four of the rural clubs an dthe Algona W. C. T. U. as hostesses. A covered dish luncheon was erved at noon. The ten members attending from Fenton were: Mesdames W. J. Weisbrod, J. A. Schwartz, Elmer Weisbrod, P. H. Jensen, Harry Widdel, Alfred A. Meyers, F. H. Bohn, E. W. Ruske, W. T. Ohm, and E. C. Welsbrod. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS 1 COVE OYSTERS^* 25c 8 oz. can " Soda Wafers FIG BARS 2 pounds 2"ic ""*• MORNING LIGHT HOMINY White, crisp kernels. This same fine flavor as in home made hominy. Per can 5c Candy Bars 'Superb' Mince MeatjS£2Sc Cooked Corned Beef ± COUNCIL OAK Fresh ground to order. New low price, Hi. COFFEE 29c Blue Rose RICE 3 * 25c BEANS SWEET PRUNES mi "SUPERB" ROLLED OATS ihe universal breakfast food.- Made from large white oats. Either regular or quick cook- in8> • 7C,. 2 Large 55 oz. Pkgs. «WC Picnic Hams 6 to 8 Ibs. per Ib. W/2C Garden Series Toilet Soap Vapor Seal Cookers eao 2.79 OAK MEN'S LINED JAdKET Strong rugged jackets built from extra quality 220 blue denim with a good warm lining. Made specially for com buskers. 1 CQ Each lOowieU Oak Early Risers' Program -brings to you every morning except Sunday the official weather forecast, the correct time the latest press reports, along with several musical numbers and Council Oak Store news followed to thfSti mated yve stock receipts of the day. ™"°W|a py we estt- OVBB K8CJ 6:30 TO 7:00 A. M, '

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