The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 29, 1930 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, October 29, 1930
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The Upper Pes Koines-Republican, October 29,1930 WEST BEND NEWS. &&&XX*tt&&W^^ Miss Mildred Dubbs was an Algona visitor Wednesday. ~~,u~ t Simmons of Laurens spent Sunday at the Arthur Simmons home. Mrs. John Williams has been quite 111 the past week but is better at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Harms and family visited with relatives north of Whittemore Sunday. Rev. and. Mrs. Zimmerman and family were visitors in Fort Dodge on Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Boos and daughter, Lorraine, spent Sunday visiting with relatives at Rolfe. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Vohs of Algona spent Wednesday at the home of their son, Carl Vohs and family. Mrs. Emory of Ruthven, a former resident here, was a visitor Wednesday at the home of Mrs. E. M. Watson. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Vohs spent Friday evening at/ Algona where Mrs Vohs played before the Woman's club Mrs. J. L. Henry, who has been 111 Is not so well at this time. Her many friends wish for hen. speedy recovery Mr. and Mrs. Dan Devlney and children of Rodman were visitors Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs. John Williams. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. McGee and children of St. Paul are visiting with Mrs McGee's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. McFarland. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Shellmyer and son, Richard of Whittemore spent Sunday at the Frank Shellmyer and Joe Mikes homes. Mr. and Mrs. George Belken Of Fenton were calling on friends here Sunday evening. Mr. Belken was a former teacher here. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hayne drove to Fort Dodge Wednesday to see Mrs. Haynes' brother, Ben Walker, who is 111 in a hospital. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Deberg of Little Rock, Iowa, spent the week end at the home of Mrs. Deberg's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dubbs. Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Roberts drove to Fort Dodge Tuesday to see Ben Walker, who is in the hospital there. They found him much improved. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Falb and family spent the past week visiting relatives at Deep River, Iowa. Mr. Falb is taking his vacation from the post office. Miss Bessie Sloan came Friday evening from Buffalo Center, where she Is teaching for a week end visit with home folks. She returned again on Sunday afternoon. , Professor and Mrs. Lee Johnston returned home Monday from Sprlngville, where they spent the week end visit- Ing relatives. They also visited in Cedar Rapids while gone. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Smith and children of Mallard spent Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. White. Mr. and Mrs. Giles Geist accompanied them home for a . visit. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Riley and children, Laverita and Lavon, of Livermore spent Saturday night and Sunday at the William, Riley home. .Miss Masons Visited Emmetsburg Lodge. About twenty-five Royal Arch Masons drove to Emmetsburg last Thursday evening where the Algona team conferred the Royal Arch degree upon three candidates. The local team Is considered one of the best In the state and received many compliments upon the manner In which they conducted the work. The Emmetsburg lodge will come here Friday eveneing. Candidates from Algona and Emmetsburg will receive the M. E. M, degree. . Notice. The annual meeting of the Congregational church society will be held at the church Thursday evening, Nov. 6, at seven-thirty o'clock. All members and friends of the church should arrange to attend this important meeting. There will be no church supper prior to the meeting, as it has been found impracticable to have one this year. Ida and Oscar Riley took them home Sunday evening The Methodist Sunday School class taught by Mrs. Fred Hoffert held a Hallowe'en party at the church basement Wednesday evening. Games and Halowe'en stunts were played and delicious refreshments were served. The junior class of the West Bend high school will present their play, "Anybody's Bride;" Tuesday evening. The boys and girls are working hard ,011 the play and deserve a full house jthat night. Miss Adeline Halverson is •coaching the play. Mr. and Mrs. Thorstein Satern and family and Mrs. H. A. Sloan and her daughters drove to Rodman Friday evening, where they joined with a surprise party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wirtz. The occasion was the birthday of Mr. Wirtz. Miss Mariam Isch who teaches In the Bode schoofs Is here visiting her sister, Mrs. Alborn. They are having a cornhusking vacation In the Bode schools at this time. BURT NEWS. Mr. and Mrs. John Cunningham opened their cafe Saturday, which they recently purchased from Mr. and Mrs. Roberts. They enjoyed a good patronage on their opening day and we hope they have continued success. Mr. and Mrs. Roberts moved into one of the Nick Peterson houses. The Palo Alto count;' council of religious education held their convention In the Presbyterian church here Wednesday. About sixty people attended A covered dish lunch was served at noon, the hot coffee, hot potatoes anc baked beans being served by the Wes Bend ladles. The morning session was given over to talks by Rev. Zimmerman, Mrs. Obrecht, a state Sunday School worker, and county Sunday School worker, Mrs. W. H. Morling and Rev. Barker of Emmetsburg. The af ternoon session was taken up with el ection of officers for the coming year Mrs. C. C. Miller of West Bend wa elected president; Miss Zane Young of Emmetsburg was elected secretary and treasurer. Mr. OBrecht of Des Molnes gave a very interesting address on the need of Sunday School workers. Miss Mary Shriner of Rolfe sang a solo, accompanied by Quenton Kongsbach at the piano. Ruthven extended an invitation for the next year's convention to be held in the Methodist church at that place. W. H. Smith Is helping G. V. Fairbanks husk corn. Floyd Gibbons Is having some of the rooms hi his home redecorated. James Powers is doing the work. Miss Lulu Hawcott is at Ledyard working In the post office this week. Mrs. Trlna Wlese Is having her house painted, George Powers doing the work. The body of Mrs. Andrew Godfredson was brought here for burial Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Murray spent Sunday at Algona at the James Murray home. The Jess Volentine family were dinner guests at the Ira Hansen home on Sunday. Maxine Schenck will entertain a number of girls at a Hallowe'en party Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Brace were dinner guests at the L. E. Relbhofl home Sunday. The Odd Fellows and Rebekahs enjoyed a Hallowe'en party at the hall Thursday night. Robert Leason, Jake Freeh and Josh Blossom of Algona were Burt business 'Isitors Monday. Mrs. Charles Schrader entertained he ladles of the Auxiliary at her home Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Raymond Housour has been assisting at the R. W. Smith home while <Ars. Smith has been 111. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Olson and child_-en from near Lakota spent Sunday at ,he Sidney John home. John Kerr was not as well as usual and a trained nurse has been called from Algona to care for him. Mrs. A. N. Clifton and daughter of Nora Springs spent Sunday here at the Rev. J. E. Clifton home. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Graham went to Delavan, MinndsoH Sunday Where they visited with old neighbors. Wilma Riddle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Riddle, has been ill with rheumatism for several weeks. Mrs. Mellesa Trunkhlll returned home last Saturday from Evansville where she visited with relatives. , The Methodist ladles will serve dinner at the church Tuesday, November 4, at a district meeting of the ministers. VIRGIN DIAMOND VIRGIN DIAMOND Ceiiifitale o In Distinctive Mountings and at standard prices from $25 to $2500. Because of their freedom from any taint or past associations, because of their guaranteed quality and standard price, genuine Virgin Diamonds—backed by a registered Certificate of Title—appeal to the discriminating purchaser. Obtainable only thru your " AUTHORIZED VIRGIN DIAMOND DEALER Fred W. Wehler & Co. Jewelers & Optometrists VIRGIN DIAMONDS i • i i SaoE Showing "The Yorker Tie" Tie styles have never been in better favor. This Yorker tie is made in Brown and Black Kid. Medium dress heels. "We Are Pleased to Show Them." ' < Ironclad Hosiery in the New Shades.'' Mr and Mrs. Wm. Boettcher and children and J. 1ST. Holding spent Sunday at the Ivan Long home near Swea City. Mrs. Neal Nealson of Spencer spent Thursday and Friday of last week here with her grandmother, Mrs. Josephine Sharp. A surprise was given Mr. and Mrs. C F Mann Saturday evening In honor of their thirty-filth wedding anniversary. Mrs Charles Schrader went to Elmore Saturday where she spent the day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Ringsdorf took Mrs. Elizabeth Ringsdorf to Bancroft Sunday where she is visiting Mrs. Myrtle Ringsdorf and sons. Mrs. J. H. Graham received word last week,of the'arrival of a batty girl at the home of her sister, Mrs. John Burkley at Webster City. Mrs John Gerhardt and Miss Beulah Larson gave a Hallowe'en party Friday night to a number of friends. A good time was reported by all. Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle began work Monday in fixing up his new office and he will have a fine up-to-date office when the work is finished. Bernard Gifford was able to come home from the Kossuth hospital Saturday. He is getting along nicely following an operation for appendicitis. Mrs. A. M. Hunt and daughter re turned to their home at Detroit, Michigan, Saturday after visiting with Mrs Hunt's mother, Mrs. Carrie Meinzer Rev. S. H. Aten and children were dinner guests at the home of Prof, and Mrs. Wier Sunday. They were also supper guests at the L/ D. Hodgson j home. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Hodgson, Misses Esther and Ruth Hodgson, and Mr. and Mrs. Ellis McWhorter were dinner guests at the Lewis McWhorter home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Laabs and their children from near Lakota, spent Sunday at the Tom Trcnary home. Miss Olive Smith returned home with them "or a visit. Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Smith returned wme from their trip to Chicago on Sunday. Mrs. Little and daughter returned to their home at Kingsley the first of the week. The Burt Produce Company has discontinued business here and Win. Carney who has been conducting the business since Leonard Sheldon quit has jone to Graettinger. Ellsworth Staley had the misfortune of having his leg broken when the team he was driving while husking corn ran away. Mrs. Rachel Lowe spent last week at the Staley home. A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs H. A. Smith October 20 at the home of Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Cogdill. The little Miss has been named Ramona Jean. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Baker recently purchased a farm near ine City Minnesota. They expect to move up on the farm in the spring. Mr. Baker has work in Minnesota for the winter. Mrs. J. P. Cunningham received word last week of the death of her brother-i in-law, John Rosenau, at Mankato, | Minnesota. His wife died about five, years ago and they left four children.! Mr. and Mrs. John Gerhardt and I 1 little daughter, and Miss Beulah Lar- [ son were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Relmers at Fenton in honor of Mr. Gerhardt's birthday. Rev. S. H. Aten left for Rochester to visit Mrs. Aten who recently had an operation at the Mayo hospital. Mrs, Aten enjoyed a visit from her sister, Mrs, W. B. Barnes at the hospital last Saturday. C W. Schryver is busy having his blacksmith shop repaired after a fire last week. Fire broke out about ele- •ven o'clock last Tuesday evening and did considerable damage. TT-ie less was covered by Insurance. STILL GREATER PRICE CUTS! At Kraft - Misbach Co. CLOSING-OUT Northern Iowa's Greatest Clothing Sale! Again We Startle You We have gone through our out ire stock and put the price cutting knife 1o work again. We have surprised you right along with low prices ever since tins (livat Quitting Business Sale began. Now enine prepared for still greater surprises, We are determined to keep this high tension selling right up to the peak, just as we have been doing, and the low prices are more appealing than ever. Remember folks, this sale is far from Hearing its finish. The store is jammed full ol: merchandise—fall and winter orders which we were unable, to cancel are in stock and every bit of it on sale. What, you see listed in tl'is advertisement are simply a few numbers picked at random to give you an idea of what, to expect when you get here. Come often—buy for the future and buy for a 'long time to come at these great savings. ____„ OUT YE! ENG Don t Forget Folks, These Suits arid Over/ coats are Hart, Schaffner & Marx, Curlee and Other Fine Makes s\ r _T Men's Suits Choice of the store. If there's a suit worth $50 it's Hart, Schaffner & Marx, sizes 97 9& to 40 at £l.0t) MEN'S SUITS—Sizes and styles for nearly all ages. Includes stouts and slims. H. S. & M. Blue serges. Men's & Young Men's Suits Not a poor one in the lot, All the 1 7 QC Into colorings L * ' OJ Men's Suits Each and every suit not up to date for styles'. Regardless of make or cost. Includes Q CA H. S. & M. _— ''• tjlf * Men's Suits The choicest of the good ones. Good enough for the best so- cietVi Includes full dress and 99 OC Tuxedos at _>^- OJ GROUP ONE—The new tans and browns, the new blues. All the new ones. All wool. $14,85 GROUP TWO—Wonderful assortment to choose from. Includes the popular Niggerheads. EVERY ONE A NEW ONE^Nearly Entire Stock Grouped in Three Lots AVormnbo Chinchilla, blue. Values to $30.00 and more. $19,85 GROUP THREE—Nearly the choice of the store. Kit for Royalty. 'Values to $40.00. Includes camel hair or alpaca. Medium weight. $23,85 Come and Look Values Never Greater Stop and Shop Men's kid gloves __-95c Leather helmets 79-95c Fancy sox 29c-19c Genuine engineer's or firemen's socks, black or brown, pr. 12c For less than 1 dozen. $1.55 dozen, jobbers' price. OVERSHOES New. Wholesale price plus lOc for the wrapping. Men's Extra Pants to match Suits. $2.95 $3.85 $4.85 and $5.80 Work shirts 49c Work shirts, double back for 78c Moleskin pants ___$1.45 Moleskin pants, best grade $1.95 Scotch (Japs —i 89c Krorner Caps 69c Holders of coupon numbers 3441, first; 2916, second, and 470, third please call at our store. Kraft-Misbach Co. Bostonian Shoes World's smartest $7 to $10 sellers. Choice of newest for $5.85. Buy 2 pairs. Old ones 95c. Hats Schoble, Stetson and Xnox, to $9.00, choice now $5.85. Longley $5.00 now 3.75 up to $4.00 $1.89 Men's Coats Men's sheep coats 0 QC Wi-iiifh ,-it __«?•*'" 9.75 at 40-inch lined to edge Ulsters $13.95 40 Knicker Suits Larger sixes will make into longies. Ask how to do it. Fifty mothers have bought to date. <ormer price to—well it hurts to men- i nr lion it _ l.J/D KRAFT-M1SBACH CO. Quitting Business Algona, Iowa Selling Out

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