The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 29, 1930 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, October 29, 1930
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The Upper Des Moines-Republican, October 29,1930 Mrs. Jennie Jenson has been on the sick list for a few days the past week. Superintendent and Mrs. R. L. Rossman and son, Refine, are visiting with friends at the R. C. Bailey home in Atlantic this week. Camilla Bollig, who Is taking nurses' training at Mason city, spent the week «nd at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bollig. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Campbell and children spent Sunday at the Karl E. Nelson home in Fort Dodge. Mrs. Nelson is a sister of Mrs. Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Nielsen and their daughter, Mrs. H. O. Nissen of Britt motored to Northwood last Saturday to visit at the P. R. Peterson home. Pauline Osborn and a friend, Margaret Troutner of Nashua, spent the week end at the John Osborn home. Both girls are attending Iowa State Teachers' College. Mary Rassmusen and her friend, Mr. Nash, both of Waterloo, are visiting at at the O. R. Patterson and P. H. Peterson homes. Miss Rassmussen is a sister of Mrs. Patterson and Mrs. Peterson. The Mothers and Daughters club will hold a Hallowe'en party Friday evening at the W. H. Bosworth home, instead of at the Call State Park as was planned. Each family is to bring a quarter. Ernest Laurltzen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nels Lauritzen, is ill with Infantile paralysis. The Lauritzens reside at present in Ringsted, but they formerly lived in Seneca. The family is quarantined for the disease. Lawrence Saxton, Lyle Osborn, and Lewis Eckholm drove to Spirit Lake the first of the week to truck the household goods of the former to Seneca, where Mr. Saxton has hired out to •work for J. H. Jensen for the coming year. Mrs. Anton Dahl, who recently underwent an operation for inward goi- tre, is recovering nicely. The operation was performed in Rochester. The Dahls are old settlers here and are well known. Mrs. Dahl's health has been failing for the past year or two. Wesley News Items A Serious Accident— Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kraus met With a serious accident Thursday while en- route to Manly where they were going to attend the funeral of a cousin. At the intersection of No. 9 and No. 65, Mr. Kraus' car and a truck collided which proved disastrous to both cars and injured Mrs. Kraus so badly that she was rendered unconscious and remained so up at least until Monday when this is being written. She received deep gashes and bruises about the head and shoulders and passersby remarked that it is a miracle that she is even alive. Mr. Kraus was badly bruised and though it left him in a severe nervous condition, was able to return to his general store here Monday morning. His brother, Jacob, also a merchant, of Manly, came over Thursday evening and with the help of Mrs Anna Kunz and Miss Kathryn Cruise, has conducted the business at the store in the absence of the proprietor. Mrs. Kraus was taken to the Mercy hospital at Mason City where she is being given every care possible and it is now thought that she will recover if no complications set in. A Social Party- Mrs. Ben F. Felt entertained eight ladles at an afternoon social party at her home last Tuesday in honor of Mrs. Ed. Adams of Clear Lake who spent a week visiting her sister, Mrs. Wallace Benton. Mrs. Adams was a resident of Wesley years ago and many old memories were exchanged by the acquaintances present. The ladies who were entertained at the Felt home included Grandma Turgeson, Grandma Kuns, Grandma McCutchin, Mrs. Wallace Benton, Mrs. Carrie Hodges, Miss Arabella McPherson, Mrs. Emil Wester Studer Won high prize for the men and Mrs. Dawson for the ladies. E. U. Olson received the consolation prize. The hostess served a very nice two course lunch late in the evening. The Congregational church aid will meet Wednesday of this week with Mrs. Jurgen Skow. Miss Alice Flom has been confined to her home recently suffering from leakage of the heart. The Ladies' Aid met Wednesday afternoon at the M. E. parsonage. Mrs. C. H. Moore and Mrs. P. C. Haynes were hostesses. Beginning November 5, the stores will close on Wednesday evening until spring as has been customary for the past few winters. The Eugene Loeblg, Ed. Neuroth and Roy Sherman familes of Wesley and Mr. and Mrs. James Gibson of Bancroft were entertained Sunday at the home of Mrs. Anna M. Kunz. The Woman's Foreign missionary society will hold their regular monthly meeting this Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Fred Diekmann. Mrs. John Amesbury will be the leader. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Seaquist and family of Nye, Wisconsin, spent last week visiting her sister, Mrs. Henry Swanson northeast of town and with her parents, the Ben B. Andersons at Britt. Miss Marie Rlchter, who submitted to an operation for double mastold, was brought home from Fort Dodge Friday to recuperate before returning to the hospital to continue her training as a nurse. Otto Neuman who has been proprie- and the honored guest, Mrs. Adams, i tor of the Yellow Lantern eat shop the Mrs. Felt served a delicious two course I past season, has moved into the front lunch. A Bridge Party- Mr, and Mrs. Herman Bode entertained the following neighbors and friends at a bridge party at their farm home Sunday evening: .J. L. Studer, Arlo Dawson, E. R. Swanson, James Cooney, Louie Goetz, E. M. Olson and their wives, Frimml and William and Minnie Preston Chapin. Mr. ?®XG8!3&8X8^^ AND YOUR OLD BATTERY PUTS A NEW GENUINE FOED 6 VOLT 13 PLATE, 80 AMPERE BATTERY IN YOUR CAR. Winter is just around the corner. And you realize what this means if your battery is over a year old. Kent Motor Co. Authorized Ford Dealer. Algona, Iowa. ¥!ff8$affa8jxxw^ rooms of the McPherson building and has announced the opening of his new coffee shop. Mildred and Delbert Benton, Florence Reno, Edith Welter and Harley Haynes drove to Mankato Saturday and visited until Sunday with the sisters of the Bentons and Haynes who are attending the Mankato Business College. Tuesday, October 28, marked the eighty-sixth birthday anniversary of Grandma Turgeson who at her age is hale and hearty, never complaining of ills and always ready to meet her many calling friends with a kindly smile and greeting. Catholic Daughters of America lodge held a card party at their lodge hall Thursday evening. Twenty tables of bridge and five hundred were played in which Julius Kunz and Mrs. J. H. Lloyd won high prizes in each division, respectively. Mrs. Olaf Funnemark entertained ten | girl members of the Four-H club at her home Saturday, October 18. With the ten girls were also their mothers. Their regular monthly meeting was held and several of the girls gave demonstrations. The high school home economics class will entertain the teachers, the school board and their wives at a six o'clock dinner this Wednesday night at the school house. The decorations will be in keeping with Hallowe'en and after the dinner, bridge will be played. George Goetz, who has been confined to the home of his mother with sciatic rheumatism for the past nine weeks, is none better. Perhaps considered worse as he is finding it necessary to remain in bed all the time now and is in extreme pain a greater share of the time, Mrs. H. H. Flom, Mrs. Axel Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. John Hutchison, Mr. and Mrs. George Aldrich, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Lease, Charles Gibson and J. L. Studer attended the tei>/th district convention of the American Legion and Auxiliary which was held at Algona last Wednesday. Captain W. L. Hunter and wife of Bellevue spent Friday wid Saturday visiting here with her sister, Miss Esther Beck, primary teacher. Mr. Hunter is captain of the Mississippi river excursion boat, the Capitol, and has been connected with river steamboats since the year 1881. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Lemkee of Meservey, Iowa, spent Sunday visiting the several Hanson families here. They were entertained at dinner at the Gordon C. Giddings home. Mrs. Lemkee All West Bend Firms Endorse Bonnstetter We, the undersigned business firms of West Bend endorse the candidacy of Mr. A. H. Bonnsetter for state representative, and regret that we are not in a position to cast our ballots in his favor, November 4th, on account of residing just outside of Kossuth county. Mr. Bonnstetter is a man with ability, of good character, absolutely fearless, and stands for principles at all times. He makes many personal sacrifices for the welfare of his community and commands the respect of all who know him. We feel that he will make an excellent public servant and therefore are happy to recommend our friend and neighbor to the people of Kossuth county. CABIN COMI Will be on display on the South Side of Court House, Wednesday, Nov. 5 From 10 A. M. to 9 P, M, Walk Thru This Home Free Made of One Log Douglas Fir Log Home of Mr. Patrick Powers You are invited to visit this home free and walk through this Big Tree Cut from Douglas fir log of which nine more logs were cut besides the one used for this home. Each log 22 feet long, in all making some 50,000 board feet of lumber, about two carloads, or enough to build six four-room cottages. Cut in 1926, then 434 years old, and therefore born in the year Columbus discovered America. Visited by more than a millon people in 34 states. This marvelous home on wheels—hewn out of one log—is brought to Algona at our request and you are invited to walk through this big Douglas fir log home as our guests. It is a free educational exhibit. The log shows what large Douglas Fir Trees in Oregon and Washington produce the Douglas Fir Dooro, Panels, Drop Siding, Flooring, Ceiling and timbers we are furnishing to the builders of this community. Lumber Co. M. J. POOL, Manager, Algona, Iowa, T. J. McCaft'rcj-, manager Jake Lamport Lumber Yard. IT. M. Mantz, harness dealer. F. .Lookwood, 0. R. I. & P. apront. Jos Dorweiler, general merchandise. Bauman & Montag, Hudson-Essex garage. Homer Boovers, Royal Lumber Co. Alex Pertl, shoe repair. Carl Krueger, manager Davenport 'Elevator Company. N. Cuplin, electrician. E. L. JTayne, manger West Bend Elevator Company. Silver Oray Cafe, J. Cunningham. J. Sc.hutter, produce dealer. A. Mikes, meat market. F. E. Hoffert, trucking. B. L. Roberts, barber. Champlin Refining Co., Harold Kucker, Hake's Produce Co., entire force. V. H. Reid, assistant cashier, Iowa State Bank. Ed. Klisart, cashier Iowa State Bank. Ray Forsythc, cafe. W. L. Shelllnyer, barber shop. T)r. I. J. Weber, dentist, (1. L. Vohs & Son, drugs and jewelry. Frank Brockschmidt, bakery. Frank Koch, West Bend Journal. W. W. Stone, repair shop, B. J. Anliker, garage. IT. R. Sander, produce station. Louis Fall), pool hall. 0. W. Dubb, bnttennaker. B. IT. Miller, assistant buttermaker. M'cFarland & Walker, general merchandise. .11. M. Peck, barber P. P. Cuplin, drugs. F. L. Fleming, hardware. Geo. Emerson, ice cream parlor. Geo. Foley, ice cream parlor. __. II. Frank Givens, M. B. A. J. Jensen, general merchandise. W. G. Wilson, hardware. Rabe Service Station. P. 0. Dorweiler, veterinarian. home of his uncle, Emil Wester, Sunday for dinner. In the afternoon they drove to Corwith where they were guests at the David Johnson home. The Christiansen family had been at Fort Dodge visiting at the Carl Westergaard lome. Miss Verna Hlldman celebrated one of her "teen" birthdays last Thursday evening by inviting in the junior class to spend the evening with her. Games and cards were played, a little dancing enjoyed and a lunch of course to climax the evening's entertainment. A nice lot of gifts were left with Verna which she will always cherish. Prof, and Mrs. Swanson entertained all the members of the school faculty at a bridge party at their home Wednesday evening. Prof. Klooz nnd Miss McConnell won favcXrs in playing bridge. Other faculty members present included Hazel Marie Conrad, Helen Reimer, Shirley Lewis and Esther Beck. Mrs. Swanson served a very nice lunch. The following patrons of the Wesley Fanners' Creamery Company were awarded the ten high cheeks for thu month of September: Wallace Donovan, $153.94; F. W. Plum, $145.09;; Peter Hilbert, $117.72; George Nauman, $105.83; George Hildman, $103.35; Geo. Hirner, $97.50; C. Bane, $93.40; William Klein, $90.57; Albert Auderkirk, $81.19; and Harm Hillinga, $74.12. William Hutchison is taking an enforced vaction from his duties as dray- man inasmuch as he has found it necessary to be confined to his home due to illness. This is a new experience to Mr. Hutchison even though his years number above the seventy line. He has enjoyed the best of health and has been able to do two or three times as much hard labor as the usual man of his age. Grandma and Grandpa August Engstrom received word Friday night that a nice big girl had come to gladden the home of their son, Otto and wife. The baby was born at the Kossuth hospital and has a pair of twin brothers to also help welcome her into the world. The Study club met Thursday of last week with Mrs. John Hutchison. Each member furnished a part of the afternoon's entertainment which was spent sacially instead of being devoted to a study program as usual. Each member presented a stunt which was to be worked out. Mrs. Charles Murphy and Mrs. William Henderson were the attractive lunch in keeping with the Hallowe'en season and her house looked especially Inviting having been prettily decorated in the Hallowe'en color scheme . was formerly Amelia Huencman of guests. Mrs. Hutchison ^served ^ very Garner and taught the Carl Hanson school for several terms. Cashier and Mrs. Guy M. Butts returned home Friday evening from Des Moines, where they spent last week attending the grand lodge of the I. O. O. F. Mrs. George Lloyd of Britt accompanied them to Des Moines and jack and attended the lodge as a dele;ate from district No. 41. Ed. Ruseha, a traveling auditor for the Chicago Insurance Company, spent a day last weak at the Nathan Studer home. Th./ were old friends and neighbors when the two families lived at Springfield, Missouri, and Ruseha and Ben and Jule Studer were playmates and pals when "kids." Sigfried Christiansen, wife and three children, of Omaha, were guests at the SEXTON NEWS. &?<v<m<xa3x%yssy^^ Mrs. John Ormsby of Wesley is caring for Mrs. John Bahr and the new baby this week. Carl Paetz and Bob Young went to South Dakota Thursday morning on a business trip returning Saturday. Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Moore were Tuesday afternoon callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steven. Mr. and Mrs. John McMahon's little son, who has been very sick the past few weeks, is improved at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brethorst and children spent Sunday with Mr. Brethorst's mother, and family of Buffalo Center. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hardcopf and children, Barbara Jean and Bobby of LuVerne spent Sunday at the A. L. Greenefield home. Mr. and Mrs. John Bahr are the proud parents of a baby boy born to them Thursday night. This makes five children, two girls and three boys, in the family. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hammond and Mr. and Mrs. Chet Smith and son took Sunday dinner at the home of Mrs. Amy Smith in honor of Pearl and Chefs birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steven, south of town, Mrs. Ed. Hammond and children, Marjorie, Junior and Arlene of Wesley, were Sunday dinner guests at Little John Fisher, nine year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Fisher, south of town, was operated on Tuesday evening at five o'clock at the Kossuth hospital. He was very low at the time of this writing. His mother is staying with him as he will undergo another operation in six weeks to remove the appendix as the first operation was to remove the poison. Explained No wonder Methuselah lived GO long. There were no automobiles tn bis time. —lies iU'ilnc the home of their mother, Mrs. Sarah Wise. Harvey Steven and son, Leo, have been helping his son, Lloyd pick corn ' with the picker. They picked all last, i week and will finish Tuesday of this i week. Lloyd will help them pick theirs ' in return. Mrs. B. E. Sanders and her sister, Mrs. Henry Hawley and little granddaughter, Constance Joy DeWilde of Mason City were Saturday afternoon callers on Mrs. Lloyd Steven. They also called on Mrs. Arthur Benschotcr. Mildred Kutschara, student of the Iowa State Teachers' College, at Cedar Falls, came home to spend the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Kutschara, east of town. Mr. Kutschara took her back Sunday afternoon. Henry Hawley and daughter, Mrs. Naomi DeWilde of Mason City were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs B. E. Sanders. Mrs. Hawley and little Constance Joy DeWilde, who spent last week with Mrs. Sanders, returned home with them. . Mrs. A. L. Greenfield and Edith were guests Friday afternoon at a Congregational Sunday School class party at the home of Mrs. Greenfield's sister, Mrs. A. D. Richardson in Algona. An interesting program was given and Miss Greenfield gave two piano solos. A delicious lunch was served at five p. m. The Unforgettable Gift Tell Mother to Give You Her Portrait A living likeness of (ho dearest woman in the world, always before you. 'fell her to phone ritflit now to n,s for a sitting. This goes for Dad too— Your sons and daughters have long wanted your photo. \Vhy not remember them Christinas with a portrait—(lie gift that only you can give. Peterson Studio Phone :J4-AV. Algona, Iowa,

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