The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 19, 1930 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, November 19, 1930
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The Upper Pes Moittes-Sepublicaa, »oytanber 19,1930 SOCIETY Eleanor Norman, daughter of Mr. anfl Mrs. Oscar Norman of Algona and Chasm* Zech. son of Mr. and Mis. Oscar 2ech of Plover. *wrc married on Satnraay afternoon at- five-thirty at the Little Brown Church near Nashua, by the Rev. Wm. Kent. The bride wore a pink satin dress. The couple was accompanJed by Casey Heathman of Plover and Cars Peterson of Brad- lord. Following the ceremony the conp- te drew to Waterloo where they spent, the week end. Eleanor was graduated from the Algona high school hi 1927 and completed B business course at the Hamilton Business College hi Mason City. Since finishing at Mason City she has been employed to the Iccal office o? the state highway commission, where she will continue her work until the first of the vear. At thai time she wili join her husband at Plover where he is fanning. Mr. Zech . graduated from the Plover high Chit*— The Delphian club will meet Wed nesday afternoon at twt*-ihfetr at th home of Mrs. Milton Norton. Mrs f.f. Barter and Mrs. D D Passon will have charfte of the program whi:r includes a review of the Delphiar Quarterly and a review of the moral) ty play. 'TBreryman." Basket Social— A program and basket social will be given by school districts numbers one and sis of Plum Creefc at the Sexto: hall on Friday. November 21. Lunch will be served and everyone is cordially invited. The teachers of the schook are Florence Black and Ann Kain. Aid Entertained— The Ladies' Aid of the German Lutheran church of Algous was entertained Tuesday afternoon of this week at the home of Mrs. Lawrence Pert! at Whittemore. A five o'clock dinner was serv-d. Mrs. Peril was Miss Sophie Johnnnsen before her marriage. Roval The Royal aivetinjr— Neighbors will school in 1927. "Onion Mothers and Daughters— About forty-five members and visitors of the Union Mothers and Daughters club were entertained at the home of Lizzie Kohl with Maud .Nelson as assisting hostess The program was in keepinc with Armistice "Day. Mrs. Frank Webster of Algona «ave a very good talk which was appropriate and Luella Scnenck and i orie Dearc hs read patriotic poems A delicous tray luncheon was served "by the hostesses. The menu committee for the Mothers' cJub banquet •which will be held December 6th at Burt was appointed by the president. ££, f ^!l glJest ' tMtss M ^e members were Helen Vogel, chair- j £±£?£»« .5P2": man; Mary Sarchett. Mayme Hofius Prances Gould, Anna Marlow. Carrie Bourne. The next, meeting will be held tomorrow at the home of Ada Will j following program: song, byj have s special meeting for initiation and other work Thursday evening. Mrs. Martha Burbank's division is to have charge of the refreshments- The Royal Neighbors will have a dance at the. hall Thanksgiving night. Entertained for Ones*— Book & Gift Shop Opening Held Saturday. Thp formal opening of the new Book *r Gift Shop was held Saturday of last week beginning about ten o'clock, when the orrtain. which had concealed the window, for several days, was removed. The new shop is larger than the old one. and built-to arched alcoves and cabinets make it seem even larger. The display window Js almost twice as large. While in the east this fall Mrs. Rice purchased numerous antiques as well as other goods for her npw shop. Bemittfu! etchings adorn the walls. Among Uw> articles which attract the w upon first entering the shop is the little mantk" site coach model. The coaches are used as a decorative feature in the home as the small ship models have been used in the pas! j year?. The shop Js full of lamps. •oijstous German importations with vari-colored bases which are lichted to reveal the beautiful colorings. " The lending library to -which many new books have been added, takes up most of Otf south wall of the shop. Jhfre is also a department of new books to be sold. For the opening the <Jiop was ful! of beautiful chrysanthemums which had MAN FOUND DEAD L. Sheldon Died Tuesday While Performing Duties at I. 0. 0. t. Hall. iWWVWVWW been grown at the Akrons Greenhouses. Each lady visitor during the day received one of the "mums." The n»w shop is heated with an Arr- Uc New Air Balmy Air unit with which the exact amount of heat, ah- displacement, and relative humidity can be regulated at all times. In the summer | the unit can be used as a cooling system. A small antique lantern hangs abnv; D3STEKJT GRAND MASTER LAST YEAE. fteath Was Doe to Heart Trimble. I/eft Wife and Two Sisters. Bnrial Was Friday. Burt Monitor: This community was shocked Tuesday evening when it became known that Len Sheldon, well known Burt resident, had been found lying dead in the ante-room of the Odd Fellows' hall. Mr. Sheldon's body was discovered shortly after seven o'clock by some of the Legion Auxiliary ladies who were serving a banquet in the Legion rooms across the hallway and who had entered the Odd Fellow lodge hall to pet some dishes. The body lay face upwards beside the 1 stove where it was evident that th deceased was preparing to start a fire He had not turned on a light, and Streit won the «"»d Mrs. high. „, Help lb * „ probably fell as soon as he entered two j the entrance door which is also of e room - In falling, his head had evening for i antique design. A green awning with j struct a projecting angle of the chim- stencll is to be placed met the ? e - T P 1806 a* 113 cut a small gash hi his front of the shop in a short time. of»o and * Ut0e blood had run out "Hie upstairs of the building is di- cr^' however, had nothing to do with vided into two rooms, one of which death. He was doing the janitor will be used by Mr. Rice for his office WOTt f m **** ^d Fellows which or- cnd the other for a stock room ganization was to have held a regular The old shop will at once be re-1 mee t™S- Death had come, according The Woman's club will take orders Men Entertain Ladies— The men of the K. B. dinner bridge Evening Bridge Party— entertained their wives at a three chrysanthemums Laird & Reimer were afterward presented to the ladies. After dinner the group went to the Horigan home where they spenr. the evening at bridge. Members of the club are Messers. and Mesdames Ralph W .*-» n _. . -— t >*~. *j_ ,«AAV»i.lCJ, •G. 6. Buchanan, c. R. LaBarre. and A. LI. Long. r. E. O. Meeting— The P. E O.'s met Tuesday evening of^^Son at £ e r me Btock and th* second by Mis. Ehnur Eiitton. Jlissionari- Soeietv— The Women's Home Missionary society of the Methodist church will meet W ' L ' on the Influence of Medical on Education. mi ^- flve at the c - *We and Miss Lutie a ' B «^where, were the local chapter. ****• °- JSJUJerson enter- r. 'and Mra. Hans Olson of Witfbtogtan, m and Thursday afternoon, November 20. at two-thirty. W. E. C. Inspection— : -- __ •_ l Have New Hearse. don has had a bad heart for some time, he had not complained of feeling particularly 111 when he left home [ about six-thirty. Mr. Sheldon was bom Julv 3. 1860 in Sharon, -----Iowa with Annual Legion Feather Party •/ LEGION HALL November 25 at 7 P, M. Turkeys, Geese, Ducks and other prizes. Everybody Welcome Laird & Reimer, the undertakers, re- Jul y 4 - 1903, was married to Lillian cently purchased a new Henney three Mae Bradley at Burt. Mr. and Mrs way hearse. The hearse opens' up on Sheldon farmed for over ten years both sides and in the back. The sides on ^e plare northeast of Burt now both have two doors to open giving owrj ed by F. L. Ryerson. About four- ample room for the coiffn to be insert- teen ago the Bheldons moved to ed. A table is run out through the Burt where they have lived ever since. doors on either side of the car and "?***? ***& n ° children. receives the casket and then is pushed back into the interior. The hearse Sheldon was a prominent Odd and took an active part hi the R - hold its annual . . inspection next Friday evening November 22, at the Legion hali. Everv- cne is urged to be present. Get-Toffether Club- Mrs. iiome eon. the country. Laird & Reimer have a Henney ambulance. . is one of the most up-to-date ones in aff airs of the local lodge. He filled all also tne offices at one time or another and | la st year was a district deputy grand I master, installing officer for the sub.. __ _ , ordinal* lodges. He served a term Mrs. Harvey Hewitt • as mfl y° r of the town several years ago " a _. . , _ Died in Minnesota, i WWMa " and dltlious respected as a citizen of in- thrifty habits. , Besides his wife he is survived b entertained Many Algona friends were saddened i two sltsers, Mrs. Mary Colburn an p nn at her a one o'clock lunch- Monday tola twen^y-flve years ago. Anderson La- The Goagr^fattanal bazaar and Pic supper will be held at the ^Thursday, November 20. be served beginning ln m 0 - the ba- . home baking, smocks, aprons and -home made candy will be on sale. -Rummage Sate— St Cece lia's Guild will have bn!! U fi fru "J ma se sale at the K. »- i Saturda y. November 22, beginning at nine o'clock. Card and Dancing Party— The ladles of St. Cecelia's Guild will sponsor a card and dancing party or Fnday evening, November 21 at the Knights of Columbus hall itist Mission Circle— 'he Baptist Mission Circle will mee' lursday afternoon with Mrs. J A' "Sh. The topic will be "The Tie * Binds." The leader will be Mrs. >rge Hofius. Idle Hour Bridge Club— jThe Idle Hour bridge club was en- te#ained Wednesday by Mrs. C. D. Fellows at a one o'clock luncheon. Recreation Club- Mrs. Henry Aman is entertaining the Recreation club at her home this afternoon. TU 1 • • I hanksglVing to hear of the death of Mrs. Harvey Hewitt, in Redwood Falls, Minnesota, last Thursday, she had been ailing for the past two years from cancer an her death was not unexpected. Sh was born in Sioux Falls, South Dakota hi 1882 and moved to Algona witl her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Phil lips in 1900. She was united in marri age the same year to Dudley Miller o Algona. Mr. Miller died about five years ago. Five children were born tr this union, four of whom are living. They are: William, who is in the army; Mrs. Mabel Black, who lives north of Algona; and Donny and Margaret, who are at present with their aunt, Mrs. Jesse Speraw at Livermore. One daughter, Mrs. Rosine Collinson, died a few years ago. In 1927 the de- j ceased was united in marriage to Harj vey Hewitt, and they moved to Red- v.ood Falls about two years ago. Be- Flora Baars - of , i IT U ' side the chi] dren, one sister, Mrs. Jesse IO DC field. I Speraw, survives. Funeral services were Thankseivine servir-^ *•!'! j^' t' e!d Sunda --' at the Duncan funeral iuuiuagumg services wU be, home in Hiimhnirtt onri h,,^oi „,„.. ;_ 2S£ 5-JMSCS.S^ s-HiSS-SSS. day, November 27th at ten-thirty a j m. Rev. c. V. Hulse, pastor of'the! Methodist church, will be the speaker, j The offering will be for the Iowa Childrens' 'Home society of Des Moines. All are cordially invited to join in this service.—Frank H. Webster, secretary of Ministerial Union. was in Why Buy a Battery That Doesn't Fit Your Car ? Basket Social Held Near IrvingtonT Mis;; Pauline Black, teacher in" district number five. Irvington township, gave a basket social and program on i Washington. Lee Bush of Burt is a nephew and there are two or three other collateral relatives. Funeral services were held Friday at two p. m. in the Presbyterian church here. Rev. Aten officating. Burial will be at Irvington where his father and mother are buried. Milwaukee Road had Bad Wreck Sunday. A bad wreck occurred on the Milwaukee railway east of New Hampton Sunday morning when six cars in a freight train went into the ditch. Some of the cars were loaded with automobiles steel lamp posts and merchandise. Number Eleven, the passenger train due here about six a. m. was four hours late and detoured through Austin and back to Mason City. Number Twenty-two the passenger going east detoured over the Great Western, through Oelwein to Dubuque. na Mitchell family, was able to return »ome last week Thursday after spending about a week at the'Kossuth hospital as a result of falling into a corn picker at the Mitchell home. Mr. Wood suffered a broken rib, a bad cut near the chin and a wrenched back, beside other bruises which had to be treated. He is not yet able to work, but shows improvement. R. C. Bayers, Mr. and Mrs. H. Farmer and Mr. and Mrs. Stansberry, all of Fan-field, Iowa, visited the Etna Mitchell home Friday and Saturday The purpose of the visit to this community was to take part in the pheasant hunt. The Stansberrys and Farmers started home Saturday afternoon but Mr. Sayers will remain at Algona for a few days. Mr. Stansberry is sheriff of Jefferson county and Mr. Farmer is employed at the telephone company office in Fairfield. cooking with gas. The school was we attended. Barton Bergstedt from Havre, Man tana, spent a few days here visiting his aunts, Mrs. John Anderson an Mrs. John Peterson and other rela tives in and around Swea City. He 1 a student of the agricultural extensior department of the Havre College. Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson of An derson Oaks entertained a company o relatives on Sunday evening in hono of their nephew, Barton Bergstedt o Havre Montana. Those enjoying thi courtesy were Mr. and Mrs. Roy And erson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Anderson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Llnde and family, Mr anc Mrs. Oscar Berggren and Mrs. Anna Larson and mother. LAKOTA NEWS. CEESCO NEWS. The A. Q. Smith family were business visitors at Blue Earth last Wednesday...' ... ..... , _ .-%,,.,..-''•',' ,,' Ed. TJnderdahi, the local blacksmith, left last week for northern Minnesota where he expected to hunt deer. The several Wortman families in this vicinity enjoyed a visit Saturday and Sunday from Mr. and Mrs. Ha-ry Wortman and daughter of George. Edward Thaves, who runs the clotting store here, was on the sick list everal days the past week and unable to take care of his duties at the ! WHITTEMORE NEWS. Miss Susan Goeders was at Mason City Monday, she accompanied Mrs fred Bonn and Mrs. Stoeber of Fenton. a ember 26* remaining- assets of the ;State \Bank «w«j»:be sold at hall Wednesday, Nov- a (.ilolx- mat jits <;xa<-tlv. Tim is only Jinif ,,f j t . ,1,,. (j] ( ,| )( , I, a1t( , rv is insp( .,. t . HI •.,.> iiin,-s iM-r,,,,. i, < ( , 1V ,. S , i|(l faM ;, ryi Tala . a JJoUoJ A J-onl battery that s'-ils foi-*89d put in and if at any linn- it ,,,,, VI . S dHVdm'ymi'can -'H adju.stincnl any when- a! a (Jlol,,. station \vi i( -th«-r you are m Chir-a-o or h^-, at the «.-., ht of tll p«-r JnoiiiJi lor 1 he time you used it. Elbert Garage , 1, .. r , i.. / i . it \iJ South of the (,'om-i JJou OurJ\Joiio ia, Jo\va. ever Close.. Friday evening, November 17. A large crowd was in attendance. The baskets sold fairly well. „ Lunch was served to those who did ed to htosf who did not bring baskets Lunches were served to those who did not bring baskets and numbers were g | sold on a box of candy. John Simon of ^ ! Cresco, being the winner with number twenty-two. Hugh Raney auctioned the baskets as usual. Miss Black clear- fed thirty-five dollars. The money will bo used for school necessities. The following is the program which was given • Welcome song by the school. Bailor Dance, Bert Seeley, Frank Becker, Harold Becker, Donald Borman. Howard Black arid Glenn Burlingame. Play, "Clown's Instructions," George Becker. Howard Raney and William Eroding. The Wind and the Leaves,, Eunice Lwnous and Marie Erpelding. Dialogue, Striding a Telegram, De- jores Warren and Gt-orge Becker. Play, The Calamity Howler, William trpelding, Howard Raney, Delores .''arren. Marjorie Black, Eleanor Jeni i:uis, Rachel Becker and George Beck- j Way. Mother Gcxise't, Goslings, How| aid Kla'jk. Glen Burlingajne. Marie Er- I>(.'idiug. Euniet Leinous, Donald Bor- luan. Frank Becker, Harold Becker -Marjorit Black. Bert Seeiey, Hoop drill, prmiar>' grade's. Dialogue, No Sense Nohow, William trading and Howard Raney ai two n<gioes. Irish Dance, Eleanor Jenkins, Ra<:n«l Becker, Dolort-s Warren and Mart- BJack The L. R. Phillips family moved from ne Vincent house in Hobarton to Algona Tuesday. Vincent Heifner, the bunennaker, moved from the Vincent house. Algona to W '^^^^^^fMrj^rjS)rMnof>s^rjrjrjr^j^rjr^r^rjf>s.\ K ' MK ' Gl>od Night, by tiie school. Mrs. Tribon to Sell A. E. Clayton accompanied hit daughter and her husband, Mr. an Mrs. Ward McWhorter of Storm Lak on a trip to Illinois recently. Mr McWhorter went to Chicago on busi ness while the others visited relative at Yorkville, Illinois, and other near by points. Mrs. Clayton and daugh ter, Jeanne, spent th'.' tirae with th former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. Peterson. The Mothers and Daughters club met Thursday with Mrs. Fred Parks Nineteen members were present. Mrs Fred Geigel was a guest. After rol call, fashions were discussed. An ar tide, "What Thanksgiving Means.' was read by Mrs. G. W. Brown. A recitation was given by Bernice Reaper. The next meeting is to be held on December llth with Mrs. W. L. Martin o! Algona. C. F. Wallers and daughter, Mre Henry Weber of Irvington came home Monday from Sibley, where they hac gone last Wednesday to attend the funeral of the former's father who jjussed away while asleep. The elderly man was eighty-six years of age and liad been in failing health foj three years. The funeral was held on Friday at Sibley. They came home with Mrs. Wilfred Graham of Sibley and William Walters and Mrs. Ben Walters of Joliut, who accompanied them here for a visit. FOUR COENEE NEWS. John Gerdes south of town lost a straw pile last Wednesday by fire. This was all the straw he had, having threshed all the grain from seventy- five acres into one pile. Miss Helen Davidson, Miss Bertha Mueller, Mrs. Frank Krall, Mrs. Wm. Turley and Mrs. E. R. Worley and Donald were at Mason City Saturday where the ladies spent the day shopping. Dr. H. H. Murray and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Beemer returned home Thursday evening from Graham, Missouri, where they spent some time visiting and the gentlemen took in the duck hunting. Mrs. C. R. Smith and Mrs. Raymond Smith entertained thirty-two guests last Thursday evening at the C. R. Smith home. It being a Dutch party each guest was given an apron and cap to be worn during the evening. The evening was spent in playing bridge. Miss Helen Harding won high prize, which was a pot of tulips. Mrs. R. E. Hamnquist won low prize which was a salt and pepper set of Dutch design. At eleven o'clock a Dutch luncheon was served. A most enjoyable evening was spent by the guests. William Walsh, John Farreil, Guy Parrel] and Zlta McDonnell went to Iowa City Friday and attended the homecoming. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Fandal were at Iowa City last week where Mrs Fandal went to consult specialist* in regard to her health. The front entrance of the Farmers State Bank, is being enclosed and will be used to enlarge the lobby. The door will be only to the north. Charles Finnell of Lake Geneva Wisconsin, was here a few days last week visiting with his sister, Mrs Henry Frombach, who has been very ill. Mrs. Frank Eigler of Fenton Woo visiting with friends in Whitemore 01 Saturday, she was accompanied bj her sister from Omaha, formerly Miss Essie Nellis. Conrad Alig has taken over the Mrs. J. B. Cullen entertained twenty ladies at a one-thirty luncheon and bridge Saturday afternoon. The out of town guests were Mrs. D. P. Fagan, Mrs. J. L. McTigue, Mrs. Cletus Oliver and Marion Walsh of Emmetsburg Mrs. Thos. Dawson, Mrs. Peter Mulroney, Mrs. Thos. Flynn and Mrs. Joseph Mulroney of Mallard and Mrs. Wollner and Mildred Wollner of Cylinder. ST. BENEDICT. | amSMMMMSBSSMMMMssKfcfcJ Geo. Ludwig, Sr., and his brother, Jacob, spent Monday at Bancroft. Mrs. John Huschka and Mrs. A. J. Pehr were shoppers at Algona test Mday. Banker and Mrs. E. F. Rahm and family were at Algona Monday on. business. Miss Lucille Arndorfer is again employed at the Carl Paetz home north if Sexton. T - 1 £:'iS nd ^^-H- P- Downs and Mrs. *L?^J lal M!Nw* Shoppers at-Algon* art Monday. • ' l , - • • \ Prank Grangenett, Jacob Ludwig and Mrs. Greg. Studer spent last week at Milwaukee with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Blelch and aughter of Titonka, spent Sunday at le home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seil- Mr. and Mrs. A] Rosenmeyer. Mrs. John Huschka and Mrs. Mary Raskopf were shoppers at Algona Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Meyer left Monday morning for parts In Minne- SWEA CITY NEWS. management of the Whittemore produce station. Mr. Alig had been employed at the Kaschmitter Elevator Company for some time. The Abe Kenne car and the Henry Ostwald car collided at the Mallory corner Monday afternoon. The Ostwald car had the fender, running board and wheel damaged. The work of changing the wiring for the new alternating current Is being done and the north side of the town and part of the south side are already wired to the new 120 horse power engine. The change is made very quickly and the users of electricity are hard- aware of the fact that they are ly . ._ _ being put onto the new "current Miss Lorraine Huschka who has been a patient at the Algona hospital for Mrs, Josephine Rosenmeyer left last week Tuesday for Clear Lake where she will make her home wither daughter, Mrs. Everett Steussy FOUND A pair of fused bifocals in a yellow gold mounting in a modernist^ spectacle case with the initial "M" on it These glasses were found about two miles south, three miles east of Bancroft on the L. O. Elsbecker farm. Owner may have same by calling at Dr. F. E. Sawyer's of- GOOD USED CARS 1930 Chevrolet coae], 1928 Chevrolet coupe 1927 Chevrolet coach 1928 Ford coupe ALGONA AUTO MARKET .W.) Ford t.ud or will a rum- Mrs. F. JL inage tale of the goods in the Gal- braitli store located thfc first door east of the Goeders Company, beginning Friday, November 21. About $3000 i worth of new goods is to be bold. Mrs. j Trttxjn bayt that this is tiie best stock I Lin: hat ever had to sell. It Is under- j liuxxi tliat Mit* Lettie Matson, who lias ! btc-n manager of the store ever since I it was opened in the present location, I will later have a store in one of the Galbraith buildings just west of the Company. Mr. and Mrs. Merle McAninch are the proud parents of a baby girl born at the Berney hospital at EsthervUle Monday. Mrs. Chas. Landine of Sherburne spent the week end with her sister Mrs. Anna Larson and mother, Mrs. B M. Johnson. George Thoreson and Bisters, Mrs Algol Swanson and Mrs. Myron John son visited their brother, John Thore son and family at Waterloo. The pupils of the consolidated schoo enjoyed a two days' vacation last week when the teachers were attending the x;achers' institute at Des Molnes. The Harrison Four-H club girlb reived hamburger sandwiches, coffee nd pie at the Farmers Bank building on Saturday evening. They made $U which will be used for furtherance of their club work. The north end of Kossuth county was the scene of many cars from other parts of Iowa and Illinois during the pheasant season. Most every one got their limit of pheasants in a short tune as they are very numerous in this part of the county. A cooking school under the auspices of the Shellane Gas Company and sponsored by the A. B. Tweeten Hard- Saturday evening'. ""[ ware Company was held at the Legion H , r u , , , , . hall on Friday and Saturday to ac- Harry Wood, farm hand fw the Et-| quaint the people with the method of j William Colvitt returned to his home near Oskaioosa SaturUay. He has been helping pick corn at the Roy Lowman farm. Four Corner's Mother and Daughters club will meet this week Thursday with Mrs. Susie Witiiam. Roll call will be "Thanksgiving Poems." Dick Miller, William Hulf, and Mr. Gantz, all of near Fairfield, spent Friday and Saturday at the Noble Mitchell home enjoying the open season for pheasants. They returned home on! QUALITY Macaroni, Spaghetti Noodles Ask for Ferndell LONG BROS, Agents

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