The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 19, 1930 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, November 19, 1930
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The Upper Pea Koines-Republican, November 19,1930 Brief? of Blooms' store. is now clerk • ' > - McCa11 were vs itors at Port Dodge Tuesday afternoon Mrs> 0eor Ke Hofius drov . Wisconsin, yesterday fo .ta ents a visit/* Mrs. Joe Bloom returned Monday ™° weeks> vlslt wlth her Minneapolis. n* f ' R ' J" alrd left Saturday for Des Molnes where she will spend thi winter with her children. Miss Beth Backus and Miss Catherine Doran drove to Iowa City Friday and attended the homecoming. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Raney and their daughter, Meredith, were at Port Dodge on business this afternoon. Mrs. D. c. Mahan left for Boone yesterday morning to be at the bedside of her sister, who,,js critically 111. Amboy, Minnesota, s the home of their, a Aman. of Sunday at Mrft Henry Mr. and Mrs. Sam Klassie and family of Renwlck spent Armistice Day in Aigona visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wade Mr. and Mrs. Wade Little and child- Ten spent Sunday at Humboldt visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Little. A large number of merchants from all Over the county are attending the merchants' Institute being held at the court house under the auspices of the Aigona Community club. Lon Whitehlll was down from Burt on business today. • Mr. and Mrs. Henry Douglas are the parents of a baby boy born Monday at the Aigona hospital. second child. Itils Is then- Dr. and Mrs. A. D. Adams and son Bobby, were Mason City visitors on Tuesday. The doctor attended the district dental convention. Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Foster of Indianapolis visited at the Wade Little home here last week. Mrs. Little and Mrs. Foster are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Russel Maxwell recently purchased a new radio. Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell live in the tenant house on the Jewell Patterson farm. Marriage licenses "were Issued to Geo. P. Dammon and Jean Black, both of 3anborn and to Thomas Shealer and Erna Nass, both of Whittemore. Ilda and Ivy Patterson, twin daugh- .ers of Mr. and Mrs. Jewell Patterson lave been absent from school for some ,ime due to mastold and the flu. This is the girls' third year in the Aigona high school. There will be a Thanksgiving bas:et and pie social November 26 at the Orthel township district number four chool in Hancock county, two miles ast and two miles north of Wesley. Everyone is invited. Lillian Swanson s the teacher. Harry L. Kyes of Minneapolis, the well known secretary of the National Merchants' Institute of the Twin Cities is expected here today in the Interests James Sheridan of Bancroft was a business visitor In town today. city yesterday on business. Sam Reaper was up from Irvington calling on friends yesterday. W. T. Oliver of Whittemore was an Aigona business visitor yesterday. Joe Elvldge, the Lone Rock stoc* man, was a business visitor in Aigona today. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Peterson are visiting with relatives near Sioux Clf this week. George Munch of Arnolds' Park, a former Whtttemofe business man, was calling on Aigona friends today. G. Ray Smith came home Monday from Colorado where he had spent a few weeks. He plans to remain in Aigona. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Elge of Marshalltown ant Miss Harriet Thurston, who teaches at Woodbine, were week end guests at the M. P. Haggard home The Methodist Ladies' Aid had a goed attendance at then- chicken pie supper Thursday evening. The ladies served a fine supper which was enjoyed by all who attended. Mrs. Roy Marty, who Is president of the local chapter of the W. R. C., attended the Third. District W. H. C. convention at Spencer last Thursday as a delegate from Aigona. ~~ Miss Pearl Moss of Los Angeles came Tuesday for a visit at the E. J. Mur- Attorney Van Ness was at Titonk yesterday on professional business. Banker "Bob" Haglund of Swea Clt was in the city today on business. James Duryea was reported on th sick list yesterday and confined to his bed. Dr. Savers of Falrfield was looking after business matters in Aigona this week Mrs. D. H. Goeders and Miss M. J Coate spent the week end visiting In Chicago. L. I. Glngerlch went to Titonka yesterday and will spend several days at his farm. ~ L. Gast, a prominent Seneca township farmer, was in Aigona on business Monday. Frank Lovrlen, the Humboldt real estate man, was in the city on business yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray McWhorter of Portland township were visitors in Ai- gona yesterday. H. Helgens, one of Emmetsburg's prominent Rotarians visited the Ai- gona club Monday. Earl Stotts of Rockwell City, former- y of Aigona was up Saturday after his hare of the pheasants. Joe Fraser, who has been living at Slater for several years, has moved back and is now located at Sexton. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johannsen, Jr., tagh home. Miss Moss is a sister of were week end guests a week ago of Mrs. Ross Quinby of Pasadena, form- the Fred Best family in shell Rock. £ WWVS ' W ' W5 ^^ Dining Room Suites for your THANKSGIVING of the Aigona Community Club who are holding a merchant's institute a the court house Thursday. Call Theatre ALGONA, IOWA on Ihere is a difference in sound. Don't take a chance spoiling a good entertainment by failing to pick West- en }.2 lectnc Sound in a house built for sound. There is a difference in equipment that gives you a picture. bpecial built lenses give you a well rounded clean cut picture. No eye strain. Bargain trade matinees every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Prices 10c-30c. Two matinees every Saturday at 1:30 and 3:30. Always an extra big fun and thriU show every Saturday. THURS. & FRI., NOV. 20-21. ,7 and 9 o'clock. It's new-Just re- Trade matinee Thursday, November' leased ' Wm. Haines 20. Prices 10-30c. It's a big fun show. in "REMOTE CONTROL" A pack of thrills—a million laughs. A novelty in-Talkies, u From the Broadway Road show hit. : A radio thriller. Co-stars Chas. King Mary Doran Polly Moran John Miljan J. C. Nugent He broadcasts laughs, thrills and romance. How you'll roar. Also Fables, News, and Football Talk, , Co Native tTAKRINC JACK OAKIE Skeets Gallagher Wm. Austin Jeannette McDonald is one of the most beautiful and talented stars on the talking screen. Her work with Chevalier and Jack Buchanan pleased Call Theater patrons immensely. You are sure of a fine entertainment with her assisting Jack Oakle. Also a well rounded two hour program assured. MONDAY ONLY, NOV. 24. You want to see this four star production. It's to be shown as a special. Booking will be Monday, Nov. 24. "OUTWARD BOUND" Metropolitan critics praise this picture. It's an artistic accomplishment. Far removed from regular routine. Douglas (Fairbanks, Jr. Helen Chandler in "OUTWARD BOUND" If you are interested in the best— plan for this one and advise your friends. Also New Pathe Short Subjects—New Herman Richter, one of the leading farmers living between Ledyard and buslness vlsltor ln A1 ' and Granger. verslty of Iowa at Iowa City over the P. A. Corey came home today from week end. Mrs A c WI1]PV ,....,. „,,„„„.„„„ „, ,- nars - A - *". wiuey took advantage of Mrs E J Yorker and otherelaUves the excurslons «» the railroad and He had JiamedVbring Mrs !^S? "* Cnd ta Chlca *° vlslt ' home with him, but at the last minute she decided to wait until later to visit in Aigona. Alfred soderberg, former well known Algona and Bancroft man, writes from Dodge Center, Minnesota, to have his Upper Des Molnes-Republlcan chang- sen. Jr., and Henry Neuman were ed from there to Forest Lake, Mlnne- guests on Sunday at the Cecil Bailey sota, to which place he is moving on home in Burt. November 22. Mr. Soderberg has been c A ,<•-„__ nf with a daughter at Dodge Center late- M ^£SH * *' his mother, was calling on Aigona William Mann spent Tuesday night friends Monday. and part of today visiting friends in ,-._ What could make your Thanksgiving dinner more complete than a new dining room suite? We have reduced the prices on all dining room rurmture, making it easy for you to enjoy your Thanksgiving to the fullest extent. $110.00 Eight piece walnut suite Messrs, and Mesdames Henry Johan- in Los Angeles. They are In the motion picture business. William attended ux took home h, s - quota of P heasan ts. Attorney John Hughes of Des Moin- the homecoming at Iowa City. He es, attorney for the C. M. & St. P. expects to go back to California Fri- railway, was in Aigona Monday on day. professional business. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nemitz and Mr. Miss Bess Stewart of Dubuque, who and Mrs. Arthur Blerstedt and little is now teaching at Rockwell, spent a child of Fenton stopped in Aigona on week ago Saturday and Sunday with Tuesday enroute home from Hampton, her aunt, Mrs. J. F. Cook. iff .HJ'TtrVfi' S^K !.->?• «- Mrs. Charles Joynt were at $125.00 Eight piece oak suite $78.50 $98.50 $135.00 Eight piece walnut suite $175.00 Eight piece walnut suite $105.00 $135.00 ;! Buffet Mirror with each suite FREE Foster Furniture Co. y™™*™^^ SATURDAY, NOV. 22. Two matinees 1:30 and 3:30. Two matinees. See the show then shop or do your shopping and then attend the 3:30 show. Prices 10c-30c. Three aces for a full house I Eddie Quillan Robert Armstrong James Gleason in "BIG MONEY" A picture of life, love and laughter. Novel comedy, thrills, action, love. A comedy slant on the gangster pictures. Tremendous story of Wall street and the underworld. Gripping story of three gambling men. Get Rich Quick Walllngford up-to-date. Also Knute Rockne Football talk and Talking Comedy. TUBS. & WED., NOV. 25-26. Trade matinee Tuesday at 2:30. (Claudette Colbert Frederic March in "MANSLAUGHTER" Speed and thrill in Love drama. Beautiful, rich, desirable but she couldn't get away with murder. March as the young district attorney. Alice Deur Miller's famous best seller. The year's dramatic nees. Night shows at seven and .line o'clock. Pathe Short Subjects and Sportllght Review. SUNDAY SPECIAL, NOV. 23. Matinee every Sunday one p. m., 3 and 5 o'clock. Night shows at THURSDAY, NOV. 27. Thanksgiving Day Special. One p. m., 3 p. m. and 5 p. m. matinees. Night shows at seven and night o'clock. Nancy Carroll Frederic March in "LAUGHTER" Hugely enjoyable entertainment. You will talk about "Laughter" for a longtime. One of the best pictures in a year. Delightfully sophisticated comedy. Also special bookings for a two hour show. ago. Mrs. Blerstedt is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nemitz. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. McEvoy and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. McGee spent Sunday in Fort Dodge visiting a brother of "Mr. McGee. While there they drove out and saw the spot where a truck dropped sixty feet from a viaduct into the rtver yith two young, men in it. One recei'Mfd a'Taroken^bact and the? other was uninjured. '..It was thought that the truck was stolen by the boys. Walter Stebblns came up town Monday and was calling on old friends. For years Walt was a familar figure on Aigona streets and for a number of years was Janitor at the First National Bank. Of late he stays about home most of the time. He is eighty- six years old, hale and hearty and looks fine. Lester Wilson, whose auto trailer was taken last week from his lots east of the Northwestern railway tracks, reported the theft to the sheriff, but so far no trace of the trailer has been found. It was thought that perhaps some one had borrowed the trailer and expected to return it. If that is the case now is the time to bring it back before official action is taken. Mrs. Al Falkenhainer was quite seriously Injured Saturday evening when she slipped on the steps leading from her kitchen door and fell striking on the cement. At first it was thought that her hip might bfe broken, but an examination proved the injury not quite so serious, although her ankle, hip and back were badly sprained and she has since been confined to her bed. Drs. L. G. Baker, A. D. Adams and ! H. M. Olson spent Tuesday in Masan City where they attended the Mason City District Dental meeting. Dr. Baker, as president of this district, presided at the meeting. Two clinicians, Dr. Coffee of the United States Public Service, and Dr. Nickel of the Mayo parente ' Mr> Mrs " W ' P ' Miss Maroa Keith Bailey left Sunday for her home in Philadelphia after several weeks spent at the bedside of her grandmother, the late Mrs. E. P. Keith. Victor Steil, Tyrrell Ingersoll and C. A. Frederison, all of Cedar Rapids came up fcj; a visit in Aigona Until Sunday enjoying the open- season on pheasants and visiting their parents and friends. • Melzar Haggard was laid up several days -last week with an attack of gall stones, which proved very painful. However, he was able to be out Monday for the weekly Rotary luncheon. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Hertig and baby of Maquoketa spent from Thursday to Sunday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hertig. Victor is with the Graham stores in Maquoketa. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Berry of Winnebago, Minnesota, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Cunningham of Amboy, and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Berry of Duncombe visited at the Backus home on Sunday. Hugh Stephenson of Sioux City, assistant chief clerk of the Railway Mail Service, was in • Aigona Friday conducting the examination for a number of clerks running between Aigona and Chamberlain, South Dakota. Hans Johannsen, formerly of the Model clothing store who has been at Humboldt for a year, has been made manager of the Leuthold-Lahe clothing store at Waverly, where he and his family will reside. Carl "Tubby" Borchardt spent Rodman attended the funeral of Cloy Nessen here Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. te. T. Munson and family spent Sunday afternoon visiting relatives at Rolfe. Mrs. Iver Brown and son of Rolfe, visited at the home of her mother Mrs. J. S. Williams Friday. Dennis Kelly of Wisconsin came on Sunday to spend some time at the home of his brother, Dan Kelly. Mrs. Tom Heiter and children of near Rolfe spent Saturday at the home of Mrs. Alice Stover and family. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wlrtz and their daughter, Jean, of Rodman, spent Saturday evening at the Sloan home. The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid society held their annual bazaar at the church Wednesday afternoon and evening. Mrs. Clarence Maxwell and Mrs. Harry Hilborn of Rodman were callers in town Wednesday. They also attended the Presbyterian bazaar. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wirtz and daughter Jean of Rodman, accompanied by Mrs. Golda Wooley, who has been visiting at their home, spent Wednesday at the Sloan home here. Prank McColloch returned to his clinic at Rochester, addressed the banquet. Mrs. Anna J. Stockwell returned to Aigona Monday from a six week's visit In the east. She vlsted in Boston, which was her childhood home and which she had not seen for twenty- four years, She stopped at Cleveland, Ohio, on her way and visited for a month. On her way home she visited friends in Eagle Grove. Mrs. Stockwell intends to leave for Long Beach some time in December and she will make that her permanent home. While in Aigona she Is staying with Mrs. Mathew Dalzlel. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lorenz, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sheehan and five friends of Council Bluffs spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of Mrs. Sheehan's and Mr. Lorenz's mother, Mrs. O. Lorenz. The men hunted pheasants Saturday and Sunday the women prepared a pheasant dinner. • Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lorenz were guests at the dinner Sunday. The out of town guests returned to their homes Sunday afternoon, accompanied as far as Fort Dodge by Mrs. O. Lorenz, who visited from Sunday until Tuesday with her daughter, Mrs. Myron Hill. J. H. Moulds came home Tuesday after spending about a week with his two grandsons, children of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Green, who looked after their parents' farm near Sexton while the latter were In Illinois, called there by the illness of Mr. Green's father, Robert Green. The elder Mr. Green had his back and several ribs broken in an auto accident, and was not expected to live. However, he seems to be holding his own despite the fact that he is paralyzed from the waist down. The Greens came home Monday. Mr. Moulds and the two boys looked after the farm while the other six children stayed with neighbors and with their grandmother in Aigona. couple of days here last week visiting his brother, A. H. and also took advantage of the open season on pheasants. He Is still on the road for a wholesale jewelry company with headquarters in Des Molnes. William Scull, who moved to Dixon, Missouri, last year, has moved back to Aigona. He reports crops a failure there and says many men are employed on the roads and laying pipe lines. He has been employed in painting for a gas pipe line company. Editor and Mrs. Joe White and little Joan came up from Manilla, Iowa, on Thursday, bringing home Mrs. White's motjher, Mrs. A. Ndrman, who had been spending a few months in Manilla with her daughters. Joe Hunted pheasants Friday, returning with his family on Saturday. home at Aberdeen, Sou;:i Dakota, -on r < ^sday. He had been here helping- care for his mother, Mr-,. McColloch, who was buried Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Miller came home from Iowa City during the week. Mrs. Miller has been In the hospital, where she had a goiter removed. She is improving since coming home. Mr. and Mrs. John Williams return ed Tuesday from Iowa City where Mrs Williams has been takmp; treatments She seemed to be improving, but lias not been so well since corning home Mr. and Mrs. Morris Watson Sioux City spent the week end at the home of his mother, Mrs. Sue Watson, and other relatives. Mr. Watson is one of the staff of the Sioux City Tribune. The fancy work, useful articles, and home made candy sold well. The chicken pie supper was well attended and the ladies were pleased with the proceeds which amounted to one hundrec and ten dollars. Rev. Cassel occupied the pulpit in the Presbyterian church here Sunday evening in the absence of the regular pastor. Mrs. Cassel accompanied him Rev. Cassel was a pastor here about twenty-five years ago. Mrs. Mat Lutgen of Minneapolis, a former resident here, came Friday evening for a visit with friends and relatives. She nccompanied Mrs. A. Carlson, who came for a visit with her mother, Mrs. Ella Wlchman. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sloan and their daughter, Eulah, and Miss Neva Sloan of Cedar Falls, came Friday evening for a week end visit with home folks. They returned Sunday afternoon accompanied by Mrs. Golda Wooley, who will visit at their home. Mr. and Mrs. George Simmons and son, Ralph, of Irvington, were dinner guests at the William Riley home on Wednesday. They were moving to a farm near Rolfe where they will work for a Mr. Wichman. Oscar Riley moved Uieir household goods in his truck. The Delta Alpha Sundtw School class of the Presbyterian church, held their regular monthly party at the home of Mrs. Homer Boevers Thursday evening. Mrs. B. F. McFarlancl is the teacher. The evening was spent in playing games after which a lunch was served. The basket ban teams played the Ottosen teams on the local floor Friday evening, and exciting. The games were close The home teams won, the boys by a score of 28 to 26 and the girls by a tie, the tie being played off and the score was 27 to 26. The teams play Whittemore Tuesday of thia week. We hope they keep up their good work, of being the victors. The seventh grade pupils, accompanied by the teachers, -'Misses Williamson and Kuckenbeckei* went to the Await Jurgens home Friday evening and surprised Eileen Jurgens, one of their classmates, on her birthday. The bvening was spent playing games. Ice yearn and cake was served to the Quests by Mrs. Jurgens and all departed wishing Eileen many happy birthdays. She received a number of Ireful gifts. , Let the u. D. M.-B. estimate on your next Job of printing. WEST BEND NEWS. Mr. and Mrs. L. Jacobs and family were Fort Dodge visitors Thursday. A brother of Professor Sharr spent Saturday hunting pheasants with him. Mrs. Tom Clark has been on the sick list the past week with the flu. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Law are the parents of a son born Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. George Montag drove to Omaha Saturday to visit friends. Mrs. William Riley has been very ill (luring the past week, but is better at this writing. Mrs. Anna Stover of Minneapolis is visiting in the home of her daughter, Mrs. C. O. Miller. Mrs. I. J. Weber entertained a number of ladies at a bridge party Friday evening at her home. Rev. and Mrs. Zimmerman attended the Aid society meeting at Rodman Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs, Tiin siaven of near Congregational Ladies' Aid Chicken Pie Supper Thursday, November 20 at Legion Hall Beginning at 5:30 MENU Chicken Pie Mashed Potatoes and Gravy Cranberries Escalloped Corn Cabbage Salad Parker House Rolls Whole Wheat Rolls. Coffee Apple Pie Cheese Price 50c. Keep an Object in View The state of mind has much to do With the way the world Is serving you. If the world to you seems going wrong It need not be for very long. If you keep busy, work all day, Your blues will then soon pass away. Work and save with an object in view, And the world will soon look good to you. The Iowa State Bank has found good times Come mostly to those who save their dimes. Iowa State Bank Aigona, Iowa wxxwy^iixexf^ Thanksgiving Specials You will want your table set complete with nice silver. A well and tree platter to serve your turkey on as low as Royal Neighbor Thanksgiving Dance Thursday, November 27 I. 0. 0. P. ITall Leslie Whipplc Orchestra from Fort Dodge. All are invited. $1.00 per couple. 25c for extra women. A. (-enter piece for flowers with candle slicks to match. I, ' A two piece vegetable dish at ____ Bakers with'ox glass for _ (Jake and Broad Plates. Compotes for Jellies. Utility dishes for lishes and pickles. re- Ice tubs for extra ice. Fine quality pewter which is now popular and lasting. This will not tarnish. Fine water pitchers , .Sugar and cream- A CA ers at f.JU Large fruit bowls special at Olive Dishes 1 AA now at , l»"v Tea Sets, tray, pot, sugar and creamer 4 pieces at This is the time 1o match your table silver. We can match any pattern you have in either Sterling Silver or plaled. We have some beautiful new pa£ terns in Sterling and plated. Please just step in and look at the new line. Fred W. Wehler & Co. Jewelers & Optometrists. nff Q&OG888^^ •j-M 4

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