The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 26, 1930 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, November 26, 1930
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The Upper Bes Mbittes-lte^ttMicftii, kovember 26,1930 n WIMTIRIIE Yur Car Right now before the weather grows colder, drive in. Put your car in safe, well-trained hands. Have it thoroughly checked. Make your car safe, sure and sound for winter driving. Quicker Starting Higher cranking speed and hotter starting spark are derived from a new or fully charged battery. Let us test your battery now. Save it charged or trade it in on one of the correct electrical size. You will find Willard and Firestone Batteries moderate in price and backed by our personal guarantee. See our new battery built for cold weather starting. Winter Whittemore Cowrie Married November 19. Whittemore, November 26. Special: The marriage of Miss Erna NaaS to Thomas Shealer took place last Wednesday afternoon at the Iftitheran church. Rev. Wm. Faulstick performed the ceremony before a large crowd of friends and relatives. The bride wore a long gown of pale pink satin and tulle. Her white veil was attached to a cornet of pearls. She carried pink roses and baby's breath. Her maid of honor was her friend, Miss Freda Dled- rlch, who wore a long gown of black beaded georgette over rose satin. She carried red roses and baby's breath. The groom was attended by Donald Naas, a cousin of the bride. After the ceremony a dinner was served at the home of the bride's parents to the immediate families. Mrs. Shealer Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Naas. After being graduated from the Whittemore high school she took a business course in Mankato. She Is very accomplished and will be a helpmate to the man of her choice The groom Is the youngest son of Mr. and Shealer and has made his home with his parents on their farm north of town. The senior Shealers have moved Into the home In town which they have purchased and the newly-weds are now at home on the farm. A prenuptial shower was held last week for the bride at the home of Mr. and Mrs John Shealer. Otto Neuman Buys Store at Sexton. Otto Neuman, who has been runnlnor the Yellow Lantern and Coffee Shop a Wesley, has sold out to James Stacy o: Algona, who will take possession about December 1. Mr. Neuman has purchased the M. E. Qulnn store In Sexton and plans on putting in a genera stock of merchandise about the flrs of the month. Mr. Neuman conducted a store in Sexton for a number o years and sold out about two years ago to Mrs. Wise. «K«0»»»»^^^^^^83:«»&»»» ST. BENEDICT. Smooth Operation Unless your ear is Alemited by specialists at their job you cannot expect to dodge winter repair bills. Genuine one hundred per cent Alemite service gives you free and smooth operation of every vital part of your car. It also includes the flushing out of gears and differentials by a special Alemite process and forcing in special winter lubricant- spraying springs with Alemite Graphite oil. You can thoroughly depend on the man that serves you. > Protect Your Radiator Cold winds and freezing weather will cost you money unless you drain, flush then refill your radiator with an anti-freeze solution. 188 proof Alcohol, Ever-Ready Prestone or Eadiator Glycerine will give you one hundred per cent protection. T. F. Howard spent the week end with his folks at Albia. Mr. and Mrs A. J. Fehr were shop pers at Algona last Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fehr were Sunda\ dinner guests of the latter's mother Mrs. Rose Arndorfer. Mr. and Mrs, Georue Cink of Wes ley visited Sunday afternoon at the A J. Grangenett home. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Seller of nea Sexton are the proud parents of a bab boy born Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Arndorfer spen Sunday with the latter's parents, Mr and Mrs. Isadore Eisenbarth. Mrs. E. F. Rahm and Mrs. Wm Eich were callers at the home of Mrs John Huschka last Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Streit of Alwma were callers Sunday afternoon at the home of Banker and Mrs. E. F. Rahm. Mrs. John Huschka. Mrs. Mary Raskopf and families were Sundav dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Al Rosenmeyer. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Downs of Indiana Harbor, Indiana, are the nanny parents of a baby girl, born at the Kos- sutli hospital last Thursday. This makes Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Raskoof grandparents for the first time. Fenton News Items L E. Birthday Party— The M. E. Aid society birthday par- y which was given last week Monday veriing at the church parlor was large- y attended. Supper was served at slx- tiirty at twelve tables each decorated o represent a month of the year. Waitresses dressed according to the able she served. Guests were seated at tables representing the month of heir birth. A program was rendered after supper as follows: oratorical eadlng, "Cross of Gold," Donna Jean Bailey;; cornet solo, Harold Geronsln, accompanied by Maxine Weisbrod; dramatic reading, "Angel's Wlckeness," Ruth Glaus; vocal duet, Mrs. H. C. Lindsey and Mrs. A. H. Meyers; humorous selection, "Mother Would Learn ,o Drive," Dorothy Stlgman; and vocal duet, Mrs. W. P. Welsbrod and Mrs. Elmer Welsbrod. At the close of this program the entire assembly sang 'Happy Birthday to You." The ladies cleared in the neighborhood of ninety dollars. M. E. Aid Met— The M. E. Aid society met last week Friday in the church parlor. Scripture reading was given by Mrs. R. C. Goetch. Prayer was offered by Rev. J. T. Snyder. The society voted to pay one tnin- dred dollars of their pledge at this time. They also voted to buy more silverware. The boys' glee club of Mornlngside College, of Sioux City, is scheduled to sing here on Saturday evening, December 13, if rooms and meal? are provided for the day and n ght A discussion was under way to hold a futher and son banquet about the first of the year. They decided to sarve suppers for the brotherhood meeHngs for the next four months. HostMSCp were Mesdames C. G. Humphrey, R. C Goetch, H. C. Lindsey and F. H. Ligler. ' Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Miller were Sunday dinner guests at the H. N. son home in Rlngsted. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Weisbrod and son, Melvin of Ringsted spent Sundaj at the E. C. Welsbrod home. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Johnson drove to Sioux City Saturday morning for an over Sunday visit at the E. E. Kearn home. Mr. and Mrs. William Huskamj drove to Rochester last week Tuesda morning where the latter will tak treatments. Mrs John Boevers and Mrs. Viol Mitchell were visitors last Tuesday a the home of Mrs. Carrie Haase ir Fairmont. Mf sdames Kate and J. F. Newel. F. Wfiisbrod, Emma Curry and W. E Stoeber were Estherville visitors las week Tuesday. Mesdames E. C. Weisbrod H. C Reimers and F. C. Bailey attended briSf Party at the J. W. Flemin home in Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. C. Frank of Charle City spent last Thursday and Frida at the home of their son, E. J. Frank, of this place. ay In visiting her friend, Miss Reyolds. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Welt, Mr. and Mrs. ames SheHdan and Mr. and Mrs. R. N Bruer of Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Boettdhier of Burt, Mr. and idrs. Ray Reimers of Ringsted, Mr. anfl Mrs. H. O. Reimers of this place and Mr. and Mrs. William • Reimers of WTiittemore were entertained _at the !. c. Weisbrod home last Tuesday ev- iilng. ' C. W. Laurltzen bought the pool hall n Whittemore last week and took pos- ession at once. The family expect o follow him the first of the new year. The Lauritzens have been residents of Fenton for the past twenty-one years, he past few years having been pro- orletorS of the Sunshine cafe. Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Walte entertain- d the Dr. Whitlow family at their home Sunday. Miss Laura Battles, operator in Reta's Beauty Shoppe, left Sunday for her home in Jefferson. She wUl accompany her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C Battles to San Benito, Texas, for a month's visit at the home of her grandparents. The new operator, Miss Esther Fabrizius of .Muscatine, arrived this week Monday. She comes high- V recommended from the Thompson Beauty School in Des Molnes where she was graduated with high honors. The local high school basket ball teams played their first games of the season with Ringsted last week Tuesday evening at Ringsted. Both teams were defeated. The score for the girls game was 27 to 23 and for the boys 15 to 5. On Friday night Fenton and Cylinder played a double game on the local floor, Fenton winning both games. The scores were: girls' game 29 to 18, boys' game 31 to 16. The line-up for the bovs' team this years is as follows. August Krause, captain, Frank Dreyer. jumping center, Carl Voight, guard, Lawrence Glaus, forward, Harold Geronsin, forward. P. F. Kriethe had his tonsils removed last week. Wm. Toebbin visited with his mother here several days last week. Roy Ringsdorf has been confined to his bed for several days with tonsil- itls. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jennings were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clark on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Boettcher were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Keith Sunday. Miss Rose Wiese entertained the Neighborly Circle at her home on Friday afternoon. A baby boy was born Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. Raney Putz at the home and Mrs. Hans Mauritzen and nd Mrs. Armand'Madsen of Rings were visitors last week Monday, evnlrTg at toe .0. W. Lauritzen home. and Mrs. Henry Wendt of Du- We take care of all preliminaries and then let us check your tiros. Poor non-skid i roads on slippery roads are dangerous. Punctures and slow leaks are disagreeable. A new Firestone Built Tire, new tube or repair will save an accident that usually costs more. We trade tires. TIRE COMPANY Algona, Iowa SAV,AMAWW^rtfltfVvwww^ With allowance for your old battery A genuine 13-plate, 6- volt, 80-ampere - houi Ford battery. A remarkable value. Made oi best materials; fine workmanship; rigidly tested and fully guaranteed. Drive in and let us install one in your ear. We'll give yon an allowance on your old battery. Kent Motor Co. Phone 434. v . Wendt is a niece of Mrs. Fauer- George Boettcher family moved week. Mr and Mrs. Ellis Stephenson and family of Newton spent from Friday Si Sunday at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Step-i enson. Mr and Mrs. Merle Culbertson of this place. Mrs Phillip Wander left last week Thursday via Webster City for a two weeks' vLt with her parente. Mr *nd Mrs A. A. Meyers and other relatives in Freeport, Illinois. and Mrs. F. P. Newel entertained club at their home DAYS OF SUFFERING NOW QUICKLY ENDED The neit time you start one of tht« days, let the imlan: relief you gtt with Dittard'e Aipttyum. Almoit before you know it the pain disappears, your nervef suddenly rc'iax. With Aipeigum you (bew the pain away. For It li the finest aipirin obtainable put up in chewing gum form. Now you can take aipirin any time, any place. No water. No bitter taste. No choking leniation. Because you chttu DUlard't Aiperguru the aipirin mixes thoroughly with the saliva 10 that all ill (oolbing qualities are effective quickly, continuously. It brings quick relief from aching beads, toothache, the paini of neuritis, neuralgia, even rheumatism. If your druggist docl not have Dillard'i Aspcrgum. send for a free *ample to Health Product! Corporation. D«pt. A, 11) Noltb 13th Strict, Newark, N. J. was served after the games. Miss Gertrude Jackman, teacher in the Cylinder school spent Tuesday and nrsdav nights at the F. H. aoim honfe She is coaching the junior declamatory students at Lone Rock. W E Stoeber purchased the old r S it C fofa S ^r S hatrerr^ large crowd in attendance. The rural mail carriers and their families attended a county meeting last week Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Priebe A small crowd was present, due 'to unfavorable weather conditions. After the usual business meeting a covered dish luncheon was served. Warren/oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Newel, former Fentin residents, now of Hartley, suffered the loss of the end of his middle finger on the left hand while playing football, when one of his team mates stepped on his finger and the cleats injured it so badly that it was necessary to have the end amputated. Floyd Lakin of Estherville visited his mother, Mrs. William Lakin, last week Friday. Mrs. Lakin accompanied hei son to Estherville where she will con- fult a doctor. She has recently submitted to a minor operation and has rot yet recovered and is thought to l.ave contracted influenza thus complicating matters. The following three won out in the seventh and eighth grades to compete in the Junior declamatory contest this year: oratorical class, Donna Jean Bailey, whose selection is "Cross of Gold"; dramatic, Ruth Glaus with "The Angel's Wickedness'^; humorous, Dorothy Stigman, with "Mothei Would Learn to Drive." Mi', and Mrs. F. C. Bailey and family, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Krause, Mr and Mrs. E. A. Welsbrod and Gordon Wels- brod were Sunday guests at the LeRoy Newel home in Hartley. Miss Martha Gilbert, one of the local teachers,_ accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Welsbrod as far as Spencer where she spent tlw The Home Guard girls are busy selling jelly to raise their share of money for their pledge. The American Legion Auxiliary met at the home of Mrs. A. N. Jensen on Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reynolds have moved to near Algona where Carl will work for A. J. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. James Winjln drove to Sioux Falls Saturday to visit with Mrs. Winjin's mother. Frank Reynolds is visiting at the home of his sister, Mrs. Clyde Shipler near Lakota ,this week. Howard Chlpman of Mason City spent the week end here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Chipman. The Fresebyterian Ladies' Mite society held their annual bazaar and dinner Friday. They cleared over $130. The U. and I. Circle met with Mrs. J. H. Schroeder Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. J. P. Stow was assistant histess. Charles Fox called on friends here last week. He was enroute from Kansas City, Missouri, to his home in Surrey, North Dakota. About twenty-five men from here attended a meeting of the Brotherhood in Algona. The address was given by Judge Clock of Hampton. Mrs. Robert Bartlett and her father, J. H. Schroeder, drove to Hector, Minnesota last Wednesday to visit Mr. Schroeder's sister and family. Dr. W. T. Peters went to Iowa City Thusrday to attend a medical meeting. Melvin Bourne took care of the doctor's practice while he was gone. A number from here attended the funeral of Mrs. Mary Winter at Bancroft Sunday. Mrs. Winter lived with ler daughter, Mrs. Alice Anderson Mrs. Henry Manus, Mrs. Lillian Zelgler and Edwin Manus drove to Northwood Sunday where they visited with Mr. and Mrs. George Manus. The old barn back of the Marvin hotel was torn down last week. The lumber will be used to build a shed for the machinery owned by the county Union Thanksgiving services will be held Wednesday night at the Methodist church. Rev. S. H. Aten will deliver the address and everybody is invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Davison received word last week of the arrival of a grandson November 17th at the home ot their son, Superintendent and Mrs. Frank Davison. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Olson of Auburn, Washington, visited here last week at the home of their son, Charles Olson. This was the first time they had met for the past twenty years. William Mann of Monrovia, California, spent Wednesday and Thursday of last week here with his grandmother Mrs Ada Mann and his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stahl. Mrs, Julia Rawson gave a very interesting talk on her trip to the Holy Land at the Methodist church Sunday. Mrs. Rawson was entertained at tho home of Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Clifton on Sunday afternoon. The car driven by the highway men was wrecked again near Swea City Saturday. No one was injured but the car was badly damaged. Mr. Paylor was driving this car and had an accident about two weeks ago. Durwood Moore brought his mother home Friday from Mount Vernon, where she spent several weeks at his home. Mrs. L. J. Schmidt also spent the week end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore. Mrs. Fred Hingsdorf and W. L. Stott drove to Des Moines Sunday to visit Mi-8. Stott who IE at the hospital re- SPECIAL OFFER FOR Down Payment and $6,22 a Month Easy Terms—Valuable Premium On New Model 22 AutoMatic DUO-DISC For a short time only we will include with each AUTOMATIC Washer 2 Johnson Portable Rinse ( Tubs without charge. This fine quality Washer is priced at $99.50 Casta, or slightly more on eary terms. You'll admire its beautiful Porcelain Tub done in the populs Suntan, with Green trimmings. A new invention . . . "Silent Cable Drive" makes it almost noiseless. Runs in ... so quietly you can hardly hear it. The Only Washer That Has INVERTIBLE AGITATOR You'll appreciate the convenience of the Invertible Duo-Disc tator . that washes a few pieces or a tubful For washing aj , the Duo-Disc is placed in the bottom with a small amoun] i me J--" _ r , t , i ,.„„,-]. a j » or . f or -\vaSB Kohlhaas Hardware covering from. E. recent'operation. Ray MeWlhorter Is also a patient there. They both expect to be able to come home this week. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ringsdorf and Mrs. Elizabeth Ringsdorf will go to Maxwell for Thanksgiving day at the Brink Shipler home. The latter will go from there to Maquoketa to the home of her daughter, Mrs. Frank Barslou, where she will spend the winter. Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle and Dr. C. H. Cretzmeyer of Algona went to Iowa City last Thursday to attend a medical meeting. Mrs. Mann accompanied the doctor home for a visit. M. E. Polhemus also accompanied Dr. Clapsaddle to Cedar Rapids to visit his son, Warren. Miss Harriett Schrader and Stanley Black gave their friends a surprise by getting married several weeks ago at Charles City. Miss Schrader was graduated from the Hurt high school last spring and has lived all of her life in Burt. (She has many friends the couple years of happin Black lived here until about ago, when he went with his pi Cache, Oklahoma. He returnee 1 some time ago and has sir working here. FARME1 CaH on us when have hogs to sel] Algona Hog Marl Truck Service. Phone; C. &cN. W.Raili Yards Flowers for thel Thanksgiving! Dinner Table JWien nothing Is left but the frame ot the turkey and empty dishei a centerpiece of flowers will remaint as a reminder of the occasion We will gladly assist you in the selection of the proper blooms fol your Thanksgiving day table. ALGONA GREENHOUSES Phone 305 Alijona, Iowa.

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