The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 3, 1930 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, December 3, 1930
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The Upp^r Pea Moiaes-ftepubllcaii, December 3, 1930 Ooach Harold Pohlrnan spent Tfianksgfoing vacation at bis honw in Melrtn. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Nielsen of Al- goo* spent Sunday at the VIggo ahris- Mr. and Mrs. Kick Bruer attended the funeral of the former's sister at Hartley last week. Miss Txralse Klocke of Hollandale Minnesota, is visiting with Bancroft friends this week. Mr. and Mrs. Rov Richardson and children of AJeona spent Sunday at the Dr. E. A. Howe home. The Charles Baker and Si. A. Saunders families spent Trtanksgfrfne at the Walter Welp rjome at Hmnboldt. Rudolph, Regina and Gertrude Fangman spent Thanksgiving at Alta with their brothers. Alphonse and Lawrence Fangrnan. The Mesdames Refine Rossman and Fred Plata will entertain the Ladies* Aid at the church basement Thursday afternoon. Miss Marion Thum, principal at the Bancroft public school, spent the tree* end at the home of her parents at Manchester. ; Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Kramer and children spent Sunday at the hotn.i oJ the lady's sister, Mrs. John Haupert at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Seeney spent Thanksgiving at OUumwa at the home of the lady's siste*, Mrs. Charles Luchtel and family. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Coyne are the proud parents of a baby hoy born on Wednesday. They now have three boys and nine girls. Miss Julia Vaske returned from Mankato, Wednesday, where she completed a business course at the commercial college thsre. Miss Leona Sandschnlte of Mason City Is visiting at the home of her father, Joseph Sandschulte and with other relatives and friends here. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Button spent Thanksgiving with their daughter, Doris, who is attending college at St. Paul and also with other relatives. Francis and Regina Berens drove to Automobile Licenses Now on Sale. Clerk Carl Pearson of County Treasurer KrnseTs office has charge of the automobile business and the sale of the 1931 numbers started Monday, tte reports * good business and for some time a forge crowd stood in line. Those who desire certain numbers can usually obtain them when calling early. Many chose to have their ear number and telephone number the same. Othes desire the same as the 1930 number white others Just want any old number. ing commercial cottege at Maakato. spent the week end at the borne of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Pear- Omaha Thursday and spent the week end with then- sisters, Mrs. Lee Bro-ara and family and Miss Leona Berens. Miss Agnes Olson, who is attending college -at St. Peter. Minnesota. spent Thanksgiving at the home -of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Olsoa. Ret, and Mrs. A. A. Howe and their children of Buffalo Center spent the day Thanksgiving at the home of the former's parents. Dr. and Mrs. E. A. Howe. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Murray and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barnes of Blue Earth. Minnesota, spent Sunday at the Joseph Engessor home. C. W. Miller and sons. Clarence and Harold, of LuVerne visited- with the! daughters and sisters. Lulu Richart and Florence and Margaret Miller on Friday. Miss Amorita Schiilz who is a? lending Good Counsel academy a Manka'o. spent the week end a! th home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Schfltz. Miss Margaret Miller was on the sick list Friday and Saturday and was unabie to attend to her duties at the Conlon bakery. Her sister, Florence substituted for her. Mrs. Lyle Dickey and airs. Howard Jones left tfcs latter part of the week for their home in Ames after a rid at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs, John Schneider. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Grethan ant children of Mallard spent Sunday at the home of the lady's mother. Mrs. Mary Segar and at the G. D. Hart and John Williams homes. Miss Mary Doyle left Sunday for Prairie du Sac, Wisconsin, after spending the past week at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Dojie and with other relatives. Miss Georgia Carmean spent the week end with her sister, Mrs. Eari Elliott at Rockford. Illinois. She re- iyzw^ BTTfcT HEWS. turned home Monday and Mr. Carmean met her at Algona. ilarjorie sad Ambrose Welp of Bumboldt spent the week end at the M- A. Saanders and Mrs. J. H. We!p noajes. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Welp came up Sunday and they returned Miss Doris Pearson, who is attend- j home with them. Mrs. F. L. Tribon Will Hold a Rummage Sale FRIDAY and SATURDAY . December 5 and 6 In the building formerly occupied by the Council Oak store, one door west of the Ford Garage. Miss Lettie Matron had a big shipment of goods which came too late for our former sale and has turned them over to me to sell at same price. Among these goods are a wonderful line of sill; and wool dresses, also the finest blankets, all of which will be ^olcl at the lowest prices. Sale starts at 9 a. m. Friday, December 5. Come early and get your size and color. Mrs. F. L. Tribon ig&o&og&a-eeeaea^^ Uoyrf Bchenek recently purchased A Ford sedan. Harold Smith began work In the pool bail Monday. Kfs. j. o. feenberger has been on the sick list the past week, Miss Beraice Godden spent Thursday hi Algona with friends. There will be no school Friday owing to the teachers* institute at Algona. Mrs. R- L. Cogdill spent Saturday and Sunday at the H, A. Smith borne. The John Briggs family moved hi' to the Henry Kircher house Saturday. The Methodist ladles will hold then- bazaar Friday, December 12, at the church. £Jjss Lulu Hawcott visited at the home of her brother. Win., hi Algona Thursday. Walter Bunkofske came home from Milwaukee last week. Re has been working there. Sirs. Aurilla Coffin entertained the Birthday Circle at her home Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Smith spent Thanksgiving day at the A. H. Fuchs home In Bancroft. The junior class play, "AmusuV Susan" will be glren at the Beltane Theater Thursday night, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Gaston who hare been at the Meinzer home here left Friday for Phoenix. Arizona. Mr. and Mrs- W. T. Boorae were Thanksgiving day guests at the home of Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Peters. Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Schmidt and son. Forest, of Buffalo Center, were calling on friends here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Schmidt and son of Ccrsrith spent Thanksgiving day here at the Paul Moore home. Mrs. Charles Reynolds had the misfortune to hare her hand badly injured in an electric wringer last week. Walter Stewart had his car quite badly damaged when he ran into a ditch to avoid striking a car recent- Over IOO Dresses s* Mrs. J. E. Clifton and Mrs. C. S. Toffin entertained the Ladies' Aid at the Clifton home Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Harry McElroy of Eagle Grove is at the Roy Ringsodrf home caring is at the Roy Ringsdorf home caring Quinsy. Mrs. Aurilla Coffin spent last week . Algona with he- daughters. Mrs. larry Mcilurray and Mrs. W. E. Mc- tonald- Miss Helen Thompson came up from Cedar Rapids to spend the week end I with her parents, Mr. and Mis- H. A. Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Duncan and son, W. H. Smith and daughter, Olive, were Thanksgiving guests at the Tom Trenary home. L. A. Marguardt of Moorehead, Minnesota, spent Thanksgiving day here at the home of his sister, Mrs. Jess McDonald. Wm. Toebbin spent last week here with his mother. Wm. is a mail clerk on the Rock Island between Des Moines and Chicago. A number of ladies from Burt attended a district group meeting of the Woman's Home Missionary society at Gamer Tuesday. In a Sensational Holiday Clean up Sale Worth up to $19.75 Take your choice of a lot of 100 dresses, all new styles. Values like these only at Bloom's store. Discover these smart dresses for yourself. Dresses up to $19.75 on sale Friday and Saturday only at $6.95. Bring your friends to this sale. Ill One of the large plate glass windows in the Smith department store was broken during the hard wind on Tuesday of last week. Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Clifton and two J* children drove to Marathon Thursday ", j to spend the day with Mrs. Clifton's ' j mother and sister. i ' Mrs. Anna Meinzer, Miss Anna [ i Meinzer and Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Kai j tusk" of Pert Dodge spent Thursday [ I at the A. H. Melnzer home. [! Mrs. W. L. Stott was able to come ! home last Friday from Des Moines, whc-re she recently had an operation. j Slu- is getting alpng nicely. Miss WitsTme Valentine came home Mrs. Mayme Hofius, Sirs. Lloyd E3- ston, Mrs. G. J. P. Vogel and Mrs- Lloyd Schenck attended the Mothers and Daughters _club banquet at Good Hope Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sche&ck and children drove to Mankato Thursday, where they met Lloyd's mother and sisters of Minneapolis and spent the cay with them. A shower was given in b/jr_or of, Mrs. Stanley Black at the Lweard Dittmer home Friday evening, ifany useful and beautiful presents were received by Mrs. Black. Misses Esther and Ruth Hodgson, fKK. Sanborn. where she Is teaching to! ilrs - A- **• Meinzer and Mrs.- Doaald £ii«id her vacation with her parents, wler we re among those who ai-«sd- r. a I ed & federation meeting of the Wo- club at Algona Tuesday. tltCTRICAL ;nd Mrs- A. G. Valentine. Mr. and Mrs. Ornlle Stow of Laie- f.*:i Miaaesiia, vzre Thanksgiving Mr - a= d Mrs. Ray Ladendorf at th* home ot Ornlle's par- \ "P from Rock Island last week io Y£Senu, Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Stow. { J - E*y[s parents, Mr. and Mrs. W- A- Miss Clara Shaw who has . , . _ _ — », ... . E Mr. -«tA U.-*.. Iver Norda are stay- : fc«^ at . the Clyde Brssto* h«n* d&Eng i returned with them. • ' with irtente, wl'.h relatives in IHiaois. Mr. and Mrs. C. F~ MeDon&M of ,, .,, _ _. „. .. _. ^ ; ~i«ij: Cttj-, Mr. and ifin. Vtf#mm ef , ¥L ^ -"'1, Ts ? Rin ^ rf a»« gaxa Falls, axah Dakoia. were sfae «^dreK iptr.-. ThanisehtKg ia? wiih;. ^,,5*3 at y^ o _ p, .MeDoeaJd fcflfm* lire. R^igaic^-! s parenrA, Mr. and i Thanksgiving rfay. Tfcty alw v^ijtA Mrs- Pa5 M.'i.^gaa. z^ar Biricrof*,, ; j,|j^_ McDo&aid ai the Koeaoth tsf&pi- W. F. Main eaa-js u-p frooa Osdar Ea-! *-*^. «*«e sh% has b&en f«r ***wa! I joyed a rteit laa- -meSc. trees the £soa- er*s after, MJS. Gssr* Tifgto ssaA bet daognter, Thsfais of LJaoSau raska. Mrs. Gtry Estn aasd dasgWer, toisixte of V&zczvii nnA Ma» Jaita LiESTeJdi zsji Wufc Ba%- of Lefcate were oner Svsfetj vi&iass as sbe Ered Parks boesze. Mrs. Stiso. if£A vax tetter from Ttoez City last w&&. to tee OaJhsJate sani- issimsi. John rtsamed Jaxae the last ol toe wMsk, Mss. Loea" e&s<££Sati re- on afcc-ot the Mas Martass Pottet ixrrites SJie pab- llc to attend & piograoi and tntial s& the vstoo£ ivo miles fi of S'~ BHaedi road Decttafcer 12. The Mothers zorH DKsghtea dob ist &e&ul&& to mset Deseadsmr lltb vtoh Mrs. W. L. Manto in Al&xxt. the for &&Kaetixi wfQ bt and Use leader Fred Partut. Wm. Gne#afit!d of moor was teten to fei» isoie* SatieinJs;r iirxn tscop&xl vfaete h* wa* £ w&m i* f.ttJ ?JK«S aS hit f-j^K* mf*ia^£ &ss ti* r'Hii at the Sams* <if I -i. J. G- llr. ar.d Mrs- Ed. DrsiKftTV aai Mr, a-'.d lfr». H. A. H*:t?fc>irr »«c. : S lo E- .. .._-.. . ,, WHA Ice birthday of Mi*. Jay Grahaai a&d ^OR fe«y retorn firwua L_ efcorea *h* fe«nd & raw*** ot !*•- L. R. FiyJlw faaxUsr, of Sfos J>r, U 0. P«*5*T faaiil? Kfjsnx late s*A ®& K, C. toaA L. D. returoed home arid Mrs. C. if. SalafeTj.; *jta JofiT-sce* ar.<f Elisa Schryrer! v> GraoKicaw S<IMSV vh«re f Dr sad Mrs. O» S-iroEa aad difidren, Mr. Mrs, Paal tfjK. at meeting December iT* o< /!aona, Alfred Mat- ^ 10 at ^^ K C - P* 5 * 4 ** !«»»*• Supper J - -°" "*^^^|r^ | will be cenred, each member taking Automatic Washers General Electric Refrigerators o; %.'•. Mr. arjd Mr*. V/. P. Stewart dror* j So West Bend Thursday spen: She day with Mrs. parents, Mr. aid Mrs. J&a. Prana-* ih*7 f Stewart's ! Tfc* v/ooi&n'* eiab mei Monday night . th* hooie of Mrs. H- O. Buell with i'rn Schryver as assistant hwt- ess. Th* foSiwring program was ghr- ro?J can, Latin American or paper. "High Life, Spanish\ American," by Mrs. G. L. Carroll; book Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ringsdorf, Mr. i r«1*w, "Stwst neaert.." by Mrs. BaO- and Mrs. W. E. Brace, Miss Gladys i ey; paper, 'Tarting lnfl(«ence," by Waffle Irons Toaater* Percolators For Children- Wagons and sleda For Men— Tools in sets Lamps Kohlhaas Hardware — JS6X0XieM&X8^^ g i Brace and Don Straley were gtitsu 0: at the Gerald Brace Jjo-me Thanksgiy- y,'~- ing day. g ; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ringsdorf, and Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Boettcher call-' ed on relative.} at Wesley Sunday. W.' P. Giddings returned home with them for a visit. A number of friends and neighbors gave Mrs- Jake Stewart a surprise on her birthday Monday of last week. She received many useful and beautiful presents. Miss Irene Aten spent her Thanksgiving vacation here with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. S. H. Aten. She returned to her college work at Storm Lake Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Thaves accompanied relatives from Lakota to Madrid Sunday where they spent the day with the former's cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Drermntl; reading, "Canaan" by He»«rn Peters. Julius Tfaavee. A large number attended the county federation of Woman's clubs meeting in Algona Tuesday. The R. E. Morgan family were visitors a week ago Sunday at the Willis Cotton home in Lone Rock. J. H. Fraser, who caught his hand in a busking machine four weeks ago and had one finger badly lacerated, Is now recovering rapidly. Mr. and Mrs. John Simon were at West Bend Tuesday due to the illness of Mrs. Simon. ST., who has beta} in very poor health for some time! Airs. G, c. Stewart and family en- Husbands are to at— t&€se social gatherings and the public is also invited. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Huldeman attended the Clark family reunion on Thanksgiving day at the home of Mrs. HiUdeman's parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. immmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmu What Will Make a Better Christmas Gift Than a One Minute Washer ? A, Clark in Algona. Others present were the Charles Reaper family of near Irrington and the H. R. Clark family of International Falls, Minnesota, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Freeh and son, Dore, of Algona. Clifford Worster, a student at Des Moines and Charles Lindhorst, a student at Iowa State College at Ames, came home for Thanksgiving. Clifford was met at Garner by his parents, returning Sunday night Charles', father, Homer Lindhorst drove to i Ames Wednesday afternoon and the family took Charles to Fort Dodge' on Sunday where be took the bus for Ame*. Charles Winandy of Chicago while coming here a week ago Saturday to visit bis wife and son at the home of the wife's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Simon, became W on the way and underwent an operation for appendicitis and on the following day was brought from th« Kossutb hospital to the Simon home. He is now recovering nicely and the family expect* to return to Chicago the last of this week. „ SILENTW AS TH€ NIGHT * No racking noise— the new One Minute runs so quietly you can barely hear it. Stubborn collar bands and cuffa are washed in its sanitary porcelain tub so swiftly you can hardly believe it possible. Does beautiful work with safety to finest fabrics, NO OILING NO GREASING Tht ill«Ht @H8 g*in ««i mteltunieiil and Time payment* M low as $2,00 per week mako it easy to own tbii modem washer. Foster Furniture Co.

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