The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 3, 1930 · Page 7
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^^ '•: The Upper Des Moines-Bepublican, December 3, 1930 Rolrert Welter of Wesley was in Al- •gona on business today. , Kobus Tjaden of Titonka, ex-coun- *y supervisor, was in the city on business today. Peter N. Zeimte, prominent farmer .living near • Bode, paid this office a pleasant call. Ben Terhune, the Irvington rural anail carrier, was a business visitor in Alg6n& today. Mike Reding, one of the leading farmers in Sherman township, j?as an Algona visitor today. Miss Mabel Olson, of Hampton has "befen visiting her brother, Dr. H. M. Olson, for the past week or so. John Kuchenreuther, Jr., who is employed as elctrician by W. H. Koran, was ill during the past week and unable to work. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Holmes came home Thursday from Vermont, Illl- ndis, where they haa&one to attend th£ funeral of Mrs. Holmes' brother- 3n-;law. »t., c. 'JL, ' f(N *"v S% Mrs. P. L. Trlbon, *!trh& has mme truth a great success of her rummage /sales, will hold another sale in the old Council Oak store next Friday and •-Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. A Poster spent Sunday iriiPort Dodge where they were guests of their nephew, Dallas Poster, who formerly made his home in Algona with them. Dra M. J. Keneflck, B. H. Crawford and Walter Praser attended the meet- Ing of the Upper Des Moines Medical society at Emmetsburg Tuesday afternoon and evening. Bert Peck was up from. Port Dodge on business today,and stated that he and Mrs. Peck were leaving Monday lor California, where they will spend the winter months.. •; . 'A letter from Robert Raney who lives at Lemmon, South Dakota, locates him and Mrs. Raney at Minneapolis where they are both taking treatment, in a hospital. A. 0. Carlisle, well known Whittemore man, was a business visitor In .Algona last Saturday and is advertising his fine Duroc boars for sale in the "Want" columns of the Upper Des Molnes-Republlcan this week. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Shirley spent Thanksgiving in Iowa City visiting thetf sons, John, who is a student In the university, and Hale, who is a doctor in St. Louis. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. William Voas, who live in Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Martini of Emmetsburg were guests Sunday at the home of then- daughter, Mrs. Howard I. Hoenk. Before leaving for California Bert Peck gave his fine Studebaker sedan to his daughter, Mrs. George Stewart and her children as a Christmas present. It was a handsome and much apprecitaed present for the Stewarts who live in Cresco township. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Van Alstitte and family spent Thanksgiving at the home of Mrs Van Alstine'a sisters and husband, Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Williams. Their little daughter stayed here until Sunday when Mr. and Mrs. Williams took her home to Qilmore City. A dancing school is to be started soon in Algona. The Instructor is W be Miss Blanche. Classes are at present being organized by representa» lives of the Waterloo dancing school, which Is back of the school here. Further particulars appear elsewhere In an ad. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Marshall are the parents of a boy born Thanksgiving day. The baby has been named Richard Dwight. There are two girls in the family. Two of the Marshall, children died from intestinal flu within two or three days of each other early this fall. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wright came home Saturday from Council Bluffs where they had spent Thanksgiving with their daughter and husband, Rev and Mrs. R. A. Burrows. Friday al four went to Davenport to attend the marriage of Robert Wright, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Wright. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moulds received a telegram Tuesday telling of the arrival of a daughter, Barbara Ann at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hopkins in Glendale, California, on Tuesday morning. The Hopkins have one other daughter, seven years old Mr. Hopkins, who was formerly County Clerk here, is In the banking business In Los Angeles. Mrs. Hopkins is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Moulds C. M. Corey, former Algona man, now of Port Dodge, was in Algona Tuesday on one of his regular business visits here. Monday he and Mrs, Corey and Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Olson, formerly of Algona, and now also ol Fort Dodge attended the funeral of the ladies' father, Wm. E. Deiggle, who died at Neola Saturday. Mr. Deiggle was seventy-nine years of age, and had been in poor health for a number of years, although he had been seriously sick for only a short time. A Useful Gift for the Home Warm, Reversible and Plaid Wool Blankets Also Plaid Part Wool and Wool Nap Blankets v 11 50 9 r 3 Colonial Reversible Singles 100 per cent virgin wool, 70x80 reversible Colonial double weight single blankets. The finest long selected wool—lofty weave and a large variety of beautiful colorings. Triple stitched, fine sateen binding. Warmth without weight. Colonial Basket Weave Singles 100 per cent Virgin Wool 70x80 Colonial basket weave ffff{(\ double weight), single blan'cets. Fine long wool in two • I O\} tone basket weave with three tone contrast borders. Six colors and contrast colorings. Wide binding. Plaid Part Wool Doubles Fine part wool plaid double blankets 70x80 large sizes. A fine warm lofty blanket to insure warmth on cold nights. Rose, Blue, Tan, Green, Orchid in rich color combinations. Wide sateen binding. Nashua Woolnap Doubles Nashua Woolnap Plaid Double Blankets with fine twill weave, 66x80. A most popular warm blanket in all the new plaid color combinations. Clear rich colorings. A most unusual special value at this price. Block Print Escalloped Quilts Fast color. Points in beautiful block patterns with plain light reverse side and firmly bound escalloped edges on sides and ends. Especially good looking and wann. A very special value at Esmond Fancy Two-in-Ones A large selection of beautiful Esmond two in one single blankets in two tone and multi-colored Indian. Reversible patterns, 66x80 and 70x80 sizes in several price ranges, are now all specially priced ' •• ' '* ^* Lowest Prices in Years. Joe Sherman of Bancroft was an Algona visitor Monday. N. E. Sheridan of Bancroft was a visitor in Algona Friday. George Markla of Butt was in Al gona on business Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kriethe of Bur were visitors in Algona Saturday. Roy Davis has moved into the Mrs J. R. Laird home on East Call street. Editor Beth Cairy of Whittemore was in the city on business Saturday Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Peterson o: Titonka were visitors in Algona on Monday. The Hansen family of Des Molnei spent Thanksgiving at the J. B Johnston home. Mrs. Glen Raney and daughter Meredith, are reported ill and con fined to their home. St. Cecelia's guild will hold another rummage sale Saturday, December 6 at the K. of C. Hall. Mary Ellen, the little daughter o: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Anderson is report' ed ill with Scarlet fever. Mrs. Lewis Wilson and daughter Evelyn, of Mason City spent a few dayi in Algona last week with Mr. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Merrifleld spent Thanksgiving' day in Port Dodge at thi home of the letter's brother, Lyli Mathes. A number of cases of scarlet feve: are reported among the school child' ren and several homes 'are now undei quarantine. H. W. Miller drove to Minnesota Lake Thursday to spend Thanksgiving day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs Wm. Miller. Homer Barringer of Elgin, Illinois, is the new clerk at the Council Oak grocery store. He began work there a week ago Friday. Dorothy Huey, bookkeeper at the Algona Bakery, was a Thanksgiving day visitor at the home of her parents in Clear Lake. Mrs. J. H. Becker, Dr. Carrie Swesey and two sons, Jack and Homer, and two young men, friends of the boys visited their brother, Sid J. Backus Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hauberg came home Saturday from Davenport an.c Moline, Illinois, where they had spent Thanksgiving and the week end with relatives. P. J. Kohlhaas drove to Des Moines today to attend a Chevrolet dealers meeting. He was accompanied by L R Roderick, the Chevrolet dealer from lone Rock. George Elbtr. came home Sunday from Kansas City, where he had been since Friday. He made the trip with Rush Smith of Spencer. The men attended a Dodge car convention. Wm. Chubb was down from Minneapolis where he is manager of the R. G. Dun Company, and spent the Thanksgiving holiday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. E. Chubb. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Little and their children, Eugenia and Merlin, came home Friday from Sioux City, where they had spent Thanksgiving. They also visited friends at Lincoln, Neo- laska. A. H. (Curly) Grafton, who Is employed in Dr. Fox's office, left Satur- 'day 't or'Des 1 Monies;' where he• has relatives. He also expects to visit In Chicago and other points over the holidays. Mrs. James Phillips who was recently injured in an automobile accident, and who returned to the hospital for further treatment, is improving and expects to be able to go to her home this week. Lorraine Tierney returned to Des Moines today after having spent a •\ytek of Thanksgiving vacation with her mother, Mrs. George Holtzbauer. Lorraine is taking a business course in Des Moines. Richard Mitchell of Port Dodge, chairman of (the democratic state committee, stopped off in Algona Monday on his way home from Chicago, where he attended the Notre Dame-Army foot ball game. Phillip Walker of Minneapolis was a guest from Thanksgiving day until on Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs Will F. Walker. Phillip has recently opened, an office as a public accountant in 'Minneapolis. 70 oft vvy^^ Buy Yourself a Philco Radio at Hobarton Bowl for HEALTH "HUB" Recreation Parlor Algona, Iowa 17-29 Mrs. Chester Ward of Humboldt was a visitor in Algona yesterday. Wash Harris-of West Bend was in Algona on business yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Kadtng of Fenton were shopping in Algona yesterday. Judge Coyle of Humboldt was attending court yesterday and calling on old friends. Donald Cronan of the Borchardt drug store, was a Fort Dodge visitor last Sunday. Attorney Edward D. Kelly of Emmetsburg was in Algona on court business Monday. Fred Ward, the rural mail carrier, is ill and Harold Patterson is substituting for him. Paul Geilenfeldt came up from his studies at Iowa State College for a Thanksgiving vacation. Mrs. Sallie Kranz, mother of Mrs. T. H. Chrischilles, has gone to Salt Lake City for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Williams of Grinnell visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cronan over Thanksgiving. Mrs. Horace Hamilton of Minneapolis spent Thanksgiving at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Horigan. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Briggs enjoyed a visit last week from the latter's parents whose, home is at Fairmont, Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Marc Moore and children came over from Mason City last week for a brief visit with relatives and friends. Ole Dahl, a former Titonka man, who has lived at Brltt, for several years, died recently of Bright's disease after a long illness. 'Mr. and Mrs. E. D. McDade and children Betty and Donald ,of Des Moines were Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dana Paxson, County Clerk Orton and Mrs. Orton are happy over the arrival of a little son who was born November 25th. This Is the fourth son fpr the Ortons. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Holdren of Compton, Illinois^ brother of Mrs. Mary Runchey, left week before last for .. Sioux Rapids after visiting here with • relatives. Ann Murtagh and Harriett Thurston came from Woodbine, Iowa, for the Thanksgiving vacation at the home of the former's parents, Mr. anc Mrs. C. B. Murtagh. William Turley, the Lakota lumberman, and Ben Farrow, another prominent Lakota man, were transacting business in Algona yesterday and made this office a pleasant call. Mrs. Cora Virgin and daughter, Thelma, left Sunday morning for their home in Lincoln, Nebraska, after visiting the former's mother, Mrs. M. E. Worster, since Thursday. Darrold Newville spent the Thanks- _iving vacation with his parents, Marshall and Mrs. Floyd NewvilleV Darrold is a second year forestry student at Iowa State College at Ames. Ruth McMahon spent the Thanksgiving vacation in Algona at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. /CcMahon. Ruth is mathematics instructor in the school at Galva, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Vinson returned Sunday from Gary, Indiana, where ;hey'Were guests of Mr. Vinson's sister, Helen, and her husband. The Vin- sons left on Tuesday of last week and made the trip by auto. Walter Lichter, one of the efficient employees at the Goodyear Tire Shop, tias been laid up for two weeks with a wrenched back and has been unable ;o work. It will be another week before he will be back on the Job. The closing out sale at the Kraft- Misbach store continues in full blast. This week the store has a four column ad in the Upper Des Moines-Republican telling of some of the outstanding values, one of which is on men's lounging robes. Marriage licenses were issued this week at the county clerk's office to Nicholas Sandt and lone Farrow, both of Bancroft; Correy Haas, of Whittemore and Nellie Zenor, of Estherville; Gustave Dietrich' and Plorentina Lenz, both of Rodman; and Joe Risius and Johanna Rippentrop, both of Lakota Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stock and little son, John, of Sioux City, and Miss Bernice Stock, who teaches physical education at Eagle Grove were the guests from Thanksgiving until Sunday at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Stock. Kenneth is a member of the Sioux City Journal staff. Katherlne Van Ness, who is attending Iowa State Teachers' College at Cedar Palls, spent Thanksgiving at her home. Miss Van Ness will receive her B. A. degree at the close of the present term. She has held a primary state certificate for several years and taught for two years in the Jefferson Iowa, schools. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hagg spent Thanksgiving at the home of Elmer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hagg in Algona. Elmer is still representing the Sioux Falls Argus-Leader and has charge of the circulation in a numbei of South Dakota counties and he and his wife make their home at Parker South Dakota. A note from our old Algonian, E. A Wolcott from Hollywood, California asks that the Upper Des Moines-Republican be changed to Phoenix, Ariona, where it is supposed that he and his family will spend the winter. Mr Wolcott spent several months visiting his many friends in Algona and Wisconsin points this last summer and had the time of his life. Among the college students who spent the Thanksgiving vacation at home were: Julia Dearchs, Marion McMahon, Darrold Newville, Paul Gell- enfeld, Julius Winkel, Paul and Eugene Hutching, and Donna Burtis from Ames; Loretta Howie from Mankato; Jack Hilton and Kyle Keith from Cedar Rapids; Lucille Maleug, and Margaret Blossom from Cedar Falls. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Morgan left on Saturday afternoon, starting on their trip to California by auto and spent the night with the Wm. McCulloch family. Thence they went to Grinnell to visit H. E.'s relatives, also at Keokuk and the Kinny Bysons at Tall- arah, Louisiana. Then they went on to California, where H. E.'s brother, James, resides and the Morgans will spend the winter there, returning home again in the spring. Bert Peck was up from Fort Dodge yesterday looking after his property • •••••••••••••••• mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm TOYS The Newest to Amuse The Kiddies Welcome to the Joys of Toytown Toys to please every child's taste. Be sure to bring them down here tomorrow. Baby Cabs Baby Carriages / Doll Furniture Tinker Toys Tool Chests DOLLS Sleeping Dolls Talking Dolls Mamma Dolls See Our Big Assortment For Christmas Blocks Horns Games Horses Wagons Airplanes Bloom's Store interests here. He and his wife expect to leave Port Dodge December 8 for Long Beach, California, where they will again spend the winter. Last spring when they returned, to Iowa they concluded to stay in Fort Dodge during the summer because their Algona home was occupied. Bert says ;hat he has had enough of driving his :ar to California, and that they will go west this time by railway. They will probably return to Algona in the late spring. Miss Dorothy Whitney of Lakefleld, Minnesota, spent from Thursday until Sunday here with her parents, Mr. end Mrs. W. L. Whitney. ' Dorothy is teaching Latin and English in tfie Lakeneld high school. Mr. and Mrs. William Berry of Winnebago, Minnesota, Mr. and Mrs. A. Cunningham and daughter of Amboy, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clausen and family of Duncombe were guests at the Backus home Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. George Elbert rind Mrs. Eugene Kenefick are driving to Des Moines today to see "Cherrl°s Aie Ripe" featuring Vllma Bnnky and.RooK LaRocque in cerson, which is plant njf'j. tonight at. the Shrine Auditorium Chris Wallekait, manager of the local Council Oak grocery store, spent Thanksgiving day at his home at Humboldt. Henry Behnke,. who Is also employed at the Council Oat store, spent the day at his home in Whltte- more. Let the U. D. M.-R. estimate on your next Job of printing. uwwwvww Service Second to None ince •u, 1 he most important part about a printing job is the speed, the accuracy and the quality of work a printer can offer. A printing job delayed is always a loss to a business establishment. Place your printing with us and you will be assured of prompt delivery and of quality of workmanship that will bring results. Our plant includes every modern printing device. We print everything from calling cards to newspapers. Let us help you with your printing problems. 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