The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 11, 1931 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 11, 1931
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The Upper Des Moines-Republican, March 11, 1931 Mrs. W. L. Hagerhoffit of Eagle Grove \a spending the week with Mrs. N. O. Rice. Mrs. Henry Johannscn, Jr., was 111 several days last week with an attack of the flu. P. H. Carlson and Axel and Joseph Erlckson of Armstrong were business visitors In Algona Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Helgens and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Klrsch visited relatives and friends at Dexter, Minnesota, on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kueck and two children, Melvln and Ruby, of Lone Rock were business visitors In Algona Thursday. Little Diane Falkenhalner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melzar Falkenhainer •was quite seriously ill for several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. N. Vjlx>we spent the week end In Mason {Jity as guests, of Mr. and Mrs. B. F.fjBallard, former Algona residents. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Little and their •children spent Sunday In Humboldt as guests of the former's brother, Charles E. Little, Jr. Attorneys L. E. Llnnan and Edward Kelly of Emmetsburg spent Monday and Tuesday in Des Molnes looking after business matters. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Cook are expected home the last of the week from Dubuque, where they have been visiting the past three weeks. Mrs. George W. Johnson continues to be a patient at the Park hospital in Mason City where she has been taking treatments for about two •weeks. Mrs. Matilda Janvrln of Webster City -visited last week with her son, Wilfred -and friends In Algona and also at Bancroft. 'The Janvrins lived at Ban•croft for many years, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Krumm of Mason City were guests last Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Krumm's sister, Mrs. •George Free. Mike Weisbrod was down from Fenton Tuesday on business. Mr. and Mrs. 8. R. Durant have re- urned to Algona from Britt where they spent the past year on a farm. They are again located in their old home In the northeast part of town. Luke Kfflian has started work on his Pee Wee golf course which he built last year on Colby street, which must be a good sign that spring Js on the way. Mr. Killlan bought some new equipment recently and expects to do considerable work on his outdoor course. A. K. Cliff has been busy the past few weeks, remodeling and redecorating his store which is located in the old Modern Dry Cleaners tmilding. New paint and paper make the store a very attractive place in which Mr. Cliff can display his Maytags, Frigid- aires and Atwater Kents. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Brownell of San Luis Obispo, California, are the parents of a baby daughter who arrived Sunday afternoon. The little lady is the first granddaughter for'. J. A Brownell, who is already the proud grandfather of four boys, sons'of Roy Brownell. She has been namgd Jean Neleva. -.: Miss Inez Potter and Elm6r San ford of the K. D. James drug store are attending a Rexall salespeople's meet ing in Spencer today. There jvere : t< be about oeventy-flve Rexall employ ces present to hear a talk by the dls trict manager of the Rexall druggists who was to give instructions on saws manship. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Haseltine Tuesday after a visit of a few days with Mrs. Haseltine's parents/Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Cosgrove. The Haseltlnes have been living in Minneapolis but are planning to locate at Crockett, California, which is north of San Francisco. They are making'the trip by bus. Mr. Haseltine's parents live in Crockett. Other guests at the Cosgrove home over the week end were Mrs. W. R. Laird of Sioux Falls and Mrs. Mary Patterson of Cedar Rapids, daughters of Mr. and Mrs, Cosgrove. The family was all together for ;tne first time in two years. Jesse Qulnlan, the state man, was in Algona on official business yesterday. William P. Sullivan of Minneapolis spent Monday evening at the J. W. ullivan home. Paul Keneflck spent the week end in Des Molnes where he was a guest f John Jensvold. Mrs. John Llnnan of Maurice spent a few days last week Visiting her son, Attorney L. E. Linnan. Mrs. Edythe L. Dailey, who has been Iving in the Vera apartment, has moved into the Paul Clark home. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hopkins and shildren of Charles City are guests at ;he home of Mrs. Wm, Hopkins. Fred Wehler went to Minneapolis Tuesday to spend a few days buying spring goods for the Wehler jewelry store. There will be a St. Patrick's day dance at the I. O. O. F. hall Tuesday evening, March 17. The public is invited. Don Raney of New Jersey visited at the Dore Freeh home one day last week. He Is visiting relatives here and In the vicinity. Mrs. Agnes Laldley is expected on Thursday for a few days' visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Howard Vinson and family. Charles Wolfe and family and Mrs. Barbara Lothringer of LuVerne were visitors Sunday at the home of Rev. and Mrs. P. Braner. j; Our New Shops Will be open for business 'Monday, March 16th MARIGOLD BEAUTY SHOPPE I Over Bloom's Store. Take entrance between Coimcil Oak Store and i Radio Shop. Phone 803. • - MARIGOLD BEAUTY SHOPPE II . Over Iowa State Bank Phone 93 Wkteii S ^^aMrf ; lo?lttaouncenient of our annual permanent wave demonstration to be given soon after Mrs. Dailey returns from the trade show, in Chicago the first part of April. Very few permanent wavers have confidence enough in their ability to demonstrate before the public but Mrs. Dailey has been doing this for many years. We are proud to invite you to watch us give this demonstration. We have nothing to cover up. We have not built our business on the theory that there is a sucker born every minute. Quality and merit are the outstanding factors in the conduct of our business. When we bootleg a wave we charge accordingly ana we are the only shop in or around Algona which operates on these principles. Genuine Eugene Permanent Waves ; Genuine Eealistic Permanent Waves Genuine Frederic Permanent Waves See us before you get your spring wave. : '. jtfWVWWVWWWWVWWW^^ Dr. and Mrs. L. O. Baker came home on Thursday from Minneapolis, where they had attended a Minnesota State Dental meeting. Mrs. George W. Johnson Is a patient at a hospital In Mason City. She has been In rather poor healtlt the past year but is somewhat improved. Dr. John Kenefick of Winterset accompanied by his sister, Naomi, of !agle Grove, spent Sunday at the home of their uncle, Dr. M. J. Kene- ick. John Organist and Mrs. Elsie Danels, both of Minneapolis, were married Monday at the Trinity Evangelical .utheran parsonage by the Rev. P. Braner. Ruth Stokes who is taking a business course at the Mankato Commercial College at Mankato, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs: G. D. Stokes. ' Mr. and Mrs. M. T. McGuire are the parents of a fine baby boy who arrived Thursday morning. The baby is ;h e fourth child and fourth son of ;he McGulres. Tom Wagoner is opening up a bar- bfer shop in the half of the building occupied by Nick Maharas. He will probably be ready for business the middle of the week. Attorney Edward Kelly and his sister, Miss Mary Kelly of Emmetsburg were Algona visitors Monday. Mr. Kelly attended to legal business here and Miss Kelly visited with friends. Dr. M. J. Keneflck and Dr. W. T. Peters of Burt spent Saturday in Des Moines where they were guests of Dr. Walter Bierring at a meeting of the Des Molnes Medical Library club which was held at the Des Moines club. Miss Beulah Hartshorn is expected home from Des Moines today where she has been attending the state cosmetologists' meeting. Adelaide Elsen- barth of St. Benedict Is Dailey William Stahl of Burt was in Algona on business Friday. Otto Falk of Titonka was a business visitor in Algona Monday. Banker John Cullen of Whlttemore was an Algona visitor last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. William Treptow of i Burt were visitors in Algona yesterday, j John Torrlne of Livermore, was in the city on business last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Lee spent Sunday at Clear Lake where they visited friends. Sam Bloom of Mason City spent the first of the week visiting his sons, Joe and Al. Hilary Konz is, helping out at the Algona Furniture Excltange for the present. Henry Bunkofske and Helmuth Huenhold were Fort Dodge visitors last Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. B. M. Southgate of Britt visited with their Algona friends Friday. C. I. Mansmith, the Ledyard auto mechanic, was a visitor in Algona on Monday. Banker John Cullen and Editor Calry of Whittemore were in Algona on business Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord D. Shumway were Emmetsburg visitors last Thursday evening. Frank Nelson, the Ringsted real estate man, was a business visitor in Algona Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Bormann, Who live in Sherman township, were visitors in Algona Monday. Frank Thompson, the Swea City elevator man, was looking after business in Algona Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Claussen and son, Carl and daughter, Marjorie, visited at the Backus home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Zumach of Fenton were Algona visitors Monday and paid this office a pleasant call. The Royal Neighbors are giving a dance Thursday, March 12, at the Odd Fellows' hall. Everybody is invited. Paul Hamel, jeweler in Borchardt's drug store, expects to spend the week end in Cedar Rapids visiting a friend. Mrs. Josephine Watson-Mulroney of Emmetsburg was a business visitor in Algona on Friday and Saturday of last week. Mrs. Margaret Hoffmaster spent the week end in Algona at the J. W. Wadsworth home. Mrs. Hoffmaster teaches in the Corwith schools. Margaret Blossom spent the week end at the J. W. Sullivan home. Margaret is a sophomore at the Iowa State Teachers' College at Cedar Falls. Ann Murtagh and Harriet Thurston who are teaching in Woodbine, spen he week end in Algona with the form er's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Mur ;agh. B. P. Grose arrived home this wee] from Washington and will remain her for a time before going to California where Mrs. Grose and Lucile are lo cated. i White's Grocery Friday and Saturday Special McLaughlin's Keep Fresh Coffees 3 Ibs. 991/2 Coffee, 5 dozen clothes pins Free —,—, 3 Ibs. Merido Coffee, '' 5 dozen clothes pins Free — T t : ~r~ 3 Ibs. Gem Coffee, 5 dozen clothes pins Free 1 Miss Juanita Martin has been takir. Helen Zittritsch's place in the Shum way & Kelly law offices while Mis Zittritsch recovers from a sinus oper "PROTECTION" A Murder Trial Cast of 26 local People ALGONA METHODIST CHURCH (Union Meeting) Monday evening, March 16. Public invited. St. Patricks Day Dance TUESDAY, MARCH 17 ' I. 0. 0. F. HALL Music by Leslie Whipple and his Jayhawks of Fort Dodge. ing Beulah'o absence. Marriage licenses were issued to Leslie Alleman of Sheldahl and' Martha Sanders of Grimes; Henry Wichtendahl of West Bend and Lydla Selms of Whittemore; John Organist and Mrs. Elsie Daniels, both of Minneapolis; Fred Goltz of Wood Lake, Minnesota, and Clara Krosch of Elmore. Lorraine Tierney came home Thursday from Des Monies where she is taking a business course and will remain until after Easter when she will return to continue her work. She was accompanied by Gladys Larson of Wallingford who is also a student at the business college. Mrs. Larson spent the week end in Wallingford returning to Des Molnes Monday. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Buell of Bur have been spending the winter in St Petersburg, Florida, and in writing to have his Upper Des Moines-Republican, Hardy says: "After the issue of £ March 18, please send paper to Burt. \ Ji Florida has had more cold weather • -» this winter than usual. However, we have spent a very pleasant winter here. St. Petersburg Is a wonderful place for the tourist." Miss Bridgett Gaffney, who is one of the nurses at the Kossuth hospital spent the week end with her parents at Rockwell. She returned Sunday with Raymond Wehler, who had gone ( to Des Moines after his car which had been wrecked in a recent auto accident which occurred when Raymond's car was struck by a truck as he and some friends were returning from Des Moines where they had attended a .egion meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Anderson and daughter, Mrs. Loreen Simmons, re- ;urned home last week from an auto trip to Mobile, Alabama, where they visited another daughter, Mrs. Abbie Gust and Mrs. Simmons' little daughter, Jean. The child is troubled with asthma and the climate of Alabama benefits her so greatly that is thought best for her to live there for a time until she overcomes the trouble. The Anderson party also drove to Florida and report a most enjoyable trip. Rev. Metcalf and Mrs. Eva Towne returned Monday from Centervllle, where they were in attendance at the annual district preachers and Women's Missionary convention, which was in session all last week. The convention voted to hold a camp, the assembly and camp meeting at Iowa Falls in Baptist camp grounds August 13-23. In connection with this camp, there will be a Sunday School teachers' institute to train Sunday School teachers in modern methods, Other denominations may Join the institute while attending the camp. Those interested should write the pastor, Rev. O. W. MUlen, Iowa Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wright of Eagle Grove have moved back to Algona and will make then- home here. Mr. Wright has taken up an Insurance agency and will be assigned the position left vacant by the promotion of Mr. Jackman, who has been here for some time. Harry is well known In Algona, having lived here many years, at one time being employed in the defunct Algona State Bank, and later acting as deputy county treasurer under his father. Mrs. Wright is also well known here and will be remembered as Miss Gladys Dailey, deputy county clerk under O. J. Stephenson. The Wrights will receive & hearty welcome from their many friends here. -, 1 ^ kSt£ 3J8W- 'Owen 'came horn Saturday from. Sparta, Wisconsin where they had spent three weeks vis iting their daughter, Mrs. Hermar Housh. Mrs. Thos. Akrc was Quito seriously sick Sunday but her many friends will be glad to know that she had recovered enough Monday to be back in the store again. Mrs. Ethyl Morrison of the Morrison Beauty shop, spent the flrst parl of the week in Des Moines attending .he convention of the Iowa State Cosmetologists and operators. County Auditor Bertha Johnson, accompanied by her brother, Eric and her cousin, Gertrude Norman, drove to Cedar Rapids Friday for a visit with her sister, Mrs. Edna Forst. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Haubcrg came home Friday from Chicago where they had spent a week while Mr. Hauberg did some buying for the dry goods department of the Chrischilles & Herbst store. James Condy and Tom Ryan were over from Wesley on Friday and Mr. Coady paid this ogice a pleasant call. Mr. Coady recently moved from Union township to seven miles northeast of Wesley. Edith Bates came Friday and spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bates. Edith is a senior in the Iowa State Teachers' College at Cedar Falls and will get her B. A. degree in June. Loretta Howie has accepted a position with the Agona Insurance Agency and began working Monday. She Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Howie and has been taking a business course at Mankato. Ed. HUmer, Victor Parsons, Melzar alkenlmlner and Raymond Wehler rove to Des Molnes Sunday and Raymond brought his car which he had •ft there to be repaired following a ?cent auto accident. Mr. and Mrs T. J. Vincent arrived ome Tuesday from Iowa City and Oedar Rapids. Mr. Vincent underwent several operations in Iowa City for inus trouble. Their son-in-law, O. W. iawrence, drove them home. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Anderson are he proud parents of a baby boy born ast Saturday. The chllds weighed seven and one-half pounds and has been named Richard LeRoy. The Andersons have one other child. Misses Madonna Quinn and Eleanor Backus drove to Iowa Falls Saturday and Philomena Quinn, the nurse, who las been employed there, but is not well, returned home with them. While /here they were guests at tho Joe Todd home. Dr. R. H. Crawford left Saturday for New York City where he will attend some post graduate clinics which arc being given by the New York Academy of Medicine. Mrs. Crawford took him as far as Chicago In thq car. He will DC gone about ten days. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Laird of Des Molnes spent the week end In Al?ona. "Skin" gave a talk for the American Legion at Buffalo Center Friday night. He reports that his mother, Mrs. Ella Laird has been quite 111 with pneumonia. Her many Algona friends wish her a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Klrsch and two children, Rosemary and Arthur John, and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Holgens drove to Dexter, Minnesota, Saturday and spent Sunday visiting F. Helgens and Mrs. Leo Seefeld. Mrs. Klrsch, Mrs. Seefcld and Fred Helgens are all the children of Jerry Helgens. Smartness-with Economy This Wrap-Around $3.50 Thrift is the order of tb ft day— hut going without things ono really needs is NOT thrift I To present a well groomed appearance with thrift, wear a Wrap- Around* like this. Your clothes will look 100% better if you have a lightly boned Wrap-Around* of firm brocade. Hooks at side, and has woven elastic hip panels. For average figures. •Trade Mark Reg. U. S. Pat. Off. German Lutheran Church. Wooster and Elm Streets. English services will be conducted the .coming Sunday forenoon at ten- thirty o'clock. English Lenten services will be held next Wednesday at seven-thirty p. m. A hearty welcome awaits you. Bert Galbraith Sale Brought Good Prices. Bert Galbralth's sale Tuesday wns a great success. A number of good horses were sold averaging $105 a head. The top team sold for $242 and the top cow for $200. Good strings of Hoi- stein, Guernsey and Angus cattle were sold. The Angus cattle were the choicest ones of the herd the Gal- braiths have had for years. Bert is going to continue to live on the farm but will rent it and intends to travel in the interests of a milking machine. Algonian to Preach at Emmetsburg Gospels. Rev. Fred J. Clark, pastor of the Algona Congregational church, will be in charge of gospel services which are to be held by the united churches o Emmetsburg the weeks of March 15 and 22. Services will bo held each; evening at seven-thirty except on-Saturdays. During the first week the meetings are to be held at the Congregational church and the next week at the Methodist church. Mrs. E. H. Soper of Emmotsburg will be the chor- is leader at the meetings. GET RID OF DISEASE CERMS in nose mouth and throat Lofc Zonito cleanse qway tho Accumulated secretions, kill tho Borma, prevent disease. Highly germicidal. Soothing to membranes. X1UUSU. ^WVYWWVYWVWW^^ TEST your brakes free/ On this new Weaver Automatic Brake Tester E ~ erly equalized brakes— nilarly if they are of the wheel type—are essential for safe emergency stops. Up- equalized braking pressure will cause your car to swerve and possibly get out of control- easily resulting in a serious accident. 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