The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 1, 1931 · Page 9
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 1, 1931
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The Upper Des Moines-Republican. April 1, 1931 lave Pageant Sunday* . , Woodrow Sarchett. Fenton News Items ,.. people will present a pageant! Hf 0 ^ B111 Katn the Be*,,™*™ -The Dawnln-" S» £"*? »««>*> Wm. Ferguson, tri*. ,« Saturday to attend the funeral of th Hobbs of Spencer was a busi- former's sister, Mis. Rose Gross, wh for Donald Hutch. i'Sif'v 1318 ? 1 ? 163 ' Women and others; i#B »th beautiful solos and choruses Ohristensen, Mertln Bobl * LaBarre of great hymns by the con- tion will be given Sunday after- at four o'clock. Paxeou. Chorus, i glorious Bestir eg™"'"" scene wiii ue done In this great ®SPS$, to ^£ h ft ,«"•*» ° f fifty peo- <** 1 ° will partiSpatej. The; public's and a sliver offering , The cast is as follows: Prologue reader, Bev Clark Centurion, Harold Hutchins.'. • Soldiers, John Shllts, Bill Dailey and »OD apencer. Magdalene, Mrs. Michel. • Mary, Margaret Bartlett ,_ . —-i Meredith Lathrop. Salome, Beth Backus. Lame Man, Dr. Klahr. Bhoda, Mrs. Lee. tfohn. John Hargreaves. Peter, George St. John. James, Craig Smith. Andrew, Melvln Shllts. Philip, Lyle Baney. Bartholomew, Ed. Norton. Thaddeus, John Ferguson. Cross Bearer, Donnie Smith. Organist, Mrs. 8. Dunn. Director, Mrs. Boland Steele. Aged Man Died Here Last Sunday. Nathan Miller, 90 years old, died at his home in the third ward Sundav morning from cancer of the throat and face. Mr. Miller came here from Je«!£' fwhere . he had been a blacksmith, about twenty years ago. He had mar- second tune and llttle Is known — lue In Algona, except that he l^Y 68 , te mo " r i his wife and two sons "" " live In Jesup. Funeral services held In the Laird & Belmer cha- irfii,-« es( l ay af tenioon at four o'clock with Morton Pedersen of the Seventh Day Adventists officiating. Burial was in Jesup, friends and a Wlddell and Mrs. W. .T. Welsbrod. young m amed folks class held ^ Games were P 1 ^ «* V Crowd Sunday guests at the G- D. Belken home. Mrs. W. J. er a Count y meeting of Four-H iu club leaders and officers. -„_ Grow and & ... -_ Terril, spent Sunday the John Espe home. The Grows are former acquaintances of Mrs. William „'- La kin, who makes her home with her Monday to son-in-law, Mr. Espe. uncle, LeBoy Newel, home this week Monday, - Muier -- - ——• -•——•*»» TT*J-i lll\J VC the week to then- home nmltvT^ fondly occupied by the -.. Smith C. Klrkegaard family. Mrs. Jake Nelson of Bingsted accompanied Mr. and Mrs. John Kramer and children to Bradgate Sunday to spend the day with relatives. Mr -and Mrs. G. M. Miller and grandson, Sidney Bruce Humphrey went to SZ^JSH? ™* Monday 7 to spend _ Andrew Berkland left Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin, last Monday where the latte r will of ^ Mr> r al i? Mrs> WUHam Huskamp and sons, LeBoy and Bobert and Mr. and Mrs. irvin Huskamp were entertained Miss Marietta Helgason of Bingsted, ^^"V^y^^.teachers, vSted Hrgle ' H- Quality and Style We're-as-proud of these values as you will be of these New Spring Styles. At prices lower than you would expect frolm their smartness and quality. Our prices are consistently lower—our quality, fit and service is steadfastly maintained. "We Are Pleased to Show Them." SHOE Co. SHOES AND HOSIERY. . ? 6 was re - ele °ted at Rlng- again for next year. . of Jocal E Pworth Leaguers the Good Fellowship rally at West Bend last Wednesday evening «r i. meetln B was sponsored by the West Bend Epworth League. accompanied Rev Btont ot Est hervllle to Sioux City last week Monday where she spent the week visiting friends! They returned home Friday. an d Mrs. Mikes Weisbrod drove ™ B £ nd Saturcj ay to meet thei? granddaughter, Verona, who came ±?rf Coe C , ollege at ce dar Itap spend a week of Easter vacation. The local Epworth League members held a party in the M. E. church par- onllor last week Thursday evening. About of forty young people attended. Games He returned were enjoyed after which refreshments 1 were served by the hostesses. Mrs. W. J. Welsbrod. and son, Donald, drove to Fort Dodge last week on Friday to meet Miss Florence Wels- brod, principal of the junior high school In Spencer. She will spend a week of Easter vacation at the home of her parents. Miss Lily Basmussen, one of the local teachers, spent the week end visiting with relatives in Mankato. While there she attended a symphony concert. Her brother, who Is a student at Hamllne University of St. Paul, was the leading cornet cololst In the orchestra. A district spelling contest was held last week Friday at Cylinder. Miss Alice Laabs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bhinehold Laabs, won first place. She is a pupil of Miss Helen Huskamp 1 district number six, Independenc township, two miles west of Fenton She will go to Emmetsburg April llth to compete for the county champion ship. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hansen left las week Thursday for Benson, Minnesota to take charge of their daughter's children and home. Their daughter Mrs. Boy Kerker, had an infection in IB New Spring Rugs over the the right eye and it had begun to affect the left one. She went to the Twin Cities and will have an operation for its removal the fore part of this week. The members of the evening bridge club were entertained last week on Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Yager with Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Widdel and Mr. and Mrs. F. p. Newel as assistant hosts and hostesses. Onus. Newel won high score prize. Befresh- ments were served at the close of the games. This was the last meeting of the season. Old Livermore Lady Die* in San Antonio Livermore Gazette: Word was re to of L ^ m r^ r ° m ^n InlorSo exas, of the death of Mrs cSfe 80fnnt 5 e J ate John Conner. £rttabfai?$ ?? nners were P r ° residents of Livermore a Rood mun years ago and wlll*e remfmbereH " Lakotan Sentenced on Liquor Charge. B rf t^ii sha ^ er of near Lakota appear ed before the grand jury Tuesdav am Plead guilty to malntaLing aliat.or nuteance and was fined $300 and colts and sentenced to three months In the county jail at hard labor. £" default °f, fpa 5™f nt of the fine, he Is to lay It out at the rate of $3.33 a day. White's Grocery FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS Big 3 No. 10 Fruits LEDYARD NEWS. y. caller Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Halverson were shoppers at Blue Earth on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. o. O. Engelbv and VlSittag Datives a Howard Mayne and Mrs. T Earth M J- and Mrs. Asa Warner and their Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dutton of Al- Peaches, sliced, can Apricots, peeled Prunes at , Loganberries at .58c .63c : 45c 83c Blackberries at 73c r~ — BUc. Raspberries A0_ Pineapple crushed A9 ~ 93c Cherries, Bed __*. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B^PBHBBHBBBBBHB^H Auction — Pianos Remember- -Only 2 Days Friday, April 3 and Monday, April 6 The entire stock of new and used pianos Including late, attractive apartment sizes taken by manufacturer from bankrupt dealer have be*n shipped to FOBT DODGE and will be sold at auction at JONES PIANO HOUSE. Each piano will be sold to the highest bidder. Arrangements can be made for terms to responsible party by making a down payment. . Sale wUl open at 2 o'clock In the afternoon and 7 o'clock In the evening. JONES PIANO HOUSE Parver Bid* Fort Dodge, Iowa. Elvln Carpenter of Cedar Mrs. Prank Mentor and daughter was a caller at the Acheson home on Sunday. Miss Mary Habegar of Worthlngton Minnesota, Is visiting with her siste Mrs. Sarah Imhoff, this week. The Christian Endeavor society wil have their annual sunrise meeting a seven o'clock Easter morning. Ne' officers will be Installed. Margaret Zimmerman was brough home Thursday. She has been in th Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge for an operation for appendicitis. •• Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wlrtz and then- daughter, Dorothy Jean, and Guy Pos were visitors at the Sloan home on Sunday. Mrs. Post returned home wit! them. Mrs. John Benninger was taken to Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge .Wednesday, she underwent on operation for appendicitis and the removal of her gall bladder. Misses Ivey, Greells and Jennings were week end guests at St. Ansgar visiting with Miss Thelma Price. Miss Price taught the junior high school here last year. The girls' basket ball squad went to Algona Tuesday to have then- pictures ;aken. The squad will lose three first ;eam and two second team players by graduation this spring. The Epworth League play, "At the 2nd of the Lane," was given March 27 nd proved to be a success. It was given in the high school auditorium and was coached by Alvin Maberry. The senior class went to Fort Dodge March 27th to have their pictures taken. They attended the matinee of the show there but were forced to return home early on account of the storm. Larger Assortment-Lower Prices Floor covering lends a perfect finishing touch to the comfort and the beauty of any room May we show you a tremendous selection of finest domestic Rugs? Note the low prices—the rare savings Axminster Eugs, 9x12 size Velvet Rugs, 9x12 size ' 29.75 37.50 Felt Base Rugs, size 9x12 Wilton Velvet Rugs, 9x12 size American Orientals, 9x12 size __ 6.75-9.75 59.50 105.00 LARGEST RUG DEPARTMENT IN THE CITY Foster's Furniture Company ™ Wrtw ^ WWJWV ^^ tne Leon Worden home here. A market day sale was held here on Thursday afternoon. A arge crowd attended and everything sold well Mr and Mrs. D. D. Maxon of Earth and Mr. Maxon's sister were calling on old friends here Thursday The M. E. Ladies' Aid society met at the church parlor Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Moulton, Mrs. Pingle and Mrs. Welmer were hostesses. The M. E. choir of Lakota presented cantata here Sunday evening A arge crowd was present and enjoyed he cantata very much. A music contest for high school orchestra and glee clubs was held here Satwday. Burt won first In both classes. Our orchestra won second and the glee club placed third. WEST BEND NEWS. , thMrs> Joe Mikes Is on the sick list Miss Eva May Fisher was a caller at Algona Saturday night. Charles Biley was a caller at the Wm. Biley home Sunday. Mrs. T. A. Clark and Mrs. J. A. Bardsley visited in Buthven Wednesday. Mrs. A. S. Bookman of Pocahontas Mrs. A. Gearnan ana children, lan- tha and Harlan, motored to Cedar Palls Friday, lantha plans to enter Iowa State Teachers' College there this spring. They returned home Motn- day. Mrs. H. A. Sloan and Mrs. B. H. Sloan and daughter, Eulah, returned lome from Cedar Falls Monday. Mrs. X. H. Sloan plans to spend the week of spring vacation visiting friends and relatives. Mrs. H. A. Sloan has been visiting in Cedar Falls and Waterloo for the past two months. They report that there was much more snow in that region than here. Wednesday morning letters were awarded to the basket ball teams. Those who had played in three-fourths of the games received major letters, while those who played in three or more games received minor letters. Major awards went to the following: Dorothy Sloan, captain, Anna Christensen, lantha Gearhart, Wilda McCullough, Mable Williams, Esther Habe- gar, Margaret Berninghaus, William Schmidt, captain, Harold Mikes, Herman Ludgife, Glen Blair, Harlan Gearhart, Cornelius Judgens, and minor awards were given to Mary Ludwig, EC na Thoman, Al Wilderman, Ted Mun son, Clifford Munson and Balph Ma berry. A very large crowd attended th Lions club Banquet from Fort Dodge Bancroft and West Bend. A seven • o-clock dinner was served by the horn • economics department. Program wa as follows: toastrnaster, Dwlght G Elder. Fort Dodge; song, America leader, James I. Dolliver, Fort Dodge music during dinner by the orchestra dinner; address of welcome, Dr. P. O Dorweiler, mayor of West Bend; response H. B. Murphy of Fort Dodge; selection, Fort Dodge Lions club quartet, James I. Dolliver, Jack Burnham, Eugene O. Gustafson and E. D. Lindsey; dance, Miss Marjorie Smith of igyssz®^^ SEXTON NEWS. t&&8&&88XXf8^^ Mrs. August Kirschbaum has bee ick the last few days with the flu. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Phillips wer Monday afternoon callers in Algona. Miss Ila Olsen spent last wee Thursday night with Miss Edith Green field. Mary and Helen Wise were Sundaj afternoon visitors with their frienc Arlene Brethorst. Mrs. Sarah Wise and Mrs. DrusiUa Noble spent Monday with Mrs. Mack Wise east of town. Mr. and Mrs. Bobert Bellly and lit tie son spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Pasley. Choir practice is to be held this week at the home of Mrs. Orvllle Hedrick on Tuesday evening. Miss Viola Baker of Blue Earth Minnesota, Is visiting for two weeks with her sister, Mrs. John V. Huff. Mrs. Arch Burger and sons, Frank and LeeRoy of near Titonka, were Wednesday visitors In Sexton last week. Mr. and Henry Phillips and their snudren were Sunday dinner guests at Jie home of her mother, Mrs. Sarah Wise. The Sexton young people's choir will sing this week Wedneday evening at Ae revival meeting held this week at LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steven were th guests at Sunday dinner with his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven lorth of town. Miss Ila Olsen spent Friday nigh ith Mrs. Otto Neuman on account o he storm. She went to her home on aturday morning. The Easter program will be held at le Sexton church next Sunday morn- ng during the Sunday School hour eglnning at eleven o'clock. Mrs Mack Wise will entertain the Sexton Ladies' Aid this week Thursday afternoon at her home east of town. Everyone is welcome Mrs. Maynard Nail and little daughter, Diana Mildred of Wesley were Wednesday visited with her sister, Mrs. August Kirschbaum, last week. Miss Mildred Kutschara took the bus from Sexton to Clear Lake last Friday evening to spend the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lou <utschara. Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Strieker and family of near Irvington were Sunday dinner guests at the home of their nephew and wife, Mr. and Mrs. John Miller and family. Mrs. Peter Bretahorst of near Buffalo Center, has been visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Brethorst for a week, but was taken sick so Mr. Brethorst took her home Sunday afternoon. Lloyd Steven south of town met with a very painful accident last week when a cow kicked him breaking three ribs on the right side near the breast bone. .J 8 Setting along nicely at this writing. ,, TMrs - Harvey Steven, Mrs. Sarah Wlse * n 5 Mrs ,' ,¥°y d Steven attended the Ald ,, J °»y last week Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Raymond Hansen south- A number of the local school teachers and their pupils are planning to attend the county choir meeting In Algona Saturday. The teachers will meet In the morning and then the teachers and pupils will meet together In the afternoon. Mrs Joseph Fraser, who was taken to the hospital In Algona a week ago on Saturday, is getting along nicely now. She was taken out to the home of her sister, Mrs. Sarchett, near Algona last Thursday, but will come home Tuesday of this week Mrs. August Klrschbaum received word Saturday of the death of the little eight months old son of her cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Elsenmamf of near Woden. The little one was In the hospital at Mason City for three days when it passed away. The Els- enmann have.two other children. Klrschbaum could not attend the funeral Sunday afternoon as she was 111. 33% Increase ¥3.50. y ° U can buy the same shoes at Neville's for 5 that last Ladies' Burson hose, out size, black only at 15o a pair. Children's hose, all colors and all sizes at lie a pair. Thev haVp ~a~n)nn"i™,T""i/'i, T "[^"vv; Calf men's y nave a nine Iron oak bend sole, Goodvear welt we sold them at $3.95. Now you get them fc biggest shoe value In the United States today. Men's new oxfords for Easter just arrived. Neville's Shoe Store ALGONA, IOWA. •WVWWWYWVWi' , Fort Dodge; selection, Lions club quartet; address, District Governor A. Baymond Grant, Vinton; presentation of charter, A. O. Glenapp, president of Fort Dodge Lions club; acceptance of charter, Dr. 1. J. Weber, president of West Bend Lions club. •NOTICE- Truck Owners! Here's a Buy! 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