The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 15, 1931 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 15, 1931
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Former Emmetsburg Boy is Ordained. The tTpper fres Homes-Republican, April 16,1931 Algona Contractor Buys Six Model A Ford Trucks * w 5f re he atten ded the cele- ~ e flrst mass of **v. Path;. armod y Boyle, which took lnt CIara ' s churcl < on Sun™ «* t ordina «°n took place at Mundelien on Saturday. Thirty-eight roen.were ordained by Cardinal A dinner and reception Hayes hotel durlng the Father Carmody Boyle is a foster ° Dr ? H ' er . of Tom Carmody, having been metsbur y Carmod y ^mi)y in Em- Burt Boya Are Building Autos. Monitor: A new make of automobile out-Austining the Austin, has been made right here in Burt. it is called the Maytag Special and is constructed from a small coaster wagon with an old Maytag washer gasoline motor for the motive power, transmitted by a belt to the wheel of the wagon. It has a seat for. the drive? and chugs along at a good rate of speed. The Schrader boys are the engineers and builders and hold whatever patents are available on 'the new car. ^^ Prepare for Summer Driving Trade in your old liros for Now Tfitrli Speed*! Fravy Dui iVs or .Super Heavy Duties Casing and Puncture .Proof Tubes. mVINOTON NEWS. ass Tom Chilton was a business caller at Port Dodge one day last week. Miss Cecil Thornton left Sunday evening to spend a fow weeks visiting at jEmmetsburg. Miss Hannah J. Brown of Marshalltown spent the week end at the home of Miss Helen Dole. Mrs. O. L. Miller and Mrs: ft. G. Let us Electrify Your Clock — By installing the new motor. Wo can put this motor into any size case. No winding, no regulating — just plug Into your light socket. Come in and let us explain to you just how It can be , done, and you will always have correct time. Wo have In mantel clocks the Seth Thomas electric, also spring wound gong strike at $10.00, 2-tone strike at $14. We repair any and all clocks and watches. We specialize In fine expert repairing. We are certified watch-makers. Pine letter engraving and remodeling of Jewelry. We take in and allow you for old gold in exchange for goods or repair -work. F, Wf Jewelers «nd Optometrists. Phono 340. Pry were business callers at Swea City one day the past week. Miss Mabel Potter of Spencer spent the week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ov L. Miller and family. Mrs. Lee Miller of Algona spent Saturday evening and Sunday at the home of her son, O. L. Miller and family. Mrs. John Frankl of Algona was a Saturday afternoon caller at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. David BIythe. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thornton and family left Monday to spend a few days visiting, with relatives and friends at Mason City. Miss Annabelle Bordwell of Livermore spent one day the past week at the home of, her sister, Mrs.- Douglas Biley and family. Mrs. Russell Pry of Algona,has been spending ,a few days the past week at the home of her daughter, Mrs. O. L. Miller and family. Kay Watson, who spent the week end with his wife and children, left on Monday evening for his home in San Francisco, California. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Riley and family spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Biley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bordwell and family of Livermore, I Mr. and Mrs. Howard King and fam- I ily of Emmetsburg spent Sunday evening at the home of Mrs. King's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Prank Thornton. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thornton and family, accompanied by Mrs. Thornton's brother, Charles Shipley of Fairmont, Minnesota, spent Sunday at the I F&nion News Items P. T. A. Meeting— The regular meeting of the parent- teachers' association was held in the high school assembly last Tuesday evening.. Community singing was' en- Joyed, led by Miss Martha Gilbert, with Maxine Weisbrod nt the piano. Rev. J. T. Snyder's address in relation to the child, the teacher and the parents brought home many good points to everyone concerned. Three selections were contributed by a, male'quartette composed of Edmund Wittmus, Wilmar Kantelman, A. H. Meyer and Gus Krause. A girls' sextette featuring Jorena Dreyer, Alice Hantelman, Leono Borchardt, Marjorie Bailey, Alma Ped- home of Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Thornton of Armstrong. Mrs. Ida Riley, who has been confined to her bed with high blood pressure, is now on the road to recovery. She is up and around and is now spending a few days at the home of her son, Arthur Riley and family. Miss Helen Dole, who has been spending the past three months visiting at the home of her brother, Elmer Dole wMffft^nily/ "-—•-• — • — erson and Helen Radig, sang "Twilight Hour." An amusing one act play entitled "Beauty Secrets," was given by Mesdames E. A. and E. C. Weisbrod, H. C. Lindsey, G. D. Belken and E. W. Ruske. The business meeting followed with the annual election of officers. O. J. Stephenson was elected president- W. E. Stoeber, vice president and Miss Matilda Kressin, secretary and treasurer. The sum of ten dollars was voted for the purpose of replenishing the flower beds. This was the- last meeting of the year. A community dinner and program with sports was planned for the last day of school, May 22. Standard Bearers- Miss Edna Lauritzen of Whittemore entertained ten of the local Standard Bearer members and their counsellor, Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod, last week Monday night, at her home in Whittemore. After the ritual reading and ahti also af the hojijepf lief aunt and' uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dole of Stillwater, Minnesota, returned home Saturday to visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dole and family. Superlative Service To Men and Women of the City , TO THE business meeting the following program was enjoyed: Candle light services and roll call, "The Giving of Scripture Verses"; a reading, "The Blessed Book" by Miss Lily Rasmussen; vocal solo, "Someone is Looking to You," Margaret Stephenson; a playlet in three acts, "As College Girls See it in Haw-Nan " was presnted by Marjarie Bailey, Ardis Voigt, Margaret Stephenson and Barbara Randall. The program war in charge of Miss Nettie Weisbrod. The entert^imeoti.was,vln charge of Miss Lauritzen. A two course-luncheon was served by the hostess -'and her mother at the close of toe entertainment. married Last Week— The marriage of John Fuhr and Miss Alvina Helgens took place last week Wednesday .at seven o'clock at the Lutheran parsonage, Rev. W. R. Kabelitz officiating. Miss Lillian Schal- lin acted as bridesmaid and Hans Krause was the groom's attendant. The bride wore a gown of beige silk lace and the bridesmaid a flowered silk crepe. The bride is the elder daughter of Mrs. John Helgens and has grown to womanhood in this vicinity. The groom has lived in this community for a number of years and is well known. Mr. Fuhr has rented the Herman Krause farm west of town where they will go to housekeeping at once. They have a host of friends who join in wishing them a bright and happy future. Surprise Party — left her favorite recipe. She was the recipient of many beautiful am! useful gifts. Refreshments were served. Mrs. T. N. McFall suffered an attack of lumbago last week. She is greatly improved at present. The Junior-senior banquet will be held at the Kermore hotel in Emmetsburg this week Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Miller of Ellsworth were visitors this week Monday with Mrs. William Lakln at the John Espe home. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod and Mrs. H. E. Roimers were guests at the R. N. Bruer home in Bancroft last Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Eric Wlngren and Mrs. Olaf Schonstad of Minneapolis visited from Friday until Monday at the Adolf Gramenz home. • Miss Sylvia Smith, a cousin of Mrs. E. D. White and Clarence Koerner of Rockford were visitors Sunday at the E. D. White home. Edmund Wittmus instructor in the Lutheran parochial school, attended a teachers' institute held at LuVerne on Wednesday of last week. Frank Bailey and family, Mrs. Kate Newel and Miss Agnes Goetsch attended the Seneca class play, "Welcome Home.Jimmie," last Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schulte and family returned Thursday from a visit at their parental G. E. Formals and William Schulte homes at Gaylord Minnesota, The west side Kossuth county base ball tournament will be held here this Not only do we pick up and deliver in record time when there is haste indicated, but our service has only one standard of quality, no matter what the speed is to be. We are geared to handle speed and peak loads and you are the beneficiary. Let us take care of suits, coats, dresses, drapes, rugs, carpets and all household items that will need a good cleaning this spring. Modern Dry Cleaners Phone 537 Algona, Iowa. Last Monday evening a group of friends gathered at the home of John Fuhr and gave him a prenuptial surprise party. The evening was spent in playing cards. He was presented with many gifts for his new home. Refreshments were brought by the guests and served before departing. A similar shower was held on Tuesday afternoon, honoring the bride-to-be Miss Alvina Helgens, at the home of her sister, Mrs. Karl Neilson. The afternoon was spent in visiting and each guest Shoot your auto troubles to the Klamp Auto Company. We service all makes of Oars. Simmons Brothers are experienced trouble shooters and experienced mechanics and will take care of your auto ailments. Auto Co. Next door north of Tire Service Co, Phone 523 . Algona, Iowa. LOWEST FARES Years between practically ALL POINTS on The MILWAUKEE Road Eust of Missouri River Also Omaha, Kansas City Good on all trains going April 24-25. liclurn limit, May 4, Round Trips About week Saturday. Grant Township, Lone Rock, Whittemore and Fenton will be the competing teams. Mr. and Mrs. w. R. Wolfe and their daughter, Edith and Freeman Wolfs visited at the Carl Wolfe home in Klemme Sunday. They were accom- panied'by Miss:Ellen Wolfe of Whit- tehipre. ,.;.;••; Dr. and Mrs. .J. T. Waite and son John, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haase and daughter, Shirley Mae, 'and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hayenga were entertained at the C. W. Lauritzen home in Whittemore Sunday. William Boettcher and family of Calmar moved into the house owned by the John Langerman estate lasl week Tuesday. Mr. Boettcher is in the stock buying business here with his brother, George. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wegener and children, Lorraine and Marilyn, Mr. and Mrs. Truman Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. William Donahue and daughter Maxine, were guests Sunda at the Everett Dreyer home. Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Snyder attended a group meeting of pastors at the M. E. church in Armstrong last Monday. They were supper guests at the Rev Dltsworth. Mer mother, Mrs. Earl Dean, went to Gruver and Is with her at present, caring for her and the new Krnnddauchter. Mrs. Kate Newel and Hadley and Frances Bailey went to Hartley Friday afternoon for a visit at the Lelioy Newel hom'c. Mrs. Newel and Hadley returned home Sunday and Frances went by train from Hartley Saturday to Inwood, where she met some old fri'cndn and also visited at the home of her brother, C. O. Bailey. From there she went to Britt where she teaches. Mrs. Frank McFnll burned one foot quite badly last week Friday when she attmpted to start flre with gasoline. She had a small amount in a coilec can and when she lit the match it ignited. She dropped in on her foot and the blaze spread, damaging some of the rugs and furniture before it was extinguished. Dr. Meyers dressed the burns and she is getting along nicely at present. The members of the freshmen class enjoyed a seven o'clock dinner party at the school house lust Friday evening The members of the high school faculty were guests of the class. Their sponsor, Mss Martha Gilbert, had charge of the prepartion and serving of the dinner. The color scheme of white, yellow and green was carried out in the table decorations and menu. The evening was spent in playing games. The Fenton Forward Four-H club met last week Saturday afternoon at the home of Ardis Voigt. Thirteen members, leader and one visitor were present. Response to roll call was "How often do you wash your hair and why." Other features of the program were: "Care of the Hah-," Maxine Weisbrod; "Personality Types," Ella Dreyer; demonstration, "Shampooing and Placing Water Wave Combs," Marjorie Bailey. After a short business meeting, refreshments were served by the hostess. Firestone Tires and Tillies— Most miles per dollar, Hum-Dipped find Double Cord Breaker. .Have your ear servieed the Aleuiite method. Your transmission and differential drained and Hushed out and Hie right grade of summer lubricant put n. FIRESTONE BATTERIES AND CABLES Have your battery terminals cleaned and greased and your battery recharged if needed, before it fails, when you want it most. | Have your brakes adjusted or relined if needed, before you smash a fender. | Drive your car in or call 856 and let us put it in condition for that risking trip next Sunday, or for any other trip that you are planning. Tire Service Co. '' Vic'' Lowe Glen McMurray ®®8&&83Xy&i^^ V&B&X&t^^ v®xx&®^^ William Hartley has been quite 111 the past week, but has been able to be out of bed the last two days. Warren Schrader of Woden has been helping his cousin, Henry Phillips with his field work for some time. Pearl and Leo Steven and Neva Olsen spent Sunday afternoon with Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Steven south of town Mr. and Mrs. George Simon and little son visited Sunday with her father C. N. Beisch. The Simons live south of Irvington. Sexton young people's gospel team drove to Wesley Sunday evening where they had charge of the Sunday evening church services. A number of Sexton people attended the funeral of the little daughter Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Benschoter and little son, Leon, of Kanawha, were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Benschoter. The ladles are sisters and the men brothers. Ha Olsen and Mro. Arthur Benschoter attended a diah shower in honor of Leola Huff at the Ernest Gilbert home Saturday afternoon. Leola received a whole set of dishes of the same pattern. Mrs. Ray Olsen has been sick for the past week with rheumatism and her mother, Mrs. Erickson of near Bancroft in staying with her. Little Marjorie gona, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Greenfield of near Irvington and Mrs. Georgo Gowans and children of Mason City were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Greenfield. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steven, Marie Harris, Herman and Nell Wise attended the Epworth League rally held for the sub-district at Wesley last week Tuesday evdning atf the Methodist church. There were about one hundred In attendance. cent a mile TielioU good in couches only Round Trips' Less than, )cents a mile Tickets Booil in ulceiiJnK «»<! imrlor cum on pujnicnt of rugulur ruto for ajiucu occupied. Take Advantage of These Sensational Reductions! , For full particulars ask local agent % MILWAUKEE ROAD Winterstein home in Estherville and spent the evening there. Mr. and Mrs. William Reimers of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. George Boettcher and family, Mr. and Mrs. E C. Weisbrod and Mr. and Mrs. H. E Reimers were entertained at the W. W. Boettcher home Sunday evening. The Loyal Sons, Sunday School class of W. J. Weisbrod, gave a party in honor of the Royal Guards, Sunday School class of Mrs. A. H. Meyers Saturday evening at the M. E. church parlor Games were played and refreshments served. Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod and daughter, Maxine, accompanied the Misses Ruth and Esther Hodgson of Burt to Estherville Friday to attend the district music contest held there. Maxine was one of the contestants in the piano solo section. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Smith, local telephone operators, went to Des Moines last Tuesday to attend a telephone operators' convention. They visited relatives and friends in Adel, Dallas Center, Waukee, and Perry, returning home Thursday evening. Mrs. Harold Steadman and son, Henry Edgar and Mrs. Clarence Sharp of Carroll came Friday evening for a visit at the home of the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Lindsey. Mr. Steadman and Mr. Sharp and Vivian Osborn drove over from Carroll Saturday evening. They all returned home Sunday. Mrs. F. E. Weisbrod of Emmetsburg drove to Rochester Friday after her husband who has been in the Worrell hospital for the past month or more. They returned Saturday. Mr. Weisbrod I still has some swelling in the side of his face and shoulder but feels KO well, he thought it unnecessary to stay in the hospital longer. Mss Nettie Weisbrod drove to Ameb Saturday for a visit with her sister Gladys, who is employed in the Munn beauty shop, she was accompanied by Misses Matilda Kressin and Mabel Brandt, two of the local teachers. Miss Brandt was met at Ames by friends and then visited her home in State Center. They ail returned home on Sunday. .. w wd was received here last week of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Brown of Gruver. This is the third child, two girls and one boy composing the family... Mrs. Brown was before her marriage, Miss Zelma of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Paetz in Algona Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Charles Stratton and children Yvonne, Ruth Irene and Robert Calvin of near Britt were visiting Monday with her mother, Mrs, Sarah Wise. Miss Pearl Steven of Rudd spent th e week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven, north of town. She returned to Rudd Sunday afternoon. Grandma Nelson, mother of Henry Nelson and Mrs. Dora Ferrigan, north of town, is very low. She is ninety three years old and has been in bed for about two weeks. Mrs. Drusilla Noble, who has been staying at the Corle home in Algona spent the week end at the home of her mother, Mrs. Sarah Wise. She returned to Algona Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John McMahon and little son drove to Waukon the flrst of the week, where they will visit Mrs. McMahon's parents. They will return home Wednesday of this week. Olson has also been sick with ear trouble. Mr. and Mrs. John V. Huff drove to Mason City Sunday to take her sister Viola Baker, who has been visiting here for two weeks to her home anc they spent the day visiting with her parents. Mrs. Sarah Wise was surprised Saturday evening when her children all met with her at the home of her son, Mr. and Mrs. Mack Wise east of town to help her celebrate her sixty-fourth birthday. Mr. and Mrs. otto Taylor, who live south of town, are the proud parents of a baby boy born to them at the Kossuth hospital on Easter Sunday. This makes two children for the Taylors, both of them boys. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Richards of Al- 2 GREAT BARGAIN DAYS FOR •NOTICE Truck Ownersl Here's a Buy! 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