The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 15, 1931 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 15, 1931
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ffhe tTpper Pea Moifles-ileimbUeaii, ApWl 15 $ & ?-', N* <> $> $ <.> I I § Wesley News Items Viggo Klilsholm and EmJl Weste orpve to the Ix>tts Creek creamery o Thursday, where they attended a dis trict meeting held there. Mrs. Charles Murphy entertained th Deal 'Em bridge club Thursday after noon. Mrs. Julius Kunz won high score. This Is the first meeting of the dub since before the Lenten season. Mrs. Kate Kennedy has procured the services of Lntng & Muckcy, plumbeis of Algona, who this week are equipping her home with a bnth room and accessories. This will make a good addition to her already fine home. Mrs. Victor Anderson and daughter of Rockwell nnd her mother, Mrs. Hermanson of Waterville, spent Saturday afternoon at the Emil Wester home Mrs. David Johnson and children of Corwlth were also guests at th e Wester home Saturday. Guy M. Butts drove to Mason City Sunday to g-et his wife who had been at the I. O. o. F. home since Friday in attendance of a board meeting of the directors of which she is a member. Mrs. W. W. Sturdlvant and Mrs. John Amesbury accompanied Mrs. Butts to Mason City Friday. Rev. and Mrs. Erick Back and three children of Ludlngkm, Michigan, arrived here Saturday for a few weeks' stay at the home of Viggo Klllsholm. Mrs. Back and the late Mrs. Kiilsholm were sisters. The Back family have a month's vacation from his duties as the pastor of a Lutheran church in Ludington. The teachers in th e public school have been rehired and have signed contracts to return to Wesley for another year. The corps of instructors nclude Superintendent s. R. swan son, Prof. Edwin Klooz, principal; Hel en Reimer, Miss Hazel Marie Conrad domestic sclejicel Miss McConnell Shirley Lewis and Miss Esther A baby girl, Ruth Mary, came to gladden the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leo A. Goetz, Sunday morning, she has one brother, Bobby and a sister, Jean Marie. Mrs. John Ormsby is car- Ing for the mother and baby and Mrs. Goetz's sister, Miss Lorraine Arndorf- «r, is caring for the household duties. Preston Chapin, Oliver Young, Guy Ash and Edward Monson drove to Garner Sunday evening to spend a few surprise hours with Oscar Monson who the next doy celebrated otic of his birthday anniversaries. Earl Goodnow and a friend of Mason City also came to spend th e evening with Mr. Monson. Beck. Rev. Erick Back of Ludlngton, Michigan, delivered the regular Sunday morning sermon at the Congregationa" hurch Sunday. Rev. Bemsten, local >astor, was also present but turned ver the services to Rev. Back who gave a Very good sermon. He will also speak next Sunday and the Young People's society will also meet next Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Emll Wester drove to Kensett Friday to visit at the home of Mrs. Ed. Conway, widow of the late Buttermaker Conway who was found dead some ten days ago in an outbuilding near the creamery, caused by heart disease. „„. was employed by the Westers Death Mr. Johnson, who formerly lived near Sexton. The Kleinpeter hall was filled to capacity Friday evening: when the juniors presented as their class activity, three one-act comedies, which received hearty applause by the audience. All of the members of the cast played their parts very well. Music between acts was furnished by Miss Esther Beck, primary teacher, and the evening's entertainment closed by singing the Junior class song and giving the Junior class yell. . Silas Skow Has received a letter from a family at Sardis, Oklahoma, thank- ng them for their efforts in the recent drought relief work. They report that the food was valued and later divided out without having to pay for the same. This family consists of the man and wife and two children and they as well as many others In that vicinity are bady in need of food and clothing. They state that they had their crops started, but had nothing with which to carry on. Miss Edith Swanson, Miss - - x —^ _ w r^j v**"- T» I^OVtlO \JLl LilClJ farm about twenty-five years ago, an were very good friends. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Wcllick nnc Ernest Hutchison drove to Rudd Sun day where the Wellfcks visited friend, during the day. Mrs. Hutchison, who has been at her parental home at Rockford for a ten days' visit met them at Rudd and together they returned home Sunday evening. Mrs. Hutchison Is a Roulston and Miss Esther Tostleb of Cherokee, were house guests at the lome of Superintendent and Mrs. E. 3. Swanson from Friday evening un- .11 Sunday afternoon when the Swan- ions took them to Emmetsburg where -hey made connections for Cherokee to x> present for their teaching duties at Jherokee Monday morning. Rev. and Mrs. A. A. Swanson of Amboy, Mlnne- leauu was ota ' came down Saturday to spend the r. Conway.-day w 'th her brother, Superintendent s on their | Swanson, and her sister, Edith. . . daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Special Service for Truck Operators hSkilfedMcchania The Leading Feature of a Complete Service— Mrs. Bertha Looft took her daughter, Grace to Waterloo Friday where they were joined by Margaret who tenches nt Wlnlhrop. Late that evening the two girls went on in to Chicago where Grace entered the busi- ness college to take post graduate worfe in stcntypc and machine bookeepins , work. Upon her return to Iowa sfce viS ' be employed at the Gates Business., College at Waterloo as isstracSorr tor 'hose two subjects. Margarei; rsSc to her work as instructor £n tiwse subjects. Margaret return*!* to- work and Mrs. Looft returned ;o 1 ~._-- ey Saturday. •' Julius Monson celebrated is? s;^;niii , jlrthday anniverearv iTaciitT TT*HSS 2sij '. mother arranged a'-sirprae" -nirrr »nr.; him which was held after srScwi iracs •-! at his home. Julias js £a sfc* ssrcos ! grade and the raesi? iarCsrfssS true:-, bers of the firs* asd secccti esajtesj namely: Thayer lTcE«a. Gnjf SS5c jj Kiilsholm, Vim. TraSonfL. BBCSS DsQ? Haynes. Helena Paariai. Ab&a? Jsioe" Niewald. Agues Jofensoo. AST Jv*Jteeej and Donald S.. naaup. IBs Ssei. his :eacher. Miss McCteEeQ 3"M JE« EXTRA MILEAGE EXTRA SAFETY EXTRA BEAUTY EXTRA VALUE but NO EXTRA COST P ROUD as we are of every serv- tce we give, we like to feature U. S. Tires. They indicate the high standard of quality which we maintain hi everything. U. S. Tires are built to give service far beyond any other tires of the day—yet they cost no more than ordinary tires, often less. Come in and let us show you how we can save you money by completely servicing your car at one stop. PRICES 4.50x19 __. $5.60 4.50x30 ___'_, $5.70 4.75x28 $6.65 5.00x19 $6.95 s were also meiKbers of sbs gay The hours were spent in pltTiug ganws after which a nicely prepared hmch augmented with a birthday rate was <*rved to tee guests, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Meurer and Cheryll Ann drove to Whittemore Sunday morning to be present at the forty- eighth wedding anniversary of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Meurer. A big chicken dinner with all the trimmings and a huge wedding cake graced the table in honor of this couple, who together have weathered many Joy and sorrows, together. Those presen to enjoy the day included Father Wm Veit of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. N J. Meurer of Plover, J. T. Meurer am family of Wesley, Lucian of Whitte more, Mr. and Mrs. John Laubentha of Whittemore, Mij. and Mrs. Nick Laubenthal and two children, Lewis and Loretta of Emmetsburg, Mr. ant Mrs. Frank capesius, Irene and Eve- Jyn of Irvington, and Mr. and Mrs Henry Lavrenz of Algona. trnxxyaax®^^ Small Down Payment BALANCE EASY REGULAR VALUES UP TO $65 r Chests from $9.75 made of The fimxra Lane CTrtiEcd Chcjt wood in accordance with •-. •«—•"*• v» .4-lllV4fl4*t^lfc 1C Cownment rtcommendati Lane Company Pattern Ko Certified Moth=Killer made with.back,, hottom, front ud Jjr treated aromatic red cedar •ginluna), and a 5-plj top to minlmiiq. event leakage of tho.ltrength of th« tcalnul venter !> used on tho eitarioi 1 t ajiff enda, Tola construction la in Elbert Garage Phone 612. V<™W<WWJW^WJKWW wwxxx^^ Fashion Could Not Be Any Smarter The Sunday Night Frocks <%xaaa&^^ W. T. Trainer has been on the sick 1st last week. . Everett Pannkuk was at Mason City last Tuesday. Herbert Moore has been painting his father's house. Mrs. Jennie Davison spent Sunday at the E. O. Chipman home. Arthur Wade of Sutherland is visiting at the Lloyd Elston home. Miss Esther Olsen spent the wpek end at the H. A. Smith home. Mrs. Ed. Mitchell of Swea City had her tonsils removed Wednesday. Mrs. Leo Fox and son of Algona called at the D. L. Godden home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reynolds of Lakota spent Sunday at the Clyde Shipler home. Mrs. Davison is visiting at the hoim of her daughter, Mrs. William Rinps dorf. Mrs. Aurilla Coffin entertained the Birthday circle at her home Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Sellers of Osage spent the week end at the LcRoy Boettcher home. ;he section house which was vacated jy the Allen Carr family who moved into the Spencer house. Mrs. Lloyd Bartlett received word Saturday that her father, John Danner, was to have one of his limbs amputated following an infection. The parent-teachers meeting was postponed last week until Thursday night of this week week because of he music contest at Estherville. O. P. McDonald, Mrs. O. F. Krau- haar and daughter, D. L. McDonald nd son were dinner guests at the Dr. W. T. Peters home Friday night. Dr. W. T. Peters was called to Lone Saturday to set Mrs. Snick's arm. Life and an old Relic or an Antique"; paper, by Mrs. W. A. Peters on "Iowa State Parks and Memorials; talks by Misses Warner and Whitney on Wild Life School at McGregor, which they have attended many times; music "Iowa Beautiful Land." the on A semi-formal Frock of sheer silk and goorgotta. A stunnlnp; copy in the newest version. Correct in length, color ana detail. l' n il;.v new .styles to select from, all brand new si.vies. Values made to sell at .1,15.00, on sale for two days only v>7. Jo, Children's New Spring Hats 79c Store Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Glddlngs and three daughters called on relatives at Wesley Sunday. Miss Rosa Weise entertained Neighborhood club at her home Friday afternoon. The John Briggs family moved to Algona last week as they were unable to find a house here. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Buell arrived home Saturday from Florida where they spent the winter. Miss Helen Johnstone spent the week end at Graettlnger at the home of Dr and Mrs. Ole Jacobsen. J. T. Heaney drove to Wisconsin on Sunday to get Mrs. Heaney, who has been visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Trainer, Mr and Mrs. Hollis Trainer were dinner guests of Mrs. Lois Trainer. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roba and two children of Swea City visited at the George Allen home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ringsdorf, Sr and Warren Ringsdorf were dinner guests at the Gerald Brace home. Miss Helen Thompson was home from Cedar Rapids over the week end She came to Algona with friends. Mrs. Rcibhoir came'home from Ea"le Grove Sunday. She has been upending the winter at Eagle Grove with hoi- sons, Mike and Gene. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Gorman Irivo moved to Wesley. Mrs. Gorman and son have been staying here with her lather, W. D. Kearns. Mrs. Verald Smith and two children of Milwaukee came last week to spend several weeks with her and Mrs. W. E. Grover. O. H. Schmidt moved his family into parents, Mr. Irs. Shick slipped and" fell on the itchen floor and broke her arm. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ringsdorf and Ur. and Mrs. William Ringsdorf drove o Eagle Grove recently where they he day with Mr. and Mrs. Harry McIroy. A fire was started in a wood pile on unday during the high wind at the Vayne Mann home. It was dicover- d and extinguished before doing much damage. Doris, the little seven year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. I. Morness has been seriously ill with pneumonia for several days. She is getlng along nicely at this time. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Stow and son, Willard, were dinner guests at the M. E. Polhemus home Sunday. The dinner was In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Stow's birthdays. Mr. and Mrs. Keith and son, Howard, of Thor and Mr. Sells of Fort Dodge spent Sunday at t/.ie Julius Briggs home. Mrs. Keith Is a daugh- etr of Mrs. Briggs. Delbert Vogel was the lowest bidder on the star route between Burt and Elmore. The contract Is for four years and will start on July first. His bid was for $1475 per year. Mrs. G. E. Piersol and two children of Storm Lake called on Burt friends Monday. They had been to Mason City. Miss Irene Aten came up with them to visit with her parents. A large number of Burt people at- ended the music contest at Estherville ^riday. The high school orchestra won ihird place, boys' glee club, third, a:id tfyron Chipman won third place. Mrs. Julius Briggs had the mlsfor- une to fall one day last week and )reak her hip. She had been work- ng in her garden and fell. She is getting along as nicely as can be expected at this time. Mrs. O. F. Kraushaar gave a party ,'rlday in honor of Perry little son of D. L. McDonald, who is visiting hero at the O. P. McDonald home. Dur- woocl expects to leave Wednesday for his homo at Los Angeles, California. Miss Esther Toebben of Chicago was called here last week by the illness of her mother. Mrs. Toebben hjicl been ill at her home several days before anyone knew she was ill. Miu. Toebben is getting along nicely now. Her co:i. William, is here also for a few days. The Woman's club met Monday night with Miss Lulu Hawcott with Mrs. W. T. Trainer assisting. The following program was given: roll call, "Pioneer ti8&3B&81388^^ - Lawren °e Pitt- m» - mer Thursday, April 23. The parent-teachers' association will hold their regular meeting next week Thursday. This will be the last meeting for the school year. ' man at the Farmers Exchange elevatoiv He will take the place of Harry RahnT Lawrence *s the son of Mr. and Mrs. , Ol Geitzenauer, who live north of Lone Rock on a farm - LONE ROCK NEWS. | } &a8®xx8^^ Mark Simmons of Fairmont visited friends here Friday. Pearl Hanna returned to Mount Vernon, New York, Friday. Elsie Wlllrett of Algona visited at the Frank Flaig home Thursday. Mrs. Ed. Blanchard who was 111 with the flu last week, is somewhat improved. Elsie Wlllrett of Algona sewed the first of the week at the George Hanna home. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Burt of Armstrong visited at the James Ackerman home Sunday. W. G. Flaig and E. M. Jensen attended a prize fight at Des Molnes on Tuesday. Claude Whitehill of Llvermore visited with relatives and friends here on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Macumber visited at the W. T. Fish and Mielke homes In Whittemore Saturday. August Lampe, who was ill with the flu was able to take charge of his oil truck again Monday. Miss Cross visited over the week end at Payton. Miss Lura Bewick visited at Sioux City over the week end. G. A. Sharp and son, Russell, went to Council Bluffs Wednesday with a truck load of hogs. They returned home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Johnson of Fort Dodge visited at the E. M. Jensen home Sunday. Mr. Johnson and Mr, Jensen are cousins. The Mite society met at the home of Mrs. P. M. Ohristensen last Thursday Rice took Miss Margaret Schloman to Armstrong Wednesday. Miss Schloman had been visiting with Mrs. Cotton the last week or so. Lawrence Geltzenauer will be the new Mrs. William Fisher went to Watse- The little five year old daughter of ka ' nltools . Thursday to attend the- Mr. and Mrs. James Knoll underwent S^PSLfL h *Lff B °? dau « llt «• Wild* an operation for appendicitis at the Kossuth hospital last Wednesday. Mrs. Watson Shick had the misfortune to fall In her wash room last Tuesday and break her left arm between the shoulder and the elbow. Tom Engessor had the misfortune to run Into a horse north of town Friday night. He escaped Injury but the front of his car was considerably damaged. Mrs. Glen Leeper and children visited last week at Fairmont. Harry Rahn and Glen Leeper went to Fairmont Sunday and she returned home with them. Mrs. John Rath, who has been suffering from an infection In her hand; Is much Improved. Mrs. Wm. Rath, who was with her for a week, returned to her home Friday. Mrs. W. J. Cotton and Mrs. H. J. Fay Homer. Wllda Fay was the fourteen year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Horner. Mrs. Homer was formerly Bessie Fisher. Frank Flaig, John Deere dealer, reported the following sales In the past few week: tractor to Fred Kading- Fordson tractor to A. A. Dreyer; spring tooth harrow to Wm. Christensen- drag- to Wm. Rath; drag to H. Hobson; corn, planter to Carl Rath and one to Edwin Mlttag, one ten foot disk to Phillips- Bros. W/WWWWMVW^WWJWWWWWWWWUMWW* DANCE at I. 0. 0. F. Hall FEIDAY, APRIL 17 Hilt Stewart's Orchest ra from Thompson. %&&XXS£M^^ HOW TO GET RELIEF FROM STOMACH TROUBLE Stomach sufferers will find relief and correction of their disorders though the use of Pfunder's Tablets. 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