The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 29, 1931 · Page 7
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*%*« eal Bri - °' 8 " Johnson drove t for Olt /' i« r f frlend> Be ™lce Kerr of the Chrtschilles & Herbst store. L)ren Minuet, Mis "••* The Upper Des Moineg-Republicafl, April 29,1931 with relatives and friends i Henry Weltha of the Algona Bodv ^nder Works spent Thursday, Frida ,S8. Saturda y "' Ws home in Ran- *« and Mrs> c - w - Davenport and ere guesta of the ItornS Ra S™ond at Emmetsburg on ?' B1 S1 S of Hanklnson, North «, cam t W**** 'or a visit at the home of her sister-in-law, Mrs. w. H. Freeman. are ex- home today or tomorrow from «fh ^ate Skinner, superintendent of schools at LuVerne, is driving a new Chevrolet purchased last week from Kohlhaas Bros. DANCE Bancroft Legion Pavilion Wednesday May 6 of who rt« f wete S" 6818 Sat urday at the M. P. Haggard' home. . attottie y offices hi Algona will . ,«*,. n £°? °P totttt <»ys beginning -he first Saturday in May and con inuing until the last Saturday in Aug Ernest atl and of six .he city. - r- Thiel Is reading meters for J^Beennan came home Monday rom Burlington, where he had spent a j e ^ a i s _^. th7eplhmome of "is daugh- Zelmer, where his Cec Hurst and his Nine Piece Orchestra A special entertainment with a real thrill for the crowd. Don't forget the night—Wednesday Mav 6. Dance' every Wednesday with the best of order at all times, and on a wonderful floor. Mr. and. Mrs. L. A. Johnson of Irv- igton drove to Battle Creek, Mlchi- an Friday for a visit with their son, Godfrey and family. They are expect"d home the last of the week. Dr. R. M. Wallace expects to leave! Friday of this week for Miami, Flor a, where he will attend the Inter ational convention as a delegate from he local club. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Nugent and tw mldren of Spencer spent Sunday a the W. D. Nugent and Fred Anderso homes. Claude Is empldyed in th Penney store in Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Becker and Mr and Mrs. W. J. Becker attended meeting of dry cleaners at Clarion o v* — ,7 u»v*HA*l«* u Q,y Vltfcl lUli \J Sunday. While there they visited Mi and Mrs. Burt Harwood, former Al gona people. Mrs. Fred 3. Clark returned to he home in Eugene, Oregon, Tuesday af ter a visit of about ten days with hei husband in Algona. Mrs. Clark and the Children will come to Algona as soon as school is out. Forrest Twogood left Sunday from Springfield, Missouri, where he has been farmed out by the St. Louis Cardinals to Springfield in the Western League. Mrs. Twogood will spend the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs M. P. Haggard. Rose Mary Arend, small daughter of lit. and Mrs. John Arend of St. Bene- lict, is recovering from an opera- 'ion for mastoid at the home of ler grandmother, Mrs. Henry Arend. The operation was performed last veek Wednesday. Mrs. Helvine Mailand and daughter?, :erdis and Marie of Withee, Wiscon, n, came Saturday to attend the fun- ral of Mrs. O. Madson and are stay- ng this week at the Madson home. tfr. Mailand and Mrs. Madson were >rother and sister. Mrs. B. H. Potter Is assisting at th C* S. Johnson store. Mrs. Carl Ebert of Whittemore visit ed Algona relatives Thursday. William Link of Sherman township was an Algona visitor Saturday. Joe Elvidge of Lone Rock was in Algona last Wednesday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hints visited » the Wm. Tiede home at LuVeme last Sunday. Rev. J. Bertram of Fort Dodge visited the Rev. P. Braner home last week Tuesday. Chris Brandt, one of Titonka's leading farmers, was in Algona on business Saturday. Sam Bloom was over from Mason City last Wednesday and Thursday assisting In the Bloom store. . Mr. and Mrs. Roy Link and little daughter of Ledyard visited at the Dore Freeh home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Merle McAninch and Ittle son of Swea City were Sunday guests at the Dore Freeh home. Mrs.. Stella Sabln enjoyed a visit rom Friday until Monday from a sister, Mrs. F. D. Soloman of Spencer. E. T. Stevenson of Greene, was an Algona visitor last Friday. He was formerly one of Algona's popular barbers. Attorneys J, w. Sullivan and L. E. Linnan and E. J. Murtagh were business visitors in Esthervllle last Friday. C. R. LaBarre and Harold Falken- hainer were business visitors in Sioux City Monday and Tuesday of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Illg of Bode are the parents of a boy Ijorn April 20. The Illgs have two other children. ; Hazel Potter of the Kossuth County State Bank and Viola Blake of Burt spent Thursday m Mason City shorj'- Dincr. ;-':V.< w™™***^^ House Cleaning Specials for FRIDAY and SATURDAY $/T75 ping. Lawrence Sullivan of Des Moines' spent Thursday night and Friday in Algona visiting his cousin, W. W. Sul- Ipan. : Mrs. Dore Freeh and little daughler Peggy Ann, are spending the week with Mrs. Freeh's father and sister a Swea City. Clifford Alfs spent the week end in Sioux City visiting his parents. He I employed as a salesman for Armour & Company. Mrs. William Galbraith has been seriously ill during the past week with heart trouble, but is reported as some. vhat improved, Mr. and Mrs. Al Falkenhainer spent everal days in Minneapolis last week where Mr. Falkenhainer attended to usiness matters. Editor Harvey Ingham of Des Moin- s and his brothers-in-law, Mr. Mchesney and Mr. Russell, were here on usiness Thursday. Mrs. Wm. Galbraith has been serl- CALL THEATRE Everything- for your comfort. When Algona gets hot we give them "Kooler Aire", the last word in cooling and ventilating. An honest effort to keep pace! W have the honor of being the first theatre in Iowa to in stall Hard of Hearing Sets. 30 have been wired this week for the comfort of anyone wishing to use them Ss^h^^ Norma Shearer in "Strangers May Kiss" Sunday. He is happ£-we are THUES. & FBI., MAY 1-2 House rented to high school for the senior class play— "THE BUSY BODY" SATURDAY, MAY 2 It's a big special. Win. Haines in "A TAILOR MADE MAN" He was running a department store shouting good times and prosperity around the corner to protect his employer. It's a big laugh show. TUBS. & WED., MAY 5-6. It's a grand show. One of the big ones of 1931. George Arliss Noah Beery Tully Marshall jvDavid Manners In "THE MILLIONAIRE" Arliss'as the millionaire retired by his doc,tor, forced to go west and rest, finally steals away from his wife, the doctor and nurse, buys a half interest in an oil station with Dave Manners, fights the rough neck competitors, Noah Beery and Tully Marshall, finally putting them out of business. It's a scream! SUN. '& MON., MAY 3-4 America's sweetheart- Mary Pickford with Reginald Denny "KIKI" One picture a year and here it is— new. "Our Mary" will surprise you —she leaves the dignified roll ana akes to action and comedy like a eteran, >usly ill the past week but is now on the road to recovery. She Is suffering with heart trouble. Harold Steussy, who is employed after school in the Borchardt drug store, was confined to his home a day or so last week with illness. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Humphrey are the parents of a baby girl born last Saturday. This makes them five girls and two boys in the family. Mrs. Chas. Genrich, who has been sick at the home of her daughter in Livermore, returned home last Sunday afternoon,'fully recovered. • Merle Griggs of Minneapolis is here for a visit at the Dr. A. L. Rist home. Mr. Griggs has been at Fort Snelling taking medical treatment. Ed. Hough left Friday for San Antonio; Texas, on business connected with the George Galbraith estate, of which he is administrator. 9X12 Felt Base Rugs Regular $9.76 $5.95 All Cotton Mattress. Good pattern art tick. $15 Lloyd Baby carriages. Taupe and blue body, cream gears. $45.00 THREE PIECE BED ROOM SUITE Bed, vanity and chest in walnut or maple finish. An outstanding value. RUGS RUGS Wool and Fiber Kugs for Bedrooms, 9x12 ___•_ ______________________ 9x12 -Ax-minster _________________________ _Y_~~~~ $2950 9x12 Velvet Rugs ------------------ ______ $3750 - ::_:::$67.5o (f»i«Y J-A «J)1«).JU Jour 9x12 Linoleum rugs, regular $12.75. 16.75 Simmons Slumber King spring filled mattress. Bed Spring and Cotton Mattress 14.50 Foster Furniture Company Algona, Iowa THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, MAY 7-8. Thursday matinee 2:30. Friday matinee at 4:15. The best all around show for! the grown ups and children this year. Paramount's Well-Nigh Perfect Production of Percy Crosby's CL Paramount Qictuxe Mom gave us a piano box for a club house—Y'want to Join the Shanty Town Terrors and have fun? Sure We Do, Sklppyl Sklppy—the boy who's all boy I You'll want to hug him one moment and spank him the nextl Clara Bow SATURDAY, MAY 9. in Frederic March "TRUE TO THE NAVY" Howard Nordstrom returned to his work at Sioux Rapids Saturday after a few days' visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Nordstrom hi Algona. Arthur Nordstrom came home from Ills studies at Coe College, Cedar Rapids, to spend the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Nordstrom. Marriage licenses were issued to Joseph Masko and Inez Wright both, of Minneapolis; and to William Kuhn of Algona and Florence Cool of Chicago. ,-Miss.Ruth McMahon spent the week end in Algona visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McMahon. She is teaching hi the public schools in Galva, Ipwa. 'Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Anderson and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Anderson who are visiting here from Allerton alnd Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Post and family spent Sunday at Tuttle Lake and Vicinity. >/ : Mrs. George W. Johnson, who has been a patient at the Park Hospital In Greg Studer of St. Benedict was a usiness visitor in Algona today. James Sheridan, the Bancroft real estate man, was an Algona visitor today. Mrs. Tom Grey and her son, Homer Lawson of Wesley, were visitors in Algona today. Pure Food Commissioner Tom Clark of West Bend was in Algona on official business today. Mrs. Vera Ogren Williams of Lakota was down today visiting her parents and friends. Mrs. Frank McCorkle and her daughter, Mrs. Pfahler, of Mason City visited with friends in Algona today. Miss Louise Magnussen of the Iowa MWMIWJW ^^ BAPTISTS OBSERVE 70TH ANNIVERSARY Next Sunday and Monday Are the Days Set Aside For Celebration. State Bank is driving a handsome new Chevrolet purchased from Kohlhaas Mason City, is sufficiently recovered to bo released from the hospital and she is now with her sister at.Rudd. This will be good news to Mrs. Johnson's many friends. Mrs. Julia Brace came back to Algona last Saturday after visiting in Fredricksburg, Iowa, since last October. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Doty came last week and spent until Tuesday visiting Mrs. Brace. Sunday they all spent the day in Burt visiting a" son of Mrs. Brace. Dominic Stufflick enjoyed a visit last week from his sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Slack, whom he nas not seen for twenty years. Mr Slack has been engaged in cold storage business in New York for forty years and they were returning from a visit in Spokane, Washington. Russell Cook leavies Thursday for Austin, Minnesota, where he will get a lew Hormel truck and drive it through o San Antonio, Texas. Mr. Cook has seen driving a Hormel truck in this erritory for several years and has >een transferred to Austin, where he will probably move later. Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Skow and daugh- er, Helen of Chicago came last Sun- ay for a visit with Mrs. Skew's moth- r, Mrs. Kate Turner. They intend to eave Thursday in company with Mrs Bros. Rev. Fred J. Clark spoke recently before the men's club at Clear Lake, and also at a meeting of the Congregational church at Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Vohs of West Bend are the parents of a baby boy, born Thursday, May 23. The Vohses have two little daughters. Dr. L. B. Smith, well known Whittemore dentist, was doing business in Algona Tuesday evening and greeting his many old friends here. Mi-, and Mrs. Arthur Ferguson of Keokuk are the parents of a baby who arrived Sunday. The baby is the third child and third son for the Fergusons He has been named John Norton. Mrs. Ferguson was Edna Norton before her marriage. Attorney Coyle & Coyle & Frank Lovrlen are iri Algona today on the Mayer vs. Algona, School Board case. They are attorneys for Mayer. John Senneff, Sr., of Mason City is here also. He is appearing for the school board with Sullivan, McMahon & Linnan. Mrs. J. H. Mangan was in Omaha GOOD SPEAKERS WILL BE ON HAND from Wednesday to Saturday of last week. Her brother-in-law, George T. Mangan died Tuesday of that week and was buried on Friday. John Mangan stays at the George Mangan home while attending Crelghton University. The Misses Elizabeth Holtzbauer and Jennie Cooney are expected home today from Qttumwa where they attended the Catholic Daughters of America convention which was held Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs. Chet H. Williams was in charge of the hat department of .the Christensen store during their absence. Mrs, Isola Sessions and son, Glen Phelps of Davenport were in Algona on Thursday looking after business matters pertaining to Mrs. Sessions' property. They flew to Algona by plane. Mr. Phelps is in the insurance business. He owns his own plane and does considerable flying. Mrs. Sessions is a daughter of the late Dr. and Mrs. Bourne. A Fellowship Supper Will be Served Monday Evening:. There Will be Good Services. The seventieth anniversary of the First Baptist church in Algona will be observed Sunday and Monday, May 3rd and 4th at the church. Appropriate services will be held and a number of good speakers will be here. The Program. The following Is the program for the two days: SUNDAY MORNING. 10:00 Sunday School, Mrs. Howard Wltham, superintendent. 11:00 Morning Worship, Miss Mabe Bcwman, pianist. Voluntary, doxology and invocation Rev. John Firth. Hymn, "Come Thou Almight King,' Giardinl. Scripture reading and prayer, Dr Frank Anderson. Response, "Thou Shalt Find Him", Ramler. Hymn, "All Hall the Power," Holden. Announcements and offertory. Whittemore Lady (West Bend Minister Died on Thursday. Accepted Call to Vail. West Bend, April 28. Special: Rev. E. E. Zimmerman preached his farewell sermon Sunday morning to a large audience. He gave his farewell at Rodman In the evening. Rev. Zimmerman has accepted a call to Vail, Iowa. He will also have West Side as a pastorate. Everyone in the church as well as numerous friends in the town, will miss this good family crnd their vacancy will be hard to fill. We wish them success. Turner and her daughter, Grace, for a two day visit in Des Moines with another daughter and sister, Miss Dorothy Turner. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Hutchison and little daughter, Helen Sue, are expected to arrive in Algona about May 10 from Los Angeles, California, where they have lived for several years. They will visit at the homes of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Hutchison, and Mr. and Mrs. c. B. Murtagh, and may conclude to again locate in Iowa. Theo. has been very successful as the Los Angeles representative of the Grand Rapids Office Equipment Company and is taking this trip to Iowa as a vacation. Mrs, F. s. Norton came home the first of last week from a visit in Illinois. She and her daughter, Mrs. Eleanor Wanzer, drove to Galesburg, where Mrs. Norton remained to visit while her daughter went on to hei home in Connecticut. Mr. and Mrs Milton Norton spent the week end at Tipton with Mrs. Norton's relatives, and they all came home in the Norton car. Anniversary sermon, "Achievements and Ideals," Frank H. Webster, pastor. Hymn, "Break Thou the Bread of Life," Sherwln. Communion service. Benediction. SUNDAY AFTERNOON 2:45. Opening hymn, Bradbury. Whittemore, April 29. Special: Mrs. j Elizabeth Baas passed away Thursday afternoon at the family home southeast of town after a short illness. She was born January 23, 1872, at Kirchlindach Switzerland, her parents being Fred Sreti, and Mary Baumgartner. The family came to this country in 1884. She was married to Herman C. H Baas on November 22, 1892. Mr. Baa passed away July 3, 19H. Eight child ren survive, the mother. They ar William, Julius, Henry, Edward, Hul da, Mrs. Leland Wildin, Mrs. Tom Ket telson and Mrs. Clem Hogan. Five grandchildren, four brothers, Fred Christ and Sam Sreit of Sheffield Alabama, Rudolph Sreit, Kalispell Montana, and one sister, Mrs. Mary Yaburg of Milford also survive. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at the Lutheran church with Rev. wm. Faulstich officiating. The <all bearers were Edwin, George Lester, Harold and Leonard Baas! and Edward Isch. This good lady had many friends which she won by her kindly sweet disposition. Being left a widow with eightc hlidren she surelv pent many an hour irt, tears and wor- y, but she came through smiling and has left a good home which she maintained and eight children of which she could well be very p-roud. The attendance at the funeral services Sunday signified the number of friends the family has, the church not being near Jarge enough to accommodate those wishing to attend. The children have the sympathy of everyone in the community. "He Leadeth- Me," I Behrends, J Anderson. Paul Frazier, who is employed at the Call Theatre, came home Saturday from Fond du Lac, where he had spent a week visiting his parents, Rev and Mrs. W. A. Frazier. His sister, Louise, is taking post graduate work at Pond du Lac, and expects to attend Milwaukee Downer next year. Mrs. Frazier has recovered from her illness and is gaining rapidly in health and strength. Scripture lesson and prayer. Music, Isenberg quartette. Missionary address, Rev. John Firth. Music, Isenberg quartette. Address, Rev. W. J. Robinson. Hymn, "Blest be the Tie that Binds." Benediction. SUNDAY EVENING 7:30. Voluntary. Hymn, "When Love Shines In." Scripture reading, Rev. W. J. Robinon. Prayer, Rev. John Firth. Hymn, "I Have Never Found a Friend Like Jesus," Gabriel. Announcement and Offertory. Anthem, "Lead on, O King Eternal," Nolte. History, "These Seventy Years," Mrn. George M. Hofius. Hymn, "How Firm a Foundation," Portogallo. Sermon, Dr. Frank Anderson. "Benedition Hymn," choir. Benediction by the pastor. MONDAY EVENING. 6:30 Fellowship Supper for all members and visitors. 7:30 Annual meeting with reports from all departments of the church, adoption of budgets, and election of officers. This is both an invitation and a welcome by the committee, H. N. Kruse, Mrs. W. H. Lacy and J. B. Wheelock. Greatest Deficiency Man seems lo hu ileliciem In noth Ing so much us lie- Is In time.—Zeno. Arch Masons Confer Work at Eagle Grove. The Royal Arch Masons met at Eagle Grove one day last week to confer work. Fort Dodge and Algona were represented as well as a few other towns. Those who attended the meet- nig froo Algona included B. E Norton, Birch Matson,J3. D. Monlujt, Hugn Herman, Dr. Klahr, Glen McMurray **?.Ly? M »™y' T ' H. Holmes, A. W. A. Brownell and Homer Algona Art Studio Over Smith Billiard Parlor Grand Opening SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 2 beginning at 9:30 Secure a .coupon frpm our representative for special advertising portrait offer. All work guaranteed. Special rates on wedding pictures. (We specialize in family groups.) W. R. Lerake, Mgr. ^^^^g»»»»^^ Used C 1930 Ford tudor 1930 Ford coupe 1929 Ford tudor 1929 Whippet coach 1928 Durant coach 1927 Chevrolet coupe 1929 Ford truck Have a few cheap cars at $15 and up. EASY TERMS. on new low interest charge. Kent Motor Co. Phone 434 Algona, Iowa.

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