The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 29, 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 29, 1931
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Fenton Couple Were Married. . *)enton, Aj>ttl 28. special: At the St. John's Lutheran chiirch last. Wednesday afternoon at two o'clock occurred the wedding of William Boettcher, son of Mr. and Mrs. August Boettcher, and Miss Lornetta Halnsinger, only daughter of John Halnsinger of Alaska, Rev. W. .Kabelltz performed the ceremony. E. E. Wittmus, church organist, played the wedding march. Miss Lillian Schallin, the bride's niece, was her attendant while the bride's brother, Arnold Hainslnger, attended the groom. The bride was gowned in pale green Silk with a lace flounce. She wore a Veil held in place with brilliants. Sh carried pink roses and white swee peas. The bridesmaid wore flowerec chiffon and carried pink and white carnations. After the ceremony the Immediate relatives and friends gathered at the home of the bride's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. John Schallin where they enjoyed a six o'clock din- The tTppef Des 1931 Mrs. T. P, Harrington | Ledyard Ladie*' Aid Injured Saturday, Entertained Guests Mrs. T. P. Harrington is confined to T ., ., . ,. her bed with a wrenched back. SheL.r e<1 ^ ' AprU 28> s P* fi tal: On las was injured Saturday by a jolt when Thursday afternoon the M. E. Ladles the car struck a Tut while she and Mr , *?, en <* rt( «ned about one hundre me car struck a Tut while she and Mr , i 1 , c " tcl wuueu HDOUD one nunore Harrington were taking Rev. and Mrs' 1(Mjles as ff" 6818 - Of these Iwenty-flv Pred J. Clark to Renwlck to visit the , wetre from Swea cit y« fifteen from La home in which the latter couole were ko1 ?' flve / ro . m Orf »nt Center and th . , t home in which the latter couple were ko1 f ' flve married twenty-five years ago. She rest Irom is recovering as well as can be expect- *""" was Sjven: 1 Pian r The following pro ed. Piano predude—Mrs. P. o. Johnson on Oh King Eternal ner, The young couple left Thursday for Colorado Springs, Colorado, for a months visit with relatives. Upon their return they will go to housekeeping on the farm of the groom's father four miles southeast of town. The bride has been a saleslady for the Fenton Mercantile Company for the past four years. Both young people are popular and well known. Their many friends wish them a hnppy future. Lutheran Choir to be Heard at Lotts Creek. Local Fire Company Receives Wesley Gift. _, C1 , 1¥1IS . ^ wiesier . The officers of the Fanners Elevator Lat "es' trio, Mrs. Joe Mayne; Mrs. Geo Company at Wesley showed their grat- Thompson, and Mrs. Howard Mayne. iftlrin fr. fho .llnmTin fli-n r4Artn*.t»*nn*- *«— I R,£flriiHP> .TairtAK T.nrrn** Song, ""Lead audience. Devotional reading, Mrs. D. B. May er. Prayer, Mrs. Lnura Nlester. ihide to the Algona fire department for its services in the way of a $50 check, received by Fire Chief Oscar Anderson. The local department went to Wesley a couple of weeks ago In res- Reading, James Logan. Group singing, first and second grade children under the direction of Miss Hewitt and Mrs. Stephenson. . Solo, "Love's Old Sweet Song", Mrs v*T.-oit:y H uuupju ui weeKs ago in res- I •~»^HA ponse to the alarm that the elevator R - Link. was bunring. In company with trucks Rhythm band, first and second from other towns, they did all in their grades. power to save the elevator but were Bong, "Barefoot Trail", High school girls' gle e club. Cornet duet, Kenneth Thompson and Tllmer Halverson. Vocal duet. Rev. and Mrs. Johnson. Reading, Esther Junkermeier. Song, Girls' glee club directed by After the program the guests were invited to the basement where a delicious lunch was served. The base- The Bethany Lutheran College choir of .Mankato, Minnesota, will give a sacred concert in Immanuel Evangel- I Weiss & Sorstedt~store lea] Lutheran church nt Lotts Creek evening when one of the next Saturday evening, May 2, at eight caught caught fire from a , t£°f i, r ? 1 Lo ll ,? lrltWa - s or e anlzed in stub which had been carelessly .... t™? £ r ,,? » y ite presn( < conduc - fl °m one of the windows In the tor, Professor Walter E. Buszin; It sings tel. The fire was discovered by t._ only sacred music mnking a specialty ers-by who reported it at the hotel of _£ uthc ,rnn .music. . and the blaze was put out, but not The choir gave twenty-nine concerts before it had burned a good sized hole tSf'hf^-T s greafc Sllccess that There was insurance on the awnings! me ousinejss manager,-Professor E. J. I »*--- - ... " Orlstad, was not able to accommodate all, who requested concerts for this year. This year it will render between thirty-flvej and. forty concerts in Wis- unablc to do so. The local company appreciates the generosity of the Wcs- ey men. Has Hand Crushed at State Park. Robert Graham had his hand crush- d Tuesday morning while putting acks along the edge of the road in, ..— „. *„„ „„„«=the State Park. He formerly work-1 ment and tables were appropriately cd in the East Standard Oil station decorated with spring colors. In Algona. • (Franc Mentor of Ledyard Died April 20. Ledyard, April 28. Speial: The funeral of Franc Mentor, Li " ant man, was held last Wednesday at Newel, Iowa. Franc Lockwood Men- larch 3, 1873, son of Mr. . Mentor at Fort Dodge. He attended school at Newell and was Jduate of Buena Vista C lied in Algona on April 20. he was united in marriage to Miss Jessie Heacok. To this union Veishea Exposition at Atties May 7, 8 and 9, '1 I? 1 * 11 2>ww scents of Iowa College are making preparations " **""- annual Veishea n ™ a « ea e *P«- tlon May 7, 8 and 8. Veishea Is tirie . ie three day celebration put on the students of all the colleges There will be a night show, a thlr- athlet i° sho *' a ^"dent, a parade, a campus carni* vftl, band concerts, May fete and many other stunts. This is a very interest- ISM" H b L tion , of colles "^ attended by a large number of people. H. P. Weisbrod Dies Died at Fenton. Fenton, April 28. Special Cor.-— H. P. Wetsbrod passed away this week Monday morning about eight- are *nri . are ending. Full particulars will be giv- * n next week. LOCAL NEWS. TJiero was a small blaze at the LIQUOR VIOLATORS PAY COUNTY $4000 (Continued from First Page.) >hn Powers, illegal possession of In- gating liquor and driving while intoxicated, $200.00 fine paid. Ambrose McBride, driving a truck h "= 'ntoxicated, $100.00 fln e paid fine suspended. Revoked 2-28- weks p° e f ' — ,/ -™^ u ^wuiv. j. u uua union — —- •""•"jjocn, nmmiaini , ITJ* f rn two chudl ' e n, one daughter nuisance, $200.00 fine paid. 30. Pred Zwiefel, larceny of poultry committed to state reformatory at Anamosa for five years. George Ackerson, uttering a check * jail funds> three montns m c ° un - „ of poultry, corn- state reformatory at Ana- five years. Gustin, larceny of poultry, com- 1 to state reformatory at Anamosa for flve years. Bert Campbell, maintaining a liquor , , ln infancy ' the other Jane Ann - . . Stauffacher,. wife and child ' - ,. e an c ^ en * or ' who has been employed In a desertion, committed to state penl- couty people to hear this choir and a -large audience should be at Lotts Creek on May 2. ' , sae pen- Rev. Hulse Spoke to go to Bismarck, North Dakota, where! On April 1, 1931, the"Mentors'"nTovedI wh "e intoxYc"ated"$100M"fine^d' he has accepted a new position _a_s| their, restaurant to anew to&^l*^^*^*^^^ oil filling station. Wc jf• committed to state penitentiary all Algona Rotarians, drove to Mason City Monday and attended a Rotary club meeting. Rev. Hulse was the speaker and he talked on "Some Problems in Higher Education." Rev. Hulse is a forceful speaker and everyone present enjoyed listening to him. A few weeks ago Mason City sent over a delegation of Rotarians to Algona with their president making a talk. At the Hospital. Mrs. Ray Olson, St. Benedict, medical, Friday; May Zwiefel, Fenton, the daughter of Jacob Zwiefel, April 23 mastoid. Boren of Perry were guests Sunday at the George G. Boren home in Algona. Mr. Anderson and Mr. Boren are partners in the Tak-Kom-Som ice cream business which they opened recently. Mr. Anderson owns a barber shop at Perry but expects to come to Algona as soon as he can sell it. Donald, Boren is a son of Mr. and Mrs. George G. Boren, but he is staying at Ptrry to complete the school year He is a student in the eighth grade. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goodman "of Cherokee were also guests Sunday at the Boren home. Mr. Goodman owns a business at Cherokee similar to the Boren & Anderson business here. For Information that is strictly reliable, it is always best to go to some one who can speak from first-hand experience. - . If you wish to know the real truth about our prices, ask someone who has had occasion to call us. The moderate range of our prices contrasts noticeably with the quality of our service. MERRITT FUNERAL HOME Always jy Superior Senlice" and everything, possible was done for his relief. On the Friday preceding his death two other doctors were called in consultation and it was decided to move him at once to the Kossuth hospital in Algona. He died Sunday night, April 20, after a ten day illness. His wife, daughter and tw sisters were with him at the time o his death. • He leaves to mourn his departure his wife, Mrs. Jessie Mentor, his daughter, Jane Ann, and two sisters I Mrs. Clara Bryant and Mrs Nellie Knapp, both of Port Dodge. Mr. Mentor was a member of the Mason and Eastern S.tar lodges. The remains were taken at once to Redfield by Undertaker L. H. DeFord of that place and from there to Newel] where burial took place. Rev. Ben Hollenbeck of Storm Lake was the officiating clergyman and a Masonic funeral service was held. Out of town relatives attending the funeral were Mrs. Clara Bryant and Mrs,. Nellie Knapp, both of Fort Dodge, Mrs. A J Ryken and son of Gayville, South Dakota, Mrs. Milton Horsted and Mrs Horsted of Sioux City. motor Ve- penitentiary PHONE 11 DAY OR NIGHT ANDY FOR MOTHER'S DAY Your mother — as well as every other mother—enjoys candy, the sweetest of all gifts. 0 A complete assortment of fine candy awaits your selection. Algonquin Confectionery J. F. Behhnci' 301 E. State Hi. Sweeten every c/ay with Canc/y Bancroft Resident Died on April 21st. Bancroft, April 28. Special: After months of illness, death came to relieve the suffering of Mrs. Rosie Doleschal at her home in Bancroft, Tuesday, April 21st. Rosie Dott was born in Praiihichen, Hungary, January 8, 1848, emigrating to this county about 1870. In 1879, she was united in marriage to Joseph Doleschal at Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin. They resided on a farm west of Bancroft, moving to town about twenty years ago. Mr. Doleschal preceded her in death about three years ago. Since his death she has been cared for ^•' her sister and. brother, Mrs. Lena Meyers and Mike !?Ctt-. | She was a life long member of the' Catholic church and at the time of her' death was comforted by the rites of her religion. Funeral services were held on Friday morning, Rev. J. D. Fisch singing the requiem solemn high mass, assisted by Rev. C. Ernst and Rev. Wolfe of Armstrong. Pall bearers were W. J. Hood, N. J. Schiltz, Matt Nemmers, H. J. Deitering, P. A. Lonergan and Joe Engessor. Mrs. Doleschal was a kindly ncgih- bor and friend and her passing is greatly regretted. Those left to mourn her passing are her sister, Mrs. Lena Meyer and brother, Mike Dott. Those from out of town who attended the funeral were: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Meyer, Bird Island, Minnesota; Mrs. George West, Owatonna, Minnesota; Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Gollmer and their daughter Vanda, of Wesley, and Frank Stebritz and mother of Algona. Lone Rock Teachers n> HfVr B1 ? eara f n ' forgery, ten years roled refora iatory at Anamosa, pa- Thomas Dunn, wilfully changing 11- m^ P l ates *°? a motor veh lcle, committed to state penitentiary at Fort Madison for flve years. Merle McGllligan, breaking Jail, one L^endel reformator y at An *™ v^f" 8 'v.?, ternbergl drivln e a mot °r vehicle while intoxicated, $200.00 fine (served flne in jail, two months) of ?nTT et , Bomme1 ' Ulegal Possession of Intoxicating liquor, one month county jail. *«S ar li Da Jl 1 ' ule S al possession of in- ty jail n Um5e nionth ? to «>«»Mildred Nelson, uttering a forged instrument, committed to women's reformatory at Rockwell City for 15 years paroled. Velva Manning, lewdness and indecent exposure, $50.00 flne paid. Prank Jones, lewdness and indecent exposure, $45.00 flne paid. Prank Grandjennett, illegal possession of intoxicating liquor, $150.00 flne D&1Q. One certain Chrysler coupe— Prank Grandjennett, forfeiture, car sold, >750.00. -„, _..„.,,, a motor ve- whjle intoxicated, paroled until Sign for the Year. Lone Rock, April 27. Special: The following teachers have been rehired: superintendent, L. E. Godfrey; Miss Ruth Cross, English teacher; Miss Pauline Lewis, seventh and eighth; Miss Evelyn Behrmann, fifth and sixth grade; Miss Harriett Pish, third and fourth grade; Florence Householder, first and second grades; Miss Floy Jones, who taught at Ledyard this year, will teach domestic science here next year. Coach Virgil Prye of Cylinder will teach here next year In the ?lace of Mr. Manus. Rotary Club Held an Irish Program. The local Rotary club held an Irish program at their regular meeting on Monday. Dr. M. J. Kenefick gave a talk on Ireland, which was enjoyed by all. Ho interspersed his remarks with humorous anecdotes which kept hi.-j listeners laughing throughout the talk. Dr. L. G. Baker showed the Rotarians that although he was not Irish ho could show John MncConnick how to sing, "A Little Bit of Heaven" after which they all joined in singing some of the better known Irish songs. FOUN—Three keys, one mail car key. Call at this office. 43 2! years of age. Bernard McBride, driving a motor vehicle while intoxicated, $400.00 flne (served flne in jail 4 months). One year at Anamosa suspended, Lloyd Martin, driving a motor vehicle while intoxicated, $150.00 flne (stay bond). License revoked for one year. Raymond Lloyd, maintaining a liquor nuisance, $200.00 fine paid. Julius Lentsch, illegal transportation of intoxicating liquor, $200.00 flne paid. Ray Hauenstein, larceny of motor vehicle, committed to state penitentiary at Fort Madison for an indefinite sentence up to ten years, .Henry Gerdis, rape, committed to Bthte reformatory at Anamosa for ten year£, E. P. Hansen, forgery, ten years at state penitentiary at Port Madison, paroled. C. G. Rentz, breaking and entering, committed to state penitentiary at Fort Madison for ten years. P. J. Aman, illegal transportation of intoxicating liquor, $50.00 flne paid. -. Henry Beenken, Jr., driving a motor vehicle while intoxicated, $50.00 fine (stay bond). John Whalen, illegal transportation of intoxicating liquor, $50.00 fine (stay bond.) Leonard Johnson, intoxication and disturbing peace, 15 days in jail. Mildred Drone, larceny of a motor vehicle, committed to women's reformatory at Rockwell City for flve years. Eugene Beenken, drunkenness, $15.00 flne paid. Jack Lynch, illegal possession of intoxicating liquor, $100.00 flne paid, 3 months suspended. Joe Steahl, illegal transportation of intoxicating liquor, $100.00 flne paid, Louis Hamlow, cruelty and disorderly conduct, twenty days in Jail. Alfred Grill, Illegal possession of intoxicating liquor, $50.00 flne paid. O. D. Adams, driving a motor vehicle while intoxicated, $100.00 flne paid. Art Rosenmeyer, accessory after the fact of entering a bank with intent to rob, life imprisonment in state penitentiary at Port Madison. Joe Smith, driving a motor vehicle while intoxicated, $100.00 flne (served flne in jail, one month). Three month suspended. Roy Leininger, writing a forged instrument, committed to state reformatory at Anamosa for ten years. Emory William Brownfleld, entering a bank with intent to rob, life imprisonment at Port Madison. Harry Lyle Barton, entering a bank with intent to rob, life imprisonment at Port Madison. • Joe Moore, Illegal possession of'in- toxicating liquor, three months in jail (served) $300.00 flne suspended. Pred Kruger illegal possession of intoxicating liquor, three months in jail (served) $300.00 flne suspended. Ralph Gillette, illegal possession of intoxicating liquor, three months in jail (served) $300.00 flne suspended. Robert Voight, maintaining a liquor nuisance, 45 days in jail (served). $300.00 fine suspended. Mothers, bring y,bur babes to this store during our special Baby Week celebration! Values predominate on wearable things for the infant. A choice selection at prices most attractive. Blankets ..,.$l.oo-$3.95 Dresses 68c-$2.5Q Bonnets ......95c-$1.95 Rompers $1.35 Sweater and Tarn Suits ?2.75-?3.25 We specialize in complete Layettes. Everything for the new bom infant-ready for immediate use at moderate prices CLASSIFIED ADS. The rate per word for advertisements in this column is 2c paid in advance. 3c if charged. Ca»h must accompany all mail orders, initials count as one word. Minimum charge, 25c. New items now at Gamble Stores- Household Enamels, Linoleum Lacquer Universal Seat Covers, Rubber Belting, Cattle Spray, etc. 45 to. •• 357. close 46-tf en.—Mrs. Bert Deal. «nge with ov- WANTED—Dressed cntcffl£-J3tates- ggfey 2^g»45^ : FOR RENT—Furnished Phone 99. Just closed a deal with the u S Rubber Company for 1400 pairs of ten. 2j?,uf hoe3 ' ra W are the Gladiator double soled "Keds" worth from SI 2 to $1.75, all sizes. Our price will hi 69c a pals. The shipment will bi here the last of this week or the firs of next—Jimntfe Neville, the Shoe Man, Algona, Iowa. apartment;. S eeTcom A ^Kl dre \SJ°"day i FOR RENT-Small lighted and Johnson, Thor, lowa. bB *" L ^Sg^ £££2* *"*• SS Pumps Are Good Found—100 pound sack of potatoes Call at this office and pay for ad. 4i FOR SALE—Round Oak range. First class condition.—M. Jl Pool. 623 East State St., Algona. 4i POR SALE—One second hand Copper Clad range. Two second hand electric washers.—Kphlhaas hardware. 46 POR SALE—White and yellow seed corn. Test 96 to 100. $2.00 a bushel —Hugh Raney, Algona, Phone 15F21 46-47* (.FOUND—Pocket money. Call Joe Call Street. book containing Schabon, 614 East 43 .Ex-service men and dependents of World War. Do you know your rights? Pensiona, compiensatjonsj, , Insurance, hospitalization, soldiers' homes, bonus, funeral expense, etc. Methods of obtaining these and other benefits covered in our manual. One dollar.— Service Men's Service, Jackson, Miss. 46-49 LOST—Black leather coat. Finder call Bert Deal, Algona. 46 WANTED—Washing and ironing. Phone 701-W. 300 East Elm. 46* FOR RENT—Sleeping room. Phone 164 46 Silver King and Golden King seed corn for sale. These are the two high yielding varieties fop northern Iowa.— P. S. Thompson, phone 26P12, Algona. 45-48 WANTED—Middle aged lady for general house work. Family of two. Modern home. No washing. Call phone 601. 46 Painting and Decorating. Estimates tladly given. Phone 778.—Harry Baker. 4341 Old floors made new with electjlc floor sander.—William Aman, Phone 456. 43-tf FOR RENT—6 room house, practically modern.—Guy Mantor. 41-tf WANTED—Girls for student nurses Apply Superintendent Kossuth hospital. 38-tf "Algona's Wife Saving Station."— Klruh's Laundry. Phone 267. 60-tf In Sea Sand Dull Mat Kid White Kid Pull Calf To meet the demand for pumps, we offer you quality footwear which is planned so as to give you every advantage in Style, Quality and Price. Styles that fit and please. THE SHOE Co. SHOES AND HOSIERY. Price is Quality is Valutt poulbla becauia Goodyear bulldii MILLIONS MORE llroi annually 4.40-21 (29x4.40) 4.50-2O *5-6o (29x4.50) 4.75-19 (28x4.75) 5.00-19 *6-* 8 0x5.00) 5.25-19 *8' 13 toxS.ZS) 6.0O-2O $11.50 (32x6.00) Goodyear Tires, Willard Batteries, Washing, Creasing, Brake Testing and Relining. Phone 26. County piji, books for sale at the Upper Des Molnes-Republtcan office, only a few left. 32-tf FAKM LOANS AT 5'/ 4 % INTEREST Oity residences and farms for gale. List your property with us. MURTAGH BROTHERS, Licensed Real Estate Brokers, We Call for and Deliver. Clapp's Master Service >, IOWA,

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