The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 20, 1931 · Page 3
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The Upper Des Moineg-Republic&Ti, May 20, 1931 Wesley News Items Mr. and Mrs. j. T. Mttrret and CJher- jrll Ann drove to Whlttemare Sunday to visit in the home of Joseph Meurer, 8r. Mr. and Mr*. Henry Van Dating and children of Waterloo spent Sunday trtth her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mrs. R. B. Hopkins spent from Wednesday until Sunday at LeMars as a gueftfe in the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Latham. Ihno A. Gerdes spent several d&ys the past week at the farm home of his brother, Henry, where he helped with farm work. Mr. and Mr. Philip Dahlene of Burlington spent a few days over the week end at the home of his sister, Mrs. Raymond Hanson. The David Johnson and Carl Fran- Ben families were entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Wester on Friday evening for dinner. Mr* Julius Kunz entertained the Deal "Em trudge club Thursday. The members of the club will meet this Week with Mrs. L. L. Lease. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Johnson and family and John Kutechara drove to Rockford Sunday to spend the day with his parents, Theodore Johnson. Mrs. Bertha Looft and family and her mother, Mrs. H. Schutter drove *.o Ringsted Sunday to spend the day at the home of her son, Henry and wife. Mrs. Clarence Seefeldt underwent an operation for the removal of her appendix at the Kossuth hospital at Algona last week and is getting along nicely. Fred Dlekmann left Monday for a week's business trip to various points In Iowa In the Interest of the Kunz Grain Company for which he Is accountant. Mr. and Mrs. John Hutchison and her brother, Fred Lawler drove to New Providence Saturday night to spend Sunday at the home of her mother, Mrs. Margaret Lawler. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Price and Beverly Jean, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller and Donald of Mason City, spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hutchison. The Henry Sherman barber shop enjoyed a day's holiday Monday when he closed his shop In order to attend the state convention of the Iowa Association of Master and Journeyman bar> bers. j Fred Bentele received word from Macon, Missouri, that his father died on Sunday night at ten o'oclock. Fred and his brother, Frank, left Monday for Macon to be present at the funeral Tuesday afternoon. A baby boy came to gladden the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ostercamp Thursday noon. Mrs. John Ormsby Is helping care for mother and little one. There Is one other boy, Willard, In the Ostercamp family. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. .Corey and their daughter, Ruth, drove up from Des Molnes Friday and spent until Sunday afternoon at the various Kunz homes. for i of a week or ten started from their winter home In Flot- tda and expect to return to Wesley on Tuesday or Wednesday of this week. The Felts left here together With their granddaughter, Nina Mae Wagner of Oofwtth last fall and made the trip both ways in their car. Mrs. Leo Blelch attended a miscellaneous shower on & bride-to-be at Goodell Friday evening. This young lady will become the bride June 7 of Mrs. Blelch's brother, Lawrence Smith. She taught at Goodell the past year and the couple will make their home for the present with his parents on a farm near that place. Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Moore left on Monday morning for Kansas where they are planning to spend ten days visiting in the home of their son. He plans to leave with his family shortly for some location further away and the visit at this time was planned in view of this. The pulpit at the Methodist church next Sunday will be filled by Rev. Gartner of Titonka. Three "Protect Wesley Children" road signs have been erected on the highways leading into the town. One is placed at the Preston Chapln corner, one at the Nathan Studer corner and the other near the Guy Butts residence. These signs were furnished and put up by the American Legion Auxiliary and was a part of their com-, munlty service program for this year. | Funeral services for Mrs. Richard Van Horn, who died Wednesday night, following a siege of pneumonia, were held Saturday afternoon at the German Reform, church. Mrs. Van Horn was formerly Grace Lupen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Lupen of Kanawha. Besides her husband she leaves four children, the youngest being five weeks old on the day of her mother's burial. The Herman Carlson school closed its year's work Friday and the teacher, Marie Harris, together with her pupils enjoyed a closing day picnic at the Call State Park at Algona. Miss Harris will teach the Olaf Funnemark school next year and the Herman Carlson school will be taught by Miss Ila Olsen of near Sexton. Miss Olson taught the Sextdn school the past year. A group of twenty-five Hanson relatives enjoyed a belated Mother's Day picnic at the Eagle-Lake State Park Sunday. Those who were present included the H. M., Raymond, Carl, and Theron Hanson families of Wesley, Howard Hanson and wife of Clear Lake, Phillip Dahlene and family of Burlington, F. A. Dlekmann, G. C. Glddings and A. E. Giddings families of Wesley. Miss Margaret Looft returned home Saturday night from Wlnthrop where she was Instructor in the home economics department in that school the past year. She was re-elected and expects to return next year for her third year's work at Wlnthrop. Grace Looft has been home from Chicago a week and expects to return to Waterloo soon where she will be employed as instructor of stenotype and machine bookeeping at the Gates Business College. ter days. Mrs. William Henderson and two sons drove to HumboiUt Saturday to -JMMffl4_iha.jiay_aiLJ*ie Charles Pavlk homC^ J Wnt®*^rer^JSm*Fl»llWt»(S*e James to Fort Dodge to consult an eye specialist as he is again having trouble with his eyesight.^ Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Lohr, Veva and Dotis, Mrs. Carl Chalstrom, Donald and Clayton, all of Fort Dodge spent Sunday at the home of then- parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Hutchinson. Mrs. Charlstrom and children remained for a week's visit with her folks. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sherman of Williams are the proud parents of a baby boy, the second in the family, born to them one day the past week. There are also six girls in the family. Mrs. Sherman was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Matern before her marriage. Friday will be the last day of school and will be spent in taking the day off from regular school work and en- Joyed by having class picnics. School will reopen next September 7, about a week later than the past year. All the teachers have signed contracts to return for teaching duties next year. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Roadlnger re-. celved word from their son, John, who lives at Marlon, South Dakota, that he left last week for Phoenix, Arizona, to visit his sisters, Frances and Mayme. Frances is still confined to the hospital and is reported to not be any better, and at this time is unable to talk. Friends here of Dr. and Mrs. John F. Smith of Chicago are rejoicing over the birth of a second daughter to the Smiths born recently to them at the Mercy hospital there. Dr. Smith and family were located here for several years before leaving for Chicago where he is now member of the Mercy hospital staff of medics. Word has been received from Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Felt that they have The following students are taking part lr. the play "Patty Makes Things Hum": James Lloyd as Captain Bralth- waite; John Froehlich as Captain Little: Alan Wester as Mr. Green; Gordon bake as Mrs. Smith; Margaret Haverly as Mrs. Greene; Ivyl Marie Kunz as Patty; DeEtta Angle as Helen Braith- walte; Ruth Gorman as Hope Dunbar and Florence Reno as Hyacinth. The play promises to be unusually good and is full of amusing and entertaining acts. The regular Auxiliary meeting was held last Thursday night at the Legion rooms. The popples were distributed and will be on sals to the public this Saturday. The members plan to spring a surprise sick call Wednesday afternoon of this week on Mrs. Frank Wolf, one of their Gold Star mothers. Mrs. Wolf has been confined to her home for some time and has been unable to attend the Auxiliary meetings for a year or more. The members will take well filled baskets and will enjoy lunch and coffee together. SENECA NEWS. Thor Brighton is suffering from a bad case of quinsy. Mrs. Edith Hoeck is working at the Richard Metz home near Haifa. Thelma Anderson and Harriet Stowe of Thompson visited the Seneca school Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Dotson spent Sunday with Mr. Dotson's mother in Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Looft and family spent Sunday at East Chain visiting Walter Gardner. Mr. and Mrs Alfred Carlisle and Let's have a SHOWDOWN <m this matter of TIRE COMPARISONS ITH all the conflicting claims published about tires, it is obvious that misleading statements are being made. The only conclusion that you as a tire buyer can draw is that either we, as Firestone Dealers, are misrepresenting Firestone products, Or that a certain mail order house is not telling the truth about theirs. Both can't be right—one or the other is misleading the public by their comparisons. Firestone, in their advertising, only make comparisons that can be easily verified by the customer before buying tires. To attempt to substantiate the comparisons made by this mail order house, it would be necessary to go into a laboratory and employ experts. The very reason that the comparisons made in Firestone advertising enable you to get the facts yourself, ninkrs it unnccrssary for Mr. Firestone to make affidavit on the truth of his statements or to file any complaint with the Federal Trade Commission, and then advertise it, in an nttrmpt to lend the public to believe his statements were true. Mr. Firestone doesn't ask you to accept comparisons about Firestone Tires and special brand mail order tires until you see the facts yourself. Neither do we. All we ask is that you make your own comparison. We have cross-sections cut from special brand mail order tires purchased from stocks of moil order house and Firestone Tires — no "tricky" or misleading comparisons—come in today and make your own comparison* for Quality, Construction, and Prices. YOU and YOU ALONE be the judge! COMPARE CONSTRUCTION Tir*$fone Gives You More Rubber Volume More Weight . . . More Width . . . More Plies at Tread . Same Thickness » . Same Price . . . 4.50-21 TIRE Onr Tire 168 cu. in. 17*93 Ibs. 4.75 in. 6 plies .610 in. $5.15 -VA Certain Special Brand Mall Order Tire 159 cu. in. 15.48 Ibs. 4.73 in. 5 plies •61O in. $5.15 Double Guarantee—Every tire manufactured by Fire- •lono bears the name "FIRESTONE" and carries Firestone's unlimited guarantee and ours. You are doubly protected. •KA "Special Brand" Tire is made by a manufacturer for distributors such as mail order bouses, oUcom- pnnlcs and others, under a name that docs not identify the tire manufacturer to the public, usually because he builds hf* "first line" tires under his own name. Firestone puts his name on every tire he makes. COMPARE PRICES OLDFIELD TYPE Size 4.40-21 4.7S-19...J.~ 5.00-20 5.25-18 5.25-21 6.00-20 H.D. Onr Caili Price Each $4.98 6.' 6 5 7.10 7.90 8.57 11.50 -f<A Certain Special Brand Mail Order Tire Price Each $4.95 6.68 7.10 7.90 8.55 11.50 Oar Cash Price Per Pair $9.60 :' : 12.Wv 13.80 15.30 16.7O at*. 30 H. D. TRUCK TIRES 30x5 32x6 All Other . 17.95 29.75 Size* Priced 17.95 29.75 Proportionate 34.90 57.90 ly Lorn COURIER TYPE Blie 30x3% ^4<*2]C™! 4.50-21 5.25-21 Onr Cash Price Each $3.97 "4*155 5.15 7.75 •KA. Certain Special Brand Hall Order Tire Price Each $3.98 6.98 4.55 5.15 7.75 Oar Cash Price Per Pair $7.74 13.58 8.80 9.96 15.OO firestone BATTERIES We sell anil service the complete line of Firestone Batteries. We will make you an allowance for your old battery. Drive in and see the Extra Value. Site 4.50-20 4.50-21 4.75-19. 4.75-20. 5.00-20 5.25-21 5.50-20 .00-20 .50-20 7.00-21 Our Caih Price Each $8.55 8.75 9.70 10.25 11.25 12.95 13.70 15.20 17.15 20.15 Special Brand Hall Order Tire Price Each $9.00 9.20 10.25 10.75 11.75 13.65 14.35 15.95 17.95 22.90 Onr Cash Price Per Pair $16.7O 16.96 18.90 19.90 21.90 25*30 26.70 29.50 33.30 39.10 All Other Sisei Priced Proportionately Low All we ask Is^Come In and Compare! TIRE SERVICE CO. "Vic" Algona "Mac" Patterson Electric Shop, Lu Verne Lorenz Service Station, Wesley Goetsch, Motor Co., Fentoii Associate Dealers Livermorc Oil Co., Livermore Kent Motor Co., Algona Hansen Service Station, Burt Fisher Service Station, Titonka Mcnke Auto Co., Bancroft The New Chrysler Six With the most impressive list of features ever offered on any automobile at its price. Call at Klamp Auto Co. and ask for a demonstration. Sales and Service by Simmons Bros. Phone 523 ' A1 8' ona » Iowa< family of Whtitemore spent Sunday evening at the George Goetsch home. Mrs. Einer Beck and daughter, Linda, from Ringsted spent Tuesday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thor Brighton. Harold Goetsch and Earl Osborn spent Thursday and Friday o'f last week in Waterloo. Leo Keyes returned home with them to visit over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Henry McGregor and family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kueck and family and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Delperdang and family of Bancroft visited at the Fred Jensen home Sunday. Mr and Mrs John Andreason of Barnet, Wisconsin, are the proud parents of a baby boy born May 18. Mrs. Andreason is the daughter of Hans Wll- berg, Sr., and will be remembered by her friends as Alice Wilberg. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Brown and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Houseman of Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kelly and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Kvans- dale and family, Henry Moline, Oscar Moline and Miss Emeline Moline of Swea City, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Jensen of Ringsted, John Light, Chas. Lohse, John Meyer and John Ulfers of Fenton were Sunday visitors at the John Osborn home. LAKOTANEWS. Tom Adams was a business visitor at Emmetsburg last Wednesday. Mrs. Martin Mortinson of Mason City, spent several days here last week with relatives. 0. R. Smith and son, Raymond, were business visitors at Cedar Rapids one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Johnson and two children spent Sunday with relatives at Spencer. Mrs. Mary Smith of Algona was a guest here last week at the home of her sons, John and J. F. Mrs. Bertus Jansen celebrated her birthday Sunday by having all of her children and their families home. Truman Turley returned home last week from several weeks' visit with relatives at Chester, South Dakota. Several men from here went to Spirit Lake for the opening of the fishing season and report a good catch of pike. Dr. and Mrs. Robert Williams enjoyed a visit Sunday from the doctor's parents, who were up from Foirc Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Schissel returned home last week from several days' visit with relatives at Minneapolis and Austin, Minnesota. Mrs. Addle Seymour, president of the Farmers & Drovers State Bank, was up from Algona several days last week looking after business matters. Ward Specht accompanied by Mrs. Specht and their little daughter were down from Elmore Wednesday afternoon looking after business matters. The Misses Emma and Louise Thaves attended the baccalaureate service at Burt Sunday evening, their niece, Virginia Thaves, being one of the graduating class. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Faulkner enjoyed a few days' visit last week from Mrs. Faulkner's nephew and family, Mr. and Mrs, P. A. Scott and little son of Lib'- ertyville, Illinois. Mrs. W. E. Carlson and daughter, Jane, Mrs. Emma Wortman and Mrs. Schuler of Swea City were guests one evening last week at the Mrs. Julia Wortman home. Henry Gutknecht, who has not been in the best of health for some time, left Sunday for Iowa City, where he will undergo an examination at the University hospital. Mayor 0. F. Specht accompanied by Mrs. Specht and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Coleman were up from Algona Saturday attending to business and calling on relatives and friends. Mrs. Nellie Konald and son, Glen, were visitors Saturday night and Sunday at the John Liesveld home. Mrs. Konald was on her way home from De- splalnes, Illinois, to Clear Lake, South Dakota. Miss Gertrude Wortman, who has been teaching south of town, and Miss Mary Jane Lewis, who was graduated from the Ledyard high school last week, expect to attend summer school at Cedar Falls. The Rev. F. O. Johnson of the M. E. church of this place went to Buffalo Center Sunday evening and held services for the Rev. Albert Howe, as the latter preached the baccalaureate service at Rake. While fishing at Tuttle Lake Sunday afternoon, Albert Weringa and Arthur Bassel, with one of Mr. Wer- inga's small sons in the boat had the misfortune to tip over, but with the exception of getting wet they were all right. Miss Helen Bargar who taught the past year at Glllett Grove and Miss Esther Rosenau, who taught at Stran, Iowa, both arrived home on Saturday, to spend their vacation at the parental homes. Miss Bargar is having the whooping cough. Friends here enjoyed a short visit last Tuesday from Harlan, the second son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bainbridge, who left here about twenty-six years ago. The family now live at Minneapolis. Mr. Bainbridge passed away about a year ago. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Wortman south of town are rejoicing over the arrival of their first born, a seven pound boy who made his arrival last Tuesday evening. Mrs. Wortman's sister, Mrs. Michael Winter of Mason City is here caring for mother and babe. Ed. White, the contractor for the general contract of the school house, arrived here lost Wednesday, and work on the basement has been started. The residence of the late Catherine Winter which was purchased by the Chas. Lewis familly, was moved last Wednesday onto the lots in the south west part of town which the Lewises recently bought of F. W. Baum. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schroeder who were recently married, were surprised last Monday evening when Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schroeder, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. George Heetland and Mr. and Mrs. John Griese met at their home with well- filled baskets to spend the evening: with them. Before leaving for their' homes the self-invited guests presented the newly weds with a set of dishes. AMAVWWWVWWWi Runchey's Phone 237, Algona—We Deliver We carry a full line of staple and fancy groceries and this season of the year we have on hand u full line of fruits and vegetables. We also have home grown tomato plants, home grown radishes, home grown asparagus. For bargains look over our ten cent counter. Look for our special bargain sheet for Friday and Saturday. Home baking Saturday of Rolls, Tea Kings, Boston Brown Bread and Cakes. Keep Kuncheys in mind for your wants. International Chick Meal $3.40 International Chick Feed, per 100 Ibs. $2.35

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