The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 26, 1933 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 26, 1933
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RYBJGTON FOLKS PLAN P. T. A. GROUP: TO MEET FRIDAY Program to Include Music, Speaking; All Invited to Attend Irvlngton: Friday night of this week 6 meeting is being called at the Irvington school for the patrons of that school district In view of organizing a local P. T. A, for district No. 7. There will be a short program With pieces by the rhythm bands. Last Thursday afternoon Mary Helen Hudson, Maxlne and Dorothy Fraser and Adrien Thompson were selected as the judges In choosing the best twelve speakers In the school to assist with the program Friday evening. These young ladies are all from the Algona high school normal training classes. Mrs. Hudson accompanied the girls to Irvlngton. The teachers extend an Invitation to all interested persons to attend. Lunch will be served at the close of the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dole were Sunday afternoon callers at Spencer. Mrs. Martin Becker has been ill at her home the past week with the flu. The Paul Hudson family visited on Sunday with relatives at Buffalo Center. Alvin Weber Is the proud possessor of a new McCormlck-Deertng two-row corn picker. Mrs. Sam Reaper was a guest Sunday at the home of her son, Charles on the McGregor street road. Mrs. Sever Christensen of Algona was a Sunday caller at the home of her sister, Mrs. Ray Watson. Mrs. Bernlce Boldrldge McLaurens and Mrs. Singleton plan to return to their southern home the latter part of the week. W. T. Metzen was pleasantly surprised Sunday when about fifty of his friends arrived with well filled baskets to help him celebrate his sixtieth birthday. Dinner was served at noon. The Roblson family, who have been living in Mrs. Sankey's house, moved the past week to Algona, where they will live with Mrs. Roblson's mother, Mrs. Brayton. Mr. Robison works for Jewell Patterson. Maurice Parsons is relieving Ben Ter. hune of mail carrying at the present time while Ben is taking a much needed vacation. Meanwhile Ben Is not Idle but is busy with the general routine of farm work. Mr. and Mrs. George Hackman accompanied by their daughter, Mrs. Fred Geigel, returned Friday evening from Ortonville, Minn., where they attended the funeral of Mrs. Hackman's brother, W. F. Mulllca. The Irvlngton township farm bureau will meet Friday, Nov. 3, with Mrs. A. J. Keen. This Is to be an all day meeting, «<* 1 ^, te "#jnfr 1 * 22S 1 dish. Every lady Is cordially Invited. The lesson theme will be "Modem House Cleaning; Up to r»te." Mrs. Wm. Rutledge Is critically Ul at her home In Irvlngton, being con- flned to her bed. Her daughters, Mrs. Allen of Mason City, Mrs. Chas. Cox and Mrs. Dell Barker of Minn., were at home for the week end, Mrs. Cox remaining to help care for her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Rube Shipley seem to have more than their share of fires. Some time ago their house and personal belongings were completely destroyed by fire and recently their barn burned down. However, a new barn Is now nearly completed, the lumber having been purchased from the Irvington elevator. The shlpleys live on the old Klnnle farm In the center of Sherman township. Mrs. Seth Jordan who with Mr. Jordon was crossing the new bridge at the foot of the Irvlngton hill, was severely bruised and hurt when their car struck the west end of the bridge and she was thrown against the top of the car. This Is a dangerous drop ana some attention should be given to It at once before other accidents occur. The red flags that are attached to the bridge are insufficient warnings. Swea City Folks Mourn Passing of Two in Community Swea City: Funeral services for Oeo. Peterson, aged 10, was held at the Immanuel Lutheran church Monday afternoon with Rev. Raymond Swanson In charge. George was taken ill less than two weeks ago, and an operation for mastoid was performed on Tuesday. He failed to rally and died on Saturday afternoon. He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Peterson and one sister and one brother, and many other relatives. Funeral services for Mrs. Alton Ferguson, age 48, were held on Wednesday afternoon at the Immanuel Lutheran church with Rev. Raymond Swanson in charge. Mrs. Ferguson has been ill for some time with anemia and other complications, and died at the Fairmont clinic on Monday. Surviving are her husband and two sons and two daughters. She is a daughter of the late John Carlson, a pioneer of Swea township. Ed. F. Anderson left Saturday for Iowa City where he will have examinations and treatment at the hospital. Mrs. Ardys Dahl fell and Injured her shoulder while playing on the school grounds Tuesday forenoon. Fortunately no bones were broken. Phil Sheridan of Bancroft is the assistant at the Swea City bakery. Mr. Sheridan has had a lot of experience in the bakery business. Mr. Schrader, local manager is putting out quality merchandise and business is on a daily Increase. A comunity program was sponsored by the teachers and patrons and pupils of the consolidated school Monday evening. It is hoped that a P. T. A. organization will be the outcome. About 150 were present You Don't Have to be an Owl to Appreciate a Used Car Bargain ivy Albert Ogren's 1931 Chevrolet coupe ... A de luxe model, with a rumble seat only 16,000 miles, five good tires, looks, drives, runs like new and priced right. THIS IS OUR WEEK'S SPECIAL It Will Pay You to Investigate LONE ROCK PUPILS KEEN FOR PLACES ON HONOR ROLL First Heport on Six Weeks' Work Made Public; Must Average 90% Lone Bock: The following Lone Rock pupils are on the honr roll, receiving an average of 90 per cent In regular subjects the first six weeks: First grade—Helen Jensen, Wlllard Thompson, and Jean WUberg. Second grade—Luella Ackerman, Harvey Oodden, Eugenia Mae Hoflus, Robert Marlow, Harold Padgett, Caroline Schautnberg, Claude Whltehlll, Betty Ann Sharp and LaVerne Schroder. Third grade; Everett Ackerson, Virginia Frye, Catherine Mae Householder, and Donald Newbrough. Fourth grade—Marshall Mllllgan, Maxlne Flalg and Dorothy Hobson. Fifth grade—Dorothy Jensen, Doris Mae Blanchard, Wllma Marlow, June Rahn and Roy Blerle. Sixth grade—Juanlta Wegner, and Viola Sprank. Seventh grade—Bernard Genrlch, Bette Marlow and John Sprank. Eighth grade—Marian Jensen and Chester Simpson. Ninth grade—Shirley Marlow and Grave Newbrough. Tenth grade—Beryl Sanders. TheAlgona Eleventh grade—Margaret Gladstone and Ooflft Jane Hollteter. Twelfth grade—Ruby oherland and Verne Darken. The Mothew dab trtll meet at the home of Mr*. Jack Qulnn Wednesday, NOT. 1. The sewing club will meet at the home of Mrs. Alex Erueger Friday evening of this week. Peter Madison of Detroit arrived at the home of Mrs. O. Madison last week for an extended visit. Mr. and Mrs. George Pruis arrived at the Leonard Heerdt home Thursday for an extended visit. Mrs. Jennie Whltford went to Rockford, Illinois, Friday to see her sister, Mrs. Wm. Rhea, who is ill. Mrs. Charles Morris entertaltfed Mer- vln christensen and Gerald and Elwyn Godden at Sunday dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ackerman entertained at a party Wednesday evening In honor of their llth wedding anniversary. Mrs. August Lampe and baby of Ventura spent the week with her parents, the Richard Longs and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Rice drove to Corwlth last Tuesday where Mr. Rice repaired the cable for the telephone company. Coach V. V. Frye was absent from school Monday. He accompanied his parents to Iowa Falls to attend! funeral services of an uncle. Mrs. J. M. Blanchard, Mrs. Robert Padgett, Mrs. W. J. Cotton and MM. N. L. Cotton attended a district P. T. A conference at Algona Friday. Eighteen attended the quilt show and given by ft die* Mite wetety at Wednesday. Around »13 were taken fWd denricii, sea *«* ttttttger and George Long Afn* Sunday w ^U£ son, Maynatd, who Is attending there. Gorton Bianehatd, an operation ft* hospital in Algona .• day was able to be brought home on ^."ind Mrs. t. T. WWtehm of Baa Diego, California, *P£'£J&dJ£: Blanchard and Claude WhltehUlhomM last Wednesday enroute home from tne World's Fair. Mrs. Harley Bhelllto and daughter, Norma, of Ames. accompanied Ve» Morris to Lone Rock Friday and spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton. A three act comedy, '''Sound Your Horn" will be enacted by the Junior class of the Lone Rock J^V? »^S Friday, November 3. In the Lone Rode high school gymnasium. Mrs. Frank Clayton and son, BlUy of Charles City visited her parents, the Wm. Krauses, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Rob Padgett drove to Charles City Sunday to take her home. L. R. Roderick and daughter, imo- gene drove to Mason City Friday. Mrs. Roderick, who has been with her mother, Mrs. Margaret Davlson the past two weeks, accompanied them home. Mr and Mrs. Fred Schultz made a business trip to Des Molnes Thursday. They visited Mr. Schultz's brother, Herman at Cedar Falls and Albert nt Waterloo, returning home Friday evening. Rev. and Mrs. S. M. Gladstone en- tertamed at Sunday dinner the tor M». 0. MBS and **& ma,' 86n7 Milton, Mr. *«£ »» . OsbofH »W dftughtet, ftter M«ll»tt of Detroit, Msd Mr. »nd M». A. A. Rrue- People'* OhrtoUaft % deftrof haftecf the «eMC« dot; ing chtfltfc heuf Sundfty. JSH* BMO« concerning the young people 6f today. The Susy Friday elub met at the offle offfis. Will ***&*£&.£. ternoon. Ten were, present iwt MOfl- day evening. A group of the ladies met at the home of Mr». Alex K™*f and tied ft quilt to be sent to the orphans* home at council Bluffs. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Parlto of Campus, Hi., arrived at the Oscar Bating home ttMS^^^ Earing, Mrs. Ada Ellis of and Mr. wd Mrs. Frank *wUn to Rochester, Minn., to see Earl Ear inVwho to to the hospital there The Purlins returned to Campus Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Thompson entertained the following relatives at din. ner Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. August Lampe of Ventura, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Binten and children and John Binzen of Jollet, Illinois, Mr. and Mrs. John Long, sr., and son, Mike of Burt, the Arthur Longs of Bancroft, the James Longs of Good Hope, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Long and John Long and the Ira Newbroughs and son, Donald, of Lone Rock. Donald Blanchard, son of the J. M. Blanchards, and Harry Helgason, of Walllngford, students at Oedar Falls, hitch-hiked home Saturday for over the week end visit. Other college students who spent the week end at parents, Bet. Mid oiady* sttbrltt ftfld ft girl friend, sephine Relmer of tt*son City spent the w*k end at the hcm« of her grandmother, Mrs. B. M. Hawks. SOUTH PLUM OEEEK! Wm. McMahon and Oarl Albfig* are erecting a corn «eww on tw Albright home place this week. Will some one speak uj» and tell tite farmers here how to refinance thefr farms at the price farm produce Is bringing. Wm. Fitzgerald shelled and marketed the surplus of his crop of cam grown on his place test year. It was marketed at Plum Creek on last Thursday. A successful, school entertainment was held at central school house last Monday evening which represented skm in the teacher to get the pupils t* do their best. Mr. and Mrs. Schottburger were can- era here last Saturday. They now occupy the Carton place south of Algona but will move into the Albright house near the fair grounds next week. Leroy Gross from neat RockfoWL Iowa, is husking corn at the Can Albright farm. He and Richard Nelson are husking by hand and cribbing at the rate of a hundred bushels a day each from the same field. And These Other Red Hot Buys 1931 Chevrolet Coupe 1929 Chevrolet Coupe new tires, welled fend- m d conditi ers, motor m perfect J 6 ' condition. low miles, 3 new tires. 1931 Ford Coupe, clean and in best condition 1932 Ford V-8 Tudor in perfect condition The Temperature Hit 33 Last Week Alcohol, in bulk, CAp Prestone, 0 QS per gallon WJC p er g a ii on ti.JJ ABV1N hot water heaters, $12.50 and up FORD New 15-plate battery, $6.90 and your old battery. KENT MOTOR CO. Algona's Ford Dealer, '.'NOW I FEEL FULL OF PEP" After taking Lydia £. Pink- bam'0 Vegetable Compound That's what hundreds of women «ur. It steadies the nerves . . . makes you eat better . . . sleep better . . . relieves periodic headache and • • • makes trying days endurable U you 9*9 not as well as you to to#i ftive this medicine a ou. Get • bottle today. New 50^ Size LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S TABLETS FOR WOMEN They relieve and prevent periodic pain and associated disorders. No narcotics. Not just a pain killer but a modern medicine which acts upon the CAUSE of yeur trouble. Per* sistent use brings permanent relief. Sold by alTdruggists. ATHLETIC PARK - ALGONA OCT.29 2:30 P. M. SPENCER MERCHANTS VS ALGONA INDIES This promises to be the greatest game of the year in Northern Iowa, Spencer's team i» made up of Sutherland, Estherville and Emmetsburg former university stars, Algona will have the best backfield ever to appear on the local field. Admission 35c and 20c

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