The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 6, 1937 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 6, 1937
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona. Iowa, May 6. 1937 -ii^^^l/ 3 ^ fl/^^BuVV^WBUY, \S^. \irr~si—^r f i Lortly rlngi tlSup GRUEN Tfit PRECISION N O gift delights more than a gift of jewelry. It is a lasting gift, and no amount of money will be able to buy your gift later when it becomes even mote prized as the years roll on ... Lee out Gift Department offer you suggestions—and show you the newest creations in Grucn Watches. Here, fn a fine watch, is the ideal gift . . . one that keeps right on giving in pride of ownership and years of faithful service. Sec out complete selections. CLERMONT ... 15 if wtl», ye.'low gold MM ust, Gulldlte back 179.75 MARIETTA ... 17 |«welj, yellow or wtilti gold filled case $33.71 SORORITX ... 17 lewel Precision movement, yellow sold filled c«e 139.75 Elgin and Hamilton Watches Many of the latest models to choose from A. H. Borchardt DRUGS—JEWELRY Buy Something Buy a home; buy a farm; buy shoes; buy clothing; buy something. Anything you buy Is worth more than your money. The dollar is the cheapest thing on the market. $100.00 an acre for land Is In reality only $65.00 an acre. Today we are selling the same shoes for $2.08 that we sold for $2.98 two and three years ago. Then the dollar was nearly 100 percent. Today it is about 65c. So we are really getting only $1.94 for them now. Buy shoes; buy clothing; buy something. Turn your money Into something you can use. We are making prices OB ihoes and furnUhlnga that you will not see again for many a long day, Right now buying shoes at Neville's you are really getting the value of an old time dollar for your present 65c dollar. It will be a long time before you can buy children's oxfords, sizes up to big 2 at S9c. Boys' and girls' triple sewed oxfords with good leather soles sizes up to 3 at 98c. Ladies everyday oxfords, very comfortable and lots of wear, all sizes at 79c. Men's stylish oxfords, Black, Brown, Gray and White, all sizes at $1.98. A house full of Bargains at Neville's Shoe Store B&xoxiaoiQe^^ Sorensen's Specials NAVY BEANS 3 Ibs. 23c KOSTO-FREEZ, Ice Cream Powder ___3 for 25c OATS, regular price 23c special 19c WHEATIES (dish free) 2 for 23c ZIP (Puffed Wheat) 2forl7c IT FIO A T S 99%, % PURE IVORY SOAP 3 for 20c He it' S»<A 2 for 25c Asparagus, Peas, Cauliflower, Carrots, Tomatoes, Green Onions, Green Peppers, Celerjr, Cucumbers, Parsley, Cabbage, Radishes, New Turnips, Sweet Potatoes, New Potatoes, Baking Potatoes Pineapple, Strawberries, Rhubarb Fancy Hams, Dressed Spring Chickens Pork Cutlets, -Ib. 23c Baby Beef Stew, Ib. 14c Baby beef roast, Ib 18c Baby Beef Liver Ib. 17c Bacon Squares, trimmed per Ib. 23c Complete Assortment of Cold Meats Sorensen Grocery Co. W« Deliver Gwutt. Mrs. George Cbnklin Is seriously 111 and confined to her bed with a chest cold. Matt Lamuth drove to Emmetsburg, Sunday, and spent the day visiting a friend. Services will be held nt Ate St. Thomas Episcopal church at 11:00 o'clock Sunday morning. Mrs. J. D. Graham of Hurt was a week end guest at the home of her sister, Mrs. August Strom. Janet Zerfass, employed In Des Moines, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Zerfass. Mrs. Frank Mathes returned to Ames today (Thursday) after being at home with her children since Tuesday. Robert MrCullough has resigned his job at Kennedy & Parsons, and is now employed as salesman fqr Roy Bjustrom. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jolinnnson, Jr., entertained Mr. and Mrs. C. Weydert of Hobarton at dinner on Sunday evening. Lois Guyetto and Ruth Pierce, teachers at Garner, were guests. Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hoppe. Mrs. Vic Parsons has a case of poison ivy. . he is employed as bookkeeper and stenographer nt the Kruse-Blossom Insurance Agency. Mr. and Mrs. \Vm. Pestotnlk nnd family will drive to Boone Sunday | to spend Mother's Day with Mrs. Pestotnik's mother. Mrs. Joseph Martindale. Mayor and Mrs. C. F. Sperht will drive to Forest City. Friday, for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Larson. Mrs. Larson is a daughter of the Spechts. Drs. \V. D. Andrews and S. W. Meyer went to Des Moines Wednesday to attend a state convention of osteopaths. They are expected home today. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hoppe drove to Ames. Sunday afternoon for a visit with their daughter, Marion, who Is to graduate from the Iowa State college this spring. Ed Goetsch, who lias been a patient at the Kossuth hospital for several weeks, was taken to the State Hospital at Cherokee for medical treatment Friday. Mr. and Mrs, G. L. Tnivne and daughters, Burdene and Betty Lou, were Sunday guests at Shellrock at the home of Mr. Towne's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Towne. Mrs. DeMaude Lathrop will leave tonight (Thursday) for Salem, Oregon, for an extended visit with her children, Frank and Meredith, who are living in that city. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt will drive to Ames Saturday to bring their daughter, Esther, who is a student at Iowa State College, home with them for the week end. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Fuller and children, Enid and Billy, drove to Spencer where they formerly lived and visited friends. Mr. Fuller looked after business matters. SOB HutohUon, Uttte daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. C.-Hutchison, Is a victim of the chicken pox. She came down with the disease, Sunday, and has only a mild case. Haggard & Falkenhainer expect to have a flower garden this summer back of their business building. Several loads of dirt have been hauled in and the work will soon begin. Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Wilson drove to Swea City, Sunday, and visited Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Peterson and sons, Ronald James and John Phillip. Mrs. Peterson is a daughter of the Wilsons. Marguerite Johnson will leave for Graettinger, Saturday, to be with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Johnson. She has worked for the past six months at the home of Mrs. Norman Walker. Sirs. L. G. Thompson and little Mary Thompson of Estherville were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Miller. Mrs. Thompson is Mrs. Miller's mother, and Mary Is Mrs. Miller's niece. Mrs. Al Falkenhainer has been confined to her bed for several days with a severe chest cold threatening pneumonia. She is being cared for by a trained nurse and her condition is much improved. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Nelson will drive to Cherokee. Sunday, to visit their daughter, Margaret, who is a student at St. Mary'a college. Mrs. Nelson will attend a tea at the college given in honor of the mothers on that day. Mr. ami .Mis. H. E. Hist returned Sunday afternoon from Hollywood, California, where they had been during the past live months. ('. W. Nil-culm, brother of the latter, met them at Ames and brought them to Algona. Mr. und Mr*. II. A. Tuttle and family of Algona spent the week end in Dvn Moines visiting the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Tuttle. and at Perry visiting Mrs. Tuttle's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Biirrell. Mr. and Mm. C. It. Murtugh moved from the Kohlhaas duplex on North Phillips into their old home on Thorington Tuesday. Mrs. Murtngh's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Cratly of Ames will move into the Kohlhaas duplex next week. Edmund Capcsius of Ames will spend the week end with his parents. Mr. and Mrs..Frank Capesius. SundaY. the Capesius' family and Mrs. Jacob Winkel and daughters, Lorottu and Frances will be dinner guests of Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Winkel. Mr. and -Mrs. G. S. Buchanan will drive to Albert Lea, Sunday to spend the day visiting their sen, Allen. Allen has been employed during the past two weeks at Albert Lea in the offices of the Wilson Packing Company. He recently completed a. business course at Mason City. Slax Bicluurdsou wa* a guest ou Tuesday night at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Richardson. a student at Iowa State College at Ames, and will graduate this spring. Max has worked his way through college, and this is the first time he was able to be at home since last November. He baa accepted a very flue position with the Northwestern Bell Telephone Company, which will begia upon graduation. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. H. Taylor left Wednesday for a week or ten days in Cleveland, Ohio, and Chicago. At Cleveland they will visit a daughter, Mrs. Campbell Humphrey and at Chicago they will be guests of Mr. Taylor's sister, Mrs. Grace Rosewell. Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Free of Garner drove over to Algona Sunday to bring home Mrs. G. H. Free, George's mother, who has made a short visit with them. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schneider of Garner made the trip with them and visited Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Waller. Mr. Schneider nnd Mr. Waller are cousins. Dr. P. O. Dorweiler of West Bend was elected president of the North Central Iowa Veterinary Medical association at its annual convention held recently at the Hotel Warden in Fort Dodge. Dr. J. O. F. Price of Algona was the retiring president, not the newly elected officer as was erroneously stated in the Upper Des Moines last week. Margaret Vigars, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Vigars, who is attending the Iowa State Teacher's 1 college at Cedar Falls, has been the only student from Cedar Falls to be named as one of twelve for a scholarship to the Chicago University. This scholarship Is offered biannually, and out of 12 picked students, six will receive scholar- shin'?. .Mr. nnd Mrs. C. R. Bryant moved to Waterloo. Sunday. Mr. Bryant was employed at the Bornong Motor Company. and has been transferred to Waterloo, where he is to be a salesman for the Hud- son-TerrapIane Company. Mr. and Mrs. Bryant have been residents of Algona since November, and lived at the Claude Samson home during the absence of the Samson family, who spent the winter In California. Wilfred Resseguie of Chicago stopped Monday for a short visit with his mother, Mrs. Harry Holmes. Wilfred was enroute to Emmetsburg to attend a district bank group meeting. He was with a group from the Continental Illinois National Bank and Trust Co. of Chicago which is traveling In a special pullman to attend a number of bank meetings throughout the state. Harry Holmes took him to Emmetsburg later in the day. Corwith Club Reviews Iowa Artists, Tues. Corwith: The Corwith Women's club met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. G. W. Beacon. Mrs. P. E. Walley led in the singing of several songs by the club, after which she talked on the Art of Harry Stinson, Julie Haskell Oleson and Grant Wood, Iowa Artists. The paper, "Products With State Labels" was prepared by Mrs. Fay Scare and In her absence it was read by Mrs. J. L. Oxley. Mrs. J. W. Duckett talked on the automatic bread slicer, Mrs. S. L. Thompson on the fly swatter, Mrs. A. R. Gardiner on the products of the Schaeffer Pen Co. and Mrs. C. C. Johnson on buttons made in Iowa. The next meeting will be May llth at the home of Mrs. Mrs. George Gaskill. FRANK WYATT, FARMER NEAR LUVERNE, DIES Heart Attack Fatal To Man 50; Services Held Tuesday Lu Verne: Frank Wyatt, who hns lived southwest of LuVerne for several years, died Sunday following a henrt attack. He was about fiO years old and although he had suffered with heart trouble for time, his death came suddenly. He is survived by his wife and four sons. Short funeral services were held at the home Tuesday, after which the body was taken to Sum- ncr. his former homo, for burial. At Rtimnirns' Funeral A large number of people from LuVerne and the country south attended the funeral services Monday for Ben Rummens, who had died Saturday at his home in Livcrmore. Mr. Rummens had moved to Livermore a few years ago after living for many years on his farm between LuVerne and Hardy. He had been ill for a year or more. Mother-Dnujfhtor Banquet A Mothers and Daughters banquet will be given by the Presbyterian Ladies' Aid nt the Community Hall Saturday evening May 8, at 6:30. An appropriate program is being planned and every woman in the community is invited to come and bring a daughter, her come and bring ad daughter, her own or someone else's. Pre-Nuptinl Shower A pre-nuptial shower was given Eunice Thompson nt the Community Hall Saturday afternoon by n number of friends. Miss Thompson, who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will Thompson, has been teaching for the past two years In Irvington. She will be married after school is out to Merril Parsons and will live in Wisconsin, where Mr. Parsons is farming. Gets Teaching Post Miss Doris Merriam, who is attending Iowa State Teachers' College nt Cedar Falls, has accepted a position us dramatic teacher in McGregor for the coming school year. Miss Merriam is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Merriam. went to Mason City \Vedneplay upon receiving word Mint Ari'iur Hnnselmnn was !o be operated on for appendicitis there. The Arthur Hnnselmans had moved from Lu- Verne to a farm near U:\rner, on March t. The Rrv. E. R. Walter and Henry Geis left Wednesday to attend tlie annual conference of the Evangelical church which is being held this year at Clinton. Mrs, Walter and daughter, who have been visiting in Illinois, will return with them Monday. Ed I,rnz hiid tne misfortune to have one of his legs broken just below the knee Friday when he was crowded by ho«s as he was cnring for them in the pen. It is bad enough for anyone to have a leg broken at any time, but for a farmer to have his leg broken at this time of year is n double misfortune. Mrs. H. R. Cummings. Des Moines who visited her sister, Mrs. Carl Goetsch. last week was honored by a bridge party at the Goetsch home Wednesday evening. Two tables were in play and Mrs. Harry Lirhty won high score. On Thursday evening. Jfrs. John Rn- mus entertained at two tables of bridge for her. The May meeting of the Community club will be held Monday evening. May 11. at the Community Hali. The committee in Charge Is composed of ,T. L. Lichty. Harold Lichty. H. O. French. Arthur Dimler and Edwin Hanselman. They are making plans for an interesting program and will serve a lunch after the program. Champion Bauer Goes Against "Bull" Ross The Armstrong Athletic show next Tuesday night, May It, will put on a hot number in the wrestling match between Frank Bauer of Swea City, champion middleweight of the northwest, and "Bull" Ross, of Madison. Wisconsin, winner take all. There will be 32 rounds of boxing, the main event being between Jimmy Salvadore of Fort Dodge and "Packy" McFarland of Fairmont. Howard Smith arrived home the first of the week from Beaver. Pennsylvania, where he had spent the winter with two aunts. Two brothers and a sister of Mrs. Rosa Steussy of Green City, Misourl, arrived here Friday called by the serious Illness of Mrs. Steussy. The D. C. Tooheys, the Verne Tooheys and Miss Marjory Toohey, who has been visiting here from Des Moines, spent Sunday with relatives at Arnolds Park. Mrs. Kate Huff entertained at a family dinner Sunday, honoring the birthday of her son, Jesse. Those present were the John Bockes, David Huffs, LuVerne, and the Will Jensens, Webster City. In the absence of Rev. E. E. Hancock, who went to Omaha for the graduation exercises at the Theological Seminary, the Presbyterian Women's Missionary society had charge of the morning services In that church Sunday morning. Chas. Hanselman and Edwin Louis Escher has been 111 the past week. A stork shower was given Monday evening for Mrs. Verle Scribner. The senior class play, "Miss Collegiate" will be [presented Thursday and Friday, May 13th and 14th at the Merchants' Theatre. Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, ss. In District Court, March Term. 1937. No. 4246. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified. That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Nicholas Altman, Deceased, dated April 26th. 1913, having been this day filed, opened and read, the 3rd day of June, 1937, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the DVtriet Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court: and at 10 o'clock A. M.. of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed us and for the lust Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona. Iowa, May 5ih, 1937. KATHARINE MO EVOY. Clerk of District Court. L. A. Winkel, Attorney. 18-20 Ladies' and Men's TAILORING Suits—CouU—Skirts lUpairiiiK and KeliiiiilK CLOPTON The Tailor Phone 38 Over Behlmers H. W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Ever; load Inswed agatost loss or c'ainuge. Equipped to do fell kinds of draylng and oaultag. 32-tl Electric and Acetylene Welding done at reasonable prices. All work guaranteed. CLARENCE JENKINS Whittemore Welding Shop Shop at Long's Eitz Butter Crackers, large box ____ Mother's Day Candy 1 and 2 pound boxes Hill's famous Got- fee, 2 Ib. can _____ Lewis Lye, O_ per can __________ *^** Our Meats Are of Best Quality and Low Price Strawberries Cheap fJnnvn Asparagus Many Deliveries Plume Your Order '2 14-1215 Long's FOOD SHOP /"Ick-Uphodlcilnlilirii Intt'je Icngttffc, 7o, tid. ind 102 In. Beautiful, itromllncd International Ptck'Up Ttuck* In Hall-Ton to One-Ton capac. met. Other lypri of boUica lot all kind* of |oba. • In lines and appearance these new Internationals are new. Very new. But these trucks are not new in appearance alone. Performance has been improved as well as appearance. And that, considering the world-wide reputation for economy already established by hundreds of thousands of Internationals, is an achievement that should interest every truck user. No matter what your hauling requirements may be, there is a truck in this new International Line, built to meet your needs ex- actly.Without the slightest obligation, we would like to send you a catalog of this new International Line. Or come in to our showroom and see these new Internationals for yourself. The ALL-STEEL cab givei perfect protection against stormy weather. It it roomy, thoroughly insulated, and fitted with up- to-the-minute equipment. Rubber mountings wherever cushioning U needed. The one-piece, sloping, V-type, ventilating wtnd- •hield gives full vuiun. McGormick Deering Store Phone 52 Algona, la. INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS Baby Foods 4"" 29 C color baby picture with purchase of (our Oxydol 1>1<U'. 20c Calumet Bak Pwdr. 19c Oats quirk or ivj •is ox.!8c Bluc"G" Coffee 25c Upton's Green Tea 21c I. (1. A. Crm Cereal Jello nil Jlnvors I. G. A. Bird Seed ruttlc bone 9c Van Camps Pork - Beans 303 tal1 10c ?an 18 K Crushed Pineapple 3-8 I8K CrusherIGA Pineapple No. 2 1O f can for 1O ^ Tomatc Juice 10c tall can IGA Grapefruit Juice l"-°- lOc Carol Sandwich Spread 32 oz. 25c Carol Salad Dressing 25c 32 oz. Carol \pple Buttei 19c FIREPLACE FLOUR, Guaranteed .. . 49 Ibs. $1.59 FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES 2 boxes 29c STRAWBERRIES ORANGES, Florida Ig size 35c PINEAPPLES 2 for 29c large 23c RADISHES 2 bunches 5c FRESH MEATS Bologna 3 rings for 29c Boneless Veal Roast Ib. 20c Boneless Veal Steak Ib. 22c Dried Beef p kg. lOc Chesee, No. 1 Colby Ib. 21c Baldwin Food Mkt. Your I. G. A. Grocer Phone 355 FREE DELIVERY The Algona Auction Co. We are here to serve both the seller and buyer at our pavilion in Ali;ona every Saturday. Saturday. May 8 Our last Saturday's sale was food and we have a number of buyers looking for all kinds of stoek. Will have a good string of Cuttle, good ones, some feeder pi)4S und some brood sows. NOTK'K'—We have the ecmtraet on the I)el.a\al cream separator, so look to us for all kinds of repairs. We are carrying new separators in stock. Out; uood used Ucl.aval separator -No. Ili. «iood I'scd .Motor und i'ower attachment for Dcl.aval cream separator. We deal in new and used muchiurry. Alli.s-Chabncrs Tractors and tile Massi-y-Ilarris line of machinery. We will trade for anything you have. Sic us before you deal. Now if you have any food cheap horses to sell, brill); them. We have listed a. few horses for our sale Saturday, also huve some culls for horses. This Saturday we will have a muii at uur place to repair all makes of crcum separators, so bring tin in curly. Will blurt ou stock at 1:30. TtlOlS)—Cash. No properly removed until settled for. Open Every Day. Sale burn phone 77 WE HAVE A LCNCli KOO.U ^ - , % V/o K 1 U UP L t/ Operator mid Auction,,-. Raymond Kiddle, clerk.

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