The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 13, 1937 · Page 7
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to Own a BULOVA Oyr.Woy...Pay liffte by LJHte Lusby's Drug Store AUTHORIZED BULOVA DISTRIBUTORS The Algcna Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 13,1937 Now, a 17 Jewel B'lM/OV-A 29 78 / The lowest price ever "former fine 17-Jewel Bulova I You can* nowichoose from several! lultra • .mart Bulova Models I The Modest Budget Reaps the Benefit of a Firesafe CONCRETE HOME Concrete is not only the most satisfying of all home building materials, but one that saves in many ways. Its firesafety reduces insurance premiums ;;; its slow depreciation gives higher re-sale value . -. \ its permanence cuts costly repair bills. And another saving: termites can't eat concrete/ Your concrete home may be Ranch House, Spanish, Southern, Colonial, Modern. It will be warm and easy to heat in winter, cool and dry in summer, and its charm will endure through the years. Don't overlook the importance of concrete floors. They stiffen die whole house; prevent cracked plaster, sticking doors and windows. They're warm, quiet; firesafe. And you can cover or finish them as you please—with wood, carpet, linoleum, terrazzo, or simply colored and waxed. Row to Get a Concrete Home: 1. PhMi* or writ* • ncartay eanerrta prtducta nun «r torwreta contractor far th* namaa of •rchHacte and build- on nptrlancad In CMtcntt. a. Sctoct an •rthHact familiar *Kh ccncnta cMUtrwctlon «i»d 1*11 him yau want cMicnto wall* and floor* and a •roaaforoof. I. MOM your alani flgund by builder* mporloncotf In concrete construction. Lot nothlnf ahoko your determination to obtain tho bott valuo for your homo buHdlni dollar In today'* market.. . A riMSAFE CONCRETE HOME. r*<M0oo*M. tot ua mall you beautiful kooblot. ohowlnc II homo* dotlgnod by loadmi architect*. PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION 408 Hubbell BIdg., Des Moines, low* Please lend free illustrated booklet, "Designed JOT Can- 'crtti." Name. AMrtis. City Slat* UNION BACHELOR NOW A Many Mothers of Twp. Honored Last Sunday Union: Eldon Stoffel t/ ' not prove to be Union's suS --us benedict as erroneously rci«. ed last week. It turned out to be Milton Marlow, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Marlow. Congratulations! Union still has B large number of available eligibles. Tap Dancing Act Ruth Gisch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. Gisch and Ruth Gorman of Algona entered a contest held at the State Theatre in Algona Saturday. The girls did a tap dancing act and came out second. They were presented with a book. Lights on Tractors Some of Union's ambitious young farmers have equipped their tractors with lights and make use of the night as well as the day. News Items of Wesley Vicinity Parents of Girl Mr. and Mrs. Cephus Gross are the parents of » baby girl born last week. Mrs. Gross was formerly Hilda Leason. They now have a family of seven children and this is the second girl. The Chris Alt family were callers Sunday evening at the Rudolph Will home. Corn planting will start in Union this week if weather conditions remain the same. Friends are glad to welcome Rev. Woods back to his pulpit after a recent sick spell. Joe Arndorfer of Cresco township were afternoon callers at the Albert Gould home. Joyce Mlttag was a guest at a shower held at West Bend, Sunday, honoring Helen Heiderscheidt, who will soon wed Arthur Wildin. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Smith drove to Burt and spent Sunday evening with Mr. Smith's mother, who is ill. Her condition remains about the same. Mrs. Mame Wlnkel and daughter, Frances were guests in honor of Mother's Day Sunday at the home of her son, Julius, in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Capesius were also dinner guests. Mrs. Louis 3ode drove to Fort Dodge Saturday. She was accompanied by her mother, Mrs. John Lamuth who spent "Mother's Day" as guests of her daughters, Mrs. W. H. Ryno and Miss Irene Lamuth. Mrs. Bode brought her daughter, Lucille home for over Sunday. Recently, a test was given high school students on motor vehicle regulations, and some of the questions were so good that I want to repeat them here. It is well for us to make a test of our own driving ability by answering the following questions: 1. At an intersection, which Is controlled by traffic lights, do pedestrians or vehicles have the right- of-way? 2. Does the same situation exist at uncontrolled intersections? 4. What should a driver do when being overtaken and passed by another vehicle? Take inventory of your driving habits. Be honest. Be sincere. Answer these questions yourself, and see whether or not your driving habits comply with the answers you give. Marriage Banns Banns for the approaching marriage of Miss Emma Mnlecek and Stephen Burbash were published for the first time at the St. Joseph's Catholic church Sunday morning. The Rev. Arthur Bottom family spent Saturday in Mason City. Miss Matilda Eye spent Mother's Day with her parents at Rockwell. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Olson motored to Mason City for a week end visit with her parents. The Ed Hauptmann family of Corwith spent Mother's Day here with their parents, the Joseph Hauptmanns. The A. L. KleinpctT family were Sunday afternoon and evening visitors at the Ed Cink home northeast of town. The Raymond Ricke family drove to Williams Sunday where they spent the day with her folks, the Jack Shermans. The Ernest Sheets and Leo Reno families of Britt were Sunday guests at the home of their parents, the Albert Renos. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Alne and Rosalie drove to Radcliffe Sunday to spend the day with her folks, the Lars Severseikes. Guests at the Mrs. Kate Kennedy home Sunday were the Frank Conleys of Livermore and the Alfred Erdmanns of Wesley. Miss Bertha Richmeyer and two daughters of Iowa Falls spent Mother's Day here with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Studer. Mr. and Mrs. John Hutchinson drove to New Providence Saturday afternoon to spend Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Margaret Lawler. Mrs. J. T. Meurer and two children accompanied Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Lemkee to Mason City Tuesday of last week to spend the day. Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Funnemark and family attended Mother's Day services Sunday at the Lutheran church in Seneca and were guests during the day or friends there. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Walker and Raymond, and Mrs. Ed J. Studer of oorwith were dinner guests at the L. L. Lease home Sunday honoring Mrs. Susan Lease, their mother, on Mother's Day. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Larson and son, Arvin, attended a family gathering Sunday of relatives on Mr. Larson's side at the Lyng home in Forest City. Mrs. Lyng is a sister of Mr. Larson. Miss Martha Haynes, who is employed at the Isolation hospital, spent from Friday until Sunday here with her folks. Miss Irene Haynes, R. N., was called to Titonka last week where she is nursing in a home where there is ill-1 ness. Mrs. Al Wagner and two chiM- ren, Nina Mac and Dwight, of Bode, spent part of Saturday in Wesley overseeing her parents' home, the Ben Felts' residence, the Felts still being in Florida. They went on to Corwith from here where they were guests of Mrs. Qusta Hartvlg for tupper. Mrs. Lula Aman and two children of Geneva, Wls., Helen Homan and Mrs. George Honlg, both of Ackley, spent Sundny here visiting the various Hanig families. Mrs. Aman Is a daughter of Mrs. Pauline Hanig, Mrs. George Hanig, is a sister of Mrs. Pauline Hanig, and Mrs. Homan is the mother of Mrs. George Hanig of Wesley. Members of the Missionary society met Friday afternoon at the Methodist church parlors for their regular meeting with Mrs. John Mulling as hostess. Mrs. Mullins gave an interesting report on the annual convention held at Emmetsburg April 23. which was attended- by Mrs. Mullins, Mrs. Ostercnmp, Mrs. Raymond Hanson and Mrs. Arthur Bottom from the local group. BRE4D &3UTTER TO ME My station is all on its own. My living's got to come mostly from you people here. I want your steady trade, and there's where it helps me a lot, I can tell you, to be selling Conoco Germ Processed oil— the only oil that can Oil-Plate your engine. Meaning that a definite part of this patented oil always fastens direct to every working part . . . forms a real Plating of oil, which can't run down. Other oils "dry off" every time you park, but Oil-Plating can't, so you'll never make hard, grinding Starts. And that ends the worst wear of all. Or when you're hitting it up, this real Oil- Plating isn't rubbing right off, or thinning out, or burning right up. Which gives you mighty solid reasons v.-hy Oil-Plating means mere mileage from your engine and your Conoco Germ Processed oil. Besides making customers, I get a kick out of changing you to an oil I can believe in myself, right to the limit. CONOCO GERM PROCESSED OIL Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Carroll of Blooming Prairie spent Sunday and Monday here with their daughter, Mrs. K. «. Richardson. She accompanied them home and together they went on to Osakis, Minn., where they were to be present for a pre-nuptial courtesy given in honor of their daughter and sister, Miss Hazel Carroll, who is soon to become the bride of Wayne Fczlcr of Osakis. Miss Alvina Johnson spent the week end at Rodman where she attended school functions where her brother is superintendent of tho high school. Miss Johnson also taught here last year and was the guest soloist Sunday evening at their baccalaureate services. She was also a guest at the home of her brother there this week Thursday night when Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, their parents, of Radoliffe. were dinner guests at their son's home prior to commencement exercises that evening. A public program was presented at the Methodist church Sunday evening by the Woman's Foreign Missionary which was very well attended. Musical numbers were furnished by the girls' orchestra, several groups of girls' choruses. A play "A Diamond in the Rough", was presented by five girls, Miss Boyer, Madeline Erdmann, Lavon Gerdes, Helen Nelson and Evelyn Haynes. Mrs. Elmer Glawe gave a book review on 'this year's study book "Congo Crosses" which was very interestingly given. Mrs. A. A. Bishop of Algona, district officer, was also present and gave a pleasing talk. A thank offering was taken up. with the amount of nearly $10 being raised. First Communion, Wesley Youngsters Wesley: Next Sundny morning has been designated hy the Rov A. J. Wngnpr of the SL Joseph's Catholic church for special service.'; at 7:30 o'clock, when a Inrge group of boys and pirlp. most tho?o of tho ages of seven, eight and nine, will receive their firsr holy communion. D\irinp the winter months rurly mass has been held in the school chnpel. but the e»r!y ninss is now- being held In the ciiurth. Special May devotions nro heinsi held o:\ch Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt anil! family spent Sunday afternoon at the Emil Lnabs home at I-otls Creek. TODAY THE DIONNE QUINS HAD QUAKER OATS Famous doctors prove how to make children thrive ONE WIRE FENCE World's cheapest, mosl effective livestock fence, Controller plugged intc lij,ht socket or battery E ves wire hnrrnlrss kick, ivc^-tock won't RO ovci or under it. \Vc prove it •AVE~8~0%TN~ FENCING COST 3»ve wire. Save posts, u» rtaket. No gates, use anap. No rnuTBn I » op-keep cost except about lOc lONTHOlUH monthly tor electricity (or one A.O., O.C. 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GREENBERG AUTO SUPPLY 36-tf Recent Bride Is Guest At Shower Union: Mrs. Ira Koh! was the recipient of many beautiful gifts at a shower tendered her by a group of Union ladles at the Geo. Kohl home Sunday afternoon. Six tables of five hundred were played. Mrs. Wallace McArthur received high score and Cora Reid, low score. A dainty lunch in pink and white was served the guests. Mothers Honored In Sexton Church Sexton: A Mother's Day program was given Sunday morning during the Sunday School hour. Favorite hymns were sung, picked out by each mother present. The fathers were also honroed by their favorite hytnn being sung. The boys in the Young People's class, Wilbur and Everett Steven. Rex Tuy- lor. Arthur Stuber, Joe McSwain, and Herman Wise sang "Silver Threads Among the Gold." Mrs. Noble's class gave an exercise using the word, "Mother." Three classes of small children sang a song about "Mother" and Mrs. Noble and Virgil Fraser gave a pantomime entitled "What Bradley Owes His Mother." A large crowd attended Sunday School and the program. tort Mr. and Mrs>. Henry Phillips and family. Algona. spent Sunday with Mrs. Phillip's mother, Mrs. Sarah Wise and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Moon. Wesley, spent Sunday at the VV. C. Taylor home. Lloyd formerly was employed by Mr. Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Sim Bemis and daughter, De-lores and Mr. and Mrs. John Huff. Jr.. und children spent Sunday at Spirit Lake on a fishing trip. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steven and hildren of Mupleton. Minn., attended church here and spent the day v.ith Mrs. Stevens' mother. Mrs. Surah Wise and with Lloyd's parents. Mr. and Mrs;. Harvey Steven, north of town. M: ;i))d Mis. Leo Stevtn and daughlfr. Muriel. Ftnlon, attended Suml iv School and church here auii tpiut tile day with Leo'o part-Ills, Mi and Mrs. Harvey Stevtn .-u:. 1 Mr.s. Steven's parents, Mr. and Mit. (jvortjc Olsen, Sr. GAMBLE'S SALE. 00 STARTS MAY 14th • ENDS MAY 29th ONLY ONE COMPLETE LINE AC T11> C C .' • rf&&t&~&&^ Gamble's Polish and Cleaner A complete car pedalling outfit including 1 can Deluxe Cleaner, 1 can Deluxe Kolor- wax Poliah, SO aq. ft. of Rymplo Poliahing Cloth and a chemical); treated duit cloth. Special Sale Price 2 Gallons 100% Pure Penn. Oil Cornea from the famoua Bradford Helda. Special •ale mice including red- 2 GAi$jgtf Small Chart* for Returnable Container Gamble's new policy of carrying only one complete line of tires—our famous CREST—Is bringing us new tire customers by the thousands. By concentrating on Just one complete line of tires we cut our costs by eliminating lines, simplifying stock keeping and speeding up turnover. The savings we make enable us to offer One quality CREST tires at prices you want to pay. CREST tires have all the features that you want in a safe, dependable tire. They are manufactured by a factory that has been bulld- for flue tires for almost 40 years. 19 PIECE WRENCH SET II popular aiied, 11 point aocketa, 1 L handlee, ratchet and acrew driver adapter. Sale Price 122 Site 4-Ply 4.40-11 M.40 4.MX-10 «.»§ «.TB-lt T.M (.00-1* MM IJI-IT t.TO t-Ply I I.M 10.20 10.71 Sl« 4-Ply IJ5-IO ........ S».40 1.15-91 ........ 9.M (.CO-IT ........ «.I5 «.OO-1« ........ 11.00 OJf-10 ........ U-» OJO-ia ........ U.M 0-Plr $11.01 12JO U.TO RADIATOR GRILL GUARD Futeni to center bumper. Protects trill. 8*1« Price . 14.701 FREE! Ope gallon of our fine trade 100% Pure Penn. Motor Oil With The Purchase of Any Tiger Battery Llated Below. 46 Plate for Ford, Chevrolet, Plymouth and " ~ ~ olbera. Excb. Price Spark Plug Special Our regular One quality plug. Made of good quality Frenchtown porcelain. Special Sale Price, any aiie 4 *» $joo IT Plate Reverae Aaaembly for Ford V8, Terraplane and othera. Exch. Price. . (1 Plate Tiger, Super Active. 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Our very beat brilliant red barn paint. g«j M g% Per Gallon in I Gallon Lota . . . Ae<9 9 Slight charge for returnable oil container. TRADE-IN 6£cf 9c£ rtox GOLF BALLS '•.5 '"'LOO 4<°<n.oo :• 3 itr h .. Official League Baseball A (1.U value. Official aiie and weight- guaranteed. Sale Price . . 120 COUPON Introductory Offer With This Coupon We will give you a liberal allowance for your old ice box oa the purcbaae of a new 1937 Corouado. Examine theae outstanding fcatluea: • Revolving Tray • Utility ttoraae *ln • Hiding Food FU« • Sliding thelt a* N*i» Praato Tray • New Rubber Grid* • Cotd Control—IJ Point* • Cuctom-built Thermometar • Twin Compret&or • Porcelain Hydra tor Pan • New Late« Crltpar • Interior Light • lea Traya S • lea Capacity-9lba. Screen Paint and Brush 1 quarta of black acreen uauit and one 1-in. panel bruah. A Vt.U value. 100 Model G67, 6 cu. ft. Cash Price Model GT7, 7 cu. It. Cash Price S159.M Model Ge7 bid., 6.34 cu. ft. Cuth Price IU4.50 Model Oa7 bid., 1 cu. It. 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Illustrated rf«ht, Cttub Pi ice, compete with taEtt ^ g " all lubes «uj baltei;c» T 9 <}f»*7 9 Coiouado 11 Tube AC Console, S>f A AC C».h Price 9 4*f«*f*> Coronudo 6 Tube Battery Operated Con^uic, Cusb Pnte, complete with all &A.A. O E tube* and baUuiic* ^B^K»99 41.25 Per Week. Payable Monthly... Dish Set Free' GAMBLE STORES STOREg Bud Barnard, Managing Partner Agencies at Britt and darner

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