The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 27, 1937 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 27, 1937
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Rich Point Students Graduate Rich Point: Young people from this community who will be graduated from the Algona high school this year are Helen Schulz, Dorothy Mawdsley and Eleanor Jenkins. Evelyn Capeaius will be graduated from the St. Cecelia's Academy. Norma Raney spent last week Wednesday In Mason City. Roberta Skilling spent the week end visiting friends in Cedar Falls. Leslie Jenkins spent a few days in Minnesota on business last week Pauline Black went to Des Moines on Monday and will enroll in the Thompson Beauty school. Mrs. Mary Meurer and son, Lurian of Whittemore visited nt the Prank Capesius home last week. Miss Marjorie Johnson, teacher in district No. 8, closed her school with a community picnic on last Friday. Harriett Smith returned from her year's teaching at Adair on Friday. She will spend the summer with her mother, Mrs. N. A. Smith. Read The Want Ads—It Pays. Live Stock Auction Fair Grounds, Tue. June 1st Bring In your live stock that you wish to sell. At our last sale we had a good crowd, lots of buyers, prices very good. We were short on stock. You do not need to hesltato about how they wlH sell, will probably sell for more than you expect. Have calls for hogs nnd some cheap work horses. This sale is where you meet the leading stockmen. 400 white oak posts will be offered for nale. H. M. Colwell Mgr. IOWA STATE BANK, Clerk COLWELL BROS., Aucfo. Here Are Guaranteed Used Cars At A Savings! 1935 Chevrolet Master Sport Sedan Buick Sedan—late model 1934 Chevrolet Master Sedan 1934 Ford V-8 Deluxe Sedan with Trunk 1936 Ford V-8 Coach with radio 1935 Ford V-8 Sedan with trunk 1931 Pontiac Sedan 19S(MPontte;e Coach 1930 Pontiac Sedan Four Good lined Trucks—Make C» An Offer Several Cheap Jobs—$23,00 and up Kossuth Motor Co. Phone 200 N. Dodge Street Sport oxfords and sport sandals in a grand assortment of smart patterns. They're perfert for "pedaling purposes". All white and tan and white. Every Shoe in each $2.95 to $4.50 Shoe style For Bicycling and Sun-Up" Jaunts For Court Duty or Golfing !'• I fo: ite o.\I.iril- Jll win!,. and tan' trim. With ( ici'i; or i libijL-r soles. For Under the stars 4 Dancing Occasions \A Glamorous — J •j^ sandals. Kid, /S linen and patent. Priced at $2.95 to $6.75 Christensen Bros. The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 27,1937 Clayberff-Sprngue Marriage— A quiet wedding took place Saturday night a\ the Humboldt Congregational parsonage, when Frances Clayberg became the bride of Earl Sprague. Rev. Thomas Lutman read the single ring ceremony The bride and groom were attended by Charles Berringer and Margaret Hullerman. Mrs. Sprague is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clayberg of Grlnnell, Iowa. She graduated from Grlnnell College in 1934. For the past two years she has taught the fifth and sixth grades at the Bryant school, and taught one year in the consolidated school In Nevada. Earl is the son of A. W. Sprague nnd graduated from the Algona high school in 1926. He has been employed by The Algona Upper Des Moines for sixteen years, starting out from the bottom as a printers devil while he was still in school, and is now the foreman of the printing department. The bride wore a navy blue net dress with an over jacket embroidered In white, blue accessories, and a shoulder corsage of pink roses nnd pink and white sweetpeas. Her attendant wore a navy sheer dress appliqued in tulips, and dark accessories. The young couple spent the week end at Fort Dodge, and Sunday noon a wedding breakfast was serv- 31 Swea Children Get Medical Exam Swea City: Thirty-one children who will enter school for the first time next September, were given a medical examination by Dr. R. M. Minkei, under the direction of the local P. T. A. chapter. The object of the movement is to give parents an opportunity to correct physical defects during the summer months and the children will then be ready for the opening of the school year. Mrs. H. M. Butterfield was in charge. SHOE DEPT. Union M. & D, Club Meeting Slated June 3rd Union: The Union Mothers and Daughters club will meet June 3 with Mrs. Emma Boevers. She will be assisted by Mrs. Elizabeth Kohl. The program scheduled will be "Interesting Places I Have Been". A travelogue will be given by Maude Nelson and music furnished by the hostess. The joint meeting of rural clubs Is scheduled to be held June 17th with the following ladies in charge: program, Elizabeth Schenck; menu, Mae Etherington; reception, Cora Bacon. Mrs. Eva Gardner Is spending a couple of weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Chester Bailey. Dr. and Mrs. Edge of Algona and Mrs. Tribon were callers last Thursday at the George Boevers home. GIfcn Jenkinson had his farm home painted this put week. Leonard Daniels of Burt did the work. Mrs. J. P. Schoby of Algona was a guest of her daughter, Mrs. Glen Jenkinson and family Sunday for dinner. Corn which was planted early Is now above ground. John Gisoh had one of the earliest fields of corn in this vicinity. Mr. nml Mrs. Nicholas J. Krieps and children were Sunday dinner guests at the John Frideres home near St. Joe. Mike Stoffel nnd Robert Bode attended n picnic at the Call State park with other members of their class, sophomores of St. Cecelia's acndemy. last Sunday. Mary Gisch, teacher in Pioneer. Iowa, had us her guest Sunday for dinner nnd supper Misses Maxlne and Martha Eolfan and Martha Herald, all of Pioneer. ed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Enrl Moore. They will be at home the second week In June In the Koppen house on North Dodge street. The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Sprague extend their best best wishes for their success and happiness. Wed 40 Years- Mr, and Mrs. A. W. Young were married forty years on May 19, nnd on Sunday, May 23, celebrated the occasion with luncheon nt a gathering their home. and The Ottosen News Girls' K-Rall Games The Ottosen high school girls' kittenball team played the first game at West Bend Thursday and won by a score of 12-3. The team consists of Lola Watnem. Barbara Clave. Mildred Knuteson, Alice Thorsen. Frances Enockson, Faye and May Van Buskirk. Vivian Purdy. Maurine Holden, GJadys Satern Edith Dali! and Nellie Welter. The sophomore class went on a picnic at Arnolds Park Sunday. Floyd Holt, who spent the winter in California, returned home on Sunday. Tiie O. P. C. met at the home of Mrs. Morgan Hagen Thursday afternoon. The seniors, juniors and freshmen went on a picnic at Fort Dodge, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Maahs of Whittemore visited at the Peter Holt home Sunday. Blanche Henrikson, who taught in Roi k the past year, came home Friday for summer vacation. The eighth grade went to West Bend fur a. picnic Thursday eve- nm;j. A theatre party was enjoyed. Kay Kramer, who attends school .'•I Iowa .Stale College, ill Ames, v.,iU-d in--, pure/its over tile week Clllj. -Mr. iui.J Mrs. Watson Struthers and oon and Naomi Struthers visited at the Duinld Struthers home in Aines Sunday. Wilbur Stone, who i.s employed in New York, came home Sunday for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mis. John Slone. Mrs. Tom Burke, Mr. and Mrs. Chris FinuestaJ and children and Mrs. Johnson of Laurens, visited in tlie Peter Holt home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hanson and family of Whittcmore. Mr. and Mis. Osmund Watnem and children of Bode visited Mrs. Amelia Wat- ni-ui Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Pert! and daughters of LotU Creek, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Meyer and son of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Boos of Whittemore, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Geitzenauer of Armstrong, visited at the W. H. Wi-hrspanu hume Sunday. Youngs were married in 1897 at Sterling, Illinois. .With the exception of ten years which they spent in Dakota they have lived their entire married life in or near Algona, and Mr. Young was born here. Those who attended the anniversary celebration were Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Young nnd children, Marie nnd Bruce, of Joliet, Illinois; Mr. and Mrs. Victor Young and children of Mason City; Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Young and family of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Brum- mcnkaut and son. Dlckson of Fort Dodge; Mr. and Mrs. John Seaman and Mr. and Mrs. Irving Seaman of Algona; Mr. nnd Mrs. John Pink of Titonka; Mrs. Marie Amesbury and son of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Enrl Stott and Mr. and Mrs. Nels Jensen of Algona. Rebekah Convention — A Rebekah convention was held in Burt, Tuesday of this week. The members attending from Atgona were Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Herman, Mr. and Mrs. William Dehnert, Mrs. C. C. Wright, Mrs. Marc Moore, Mrs. Sid Spear, Mrs. Alma Nelson, Mrs. Henry Lund, Mrs. William Fischer. Mrs. Harry Chell- burg, Mary Lou Duryea, Edna Staley, Mrs. Dellinger, Mrs. G. C. Barton, Myrtle Turnbaugh, Rose Lud- wlg, Mrs. Ed Bartlett and Mrs. A. W. Behrends. Officers elected were Mrs. Chet Dellinger, president; Mrs. Arlene MacCauley of Burt, vice president; Mrs. Henry Lund, Algona. secretary, and Mrs. Mayme Peterson of Titonka, treasurer. Sewing Circle— " The sewing circle members met at the Call state park, Monday noon, for a picnic luncheon. A so cial afternoon was enjoyed. Members attending were Mrs. Al Spongberg, Mrs. Vernon Spongberg, Mrs. Walter Good, Mrs. G. L. Vohs, Mrs. Walter Roberts. Mrs. W. C. Steele, Mrs. Antone Anderson, Mrs. Alma Nelson, and Mrs. W. C. Wendell. Mrs. Foster and Mrs. O. S. Llndsey were the club guests. Delphian Circle— The Delphian circle held its final meeting of the season at the shelter house at the state park at a picnic dinner, Tuesday afternoon. Officers for the coming year were elected as follows: Mrs. H. L. Gilmore, president; Mrs. H. M. Potter, secretary-treasurer. and Mrs. Mary Woodward of Whittemore, Mrs. L. G. Baker and Mrs. A. L. Granzow were selected for the program com* mlttee. City Bills Algona, la., April 29. City Council met at City Hall Mayor In charge. Members present: Hawcott, Harris, Kohlhaas, Overmyer, White and Huenhold. Motion carried thai city pay for City Treasurer bond Swimming pool employes as follows: Phil Bergfield, life guard, salary $ 60.0( Bob Sellstrom, life guard salary 60.0( Omer Kelly, charge of filter, salary 60.00 Evelyn Smith, lady attendant, salary 60.00 The following bonds were approved : C. F. Specht, mayor $ 500.00 H. L. Gilmore, city treas. 5000.00 Adah Carlson, city clerk . 2000.00 F. W. Green, marshal ... 1000.00 H. A. Van Alstyne, marshal 1000.00 R. H. Valentine, marshal- 1000.00 Motion carried to send towns of Whittemore and Emmetsburg checks of $50 each for help In Call opera house fire. Resolution passed In appreciation of faithful service to the following: Tom Kaln, councilman. E. J. Gilmore, park commissioner. M. P. Weaver, park commission- r. Motion carried to instruct City Solicitor Bonar to write an ordinance requiring a building permit. The following bills were allowed: ELECTRIC LIGHT FUND J. W. Kelly, salary $ 195.00 Leo Bellock, salary 140.00 F. C. Dailey, salary 140.00 Tom Halpin, salary 135.00 Walter Gorman, salary 135.00 H. E. Stephenson, salary. 130.00 Ray Barton, salary 130.00 C. C. Wright, salary 85.00 Adah Carlson, salary ... 140.03 Ernst Thiel, meter reading 23.20 Wedding Anniversary- Mr, and Mrs. Louis Wegener will celebrate their 66th wedding anniversary Sunday. If weather permits the celebration will be held at the Call State Park. One of their sons and his family of Tacoma, Washington, arrived here Tuesday for the jubilee. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wegener are highly respected and widely, known. They both enjoy exceptionally good health. January Circle— Mrs. D. P. Smith will entertiin the January Circle of the Congregational Aid at her home today i Thursday i at a one o'clock lunch- con. Mrs. W. E. Laird, Mrs. C. A. Momyer, and Mrs. Ralph Elbert will be assisting hostesses. This Is the last meeting of the season. The luncheon will be followed by a business meeting. Birthday Dinner- Mrs. G. D. Shumway and Mrs. R. B. Waller entertained at a birthday dinner, Monday evening, for their husbands whose birthdays were the 21st and 24th of this month. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Linnaii, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Miller and Dr. and Mrs. M. G. Bourne. The 24th was also Mrs. Bourne's birthday. Dinner Party— Mrs. A. L. Long and Mrs. O. S. Buchanan entertained Monday evening at a 6:30 dinner party at the Long home. After dinner the 12 guests played bridge. Mrs. E. J. Murtagh received high prize, and Mrs. George Free received the consolation prize. Honor Ruth Stokes— June and Helen Corey entertained a few friends Sunday evening in honor of Ruth Stokes who will be married on June 1 to Dr. James Emmerson of Boston. A social evening followed a steak-fry and picnic. Bridge Club- Mrs. Ray McCorkle was hostess to the eight members of her bridge i lub at a 7:00 o'clock covered dish dinner at her home, Tuesday evening. Mrs. E. V. Pierce won the bridge prize. Helping Hand— The Presbyterian Helping Hand society will meet this afternoon at the church. Hostesses are Mrs. Fred Park. Mrs. Martin Jensen, Mrs. Fred Geigel and Mrs. Robert Vincent. .Meeting Postponed— Tin- meeting of tile L. O. A. class of the Congregational church which was to be held at the home of Mrs. H. D. Hutching, Thursday evening, has been postponed indefinitely. Birthday Dinner— A small company of friends and relatives were entertained last Thursday by Mrs. J. W. Haggard at a dinner in celebration of her birthday. Club Meet*— The Plum Creek club will meet next Tuesday, June 1, at the home of Mrs. J. A. Johnson. Dr. C. H. CreUmeyer will speak on Cancer. Harold Roth, labor 100.SO Wm. Vnnderwerf. labor 22.27 Line Material Co., mdse. . 23.40 Westinehouse Elect. Supply, md-se. 176.0S Kennedy & Parsons Co., 104.70 John A. Clark Elect. Co., mdse. Saneamo Elect. Co., mdse. Terry-Durln C mdse. .. 21.4!) 6.14 240.34 337.25 Electric Supply Co.. mdse. Fulton Iron Works Co., mdse. 499.23 Shell Petroleum Corp., gas, oil 352.42 Shell Petroleum Co., gas, oil 356.16 Johnson Oil Ref. Co., gas, oil 239.50 Cooper Pstroelum Co, gas, oil 282.47 T. M. St. P. & P. R'y, freight on oil 880.40 Socony-Vacuua Oil Co., heavy oil _ 193.33 Malleable Iron Range Co, mdse. 352.19 Chicago Journal of Commerce, mdse. 3,75 Advance Publishing Co., printing 22.84 iwt-Upper Des Moines, 14.40 1.79 2.63 1.43 1.82 7.56 19.29 printing A. H. Borchardt, mdse. .. Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. (sign) Botsford Lumber Co., mdso. Kohlhaas & Spllles, K. T). Jame.1, Northwestern Bell Tel. Co., !<[>rvico Crosrn L'nion Electric Co, Klt;ns Rltely Oil Co., MS and nil W. W. Sullivan, P. M., Oil 11.75 Ii \ iiiKton si^n Klcctric Co., IVrttern Union Telegraph, service .Vclson Hdw., mdse. Pratt Electric Co., md,-ie,- U'y Express Agency, express Northwestern U'y, freight Treasurer of State, sales tax ( quarter) WATER FLT.N'D J. W. Kelly, salary JJarry Barton, salary Prank Ostrutn, walary Laura Mitchell, salary ... Fred Gronbach et al, labor Carol Johnson, gas and oil 10.97 Hovey Super Service, gas etc. _. 14.61 Wm. C. Dau Garage, repairs 1.31 Chas. E. Chubb, engineering 6.75 Christensen Bros., mdse. - 1.54 Nelson Hdw., mdse. • 5.31 Jesse Umbenhower, care of dump 25.00 Mrs. A. M. Collinson, matron 20.00 Dr. Sawyer, rent rest room 25.00 V. J. Sands, judge of election _ ___ 4.20 Clara Walker, judge of electlo« __. „ 4.20 Eva L. Presnell, judge of election 4.20 Hazel Lusby, clerk of election 4.20 Leora K. St. John, clerk of election 4.20 Frank Geige!, judge of election 5.10 Mary R. Kaln, judge of election .. 6.10 Eva M. Corey, judge of election 6.10 Ida L. Peterson, clerk of election 5.10 Claire Keith, clerk of election 5.10 Kittle Kain, judge of election 4.20 Henrietta Huenbold, Judge of election 4.20 Bertha Johnson, judge of election 4.20 Olive Potter, clerk of election 4.20 Judy DeZellar, clerk of election 4.20 J. F. Overmyer, judge of election 4.20 M. E. Grig?s, judge of election 4.20 Vallie Tribon. judge of election 4.20 May Harrington, clerk of election 4.20 Bertha Godfredson, clerk of election 4.20 P. A. Danson, canvnssiug canvassing returns 2.00 Event Motor Co., rent for election 6.00 Elbert Garage, rent for election 6.00 Advance Publishing Co., printing 52.43 Mgona Upper Des Moines, printing 38.25 Kru.^e-Blossom Ins. Ag'cy 50.00 SEWER FUND J. W. Kelly, salary 30.00 ern Scobba et al, labor . 160.31 ?ast End Foundry, mdse 45.90 =". S. Norton & Son, mdse 68.72 Jotsford Lumber Co., mdse FIRE FUND C. C. Wright, salary Skelly Oil Co., gas and oil State's Cafe, meals Pierce Cafe, meats Zender & Caldwell, mdse. Clapp'a Service, gas and battery charges Johnson DX Station, gas. Algona Fire Co. SWIMMING POOL FUND Paxfion & Paxson, bath house Ins 9 - 60 DEPOSIT FUND Leo Gerber et al, refund deposit 9 5 - 00 ADAH CARLSON, Clerk. 45.00 .73 8.16 13.05 22.44 11.10 .91 270.00 Read The Want Ads—It Lusby, a Granddad E. W. Lusby became grandfather for the first time Wednesday when a daughter, weighing seven and one- half pounds was born to his daughter, Mrs. H. Pierce Wltmer In Des Motnes. The mother, who will be remembered as Helen Lusby, and the baby are doing fine, and the grandfather Is very happy over the event. Baseball Monday The Lotts Creek baseball team will play the Algona Boosters, on Monday, Memorial Day, at the Algona baseball park; The game starts at 2:30 p. m. ONLY PERFECTION OIL RANGES HAVE SUCH Illlll BEAUTY _ Only PERFECTION has HIGH-POWER burner speed, cUanlintss and precis* regulation When you buy a new store, it ]ait» a lone time. Why not have this loTeljr modern High-Power Perfection oil range? It is the very latest thing in modern beauty, convenience and dependable performance. There is no faster, cleaner stove than a High-Power Perfection. All Hiqn-Powerburn- ers do every cooking task, from the gentlest simmer to i sizzling broil, perfectly. Come in and let us demonstrate the quick response and steady control of High- Power burners. We'd like to tell you more about this beautiful new Perfection. You'll be surprised at the reasonable pnce_when you see its cream-white, or pure white, porcelain finish. Perfection 3-Bumer as low as $18.00 Kohlhaas & Spllles 0.92 1.33 8.f»2 4.2'! 51.60 4.17 32.34 555.09 75.00 130.00 130.00 ' 110.00 163.52 Karl Bowman, labor 127.20 Don Palmer et al, labor - fl.22 Leijjhton Supply Co., mdse. 131.50 Wigman Co., mdse. 318.09 McWane Cast Iron Pipe Co., mdse. 231.60 Worlhington-Gammou Meter Co., mdse. 8.87 Buffalo Meter Co., mdse. _ 2.20 Neptune Meter Co., mdse. 138.88 Melvin W. Pech. labor .. 30.35 Skelly Oil Co., gae and oil 10.50 If. W. Post et al, freight - 10.26 E. Chubb, engineering- 2.50 F. 3. Norton & Son, mdse. 1.38 (jeo. Holtzbauer, rndse. .. .87 GENERAL FUND Frank Green, salary' 130.00 H. A. Van Alstyne, salary 50.00 H. A. Van Alstyne, salary 72.00 R. If. Valentine, salary 10.00 R. H, Valentine, salary '._ 100.00 N.-W. Bell Telephone Co., service 3.68 Kohlhaas & Sjiillea, mdse. 2.45 Harrv* Bros. Station, gas and oil 12.53 Thos. Akre, rent 1D.J2 Jesse Lashbrook, salary . 45.00 Jesse Lashbrook, salary . SO.00 Elliott Skilling, man and team 70.49 Elliott Skilling, man and learn 94.47 Willard Gregson, man and team 24.50 \Villard Greg^jn, man and team 118.23 lliver Uakken, labor 98.98 Frank Skilling. labor 91.11 Geo. Gunder, labor 101.01- Chaa. Harvey et al, labor 42.25 .eroil Burner Co., mdse.- 11.71 oncrcte Material Co., Northwestern R'y Co., freight ou rock - 79.73 Iowa Blind Products, brooms 8-24 Kendallville Brush & Broom Co., brooms 7.35 Standard Oil Co., rndde ._ 4.48 mdse 44.01 Co., mdse 15.31 P. S. Norton & Sou, md*e 12.90 Kent Motor Co., truck, etc 599.99 ilarris Bros Station, gas and oil ' 23.55 Torn Frank), gas and oil. 16.09 Skelly Oil Co., gas and oil 14.4S tiobluuas & Botsford Lumber Call Theatre Hits Now Being- Shown at the STATE Dally Matinees 2 p. m. Except Sat Sunday from 1 o'cloolc Now Showing (Thru Friday)—Wall ace Beery and Eric Linden in "The Good Old Soak." Saturday—Patsy Kelly in "Nobfidy'sBatfy", 160goodrtasonsldf fteing" on hand. : ^S / , v,% ?*«U HOB BIRCH ^sfc* [jj BODif, KfiHKJKftni **#*> k . t^* <1*°*- urxrtoaemn **t«fwe. Tue». June 1 Extra Day Showing at Iowa Theatre TUESDAY, JUNE 1 250 reasons why you should attend "Call it A Day" with Olivia Do Haviiland, Ian Hunter. Be sure to register at Tuesday Matinee. Wed. through Saturday Bob Livingston in "GHOST TOWN GOLD" Cowad Nagel in "NAVY SPV" Jungle Jim Serial Dick Koene'a Amateur Show Sunday "MELODY FOB TWO" Will Bop*, "DAVID UAB (Re-Usue) Only otowwr * M.MI, ta A. 8TAB IS BOBN»

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