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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 27,1937 Algona Golfers Hosts to Hampton; Win 46 to 19 Four Corner Folks Join In Birthday Party at The Park Four Corners: The local Rich families helped Mrs. Wm. Rich celebrate her birthday May 19th at the Call State Park last Sunday. Present were the Wm. Drayton, John Sabin, Arch Walker, J. Sabin, Arch Walker, and Cecil Bjustrom families, Mr. and Mrs. John Rich, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Broesder, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Baker, the Orville Holdren, the Ethan Lights of Bricelyn, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lindeman, Al- gona, and Mr. Hnd Mrs. Bob Ward. Opal Sabin and Phyllis Rich are spending this week with the Cecil Bjustroms near Whittemore. L. J. Lowman and brother, Mart of Colfax, 111., came home last week Thursday night. Mr. towman Is home on business but plans to go back soon. The small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sloter was ill Sunday. When taken to a doctor it was feared she had appendicitis but was some better Monday. Mrs. N. R. Robinson. Sarasota Florida, came from Spirit Lake on Sunday to visit with her son ant family, the C. N. Robinsons. Next Club Match On June 6, At the Spencer Course sjc^moassfss^ Market Trip Specials The Chrischilles Store We spent a very profitable two days in the Chicago market last week—buying summer merchandise with that "different look." This in- chxdes both silk dresses and the wanted white suits. In silk di-esses, we arc featuring a fine variety of sheers—chiffons, nets, laces and marqtiis- ettes—in both light and dark shades. Priced at $8.95 to $11.75. In white suits, we have an almost endless assortment, ranging from the cottons at $3.98 to the fine, man-tailored models at $16.50 and $19.75. The grandest collection of white suits you have ever seen and just when you want them too. Come in and look over the new ar- rivals—thqv s strut your stuff in a Bradley or a Jantzen bathing suit The Chrischilles Store a i All wool materials, completely newly styled, — ther's a dash, and a verve* about these new Bradleys and Jantzens that will appeal to your style sense. A tremendous stock from which to make your selections with complete size range and all prices. Colors are bright too, in keep-, ing with the new "high color" note. See them in our show windows and call at the store. You'll feel "just right" when you strut your g stuff in a Bradley or 8 Jantzen 1937 bathing g suit. The styles and § fabrics are daringly dif- | ferent this summer and g you'll love § the swank, g smart ap- o pearance of g these stream- £, line models, i Algona Country Club golfers played hosts, Sunday, to a fine delegation of fellows from Hampton, and although endeavoring to furnish all the trimmings in the way of hospitality, did not let the hospitality go too far. Algona defeated the Hampton team, 46 points to 19 points. Hampton sent 24 players to Algona, for the occasion, which U a mighty fine showing by a visiting club. Results of the tournament by pairs follows: Hampton, Points—Algona, Points Black—0: Haggard—2. Nemmers—0: D. Smith—2. Robinson—0: Harrington—3. Boeye—0: Bunting—3. Wood—0: Kent—2. Beebe—3: Timm—0. Rule—0: Gilpin—2. B. Purcell—1: C. Smith—1. Beed—2: Lowe—1. Beemer—3: C. Williams—a Malsed—0: Kurtz—3. Luke—0: Andrews—3. Parks—D: Waller—3. Jennings—0: J. Murtagh—3. Campbell—0: Blossom—3. Elliott—1: Holmes—1. Richards—0: Hawcott—3. D. Purcell—0: Hansen—3. Africa—I: Dailey—2. Webb—3: Foster—0. Straw—2: McCullough—0. Shaw—3: Loss—0. Hannah—0: K. Smith—3. The next club match will be at Spencer, June 6, and efforts will be made to take a large delegation from here to Spencer for the event. John Haggard shot a 74 for the 18 holes, defeating Earl Black who shot an 81, in the numbur one match of the event Rewrites Of News From Latt Tuesday V Koisuth County Advance BROOKSIDE GOLFERS MEMBERSHIP DRIVE Members of the Brookside Country Club are having a membership drive this week. The membership committee consists of Clarence Stewart, Lyle Reynolds. Homer Tuttle, Tom Holmes, Jr., Pete Waldron, Harley Bartlett and oth- rs. The club had 60 members last year. About 25 played the course, Sunday. The women of the club are planning a picnic to be held on Sunday ,n a week or two. 15 Graduate At Wesley Hi School ;. The final school day of the year tor the public school la Friday of this week and is being observed by a community gather- 'ng and picnic at noon. Graduates will receive their diplomas tonight (Thursday, May 27), with W. Earl Hall of Mason City delivering the commencement address. Graduates o receive diplomas included four boys and eleven girls and are as follow: Deiores Hauptmann, Eva Stella Studer, Elaine Agnes Stud- r, Ethel Marie Haverly, Madeline A. Erdmann, Helen Nelson, Ruth Mary Eisenbacher, Margaret M. ~ arman, Leonard Alne, Mildred M. Funnemark, Ruth H. Richter, Maurice DeBocr, Gaylord Lander, jarold Hanson, Mary Ellen Bottom. The class motto is "Not at the Top, but Climbing." Senior colors are silver and purple with he class flower, hyacinth. [ St. Joseph's parochlut school clos- 'S Its year of school this week Friday. The school children, Sistew n charge and parents, held a school picnic on the lawn Thursday all day with games and other amusements furnishing entertainment for he day. Eighth grade graduates to eceive diplomas include Ed Richer. Hugh Lic-kteig, Lawrence Weig. Ralph Bauer. Merle Loebig. Bernadette Studer, Carol Mae Goslin. Vera Fnrburger, Lucille Hirner and irginia Sherman. INJURED SEVERELY In an auto accident Sunday afternoon, Lyle Alexander is waging what looks like a successful flght for his life at the Kossuth hospital. Alexander's car grazed a machine driven by W. H. Gllbride, four miles west of Algona on highway 18, and Alexander suffered a possible fractured skull, severe cuts and bruises and other injuries when his machine hit a concrete culvert as it left the road. Highway patrolmen and the sheriff's office investigated the matter. Kossuth county, so far in 1937, has not had a motor fatality. * * * $150 DAMAGES are sought in a suit brought by Twylah Barthol omew against Norman Zaatkin. as the result of an automobile acci dent. The damages are sought for the car; no personal damages are asked. * * * DRUNKEN DRIVING cost Homr Gregory $300 in the first case o come up in court after the war against liquor-loaded drivers, announced last week. He was finec Saturday by Judge Davidson at Emmetsburg. He was arrested in Algona and bound over to districl court by Mayor C. F. Specht. * * • AFTER BUYING an automobile trailer in Algona, from Oscar Anderson, and while they were on .their way to Fort Dodge, Richard Moore, 25, and William Ogle, 22. were fatally injured south of Humboldt, last Thursday night. The Moore car had stalled. Moore and Ogle got out of the car and were unhitching the trailer when a car Iriven by Frank Thlede, Fort Dodge crashed into the two men, pinning them against the trailer. Moore was killed instantly, and Ogle died in a Fort Dodge hospital. * « » REV. PAUL OLIVER WILL- iams of Corwith was married at the Lake Harriett Baptist church. Minneapolis, to Marian Crail, last week. They will make their home In Corwith, where Rev. Williams is pastor of the Baptist church. * • • LAKOTA GRADUATES who received their diplomas from W. E. REV HOLMES DIES IN FOREST GROVE Former Popular Algona Preacher Passes After Lingering 111 Health News of the death of Rev. O. H. Holmes, former Algona minister of the Congregational church, was brought to Algona by a newspaper clipping sent to Mrs. Mae Harrington by Mrs. Lathrop, who Is spending some time at Salem, Oregon. Mr. Holmes died at his home in Forest Grove, Oregon, Sunday night. May 16. He had been in delicate health for some time, and retired from the ministry some years ago. It is understood that Mrs. Holmes and the son and daughter survive. The son is dean of men at the Central Washington College at Ellensburg. Washington, and Miss Lulu, the daughter is » teacher in the Forest Grove vicinity. Rev. Holmes took a leading place in the Algona community for a number of years. He was born in Washington county, Iowa, In 1869, and was educated at the University of Kansas, later taking a theological course at the Chicago Theological Seminary. He held a pastorate at Cresco, Iowa, for a time, coming to the Algona Congregational church in 1901, where he served until 1913. During the time here he became prominent in politics, and was elected to the state legislature twice, 1906 and 1908, as a republican. It was he who nominated the late Senator Dolllver for the United State Senate in 1906. Rev. Holmes married Miss May Haskell at Lawrence, Kansas, in 1886. After leaving Algona the Holmes family went to Cedar Falls where Mr. Holmes was pastor of fhe leading church there for several years. In 1916, the family located at Walla Walla, Washington, where Mr. Holmes held a pastorate for several years, later going to a Forest Grove pastorate, until his retirement Rev. Holmes was a man o fstrong personality Melvin Lauck High Whittemore Senior; Class Valedictorian Whittemore: Melvin Lauck, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lauck was named the valedictorian of the senior class of the Whittemore high school, at the commencement exercises held Thursday of last week A large crowd attended; the exercises were held in the Academy hall. Leona Nass, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Nass, was named as salutatorian. The graduation program opened with a song by Jhe girls' sextette. Rev. Discher gave a very pleasing address on the theme of the class motto: "After the Battle the Reward." Graduating seniors were Melvin Lauck, Verda Meyer, Leona Nass, Lida Potratz. Maynard Roeber and Harold Voight. Ley, school week, were board .president last Wm. Powers, LeRoy Truck Violation Paul J. Palmer, ihargtd with operating a truck in violation of the rate schedule of the state, was fin<•<! $5 and costs by Justice P. A. Uanson, in court, Tuesday. Koppen, Burton King, Betty Johnson, Betty Ley, Mary Elaine Smith, Helen Penny, Ruth Hetrzke, Eleanor Moe, Evelyn Koppen, Viola Huttner, Violet Koppen, Arlene Busch and Katherine Poppe. * * • JOHN HAUPT3IANN, Wesley, will take part in an Iowa good will air tour, beginning June 7, and lasting for six days. Planes from nil over the state will make 15 stops during the flight. TWO LITVERNE teachers were married, Thursday, last week. Esther Christian, junior high Instructor, la the bride, and Harold Turpln, high school teacher, Is the groom. LEE O. WOLFE. Titonka, was host to editors of the North Iowa Press Association, Friday of last week. Mrs. Harold Clark, Bancroft, and A. L. Anderson, Ringsted. won the high score bridge prizes, and low prizes went to Ralph Anderson, Rlngsted, and Mrs. Frank Koch, West Bend. The next meeting is slated for Bancroft. * * * RAY KRAXTZ, Titonka, returned from Texas, where he had purchased 1.000 head of cattle. Part of the cattle have been hauled to lis farm near Swea City, and the balance to the Krantz farm north of Titonka. * « « A. R FORBES, 72. of Algona. passed away Thursday evening of last week after a heart attack. Funeral services were conducted on Sunday by Rev. Edge at the Laird & McCullough funeral parlor. Mr. Forbes was born at Brooklyn, Nov. 6, 1865. He farmed for many years near Algona, and then moved Into town, working later at the carpenter trade. Surviving are Mrs. Forbes and two Eons, Kermit of Algona and i William of Chicago, and two daugh- j ters, Mrs. Ira Inman, Warroad. Minn* and Mrs. Harrv Holdren. Harlan. Three brothers also survive. Pallbearers wer»- B. E. Deal. Milo Rentz, M. J. Webster, Raymond rYiberg, Leo Mergen and Albert Kresege. * » • LEO STROM, patient at Cherokee for 25 years, died last Friday. and made his presence felt wherever he located. He was a member of the state parole board in Oregon for a time before his death. Oil Station Change Swea City: Sandy Welp of Bancroft is the new owner of the Standard Oil staiton, purchasing the same from Lawrence Sanftner. His son, John, will manage the station and W. C. Wilson of Rolfe is tank man. Two New Homes Under Construction Two new homes are under construction in Algona. Cowan & Son are building a new home on North Colby street for Dick Cowan. The house embodies all of the latest principles of small homes, with two bedrooms and a bath on ,he second floor. Estimated cost of construction is about $5,000. Contractors are especially interested this year, in the construction of small homes with all modern features. George L, Miller is starting work on a new $10,000 residence on North Phillips street, between the two new Huenhold homes. He Intends to live in the home himself. It will be an eight-room home, with garage attached. The first floor will be fireproof, making ihe house safe from possibility of basement fires.x It is not being constructed, however, as a model home and Miller does not Intend to open it for public Inspection. Choii* Has Picnic Whittemore: The members of the school choir and the altar boys of Presentation academy held their annual picnic last week Thursday at the state park near Ruthven and all enjoyed a very nice time. Farm Buildings Hit Whittemore -j The eilo on the Frank Balgeman farm ^outh of town and the barn on the George Airhardt farm were blown down last week Monday night Enlarging Ballroom Due to ever increasing crowds, the Bancroft Legion has a crew of carpenters busy; extending their ballroom out to the street and modernizing It In every way. Plans call for Its completion by May 26th, Wednesday, on which date it will be reopened with "Tiny Little and his band", furnishing the music. Marriage License A marriage license was issued to Clinton C. Fro r, Eagle Grove, and Gladys E. Hansen, Ottosen, May 24th, in the clerk's office here. Classified Ads FOR SALE—80 acre farm that is as good as can be bought. All land under cultivation, extra good set of buildings, all tiled, fences good. 5 miles north v/est of Britt. —Bruce Thompson, Forest City or Kenneth Erickaon, Thompson. 21 chicks and get honest to goodness egg production next winter.—Wellendorf Hatchery, AJgona, Iowa. For Bent FOR SALE—A purebred Angus bull, coming two years old.—Carl Ebert, Whittemore, Iowa. 21-22* FOR SALE—First cutting of alfalfa in fl«ld.—Homer Dodds, Algona, Iowa. 22* FOR SALE—Purebred Angua bulls, serviceable age. Eligible for papers.—Alf Oesterreicher, Titonka. 31* FOR SALE:—Good single row corn cultivator, reasonable.—J. S. Crowell, Algona. 21* Annex Specials [ were held here, and interment was B i in Riverview. Rev. M. A. Sjo- 8 strand nreached the funeral ter- mon. Surviving are two sisters, Mrs. T. H. Holmes. Jr., and Mrs. ; George Knudsen, Chicago. Convenient downstairs fitting room. d !T24Iim i -j-g rischill 0 We have a few extra specials $ g in Coats—jtail the list care- 0 § fully. | g Size 36—blue and gn-y moltl- 0 £> ed swagger suit 'grey skim Q V regular $12.fe5 value for only 8 O »!•<*• g X Size 16—brown check, short a 0 jacket suit—$10.00 value for 0 g only S3.B5. g S Size 14, navy blue crepe, full o g silk lined, full length Misses' g g coat—sold for $12.85, now § 0 only $3.85 g Size 16. brown full length 0 coat, squirrel trim collar, full 8 iiik lined, was $25. only $5.00. g Size 14. green novelty misses' 0 coat, full length, silk crepe g lined. $12.85 value for $5.00. 0 Size 16, swagger brown stripe 8 novelty coat—full lined—$12.§ 85 value for $3.85 g Size- 20. navy, full length. g silk lined coat—exceptional $18.50 coat $5.00 Size 16—novelty blue small plaid coat—full length, rayon lintd—was $6.95 value $3.b5 Size 18—grey blue stripe swagger tout—was $12.85, now >IHS. HEVRV UTHOF, Fenton, passed away Sunday. Funeral services were held Wednesday of this week at the Lutheran church. Mrs. Uthof was only 38 years of age. She leaves ht-r husband, three sons and one daughter. ST. JOE NEWS o , v '<>\f> ' es Size 12 child'h coat— out navy, § one brown check — choice 1.95 g 2 corduroy sport coats (yel- g low, bright red/ ijzt- 12 spec- & ial for $1.59 8 Also a few butde jackets 10, 12, 14 — also 16 and 18 — $2.b5 vaJues for Zelda Sloddard of Livermcre started work Monday morning at the John Berte home. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Holtzbauer and children of Algona were Sunday evening visitors at the William I Hammer home. Thursday evening the closing exercises and a program will be held in St. Joseph's hall by the St. Joseph parochial pupils. Betty Mae Becker, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Becker, returned home from Fort Dodge Mercy hospital Tuesday evening. Sunday, May 30, Corpus Cbristi Sunday will be observed in St. Joseph's Catholic hurch with a procession following the 6:30 Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Kdward Besch of Whittemoru jre the parent.-* of "i girl born Friday, May 21st. This is the nrst child lor the K';:x-i»s. The •iiluiH was baptized Janice Maiy tj-nday in Sit. Michael'^ churcii in Whittemorc. Sponsors were Mrs. .iuines Reding of Algona and Mike Bcsch, Sr., of WhiUfcmorc. FOR SALE—Electric refrigerator, used 12 months. Reasonable price.—Otto Esser, West Bend. 21* FOR SALE—Japanese Hulless pop corn seed.—Merle Wellendorf. 21* FOR SALE—Good used Chrysler 60-62 motor parts. Two good used Chrysler coupes.—Merle Wellendorf. 21* FARMS FOR SALE—All sizes, prices, locations. Terms to suit you. List your farm with us.—McDonald & Co. 10-tf REAL BARGAINS on good improved farms, also real buys on Algona lots and homes.—Kohlhaas Bros., phone 22. 20-tf FOR SALE—F-12 Farmall tractor and cultivator.—Elbert Garage, Algona, Iowa. 21* FOR SALE—A small lot of extra good Manchu beans, reasonably priced. Also have innoculation for beans.—Farmers Elevator, Hobarton, Phone 36F1. 16-tf FOR FARMS or town property, see me.—C. W. Nicoulin, real estate, Algona. 7-34* FOR SALE—Used typewriter, standard make and size, in good condition, $20.—Algona Upper Des Moines. 18 Miscellaneous FOR THAT overhaul job come to Wellendorfs Auto Repair. 21* LOANS—Prompt appraisal on 20 year farm loans. No appraisal fee —no commission—no red tape— low interest.—Edw. Capesius, Heise Bldg., Algona, Iowa. 22-tf FILM DEVELOPING—and printing, any fciifc, SOc per roll, (roe ettla/geujent witta any roil. —Lu*by'» drug 16-tt FARM LOANS—4 %%, No commission. No red tape. See A. E. Mallory, Travelers Ins. Co., Clear Lake, or M. P. Haggard, Algona. 17-22 ANNOUNCEMENT — We are pleased to advise we can furnish you with a high quality chick mash at VIM per cwt. Buy Wellendorf Leghorn baby chicks and started HOUSE FOR RENT or Sale In Algona. North of fair grounds. Possession given .June 1st—Alf Oesterreicher, Titonka, Iowa 21* Wanted WANTED—Ambitious man over 25 years for Fuller Brush sales- work. No sales experience necessary. For interview write 705 East Elm pr Call 126-W, Algona. 21* WANTED— Men with cars to take over profitable Rawlelgh Routes In Algona and Emmetsburg. Established customers. Must be satisfied with earning* of $30 a week to start Write Rawleigh's, Dept. IAE-11-I01, Freeport, 111. 21* DANCE SEXTON Ladle* I8c; Gents 4flc plus tax Clip this adv. ladies and present before 9:30 P. M. and you dance Free. Sat, May, 29 SWANEE'S SWING BAND Bigger and Better Than Ever Using Latest and Best R. C. A. Sound System and Dance Hits. DANCE THE TALK OF THE TOWN Free Wedding Dance jTues. June, 1st V. P. W. HALL ALGONA Coming Tues., June 8th A Good Dance Band See bills for the big dance. Ringsted Man Passes Sunday Fenton: Andrew Johnson of Rlng- setd passed away Sunday morning at a Fairmont hospital Mr. Johnson has been In poor health for the past two years having suffered a stroke and heart trouble. Truman, Ervln and Gaylord Johnson are Fenton nephews and Mrs. Charles Newel also of Fenton is a niece of Mr. Johnson, who was a brother of Mrs. Elsie Johnson. Andrew's wife has been dead many years, but he leaves two daughters, Mrs. Edith Welsbrod and Mrs. Lucille Kearns and two sons, Raymond and Harold, all of Rlngsted. Read The Want Ads—It Pays 47 Cars of Cattle Livermore: Jennings Bros, of this, place who have been buying cattle in Texas are having ft train load: of 47 cars shipped to various points Including Livermore, Titonka, Swea City, Oftrner, Lakota, and Miller, South Dakota. Eight cars of this shipment were received here Tuesday, and wilt b« sold out to farmers desiring feeders. Chicken Trouble Nick Maharis was fined $1 by Mayor C. F. Specht, Tuesday, In the mayor's court, on a charge of letting his chickens run at large. Complaint was filed by neighbors, who said the chickens had been running In their yards and gardens. Jantzen SWIM SUITS FOR MEN and BOYS 1.95 2.95 3.95 The very smartest—as well as the briefest—bit of men's (boys') beach apparel is the Jantzen Suit. Here certainly are the Trunks of the Year. They have a shaped Lastex Sunaka support that assures perfection of fit, lasting comfort and smooth front appearance. They have a Jantzen "Flex" belt, fabric developed especially for men's (boys') trunks, racing type leg cut for greater freedom and sun exposure The Algona Auction Co. We are here to serve both the idler and buyer at our pay- Uion in Algona every Saturday. Saturday. May 25 Don't forget that we expect to tell every Saturday thi» aum- mer and will be glad to ieil your livestock a» we have all kind* of buyer* for all kinds of pa*ture cattle. NOTICE—I will make a •pedal price on all Hay Tool* for this mouth only. Come in and look our good line of Maiaey- Harri* Hay Tool* over, a* this line is up to date. We expect to have a load of good pasture cattle in from the we*t, weighing from 800 to 500 UM. 10 head of Spotted Poland China Brood sows. We deal in new and u>ed machinery. AlUt-Chalmen Tractor* and the Muaey-Hante line of machinery. We will trade for anything you have. See u» before you deal We handle the DeLaval Separators. Now U you have any good cheap hone* to tell, brine them. Wt •»¥• lifted a few hone* for oar Mb Saturday, have twin* oaWfor hone*. ^" Will star* on atock at 1:80. TEBMS—Ca*h, Mo property removed until settled for. Ovm Cv«ry Day. Bale barn phone 17 e O* RIDDl^Coperator and At Raymond Biddle, clerk. new rWVrVVV 1

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