The Algona Uppef Des Molnes, Algona, Iowa, June 24,1937 Park and Pool In Memory Of The Comttocks Old friends of the Comstock and Shadle families in Algona will be interested in knowing of the 20-acre park and swimming pool recently donated to the city of Spokane, Washington, by Mr. and Mrs. Gene Shadle In memory of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Comstock, all former Algona residents. CoL Comstock, Civil War veteran and pioneer Algona business man, moved with his family to Spokane perhaps 30 years ago and became a millionaire in the dry goods business. Robert Patterson, Jas. Paine and Gene Shadle went to Spokane with Col. Comstock. Gene Shadle married Miss Josie Comstock and succeed Coin- stock in the Comstock store. The swimming pool is said to be one of the most beautiful in the west and has been presented to the city together with a 20-acre park by Mr. and Mrs. Shadle. A clipping showing a picture Of the pool was sent to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sherman by Cleve Lantry, brother of Mrs. Sherman. Algona Golfer Is Second In Tourney Clayton Pittman, Algona, took second place in the North Central Iowa golf tournament at Fort Dodge last week Pittman was also second low in medal score in the opening round. Jim Canavan of Ft, Dodge shot an 81 to win first place, and Pittman came in with an 82. The young man played on the University of Iowa freshman golf team, this spring, and certainly can whack the old apple a mile. Gets Radio Position Good Hope: Arthur Mitchell, son of Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Mitchell formerly of Good Hope, has recently secured a position as record ing engineer with the KSCJ radio station at Sioux City. Arthur is naturally talented in radio work and has been associated with the broadcasting of the Sunday morning worship hour during his student work at Morningside college from which institution he graduated this spring. Low opei atlas; coat of Westinghouse Refrigeraton'—enabled Westinghouse to win the largest refrigerator order ever placed, from the U. S. Public Works Administration Housing Division. These refrigerator! were bought for PWA's slum clearance and low-rent bousing projects on the most economical basis Government experts could find... If a Westinghouse Refrigerator will save rnoney for the Government, it will save money for you I Westinghouse J REFRJfifRftTDR Pratt Electric Co. Plione 170 AJgona, la, The NEW CALL AND ' ft COMFORTABLE All Seats 26c O'flAKORAN Wcnn* bibs cm tt.lMCM Hull fackif Moran Sat., June 26 Matinee from 1 o'clock Popeye—News Sunday-Monday, June 27-28 HANG ONTO R HATS! i I met hi Melvyn DOUGLAS Robert YOUNG Tuesday, June 29, Continuous from 1 o'clock Glenda Parrell in "Ply Away Baby" COMING SOO.V Marx Bros, in "Day at the Races" Bob Burns, Martha Bay in 'Mountain Music' Exclusive and Authentic Pictures of CiK LOUIS-BRADDOCK FIGHT Better Than a Ringside Seat (A<laii»i.v>n 41<- and ;jJo At New Call and Iowa Theatre* Thura., Fri., June 24th-25th Algona Girls Return to Scene Of Girlhood The "Clarke girls" spent last Thursday and Friday in Algona visiting with the friends of their girlhood days. "Nell", for many years has been the wife of John Sanborn well knotvn judge of the Circull Court of Appeals in St. Paul. Agnes Clarke, who married John Intel- kofer, a railway mail clerk moved from Algona to Vancouver, Washington, and had not seen Algona for thirty years. A young niece of Mrs. Sanborn was with them. Agnes was on her way to New York City, where she expected to join her son and make their home there. A daughter, living In the west, was about to be married. The Indies, both daughters of the late George E. Clarke, noted attorney of early day Algona, were popular in the younger circles of Atgona in the early nineteen hundreds and their visit here was much enjoyed. Mrs. Mae Harrington and Mrs. H. R. Cowan gave a dinner party Friday evening honoring the visitors nnd also Mrs. John Walker, who as a girl was Ollle Salisbury, who has been visiting here from Hollywood. California. Wegner, Strilings In LuVerne Picnic LuVerne: The Wegner and Stripling families had a picnic dinner at the local park recently. The home people were: the Arnold and Richard Wegners, the H. D. Ristaus. the Mike Striplings. Fred Lenz, Chas. Hinz and Harold Nelson families and Mrs. Helena Stripling and Mike Wagner. From out of town were: Mrs. Chas. Stripling and two children. Sherburn, Minn.: Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Stripling. Estherville; the Edward Beebes, Fort Dodge; the Fay Harmons, Bancroft; the Albert Nielsens. Burt, and Mrs. Elmer Emery, Sexton. Mother Of Eagle Twp. Lady Passe* Armstrong: Funeral services wer Held Saturday morning at 1 o'clock in Newton for Mrs. Joh McDermott aged mother of Mr Thomas Johnson^ Jr.) of Eafrl township, Kossuth county. Mrs. Me Dermott had been a paralytic inval Id for five years and she passe away Wednesday, June 16th, I Newton. The McDermotts former fy lived In the Dolliver vicinity s they are well known here, Mrs. McDermott Is survived b her husband and eight children Mrs. D. A. Dickinson of Mount Un ion, Pennsylvania; Mrs. E. G Smith, Mrs. H. V. Peterson an John McDermott, Jr., all of Aur ora. III.; William McDermott o Superior, Iowa. Paul and Donal McDermott of Newton, and Mrs Thomas Johnson, Jr., of Armstrong All of the children were able to at tend the funeral. The burial wa; made in the Armstrong cemetery. Pratt Get* Contract For Two Colleges, Hotel'and School The Pratt Electric has been awarded several fine wiring contracts during the past few days. The most recent is the new men's dormitory at the Iowa State Teachers' Col- ege for about $8.000 They also have he women's dormitory. Elm Hall, at towa State College, for $5559, the Sardy school and the New Algona flotel on which work will start July CASH IN YOUR WORN TIRES GENERAL'S 12th Annual TRADE IN ALSO AT NEW CALI Henry Fouda, Stuuirt Iruiu, fat O'Brieu, say ill "SLUM." ALSO AT THE IOWA— > Evan* in "THE 13TH CHA1K" JLiud- to V—— per tire And Up to Twice That Much On Some Sizes Salt IscJsrfei Gcssral O.al-IO, 4-p/y aid 6-p/y, $»••* Grip atd Dual Grip Gssarali. MINIMUM AMOUNT YOU SAVE ON EACH TIRE (EUJI Gre*Ur Reductionj OA 4.50/21 $1.81 to $2.55 1.75/19 2.11 to 2.61 5,25/18 2.56 to 3.52 5.50/17 2.81 to 1.10 6.00/16 :U3to 1.91 6.00/17 3.71 to 5.37 6.25/16 3.51 to 5.95 6.50/16 3.86 to 6.02 6.50/17 1.35 to 6.61 7.00/17 5.03to 6.98 /. 50/16 7.11 to 9.18 7.50/18 8.38 to 12 .31 .Siiej for tiirj Uututfcc price*. c«r >t prvpur- UU-AWATS FOB II* OEPOMT Family Reunions l Order of the Day Swea City: Members of the Madsen clan gathered Sunday for a reunion at the Kossuth fairgrounds, Algona. One hundred and twenty- nine were present. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Christensen, Mr. and Mrs, H. E. Jensen and several others from this community attended. The annual reunion of the Jensen family will be held Sunday at the Mrs. Jennie Jensen home in Seneca township. Wegener Reunion Held June 20th Fenton: The twelfth annual family reunion of the Wegeners was held Sunday, June 20th at Clear Lake. After a picnic dinner at noon the older people spent the time visiting while the younger set went roller skating, boating and sightseeing. Attending from here were: Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Johnson, son Kenneth and daughters Eunice and daughters, Eunice and Marjorie, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Grelnert and daughter Verdell, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Grelnert and son, Edward, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Frink and sons, Ervin and Fred, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hantelman, Mr. and Mrs. William Miller and daughters, Cordellia and Carmen, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wegener and sons. Gene and John, Mr. ,and Mrs. Albert Bleckwenn and sons, Theodore and Lloyd, John Wegener, all of the Falrville community; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wegener, Algona: Mr. and Mrs. Louis Grelnert and daughter. Naomi of Whitteraore; Mrs. Gerhardt Wlttkopf of Algona: Mrs. Carrie Hartman. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nottger, Mrs. Minnie Nottger. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Clay and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jacobs of Waterloo. Livermore Boy To Wed on July 3 Livermore: Announcement has been made of the engagement and approaching marriage of Kobert Devine and Miss Dorothy Wehr- Notice th Xulki- Is hereby Klvi-n that Miil-Weal .Service Company, Alyona, has bvt-n (July incorporated under and pursuant lo the laws of tin- .Mate of Iowa. The r.anie of the Corporation hhall lie Known as the Mid-west fiervlce Company anil its principal place* of ' isinc.is Is at AJguiia, lowa- The general nature of the business Is to tic-al In lumber, building materials, paints, fuel and ill other mmodiues which are usually ujjhl and sold In connection with a general merchandising business, handling building mat- euals and fuels Aiso to buy and sell at wholesale and retail, gaso- lines, lubricating and cylinder oils, t£Tc4acs, automobile accessories, parts and all other articles Incidental to the conducting of wholesale and retail automobile service nations anil bulk oil stations. The authorized capital stock of .SKI.I corporation Is sixty thousand dollars t|t>o,ouO>, divided Into shares of one hundred dollars ($l')u.uuj eaclL Saiu shales of block bhall be paid for at the time of Issue Ir: money or propel ly, and if paid for in prop erty, it must be subject to the approval of Ihe Kxecutive Council of Iowa as provided by law. The unit: of Hie commencement of business of said Corporation shall be Hxcd as of the dale of tie Issuance of it.-, Cerlllicate of Incorporation by the .Secretary of the btale of Iowa ami shall continue for a period of twenty years unless sooner dissolved as provided by law. The affairs of the Corpui atior. are lo b>-. conducted by a Hoard of Inr- tclors eonsisllng of nol less lhan tint c i.or more lhan flve persons who IUI..TI hi.- Mockholders of the Corporation whii-li Hoard of Uii colors aliall be i.hosen by the stockholders at 1! >-;r annual nueUnK and hold office for ont: year, or until their successors ,11..- i-l.-i ted a::,I ijualltled. Until the nun.!., r of the iii'-nih.-i.i of the Hoard .,f J'lK-clora is chang'.'il. them shall be llv.j ini-miM-is ou the Hoard of I.M I •.:--I ul J V. I..J al»; as I'jlIoWo, I •! wit: Martin l<-na"n. .Sr., Jtlng.iled, I.IA,!., liif%l«li .Jcii:-on. UliiK^led. Iowa. Martin A Jeiison, Algoim, Iowa. J..-ati:r T. .J.-n,on, illng- rled. loH.I. .,11.1 Vetljun Jtllaol., Al ll,.>t I01.J5, Iowa. Ti,-- annual f the Col|. of th atio . be GREENBERG AUTO SUPPLY The only complete auto supply store in Algooa and Northern Iowa, He Ihild Tuesday of .Jan* ach year at the prim Ipal ted if the Corporat . Iowa, at tvi: Dntton Reunion- The 31st annual Dutton reunion Was held Sunday at the fair ground There were 98 present. After a pic nic dinner, a business meeting wn; held which was followed by a pro gram. Nine new members were add ed this year. W. A. Dutton was re elected president, and Mrs. Wallaci McArthur was reflected secretary and treasurer. Following is a Us of members present: Mr. and Mrs. Louis Dutton, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Dutton, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Duttoi and daughter, Donna Jean, Mr. anc Mrs, George Steil and daughter Elizabeth Ann, and Phyllis Coleman of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hefler and daughters, Elaine, Zelda Corlnne and son, Harold of Granada, Minnesota; Mrs. Frank Miller of Kasson, Minnesota; Mrs. George Miller of Claremont, Minnesota Fred Dutton, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Richter and son, Marvin, Mr. ant! Mrs. Merle Cassem and son, Marlin Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dutton and daughters, Dorothy, Marion, Helen and sons, Ralph, Robert, of Elmore, Minnesota; Mr. and Mrs. George orsen and daughters, Maxinet, Wilma and Glena Ruth and son Donald of Dows, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Chester Worden and son, Robert, Gordon, Cleo and Chester of Dows; Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Montgomery and son, Pierce, Mr. and Wrs. Clifford Juhl and son, Roger of Forest City; Mr. and Mrs. Glen Teeter of Lone Rock; Mr. and Mrs. Joe •Coppen and daughter, Elaenor and Vivian Dutton, Hvermore, and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McArthur of Irv- ngton. [<• R. Dutton Reunion — The L. R. Dutton family held a reunion Sunday at the home of their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McArthur with all children present with the exception of Vtrs. J. W. Carmichael of Liberty- ille. Twenty-three members of he family enjoyed a picnic dinner and social afternoon. During the day the selection "Silver Haired )addy of Mine" was dedicated to Mr. Dutton in honor of Fathers' Day from KGLO at Mason City. Out of town guests were Mrs. Frank Miller of Kasson, Minn.; ilrs. George Miller of Claremont, rlinn.; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Koppen nd daughter, Eleanor and Vivian Dutton of Livermore; Mr. and Mrs. : len Teeter of Lone Rock; Mr. and ilrs. Milton Pierce and son, Dur- ood, of Lu Verne; and the following rom Algona: Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Dutton, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Dutton nd children, Kathryn, Helen and Harold. Country Club Luncheon — The second Country Club bridge- incheon was held at the club house, Wednesday afternoon. Active host- sses were Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer, hairman, Mrs. Chas. Taylor, Mrs. >V. A. Foster, Mrs. G. S. Buchanan rtrs. H. R. Cowan, Mrs. D. P. Smith nd Mrs. Raymond Norton. One 'clock luncheon was served to 51 women. Prizes were received by Mrs. Will Daughan, Mrs. J. L. Bonar, Mrs. R. B. Waller and Mrs. Harold Walker. Bridge Club- Mrs. B. E. Hilsteadt and Mrs. E. W. Hanson were joint hostesses to le members of their bridge club, 'uesday afternoon A one o'clock uncheon was served. There were iree tables of bridge. Mrs. L. W. Fox received the high score prize, ilrs. Fred Bartholomew the second igh prize, and the consolation prize •ent to Mrs. Tony Kirsch. Mrs. ,loyd Wellendorf and Mrs. Fred lartholomew were guests of the lub. Club- Mrs. Leon Merritt entertained er Dessert Bridge club, Friday aft- rnoon. There were eight members resent. Mrs. W. A. Vigars won the first prize, and Mrs. Gene Wray eceived the low score prize. Mrs. George Johnson was the club guest. Bridge Club- Mrs. R. W. Roeder will entertain he members of her bridge club at ter home, Thursday evening. leim. Robert is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Devine of this place, nd Miss Dorothy, daughter of Mrs. ,V. M. Wehrheim of Eagle Grove. The date set for the wedding is 'uty 3rd and will be held at Sac- ed Heart church in Eagle Grove with the Rev. Father Malloy offlc lating. Rokert was born here and grad- uate4 with the class of '36 and with he exception of a few months in Webster City following his graduation where he had employment, he has spent his entire life here. clock in Ihe Tl.'- annual m>:i:tlnK of the iJIrect- 'jf-i of the Corporation bhall be held Immediately alter the annual meeting <,! Ihe stockholdeie and at such meeting Ihe direi.tors shall c-b-ct the oifneis of tin- Corporation. The of- Ilcers of the Corporation shall be a in t:;-,tdirr. t, vice president, secretary, and trt-aHurer. and one person may hold more lhan one office. Until the HI-HI ann-ual meeting, Marlin Jen- boa. Hr.. ltli>K»te<l. Iowa. Bhall b« president; I-eoter T Jensor.. ItlriK- sted. Iowa, shall be vice president; Ralph Jennoii. UlUKoted. Iowa, shall bo s«M.-retary and Martin A- Jennon. Algona. Iowa, shall bu treasurer of &aid Corporation. The private property of the stockholders of said Corporation shall be eieinpl from corporate liability except to the extent and In the manner provided by the laws of the State of Iowa. iSigueU; MAJtTIN JKNSON. SK . President. RALPH JBNSON, ;S-:» Secretary. Visit At Home Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bruhn and daughters, Arlene and Phyllis of Depew spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Bruhn's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Bruhn spent (Sunday at the parents of Mrs. Bruhn, Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer. Their son, Billy and daughter, Ruth, remained for a week with their grandparents. Swea-Eagle News A son was born to Mr. and Mrs Art Peterson Sunday, June 13, at an Algeria hospital. liev and Mrs. Andy Swanson and their two daughters of Worthing* ton, Minn., called on Mrs. J. B Uurner last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred McGregor were Sunday viailors of Mr. McGregor's sister, Mrs. Will Chriaten- »en, at the Dolnaage hospital, Buffalo Center. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Kruescher anc children of St. Paul. Minn., Mr* Sona Fangust and daughter, Helen and Mrs. Claud Fangust were Tuesday visitor* at the Virgil Jensons Laila Berg, member of the Swea Spirit of Service 4-H club left on Wednesday to attend the three- day 4-H state convention at Ames Miss Berg will sing In the state chorua. Mrs. Vic Eckhoim and daughter Lyda, Kffle Eckholm ot Das Moin«s Mrs. Otto Jenson, Mrs. Mttyoan Jeojton and Mrs. Claude Fangu* were afternoon guasU Wednesday at the Vlrgii Jeiwoas. Fish Dinner— Mr. and Mrs. John Button were host and hostess at a fish dinner, Sunday evening. A 7:00 o'cllck dinner was served to twelve guests. Following dinner bridge was played. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Geigel won the high score prize, and the low score prize went to Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Merritt. Helping Band Society— The Presbyterian Helping Hand society will meet July 1, Thursday, at the church. Hostesses will be Mrs. Carl Specht, Mrs. L. J. DeGraw, Mrs. Carl Wauge, Mrs. Albert Ogren, Mrs. G. C. Barton, and Mrs. Van Dorston. Missionary Society— The Woman's Missionary society of the First Lutheran church meets Friday at 2:30 in the church parlors, with Mrs. D. D. Monlux, Mrs. Seastrom, Mrs. M. A. Sjostrand, and Mrs. Harvey Simpson as the hostesses. Basket Social— A basket social will be held this evening (Thursday) in the church parlors of the First Lutheran church, and will be sponsored by the Luther League. Bridge Foursome— Mrs. C. D. Schaap entertained Mrs. H. W. Miller, Mrs. R. B. Waller, and Mrs. C. C. Shierk at an informal bridge foursome, Tuesday evening. Bridge-Luncheon— Mrs. Dg White of Burt will entertain a party of Algona women at a one o'clock luncheon and bridge ?arty at her home, Friday. Junior Mission Band— The Junior Mission Band of the First Lutheran church will hold practice at the Bilsboroughs on Saturday at 2:30. Mothers & Daughter* Club- Mrs. Frank Miller entertained the resco Mothers and Daughters club at her home Wednesday afternoon. DANCE Follow the Crowds to SEXTON Saturday, June 26th Huck Shaffer's Swing Band Clip this adv. and present before 9:30 p. m. and dance free, to the ladies. ^t^ FROZEN MSSEKTS wO/ioul Ufaching orSttrrtt tty Chef it made in (Aeon* quart size. It comes complfti uith m<rf/ef, cantos ice bag, and recipe book containing 35 recipes. desserts at hom« ii °fa Cooleratot's Icy Chet Simply ffl the container wN choice of the 35 or more recipes, put container in the tnrtdlfcd •bell packed with tee and salt, aad set It aside. It heeds i»W»tb- ing or stirring, yet ill lew than afi boor yon have a ddiddto dfewerf . . . smooth, hard-frozen, • trt»t for family or guests. Content* stay frozen up to 12 hours ot mote, making Icy Chef ideal to carry with yon on picnics or trip*. Made by the Coolerator Company. manufacturer* of Coolerator, The Air Conditioned Refrigerator. See Icy Chef today. Algona Ice Cream & Candy Factory Phone 270 PHONE 464 FIXTURES Nothing else can add so much to the comfort of a home . . . but unleM the plumbing equipment U well (elected, nothing else can be MI trouble*«ne! Laing ft Muckey Installation!. Include the fine** material, well built fixture* and dependable workmanship. Call u* for free estimate* today. Oil Burners and Stokers Laing & Muckey NOBTH DODGE STREET BOY 4 Fireworks For the Kids Celebrate at home, be generous with the kiddies this year. 1937 is the end of "Home Used Fireworks.'
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