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The Algona Upper Pes Koines, Algona, Iowa, July l, 1937 BANCROFT OFFICER 1 IN AN AUTO UPSET Doleschal Injured Tuesda; Near Ledyard In Accident Bancroft: Toney Doleschal, loca marshall, was injured when the car which he was driving overturned near Ledyard, Tuesday. The accident occurred when Mr. Doleschal applied the brakes too quickly. The car was slightly damaged. California Visitor* Mr and Mrs. Henry Kressin and son, Bobbie and Mr. and Mrs. Chas Alexander of Pasadena, California arrived Thursday for a visit at the Fred Thfes home. Mr. and Mrs. Kressin are Mrs. Thies' parents and Mrs. Alexander her sister. Mr. and Mrs. Alexander went on to Ohio Friday for a visit and returned to Bancroft Tuesday. The trip from Pasadena to Bancroft was made in three days. Birthday Surprise A group of friends surprised Mrs Frank Recker on her birthday, Monday. Bridge was played at two tables. Mrs. Evans Carmean won first prize and Mrs. R. E. Weber won low prize. Mrs. Recker was also given a gift. Betty Dudding spent the week end at the Ray Miller home in Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Welp and family enjoyed a picnic at Clear Lake Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Recker were dinner guests Monday of Dr. and Mrs. T. J. Egan. Mrs. Chas. Scholtes and son, Denny and daughter. Marilyn Jean, are visiting Mrs. Scholtes' mother, Mrs. John Pehrson at Fairmont. Maurice Wolfe nnd daughter, Maureen, returned from Omaha on Monday, where they spent the week end visiting with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Art Ixmergan and daughter, Mary Ann, California, are visiting at the home of Mr. Loner- gsn's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Lonergan. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Baker entertained as dinner guests Sunday, Mrs. Wm. Saunders and daughter, Janet of Mendota, 111., and Mrs. R. E. Hutton. Mrs. Frank Cink entertained a number of girls at a birthday party Wednesday In honor of her daugh- :cr, Lillian, who celebrated her llth birthday that day. Mrs. C. M. Baker and Isabel Saunders took Margery Welp, who has seen visiting here, to Fort Dodge MOPE. AS MADDEN CLAN MEETS Mrs. R. F. Hawcott Horn Scene of Meeting On Sunday Good Hope: Sunday, June 21, a the home of Mrs. R. F. Hawrott Good Hope, occurred the annua gathering of the Madden clan com prising eight brothers and sisters their children, grandchildren an great-grandchildren. All the families were represente( except the John Maddens of Spo- k-ine, Washington. The group came from three states; seven counties in IOWH. two in Minnesota and from Bozeman, Montana. Occupations represented by the group included farmera and retir- Honday. Mrs. Elwin Odel accom-1 eo farmers, teachers, dairymen and panied them as far as St. Joe, where Iniry products, Des Moines City Fire she spent the day visiting at the Dept, trucking, laborer, machinist, home of her brother, Wm. Hammer, retired rural mail carrier, milliner, landscape gardener, highway build- St. Benedict News •icts company, car sales and lumber I firm, a merchant and a show-man. 1 A sumptuous basket dinner was Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Kennedy of Hutchinson, Minn., visited relatives here Sunday. whclh was followed by a social aft- Frang Grandgenett of Rolfe spent ernoon passed in the renewal of ac- Sunday in this vicinity. quaintances and the identification Frances Dunlap who Is employed of the relationship of various indiv- in Algona, visited her parents Sun- 'duals in the group. day. Corwith Has Two Visits From Stork Corwith-Falrview: Mr. and Mrs Ted May are the parents of a baby daughter, born last week Wednes day morning at the Kossuth hospital in Algona. The baby weighed six and one-half pounds. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Weiland are parents of a boy born the following Saturday. He weighed eight pounds and has been named Roger Everett. Birthday Party A birthday party, honoring Miss Eleanor Johnson, was held at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dnve Johnson, last Friday evening. Miss Johnson will enter Mercy hospital at Mason City for training in the near future. The Thimble circle met Friday at the home of Mrs. Robert May. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beers and 'amlly spent last week Sunday with her parents at Thompson. Frances Masterson is spending the veek with her sister and husband, ifr. and Mrs. DeRae Godfrey at LH- Verne. Col. Arthur Morse of Odell, II pent several days in Corwith th sast week, looking after his farm nterests. LtTVERNE NEWS C. H. Lfchty, Granddad Announcements have been received of the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sims, St. Agathe, Winnipeg, Canada. Mrs. Sims Is a daughter of Beatrice Lichty Harrison and this makes C. H. Lichty a great-grandfather. At Mother's Funeral Clifton Rlchardsons were at Goldfield Sunday where they attended funeral services for his mother who died Thursday after a long illness. Others of the Richardsons' friends attended the services also. The James Johnson, Jr. family were at Sioux City Sunday. Mary Shipley, Swea City, is vlslt- ng with the Herman Meyers, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lichty. C. H. Jchty and Grace went to Toledo, o visit relatives Monday. The Rev. Bert Van Zyl and children, Cicero, 111., were guests of the r. A. J. Easons, Monday. Henry Blumer, Knepp, Wis., and IVm. Blumer, Minneapolis visited heir brother, Paul Blumer, last week. Esther Fritzemeier was in Elk- art, Indiana, over the week end, rhere she attended the wedding of a riend. Children's Day was observed at the Methodist church Sunday with a program given by the Sunday School pupils. Dorothy Downing who makes her home at the Aaron Steusseys was taken to Fort Dodge Sunday for an appendectomy. Word from Miss Corlnne Smith, fifth and sixth grade teacher tells that she Is In California on an automobile trip with friends. Mrs. D. C. Toohey Is visiting relatives at Sheldon this week. An nabelle Contey, Llvermore, is guest at the Verne Tooheys. Walter Torjan. Milwaukee, Wis was a business visitor here Sat urday. His father owns the farm tenanted by the Fred Merkles. Lavonne Sankey, president of th Sherman Shiners 4-H club returnee Saturday from Ames where she had attended the convention. Guests at the Fred Merkte and Rev. E. C. Walter homes Sunday were Mrs. Carrie Lehman, Mrs. Em ma Lehman and Viletta Walter, of Boxholm. Arthur and Forrest Raney, Reinbeck, and Mrs. Flora Raney attended the Raney family picnic at Algona Sunday. On Monday Mrs. Raney went to Reinbeck with her sons to visit. A i, ...... , i _. * . . Miss Ellen Mitchell, daughter o A list of the related guests fol- Mr . and MM . D . o . Mitchell is no Mr. and Mrs. Fred Erickson drove lows grouped according to the heads employed at Younker's tea room i to Swea City to visit her parents on | ° f ^ nc various branches of the Mad- ' - Mr. and Mrs. John Arndorfer were den group with their children and I their Sunday evening visitors at the Her-, cel , us Madden „.,. . _ " ome - their unmarried children, Louise, V?"; A? r g ° is em - Gladys and Merlin; Mr. and Mrs. Moines. Mrs. Warren Mclntyre, Mrs. Williams. Miss and Mrs. W. E. Puffer were Fores City callers Friday. Mrs. Irene Tyrrel has returned to SLOW DOWN HERE COMES "WlUIE THE TAKE NO CHANCES an the highways or In your motor D-X IS GOOD GAS Johnson D-X SEBVICE STATJOJf State * Moore ployed at Algona. spent Sunday with Kenneth Madden 'and ' daughter! her home In Britt after spending her parents, the John Grandgenetts. Bonnie Jean, Lynd, Minn.: Mr. and some time at tne home of her daugh- Lorraine Huschka. who is employ- Mrs. Roy Madden, Cletus and Bar- ter - Mrs - Welt Studer and family, ed at the A. J. Grangenett home, I b.ira, Lynd. Minn., Mr. and Mrs. I Miss Mary Metille was at Thor spent Sunday with her grandmoth-I Leo Madden and Bonnie Jean, Lynd: last Friday evening, getting ac- er, Mrs. Anna Huschka. I Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Larson, I quainted with her new nephew, baby Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Miller and Marshall, Minn. son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Foley. family and Helen Harmon all of (2) Mr. and Mrs. L,aten Hall and Miss Thelma Chambers of Klem- Plum Creek, were visitors Sunday Velma, Lynd: (3) Mr. and Mr?. Geo. me spent Sunday with her cousin evening at the August Fehr home. I Madden, Evelyn and Donald. Lynd; Elaine Chamoers nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Preuschel of '*> Mr. and Mrs. James Madden, the latter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Milwaukee, Wis., are visiting hisj Sum ner, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Will I Ed Chambers, brother, John and family and the Hagedorn. Donald. Hazel and June, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Lindley and son, Martin Rahm and Raskopf families. Fredericksburg: Mr. and Mrs. Leo Clifford of Wa\ef!y visited from Father Kramer and three other Moody. Richard, Evelyn and Bev- Thursday until Saturday evening at neighboring priests drove to Fort erly> Waterloo; Mr. and Mrs. Fran- the home of their aunt and uncle. Dodge Tuesday to attend the funeral [ c j s . Madden, Bernlce, Ervin. Har- j Mr. and Mrs. Robert Masterson. I Ethel Waterman and children. Stan- I Icy and Shirley Ann, Sumner. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Barnes and (5) Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hawcott, tfrs. Alelt Troff were calling on I Burt; Mr. and Mrs. George Haw- relatives at Armstrong Friday eve-lcott and Wallace, Burt; (6) Mr. and ning. H, W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long dlifauya hmuilnf. Bmjr damage. Bjutpped t* do aO kinds of drmjlng and hauling, i 33-tt | 3C60606C8060BR BINDER TWINE $ 4.00 $ 4.50 WHITE SISAL TWINE, 50 Ib. bales, treated MANILA TWINE, 50 Ib. bales, treated Joe Bloom g»ss»»x#Kf«cectt8^£wa^^ Cummings NOW OFFER a "Adorable Frocks" \ g The Newest—Most Wanted Styles % I Mrs. Joe Madden, Armstrong; Mrs. l Vera Fisher and daughter, Wanda Mae. Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. Jack McCall, Vera Ann. Jackelynn and Joseph, Des Moines: Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Madden, Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mlkelbus. Donald and Sybil, Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Heine and John, Bremer; Mr. and Mrs. Verne Home, Wavcrly; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Madden, Jr., Lavonne and Joan, Fenton; Mr. and Mrs. George Madden, Gerald, Vivian, Loren and Lloyd, Armstrong; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Acteou,-Richard, .Jr, Ruth Ann *nd Robert. Des Molnc*; Mr. and Mrs. Erwaldt Nlnedorf, Waterloo, and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jensen, Algona. (7) Mr. and Mrs. Ed Madden and Doris, Amiret, Minn., and Thelma,-, Bozeman. Mont; Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Bedow, Drusilla. Virgil, Rena, Betty Lou. Roger and Loretla. Arco, Minn.: Mr. and Mrs. Harris Wadsworth and Marlene June. Lone Rock; Mr. and Mrs. Wilburt Vand- erwert and Donna Mae, Amiret; Mr. and Mrs. Duane Bartlow, Flora and Charles. Amiret. <8i Mr. and Mrs. Fred Neuenschwander, Edward and Clarice Mae, Fairmont; (91 Mrs. Flora Bedow and son, Charlie, Amiret; (10) Mr. and Mrs. Burl Elliss, Spirit Luke. Other unrelated guests were Mr. and Mrs. James Wadsworth, Lone Rock; Mr. and Mrs. Will Rath and Charlene, and the Rev. and Mrs. Allen Wood and Martha Madson. Before the group dispersed plans were made and officers were elected for next year; president. Mrs. Burl Ellis, Spirit Lake; vice president, Bertha Ninedorf, Waterloo; secretary-treasurer, Algona. Martin A. Jensen, I ><>/,<•)is of styles and colors—all >ixes 14 to , 1C u-urc \Viinlv Pitv Al! lila.-k Unxuldntli :i,- Sun Hark Shantungs Fl.,.-k l).it Voiles Aud many more. You'll iiud .just the co«.1 wash dress you want at CUMMINGS The writer ran into an interesting thing Monday at the "Bob" Harveys where he found them packaging strawberries to be frozen and stored in their rental cold-storage compartment down town for use next winter. Frfssh strawberry shortcake for Christmas Yum! Yum! Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gross and aon, "Billy", v/ent to Ames Sunday for the meeting and picnic of the Iowa Shorthorn Breeders Association, which was held on the campus of Iowa State College. Judy Bartholomew, who has been visiting relatives here, accompanied them as far as her home in Fort Dodge. A card from the A. M. Guatafsons, Ogden, brings newa of the death on Tuesday of last week of Mrs. Nancy Scott, mother of Mrs. Gustafson and Mrs. Carl fatten, Boone. Mrs. Scolt was ill but a few days but waj well past eighty years of age. She had numerous friends in Good Hope community, having lived here oftfn. The funeral servirej were held at Boom; the Thursday following her death. Bichpoint News Muxinc De-vine spent the week til'! with her cousin, Marguerite ^killing. Mrs. U. B. Frankl. Irvinyton. was ;. 1'illcr at the R. H. Skilling home .Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Devine and family were Sunday guests at the S. ./ iJevine home. A Ditsworth family reunion was held at the Call State Park Siin- d.i>. About 200 attended. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kauey. W'.-at Liiiton. Mrs. Cora Kuney, Algona, a«u the George Johnson family apent Sunday evening at the Hugh Kaney home. Kiichel Becker is employed at the Advance publishing office. She i-> the eldest daughter of Mi', and Mrs. Becker, Bun, former Rich Point residents. KacheA graduated v,uh honors from the Burt higb school this spring. of the summer at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wille. Mr. and Mrs. John Wilhite took their daughter, Betty Jo, to Fort Dodge last week where she submitted to a nasal operation at the Mercy hospital for the relief of sinus trouble. Mrs. Stanley Core and daughters, Irene and Donna of Rapid City, S. D., and Mr. and Mrs. John Gleaves and Mrs. Naomi Core of Baxter were guests at the S. L. Thompson home last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Oxley entertained the following guests on Sunday. The latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Art Lockmore, a brother and wife, Mr. and Mr*. Mito Lockmore. and a Hater, Mies Ocraldine Lockmore of Forest City. Notice «ij" otlce . I s hcreb . v given that the Arid-west fcervlce Company, Algona, Iowa, lias been duly Incorporated under and pursuant to the laws ol the State of Iowa. The name of the Corporation shall be known as the Mid-west Service Company and Its principal place of business Is at Algona, loir a. The general nature of the business Is to deal In lumber, building materials, palms, fuel and all other commodities which are usually bought and sold In connec- S. 8. Surprise Party The Sunday School class of the Methodist church of which Emma Voss is a member, gave her a surprise shower at the Voss home last week Tuesday evening. She was given two pictures for her new home as a remembrance from the class. She was married Wednesday, June 30, to Herman Wise, Sexton. Doan News vening The Wm. J. Martineks spent last Sunday at Lost Island fishing. The Alfred Meyers family of Fenton were guests of Mrs. Andrew Hansen Friday. The ice cream social held at the Doan church last Friday e netted the Ladies Aid J42. W. J. Martinek of Britt came Monday to spend a few days with his sons, A. J. and Wm. J. Martinek. Mrs. Joe Baker of Lake Crystal, Minn., spent Tuesday with her sister, Mrs. Ruth Sparka and also was a guest of Mrs. Wm. Cosgrove and Dg White on that day. Mias Genevieve Cosgrove, R. N., who had been at the home of her parents, Supervisor and Mrs. Cosgrove for some time, returned to Mason City, where she does special nursing. Mrs. Walter Anderson, Joice and Bobby, who have been visiting relatives and friends in this locality the past two weeks, will conclude their visit this week end, July 4, and return to their home at Windom, Minn. Lion with a general merchandts- ng business, handling building materials and fuels. Also to buy and «ell at wholesale and retail, gaso- Ines, lubricating ana cylinder oils, greases, automobile accessories, jarts and all other articles Incidental o the conducting of wholesale and etall automobile service stations .nil bulk oil stations. The authorized capital stock of aid corporation Is sixty thousand ollars (J60,000). divided Into shares f one hundred dollars ($100.00) ach. Said shares of stock shall be aid for nt the time of Issue Ir. money r property, and If paid for In prop- rty, It must be subject to the ap- roval of the Kxecuilve Council of owa as provided by law. The time of the commencement of uslness of said Corporation shall e flxerl as of the date of tte Issu- nce of Its Certificate of Incorpora- on by the Secretary of the State of owa and shall continue for a period f twenty years unless sooner dls- olved as provided by law. The affairs of the Corporation are o be conducted by a Board of Dlr- ctors consisting of not le»a than irte nor more than five persons who ust be stockholders of the Corpora- on which Board of Directors shall e chosen by the stockholders at tK»lr annual meeting and hold office for one year, or until their successors are elected ar.d qualified. Until the number of the members of the Board of directors is changed, there shall be five members on the Board of Directors who are as follows, towlt: Martin Jenson. Sr., Rlngsted. Iowa; Ha>ph Jenson, Klngsted. Iowa; Martin A. Jenson, Algona, Iowa; L*ster T. Jenson, ulng- ated. Iowa, and Vernon Jenson, Armstrong, Iowa. The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Corporation (hall b« held on the third Tuesday of January or each year at the principal office of th« Corporation located at Algona. Iowa, at tee o'clock In the forenoon. The annual meeting of the Directors of the Corporation shall be held Immediately after the annual meeting of the stockholders and at such meeting the directors shall elect the officers of the Corporation. The officers of the Corporation shall be a president, vice president, secretary, and treasurer, and one person may hold, more than one office. Until tlie flrat annual meeting. Martin Jenson, Hr, ningsted. Iowa, shall bo president; Lester T. Jensor. Itlng- Med. Iowa, shall b* vice president; Ralph Jenson, HlnRMted. Iowa, shall IJP secretary and Martin A. Jenson. AlKona. Iowa, shall be treasurer of said Corporation. The private property of the stockholders of said Corporation shall be <*x*-mpt from corporate liability except to the extent and In the manner provided by the laws of the Htato of Iowa. (Sinned) MAP.TIN JENSON. SR., President, RALPH JK.N-SON. -2S Secretary. Full Value In x Automobile ft Fire Insurance Real Estate — Loans JOEL M. HERBST Office: Over la. State Bank Phone No. 93 and Saturday Potatoes ______________________ per pe6k 29c Green Beans _._ _______ No. 2 size (Special) 9c Fancy Cookies _________________ per pound 19c Pork ft Beans _____ , ____ ,— Ho. 10 size can 43c Opal Sandwich Spread ----- __, ------ % pt. 13c Stokley's Soup, assorted ......... —3 cans 25c Dried Peaches ..... ----------- ...... 2 Ibs. 29c COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Potted Meat ________ _ _____________ 2 cans 16c Ood Fish, ready for the pan* ___________ 2 Ibs. 25c Corned Beef Hash, Armour's _______ 2 cans 25c Baby Beef Boil __________________ per Ib. 16c Baby Beef Steak ______ ^_: _________ per Ib. 30c QUALITY HOME BUTCHERED MEATS FRESH DRESSED SPRING CHICKENS Sorensen Grocery Co. We Deliver Phones 138-139 OBE THE WANT ADS FOR QUICK RESULTS Glass Auto Glass Replaced while you wait. We carry a complete stock of window glass Greenberg Auto Supply 38-tf CITY COMFORT FOR THE FARM MODERN HOMES Did you now that your building dollar does more today than ever before? The reason, of course, is new materials and more efficient methods of construction. Inspect these materials today at F S. Norton & Son Lumber Company. You will be amazed at the low cost of building a really modern home, completely insulated and allowing you many conveniences you never expected to find in a small home on the farm. ALL KINDS OF LUMBER INSULATING MATERIALS CONCRETE AND SUPPLIES Bring Your Plans to Us for Fre3 Estimate of Complete Costa! F. S. Norton & Son Supplying Algona Building Needs for 42 Years Phonn229 Algona, Iowa ITS MORE FUN ... Coming Home To A Home of Your Own detail*. Money For Long Term to Buy, Build, Remodel, Modernwe, Repair, Refinance Your Home ALGONA FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASS'N. H. R. Cowan, Pnt. . O. Morton, Frank

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