The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 15, 1937 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 15, 1937
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The Algon* Upper Peg Molnes,Algona, 101% July 15,1937 Lett* Wester, Wesley Visitor, Returns to Ames on Sunday Miss Leila Wester, who has spent the past week at the home of her parents, returned to Ames Sunday evening concluding a vacation from .her duties as private secretary to one of the Iowa Extension department officials at Ames. Miss Anna Wester, dietitian in the Fifth Avenue hospital in New York City, left Monday night by train for Chicago, thence to New York, to resume her work following a five weeks' vacation. Kanawha Wins 4-1 The local baseball team played the baseball team of Kanawha at a twilight game on the local diamond Friday night with the visiting team being victorious in scoring 4 to 1 Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Fox drove to Sheldon Sunday to spend the day with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. John Hutchison drove to Eldora Saturday to spend the week end with her mother, Mrs. Margaret Lawler. Miss Marguerite Pfeffer of Des Moines spent the past week here aa house guest at the home of her brother, Dr. LeRoy Pfeffer. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Rlcke and family of Williams spent from Saturday until Sunday visiting in the Ricke and Froehllch homes. Miss Arlene Haynes employed as office assistant at the General hospital in Algona spent from Saturday night until Sunday night with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. Tom McMahon drove to Algona Sunday where they were guests for dinner at the home of his parents, Dr. and Mrs. T. E. McMahon. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hennlger of Waterloo are the parents of a baby born to them on July 3. Mrs. Henniger was formerly Miss Bertha Fasbender. Art Bleich celebrated one of his birthdays Saturday and on Sunday he was a special dinner guest at the home of his sister, Mrs. Rena Hadek in Garner. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Grattidge and three daughters returned home to Wesley the fore part of this week following a few days visit at the home of his brother at Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lee and Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Lee of Radcliffe stopped for a visit with the Sam Alne family Sunday morning en- route to Blue Earth for the big picnic. Miss Irene Sherman, employed at the state capitol building as private secretary to the chief justice of courts, is enjoying her vacation here with her parents, the C. J. Shermans. Word has been received here from Mrs. W. A. Drewelow reporting tha Wellington has been very 111 and in a hospital being ill with abdomlna trouble. His condition required blood transfusion last week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schllts, Mr and Mrs. Andrew Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Young and Mrs. Flora Gabriel spent Sunday afternoon here visiting In the home of their friends, Mr. and Mrs> R. B. Hop kins. Clare McCall returned home on Friday from a week's trip to Chi cago where among other things he witnessed a big league basebal game. He also took occasion to vis! the Oscar Erickson family at Elm' hurst. Miss Marie Richter returned honu Friday from Algona where she was employed as registered nurse on a private case. Her sister, Therese also a registered nurse, was callet for private duty on a case of Illness in Algona Friday. The Jorgen Skow, Sam Alne, and t*. L. Lease families drove to Blue Earth, Minn., Sunday, where they attended the Story-Hamilton counties picnic. Several thousand persons from Minnesota and Iowa attended the gathering. Paul Byro, young son of Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Byro of Ooldfleld, spent the past week visiting his aunt, Mrs. Lester Larson and family. On Sunday the Byro family were guests at the Larson home, taking Paul home with them that evening. Mrs. Emllle Byro and two sons. Ralph and Ardlth of Alta, Illinois, spent several days recently at the home of her niece, Mrs. Lester Larson and family. While here they attended a family reunion held at Blue Earth on Sunday, July 4th. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Oostin spent Thursday In Des Molnes visiting his sister, Mrs. Maud Johnson, who has been critically 111 with heart and nerve disease for the past several weeks. They brought Mrs. Johnson's three year old adopted daughter, Jane, back with them to spend the remainder of the summer here at the Goslln home. Other little guests at the Goslln home the past week were Freddie Bill, son of the Peter Gosllns of Charles City and Miss Beverly Mayer of Des Moines, both returning the latter part of the week to their homes. Rectal Diseases Varicose Veins and Rupture - I UM the watatant method in treating these conditions. This means that you suffer very little If any pain, do not have to go to bed or lose any blood. You can go right en with your regular work and lose no time except for a few minutes in my office once a week. You are welcome to come In for an examination without charges. At that time I can explain my method of treatment. Dr. S. W. Meyer, D. 0. GENERAL HOSPITAL Algona, Iowa 21-tf Climate Disagrees South Plum Creek: Lawrence Fetter returned from Idaho, where he went expecting to stay. He suffered with nose bleed and sickness and was glad to get back. Swea-Eagle News Hostess At Shower Mrs. Robert Pehrson was hostess at a miscellaneous shower last Thursday afternoon for Miss Bernice Pehrson of Fairmont, Minn., whose marriage will take place in August. Miss Pehrson received many lovely gifts. Lunch was served to 35 guests. 4-H Club Meeting The 4-H club meeting for the baby beef and poultry club met at the home of Myron Johnson Monday evening. The program included talks on baby beef and chick management. All enjoyed the entertainment planned. The meeting was well attended. Lucille Evans is attending the M. E. camp at Lake Ohoboji this week. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kelly and children visited Sunday at the Lawrence Byers. Mrs. Nina Traub returned to Des Moines after three weeks' stay at the Joe Preston home. Miss Lucille Berg left last week for Gull Lake, Minn., where »he will be employed at a resort. I For 20 Years This Association lias boon of .sorvk-e to home owners. Simple, Economist] Home Loans. Our long term home loans are available to responsible citizens to 'help them buy, build or refinance a borne. Xe renewal expense. Small monthly payments —like rent— will brin- you DtjBT FHEK Home Ownership. Algona Federal Savings & Loan Assn. Phone ~)~i IJOfj East State St. 26-E O W JLTL MINNEAPOLIS Youl «njoy ** Hotel Anduwi bccMit* ol At firnutiing oi iU room, the quiet ytt icrvic4 tendered by the tuff «nd HM iced wrvcd in dining loom tnd coHcc iXop. Fwthcnxxc, tU Aadccwi, titiuted *t 4th Sticci •t Hciwepia Avenue, U in the awfat of butinoi, tKoppiag «nd eawcatent Ktivitici. G«*s< Mtendtnl ttUt For «nd dctvcti vow cw. THEODORE. F. STEJ.UN Mrs. Carl Rath was subject of an appendix operation at the Kossuth hospital Friday afternoon. Miss Carrie Harner returnee home after helping Mrs. J. E Harner the past three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Will Beck were parents of a son born June 24. The child died shortly after birth. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Anderson of Chicago spent the week end wttr Mrs. Anderson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fosgren. Mrs. Rena Tuttle of Des Molnes and Robert Jenson of Los Angele: were Wednesday dinner guests at the Eric Erickson home. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Starr of Seattle, Washington, came Sunday for a week's visit with the J. A. Andersons at Anderson Oaks. Mildred Then-son who has com pleted a course In a beauty school at Des Molnes, is home for a visit with her parents, the O. L. Thor sons. Mrs. Geo. Pearson was called to Des Molnes Friday by serious ill ness of Art Simmons at the Veterans' hospital. Mrs. Simmons, sister of Mrs. Pearson, lives at West Bend. Mrs. John Jongberg and Mrs. Floyd Treat visited Mary Bloom at the Coleman hospital, Esthervllle, Tuesday. Miss Bloom has recovered from her appendix operation and returned home Saturday. Mrs. Oscar Berggren and Anna Larson entertained at a farewell ireakfast at the Berggren home last Tuesday. Their guests were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Starr and son, Billy of San Diego, California, who left 'or their home after visiting with relatives here. Other guests were: «r. and Mrs. Harold Starr, Seattle, Washington; Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Berggren. John Frankl Will Add New Buildings To Irvington Farm Irvlngton: John Frankl is adding more Improvements to his farm east of Irvlngton and occupied by the Wm. Champion family. Just recently a horse barn was completed being 82x40 feet. The new barn will be 84x88 feet with a large space In the center for hay. There will be cattle sheds on three sides. Bartholomew Bros, have been engaged to do the building. Birthday Dinner On Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fitch entertained at a birthday dinner honoring their daughter, Mrs. Forbus Stilts of Irvlngton and Mrs. Mrs. Ernest Raney of Rutland whose birthdays both occur on that date. Mrs. Raney's sister, Mrs. Edith Erickson of Chicago was also present. Mrs. Cleve Stewart has been ill suffering with an ear infection. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Manser were week end guests with Mr. Manser's parents near Des Molnes. The Friendly Hour Women's club of Riverdale township held their annual family picnic Thursday at the Chester Schoby home. Dinner was served at noon. Miss Barbara Plathe of Detroit, Michigan, and Mrs. Jay Rlley of Janesville, Wis., are guests at the German Plathe home. They will remain about a week. Richard Leigh recently erected a Portland Twp. C*tp&&fp&Cf > &&&&&&GFWfFCftrQ (fcEmPwUPbObP^OwbCfc CTI rvtVOWP^wO^uWOw Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Stewart vis- ted the latter's parents, Mr. and tfrs. John Prlmising, West Bend, Sunday. The Ted Rlngsdorfs visited relatives at Mapleton, Minn., Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Lanulng and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Godfredson were Sunday visitors at the Oster- •aard home, Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Sanderson visited over the Fourth at the home of the latter's parents, the K L. Dickmeyers. The new tenant of one of the I. S. McWhorter farms is Jim Walker, who formerly lived at Lucas, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Jandl, three daughters and Bobby, spent Monday ifternoon at Interlaken. The Earl, Everett, Russ, Ralph and Jim Shiplers nnd Verne Snipers visited Sunday at the Sam Ship- era near Lakota. The John and Menet Trunkhills were Monday dinner guests at the Fred Lavrenz, Burt. The George Jandls and three daughters, Fairbanks, Minn., spent he Fourth at the Tony Jandls. A birthday party was held Tuesday afternoon in honor of. Mrs. Alfred Godfredson. Notice Notice la hereby given that the lid-weft Service Company, Algona, owa. has been duly Incorporated under and pursuant to the lawn o( he State of Iowa. The i:ame of the Corporation shall e known aa the Mid-west Service 'umpuny and Ha principal place of .uslness Is at Algona. Iowa. The (funeral nature of the business s to deal In lumber, building mat- rials, paints, fuel and all other ommodltk-3 which are usually ought and sold In connec- lon with a general merchandlg- ng business, handling building mat- ilals and fuels. Also to tuy and ell at wholesale and retail, gaso- Ine«, lubricating ard cylinder olla, rrea^ses, automobile accessories, .arm and all other articles Incidental 0 the conducting of wholesale and etall automobile service stations and bulK oil stations. The authorized capital stock of aid corporation Is sixty thousand dollars (I6U.UUO). divided Into shares of one hundred dollars ($100.00) ach. .Said shares of stock shall be laid for at the time of Issue In money ir property, and If paid for in property, it must be subject to the ap- iroval of the Kxecuttve Council of owa as provided by law. The time of the commencement of juMness of said Corporation shall ,K fixed as of the date of the Issu- ince of its Certificate of Incorpora- ion by the Secretary of the State of owa and shall continue for a period if twenty years unless sooner dissolved as provided by law. The affairs of the Corporation are -j be conducted by a Board of Directors consisting of not l«s> than :hrte rior more than five persons wno nust be stockholders of the Corpora- lion which Board of Directors shall t»e chosen by the stockholders at Feir annual meeting and hold office or one year, or until their successors ate electid ar.d >|uallfied. Until the umber of the members of the Board f Director* Is changed, th&re shall >e five members on the Board of I'irecloi:i who are. as follows, to wit: .Martin Jenson, ,Sr., Itlngsted. lovvu; Kaiph Jenson, Hlngaled, iowa: Martin A. Jehson, Algona, Iowa; I.« *ter T. Jenbor, liing- .-(*•<!. Iciwa. and Veinon Jenbon, A i in*-1 roi.K. Iowa. The annual meeting (.f tht stock- iio]'K-r.- of the < 'orj.oiiit iori shall be h. id <.ii tie ti.hd Tut-.-day of Jan uary of ' ach v.-ar at the principal office- i f tr.c- < '.-I poi ation If.rated at AlKoi.a, Iowa, at lei: o'clock in the lor f-noon. Th»- aiifiUal meeting of the Directors of the Corporation bhall be held mim-.Jiatc-ly af ter the annual meeting <.r tit- *tockhol«lei b and at such m'-.-Ur.& ti.c- directors shall elect the "fru'-in of the- f'ornorutlon. The offers of the Corporation shall be a prtslder.t. vice president, secretary. ,ii..I treasurer, a:.d one person may hold more than <.ne off l< e. Until 1 i.t- tir>.t annual n..-. ting Martin Jen- M,II. Kr. KtngMid Iowa, khall be pr--hlcl.i.t: l.ert'-r T. Ji-nsor., Ulng- .-t.'il Ic.-i. a. shall >••.- vice president; Cali'h J.-I.M.II. ):li.ii-t. ,1. Iowa, Khali I.. M-creta r v at.a M;;i'in A. Jenson. Alfcona. Inwa. .si.all I;..- treasurer of .-,a (1 Corpoi at Ion. Tl.e privat. property of the stock- hol'lerh of i-ai'l <'01 uora * i on *hall bt; * \.tnpl from • "i I'orat,.- Lability cx- i ».-pt to the ».->.t'i.t and ii. the tnar.- r,»-r provided b .' *: e laws of the btate of Iowa. irijfci.—l; MA1:TI\ JENSON. SR. Pr<--lrU-nt. J:AI.Ml JKXSON, ^:,.1'8 sJe'-petary. new silo on his farm northwest of Algona. The Leigh family are planning on moving to their new home next March 1st. The Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Haupt ol Relnbeck were Monday viators at the Clarence Mawdsley home. The HaupU were enroute to visit at their farm near Rock Valley, Iowa. Mrs. George Swenson and two children of Rockford, HI., arrived at the Ben Terhune home on Sunday afternoon for a week's visit Mrs. Swenson is Mrs. Terhune's niece. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Mikktlson and son, guests at the Perry Phillips home, started on their homeward journey last Monday, making other visits at Wllmar and Minneapolis. Miss Betty Lempke and Roberta Skilling were week end guests of their parents. Both girls are attending summer school at the State Teachers College, Cedar Falls, each also has schools for teaching this fall. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Clarke of Brltt and son, Robert Clarke, stationed at Camp Dodge, were Saturday guests at the George Johnsons. Sun- Jay guests of the Johnsons were Mrs. Hugh Raney and the Ray Fitch family. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kelley and Lee Heiserodt left Wednesday for an outing. Stops will be made at Vln- :on, where they will visit the John fCelley family and also at Blalrs- >urg, where they will spend some :ime at the Wm. Curtjs home. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Abbott and 'our children of Chicago were week end guests at the Armour Lempke home, Mrs. Abbott being Mrs. Lemp ke's sister. Miss Helen Lempke accompanied the Abbott* back to Chicago on Monday and will remain for a week's visit in the city. Older resident* will recall the Wm. Hoppe family who for some years lived on tht old Alger place. The Hoppes aft now farming between Corwlth and ttanawha and Mrs. Roppe who was a sister of Mrs. Warren Plckens Is critically HI with heart trduble. The youngest son, Clarence, quite recently visited In this community. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Peters and daughter, Nancy, were visiting relatives in this vicinity the first of the week. Mrs. Peters Is better remembered here as the former Clara Button, whose father, now deceased, was owner of the Frankl store for many years. The Dutton family left Irvington many years ago to reside In Omaha. Mrs. Dutton is a sister of Mrs. Mary Mawdsley, mother of the Mawdsley brothers, local residents. Sufferers of STOMACH ULCERS o HYPERACIDITY DEFINITE RELIEF OR MONEY BACK THE WILLARD TREATMENT htt orousnt prompt* doftnltfl rwlcf ID thounndT of cam of Stimuli •* Itu^^UAAi •••••!• -* ___ *A •>••••• *>iJ MVOVfflM WHSWf QU9 TO nypVvMM* lt», and other forms of Stomach Dii- Irta due to Brcai AM. SOLO ON II DAYS TRIAL. For comntert la- A. H. BOBCHARDT GoeUch Families On 2-Week Trip Fenton: *tr. and MM. R. C. Ooetseh And Mr. and Mr*. R. A. Ooetaeh left Sunday morning tot a two weeks' sight seeing trtp out wart. They expect to visit the Roy Ruske family (former Fenton people) at Grand Lake, Colorado, and Priest River, Idaho. Mrs. Edith K»et» eral days at the home oflrtf Mrs. Bob Ward. Mrs. Ward, has been under the weaUiW tM past month and a half, Is feeling Wt» ter at present Mr. Farmer- Buy Pepsi-Cola by the case or in the Special Pepsi-Cola Bag. Enjoy Pepsi-Cola During Harvest Time at Home Your Dealer Can Supply You 27-! ANDREWS 4TH STREET AT HENNEPIN AVL Notice to Contractors I < i t l.i i-ufj;: U ui't fun ul a i m a.1 ttctt'fo] i> iiiiKi;^ in J 'i-~i i i«'i NO. 7 of ll.t .-• ; -,:.; T"\vjihhlp M l-.-tt-i Cfetk. K'.: ,'h ''uui.ty, iuwa, ^i.n] fc.00 i'. M l'.;v --'. ii*:;7, in .St. lioui Huuai- iu I-. 'ii.f No. i, it: hUM t tfWli^i.ijj. 8eL>- ..;,;'•; 1' i < 1 .- U 1 i i b t: I' C f f 1 V i.- (j I i • ]' G U n • : .1 I ' ' -11 - ! i U< I ion and H',u ! . H# nsui r, .m'.itm ail iic.ui uiijtf to pi.iho and ,.-<.;;• ,ili..j:.- \iy Thorwulti TJ.'.M .wu, /-. ' . : • • l. b'n'.-'-tst * 'it',', lowu i : i •. n.u .' he ..btaii,.-.] f(,..ju ti.«- . i • : .1. . t i-y b-.-nart-Jtr Li.j.ii/iB. ]•:,.. i. . . ••, .!. . i:,i it )••-• a- i.'jiuj.uni«"l i-'. .t. - i :.: i- 'i 'Leek tu j4 uai at it.i,- t (.-. 1 i'l-'.' i VI. 1 1 1 Clllt-r Ililu (.'Oil t lit L I ii,')«t • f •!.'.- u i'.- i i fci i i t i u j i: j v', L any or I UIN'K'Kr.. Win .il •' Sr I..X>1 'f Iowa KRESENSKY'S Old Fashioned Clearance Bargains With New Fashioned Clothes DRESSES Hundreds of dresses to choose from — cottons, , silks, nets, laces, linens, bemberg, chiffons, voiles, batistes, and many others. All new merchandise In this great Clearance Sale. Buy freely, they may be higher next time. SILK DRESSES Values to $10.00 $4.99 SILK DRESSES Values to $6.00 $2.99 LINEN DRESSES Values to $3.25 $2.69 SUITS-COATS WASH DRESSES Values to $2.98 $2.39 WHITE SUITS SUMMER COATS KNIT SUITS $8 WHITE SUITS SPRING COATS SPRING SUITS 2.99 3.99 2.99 r 4.99 8.99 3.99 HOSIERY PURE SILK KNEE LENGTH HOSIERY 39c FULL-FASHIONED PURE SILK KNEE HOSE 59c CHILDREN'S TRUE FIT ANKLETS, 25c value 19c ROLLINS BEST SILK HOSE, regular $1.00 and $1.25 89c NEW MESH HOSE $1.00 POINTED HEEL HOSE $1.00 ROLLINS SILK HOSE, CHIFFON SERVICE, KNEE, reg. 40c at...39c LAWN DRESSES Values to $1.59 $1.19 SHOES FA KIM FASHION SHOES, values to $4.00 SUMMER SANDALS, values to $2.75 NATURAL POISE SHOES, values to $5.00 ___ '. ________ NOVELTY SANDALS, values to $1.69 $2.44 $1.99 $3.44 .$1.00 Children's Sandals HOU8E X1FFEI 99c 99c HOU8E 8LIPFEBS SPOBT OXFORDS $2.19 WHIT£ SHOE DRESSING lOc, 15e, 25e, &0e White Bags Smart styles 88c White Gloves Values to $1.00 49c Silk Slip. Crepe or satin $1.00 Print Dresses for children 49c r" Satin Slips and Gowns $1,98 Girls' Slack* and Shorts 89c Sport Shirts Values to $1.00 79c Knit Slips Values to $1.98 $1.39 White Hats Values to $1.95 $1.25 Boys' Suits 'Values to |1.00 79c Child's Slacks Sizes 2 to 12 69c Dark Hats Values to $2.95 50e KRESENSKY'S

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