The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 12, 1937 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 12, 1937
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 12,1937 Glass Auto glass Replaced While you wait. We carry a complete stock of window glass Greenberg Auto Supply 36-tf SPECIPL! For FrJ. L Sat Tlg» Cell. Special 2-9* Gamble'* Lightning Wire 18 Gauge, 76 Feet Special 29* GAMBLE STORES 8UD BARNARD, Managing Partni Agencies at Britt and Garner If your pocketbook hat a tendency toward* flatness —and you'd like to ••• it more plump—you'll be interested in what this telephone user told u*. n i I was surprised co find that in ten days the telephone saved us 20 trips that amounted to 144 miles," one of our customers told us. "At only 3 cents a mile this is a saving of J4.32 or at the rate of $12.96 a month." There's an added pleasure in having the convenience, the protection and the social advantages of telephone service when you know that having a telephone tends to make your pocketbook plumper. * Every time you call • telephone number you ute tone pert of the nationwide Bell Telephone Syi- tee» that ceil «ore than four billion dollar! end employ* about 3OO,OOO per- •aai. The facilities of ihit ••tire tytteoi er* youn to command—anywhere, at any time and at low cott. NOITHWISTIIN MIL TILIPHONI COMPANY TO INSTALL NEW LUNCHROOM AND STOREATBURT Iran Hansen Plans Expansion Program at Oil Station Hurt: Ira W'. Hansen has begun- excavation of a basement for a new building to be erected near his service station one-half mile west of Hurt. The building will be 28 by 36 and will consist of a store and lunch room in the front part with four living rooms In the rear and two rooms on the second floor. The Wlese brothers and Ed Kienltz are digging the basement and W. T. Kennedy has the contract to build the house, which IB to be completed by Oct 1. Hurt Beats Fenton The Burt and Fenton ball teams played here Sunday afternoon. Burt won by a score of 14 to 2. The Frank Bahlings lost a valuable horse Monday. The D. L. McDonalds spent the week end at Lake Okoboji. Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle was on the sick list the first of the week. R. A. Blelch and W. W. Boettcher were Des Moines visitors Sunday. John Schroeder and Gardner Patterson were Ames visitors Sunday. Mrs. Laura Sewick has had the two residences here repainted recently. Lois Mann, who is wo'.-king In Fort Dodge, spent the week end at home. Ralph Jain, Elk Mound, Wis., has been working at the Mennett Trunkhill home. Evelyn Blerstedt is having a two weeks' vacation from her duties at the Smith store. D. D. Clapsaddle, Algona, spent the week end at the home of his son, Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle. The Rev. and Mrs. L. Richmann and Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Bleich went to Rochester, Minn., Monday. The Frank Bahlings and Henry Bwoldts, Algona, were Sunday dinner 'guests at the Alvin Anderson home. Bertha Daniels and Mrs, R. L. Cogdili spent Friday at the Henry Smith home helping cook for threshers. Irene Turk, Des Moines, and Mildred Turk, Clarion, spent last week Monday and Tuesday at the M. M. Chipman home. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Heaney, Mankato, Minn., spent Sunday at the J. T. Heaney home. W. J. and J. T. are brothers. Marie Carter is spending a week at the Fred Marks home at Cedar Falls, and with her brother, Raymond at Waterloo. Lloyd Elston, Gilmore City, had dental work done here Monday. Elinor and Elton accompanied him and visited Burt friends. John Carter, who has been in the CCC camp at Bancroft the past two years, is now at home and Is painting with his father. YOUR FRIEND AT MEALTIME FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, AUG. 13-14 BEEF ROASTS Inspect the roanta on display In Council Oak Markets. Shoulder roasts, sirloin roaste, and standing rib roasta. Select your favorite roast for your Sunday Dinner at 19c per pound. BEEF STEAK For an enjoyable beef steak dinner with your favorite fixings we have flank steaks, either plain or scored, and boneless sirloin steak cut thick, thin or medium. Your choice for this sale at 22c per pound. BOILING BEEF Boiling beef for the one hot dish for lunch or dinner at a special price of lie per pound. The desired meat for rice soup or to boil with vegetables. GROUND BEEF Hamburger-sandwiches with siloed onion and dill pickles for an enjoyable lunch. Fresh ground pure beef at the special *Mild Cure SUm/^&fMSAGE»>."z^" KELLOGG'S CORN FLAKES An appetite teaser at the breakfast table. Serve these crisp, golden flakes with fresh apricots or peaches covered with cream and sugar. The large package of Corn Flakes at a special price of 8c. BLUE JAY SALMOM Fraaer River Sockeye Salmon Steaks. For cold lunches you can enjoy salmon that is perfect In color, flavor and texture at our sale price of 32c for the 1 Ib. flat can. A very special price on the finest salmon obtainable. ICED TEA For that refreshing and satisfying flavor we recommend Council Oak Tea. For this sale the H Ib. green for 10c and the H Ib. orange for Z4c. Equally deelrable for hot tea. We Invite comparison of theae full flavored tea* with any other brand. TOMATO SOUP Nothing more refreshing on a hot day than a delicious plate of Campbell's Tomato Soup. Practical cooks use Campbell'* Soup as a meat garnish. Replenish your pantry supply at our special price of 7c per can. PORK & BEANS Van Camp's Pork * Beaas In tomato sauce helps avoid a lot of cooking In hot weather. Replenish your pantry supply of Van Camp's 16 o*. Pork * Beans at our special price of 6e. PRESERVES Strawberry £ Raspberry Preserves in the large 24 ox. Jar at a special price of 18c. A delicious spread for bread, hot bis- culU and to use for cake niter. HONEY KRUSHED Have you tried the recently "Improved" Honey finished Wheat Bread which lias been Tested and Approved by Good Housekeeping Bureau. Crushed wheat with honey for sweetening, is nature's aid to Improved digestion, renewed energy and tlie avoidance of constipation. COOKY SPECIAL A ta»ty number. Small, crisp, cocoanut taffy bars. Oeylon Macaroon Cocoanut is responsible for the delicious taste. A special price of 2 pounds for tie. WAXTEX A heavy waxed paper for protecting foods. For this sale the 123 foot roll with cutter at a special price of Me. "RED BAG" COFFEE Rich, smooth, full bodied coffee to suit your taste and purse. Ground as you buy it to fit your method of making coffee. The pound bag f or Uo or 8 pounds for Mo for ttUs sale. HASKIN'S SOAP SPECIAL Hasklns Hardwater Castile la an «"rHti-nt <ntM and Hth soap. A ipecial price of ie per cake. Blue Barrel Petrotoae in fete original i Ib. tmt priced tor this sale it* I b«ra to. Uc. THRESHING REPORTS SAY 60 BU. TO ACRE IN SWEA CITY VICINITY Mr. and Mrs. Enos Wrede were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Wrede's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Krause at Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Sewick went to Elk Mound, Wis., Friday to visit old friends a few days. The Sew- icks formerly lived at Elk Mound. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Coffin, Milwaukee, W|s., visited Sunday at the C. S. Coffin home. They are also visiting her parents at Buffalo Center. The Art Fandels accompanied Mr. Fandel's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Fandel, Whittemore, to a church picnic at Lizard Church near Gilmore City. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Burckle. Webster City, spent the week end at the J. H. Graham home. Mrs. Graham went home with them for a week's visit. George Schenck, Los Angeles, California, Is expected here Thursday for a short visit. He came east for a new car. He is a son- in-law of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Paine. Paul Moore and son, Robert and his daughter, Pauline, went to Bode recently for a visit with the Leonard Schmidt family. The Schmidt home is still quarantined for scarlet fever. The J. C. Kimm family, Northwood, and Mrs. Kimm's mother, Mrs. Primrose and granddaughter, Norway, and Dale Kennedy, of Mason City, spent Sunday at the W. T. Kennedy home. The Edwin Hawks, Spirit Lake, visited Monday at the Herman Neitzel home. They came to say goodbye to Burt relatives, before go- Ing to Washington, where they expect to make their home. Ruth Hodgson took the Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Doms and Rev. Doms' two sisters, who were visiting here, to West Bend to see the grotto last week Wednesday. The sisters returned to their homes at Henry and Watertown, S. D., Monday. Mrs. Frank Mann left Saturday for her home at Van Nuys, California, after spending about ten days here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stahl. She was called here by the illness of her aged father, who is somewhat im proved. The Rev. and Mrs. Frank Barslou. Maquoketa. were week end visitors at the Will Ringsdorf home. Rev. Barslou came to make arrangements for the funeral of his mother, who died in Pennsylvania and who was brought to Bancroft for burial. Funeral services were on Tuesday. Mrs. Frank Potter, Sioux City, visited Mrs. F. L. Pratt Saturday. On Sunday, Mrs. H. G. Schunck, son Henry and daughter. Betty and Sherman Potter, also of Sioux City, called at the Pratt home. They are Mrs. Pratt's aunt and cousins and were here to attend the Potter reunion at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Isenberger and their daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heagle, Stanley, Wis., and Paul Isenberger and daughter, Donna Lou and son, Allen, Oilman, Wis., spent the week and at the J. O. Xse&berger IftSir^On MhSay the Net* and Cecil Godfredsons. Swea City, and the Walter Klamps, Algona, were also guests at the Isenberger home. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Stow and L. R. Daniels and Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Phelps, Titonka, will go to Smithland Friday to attend the wedding of Willis C. Phelps a/id Verna Brown, which will take place at her home in Smithland Friday evening. The young couple will be at home after Sept. 1, at Denver, Col., where Willis will continue his studies and will have a preaching charge. Even Farms Hit By Hail Running 30 Bushels To Acre Swen City: Threshing is being completed this week on most farms in this region. The weather has held favorable for the past two weeks and no t\mc has been lost because of rain. Yields are running as high as 60 bushels per acre on many fields. Even on the farms which experienced severe damage by hail early in June, the harvest Is yielding 30 bushels per acre. Corn is looking fine, but rain ia badly needed, there having been none for over a month. Pastor, 83, In Pulpit Rev. J. A. Caldwell, 82-year-old retired minister from the Baptist Old Pepole's Home at Winnebngo, Minn., preached at the Baptist church here last Sunday in the absence of the pastor, Rev. R. P. Bronleewe, who Is in Oregon on his vacation. The congregation enjoyed Rev. Caldwell's sermons. Going to Fenton School Edith Dahl, who taught in district No. 5 in Swea township last year, has signed a contract to teach first and second grades in Fenton this fall. Peter Looft, 77 Peter Looft celebrated his 77th birthday Sunday and 33 relatives came in for picnic dinner. Amanda Looft returned to Renwick with her sister's family, the Fred Ras- mussens, and will spend a week or ten days with them. Seneca Mixers Mix At Lee Residence Senecn: The Modern Mixer Club met at the home of Mrs. Elmer Lee Wednesday afternoon. Games and contests furnished the entertainment of the afternoon with Mrs. R. J. Campbell. Ruby Paulsen and Mrs. Irvin Classen winning the prizes. Mrs. Albin Nelson nnd her daughter, Francis, were the club guests. Mr. and Mrs. Andres Pederson and family spent Sunday at the Ole R«vn home. lone Bollig helped her sister. Mrs. John Metzger of near Algona cook for threshers Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson of Fort Dodge spent Sunday at the parental Carl Petersen home. Jim Richards of Spirit Lake Is spending several weeks visiting at the home of his son Howard and family. Mrs. Cecil Bailey Is on the sick list suffering from a cnse of yellow jaundice. She is in the Whittemore hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Tom St. John and sons attended the Christensen family reunion at Eldora Sunday. Bud Paulsen did their chores. Mr. nnd Mrs. Elmer Hoeck and son of LeMars spent the past week end at the home of the former's brother. Harley Hoeck and family. Mrs. P. M. Barslou Rites Held Tuesday In Bancroft Church Bancroft: Funeral services were tield in Bancroft Tuesday for Mrs. P. M. Barslou who passed away on Aug. 6 at the home of her daughter in Pittsburgh, Pa. Laura Ann Fasgate Barslou was born Oct 18, 1841, in Amsterdam, New York. She was married to Peter M. Barslou in 1860 at Newark, 111. The deceased lived in the following places before she came to Bancroft in 1888: Kendall county, 111., I860; Jackson county, Iowa, Adell, 111., Burt, Iowa, 1874. She went to Pittsburgh to live in 1929. She was a resident of Kossuth county since 1874. Funeral services were held at the home of Mrs. Chas Fox, a granddaughter, at two o'clock and at the Baptist church at 2:30 with the Rev. J. L. Potter officiating. Mrs. Barslou was a member of the Unitar- an church. The pall beabers were: J. H. Sheridan, J. J. Sherman, Chas. Hansen, John Clement, Joseph Sand- chulte and Henry Thies. Out of town relatives attending he funeral were: Rev. G. F. Barslou, Maquoketa, Iowa; Mrs. L. A. Barslou of Swea City; Mrs. J. H. "leming of Tuisa. Oklahoma; Mrs. H. W. Smith, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Mrs. ~i. C. Fisher of Evanston, 111. She is also survived by another daughter. Mrs. Edah B. Arthur of Hollywood, California, and 24 grandchildren. Her husband preceded her in death in 11)22. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hood arid daughter, Coleen, of Livermore, vis- ted at the W. J. Hood residence on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. John Cody of Minneapolis visited Sunday at the W. J. Hood home. Mr. Cody is a nephew of Mrs. Hood. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kollasch and family of St. Paul visited over the week end at the home of Mr. Kol- iaach's father, Chas. Kollasch. Harry Roberson of Carson vis- ed friends here Sunday enroute to ^ake Okoboji for a vacation. Harry formerly managed the Dream- and Theatre here. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Baker and 'amily moved to Sioux City Sun- Uiy, where Mr. Baker i* employed, j ie formerly managed the Kennedy Jros. department store here. Mrs. J. A. Deviue and family left '.or Detroit, Michigan, Monday where they will visit at the home of Mrs. Devine's siUer, Mrs. Ed liggins. They also plan to visit at Sigouruey, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Bolin of Algona visited friends here last Sunday. Mrs. Sylvia Lanning of Algona visited Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Walter G. Smith. Gail Kesler of Minneapolis spent last Sunday with his parents, Mr and Mrs. Chas. Kesler. Grace Berg, bookkeeper at the Gamble store in Algona, spent last Sunday with her parents, the A. G Bergs. The annual picnic of the Baptisl Ladies Guild will be held August 13, at Reynold's Park. Mrs. Jennie McCrary is in charge. The Peter Loofts and Peter Ehlers enjoyed a visit from an ok schoolmate. Mr. Carson and his wife of Chicago, last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Peterson anci daughters, Arlene and Arzelle left last Saturday for a few days' vacation at various parts in Minnesota The newly remodeled Iowa Theatre re-opened Sunday night after having been closed for a month during the completion of the renovating. Mr. and Mrs. Walter McCrary visited last Sunday with his moth' er, Mrs. Jennie McCrary. Walter is commercial Instructor In the Buffalo Center high school. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hoeck ant son, Jimmy were here from LeMar lost week, visiting relatives In Swea City and Seneca. The Hoecks, who formerly farmed in Seneca town ship, are operating a hotel at Le- Mars. Cashier A. J. Bilsborough of the local branch of the Ledyard bank is in Sioux Falls for medical treatment. Mrs. Bilsborough expects to join him this week. C. F. Berggren is assisting in the bank during Mr. Bilsborough's absence. Olive and Glenn Croslcy were here from Ames last Sunday, visiting reatives and friends. Their parents, the Henry Crosaleys, formerly operated the hotel here and are now managing a rooming house at Ames, while Olive holds a secretarial position with a law firm there. Rectal Diseases Varicose Veins and Rupture I use the ambulant method in treating theae 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 on 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. 8. W. Meyer, D. 0. GENERAL HOSPITAL Algona, Iowa 21-tf FARMERS Have you kept In touch with the poultry prices? If not, call us now and Inquire. Top prices are being paid for Poultry, Cream and Eggs. We are glad to serve you. Pick-up Service to Your Door. Algona Produce Phone B Algonn You Have Been Waiting for this We have Made A Big Special Buy on Norge Rollator Refrigerators 5MCu. ft $149.50 6><Cu. ft. $169.50 7MCu.ft. $189.50 The Lowest Prices We Have Ever Quoted SEE THEM TODAY AT RICHARDSON'S FURNITURE COMPANY pllllllllll!ll!!!ll!l!lllllllllll!lll!IIIIIW • • • I New Fall Suits ANNOUNCEMENT MONEY For You $50.00 and up for any worthy purpose We have now available a MONEY CREDIT SERVICE whereby we can •issist you with your financial problems. Cash advanced to both married and single persons on your own security and signature, which can be repaid in small monthly installments. Your furniture, auto and livestock may be used as security. We will be glad to talk with you (confidentially of course) about arranging a loan to meet your need*. P. J. KOHLHAAS See Us For Lowest Rates on New or Used Cars — at — Zcnder Caldwell This Week If two heads are better than one, this display of Fall apparel for men should be a four star feature for it represents the best fashion gray matter in the nation. We talked to every Important style manufacturer in every Important style center before we got ready to talk with you . . . and now, with the gorgeous merchandise here and ready, we say See These New NEW FALL SUITS — at — Zender & Caldwell's this week 22.50 24.50 29.50 NEW SHOES 2.95 3.95 4.95 NEW FALL HATS 2.95 3.50 4.00 NEW SHIRTS 1.00 1.65 1.95 NEW TIES .50 .75 1.00 1.50 Zender & Caldwell CLOTHING AND SHOES I

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