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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 19, 1937
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 19,1937 'Many at Lu Verne Now On Vacations Lu Verne: There are many Lu- Verne are vacationing Mi ^ drawing near. Howard WteClellan and De- £«JUchty went to Lake Okobojl Saturday for a vacation. Virginia Lichty la visiting at the Jds Zwie- fels, Corwlth. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Huff and Jr. and Mrs. Lena Stauffacher left Sunday morning for a few days In Monroe, Wis., and Chicago. Mrs. Emma Guy accompanied her sister, Mrs. Wm. Normander Colfajc, to Streator, 111,, for the week end. Florence Hlnz is spending the week In Des Moines. E. D. patents, Mr. and , . att at Waverly over Sunday and Dora Sankey and HeU en Kruecher were at Curly, Minn. The Toohey families drove to Arnolds Park Sunday to get Marjorie Toohey, Des Moines, who has been visiting there. The John Jacksons spent the day at Emmetsburg. School Conference A school conference will be held in Algona, Sept. 20, for school men and women from Kossuth and four or five other counties, It has been announced, under the supervision of the state department of public instruction. Reva Clapsaddle of Mason City is taking the place of Delia Welter as stenographer in the office of Van Ness & Stillman, attorneys. miD-RftfiST FOOD SUE You A Bump*, Crop of Valirat Th!« Beautiful 7 Piece Coronation DESSERT SET and 6 pkgs. Jack Sprat Jf jfo W*7 A Friday* Saturday AUGUST 20.21 Gelatin Dessert ^ AUGUST 49 Mayflower Sweet, new crop, No. 2 can Jack Sprat American 2 Ib box Jlersliey's Choc flavored 16 oz. tin Cheese Syrup Jars Ma T' s Bcs , t *"•* quarts, per eloz. Tomatoes Navy Beans Coffee Mayflower, No. 2 cans, special at Choice hand picked, 2 pound for Jack Sprat, 1 Ib. vacuum tin at lOc 53c lOc 75c lOc 19c 25c Anderson's JACK SPRAT FOOD STORE Phone 346 Free Deliver)-, Prompt Service Phone 840 -Advance Fall Showing of the New South Bend De Luxe Ranges 10 Of The Many Exclusive Features In The New Model South Bend Ranges I 1. Entirely new, has both pouch feed and lift top-plate combined; the only range having this great advantage. 2. Easy action, wide-opening lift-top-plate (patented). Opens 8 inches to admit large chunks, or 5' for coal or medium wood 8. Patented Bower-Barff rust resisting dark finish. 4. Sliding direct draft damper can be used to better regulate oven heat, save fuel, improve baking and general operation. 5. Large cast double reservoir lids. Copper tank holds eight gallons—lifts out for canning or cleaning. 6. Fire linings and grates weigh 110 Ib*. —heaviest fire box built. Back lining extra thick with hot blast vents to burn the gases in the smoke. 7. Air chambers behind all fire box linings to cool and preserve them—another reason for South Bend's wonderful durability. 8. Doors are solid ont piece castings with no sheet metal panels. No crevices to catch dirt. Oven duor has porcelain steel lining and new type chromium heat indicator. 9. Oven >14-gauge steel, porcelain coated inside and aut, with 10-gauge bottom strengthening plate. Has patented lack joint construction—the tightest oven built, a wonderful baker. M. Exclusive new lock joint construction used on range body and oven, a new patented idea and tlia tightest construction known In range building. Now Ou Display At Kohlhaas & Spilles HABDWARE LOCXLINOTES Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Chamberlain and Verne Atwood of Spencer were week end guests at the O.' S. Lindsay home here. Martin Jergensen of Waterloo In visiting his sisters, Mrs. Walter Dale, Mrs. Bill Muckey and Mrs Jim Murray this week. He was a former Algona resident. Mrs. Charles Roupe and granddaughter, Donna Jean Phillips drove to Mason City Sunday for e week's visit with the former's daughter, Mrs. John Witwer. Lyle Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Anderson took Marjorie Eaton to Cherokee to visit the latter's parents, Tuesday and Wednesday. Marjorie is employed at Anderson's cafe. Lewis Humphrey, Mrs. Mae Humphrey of Monona, Mrs. Ragen and daughter of Oyster Bay, New York and Mr. and Mrs. Allan Ryan of Madison, Wisconsin, were weekend guests of Mrs. Catherine Vaughan. Dr. and Mrs. R. H. Thompson and family, the former's mother, Mrs. Louise Thompson of Burt and Chris and Carrie Wernert were entertained informally Friday evening at the I. Wernert home in honor of their son, Dr. and Mrs. I. J. Wernert. Nelle Manning has returned from a two weeks' vacation spent at New Virginia, visiting at the home of Senator and Mrs. Wm. S. Beardsley, the latter a sister, and with her mother, Mrs. H. I. Manning at Burlington, Iowa. Miss Manning Is employed at the General hospital. Anna Nelson, daughter of Mrs. Alma Nelson, will arrive home this week-end from Chadron, Nebraska, where she has been teaching summer school at the State Teachers' College. She will spend a few weeks' vacation with her mother, before returning to her teaching duties. Emma Johnson from Hurley, New Mexico, and her mother, Mrs. H. E. Johnson, left Wednesday noon for Sioux Falls, South Dakota, after spending two days visiting at the Stanley Johnson home. Mrs. Johnson is returning home after several months visiting her children in Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ward and children, Billy and Alice Irene of Marysvllle. Missouri, visited at the Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Evans home Monday. Mrs. Ward is a niece of Mrs. Evans. The Wards are enjoying a vacation trip at Okoboji, and part of their time was spent at Leech Lake, Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Van Alstyne and Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Anderson, the latter of Elmore, Minnesota, left Sunday for a week's vacation in Duluth, Winnebigoshish and Fergus Falls, Minnesota, where they will visit relatives. Mr. Van Alstyne, who is a member of the city police force, Is taking his first vacation in seven years. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Norton from Lawton, Iowa, arrived Tuesday and will stay until Sunday visiting at the home of Mr. Norton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Norton. Mr. and Mrs. Norton have been spending the summer at Whi home --..aj..v -XJUTO TS"TO'fi1«^»cb?ooi"princIp^r Bernlce Norton left today (Than day) for Bremerton. Washington for a two weeks' visit with her sis ters, Mrs. R. E. Loss and Mrs Frank Capp. She will leave on September 4, for Ketchikan, Alaska, and will teach third grade in the school there. Bernice has been with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Norton here in Algona. Mrs. Gene Wruy hits bren In the Northwestern hospital at Minneapolis for a week. She had a bone infection in the middle finger of her right hand and the infection was so serious that it was necessary to amputate the finger. She is reported to be recovering nicely. Mr. Wray has gone to Minneapolis today (Thursday) to be with his wife. Lulu M. Evans, who Is a guest of Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Evans this week, will return to Washington, D. C. Friday night after a two weeks' vacation. She is employed at the Internal Revenue Department there. She spent the first week Gertrude Nelson, daughter of Mrs. Alma Nelson, spent the weekend visiting friends in Albert City. Mrs. John Dutton Is 111 and has been confined to her bed for a week. Rev. George Koch of Garner vls- Ited with Rev. P. J. Braner last week Thursday. Grandpa Ferdinand Ramm, 97, who has been seriously ill this summer, is improving again. Charlie Walker, who has been seriously ill for the past several days Is slightly improved at this writing. Mrs. L. C. Puth, Mrs. Otto Flsk and Mrs. John Naeve, all from Gilmore City were callers in Algona Tuesday of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Genrlch took Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nolle to St. Peter, Minnesota, Sunday, where the Noltea will visit relatives of Mrs. Nolle. Mr. and .Mrs. J. W. Haggard and their visitors, Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Moore from San Antonio. Texas, spent Sunday in Clear Lake and Mason City. Max Reldy drove to St. Louis last week and brought his sister, Mrs. Charles L. Bryant and daughter. Kay, back with him for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Reidy. Mr. and Mr*, P. J. Grelner and daughter, Norrlne and Mildred Pratt left Monday and will visit relatives of Mrs. Greiner at Green Bay and Milwaukee, returning on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Norman drove to Omaha, Saturday to bring back their daughter, Marilyn, who was visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Anders Anderson and an aunt, Mrs. Beda Carson for a month. Fred Lavrenz will make his home with his daughter, Mrs. John Dutton. He has rented his home on North Colby street to Mr. and Mrs. John Andrews. Mr. Andrews is a contractor in the employ of H. R. Cowan. Meryl Voeman left for Denver Tuesday and will travel with win uncle who sells women's ready-to- wear. He has spent the past few weeks vacationing nt the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Yoeman. Mrs. Walter Weisbrod of Fenton nnd her daughter, Ruth, spent Tuesday with the former's mother, Mrs. J. C. Kresensky. Mrs. Weisbrod returned to her home, and Ruth will visit at the Kresensky home for a few days. '"Mickey" McGuIrn returned to her home in Des Moines after a week's visit with her friend, Gertrude Zender. Both girls are students at Clarke College In Dubuque. The girls were members of a house party at Clear Lake last week. Dr. and Mrs. J. I. Wernert left Monday for their home at Niagara Falls, New York. They were guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Enos Wernert here for two weeks. Dr. Wernert is a professor of chemistry at the Niagara University. Mr. and MM. Frahn Sehulze returned to ttuk hotno Tne«d»y »t Mary Dunn suffered a stroke, Saturday, and is now in the Kossuth hospital. Boh Spencer Is having a weekV vacation. He is employed by Kohlhaas & Spilles hardware. Mrs. Howard PIntt, bookkeeper at the Kent Motor Company, is confined to her bed with illness. Dr. Arlo Adams of Des Moine« was a week end guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sorensen. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hargrcavrs and children spent the week-end vacationing at Spring Lake, Minnesota. Elaine Hllsteadt, bookkeeper In the Botsford Lumber Company offices, is spending a week's vacation at home. Mrs. Evart Eyres and son, Phil of LeMars, is visiting the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Bergfield, this week. Mr*. Tlllle Olsen, name, I* taking the place of Mrs. Ira Kohl in Dr. C. H. Cretzmeyer's office. Mrs. Kohl has resigned. Esther Townsend of Iowa Falls Is visiting at the Clarence Stewart home this week. She is a cousin of Mrs. Stewart. Mr. and Mrs. V. C. SlmUleworth and son, Billy of Cedar Rapids will be house guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Hutchison this weekend. Mrs. O. W. Erickson, Mrs. Russell Cook nnd Mrs. Harry Hargreaves drove to Emmetsburg. Wednesday, to visit at the home of Mrs. W. D. Howie. Mr. nnd Mrs. Martin Carlson and family of Ogden were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Clapsaddle. The two women are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Berrle and son, David of Mason City were guests during the week end at the home of Mrs. Berrle's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Barry. Dorothy Ward, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ward, is visiting relatives at Iowa City this week, and making arrangements to enter the University of Iowa this fall. Bridget Gaffnpy, nurse, began working in the office of Dr. John Kenefiick, Monday morning. Shn has been employed by the Kossuth hospital for the past eight years. Mr. and Airs. Everett Anderson left Monday evening for St. Louis, Missouri, where they will visit until the latter part of this week with Harold Gust, brother-in-law of Everett. Eileen Aman, daughter of Mrs. Jessie Aman, will return from Champaign, Illinois, Sunday, where she has been visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. Lawson Reed, for the past month. Marilyn Tlerney spent the past week visiting her grandmother, Mrs. George Holtzbauer. Marilyn is spending the summer with her cousin, Mrs. Elmer Peterson at Titonka. Her home is in Mason City. "Skimmer" Miller arrived from Oklahoma City Sunday for a two weeks' visit with Dr. and Mrs. P. V. Janse, and will take his wife and baby son home with him. Mrs. Miller, the former Beth Janse and little son have been visiting here for several weeks. Smith drove to « |f."\?, notoe of Mr - "id Mrs 2°? Hutchison. Joan and Nanc Hutchison accompanied them. Mr and Mrs. Sehulze are Mrs. Hutch ison s parents. Mrs. H. L. Gllmorr and children Mary Louise and Edwin returnee Saturday from a week's vacation trip spent at Longville, Minnesota Mrs. Gilmore and Mary Louise met Edwin in Minneapolis after he had been at Camp Miller near Duluth for two weeks. Miss Minnie Conte, .Mrs. W. K Ferguson, Mrs. Helmuth Miller! of her vacation visiting relatives In Oklahoma and Missouri. Dr. Kvans and Miss Evans are brother and sister. Dr. Arlo Adams, who recently moved td Des Moines, came to Algona the other day and before he went home had disposed of his Algona residence to D. D. Monlux, the railway mail clerk, who bought the property as an investment. The house has been occupied by Oliver Reiley, the secretary of the Chamber of Commerce, who Is now looking for a furnished house. Marcus Bluth of Grey Eagle, Minnesota, came Saturday for a visit at the John and Matt Lamuth homes. He is a brother-in-law. Mr. Bluth's son, Richard and his wife and the latter's parents drove down and returned home Sunday. Mr. Bluth, John and Matt Lamuth, left Tuesday in the latters car, for points in south and eastern Iowa, their old home, for a few days' visit. Rev. and Mrs. M. C. Campbell, ormer being pastor of the Nuzarene hurch, will go to Ottumwa this year after the annual meeting of he Iowa district assembly to begin t Webster City next week Wednes- uy. Delegates and officers to go o the assembly are E. N. Taylor, C. R. McVeigh, Lavinu Blanchard,' Mrs. Gail Towne and Mrs. E. Bian- churd. Rev. Campbell will preach his farewell sermon, Sunday. The church members voted a unanimous call for his return. There have been $600 worth of improvements put into the church in the past yeur. We recevieU the following information in a news release from Omaha Nebraska. Dr. and Mrs. J. O. F Price are attending the National convention of the American Veterinary National Association which is being held in Omaha, August 17 to 20. Three thousand persons registered for the convention. Special features of the convention include the awarding of International Veterinary Congress prize to the member making the greatest contribution to veterinary science, several alumni meetings, a polo game between delegates and the Omaha Polo club and a special showing of the famed Ak-Sar-Ben show. Friday a clinic on animal diseases will be held in the Ak-Sar-Ben coliseum with ailments of horses, cattle swine, sheep, poultry and small an- imala stressed. and Mrs. E. J. Murtagh drove to Burt Wednesday afternoon to attend a one o'clock luncheon given by Mrs. AI Staehle in honor of her daughter, Mrs. Marjorie Sauerman of Sigourney, Iowa. Esther Huber of I.os Angeleg and her mother, Mrs. Huber of Atlantic were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Meidke. Mrs. Meldke took them to Mason City, Monday and from there she went on to Moline to visit a week with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Giles and other been taking treatments and ha been there during the past eieh weeks. He will be home for a few weeks before returning to Iowa City for more treatments. Mr. and Mrs. Arnie Horsford took the latter's mother. Mrs. Andrew Andsrson and daughter, Carol And erson, to Britt, Saturday night vvncre they returned by train to their home at Minneapolis. Thc> had been guests of Mr. and Mrs Horsford for a week. Kev. M. Fucrstcimu IN buck again to make his permanent home in Algona. He has .spent the past seven years living in Watertown, Wisconsin, but making a regular visit to Algona each summer. Ho was a former pastor of the Lutheran church at Lotts Creek. relatives and friends. A card from Theo. Chrtechlllett and his family received Monday from Waterton Park, Alberta, Canada, Indicates that they are enjoying a ten-day vacation trip through South Dakota, Wyoming, Montana and Canada. "Chris" said that they were spending a day or so In Canada to show "the boys some new sights. NEW LOCATION Under la. State Bank Our business is to improve your looks. Shilts Bros. Barber Shop 33* Mr*. H. I,. Hncnk nnd son, Eugene, spent Sunday nt Emmetsburg visiting; Mrs. Hoenk's mother, Mrs. Joe Martini. Harriet Smith, Hugh and Mary Black and Wayne Smith and Mnry Runchey drove to Des Moines Sunday. Harriet started a commercial course at the A. I. B. Commercial college and the others spent the day visiting Pauline Black who is taking up beauty work. H. L. Hornk and H. W. Bprkcr left Monday to drive a new Oldsmobile to a party at Duluth. and from there went up Into northern Minnesota to spend a few days fishing. Mr. Hoenk is the proprietor of the Hoenk Motor Service and Mr. Becker is an insurance salesman. Mr. and Mrs. A. Reynolds of Ellsworth were guests Thursday and Friday of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Amunson. They had been to Peterson attending the Old Settlers' Picnic. Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds are Mrs. Amunson's parents. They took Mary Amunson home with them for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cronan will drive to Cedar Falls, Friday, to bring their daughter. Opal home for a two weeks' vacation. Opal has been attending a summer school term at the Iowa State Teachers' College. After two weeks with her parents, Opal will leave for Elmhurst to resume her teaching duties. Cards received by friends of Mr. and Mis. Fred Parks announce that the Parks will return to Algona this week end after a two weeks' trip to Denver and Yellowstone. Mr. and Mrs. Pa'ks are caretakers on the county farm. They were accompanied on their trip by relatives from Cedar Rapids. Camilla Relbhoff arrived Thursday of last week from Minneapolis for a vacation with her mother, Mrs. Flora Reibhoff and other relatives. Camilla is a registered nurse, having finished training and received her diploma from the St. Andrews hospital, August 15. She will return to Minneapolis, Saturday, and take up duties at the hospital as a nurse. Mr. and Mrs. John Haggard returned Friday from a vacation trip. Mrn. Hnggard'had been visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Thurston nt Virginia, Minnesota, for three weeks, and John had been on a fishing trip nt Court Oreillcs, Wisconsin, and drove from there to Virginia to bring home his wife. They visited their friends. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Simon at Lake Mantrap, Minnesota, on their return trip. IOWA. Two Features 21c GET THE IOWA HABIT (Re-Issue) CLARK GABLE WILLIAM POWELL MYRNA LOY> MANHATTAN MfLODRAMA w,lh I HO CARRIUO •NAT PENDUTON . ISABEL IEWEU —COMPANION FEATURE— Jane Wyman 'PUBLIC WEDDING Tuesday, Aug. 24 Extended Run Hold Over Price* I0c-S6c Jfr». W. R. Lnlrrt nnd dntighfrr, Betty, returned to their homo Mon- dny nfter a ten day vacation trip. They nrrompanird Mr. nnd Mrs. A. D. Ives of Des Moines on n trip to Colorado Springs and Denver Dirk Godfrey, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. George Godfrey of Ames, is visiting his grandmother, Mrs. W. H. Godfrey. Dick recently returned from Washington. D. C.. where he had been attending the National Boy Scout Week. George Godfrey Is the asistant to the president of the Iowa State College at Ames. Mr. nnd Mrs. R. H. Ri*linp nnd son, Billy, of Superior, Wisconsin, arrived Wednesday evening for a visit with the formers brother and wife. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. A. Bishop. Saturday the two families will RO to Rowley to visit the men's mother, Mrs. Margaret Bishop, who is spending the summer visiting at the home of her son, John Bishop. Ruth Bishop, who has been working in the Department of Education nt Iowa City will meet their, 'bore and return for n visit at the A. A. Sufferers of STOMACH ULCERS < 0 HYPERACIDITY DEFINITE RELIEF OR MONEY BACK THE WIU.ARD TREATMENT tl» brought prompt, definite relief In thousands of casoi at Stonuth and Duodtnri U1e«n. duo to Hyperacidity, and other forms of Stomath Dit- trens due to Errru Arl<t. (OLD ON U DAYS TRIAL. For complete Information, read "Wniard'i MtMan •f •MM.'* Ask for lt-fr»»-»» t A. II. BORCHARDT Bishop home. She has received her master's degree, and will teach this year in Iowa City. DANGER AHEAD for those motorists who are content to coat their engines with carbon by using "any" gasoline or motor oil—be safe, come to Johnson D-X SERVICE STATION State & Moore Your ChildrenWant And Here It Is ... in trie Latest FALL SHOES ^ ouno-.ster.s have a taste fur smart l»okin»- things too. And that's only one of the many reasons why tliov'Jl Hke these handsomely des- itfiK'd oxfords and "strap models for fall. They'll retain their looks through days of constant wear, and they provide all the comfort and support so necessary for young children. All Styles for Boys, Girls to $4.00 Kresensky's BACK-TO-SCHOOL in Smart WARM Cloth^ After an Excursion to Our Children's Shop A happy trip for mothers and tots alike. All the attractive little clothes the vouno- sters need for schooUre HERE . . . mad°e with an eye to sturdiness . . . and priced inexpensively. BRIGHT PRINT DRESSES 1.00 & 1,98 Exciting New Styles Hai .s solid* g-lit smart neatly tailored, crisply triiu- mtd. (j to !:>. ALL WOOL COATS $5.95 Navy, Brown, Green Wine—Gray Tweeds and luuH't- times in princess or reefer styles. Warmly interline* I. KRESENSKY'S

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