The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 16, 1937 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 16, 1937
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The Algona Upper Pea Moines,AJgona, lam, Sept. 16,1937 Wottwn'n Ctah— The Algona Woman's club will begin thfclr y*ar with a one o'clock luncheon and business meeting In the dining room of Hotel Algona, Friday. Reservations have been made for 150 women from Algona and the other towns In the county. The meeting will be opened with the group singing "America thS Beatulful", accompanied by the piano and three cornets. Mrs. H. C. Houghton of Red Oak, past president of the Iowa Federation of Woman's club will be here to speak. D. A. R. Luncheon— Mrs. A. U Long was hostess at a one o'clock luncheon to the members of the D. A. R. (Daughters of the American Revolution! at the Long residence, Tuesday afternoon, 'mere were 24 members present, and the hostess was assisted by Mrs. Claire Anderson, Mrs! Ella Laird, and Mrs. Emma Cosgrove. The first business meeting of the year was held and Miss Minnie Coate gave a travelouge about her trip through the New England States this summer. E. T. W. Club— The E. T. W. bridge club me With Mrs. Henry Bruns, Wednesda afternoon. There were eight pros ent High score prize was received by Mrs. Meda Rcdfleld. The trav el prize was received hy Mrs. Medn Redfleld. The travel prize wen to Mrs. George Mfthoney. and Mrs R. W. Roeder received the consol ation prize. Mrs. Gordon Kuhn \vn a guest. A dessert was served lati in the afternoon. Watanye Club— Fourteen members of the Watan ye club met at the Blue Room at the Hotel Algona. Tuesday, at the op ening meeting of the year, preced ed by a 6:30 dinner. An important business meeting was held in which plans were made for the group dur ing the winter. Miss Catherine Kain of Washington. D. C.. was a guest Eany Ace Bridge Club— The Easy Ace bridge club members were entertained Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. Chris Wallukail honoring Mrs. F. J. Laing. Eight guests were present at bridge. First prize was won by the honoree, sec- A New Shipment of Our Daffodil Wash Dresses Fall Shades size 14 to 52 fast colors 69c Xew Pall Prints best quality 22c, •yd. SPECIAL Cotton Carpet Warp 4 ply, Ho() yds. all colors 39c HAWCOTT & OGG Algona Bride The marriage of Madonna Quinn. above, daughter of Mrs. Mary Quinn of Algona. to Roland W. White of Iowa Falls, took place last week Wednesday nt the St. Cecelia's rectory, the Rev. Father Ahmann officiating. After a short wedding trip the couple will be at home in Des Moines where Mr. White will enter the Drake University this fall. The hride is a graduate of the Algona high school and attended the University of Iowa one year where she became a member of the Kappa Alpha Theta sorority. She also attended the Iowa State Teachers' college and the past two years has been employed here. (Cut courtesy Mason City Globe-Gazette). About Town Says ond prize by Mrs. Roy Woolridge. •\nd Mrs \Vm. Geering rereived the ravel prize. A dessert was served 'dip Hour Club- Mrs. D. D. Monlux was hostess to he members of her Idle Hour iridge club at a one o'clock luncheon. Wednesday afternoon. There were three tables of bridge follow- ine the luncheon. Mr?. S. B. French and Mrs. George guests of the chib. St. John were Beta Siema Phi — The first meeting of the new year for the members of the Beta Sigma Phi. the business girls' sorority, will be held at the home of Helen Corey Thursday evening 'tonight). A -V- Sorensen's and Saturday < 1 pkg. Jell O Chocolate Pudding ___lc with 13 pkgs. Jell-0 18c ' All 4 for 19c Comb Honey 2 cakes 25c Pumpkin, No. 2 size 3 cans 26c Cracker Jack __3 pkgs. 13c Peas and Carrots, No. 2 size can 3 for 25c Lima Beans, No. 2 size can 3 for 25c Fireplace Flour 49 Ib. bag $1.69 5 bag lots $1.64 A REAL TREAT iu;h1 at the Fair will In- ivadv business meeting will by light refreshments. be followed Informal T The Congregational church will have an informal tea, Sunday, September 19. at seven o'clock at the church. The honored guests will be the teachers in the Algona public schools. All members of the church are invited. Royal Neighbor*— Members of the Royal Neighbor lodge will meet Thursday, September 23, at 7:30 p. m. at the Uegion hall. All members are requested to be present. Crochet Club- Mrs. Helen Dickinson entertained the members of her crochet club at her home, Wednesday aft- CHARLES WALKER FUNERALSUNDAY The post office boy* should know their patrons and treat them ac cordingly. Some little men mus stand on their toes to reach am unlock the new boxes while tal fellows find it hard to stoop fo theirs. * * * A home town man with a bis business on State street shouU have his out of town purchases sen via express and wrapped in plain paper. In that manner too many wouldn't know but what he was supporting his own community. A least, not so much advertising as a big truck from Des Moines displays as men unload furniture and carry it into the house. » * • Almost before the plane came to a standstill in the near forbidden crash at the state fair two boys leaped the fence and with cops chasing them ran and grabbed a piece of the wing. One of th'e boys was our own John Spongberg. Souvenir hunter John got away over the other side of the arena but ripped his pants in doing the fence, although holding the token. • * • Art Falk described a novel way of fishing in Colorado while visiting there. The tourist needs not buy a license, tackle, bait or otherwise. At some resorts these are furnished free, but the fisherman must pay eighty cents a pound for nil he catches. No luck, no pay. The fair association advertising men should watch their step in another year. Placing tire covers on spare tires while the car is parked is all right but some models of cars carry the spare In the center of the rear with light embraced. l.< i avr your order t'<>r y«»ur -pc'-- Tlu- 4-11 beef for Saturday. ial cuts. Home Made Pure Pork Link Sausage Ib. 27c Mock Chicken Legs .7 for 25c Young Beef Roast per Ib. 20c Pork Cutlets per Ib. 29c T-Bone or Short Cut Steaks per Ib. 28c Fancy Dressed Chickens TOP PRICE FOR EGG6 SORENSEN GROCERY CO. We Deliver Phono Respected Algona Man Lifelong Resident of Kossuth County The NEW CALL New Season's BumjH-r Crop Booked solid—A top for every change. WaUh the Friday and Saturday attractions at the "Call". Friday-Saturday, Sept. 17-18 Sunday-Monday, Sept Itt-'iO INTRIGUE...MAD ADVENTURE Here Are The Stats You Love Oi-irlv.s Edward Walker was born it Crafton, Vermont. February 17, 1H5.J. beiiiK the eldest son in a f-un- ily of seven children born to Orval C. and Frances A. Walker. Having- been brought by them to Wyoming, Illinois, at the age of two years, he came to Kossuth county, Iowa, in 1877. where he ha* lived ever since, until hi.s death which occurred on Friday. Sept. 10, at two p. m. In 1«81 he married Ida A. Reynolds of Peoria, Illinois, to which union three sons and two daughters were born, namely Wyatt Walker, Ottumwa. Iowa; Will Cl. Walker, King's Ferry, New York; Louis Walker. Baglcy, Minnesota: Mrs. Jewell Patterson, and Mrs. Tom Halpin. Algona. These all survive him. together with his wife. Mrs. Ida A. Walker and 28 grandchildren, and nine great grandchildren, who revered him in life and now mourn his loss. Two of his own brothers are still living. Rev Walter M. Walker. Philadelphia. Pennsylvania and Will F W.ilkcr of Algona. When a young man hi: became a member of the Wyoming Baptist church. .Severely handicapped by a lift-long lameness, he ever exhihit- hopeful spirit, following many uxli path where others would • .surrendered in despair. He one of the beeoiid wave of pioii- to thi.i county, and now that M.< (-'one. will bf rni:-..sed by all knew hi.'i familiar form and •;ll Un'.'.vri personality. The fuiK-rai wa., held at. the Meth- li.-.t chui'-h. Sunday at '2:'M p. m., nil Kev. Woods. Good Hop', of- i-iiilinn. Hi; two sons. Will of \. ••,'.• York and Lewis of Minnesota, <-i,.- uualjk- to attend. 1' ill bearers •,.;..• Frank Kohlhu4i:>, Wrn. Me- ti'J, Mads Christiansen. Jess !«. Win. Freeman and ''hnbb :,man Interment 01 curred on i ty i.i Kiv crviuw number and tail A number of these were covered up without the drivers knowing it. In this day when patrolmen are bobbing up anywhere and any place it could have been costly. • • • Tubliy McDonald worked eve- ninss in the garden when his neighbors were driven to cover by the mosquitos. The secret is to let the wife use the fly spray gun with a colorless and odorless liquid nnd sprinkle the neck and arms. The pests stay their distance and soap and water remove the spray. • *.*' John Foth tookjOvef the custod- anship of the baseball park. One of the duties was to put out the rags. John called for them at the stand. Evan Finnell tossed them out and informed John there were but three, some one being respons- ble for the missing one. John scratched his head, looked at the :hree. and said. "I wonder who could lave taken it?" The fourth and missing one was home plate which s immobile and stays put. • • » Observers have noticed at regular days a young lady from town standing at the intersection north of the city as though wanting a ' tide. Many motorist* stop for her but she sends them on with a shake of the head. And then, and every time, the same car comes along with the same driver. She doesn't say no but gets right in the open door and the two hurry away. The man belongs in Algona, too, and may be he doesn't know folks arc aware of his goings on. * • • A pie i* » pie but on the road onn is a iiof-. Lloyd Muckcy almost had his supply of porli for the wini- cr. Coming home from Clear Lake one ni^ht the Muckcy car caught a porker in the cunter of the pavement. Tho car received no ilnm- age, the folks got n little jolt, but the piy was laid low. Several cars stopped and sevt-rnl men were needed to pull the pig from the road. He was a big one. MRS.A.GOLLNER DIED SATURDAY; RUES TUESDAY Services at Wesley For Mother Of Three Children Wesley: Mrs. Andrew Gollner 48. who had been critically ill for the past three weeks, passed away Saturday evening at 6:10 at the hospital in Rochester, Minn. Three weeks prior she was taken to Rochester, later returning and spending some time In an Algona hospital later being transferred to Rochester. Mrs. Gollner was formerly Miss Cecelia Schuler and was born Ap rll 6, 1889, northeast of Sexton. She was married to Andrew Gollner, December 2, 1914, and to this union were born three children, Vanda, 21, Charles 10, and Margaret 17, all at home, who together with the husband mourn the loss of a good and faithful wife and mother. All her" life she spent in and about their present home except for about seven months when Mr. and Mrs. Gollner lived at Balsom Lake, Wis. Funeral services were held on Tuesday morning at nine o'clock at St Joseph's Catholic church with the Rev. A. J. Wagener in charge of requiem mass, with burial taking place in the St. Joseph's cemetery. Rosary was said each night preceding the services at the Gollner home. The many flowers and contributions for special masses, to- Kether with the large response by friends in attending the funeral were all mute testimony of the love and respect, held for a valued friend and neighbor, and by whom she will be sadly missed. Among those from a distance who attended the funeral were George Gollner, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goll- ler. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newman. Wr. and Mrs. Walter Reinward. all of Milwaukee, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. George Wesser of Mallard: Herbrt Gollner of Mcnasha, Wis.: the Dunne Richardson and Ed Byrnes of Clarion and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Applebee of Emmetsburg. Fenton Man Victor Fair Butter Contest Results of creamery butter entries at the Kossuth county fair contest were as follows: First, Fred Kucker. Fenton, 94; econd. I. L. Seeman, Algona, 93.76; bird. Jim Moore, Algona. 03.50; 'ourth. Arnold Kuecker. Fenton, 93..5; fifth, Bruce Eckart, Algona, 93: sixth, R A. Bartlett. Whltte- more. 93; seventh, Connie Doyle, Whittemore, 93. Eighth. Selmer Nelson. Lost Island. 92.50; Arthur Rudnlck, Algona, 92.50; M. A. Bleich, Titonka, 92.50; Wayne Smith. Algona, 92.50; Stanley Patterson, Algona, 92; R. C. Flehler, Wesley, 92; and Paul Engen, Wesley, 92. Our good friend, Abe I>auritzen. is not superintendent of schools md coach at Ledyard high school this year. Mind you, he wag there seven years. Seven years his athletic teams were feared by other coaches and teams. Six of the seven years were fruitful and *u cessful. One baseball team worked its way to the state finals at Amea. 1500 See Lakoto Donkey Team Win A crowd of about 1,500 persons witnessed and laughed at and with two teams, one from Lakota and the other from Buffalo Center, that played a game of donkey ball at Buffalo Center, recently. The Lakota "Roughridcrs", led hy Mayor H. H. Murray, were 3 to 2 winners over "Happy Jack" Carman and his Buffalo Center prospectors. The game wan sponsored by the Buffalo Center Legion post. M«.O.W.Dubb« Rites Wednesday Held In West Send West Bend: Mrs. O. W. Dubbs passed away Monday after an> illness of ovw a year. Dolly DObbs was born at Little Rock, Iowa, and lived Brer girlhood there and was married to Mr. Ross while quite young. She had four children by this marriage. She later married O. W. Dub and moved to West Bend, where Mr. Dubbs has been buttermaker in the local creamery for more than 20 years. A daughter waa born to this union, she being Mrs. Mildred Jurgens. Mrs. Dubbs leaves besides her husband and this daughter, Mrs. Georgia Fleck of Spirit Lake, Mrs. Belle DeBerg of Little Rock, two sons, Rolland Ross of Minneapolis, and Charlti Ross of Des Moines. She also leaves an aged mother in Little Rock, besides a number of grandchildren. Funeral services were held Wednesday noon at the Methodist church and burial was at Little Rock. Former Residents Visit In West Bend West Bend: Mrs. Belle Brown and daughter, Isabella of Mt. Vernon, Mrs. Lucy Ivey of Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Yard and daughter of Colorado Springs, Colo., are visiting in the home of the ladies' brother, John Stone. They were renewing old acquaintances In West Bend. Sunday with people they knew while young. Mrs. Yard was Julia Stone, Mrs. Brown was Belle Stone and Mrs. Ivey was Oucy Stone. Their parents were the late Mr. and Mrs. Ira Stone, who resided here many years ago. Class Presidents At LuVerne Picked LuVerne: Class officers for the ocal schools have been elected. Phil Lichty. Jr.. was named pres- dent of the senior. Betty Burtis is >resldent of the junior class. Shirey Dimler of the sophomores and <athryn Dimter heads the freshmen. Only three teachers remain from he staff of last year. They are Supt. Evans, principal C. C. Smith. and Corlnne Smith, fifth and sixth rades. Wed at Livermore Livermore: A wedding of interest o many in this vicinity was held at Ae Lutheran church Sunday evening at six o'clock when Miss Alda Schulze, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schulze and Dennis Skow, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Skow, both of Rutland vicinity, were married, with the Rev. G. H. Schaefer officiating. W. Bend Girls Home After Operations West Bend: Rev. H. J. Needing and daughters, Louise, M*ry and Ruth returned from Rochester, Minn., Friday. Ruth and Mary underwent operations for the removal of their tonsils and Louise- consulted doctors concernnig her knee which was injured In an a« tou f.£ cident last spring, when the high school girls were on their way to Nevada to enter the state music .contest. Seeing Is believing—Look into the Algol* Upper Des Molnw New Cooking School, Sept 27, 28,29 hi the New* Call Theatre. Kew Off fee For A. W* AmuttMn A W. Amunson, local dptometrtot, has moved his offft* to the rooMft over Bofchardt's forftffcrlj' occupied by the Hueser SRWUr st&rt. Mr. Amunoon has BeM footed In the Borehardt bwtldlng sln*6 the Call Theatre fire, but his previous office suite was at the rear of the building:. No Stop! Fine $5 William Rottschalfer, Rock Valley, Iowa, paH a fine of JS and costs before .fnstiee P. A. Dawon, after his arrest on a charge of failure to stop for art arterlaf Mgh- wayr sign. COLONIAL A 5 dainty as a curtsey. As alluring as a flutter of dark lashes — this beguiling new- Red Cross high gore pump of rich black suede. You'll love its narrow genteel piping, its gleaming patent heel, its distinguished buckle. And think of it — price still only $6.50. RED CROSS SHOES AMDE OVc* EXCl'JSIVc "LIMIT" LASTS Christensen Bros. Shoe Dept. Titonka Student 111 Doyle Uea.ser, Titonka .student, has been seriously ill the past week. Sunday night it was neces.sary for a doctor to puncture one of his ear drums, to give him relief and get draining from an abcess, the after-effect of scarlet fever. Two basketball teams went through to the state meet. Three basketball Uams went to the district. A record and feat worth the achievement of any coach. *SS&*" One Day Only Plus Judge" Trailer Life OeLuxe Pttthe New» Tuesday, Sept. 21 1-3 o'clock A. powerful i ->iiiuiureial aviation story. Plus "Trailing Atoug" Mown If* A tiood Stunt l) i >r Redingg Move Into Remodeled Home ot. Joe: Mr. and Mn. Alfred Reding auU family moved back to iheir Lome the nrst of the week after having vacated it the middle of July while it was being remodeled and an addition added to it. They stayed with Mrs. Keding'a parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Illg Card of Thanks We wiah to express our sincere appreciation for the kindiieiw uhown by our friends and neighbors during our period of sorrow with the poaauig of our beloved wife und mother Cecelia Gollner. Andrew Goliner and children. 37* JLOLTLL be glad if you investigate Fairbanks-Morse Automatic Coal Burners before you let yourself in for expensive fuels. Twenty per cent of today's automatic coal burner buyers are switching from some other form of automatic beat to automatic coal heat. They are dii'.'^.'J- ing cosily equipment purchased only a short tir.ic ."/cj in order to put in automatic ojjl Why? That's what you war.t to know before yc.-u buy. We can show you. Mil .he handy hoppvt of (fail e . r! iiii!:<-Mor>« Automatic Coal .: J .,...- oace a day or less. It •-' •,, a ••: .•«*<. 9B% l«w work. I ,. : j ''>•>',b lower fuel coal. Anderson Gram and Cod Co. 5£-«•**"'' L New York City Monday, September 20th CHRISTENSEN'S Kaw Fur Prices have advanced from 20% t.. «0%. In spite of these advances, The Montreal Fur Trading Company of Now York City, brings to you Pur Coats wirh J!)38 styling at prices as low, and in many cases lower, than last year. of their enormous buying power, the furs were purchased before advances started and these savings are now being passed to you. TOP QUALITY FUES AND WORKMANSHIP Latest Style Sensations direct from recent Fur Show in New York. Choose yours NOW from this large, complete selection! t—Written GuarMiteB with eacb coat. *—One Year Free Storage. >~Uberal trade-in ttUowanoe «u you* old fur CM*. *—Montreal* !• month Purmeot Ptaa. More Than 160 Coats To From Christensen Bros. Co. ALGONA'S STYLE CENTER

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