The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 28, 1937 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 28, 1937
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The Algona Upper Pes Moines, Algona, Iowa, Oct. 28,1937 lola Kohl and Manrine McCnl- lough drove to West Bend, Tuesday evening, to visit their friend, Ber- hlce Ludwlg. Mrs. Jo« Bloom and son, Dickie, returned Sunday after spending a week In ^Minneapolis visiting Mrs. Bloom's relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Loots Lynk drove to Minnesota Lake, Minnesota, Sunday, for a visit with the latter's brother, H. R. Wolle. The District No. 7 school of Union township wilt hold an Ice cream social Thursday, October 28. Catherine Schulz is the teacher. Billy Lee Fox, son of Dr. and Mrs. I* W. Fox, has been confined to his bed sine* Tifesday night. He is quite 111 with a stomach ailment. Mr. and Mrs. L, G. Thompson of EsthervUle were guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. R Miller, Sunday. The Thompsons are Mrs, Miller's parents. . John; Hargreave» was home for the Iowa Falls k end visiting hla parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Harp-eaves and Maurine McCullough. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. HnUell were called to Des Moines the fipst of the week by the serious illness of the former's father. Mr. Hutsell is the manager bf t&e McCormlck-Deer- . will le»re for Angeles, Sunday, her-Hbm after it month's visit with her sister, Mm. Tom Holmes of this city, and a Visit With her son in Illinois during the summer. , Mr. and Mm. S. D. Wilson, 'Mrs. Florence Patterson and two sons, and Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Rising drove to Titonka, Monday evening, where they attended a brithday dinner given for J. E. Wilson by his •wife. Mr*. C. O. Dourte of Swe* CHy was a guest Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. S. I>. Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. 3. F. Overymer returned Wednesday from Lindsey, Ohio, where they had been for the past ten days visiting relatives of Mr. Overmyer and looking after property Interests. Lewis Ferguson of Ames spent the week end with his mother, Mrs. W. K. Ferguson. 'He Is now in charge of building an arborateum on the college grounds, which comes under forestry work. Marguerite Keneflck brought her father, Oliver Moe, home from the Iowa City hospital, Wednesday. Mr. Moe is much improved. Marguerite had been at Cedar Falls attending the homecoming at I. S. T. C. Bernlce Stock, Irma Dee Phillips, Jim Bishop, Harlan Sigsbee, Elaine Hllsteadt, and Bill Dalley drove to Mason City, Saturday night to visit James Spencer who is now supply clerk at the Hotel Hanford. Mr. and Mrs. M. 3. Duffy and daughters, Ruth Ann, Rosemary and {Catherine, drove to Albert Lea Saturday and Sunday where they were guests of Mrs. Duffy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Larsen and other relatives. 'Mr. and Mrs. George House and daughter, Cassie of Plttsburg, Pennsylvania, will return to their home, Friday, afte'r a period of ten days spent visiting- their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. I. Wernert and the Wernert sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Fierce and family moved into- the old Coffin house on North Thorington street, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Eldfth Lindstrom will move into the house on East Kennedy street formerly occupied by the Pierces. Mr. and Mrs. Llndstrom have moved here from LaSaHe, Illinois. Warm Jackets for Fall and Winter Dark blue, blue and green plaid, red plaid, all sizes, 100 percent wool 5.75465 Denim Jackets, fleece lined 1.95 Gloves and Mittens. All kinds of work gloves, light wfc. Mens Flannel Shirts 1 OQ plaids & plain colors *•*'*' Suede Shirts 1 ___95c SWEATER COATS zjpper front, sport back , $2.96, $3.86, i*UJO 5 ••, Caps wth fur bands, plain blue and fancy plaids Madson 6c Hanson "THE HOME OP BETTER CLOTHES" Chrysler Offers Two New Cars For 1938 One of the new model Chryslers, the Royal, four door, six cylinder touring sedan, recently received by the Maxwell Motors, Algona, Is pictured above. A completely new front end treatment, and many other improvements feature this machine. The machine has a 95 horsepower engine. Mrs. Alary Lalnjr. spent Sunday n Wesley with friends. Mrs. Alice Simmons, Mrs, Mary and Mrs. Sam Smith spent G T E H T E JUMP On Old Man Winter FREE! A Winter Check For Your Car Won't Cost You A Cent 1—Expert Battery check including cables 2—Check your radiator hose and connections 3—Heater and Heater Hose inspection avoids failure SPECIAL Clean and set gap in spark plugs FREE with each change to Winter Grease in transmission or differentionl or winter motor oil. Wednesday in Spencer. Mrs. H. H. liorenz returned to her home in Estherviile Tuesday after a few days' visit at the home of her brother, R. H. Miller. Mr. and Mr*. E. W. Hanson were at Minneapolis during the week 5nd visiting Mrs. Hanson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Duncan. lots Lehman is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Lehman, and Algona friends this week. lola is employed in Des Moines. Mrs. A. A. Bishop returned Mon day after visiting her sister, Maud'.' McBroom, her daughter Ruth -.nd her son, John, at Iowa City during the past week. Mr. and Mrs. H. 3. Cowan will attend the homecoming at Iowa State College at Ames this week end, and will see the Iowa State- Missouri football game. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Hilsteodt, and daughter, Joan, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. E Strandberg at Boone. Mr. Strandberg and Mrs. Hllsteadt are brother and sister. Mrs. Boy Chrlstensen and little son, Bobby, of Graettinger, returned to their home today (Thursday) after visiting since Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joel Herbst The women are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dalley one daughter, Nancy of Spencer, vlsite< here Sunday afternoon. Mr. Dailey a former Algonlan, Is secretary o the Clay County Fair and the Spen cer Chamber of Commerce. Mm. W. O. McCnUough, Mrs. H. D. Hutchlns, Mrs. George St John Mrs. Fred Corey and Mrs. G. H Free went to a White Shrine enter talnment at the Masonic Temple a Fort Dodge, Friday evening. Brace Lot* and Dorothy Bielefeld of CrwMto, low*, were* Sunday gueaU of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Koh Th» two women were room-mate for three years during their nurse' training at the Mercy hospital a Mason City, Iowa. Charles B. Carton, wife and son Charles, Jr., will arrive Saturday afternoon from 'Willow Grove Pennsylvania, to visit Mr. and Mrs D. P. Smith. They will then con tlnuo on to Fallen, Nevada, an Long Beach, California. Mr. and Mm. Fred Park aecom panted by Mrs. Ed Sheehan an Leona Stewart were week end vis itors In Cedar Rapids, ine Park went to attend a silver wedding an niversary of their niece while th other ladles visited frienas. Dorlyg Knudson, who is employ ed In Des Moines, spent the week end here with her parents, Mr. an Mrs. 'C. M. Knudson, who took he back to Des Moines Sunday. Dorly is leaving soon for Clearwater California, where she will spend month with relatives. W. C. Fuller of Hutchinson, Kan sas, spent the week end visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Hemphlll and Mr, and Mrs. Dick Cowan. Mr. and Mrs. Hemphill and Mrs. Cow- nd took Mr. Fuller to Mason City unday, where he continued to Rochester for medical care. N Russell Keith of Montrose, Col- rado, arrived Tuesday morning to pend a week visiting his father. rarry Keith, his grandfather, E. P. lelth and his sister, Mrs. Ira Kohl. lussell manages an ice cream fact- ry at Montrose. This is his first rip back to Iowa in five years. Isabell Thomas left Tuesday after everal days' visit at the home of ier friend, Mrs. J. N. Keneflck. Miss 'homaa Is in charge of Federal 3aklng Company's experimental kitchen In Davenport. Miss Thoms and Mrs. Kenefiick were friends when both lived In What Cheer. Dr. and Mrs. W. S. Beilcy, their daughter, Mrs. Edna Bruce and 'hildren, Billy and Rae. and Mrs Reiley's mother. Mrs. Rae Kemp, all of Red Oak, and Mrs. Caroline •lolden of Des Moines, mother of Urs. Oliver S. Reiley. were Sunday dinner guests in the Oliver S. Reiley home. Mr. and Mr». H. W. Dobson re- :urned Sunday evening, from Brooklngs, S. D., where they went to visit friends, and attend the homecoming football game of South Dakota State College, against Wichita U. Both Mr. and Mrs. Dobson are graduates of South Dakota state Mr. Dobson Is manager of the loca' Swift & Company plant. Eleanor Fraser returned las' week Tuesday from Pipestone, Min nesota, where she had spent a few' days with Dr. and Mrs. Walter Benjamin and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Hitman. The ladles will be romemotr- ed as Mabel and Rachel Bedell, former Algonaians. The Benjamin*, recently became parents of a daughter, Mary Louise, their fifth child. Mrs. George Shaddlck, who operates the popcorn stand on West Thorington street, had a close call taat Saturday when her gasoline burner almost exploded. She was opening up for the day's business and wai adjusting the burner after lighting it When the burner sputtered and failed to work properly she hurriedly shut it off before any explosion occurred. A few repairs were necessary before she opened for business .again Monday. Craig Smith, son of .Mr. and -Mrs. D. P. Smith will leave Sunday for Chicago wnere he will visit until Tuesday. Wednesday, he will leave for Fallen, Nevada, where he will be employed by his cousins, the Dodge brothers. Gcrvuis Beard, son of Mrs. Mary Beard, will accompany him and spend the winter in Phoenix, Arizona. Kyle Keith, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Keith, will go with them as far as Nevada, and will then go to California for the winter. Kyle has been employed by the Algona Ice Cream and Candy factory. Rewrites Of News Fro.Ti List Tuesday'f Kotsuth County Advance his furniture store to n new location In the building formerly occupied by the Holberg Gnrage. Mr. Richardson has puYchnsrd the garage building west of the court house and will completely remodel It. • * • ALGONA .H'NIOR Chamber of Commerce members will sponsor a df'.ice at the V. F. \V. hnll here trt- night, with prorvpil* to he used in projects planned hy the organization. First project is the establishment of n skaters' shed at (he soft water pond. A county grading crew is building a road to the north side of the pond to permit nutomobTie parking, and a caretaker w'll be on hand to supervise. A thin spray of city water will cont the pond once a week. • * * NEW JUSTICE CASES: Karl Toothman. Hurt, was charged with failure to observe a stop sign in Justice Welter's court, and George Lichtcr was charged with having ir.iproprr t li! \\f.\i' * « » * EITHER -T. r,. RONAR or J. P. Lov"? will ho flic n n xt president of the Kiwanis club. The election will be held this noon (Thursday). A. 1i. Long nnd E. VV. Lusbv ore nominees for vice president. Three directors will he chosen from D. C. Hutchison. GenrRO L,. Miller. Russ Maxwell, Jim Murtngh, C. r{ Williams, Dr. C. D. Schnnp .viul Dr. Karl Hoffman. • * * AN UPSET KETTLE sculded the four months old baby of Mr. nnd Mrs. Louis Schwcnt, Swen City, Wednesday morning of last week. The baby wna taken to .1 hosnjtnl. Algona Ladies in The West Mrs. Bowyer in a short letter In the Advance this week notes that Mrs. A. D. Clark recently celebrated ed her 93d birthday and is still going strong at her home In Hollywood. Mrs. Tom Henderson of Al- sona is now the oldest pioneer Algona. lady left. Mrs. Henderson is now 9.'i, and it is thought that she will make the century mark. Mrs. J. W. Robinson, a former well known Algona lady was not able to attend the birthday party given by Mrs. Clarke's daughter, Mrs. H. C. Adams. Mrs. Bowyer saffl that she had just received n letter from Corn Setchell, another former Algona lady who lives at San Diego, who Is 88. Mrs. Harvey Inghnm is visiting on the coast nnd has an apartment in Hollywood. * ^ E I N AL CORN I CONTEST RADIO BROADCAST THURSDAY, NOV. 4 U:«5 A. M. TO 1:3O P M. ^COURTESY OF YOUR A^"A-C DEALER ON RADIO STATION WNAX - WMT WHO Elbert Garage "(U LI $• CHALMERS Vic's Service East of Court House Phone 85G ask about NATIONAL'S SPECIAL . Money-Saving Plan On Early Orders of Hybrid Seed Corn A. B. Schenck Reprtfentative for National Hybrid Corn Plant National Hybrid Seed Corn in 1938 and get 10 to 20 bushels greater yield per acre. Stronger stalks and deeper roots enable NATIONAL Hybrids to withstand drouth, heat, wind and produce big yields year after year. The unusual cold and disease resistant Dualities bred into this corn by 15 years of scientific breeding make NATIONAL Hybrids the greatest of them all .... Get the Best. National Hybrid Corn Go. Iowa James Drug ^W^nWM.DRUG STORE 4 Cars Pupils of Corwith At Rites Held in Renwick Corwith-Fairview: A large number of Corwith people attended the funerals of the Renwick accident victims held at Renwick Monday. Four carloads of high school pupils attended. The cars were driven by Bonnie Barracks, LuVerne Korleski, Superintendent J. M. Gehrt and Mrs. Donald Robinson. Some of those attending were Doris Beers, Doris Masalon, Jessie Brown, EvMlyn Dawson, Leona Thompson, Alice Riggle, Virginia Walters, Lucille Schubert and Marian Stephens. Neglect of eyesight in childhood oftea caucet irreparable damage to viaioo io later life. A child with noor viaion U neither a happy, nor a bright child. Taw can of your child'* eyes—have them examined periodically. A. W. AmunAon OptouetrUt Om Borchardt* Want Some Action On Dog Nuisance Enough is enough. For some unknown reason it seems to be perfectly all right for all the dogs in creation to run in packs up and down State street. If the opinions we have hearc about the matter represent a true public reaction to the situation, it would behoove city officers to do something about it, and that very promptly. Dogs are man's best friend, anc all of that, but their place is not on State street, where they continue to perform in a. most promiscuous manner. Let's have a little acffbn and eliminate the nuisance. EUGENE L. WALSH, the bragging desperado, who sawed his way out of the Kossuth county jail last year, was sentenced to 10 years in Fort Madison penitentiary, Monday, by Judge George A. Heald, and was immediately taken to Fort Madison to begin serving his term. Walsh pleaded guilty to aiding a felon to escape, vlolatTng the state narcotic law, Sheriff Casey Loss and City Marshal Frank Green handcuffed Walsh on hla trip to prison. Walsh, who gave his residence as Emmetsburg, was arrested July 25, 1936, at Burt, when federal agents made four separate purchases of morphine from him. While being held in, jail here he escaped with Shorty Hart. A few weeks ago he Was captured in Glasgow, Montana, and returned here. W * « REV. C. PAUL CARLSON, pastor for the past few years of the local Presbyteran church, is asking for a release from . his local congregation. He has received a call from a St. Paul, Minn., Presbyterian church. Rev. Carlson's services here included building 'fin addition and new basement for the local church and raising funds for the work. His old home is in St. Paul, where he graduated from Maca^ eater college, • • • REV. F. E. BttUlESS, now Math' odlst pastor In Algona, filled HM pulpit Sunday, with his right hand iwathed In bandages. He was bad- y burned on the hand when a gasoline stove which he was generating blazed up. His hand was burned when be carried it outdoor*. , '-'-' '-: '• * * •* ' ' PRATT ELECTRIC, Algona, ha* been awarded electrical contracting for a new postofflce at Tlpton, Iowa, and a new dormitory at Iowa City. • * • THEODORE FABER, 59, well known resident of the West Bend vicinity, died Saturday evening al Ins home near West Bend, from a blood clot on the brain. He recently came home from a Rochester. Minn., hospital. Funeral ser- vcies were held Tuesday morning r rom St. Peter arid Paul's church, .Vest Bend, Father Dobberstein officiating. Six nephews, Alvin, Joseph and Alfred Faber, all of St. Joe, Victor Friaeres of Wesley, Edward Kishen of Algona, and Marvin Eis- chcn of St. Benedict, were pallbearers. Mr. Faber was born at St. Joe, Dec. 12, 1887. He is survived ->y his widow and five living children, Melvin, south 01 ...gona; and George, Caroline, Mildred and Adeline at home. Mrs. John Frideres, S(, Joe, Mrs. Phil Roethler, Algonn, and Mrs. Jos. Wilger, St. Benedict, are sisters, and four brothers surviving are John of West Bend, Matt St. Joe, Henry of Casselton, N. D,, and Joseph of Rodman. • • « WM. NEUROTH, aged S3, passed away Saturday night following a four weeks' siege of pneumonia. Funeral services were held Tuesday morning at St. Cecelia's church and interment was in the local Catholic cemetery. Mr. Neuroth was born June 29, 1884, at Haverhill, Iowa, and married there in 1907 to Teresa Cunkle. They farmed in Kossuth thereafter until a yaar and a half ago. Mr. Neuroth is survived by his widow, three sons, Raymond. Victor and FJorine at home and five daughters, Mrs. Russell Hardgrove, Spencer, Mrs. Willem- enu Erdman. AlKona, Mrs. Magnus Rahm. St. Benedict, Mrs. Howard Ferrigan, Williams, and Pauline at hume. T • * • EVEKKTT UKKYEK. Fenton farmer, suffered some injury when bis pants leg caught in a corn picker. His leg was severely bruised National Husking Tilt On Nov. 4th The "ears" have it. insofar as this year's National Corn Husking contest is concerned. Ears of the nation's radio listeners will hear the fast tattoo of ears against bangboards, from the stnrt- ign gun to weighing in the corn. An "Ear by ttar" radio broadcast of the contest will be sponsored by the Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company and Elbert Garage, local A-C dealer Stations carrying the broadcast will include WHO, Des Moines; KFNF, Shenandoah; WMT, Waterloo; WLS, Chicago; WAAW, Omaha; WNAX, Yankton. The program will be on the air Thursday, November 4, from 11:45 a. m. to about 1:30 p. m. Foods Cooked In The Dutch Oven Ranges Oook in their own delicious juices . . . retain the health-giving vitamins ... do not shrink or dry out. . . . cannot be overcooked or undercooked. We have a complete stock of these sensational ranges on hand and invite you to come in and see them. Globe Coal and Wood Circulating Oil Heaters and Duo Therm Oil Burning Heaters are also on display. Also some ranges. real values in used heaters and Nelson Hardware ^ Standard CORN PEAS Mrs. Duryea Home Irvington: Mrs. Alice Duryea returned last week from an extensive visit with her daughter, Mrs. Elmer Dye at Mason City. While at Macon City she accompanied the Dye family on a trip to Milwaukee and Chicago for a visit with relatives. Ogrens Off for South Mr. and Mr*. Albert Ogren left yeaterday io their car for their annual sojourn in Sao Antonio, Texas, wuer« they have speot the cold mnoth* (or th« past tix year*. They are TiVf"g the trip in a leisurely manner aud will be on the road two week*. Durnig toe year* they have many friends io Sao Antonio, and It l»el» ajmoit but not quit* like aonw to them. Albert wa« bo« of tae bMt mayor that Aleaa*,*a« «*4 and •M hi* friwdt wlab MK. AND MK8. UIC'K WATSON, Irvington folli3 now livinjj in San Francisco, were victims of burglars, recently, when their apartment was broken into while they wrre away. • * • ('ECU, THORSON, S\vea City, wus elected head of the farm bureau in that section, at a recent meeting. Mrs. Arthur B. Anderson was named chairman of the woman's division. Arthur E. Anderson was named serertary and Ueorge Hirner, treasurer • * • LABS HEISEM, LA HOT A. was seriously injured when a horse kicked him in the head, injuring hu jaw and knocking out several teeth. He was found by his son, Lester, unconscious, beside his horsen. • • • DB. F. A. BONNSTETTER. of Wesley, has sold his veterinary practice lit Wesley, to Dr. Raney, Klemme, and will move temporarily of Chicago. Hoyt Raney U a son of J. A. Raney of Algona. • • • A. NEW KI.MW school ia being planned for St Joe. A new parsonage ia ajao io the plans. Father Qforge Theobald U io charge of the Sioclc «-iih ihat fmh-from-ih »nd thetc tei full gardcn-fo SEE THE EXTRA SAVIN OH ON QUANTITY PURCHAHES IGA Strained Baby Foods 09 .23 .45 .84 1HK Whole keriwl golden No. 2 Bantam Corn 15 .43 :85 1.65 18K Fey Cream Style No. 2 Bantam Corn 14 .40 .77 1.49 18K - Fcy Hyrup Pack No 2'/i Sweet Potatoes 15 .43 .81 1.59 18K Fancy No. 2 Diced Beets 12 .33 .63 1.19 18K Fancy No. 2 Diced Carrots 12 .33 .63 1.19 IUA Hifted No. 2 June Peas 15 .43 .83 1.59 IOA 1 ib. tiill Med. Red Salmon 25 .73 2.89 IOA 1'uj-c Kith 12 oz. Tuna Fish 1.9 .53 K.A N't-iv l'iu-k 20 oz. Orange Juice 15 .43 .83 1.59 Hi A Fancy No. 2 Tomato Juice 12 .33 .59 1.17 Red Beans 09 .25 .47 .91 IGA Prepared Spaghetti with cheese -.09 .25 I8K Fancy No. 2H bizo Bartlett Pears 24 .69 2.69 IGA 8 oz ciui Pineapple Tidbits 10 .27 .97 No. 2 Red Cherries 17 .49 1.78 IGA Ripe 'n Ragged Peaches 21 .59 2.35 ><%x<xffiffm^ Stock Up Von Camp* 10 ox. 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