The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 9, 1937 · Page 5
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fit Algpuft Upper Peg M<rftt« Algona, low*, Ptft/i? 1937 ill, |« Improving Th« Brown Da Whit* Plymouth »"** WM i, Wednesday, ?it»l Kw *«Y »t «>i« Mrs Matt Holtebnuer horn*. Mr. and Mm. I* W. Pw d Spencer, Sunday, and w«n> of Mr. and Mrs. Al fttcrzlnc. Most of UIA Alffona lawrer* *r* 4 to attend a bar amoclatfon m«ri?t- Are You Only Hall Well? — *» mm f propf* l/xj.r •r« Mil, fctff • Ml jj- not (It rnottfh la t* down In \*A — ttt not w«.|| crmnrti in rr»|. \y »« «ht en- foymmt out ol life ih.t itvxiM Ihcm life it (uit > 4ng— juit otic dip «ll«r mother— no nwrtr — no p»p. •THB BLOOD II THE LIFE" Tho« who ire rick In brf (rt r, tmt not *> for IBOM . 1>w . e -« rt • »<« CORVAN T«kl«ti ccmuinini bf •idet lofliei. Iron in > lorm e»i!ly aniiniltled and Vilimin B. (he bodr bonding viltmin. Get out ot the hall well elm. Art IK how you can try CORVAN Tablet* E. W. Lusby , Saturday night. Mn, V. W, H~r4t M* MM, Tar \nr t{*fii Mnnfar Afternoon as Mrs, ri-Mk n*fK at P, at the wa» « f callw, UM week ('., H. A r>»4g« Thursday, Mr, mnA Mrs, Frank ftaelaw of l»n/-r«ft w«r« gu»cU Wednesday *v*nl«g of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Th« •rfiorrf children of the Trinity l/ith«ran church will practice for Ohrfjrtmiw, Saturday forenoon at 9.20 o'clock. Handajr dinner KUMU of Or. and Mrs 8, W. Meyer were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Reeder and children 'til Palmer, Iowa. Herman Bonworth and Judge W. B. Quarton drove to Ames Tuesday to attend the Iowa Gaernsey breeder*' meeting. A OtrUtmiM party will be driven by the Trinity Lutheran Ladles' Aid, December 16 at two o'clock In the church parlor*. Mr. and Mm. i. W. Little were in Des Moines last week attending the Implement dealers' convention at the Savery hotel. Mr. and Mm. Walter Shellmyer and family were Sunday guesta at the home of his brother, Irvln Shell- myer and family at West Bend. Mrs. Grace Gammon of San ftfar- lno, California, was a guest Monday and Tuesday of Mr. and Tktrs. Fred Kent. Mrs. Gammon Is a relative of Mr. Kent. W. H. Freeman waa at Sanborn Wednesday as a guest of Mrs. H. E. Underbill Mrs. Underbill Is the niece of Mrs. Freeman. The Under- bills will leave soon to live at Ingle- Wood, California. Mr. Underbill retired June 1 as brakeman on the Milwaukee. Basket Ball and Wrestling High School Gym Tuesday Dec. 14 7:30 P. M. Algona vs Gilmore City Admission 20c and 25c Double Header . A. H. S. v*. CLARION Friday, December 17 She Enjoys Wearing Knit Dresses They fit so many occasions Nothing gives more pleasure than knit garments properly cleaned and blocked so as to retain their shape, softness, and lustre. They are always smart. And the woman who pays attention to the detail of her costume knows that neatness and good grooming mean even more than the latest styles. Dry cleaning expense is small considering the satisfaction. Our skilled work will delight you. Have your wardrobe made ready for the holidays. Elk Cleaners Phone 330 Norman & Perry 1937 Chevrolet Master Town Sedan 11,000 actual miles 1936 Chevrolet Standard Coach Very clean 1936 Chevrolet Standard Coupe Two 1935 Ford V-8 Coaches 1934 Chevrolet Master Sedan 18,000 actual miles Several Cheap Jobs from 1928 to 1932 Models Fords and Chevrolet* . Check With Us For Prices on all Mechanical Work WE SELL A»TI FREEZE AND HEATERS Easy Terms We Trade Kossuth Motor Co. Phone 200 North Dodge St. Cnrifcrfiinfc fett tot California, Sunday, where h« irill spend the winter. He goes to San Diego, where he has spent his winter* for a number of years. Mrs. Meltln Craven and Dttte daughter, Gwendolyn, of Eyota, Minnesota, visited at the Frank Vera home, Friday. Mrs. Craven and Mrs. Vera are sisters. State Comptroller Charlie Mnr- tagh Is wearing the new zipper pants. Ask him to show you how they work. He Is as porud of his new pnnts as a little boy. Dr. H. M. Olson and Dr. Karl Hoffman attended the annual meet- Ing of the district dental society at Mason City, Monday. Dr. Olson is vice president of the society. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schmlti and son, Peter of Storm Lake, were visitors at the home of Mrs. Schmitz's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McMahon, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Hayne left the first of the week for Peorlo, Illinois, where they will visit after New Years at the home of their son, Carl. Carl owns a jewelry store in Peoria. Mrs. Al Spongberg came back from Rochester, Tuesday, where she had been for the past three weeks. While at the Mayo clinic Mrs. Spongberg underwent a major operation. Taaker and Diane Falkenhainer are expected in Algona the last of the week from Red Oak, Iowa, for a week's visit with their father, Melzar Falkenhainer and grandmother, Mrs. Al Falkenhainer. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McMahon were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schmitz of Storm Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harig, Ruth McMahon of Garner, and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice McMahon. The Woman's circle of the Congregational church will have a rummage and bake sale at the church, Saturday beginning at 9 a. m. Articles for the rummage sale must be at the church today (Thursday). Catherine Selzer vklted her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Selzer, Saturday and Sunday. Catherine is a student nurse at the Mercy hospital at Mason City, and had been on night duty for the previous month. Miss Carrie Durant will have an exhibit of imported French etchings on display Saturday afternoon from two until 5:30 o'clock in the art room at the high school. Anyone interested is invited to inspect the display. Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Damon are the parents of a baby boy born Saturday at the Kossuth hospital. The baby has been named David Paul, and is the second child of the Dansons. The other child is Robert and is 6% years old. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Norton, Moline, Illinois, left for home last week Sunday, after a few days here with Mr. Norton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Norton. Edwin Is doing piecework for the Deere Mansart machinery shop at Moline. O. P. McDonald, Burt, entered the Kossuth hospital under the care of Dr. M. G. Bourne, Tuesday. He will remain there until just before Christmas so as to get in good shape to enable him to make another trip south with W. C. DeweL The Rev. L. A. Miller of Spirit Lake will preach In the Baptist church next Sund&v afternoon and evening. The Rev. F. C. Volzkc of Corning has accepted a call to the local church but will not be able to oome to Algona iinMI in January. An Algona boy, Max Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Miller, is one of the musicians taking part in the presentation of Handel's famous "Messiah", to be presented by the students of Mt. Vernon's Cornell college oratorio society. He is a flutist in the orchestra. Mr. and Mrs. It. E. Loss and family are leaving Friday for their home at Bremerton, Washington, after visiting here a little over three weeks with their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Loss and Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Norton and other friends and relatives. Mrs. Flora Gabriel, Belle Purvis, Mrs. Neal Smith and Leona Smith accompanied Mrs. Frank Geigel to Burt, Tuesday, where they attended the W. C. T. U. institute held, at the Presbyterian church. Mrs. McCullough, state president of Des Moines, presided at the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Blalne Asher of St. Petersburg, Florida, are the parents of a baby daughter born December 6. She has been named Marilou and weighed six pounds. Mrs. Asher will be remembered as Bertha Kuchenreuther and was the former office nurse employed by Dr. P. V. Janse. Mr. and Mm. jr. N. BUhop and daughter. Marion, were guests Saturday and Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop. The former Bishops brought Grandmother Bishop to Algona to spend the winter with the A. A. Bishops. She had spent the summer at Rawley at the J. N. Bishop home. Arvid EeUwwold and Clitt Bielke of Mt. Vernon, South Dakota, stopped Saturday for a short visit at the Mrs. F. A. Corey home. Arvid is the son of Mrs. Cleone Corey Eteswold whose father, C. M. Corey, formerly lived at Wesley. The boys were enroute to Chicago where they will visit relatives. Mrs. Roy Wenterland and Mrs. Lester Osborn were visitors at the homes of Mrs. H. M. Potter and Mrs. Oliver Reilly, Wednesday. Mrs. Weaterland and Mrs. Osborn a rove here from Red Oak with Mrs. H. A. Houghton who spoke at the Plum Creek Literary club banquet yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. LaBarre attended the funeral of Mr. LaBarre's grandmother, Mrs. Mary Jane LaBarre at Waterloo last week Wednesday. She was 88 years of age. Mr. LaBarre returned to Waterloo Monday and attended the funeral of hi* aunt, Mrs. Hattie Messick, Tuesday. Roy Waddle of Spencer came last week to be in charge of the local express office. How permanently he will be located here has not been announced. He succeeds C, F. Foster who has been transferred to Des Moines where he will be employed in the messenger train service of the c.'mr.»j>y. mn *%onUas attended the ?a*t MoaUrs mealing and turkey banquet, which was hold Tuesday evening at Corwith. They were Fr«d Andarson, W. O. McCullovifh, Ed J. A. Brownell, and Harold ahwrg. Mr. Andwon has al' hi* B»mb*r»nip In The WEEK'S NEWS Current Events Photographed for The Algona Upper Des Moines ~1 JOHN BLUMER, 92, PIONEER OF iUVERNE, PASSES FROM TRAIN TO CHAPEL—Built from a Rock Island passenger car brought from Pueblo, Colorado, to Moekana, Illinois, St. Wilfred Chapel. 12 miles east of Joliet, Illinois, Is probably the only chapel of Its kind in America. The first Mass was held on June 7,1936. The above view shows Father Brueserman, O. F. N., of Joliet with the congregation. NOT KKK REGALIA—Made of canvass and glass panels for eye protection, these army airplane mechanics take on the grotesque appearance of Ku Klux Klan members. It's the latest wearing apparel for the army men. TRAVELING ALONE FROM NORWAY TO SAN FRAN- C'lSCO—New York City: With her name and destination stitched on her coat and sweater Elinor Richard, 8-year-old orphan waits at the Traveler's Aid So ciety before resuming her journey to San Francisco, where her uncie. Otto Wulff, waits to adopt her. Elinor knows only two words "Mickey Mouse," the name of her pet Mickey Mouse doll, in the English, but explained to passengers on the steamer Stavangerfjord enroute to New York that she was an American returning home. She was born in San Francisco, but her mother took her to Christiunsand, Norway, when she waa five years old. While acquiring a voluable command of Norwegian, she forgot the English she knew. CBUIOBS V^__*Lr-irT Methodist Church F. Earl Burgess, pastor A cordial welcome awaits you at all services in this church. Our Sunday School meets at 9:45 a. m. with classes for all age groups. Worship services 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Do not forget the evening service. Join the fellowship of this hour and sing some of the old gospel songs with us. The young people will meet at 6:30 p. m. Donald Johnson will be. the leader. Trinity Lutheran Church P. J. Braner, pa»tor German service at 9 a. m. Sunday School at 10 a. m. English service at 10:30 a. m. The school children will practice for the Christmas program Saturday forenoon at 9:30 o'clock. The Ladies' Aid will give a Christmas party en Thursday, Nov-' ember 16th, at 2 p. m., in the church parlors; 4 Swea Twp. Boys On Rose Bowl Trip Swea City: Russell and Everett Erlckaon, Francis Guerdet and Vernon Burgeson, all of Swea township, and Clifton DeBates of Armstrong, will leave next week for California. They expect to be gone about three weeks. They expect to attend the Tournament of Roses, at Pasadena, and the Rose Bowl football game between Alabama and California, New Year's Day. The same group made a similar trip two years ago. Farm Equipment Shows Successful The farm machinery demonstrations held by two of the Algona implement houses this week, drew capiicity crowds. The John Deere show, last Saturday, was attended by between 900 nnd 1,000 persons. Tuesday, with inclement weather, the McCormick-Dcerinff program drew an equally large attendance, and the dance thnt evening had a capacity attendance. Long Family Reunion Portland: A Long fnmily reunion was held Sunday at the Ivan Lonfj home near Hurt, nnd attending were the Chris I>ongs, Aleonn; Mrs. John Long, Sr., the John Ltmgs, Jr., Louis Scott, and Mike Long, nil of Burl; and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Long, Portland. Cecil is the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Long. First Lutheran Church M. A. Sjo«trand, pastor Next Sunday: Sunday School at 10 a. m. Sunday School practice at two p. m. Vesper worship at 7:30. Lutheran Brotherhood on Tuesday, Dec. 11, with Rev. George C. Vance, the guest speaker. The Lord's Supper will be celebrated Sunday, Dec. 19, at 11 a. m. Attending a northern district Lutheran brotherhood meeting Tuesday evening at Dayton, Iowa, were the following men from Algona: C. D. Brundag*, president of the local First Lutheran church Brotherhood: H. A. Norman, Gus BJognm, AMU* Hiunhold and the f»v. 1C. A. Bjitrand. Between 100 in all - New Thermostat ic controlled ventilating -:.a heating system Just Installed. Wed. Thru Sat. (Second Feature) Top story—direction—production Richard Arlen Fay Wray in "Murder in Greenwich Village" Plus Hoot Gibson Serial Sun.-Hon., Dec. 12-13 The last mile for rats who think they're bigger than the law. A stirring gangster prison picture. Was tCMrter Member of Evangelical Church; 5 Sons, Daughter Left Lti Verne: Dcnth frvortoolc a charter member of the LuVcrne Evan- Kelicnl church. Nor. 30th. John Blumer was horn April 27. 1845, nt Engi Cnnton Olarus, Switzerland, where ho prow to manhood On May. 1873, he was united hi mnrri- ipro to Elizabeth Marty. In 1880 they rnme to this country, moving to Ronwirk ami to LnVcrno. where they resided on farms until 1907, when they moved to LuVcrne until 1918. They then went to Renwlck, makinR their home there until Mrs. Blumer's death in 1930 when Mr. Blumer entered the Western Old People's Home nt Cednr Falls, where death occurred. Mr. nnd Mrs. Blumer were charter members of the Evangelical church. There are surviving five sons and one daughter, J. C., Clinton, Minn.: John, Salt Lake City, Utah; Henry, Knnpp, Wisconsin; Paul, LuVerne; William, Minneapolis and Mrs. Anna Ostroth, Bay Ctly. Michigan. Services were held at the home at Cedar Falls Wednesday afternoon, nnd at the Evangelical church nt LuVcrne, Friday. The Rev. E. R. Walter had charge of the services here. Mrs. F. J. Lantow and her daughter of Renwick, accompanied by Mildred Lnntow sang "Crossing the Bar" and "Abide with Me". Interment was in the LuVerne cemetery. Mr. Blumer had reached the age of 92. Wesley, Titonka Bowlers Staging Spurt for Lead Wesley and Titonka bowlers were making thing's hot for plnmen In the league at Barry's alleys, holding second and third place, and challenging the leaders, the Courthouse. Standings: W L Pet. Courthouse 1? 7 .708 Wesley 17 10 .630 Titonka ,16 11 .593 Skelly 15 12 .556 Flowers f.t 11 .541 Irvington - II 13 .458 Phillips 11 13 .458 Lti Verne 9 IS .375 Hurt 9 15 .375 Jr. C. C 9 18 .370 Murtagft on Air Governor Krasohvl was unable t'o mnke his weekly broadens! Inst Snturriny noon nnd' nskerl State 'ompfrollpr C. B. Murfngh to pineh- hit for him. Charlie has broad- casted several times for Governor Herring and has a goorf radio voice. He spoke on the duties of the comptroller nnd some of his figures were a revelation. Trucks Load Cattle West Bend: Lymnn Riley drove to Sioux City Sunday afternoon with n load of cnttle for J. B. Mertz. He returned the same night Use the West Stairway Bring Your Garments in For REPAIRING RELINING REMODELING Clopton, the Tailor Phone 38 Over Behlmcrs Sorensen's and Saturday Pancake Flour Ig. bags 15c CorivNo. 2 size can 6 for 49c Pineapple, sliced No. 2£ can 21c Coffee __. 31bs.49c Baked Apples tall can 9c Grapes ,__31b».23c • Christmas Candy, Nuts, Cookie* Leave Your Orders Early for Trees Meat Specials Fancy Veal Roast lb. 18c Fancy Veal Stew lb. 14c Genuine Lamb Boast lb. 22c Fancy Baby Beef Steak, any cut lb. 25c Ham Loaf n>. 23c Pure Homemade Pork Sausage 2 Ibs. 35c Fresh Fish and Oystont TOP PRICE FOR EGGS Sorensen Grocery Co. We Deliver Phone 138-139 MEN WANTED $100.00 a month paid to mta& \ men at first and more later. L cal manager of nationally kfl0W1| company wants to hire levtiw i men for work in this locaMty» deliver orders to farmer*, renttP I service and do other work. FaffiM experience very desirable. CStff necessary. Permanent mfl You only need to give your ntttU ] and address. Address Box 4Mf( : care of this paper. Name _ Address ... For GIFT SUGGESTIONS CUNNING'S Comb, Brush, Mirror Set 25c-49c-$1.00-1.98 Men r s Leather Gloves $1.00 Boxed Kerchiefs 10c-20c-25c-49c Silk or Wool Mufflers 49c Beautiful Phyllis Dons $1.00 to $2.98 Men's Billfolds zipper or laced 25c-40c-$1.00 Toilet Sets Armand's, Pond's Woodbury's 25c-50c-$1.00 Cnrlstmas Cards Ic— 3for5c SPECIAL VALUE 10 in. Rose Glass Salad Bowls 19c Picture Frames all sizes 10c-15c-20c-25c L;ice trimmed Rayon Panties 25c Xiims Boxed Chocolates 25c-59c-79c Cumming's Read The Want Ado—It Pays. --TWI '*'«» Ideal Gifts for Christmas the 1938 PACEMAKER SPEED MODEL TYPEWRITERS DESPERATE MEN Clutching it Sir* JOHN I T E L ANN SHERIDAN MART MAGUIRi (Second Feature) A frolicsome farce W«a4y Barrte CORONA All ready for the opening of school, or for all your writing jobs at home. A model for every purse. Handsome, sturdy, easy to operate. Come in and try one out today. •»> UNDERWOOD Portables, made by the largest typewriter firm in the world . . . new lO.'IB models here, touch control, streamlined for beauty, accuracy, and each one guaranteed. SEE THEM ON DISPLAY AT THE Algona Upper Des Moines

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