The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 11, 1938 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 11, 1938
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Th« Algona Upper Pea Moiaea, Algona, Iowa, Jan. 11,1933 J Pat Collen spent Sunday In Km- metsburg visiting friends. Kent spent Saturday to 3tolnei on a business trip. ", 1» O. Hantoa and T. H. Hofcnes, :Sr., were in Mason City Friday on business. Hn*h Herman is Improving ly from an Illness which has lasted •over a year. Merle Olson of Bode to the new 'bartender at the Pine Room in the : Hotel Algona. Alice Kaln, school teacher at Whittemore, spent the week end •with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Kaln. Mrs<. Harry Ward Is suffering 'from another severe attack of sciatica. She has been confined to her bed for three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Jacobson attended the funeral of Mrs. Jacob- eon's uncle, W. H. Chance at Zearing, Iowa, Sunday afternoo*. Drennan Matties of Asms and John Baldwin of St. Louis, Missouri, •were business visitors here,'Saturday. „ County Agent A. I/. Brown attended a meeting for county agents of the second district at Garner, Saturday. The address of Win. H. Gllbrlde, Algonfen wintering In Florida, Is 144-91H AvenUe, N. &, St. Petersburg, Florida. E. 9, Van Ness was dismissed from the Kossuth hospital Monday, after being confined several days for medical care. . . A. Foster left Sunday evening for Chicago for the furniture mar- He will purchase Ms spHng -•••"-"—•- for the Foster IOWA Wed. Thru. Sat, Jan. 12-lSth TEX & his Boy Scout Pals blaze new trails The famous Singing Cowboy rides hard with Young America and tracks down a gang of desperadoes after a $1,000,000 gold nine. You II have the thrill of your life watching this new type of Western. • SCOUTS.TRIUMPH OVER OUTLAWS! BANDITS BROUGHT •TO JUSTICE IN A RUNNING GUN FIGHT! TBX HITTER .M. ALLAH LANS HEATHER AN6CL SOIL-MOIL, Jan. 16-11 Otto Krueger in "GLAMOROUS NIGHT" Second Feature Smith Bellew In "HAWAnjTN BUCKHROO" Extended Run Tuesday and Wednesday Jan. 18-18 JOEL McCREA BQff BURNS DEE Prloeu 10c-86c ket. line of furniture Furniture store. At the executive meeting the Degree of Honor last Thursday eve- nlng a shower was glVeh In honor of Mrs. Roy Woolrldge. A light lunch was served. Mrs. Ben Winkle celebrated hfer 79th birthday Saturday by giving a dinner. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Presley Sarchett and Mr. and Mrs. Claire Winkle and two sons. Mrs. Harry Brown of Denver, Colorado, arrived Monday morning from Denver, Colorado, for a visit of several weeks with her mother, Mrs. R. J. Hutchison. Jesse Beamlch of Iowa Falls arrived Saturday for a visit of several days with his sister, Mrs. J. C. Stewart and his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Beamish. Mr. and Mrs. James Blbert and daughter, Shirley, drove to Wesley, Sunday, to visit the former's mother, Mrs. Margaret Elbert, who is visiting the Leo Waldschmldt home. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Clayton and daughter, Jean, and Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Henry and family were guests at a six o'clock dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Martin, Friday evening. Eleanor Payne spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Payne. Eleanor, student nurse at the Mercy hospital In Mason City, has been on night duty or the past month. Mr. and Mrs. William Geerlng iave moved from the Vera apartments formerly occupied by Mr. nd Mrs. Holman Anderson, and the Andersons have moved into the MM. C. R. Lewis KM been in for the past three weeks. She has been cared for by a trained nurse. Lacille Black to the new bookkeeper and office girl In the Knise- 'ratt house on Nebraska street Mr. and Mrs. Maurice McMahon ook the former's parents, Mr. and itrs. S. E. McMahon to Mason City, Sunday, from where the elder Mc- ifahons continued by train to San Antonio, Texas, to remain during he winter months. The marriage ceremony of Dr. Jlenn H. Leemhuls of St. Paul, {Inn,, and Ruth Mattson, Duluth, linn., was performed Saturday aft- rnoon in the office of Justice of 'eace P. A. Danson who read the single ring ceremony. Dr. and Mrs. A. Wilmay of St. Paul, Minn., witnessed the marriage. Mrs. diet Williams and son, Bob, took Mr. Williams and Lyle Reynolds to Mason City, Sunday afternoon from where they went on to St. Paul via the Rocket.. Mr. Williams and Mr. Reynolds are to spend several days in the Twin Cities to purchase mercahndlse for the Hub clothing store. Mrs. Williams and Bob spent the remainder of the day visiting Mr. Williams' parents, Mr and Mrs. J. R. Williams, whose home Is In Mason City. Blossom Insurance Agency office. Aria Bakken has resigned as clerk at James drug store, and Is now employed at the Cowan Building Supply Company. Mrs. Henry Johannsen, Jr. entered the General hospital, Saturday, where she Is receiving treatment for a streptococcus infection. Mr. and Mrs. Art Kuecker left today (Tuesday) for Houston, Texas, where Mr. Kuecker Is to be employed for the next few months. Walter Meyer attended the United States Tire dealers meeting at the Hotel Fort Des Molnes at Des Molries last week Wednesday. Mrs. Meyer also made the trip. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Walker and son, Roy, will leave Thursday for a few days at Sioux City and Salix on business, and to visit the Roy Walkers, Norman's parents. Myron Ludwlg left Sunday for Rochester, Minnesota, where he will go through the Mayo clinic for a general check-up. Mr. Ludwig has been in poor health for the past two years. Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Clopton have rented the Vera apartment which was formerly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bell. The Bells are now occupying the Win. C. Dau house on south Dodge street. Lula Kohl was dismissed from the Kossuth hospital Monday afternoon following an appendectomy. She will stay at the home of her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Kohl, until she regains her strength. Lawrence Gillesple was able to go back to work last week after being laid up several days as the result of Mr*. Battle Kranz, who makes her headquarters at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Theo. Chrlschllles, left Sunday, for Manhattan Beach, California, where she will spend the Winter with Her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Kranz. Mrs. S. J. Ffcrdal left Friday to return to her home in Adel, Iowa. She has spent the past two and a half weeks visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. 8. Blossom. Mr. Farda! was also a guest at the Blossom home during the past two week ends. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph M'edke returned last week Saturday from a ten day's holiday trip to Mollne, where they visited their respective parents, Mrs. August Mledke. and Mr. and Mrs. Warren C. Giles and to Cincinnati, and through Kentucky. Frank Kohlhaas, vice president of the Security State Bank, and his sister, Dean, of near St. Joe, will leave Thursday to be gone until the first of March on a trip south They will go to Texas, there westward to a fall "on the Ice. He has resolved to take no more short cuts down the alley to the post office until the ice is gone. Mrs. J. D. Brecn of Ti tonka trill and west, and from California. Word has been received from Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Cowan that they arc enroute to Vero Beach, California, via Georgia. Mr. and Mrs. Cowan spent New Year's with Mri. Cowan's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Dale at Philadelphia, Penn. LeRoy was recently married. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rlst and Chas. Nicoulin took the Rlst daughter, Alice to Mason City, Saturday afternoon, where she began the return trip to Washington, D. C., on the Rocket. Alice, who is employed in a secretarial position In the agricultural department, had been visiting her parents and friends in Algona for the past three weeks. Mrs. Kate Turner died In a Des Moines hospital last week following two major operations. She had been confined in the hospital for several weeks. She Is survived by five children, Harold, Glen, Grace, Blanche, Dorothy and Nina. The Turner family lived In Algona for Molnes. Harold Is now a prominent business maft of San Antonio, Texas. Nick Fnhrman, former well knowji southern Kossuth man, who moved to Portland, Oregon, some years ago, in sending his subsirtp- tlon to the Upper Des Molnes, says: •We are having a lot of rain here at present, and the last few days It rained so hard that It did a lot of damage—lots of washouts and slides. We haven't had any snow here in Portland yet, but there Is lots of snow all around us. Wish- Ing you a very happy new year." Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe of the Titonka Topic, was a visitor in Algona Saturday and said that Editor Wolfe has returned to the Veterans' hospital In Des Moines for further treatment. He Is getting along nicely and expects to be home again soon. His is a nervous trouble that affects his limbs, and It Is yielding to treatment satisfactorily. In the meantime, Mrs. Wolfe is getting out a very good paper. All are hoping for Lee's early complete recovery. Mary Myers Weds— Announcement has been made of the marriage of Mary Myers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Myers of Algona to Dean McCormlck, son of C. W. McCormlck of Wyoming. The young couple are honeymooning in California, and upon their return will visit brothers and sisters of the bride here. Mr. and Mrs. McCormlck will then return to Wyoming to make their home. Auxiliary to Meet— Members of the Auxiliary of the American Legion will meet at the home of Mrs. E. W. Evans in the Backus apartments on Wednesday, Jan. 12, at two p. m. to sew carpet rags, for use in the Veterans hospital at Knoxville, and to listen to the radio program presented over WOT by the Iowa Department of the Auxiliary. Double Foursome — Mrs. G. W. Stillman and Mrs. Duane Dewel entertained at a double foursome Monday evening at the former's home. Mrs. Shllts Entertains— Mrs. Clarence Shllts entertained the members of her newly organized bridge club nt two tables Wed- nesday afternoon. There are nine members In this bl-we*lcly club A dessert was served and brllgs followed. Prizes ware received by Mrs. Fred P.wfcs and Mrs. Frost Friday evening the Pioneer Hl- bred Seed Company entertained at a banquet and busnless meeting in the dining room of Hotel Algona. Perry M. Collins, assistant manager of the Des Molnea branch, was In charge of the meeting. Phone 234 Nora Nut or Lump Hot—Clean Little Ash Raesly Lumber Co. Mel B. Griffin, Mpr. Near Milwaukee Depot live with her daughter, Stella Mae in Algona, during the winter months. They have taken an apartment here in town. Stella Mae is employed as stenographer for Attorney J. L. Bonar. A baby girl, Judith Jo, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Gordon of Coffeyville, Kansas. Saturday afternoon, January 1, 1938. Mrs. Gordon will be remembered as Theresa Von Bank, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Von Bank of West Bend. The meeting of the Queen Esther group of the Methodist church that was to be held Monday evening has been postponed to Monday, January 17, because of the fellowship meeting held there Monday evening. Mrs. Rae Asher is the leader of the group. Mrs. Thomas Akre and son, Donald, left Sunday morning to drive to California. Mrs. Akre will make 'an extended visit with her daughter, ' Mrs. Harry Pratt, and Donald will ifttuifi and enter the University of Iowa at Iowa City for the final semester. Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Leigh and family spent last week Monday and Tuesday visiting at the home_of_Mr. many years before moving to Des Wesley Town Team Wins from Corwith Wesley: The Wesley town team of basketball players trounced Corwith in a game on the local floor Tuesday night winning by a score of 33 to 28. This Is the fifth game played by the locals, all being won by the Wesley team. The high school boys played the Thompson team and won by a score of 56 to 28 with Charles Kraus alone making 29 of the 56 points. The local girls lost by a score of 31 to 16. Lillian Johnson, forward on the Wesley team, fell and tore the ligaments of one of her knees that evening necessitating her remaining home from school for several days. r<el Canto Cluli— Mrs. J. L. Bonar entertained the Bel Canto music club members at a one o'clock luncheon at her home. Mrs. Sylvia Gunn was the leader of the lesson. Keep in Style As fashions change a remodeling will keep your clothes always up to the minute. Is your spring suit the correct length? If not bring it up. REPAIRING RELINING REMODELING Clopton The Tailor Good Cleaning Shows . . . Thorp is simply no question .about ' our quality cleaning— it. shows. Profit by it— use our services regularly,' Look your best and at the same time oconomi/c through longer wear. Our service pleases the most exacting. If you haven't tried our laundry service, do so now. Phone 330. Elk Cleaners Across from ncW Post Office Norman Perry Order And Be Sure You Specify Peeflees You will find it keeps you warm in cold weather. Makes your heat dollars go farther. A trial will convince you. The ash content is low because all the heat units are utilized as the fuel burns. Peerless ignites readily, and holds a hot fire. Order a good supply today to tide you through the next six weeks of cold weather. Botsford Lumber Co. Phone 256 Jim Pool where they had spent the holidays to their home In Grand Forks, North Dakota. Mrs. A. O. Sonnerholm and daughter, Arlene, of Crystal Lake and Mrs. A. P. Nelson of Brltt were guests of Mrs. Holman Anderson, Friday afternoon. Mrs. Sonnerholm Is Mrs. Anderson's mother, nnd the other women, are her sisters. .Mr. and Mrs. Lrland Johnson anil two children of Spencer nnd Mr. and Mrs. John Helcm of Greenville were dinner guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Norman J. Crawford. Saturday noon. Mr. nnd Mrs. Heiem nre Mrs. Crawford's parents, nnd Mrs. Johnson is Mrs. Crawford'H sister. Kate Skinner spent tlie week end with her mother, Mrs. Anna Skinner. Kate returned from a week spent in Chicago attending a sales meeting for Glnn & Company. Kate will work in eastern Iowa for the next ten days and then will go to Michigan to work for several weeks. .Mr. and Mrs. DertTJeal will leave Wednesday to attend the Master Painters of Iowa state convention to be held at Waterloo. They will return Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Deal will stop at Cedar Falls to visit their daughter, Gwendolyn, who is attending the Iowa State Teachers college. H. O. Rleken returned the first of last week from a month's visit in Illinois, Wisconsin and Indiana. While there he visited a relative who had 25 acres of corn which yielded 127 bushels to the acre. Mr. Rieken planned to leave Monday with Merle Wellendorf for Texas, where they will spend the remainder of the winter. E. V. Pierce, conservation officer and Paul A. Wille, custodian of the Call State Park, left this morn- Ing, (Tuesday) for Des Moines. The State Conservation Commission has culled a two-day meeting to get their force in for a school of instruction. J. D. Lowe, president of the Iowa ^ Conservation League, plans to attend one of the sessions, which is open to the public. Mrs. B. M. Southgate is to leave for Long Beach, California, Sunday. She will spend two or three months there with her daughter, Mrs. Nicholas Furjanlck, and her son, Dr. Paul Southgate. Mrs. Southgate will be in Seattle to spend the spring with another daughter, Mrs. Don Thorp. Mrs. Sputhgato has been living here with her daughter, Mr". Theo. Herbst Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Hllsteadt and daughters, Betty and Joan, will move to Boone, Iowa, the latter part of this week to make their permanent residence. Mr. Hilsteadt will travel for the Schall's Candy Company. The Hllsteudt'a have resided in Algona for the past three and one half years. Elaine, the eldest daughter, will remain In Algona, and will live at the A. H. Stock residence. She is employed in the Botsford Lumber Company office. B. R. HutxeU, manager of the McCormick£>eerlng store, Frank MUner, hla assistant, Walter M. Schancke and John Morgan returned Sunday from Minneapolis, where they had spent a week attending a McCormick-Deering school of Instruction. The school was a series of all day sessions, aech day devoted to some special line of ICc Cormlck-D«erlng machinery. Th*r« w«rt eight branch nouses represented. Mr- Morgan if the local dairy 1 « i« •U&H «*i —'— sai»Hm,an, ana is* gtneral 3%%%%gj^g%%%%g%gg!%%j^%%g%3%%3^^^ ZENDER & CALDWELL'S Dissolving Partnership ve vmted -our store in the past week KNOW to what great extent we have gone to make this sale a source of real SAVINGS TO YOU and as to how low all our goods are marked. The actual cost and less than cost dominates on every article. Once again we a»k you to view the lowest prices ever offered on only the highest quality of goods. This is NOT A CATCH AS CATCH CAN SALE—but is a storewide MAN TO MAN REDUCTION organized by us to raise proper funds to complete the contract which a partnership dissolution brings on. Men's Suits Tell Your Friends about this great sale; they will also enjoy the savings which we have to offer on quality clothing. We urge you now to come in and buy and bring your friends along. Press Pants For Men and Boys One Special Lot of all wool C QC fabrics— think of it __________ ._ * J » OJ A good looking group of good mod- Q *7C els and fabrics, go at only ______ J.IJ 40 more suits besides our previously advertised range are added to this group. This price is less 1 ? OC than wholesale _________________ 1J.O«I Dress Shirts You must see these values above all else. Broadcloths of the finest count, in QQs* values up to $1.50 only ________ »_ ** Manhattans, Marlboroughs, Fruit of the Loom makes — the best of values QQx» at only _________________________ * WH * *2.00 1 £7 1/f< The famous "Arrow" make $2.50 Shirts at NECKTIES $1.00 ties reduced to 79c 76c ties reduced to 64c I50c tiea reduced to 39c A special group of values in all wool punt for men, values to 3.25 for only Group Two includes fancy models and good staple worsteds, values supreme at One great lot of Boys' wool pants, all sizes--colors and models- only WORK PANTS FOR MEN Grey heavy weight covert cloth—a good punt for any Qfttf* occasion of work ... 5F«B1» A top quality heavy covert punt 1.19 Choppers' Mitts Reverse Horsehides, Moccasin tipped, a real mitt for wear. J'ut tills one on your list at only Liners for chopper mitts, \'-_> wool—long 1Q r wristk-t—unlv lt/c Overcoats • Group One Heavy tweeds, good materials, a real price 9.75 • Group Two Full belts, half belts, all new models, wonderful all wool fabrics 12.50 Group Three—NeviT before have > on heard of values in overcoats like this— and truly they are selling like hot cakes. Griffon made, heavy weights—California weights and topcoats these; are 1C CA typical #10.00 values, only Iv.JW Here is a real buy—a Gordon made 50 in. sheeplined coat—brown laskin limib collar—heavy weight brown 11 £C moleskin shell—think of it H.w Work Shirts We want you to see all the values we have to offer—but one in particular you must buy for sure?—a heavy weight winter covert doth shirt, $l.'25 value we are selling for BOYS' PLAY SUITS denim • One special lot of striped suits priced for quick sale at only play 45c • Big Smith overall, re-1 1Q duced 30c a pair down to *•**' The famous Pilot overall for 69c lb' Ib. weight union suits 79c 10% wool union suits

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