The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 11, 1938 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 11, 1938
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•Several Moving In .Wesley Neighborhood Wesley: The C. W. Goslin family moved Friday morning Into the Metz house in the south part ot The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Jan. 11,1938 h e ,. home '»*«* who also that tf s m their .£ town t y th £ former her husb9nd ' Geor * e The Goslins recently sold their acreage in the east end of town to the Studers, expecting to move to Woden, where he operates a K. & H. service station, but because of the shortage of house to rent Woden, the family will remain Wesley with Mr. Goslin makin dally trips to and from his work. A. A. Krueger attended a Stan dard Oil meeting Tuesday evenln at Emmetsburg. STORES ^s^* j lAit--/ Prices Slashed Entire Winter Stock Must Be SOLD IN 10 DAYS RADIO FLOOR SAMPLES Entire Stock To Be Sold 5 Tnbe A. C. Mantel Type, latest 1938 model, -f24.95 value 5 tube A. C., Black, large dial, 1938. $19.95 value INKONTESTS Meet D-M. Twp., Rodman And Bode on Wed., thurs, and Friday '15.95 '12.95 Ottosen: The Ottosen high schoo girls and boys basketball teams have three games scheduled for this week: Wednesday, with D. M T.; Friday, Rodman; and Saturday with Bode. The Ottosen high school boys' and rirls' basketball teams won a doub- e header from the Bradgate teams Triday night on the Bradgate floor. Phe scores were boys 18 to 17 and the girls 44 to 33. Back from Texas Jesse Lovig and Floyd Holt re- urned Friday after spending two weeks in Texas. While there they ttended the Cotton Bowl football ame on New Year's day at Dallas. Edgar Jacobson spent the week nd at home. Oden and Lloyd Har.sen went to South Dakota Tuesday. Miss Martha Elllngson is visiting t the Rasmus Ellingson home in Kiester. Minn. Mrs. Percy Sotne and son of West Bend spent Friday with her mother. Mrs. Ole Knutson. TRMN-ROCKFORD, IOWA: Pictured bv » f«,R~u* JT. d °° r sedan after U had been "truck b> a fast Rock Island freight one mile north of Rockford, Iowa, *r Mnrf«7^ 3 an ,H; M ;, A - T " tum ' 76 '* nd •*«*«> ^tighter Mildred. 45, both of Rockford, were instantly killed. After JhlHrV t C * r i2r, r £n !l i the Center when H stelled on the tr a<"«. the train traveled 1,500 feet before it could be stopped Two inch tat spots were worn on each of the eight drive wheels on the engine as they slid along the rails when the brakes were applied Tire Chains Save up to 25 percent—10 Day Sale only 450x21 Chains, case hardened _ 600x16 Chains per pair 2.35 475x19 Chains same quality Web Strap Chains 450 and 500. each 1.98 Motor Oil Winter PeniK>]ene SAE 30 eal. less Fed Tax Flo E Z Motor Oil SAE 10 2 £ral. Anti-Freeze 2 gallon, brine iii QQ«* vour container •'O*Alcohol Dnrinsr <-ur sale— I WJ_ only _' callnn « K ' C z your container Mrs. Fisher of Perry is visiting her sister. Mrs. Henry Heirikson and Mrs. Rasmussen. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hanson of Whittpmore risittd the Percy Watnem home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Telford and I sons and Mrs. Caroline Teiford spent the week end at Waterloo and I Latimer. I Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hen.-ikson. j Mrs. Rasmussen and M-3. Fisher i Msited at the Tom OL'cn home in j Bode Thursday. i The Presbyterian Ladies Aid met j Friday afternoon in the church parlors with Mrs. Herman Kramer • and Mrs. Clarence Reese hostcs=- es. The Lutheran Ladies' Aid met in the church parlors Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Erick Dahl and Mrs. Norman Hellseth as hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stephenson and daughters moved to Bode last week. Mr. Stepnen^nn will be ' employed at the Savewav store in Bode. About Town Saya Big city taxicab companies and police headquarters who broadcast ed to the world their service of de livering New Tear's revelers imbib- Tires & Tubes LOWEST PRICES IN YEARS Don't Pass These Up 450x21 Commonwealth Casing four ply going at 600x16 Commonwealth Casing 4 ply going at .'4.45 $ 7.95 to freely to their homes have nothing on our own police. Unheraldet and unpubticized they gave free rides within the city in a friendly and routine way. • t For more than 19 years Adrian Sterling had locked the front door of the Foster Furniture company. The same door, th* same lock, the same key. the same man! Nineteen years. Until a parting came. Saturday night Adrian lost the faithful key. It was twisted off at closing time within the lock. In all those years the key was never left behind, always in the pocket. • • • I One Wray got his dock. During ; all the past open season he hunted. Called friends at night for a party in the early following morning. Every day the hunt prevailed. No' cne ever saw him return with a duck. Gene was not to be denied, however. A few days ago he received a duck—Donald Duck in miniature. * « • Remember how Dr. Jonse'* do* brought home rubbers from Neville's outside display? Recently the dog placed at the door a zipper bag containing three pair of shoes, several silk stockings and the like. It cost Doc fifty cents to advertise I r~ i~" >-".•• *"•= -«»ijui»ij meeting and when the Harold Gilmore fam- I of the Parent-Teachers association j ily returned home from the south was held in the high school auditor- I they claimed the goods as having i )um Monday night Mrs. Raymond been mislaid and forgotten. C. Swanson, who was a juvenile " " " court worker in Rock Island. 111., before her marriage to the R«v. Swanson. spoke on juvenile delinquency. Other numbers on the program were a vocal solo by Reuben Lutter, music by the rhythm band from Bwe* township school GRANT ALUMNI , ELECTJONHELD Wallace Reynold, Marjorie Barger, Irene Jun- kermeir Named nurae'a training after spending New Tear's with her father, Wj» Payne. Word was received here that a daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs Oscar Swanstm, formerly of Grant at the Esthervllle hospital, Dec. 24. This Is the second child, the other being a son, 12 years old. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Soren Pederson at Kiester, Minn., Christmas day. This made two new sets of grandparents In Grant. The maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Henry Selberg and the paternal, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Pederaon. Rev. Father Kramer surprised all the youngsters Friday evening with a Christmas treat, all getting an apple, peanuts and candy. Wesleyan's Brother Dies in Vet Hospital Wesley: George Davis received word this week announcing the death of his brother, Floyd ti. Davis, 48, of Merldan, Idaho, he having passed away at the Veterans' hospital in Boise following a siege of pneumonia, tie leaves besides his wife, four children and his brother, George of Wesley. »He grew to young manhood In this vicinity, having gone to Idaho in 1917. The Ladies Mite society met on Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Sugene Pearson. The next meet- ng will be with Mrs. V. V. Frye. "ATHLETE'S FOOT' Itching Toes This ia a most painful and annoying skin infection, causing tiny blisters, whitening and peeling of th* sWn and intense itching between toes and on the sties of the feet. Dr. Scholl's Solves effects complete;; relief to this and similar conditions. 1 Kills fungi growth. Get a jar today.; We carry Dr. Scholl's Foot Comfort Remedies and Appliances for all com-i mon foot troubles. Browne!!'* Tests prove Iso-vis makes cold sterling x ' ^K^* SweaCityP.T.A. Hears Talks on Child Problems Swea City: The January meeting i450x21 Pullmore Snow Tires 4 ply Tire $fi jr exchange ___________ u.**«i 600x16 Pullmore Snow Tires 450x211^068 each Exchange Heaters at Reduced Prices Chev. Cast Iron $1 7Q Heaters 6 cyl * " <Jhev. Cast Iron Manfold Heaters $o no 1929 to 1937 Hot Water Heat-! ers, $7.95 value __ Radio Batteries Lowest Prices in Years 45 volt B Batteries 7Q_ Universal •»'*• Supreme Heavy Duty B Batteries, 45 1 volt, $1.79 values „*• "•^^^^^••••••^•MMi Hardware Prices - Read 98c 79c Four Tine Manure Forks Snow Shovels, each Fork Handles each Bushel Baskets galvanized Wash Tubs, large size Milk Pails 1/2 quart 69c 69c Car Batteries 6 volt, guaranteed I year exc 6 volt Car Batteries, sturdy, 18mos. guar ex Window'GIass All sixfs lowest prices 8x10 in. 5c per sheet 9x12 in. 8c per sheet 12x24 22c per sheet 12x26 25c per sheet • "»^^w*>^^^^^B^M^H Clean Sweep of Used Radios Every Used Radio in Our Store Must Be Sold FIRST HERE -FIRST SERVED 4.00 ,7.50 7.50 One 2 Volt, 6 tube A AC .•onsoii- li-.-,s luntfi-v***'*' One AC, 6 tube C AA console radio J.vU One 5 tube, 2volt. k-sshatt.-iy 1 Coronado, 2 volt C 7C table, l.-s.s | )a , 1( .j. v U.lD One 5 tube, AC, radii.. ^,,i l)!4 ; ,t 1 Philco, 2 volt, able mod. jr.^ (,;, 1 Sentinel AC, tube, at 1 Coronado, 6 tube Q "TC No. 2 and several numbers by the school band. Post-Nuptial Shower _ Florence Alberts and Bernfce Vaughn were hostesses at miscellaneous post-nuptial shower at the Vaughn home honoring Mrs. Clyde Sanders, Friday night. The guests were friends and relatives or the bride, numbering about 24 The W. C. T. U. met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs Fred 8«ylar. Mr;. Jenni? McCrary had charge of the program. The Bethlehem Lutheran Ladies' Aid will meet Thursday at the church. The hostesses are Mrs. Millen Jennen and Mrs. Marvin Uhr. Ivan Elliot underwent an operation for appendicitis and hcrnU at EstherviJle. He is recovering nicely and expects to be home this v.-eek. Mrs. C. F. Peterson recently went to Denver to spend the wintsr with her sons. Arthur and Anthon Peterson, and her daughter, Mrs Lawrence Deim. The Virgil Blomsters moved into the house vacated by the Ralph Ewing family Thursday. The Buell Johnson family moved into the Hlomster roorn.s vacated by the Hlornsters. Uloria Linde who recently hcd an operation for appendicitis at Es- Iherville ia convalescing at the Anna Larson home, pending the time the Harry Line family is released from scarlet fever quarantine. The Baptist Ladies' Guild will meet Friday. Jan. 14 at the Guild hall, with Mrs. Emil Larson, Mrs. John Jongberg and Mrs. E. 8 Anderson as hostesses. Program leaders are Mrs. Jennie McCrary and Mrs. L. G. Echholm and a reading by Phyllis Hammond. The M. E. Ladies' Aid society will meet Wednesday afternoon Jan. 12, with Mrs. Fred McGregor' Mrs. C. C Gushing and Mrs. P. j' Htlmke as hostesses. Mrs. Anna Uark will lead the devotions, and Airs Hay Lord in the lesson Jead- Music will be by Mrs. Earl Hanseii. H. S. Vaughn's Son in Indiana The ileath of Courtlarid Vau;?;, . wa* enronn-led in a ..lipping »,-,„„ Hie Uerr.-er I'ost. sent us by \V-n.i.- Klii.-,, fonner Kossuth county ncw.,- l-aper man. a reudent of I^nver lor the past 30 year.-,. Air. Vaughn who wai 'M year, old. had been a (evident uf Mo.Mj flio Indiana for ;• number of y,..-,,.., after leaving K-,,ver. He wa, a ,on of the Jat., it. h. \aughn. a one-armed koldiur u! 111'.- Civil War and for many a l.-ading Alyona attorney and -:... man, who moved to bad dog is a good dog after all. The city council Is divided on the idfe of changing the names of the streets and house numbers. Once and for all they should be arranged and altered. A full page of reasons coutd be printed. A party train a new home of several thousand dollars cost, went to the city clerk for a house number and was informed there were two 500 block;, on that street. A number was ,in- tained with the assertion it may not be right. Not one person in 'Algona, including the letter carriers, can place the direction of all the street-i as they now stand. • * * Milwaukee U called the "CriniP- less City." The mayor of that city gives the reason in urging other communities to follow its plan. Every public school in Milwaukee Is open evenings, all evening. Boys and girls gather for meetings, plav or study. The schools are owned by the taxpayers and through their support give some place for the children to go at night. Kids are going out in Algona. What better plare at such small cost could be obtained? Algona needs it. • » « . The Smoke Shop ha* on dicplay a pipe owned by Alex Neilsen and possessed by his family for over a century. It is genuine meerschaum with silver platings. A long «tem of pliable weaving and a silver cov- tr for the bow) with a ring on it for placing and carrying in the pocket at the same time enjoying a smoke. • • » The home purchfuwd by County Auditor Kinsey Is on the exact site ot an old hay barn. Some thirty years ago the big barn was a •tor- age plate for baled hay the same as an elevator for grain is today. A few rods to the south wher* the Uouford coal sheds are lor ated used to be a slough where Algonians trapped muskrats. • • • ThoM high tcbool ba»ketr<r» have no sympathy for a fellow's nerves. The last two home «arne» they waited until the late part of the game to come out ahead. Coach Findlay is in for a season like Coach Berger went through; last minute hair-raising spurts to victory • « • * Folka are going through all iorU of means and expenses to promote safety on the highway and then permit their kids and others to ride on bobsled* towed by a long rope behind cam. The driver usually attempts to nee how big ,t scare he 'an give the riders through traffh and around corners fast on the slippery ice. Of course we'll wait until teveral are mangled before this un- ne< bbsary sport is tabooed. Grant: The Grant alumni asso- soclation banquet was held at the 3rant school. Friday evening, Dec 31. There were 42 present Mar lorie Barger was toastmlstress. The following officers were electee for the coming year. Wallace Key nold, president; Marjorie Barger vice president, and Irene Junker- neier, secretary and treasurer were nstalled. It was voted that the lanquet be held next year on Dec 8. Birthday Surprise A surprise party was held at the *vm. Speicher home in honor of jladys Speicher and Lucille Mine's 6th birthdays, Wednesday evening f last week. Part of the evening -as spent in tobogganing and the rest in playing games. There were 40 friends present. A lunch was served at a late hour by Mrs. Wm Speicher and Mrs. Roy Mino. Reuben Lutter has been spending a tyo weeks' vacation with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Lutter at Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mino have oeen spending the past two weeks visiting friends and relatives around Avoca and Harlan. Muriel Payne returned to Marshalltown where she is taking 1 "* * I Three Fin* Moloi Oils Iso:'/isjnc»ns30<'a<7t, lso-Vmnbull«J5-«qt. Polarinein bulk 20raqt. ^^.^J\\l|l|p.t;A MOKE fat THIS SALE They're Reduced! S& Prints 13c yard Lay in a supply for spring sewing and school dresses. Misses Coats Just the coat you have been waiting for in sizes 14 to 20 —regular $10.95 value. $ Women's Fall HATS $ A line selection and a "giveaway" price. Pillow Tubing, 42 inch _25c Pillow Cases 2 for 25c Chatham Pillow Cases _25c 81x99 Sheets 35c Bleached Sheeting Outing Flannel jQO Girls'—Misses' UNION SUITS We Values 47o Blankets Decidedly Lower TKan Regular Price Cotton Double Blankets, $1 $1.79 value i« Part Wool Double Blankets, $2.79 value Fancy Plaid—Part Wool Blankets, $3.50 value I u •Mr The y , JUnger \iiiii<l.'u w.i., a jjiHtluate of tht e/^iy of Culorad.j and received re in civil eii«inc(.rina from JOE BLOOM COAST-TO-COAST STORE. Algona -- Uiiiv..'i-.-.]ty uf VV;.x Cl 'ii'i Vau.;hn k-uves iJow. » daughter unij i.-iejii'e Meyer of Phil Mother. Harold .S. ir.x-r. Court- be.-.i<Je a his , ,i,lt-r Mr.i dcJijIiia and Vaujjlin o/ Jim AckcMiiai,, Mrs. Frank nd Anna J-'laig drove to Ej,- c Wednesday to cali on Mta. flurenee Knderaon and new son at the hoapitaJ there. The most important thing in all the world is the thing you have in mind to do. No sane man will leave his house unlocked, windows open a firt buriimig in the fireplace the Ka.s water heater turned on. and the electijc iron still plugged in. No safe and .sane driver will leave hi.-j trui k unattended unlvbn he does Uu- following things: Hhut.i olf the engine and seU lli-j lergi-ney brake; places it in iow gear; makes sure that he in not opj.ed on u curve, or on a crest of lull, or at any point where traffic- can not sec hia vehicle froiw all direction*. These are some of the important things ia driving. Women's Unions 44c Rayon Stripe Unions _.. 59c Men's 98c ribbed unions 77c Men's part wool Unions 1.09 Part Wool Socks . _ .pair lOc Women's Flannellet PAJAMAS or GOWNS •fl and $1.10 Valm; 77c Snow Suits attractively priced $4.98 value 4 to 10 yrs. BoyV Girla' Suits, Butts 6.49 $7.49 values values $5.37 $5.97 Misses' Ribbed Hose Mottled, liayon and\ Cotton 2 pair f HOUSE OOATS WASH FROCKS •tii.OO values $ 1.69 Surnt- ot the choicest coats and Urc-a.->t.'j we've had for lute fall are ulill here awaiting your selection at this Clenr- uway price. Yards For Fancy check and stripe patterns. Dark or light grounds. 36 Inches wide. Featured special for this event. ' Cotton Batts 2 for 3* Mountain Mist 81x90 in. 49c "Soderite" 3 Ib. stitched 63c Brown .Muslin .8 yards 59c Bleached Muslin .yard He HALF PRICE TABLE Items from all over the store. Your choice M Price Ladies wool, cotton hose 23c BI. Sheets, 81x99 in 98c Men'« Flannel Shirts _ _87c Men's Bl. lined Jackets $1.39 Boys' Bl. lined Jackets 98c SWEATERS Sweaters for children, women, men Our entire atock at this price 32 piece Dinner Sets $2.98 9x12 Armstrong Rugs _ _. I$5.95 Ex. Lge. Enameled Waste Baskets _ 49c ~^™~ « •• w • • i Department Stores 4 Of f VMM PAJAMAS, OOWKS AND SLIPS $1.(X) values 79c Tuck Stitch and Balbriggw, Pajanuw-a piece , t yta,. ^ onGowna. Bias cut slip* Hi-

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