The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 15, 1938 · Page 5
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Tuesday, February 15, 1938
Page 5
Start Free Trial

K.&H.OilOpem Adverting Serie* The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Feb. IB, 1938 «* , better acquaint e peopfc of Koasuth county with Its ad tbe and products begins In a paper, with the flr'st of a . ... , c : * "• company has 1380 stockholder members in this territory. General offices of the com??"•£. w !il ch °P era tes stations In Algona, Tltonka, Corwlth, Wesley Bu^Sexton, Bancroft, and Woden are s* Wesley. J. p. studer is secretary and manager. HOOD'S I. G. A. STORE SPECIALS^ Tues., Wed., Thurs. Free Delivery Pork & Beans, Van Camp med size Eolgers or Butternut 2 Ibs. for Potatoes, Irish Cobblers, peck 19c Butter, No. 1 quality, 1 Ib. _. 32c CJorn, No. 2 stan- OC- dard, 3 cans **'*' Cookies, plain and fancy mix, 1 Ib. __ Grapefruit, Texas 00*. seedless, 1 doz. ««'*» Lettuce, large, 2 for 13c ; Lard, 2 Ibs. 21c T-Bone Steak, per Ib. Veal Chops, per Ib. ( Pork Liver, 2 Ibs'for ... 19c Mr. and Mrs. 8. D. Wilson wer guests of their son, J. E. Wilson at Tltphka. Ed Sheehan left Sunday f or Jfef ferson, Iowa, where he will be o business until Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Glddlngs o Wesley visited Thursday with th letter's mother, Mrs. May Harris. Mrs. A. J. Keen ha* moved Infc the upstairs apartment at the Ante Anderson home on North Harla street. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tubbeslng o Mason Clttr were Sunday guests a the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wallac McDougall. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Cowan an Mrs. G. D. Martin were In Masoi City Monday on a business am pleasure trip. Cart Vohs of West Bend was i guest Wednesday afternoon am evening of his parents, Mr. am Mrs. G. L. Vohs. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson o Titonka were Sunday dinner guest; of the former's parents, Mr. am Mrs. S. D. Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miner and children of Emmetsburg were ?uests of Mrs. Miner's mother, Mrs U. E. Potter, Sunday. Patty, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hollls Trainer, has been un able to attend school since Thura day being ill with mumps. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Sullivan and daughter, Sheila, drove to Emmetsburg Sunday and visited Mrs. Sul- livan'a mother, Mrs. Daniel Kelly Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Anderson anc son, Jerry Bob, spent Sunday visiting Mrs. Anderson's parents, Mr and Mrs. A. O. Sonnerholm at Crystal Lake. David Beck was in Des Moines from Monday until Friday attending a hardware convention. He is a salesman for the Harper Mclntyre Company. Baby Roy Walker, son of Mr. anc! Mrs. Norman Walker, is recuperating from an illness of several weeks Be Ready for an Early Spring Check up now on the lining of your spring coat or topcoat. iring Relining Remodeling Clopton THE TAILOR Phone 38 Over Behlmera Starting Sunday, Feb. 20—4 Days New Policy at Iowa, March and April—Top Attractions only with selected Short Subects. Matinee 1-3-5, Sunday prices 10-26c; night prices 10c-36c. Both of Roy's ear drums gathered aiftd broke. Mr. and Mrs. Art Mathes AIM daughter, Arlene, and Mrs. Jack Johnson of.RoJfe, spent Tuesday at the Ed Hansen home. The'women are sisters. Janice and Carol Jean Vohs, the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Vohs of West Bend, spent the week end visiting their grandparents, Mr arid Mrs. G. L. Vohs. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond L. Beamish and children, Jean and Jerry were Sunday guests of the former's brothe'r and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Beamish at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Btankenshlp of Gait and H. F. Kersey of Gait were Wednesday dinner guests oi Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Jaccbson. Mr. Kersey is Mrs. Jacobson's father. Mrs. C. T. Myers and daughter, Louise of Mason City were guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Martin from Thursday until Saturday. Mrs. Martin is also a daughter of Mrs. Myers. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. McCall of Kenosha, Wisconsin, returned to their home after a visit with Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Shlerk, since Tuesday. Mrs. McCall is Mrs. Shlerk's mother. Roy Benin of Mason City came Saturday night to take his wife and son, David, home. The latter two had been visiting Mrs. Berrle's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Barry, since Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Kresensky of Mankato were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alf Kresensky, and Mrs. J. C. Kresensky. The men are brothers, and Mrs. J. C. Kresensky is their mother. Josephine Dahlhauser, who Is employed at the Algonquin confectionery, returned to work Saturday. She had been ill since Tuesday, and had been at the home of her parents near West Bend. D. D. Clapsaddle celebrated his 78th birthday Sunday at a family dinner at the home of his son, H. D. Clapsaddle. Another son and' wife, Dr. and Mrs. J. D. Clapsaddle of Burt, were also guests. W. J. Fuller is quarantined at his home with scarlet fever. The quarantine sign was hung up Tuesday. The Fuller children, Enid, Marilyn and Billy are staying at the C. W. Bergfleld* home at this time. Rev. J. H. Doms of Burt called on Mr. and Mrs. Frank Geigel on Friday. He Is th« Presbyterian minister at Burt, and had come to Algona to visit some Burt people who are ill in the Kossuth hospital. Dr. and Mrs. W. O. Bourne left Monday morning for a two weeks' vacation trip in the south. They expected to visit Tulsa, Oklahoma, •Ihreveport, Louisiana and New Orleans, and other points of Interest Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Stephenson left Saturday for Newton where they will pay a two weeks' visit at the home of their son, Ellis. Mr. Stephenson Is having a two weeks' vacation.- He is employed at the CCC camp at Bancroft. Margaret Mlddleton of Eagle 3rove wa* a guest of her aunt, Mra. Mra. H. M. Potter was a guest o Mrs. R. E. Jenkins in Fort Dodg Friday and Saturday. Merlin Little Is In Des Molne* today (Tuesday) on business for th Klassie Motor Company. Loot* and Henry Pannkuk spen Saturday afternoon at the home o their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B Pannkuk. Charles Cretemeyer, student a the Harvard University, Is horn for a visit with his parents, Dr. an Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Steward anc son, Merton, were guests of th former's sister, Mrs. A. B. Pann kuk, Saturday afternoon. Jack Johnston, Sr., was confined at home on account of illness sev eral days last week, but was able tc be back on the job Thurdsay. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. IJttle were guests at a dinner-bridge party a the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. T Mikelson at Humboldt Sunday eve ning. Mr. and Mrs. Leo SplUes and MaYgaretleftSai SUNDAY-WEDNESDAY Feb. 20-23 March 0-9 SUNDAY-WEDNESDAY SUNDAY-WEDNESDAY March «0-«S SUNDAY-WEDNESDAY Feb. 27-March 2 SUNDAY-WEDNESDAY March 13-16 COMING Thursday, Friday, Saturday of each week double feature, western action, comedy. Selected thrill and fun shows with serial. Prices lOc-Zlc. Colwell Live Stock AUCTION Fair GroinMs,^Algona, Friday, Feb. 18 This TB'T. held weekly, I* attracting an Immense crowd of •took buyer*, farm buyers and visitor*, not even standing room. MeedkW to My, we are having a real sale. The consignor* haVHonlklence here that they can *eU their stock for all it 1* B competitive market The buyer* know hi advance wiUbTpleotyrf*to0k to bid on, where the la*t bid owut the stock. Will have a nice run of veal calve* ahto some older and larger than veal* to select from. HOGS-teeding pig*, brood sow*. Bring vaccination cert- CATTLE—We will have the usual good run of all weights, ecU and ascriptions. We have consignor, that take advant- rf a^satetJdl«P<M« of their entire herd and ftnlsh up well have wwie work horse* and colta that will Do not expect lust year 1 , price*. Had a good Mto on horse* la*t week. UflO good cedar post*. Will have *ome good bred ewes and lamb*. u* sale interesting to all and Make it H. M. Colwell, Mgr. CoiweU Bro*, Awct*. .turday night for Detroit, Michigan, for a month's visit with Mrs. Rice's daughter, Mrs. Chas. A. DuCharme. Mrs. Warren Recce of New Prov- dence, Iowa, who will be remembered as Evelyn Sorensen, visited at he home of her brother and wife, rfr. and Mrs. Dick Sorensen, from Tuesday until Saturday, when she returned to her home with her hus- mnd, who came for her Saturday. Betty Gunn and a friend, Jane Darger of Evanston, Illinois, were week end guests of the former's mother, Mrs. Sylvia Gunn. Both girls arc students at the Iowa State College, Ames. Jon I.OWP left Saturday nlj;lit for Baltimore, Maryland, to attend a national meeting of the Wildlife Conservation League. Mr. Lowe is state president and is representing the state of Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Miller were in attendance at a bankers' convention at the Hotel Fort Des Moines in Des Moines from Wednesday until Friday. R. H. Miller ia president of the Iowa State Bank. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Woolridge are the parents of a baby girl born at the Kossuth hospital, Saturday, February 12. The baby has been named Karen Lee, and weighed seven pounds at birth. This is the first child of Mr. and Mrs. Woolridge. Karen Lee has a great- grandmother, Mrs. Mary Woolridge of Edgewood, Iowa, who is 102 years of age. Mrs. R. A. Evans was called to Brampton, Ontario, some two weeka ago by the serious illness of a brother-in-law, Brian Fenwick, who later died of cancer of the throat. He was 74 years old. He is survived by his wife, and no children. Mrs. Evans will rem.un with her sister for some weeks. She has a maiden sister, who is now lingering in the hospital, where she has been for 15 months, following a paralytic stroke. Jainea Murtagh and Bob Harrington spent the week end in Des Moines with friends. Elaine Hilsteadt accompanied them as far as Boone where she visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hllsteadt, who moved there recently from Algona. Mr. Hllsteadt is traveling for a candy company. On the return to Algona the group was accompanied by James' father, C. B. Murtagh, state comptroller, who will spend a few days in Algona. Margaret .Pelisek was dismissed last week from the Kossuth hospital, where she recently underwent an appendectomy. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jk. F. Pelisek who moved to Algona about the first of February and are occupying the E. W. Lusby house on Nebraska street. Mr. Pelisek is the new express company agent. He has been with the company the past 24 years at Tama. Th« Peliseks have four other daughters, all of whom are in school. Mr. and Mr*. Frank Seeley and little Joan arrived home last Tuesday from San Antonio, Texas, where they had been spending the winter, called back to Algota by the illness of Mrs. Seeley 1 * mother, Mra. Skinner. They stored their goods in San Antonio and exp«ct to return there next fall. They report tbe variom Algona people spending the winter there M enjoying splendid weather of Ute. It took tbe 8«el•/• four-day* t» drive horn* and no sign* of winter was noticed until Uwy struck low*. daughter are expected home some time this week from a six weeks trip which took them to Mexico and California. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Wallukait and family attended a birthday dinner for Mrs. George Shaunce Sunday at the Dennis Moon home in Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Pannkuk and daughter, Helena, spent the week end at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Sabin at Kanawha. A few close friends of Catherine Wernert dropped in last Saturday afternoon to pay their respects on her birthday. The afternoon was spent socially, followed by a covered dish supper. Mr. and Mrs. P. A. San top of Cedar Falls stopped on their way dome from Icheydan, Iowa, where they had been to look after farming interests and called on Mrs. L. M. Vandee, Friday afternoon. Raymond Kresensky, of Des Moines, son of Mrs. J. C. Kresensky, of Algona, spent last week in Wash- ngton, D. C., where he had gone ;o see about the publishing of the Iowa Guide Book, a WPA project. A. D. H. Jackson of Seattle, Washington, and Ruth Jackson of New Hampton, Iowa, were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Long. A. D. H. Jackson and Ruth are the brother and sister of Mrs. Long. Word from the Frank Kohlhaases finds them located in Los Angeles after a stop-over of a few days at San Diego. They had a pleasant sojourn in San Antonio where they located a number of Algonians and former Algonians. Bud Barnard, manager of the local Gamble store, spent Monday and Tuesday of last week in Minneapolis where he attended the Gamble convention. He was accompanied by A. C. Hench of Britt who Is opening a Gamble agency store In Titonka soon. Effective next week Monday Albert Grooters will become tank agent for the Skelly Oil Co., in Algona and surrounding territory. Mr. Grooters has been with the Cities Service Oil Co., since coming to Algona four and a half years ago. tne Misses and their aunt, Mrs..Lizzie Krause of Granville, to Humboldt Sunday where they visited Mrs. Lena Parsons. Mrs. Parsons returned to Granville from there. She had been here to attend the funeral of her niece, Mrs. Harold Bockes. The Arcnd girls received word Saturday that their little cousin, Jeannette Harpeneau of Remsen, died that night from meningitis. Funeral services were held Monday. TteMon About Town Say9 Swea City high school boys won the 'sportsmanship trophy at the county tournament If it was possible to dupliotae a trophy to the delegation of fans certainly the people from that city would be entitled to the designation. They have learned basketball with its ups and downs, the hard decisions of the referees, the victories and losses, and are there to cheer in the true attitude. • • • Full of pep and cheer, bubbling over with optimism, the smiling Barbara Haggard has Iain in bed three long months encased in a cast caused from a serious auto accident. Undaunted she works at her studies. Daily lessons and regular examinations have kept her grades up to standard. Barbara is planning on graduating with the senior class this spring, with friends she has gone through school with. * * * The little daughter born Saturday to the Woolridges is too young to realize she has a great grandmother 102 yeras old. If that longevity is landed down the little girl will pass through a century of interesting! worldly changes. « A • I (THey were afternoon callers of Mrs. Jim Ackerman. Mrs. Raymond Bierstedt, Mrs, Calvin Householder, son Joe, and Mrs. Otis Sanders attended a home project meeting at the home of Mrs. Theo. Ringsdorf, Burt, last week Tuesday. The Mother's club met last Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Frank Flaig, Mrs. Harlan Blanchard assisting. Mrs. Eugene Pearson gave a talk on Children's Health. Mrs. Raymond Bierstedt conducted a valentine game. Mrs. Frank Dacken returned home last Tuesday from a week's visit with her children, She attended a conference in Chicago, also visiting Dorothy and Russell Dacken there. She also visited Mr. and Mrs. Lester Dacken and Verne Dacken at Lisbon. The Frank Flalgs, the Jim Ackermans, Muriel Long, Hiram Ackerman, the Earl Ackermans, Edward Pannkuk. Wesley, and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Heerdt. Algona, attended a surprise birthday party in honor of Mrs. Caroline Ackerman at the Robert Ackerman home last Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Culbertson were surprised Friday evening in honor of their eighth wedding anniversary. Attending were Mr. and VTrs. August Meyer and daughter, Thelma, Fenton; Mr, and Mrs. Emil Elmers, Seneca; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Meyer, Letts Creek, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Culbertson. Pinochle was played. Oil Station Sale Reported, West Bend West Bend: Merlin Westphal has purchased the Champlin oil station ftnd took possession Monday. Ernest Anliher will continue to drive the company's tank truck. Charles Schurg h*s been in charge of this station for some time, but will not stay on, under the new management. Store Manager Francis Fleming has been picked by the State Liquor Commission as manager of the liquor store in West Bend according to reports. Mr. Fleming has been proprietor of a hardware store for some time and is well known here. Mrs. Rising and daughter. Mrs. Paul Bell and baby son spent Wednesday at the home of her sister. Mrs. Irvin Shellmeyer. Don Sinclair is confined to his home with a bad cold on his chest. He came-in off his route, distributing extracts, with n had cold nnd his doctor ordered him to bed. Kenneth AnderegR nnd his Indy friend left Saturday for Dyersville. the horn,-- of the young lady. She has been visiting here in the Ed) Anderegg home for the past two weeks. James Greenfield drove to Rochester, Minn., Wednesday and returned with his wife to their home here. She had undergone an operation two weeks before. She is slowly improving at her home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sarchet and children. Jean Marie and David, visited Wednesday at the P. N. Sarchet home. Mr. and Mrs. Olof Romstad and Roy Sarchett were also there. Fresh FRUITS AND VEGETABLES .Tiny Them at Long's Folks saw an amateur version of the "Big Apple" dance at the heatre. From one who dances, a warning is sent out to men in full Iress at the charity ball attempting :his dance telling them they will be smart In taking an extra pair if trousers, while women should mve n strap or two more for the evening gowns. • • • Mntt Kapp wont to Des Moines nnd spent a part of a day in the big city jail. Not because he wasn't Rood, but the friend he visited Is lead jailer and he took Matt ihrough the entire detaining station. • » • Reading a request for one of hose modish calendars, Wm. Steele carried it to the post office, but vas informed, nothing doing. There shall be no calendar in the lobby for hose who cannot remember the date when writing at the public desk. Well, we've learned again. « • » Education at the big universities doesn't take the animal part out of .he human. For Instance, an Alona coach in the west had his earn on the floor In a close and xciting game when all of a sudden he air was filled with flying eggs. Phe game was stopped long enough 'or the 1 shells and Inner contents of the better day eggs to be remov ed. The barrage was ,for the officials. • • • Scanning the farm sale bills throughout the county it is interesting. to note that most of the sales are caused by the party not jelng able to find or rent a farm to carry on. This means a trend back :o the farm by others. It la proof A bit of sane advice would be to follow the plan of a few cities in California. An inexpensive injec- ion of serum into dogs make them mmune from rabies. While the disease Is not prevalent in this ocality, it Is a prevention and a worthy one. Notice that when a log does bite someone it is sent to owa City for examination. One ost would equalize the other. LONE ROCK P. T. A. VOTES TO BUY NEW SONG BOOKS, HEARS PROGRAM Drum and Bazooka Duet One of Novel Numbers Presented Lone Rock: The local P. T. A. met last week Monday evening at the school auditorium. It was voted to buy new song books with the membership dues. Mrs. Otis Sandera, Mrs. Roy Jensen and Mr:,. I. W. Nelson are the program committee for the next meeting. The following program was given: reading, Kathryn Stebritz; song, boys' glee club; vocal solos by Roger Jensen, Gerald Radig and Harold Hammerstrom; duet. Vernon Hoi- lister and Harold Hammerstrom; durm and bazooka duet, Russell Jensen and Vernon Holliscer; song, boys' glee club; Arnold Reilly served as master of ceremonies. The glee club and musical numbers were under the direction of Mrs. Donald Blanchard. 45 at Bridal Shower Around 45 attended a pre-nuptial miscellaneous shower Friday afternoon in honor of Coila Jane Hoi- lister who will be married this week Thursday to Albert Ambrose of Joliet, 111. It was held at the home of Mrs. A. A. Krueger. Games were played. Lunch was served by the following hostesses: Mrs. Krueger, Mrs. Frank Dacken, Mrs. W. C. Heiter, Mrs. Harris and James Wadsworth, Mrs. H. A. Whitehill, Mrs. Fred Wegener, Mrs. S. M. Gladstone, Mrs. Will Christensen, Mrs. C. Madison, Mrs. I. W. Nelson, Mrs. R. I. Simpson and Mrs. Martin Vant, Bancroft. Out of town guests were Mrs. Elmer Franks, the Misses Ruth Adolphson of Bancroft, Mrs. Michael Elbert, Algona, and Beulah Gladstone, Swea City. Basketball Luck Varie» The Ledyard basketball teams met the local teams on the local floor last week Tuesday evening. The local girls were defeated 28 to 48. The local boys won 35 to 29. The Lone Rock junior high team defeated Wesley junior high 16 to 13. On Friday evening Seneca played here, the girls playing a tie game 61 to 51. Pettit made 34 points. The local boys won 28 to 14. The Lone Rock town team defeated the Ruthven independent 28 to 12. Gus Kraft, Algona, came Wednesday for a few days' visit at the Theo. Kruegeri. Mr*. William OTtonnell, Burt, •pent hut Thursday at the Raymond BJwrstedU. Mrs. E. C. Bler»t*dt, Burt, spent last Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Kate Hawks. Mrs. Maurice Bernhurdt, Bancroft, called on Mrs. H. J. Rice last week Tuesday. Mrs. William Fischer le/t last Tuesday for a week's visit with relatives at Ogden. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Dransfeldt, Bancroft, called Friday evening on Mr. and Mrs. Frank Macumber. Calvin Householder, Chicago, came last Wednesday night for a few days' visit with his family here. Harold Krueger, who has been employed by Charles Theesfleld, at Armstrong, came home last Tuesday. Lola Marlow, accompanied by George Kissner. Whittemore, were Fort Dodge callers last week Tuesday. Kathryn Stebritz spent last Wednesday and Thursday with her mother, Mrs. Jessie Stebritz, Bancroft. Mrs. Fred Rowe was ill with the flue at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Neilsen, Ringsted, last week. Eugene Blanchard, student at n business college, Mason City, spent the week end at the parental J. M. Blanchards. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Krueger spent from Thursday until Saturday at Rochester, where the latter went through the clinic. J. M. Bianchard and son, Harlan, attended the hardware dealers' convention at Des Moines last Wednesday and Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gross are the parents of a 5->i pound son born Friday in Fenton. Mrs. Gross is the former Helen Radig. Mrs. N. L. Cotton and Robert Angus returned home last Tuesday from Chicago, where they attended the funeral of Mrs. George Angus. Mrs. George Jentz and children, Fenton, spent last week Monday with Elma Krueger. Elma spent Wednesday at the A. H. Mannas. The fifth and sixth grades held a valentine party Friday afternoon in honor of Helen Jensen's birthday and also for their teacher, Blanche Henriksen. The Helping Hand club met on Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Lillie Thompson. A quilt was tied and was sent to the orphans' home in Council Bluffs. Mrs. J. M. Blanchard entertained Mrs. H. J. Rice, Mrs. Alex Krueger, Mrs. Fred Gtnrich, Mrs. Eugene Pearson and Mrs. W. G. Flaig last Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mra. G. J. Burt, Armstrong, were Friday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Hattie Sprank. Union Club Names Committee to Aid Federation Meeting Union: The Union Mothers and Daughters club enjoyed a very pleasant meeting. Thursday, with Annn Mnrlow, Louise Romstnd assisting. As a committee for the Federation meeting, March 1, a committee of Mary DeGraw, Ida Winkle, Mary Sarchet nnd Ada Hofius was named. The program consisted of a paper presented by Corn Reid, "Weeds nnd their Medicinal Value"; talk, "The Scientific Crusade", by Elizabeth Schenck; vocal solos by Knthcrine Leason, accompanied by Mrs. Earl Miller. The next meeting will We Feb. 24th at the home of Mrs. Mary Wood, with Mrs. Ethel Smith assisting. Mrs. H. E. Woodward, county Federation president, will speak nt this meeting, and Rev. Wood will sing. Visitors nt the Marlow club meet- Ing were Mrs. Milton Marlow, Mrs. Mary Leason and daughter, Mabel; Mrs. Robert Leason and daughter, Mary Carol; Mrs. Charles Scott, Mrs. Earl Miller, and Miss Frances Winkel. Mrs. Lloyd Schenck was a visitor at the Elmer Hansen home Thursday. Mrs. B. H. Gould Is visiting at the Albert Gould home. Mrs. Joe Arndorfer is also a visitor there. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leason and Mr. and Mrs. Ross Elvidge visited at the Roy Ringsdorf home, Wednesday. Mr. and Mra. W. E. Laage of Fenton and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Wolf of Armstrong visited Sunday at the Henry Ti«d*n bom*. "~ «ffr*.~ >; O*ov|tt* * fUewaM,' ^vftio ' 41 spending the winter at the homit of her daughter, Mrs. Henry Tjaden, is recovering slowly from a severe attack of bronchial asthma. Callers at the Louis Bode home on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hoflus and daughter, Mary Jane, Ottosen; Mrs. Cora Bacon, Algonn; Lucilc Bode, Nellie Nordkn, Del and Willis Schmidt, Fort Dodge. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Davidson were callers lust Thursday. j Are Your Chickens Properly Equipped To Do A Good Job This Spring? If you intend to build a now chicken coop we would like t<> show you the collection of up-to-date designs we have. •You may find in them ideas to combine with your own that will enable you to build a poultry and egg plant that will pay you big dividends for many years. Even though a does not cost much to build, it pays to plan it carefully and build it so that it will last and give your flock a place where it can do its best work for you. We have all the materials necessary to build a modern chicken house and will assure you the largest possible chicken house value for your money, Phone F. S. Norton & Son Phono 22!) Algona, Iowa Parade of xv Sizes 12 to 20 38 to 48 The best dressed legs in town wear Kollins ringless sheers $1.00 * Gay as a ci /-» rlower Garden $QOO Others at $3.99 to $12.95 Spring's prettiest prints to make yon your prettiest this Spring Massed or strewn iu clear, vivid colors ... prints intensely nattering to your eyes . . . your lovely face. Figure-showing frocks with high or low necks, puffed sleeves, slim or rhythmic pleated skirts . . . choose vours todav. KRESENSKY'S ^

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,900+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free