The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 8, 1938 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 8, 1938
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We'll Do Magic With Your Home Give the redecorating of your horn* Into our hands • • • you'll be amazed at what we can do Inexpensively. You'll have a more beautiful home to enjoy If you do. Call 778 for free estimates. The Algona Upper Pes Moines, Algona. Iowa. March 8,1938 Harry Baker r ANNOUNCEMENT n • Our eonfract Controlling prices on Zotos and Jamal ponnanent waves lias expired. • We have a lai-ge supply of Zotos and Jamal on liaud and as long as it lasts, we are cutting the price to $7.50 on Zotos and$5.00 on Jamal. • Also generous cuts on all other permanents. For further information call 279 MORRISON'S ; BEAUTXSHOP 302 S. Ridgely Plione 270 Gluek's Bock Beer THE DRINK OP OUTSTANDING It s Heavier in grain content and made for the person who likes a really genuine, old thne bock beer. Try a glass of Gluecks. It's Stronger in volume percentage because bock beer's extra weight demands the added stcp- np. For good taste, try a glass today. It's More Satisfying to the real beer drinker because if is (he ideal Spring drink and because it is made by old-world trained brewmasters. Sportsman's Tavern O. A. Wittkopf North Dodge Jack Hemphill Is the new dork at the Nelson & Lensing grocery store. Merlin Little left for Mason City Wonday on business for the Algona Motor Sales. The Child Study dob met Tuesday with Mrs. H. M. Olson. There are 12 members. Alice Wilklns left Sunday to attend a beauty show in Chicago. She will return Thursday. Fred Shllti of the Browiell Shoe Co. has been confined at home since Thursday with the flu. Bculah Hartshorn spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hartshorn, at Swea City. Mrs. Chet Williams and Valeria Pickett were guests at the F. R. Bandy home at Britt, Sunday. Sirs. Bernard Yneman entertained the members of the Nidana club at her home, Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Hoenk, Merle Pratt and Betty Merritt drove to Minneapolis Monday on business. Mrs. Mabel Olson and little daughter, Patsy spent Sunday in Fort Dodge with her sister and brother. Lelghton and Lawrence Misbach were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Spies at Emmetsburg, Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Keith and Mr. .and Mrs. Ira Kohl drove to Fort Dodge Sunday on a business and pleasure trip. The Beta Sigma Phi sorority have rented the high school gym and will meet there for recreation tonight (Tuesday). Mr. and Mrs. J. \V. Little attended a dinner bridge at C. F. Shekers Sunday evening. The Shelter home is near Fort Dodge. Mrs. W. L. Jensen spent Tuesday and Wednesday at Sioux City «as guest at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Fowler. Hollls Trainer, salesman for Hormel & Company, has been sick in bed since Wednesday with mumps and a streptococcic sore throat. Mary Foster, music teacher'in the Primghar schools, was a week end guest at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster. Hugh Herman, who has been seriously ill and confined to his bed for the past week, showed a slight improvement Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Olson and son, Lynn, of Pocahontas. were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Vlgars. The women are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Igou of Dows were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Jacobson. Mrs. Igou is a sister of Mr. Jacobsen. Mr. and Mrs. Charles O'Hare of Fort Dodge were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. MacDougaal. Mrs. O'Hare Is an aunt of Mrs. Muc- Dougall. Barbara Haggard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Haggard, was able to venture outdoors on crutches Sunday for the first time since her accident several months ago, .__ ... j^^ Grand Opening Sale A STORE FULL OF REAL BARGAINS STILL GOING ON COLEMANJSERVICE DAY Factory Man Will be at our Store All Day Wednesday, March 9th Bring in your Lamps. Lanterns and Irons -FREE service if needed this one day. r"V*T LOVC, MY NEW ILOTTE' •toof.Cor- urge ilk Travels Only The( HUfa. Quick** Ci^ri B*H~t Surge it adjustable to any cow —only 4 iaches of rubber In. stead of 4 feet— pail made of unitary, easily cleaned, rust- and-corrosion proof Stainless Steel— the everlasting meal. Comclal Melotte Service Day By factory representative. Bring in your machines for a thorough check-up Friday, March 11 Howard Hardware THE FRIENDLY STOKE IN THE FRIENDLY CITY Clue* »U Alcana, low* FOB QUICK BSSULTS-USE THE WANT ADB 3»^^^3 5^P*" pl 'pM55WpPBB*' VMMB TOM1 Ml I PC Ft lorothy, returned to Algona two weeks ago following a year in Long Beach, California. They will make their permanent home here. John Baldwin, of 8t Louis, Mo., was In Algona during the week end visiting his brother and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Baldwin, nnd attending to buslnens matters. Rev. and .Mrs. M. A. .S Jos fraud and son, Ronald, spent last week Monday nnd Tuesday at St. Peter. Minnesota, visiting the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sjostrand. Students wishing to enter the poster contest should see their dentist about details. Ruml nnd rity children will be in different sections, and prizes are being awarded in both groups. Alberta Green of Omaha, »br, arrived Sunday and visited at the home of her mother, Mrs. F. W Green, until Wednesday. Alberta does secretarial work In an adjuster's office. Evelyn Smith returned to C«-dur Falls. Monday evening, after visiting during the week end with her mother, Mrs. Clyde Smith. Evelyn is a senior at the Iowa State Teachers College. Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Cook and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johannsen. Jr., were among Algonians attending the district basketball game between Algona and Webster City, Saturday evening at Mason City. Jim Pool and Ed Hanson return ed Wednesday from Winona, Min nesota, where they had attended i convention of managers of the Botsford Lumber yards which had been in progress since Monday. A. H. Stock him taken a room at he Cecil McGinnis home on South iodge street. He planned to spend Sunday at Storm Lake with relatives and will then go to Sioux City for a visit with his son. Kenneth and family. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Roland and Mrs. W. C. MacDougall spent Friday in Mason City. Mrs. MacDougall visited her mother, Mrs. 'Fred Tubbesing, who was recently dismissed from the hospital following a minor operation. Thelma Aman went to Pocahontas Saturday to manage the Avalon Beauty Shop. Thelma, who is a daughter of Mrs. Jessie Aman, is ,i graduate of the Fort Dodge Beauty School and has been employed in Algona the past few weeks at the Edna Gilmore shop. »lr. uad Mrs. C. W. BergQeld were called to LeMars Friday by the serious illness of their daughter Mrs Evart Eyres, who is suffering with pneumonia. Mr. Bergneld returned Sunday evening and reported Mrs. Eyres as somewhat improved. She will be remembered by Algona friends at Shyrla Bergfield. Mrs. B. M. Schwyhart of New York City was a guest at the home of Mrs. L. W. Keith from Wednesday until Saturday. She is the wife of the former Baptist preacher who is now chaplain on board the U. S. S. Wyoming. The boat will be in harbor. March 15. and the Schwyharts will live at Norfolk, Virginia. ' A nub-district laymen's meeting was held at'the Methodist church here, Sunday afternoon. People were in attendance from Algona, Sexton. LuVerne. Burt, Wesley, Cylinder, Good Hope, West Bend, " tonk »i »»<i Kanawha churches. Rfv-_W G. Muhleman was in ** ">« program, and David '•a tat Mrs. C. T. Griffith has been on the sick list for the past week. Mrs. Edythe L. Dalley left on Thursday evening for a week in Chicago. Mrs. J. IV. Higher* returned to her home in Omaha. Nebr., last week Saturday after two weeks with her mother, Mrs. F. W. Green. .Mrs. Earl Sprague nnd baby daughter, Sue Ann, were dismissed from the Kossuth hospital today (Tuesday). The baby was born on February 27th. Eldon Llndstrom will begin work Monday as manager of the Algom Rendering Works. He resigned his position as grocery salesman fot Kennedy & Parsons. John Bishop and John Spcnerr students at the University of Iowa at Iowa City, were week end guests of their respective parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop and Mrs. Emily Spencer. Bill Steele left for Des Moincs, Monday, and will return today (Tuesday) after attending a retail clothiers convention held at Hotel Fort DM Moines. Chet Williams is also attending,the convention. Theodora Larson returned to Chicago to resume her duties in nurses' training at the St. Lukes hospital. Tuesday, (today). She spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Larson. The seniors of the Fenton high school were in Algona. Thursday having their graduation plcturec taken at Brown's Studio. Thev were entertained at the Call Theatre matinee, with Mr. Brown as host. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schoepkn and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wemnitz of Varna. Illinois, stopped on their way home from Austin. Minnesota where they had been to attend the Lenz golden wedding, to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Will, last week Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Aalfs and son, Gary, will move to Sioux City on Thursday to make their permanent residence. Mr. Aalfs. an Armour Company salesman, has been transferred there. They were in Sioux City during the week end to find a house. A declamatory contest was held at the St. Cecelia Academy. Thursday night, with Algona, Bancroft, and Clare as participants. John Lee Holtzbauer was first in oratorical. Betty Kohlhaas first in dramatic, and Rozanne Holtzbauer first in humorous. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stewart and daughter, Catherine and Joan drove to Mason City, Saturday to take Mrs. Stewart's brother, I^ron Beamish, to his home following a visit here since Tuesday. The Stewart family drove on to Iowa Falls where they spent the week end with Mrs. Stewart's family, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Beamish. Esther Cosier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Grant Casler of Alcona was married Saturday to Earl Armstrong of Llvermore. The ceremony was performed at Htomboldt and 30 New Car* In February Licensed Twelve more new automobiles wore purchased during the Inst week of February to bring the total of the month to 30. Those buying during the last week were: Gilbert Hargreaves. Claude V Smith, A. B. Schenck. Algona- Louis Wehrspan. Whittemore; and .Tohn Bcenken, Titonka. Chcvrolets- Clifford Crawford. W.'iitremore C R. Bennett, Bancroft; M. H. Falk- enhainer. R. H. Miller, F R. Carney, and Stanley Keith, Algeria Fords. The International Harvester Co.. bought an International truck. Farewell Party Portland: School children in district No. 8, Portland, enjoyed a party honoring Aria Cavett.' who is moving away, recently. A similar party was held the same day at District No. 6 for Eugene Waltman, whose parents are also moving. ing Thursday. Mr. Peterson con suited doctors at the Mayo clinic He has suffered from rheumatism of the left eye the past two months The rheumatism has caused him to lose the sight of the eye. They stopped over night at the home o'f Mr. Peterson's sister, Mr. and Mrs Rudolph Nelson, who live on a farm near Austin. The Nelsons farmed near Bancroft and moved to Austin this spring. A. D. Nettleton. who has been at Siems. 111., the past two weeks disposing of his household goods and farm equipment, returned last Sunday. Last week Tuesday he went to Estherville and made arrangements to have his son. Raymon.l removed from the Coleman hospital who has been a patient there for the past ten weeks suffering from a bark injury, received while pushing a car. Raymond is much improved, although not able to use his limbs. It is believed as this injury heals, he will fully recover. Mr Nettleton and Raymond will make Hieir home at the Lawrence Dolfs «Trs. Dolf is a daughter of Mr Not- tleton. Farmers Swea-Eagle News Mr. and Mrs. Al Gurdett are tlic parents of a son born Sunday, Feh 27th. Anna Larson of Swea City visited from Wednesday until Thursday at the Emil Larson home. The Doyle Sanders family who lived in the house on the Harry Linde farm, moved in with Art Anderson recently. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Johanson and family of near Ringsted moved onto their 40 acre farm left Mr. Johanson by his father. Olaf Johanson estate. Ole bought a small farm home on the place where Dick Fergeson lives and moved it onto his farm. He expects to put up other farm buildings this summer. Emil Larson accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Walter Peterson to Rochester, Minn., last Tuesday, return- . been employed foriome time at tte Cook service station and lunch room. Mr. Armstrong is engaged in the trucking business. Lloyd Robinson, field man for the Bankers Life of Des Moines has leased an office room in the Haggard & Peterson building, and mov- I ed in last week. Joe Auner, former Algonian. who Is now sales manager for the Bankers Life in Des Mpines, was in Algona the last of the week helping Mr. Robinson get located. Mr, Robinson has been in Algona some time, but had previously hod no office. St. Benedict, Corwith Cars in a Crash Corwith-Fairview: Tuesday nigh? of last week a c,ar driven by E. .)' \viden and one driven by Mr. Ludwig of St. Benedict came togethe at the corner of old No. 60 a mil and a half west of Corwith. Not much damage was done t Mr. Ludwig's car, but Mr. Widen' car did not fare quite so well. Th< fenders were pretty well smashei and a tire blown out and the fron axle bent. No one was injured. Doris Long Hurt Doris Long, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Long, who teaches a Tama, received head injuries Sat urday noon in an accident neai Cedar Rapids. She was taken to , Cedar Rapids hospital where Hoc tors advised her to remain unti Wednefiay. Doris and another girl were riding to Cedar Rapid* with a neighbor of the girl's parents whom the girls were to visit. LONE ROCK NEWS Mrs. William Krause. who has spent the winter months with relatives, returned here Wednesday to her home. The P. T. A. met last week Monday evening at the school auditorium. Paul Danson. Algona. spoke on National Defense. Florence Householder and Mary Templeton. instructors at Lakota visited last Wednesday evening at the H. A. Blanchards. The J. M. Blanchards. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Blanchard, the Cheater Almes. and the Harlan Blanchards spent Thursday evening with Mr and Mrs. H. A. Whitehill. Burt. the occasion being in honor of the Whitehills' 80th wedding anniversary. The Ladies' Mite society met on Thursday afternoon with Mrs. D W Fernau und Mrs. Frank Householder assisting. Final plans were made for the Father and Son banquet to be held March 17th. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Frederick Schultz. The Rev. and Mrs. S. M. Gladstone left Thursday morning for Iowa City, where they will visi; their daughter. Margaret, student nurse at the University hospital They will also visit their son, Robert, at Dubuque, where he is a student at the university. The American Legion Auxiliary met last Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Fred Drunsfeldt. Carpet rags were sewed for the Veterans' hospital at Knoxville. Pluns were made to assist the 4-H club with their carnival The next meeting will be with Mrs. Jim Ackennan Thurs. Thru Sat., March 10-12 Sat. matinee 1-3:30 DOUBLE FEATURE 21c "WILD HORSE RODEO" plus "JURY'S SECRET" serial Sun. Thru Wed., March 13-16 Sunday matinee 1-3-3 Prices 10-26c Night 7-9-11 prices 10c36c SAMUEL GOLDWYN Present* )0 ,.T»0 ..,.. AFTER MARCH 15 * IT IS UNLAWFUL TO DRIVE A CAR WITH 1937 PLATES County Treasurers will issue lists of motorists using old plates to the sheriff. It then becomes the duty of the patrolmen to issue summons cards to all motorists who after March 15 will be driving without the sanction of the law. Therefore, to avoid difficulties and expense, be sure that you nave your 1938 automobile license plates on your car after March 15. State Highway Patrol Chief J. R. Mattery has instructed State Highway Patrolmen to issue summons cards to all motorists driving with 1937 plates. Plese take care of this matter immediately. CASEY LOSS SHERIFF of Kossuth County, Iowa. wsrwyv^rv^^wwyvwww^ J& h\ Set- the curs displayed on TlioriiiKtai, Between Call und State Street During National Used Car Week MARCH 5 to 12 One '36 Chev. Master Deluxe Town sedan, 18,000 actual miles One '36 Chev. standard coupe, 19,000 actual miles One '35 Chev. Master sport sedan, clean One '35 Ford V 8 Coach, trunk, reconditioned, slick Bring in Your OLD CAR Drive Out A BETTER CAR 1936 Plymouth Coach 27,000 jniles, perfect $365.00 '35 Chev. Stand. Coach, 19,000 miles, runs perfect and clean '36 Chev. Town Sedan, reconditioned, radio '31 Nash sedan, clean and runs good $75 00 33 Chev. apt. sedan, reconditioned, new tires -35 Chevrolet Coach, looks like new Several I »«-u Truck* and Cheaper Curs The»e c«. will be nric^ low u* we n,u*t lllove the,,, tor more room ""^ ''"" "" °' *'~'** ""***** VOl B PKESENT CAB MAV COVEK TitE DOWN PAVMBNT AN'U VOrCAXPAV THEBALAN.^OX EtoV Kossuth Motor Co. Pliuue 200 vuwwwvuvwvww North Dodge St.

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