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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 15, 1938
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, March 15,1938 Ftoy* fierce attended the f few ' etn "««> Saturday h 1 re he had business. U * >. w > her MTB. Fred Parks. Dr. and Mm. Lee price of She j_ don were week end guests of Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Schaap. Bernlce Stock has rented the lower floor of the Legion hall for her School of the Dance. W. B. Qnarton wUI drive to Des Moines (today) Tuesday to be gone eeveral days on court business. Mr. and Mm. Floyd Saundera were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Foutz at Sioux City. German Lenten service* will be held at the Trinity Lutheran church Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. James Roger, son of MSftand Mrs. Walter Perti was baptl*gl Sunday Tues-Wed., March 15-16 Dorothy* Lamour in "THE HURRICANE' Thura. Thru Sat., March 17-19 Big Thfee Way Program Prices 10c-21c HOP A LONG ESCWES DEATH BY A HAIR! F«TI SNATCHES TWO LOVERS FBOM DANCED AND « DUTH-TRAPI Plus Last Episode Serial "Coast Guard" (Second Feature) Wallace Ford "EXILED TO SHANGHAI" Plua new Serial Whit. The men are brothers ^t?' Ktomp, Mn. o«»r , Mrs . W. J. Sigsbee and tM~ i' wPfJ 11 **" ««ended the School for Brides at Burt, Satur- <»»? h V^"* 1 ' 8tudent »» *« Iowa Th,!«P efe<! flt AmeS ' Wi " arrlva Thursday for a week's vacation at ^ mother ' Mrs - Sadle =«j lr ;/ nd Mr9> Kaynon* Beamish m.^u and Mrs - Hftrold Brandt spent the week end at Des Moines attending the state basketball tournament. -tJ?5 lnfant 80n of Mr - ""> Mnt. Theodore Johnson, who was born at the Kossuth hospital by Caesar- Ian section Wednesday, died early Sunday morning. ^ ^'"L.* nd J VIre< DCTln '» P™tt and daughter, Esther, and Leona Lichter will drive to Fort Dodge, Tuesday evening (tonight) to attend a Westlnghouse meeting. C. 8. Erlander, Minneapolis, and Marvin Waller, St. Paul, were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. B Waller. They returned to the Twin Cities, Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Hovey and children, Eldon, Marilyn and Beverly Jean, visited Sunday with Mrs. Hoveys parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hilland at Brlcelyn, Minn. "Spot", the 15 year old dog of Hugh Post, met with an unhappy leath, Sunday morning, when Geo. St. John, employed by Mr. Post, ac- cldentaly backed the truck over him. Mr. and Airs. I* E. Linnan spent Sunday at Maurice visiting nt the home of the former's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Linnan. Joan Linnan returned to Algonn with them for a visit. Suits Tailored In Style Beautiful fabric* In all pat- Urns will flt the style of suit you want for Spring. FOR THE PERFECT FIT Clopton The Tailor V;*.- Over Stumer's'. Ask Us to Show You Why the McCormiclc-Peering Bali "Bearing Cream Separator Does Better Work and Continues to Do Better Work McCormlck-Dtwfnf Gum S«p*ritori *r« built In ill I!M»—far on* tow or • hundrtd. Phone McCormick-Desring Store Algona, Iowa NEW, FAST OVERNIGHT TRAIN FROM CHICAGO Now a new MARQl/ETTE westbound, carrying air-conditioned slaepingjpoji Luxuoy lounge coaches and cafe car •erviug breakfasTis operated on the following schedule: The MARQUCTTE . Ualoa Station Oflly LIT. CHICAGO . 10:30 pa Lv. JAHESViUE Iv. MADISON . At. MASQl'tTTE At. CALMAH . At. KEW HAMPTON At. CHARLES CITY Ar. MASON CITY . 1237am 1:40 am 3:37 am 500am 6:07 am 6:49 am 7:30 am ni. TOT1.7W11 \-l » • . f .*JW aiu Slwping car Mivica via Savanna and Dubuqua ha» been dUcontinuvd. Til* SIOUX now 1*4vei Maioo Cily 10:40 pm, in«i«ad ot 9:40, Ckjilsj City 11:26 pm, N»w Hampton 11:58 pm, arriving Madiwa 5:10 am, JanMVlii* 6:23 cm, Chicago 8:43 «m. TN« SIOUX now l*av«f Chicago 6:20 pm, iosinad ot 6:45, Miiwauk«» 8:08 pm, ariiv* New Hampton 3:06 am, CharU* City 3:33 am, MatonCltjr 4:13am. Tb« MAWQUITTB—Th»r« U no choog* in Ut* »cn«duU oi th» MABQUETTS to Madison and Chicago but tnii popular train provide* coAV*niani connection with new train running north from Calmar. Th* MAflQUKTTC continuet to make diiect connection* for Dubuqu* a! J4aiiju»ti«, low*. For hulhft lutoimaUoa <uk Oeo. 0. Scobee, Phone 24A MILWAUKEE ROAD Bernlce Stock spent th* week end at Eagle Grove visiting with friends. She formerly taught school there. Marlon Rising of DM Molnw was a week end guest at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Rising. Dorothy Davis returned to her home In Minneapolis after a month •s guest of her sister, Mrs. Burdette Agara. MM. A. P. Nelson of Britt wan a guest at the home of her sister, Mrs. H. C. Anderson, Thursday afternoon. .. °- c - Ba*ton, who |, employed at the Iquor store, was 111 with flu and swollen glands and was unable to be at work last week. Herbert French of LuVerne was a week end guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lyles Mathes. Hero Is Mrs. Mathes' brother. A. H. Stock returned to Algeria, Wednesday, following a visit with his son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stock at Sioux City. M>». L. G. Baker and son, Durwood, drove to Kanawha, Friday, and attended a party given in honor of Mrs. Bakers sister, Mrs. C. C. Lucas. Rlr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt spent Thursday in Sumner, Iowa. Mrs Pratt visited her brother. Arthur Traeger, and Mr. Pratt was triers on business. Miss Margaret Stepheruon, who Eraduites from Mornfngside college thlr spring s'jpni a few days w th l-er pare.-ns Mr. and Mi-s. O .1 Stephenpon, the latter pare of the week. Mrs. R. L. Leigh of Grand Forks, North Dakota, returned to her home Thursday following a visit of several days at the home of her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. D A Barnard. Sirs. Dora Deim and sons, Eihvln and Donnld and the lattcr's wife nil of Corwlth were callers al (.lie Frank Geigel home last week Tuesday. Mrs. Dora Dean is a niece of Mr. Geigel. .Air. and .Airs. Lewis Ranker arrived Saturday morning from Litch- flclcl, Nebraska, and will make their home on a farm eight miles northeast of AlRona. Mr. Banker is a brother of Mrs. L. F. Rice. .AIM. HI. (J. Jloiirno and .Airs. I'aul Krielho and daughter and Mrs. Al Staehlc of Burt drove to DCS Moine. Monday and saw Helen Hayes pla> in "Victoria Regina" at the Shrim auditorium, Monday evening. .Air. and .Airs. Don Hutchison anc two children returned last week Monday from a visit of several day? in Chicago and Cedar Rapids where they visited relatives, anc Mr. Hutchison attended to busines matters. Margaret Durant spent the latter part of last week in Des Moine.i attending the spring council meeting of the Iowa Federation of Women's clubs. Miss Durant is the eighth district commltteewoman of the poetry division. Cecil Benner arrived Friday to spend the week end with Mrs. Walter Good, and to take his wife back to their home at Anamosa, following a two weeks' visit with ner mother. Mrs. Benner will be remembered as Virginia Good. *&-*& *£"• Wm - *"?» **•»• to Omaha, BmuUy, to vtolt theW •on, Bill, who la attending the Crelghton University there. They returned via Des Moines. Monday, and visited nt the home of Mr. Barry's sister. Mrs. C. B. M. Smith. Mr*. Vic Parsons resigned her secretarial position in the Kruse- Blosflom Insurance agency, Saturday. She hns been employed there for the past five years. Lucille Black is taking her place, and ha:i been working the past two month:*. .Airs. Phyllis Good started nmii- aglng the Peggy Price hat shop at Fort Dodge, March 1. She rosir.n- cd her job at the J. C. Penny store where she worked in the ready-to- wear department. Phyllis is OIL- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B 1'. ' Benson. "Chuck" Stevenson Is pxpprtrd Friday from Minneapolis at the home of his mother, Mrs. Tlieo. Hcrbst. Chuck Is a student nt the University of Minnesota, and is acting as business manager of the Skl-U-Mah humor magazine this month. .Air*. J. F. Granzow, who received a broken leg In a fall before Christmas, has been able to sit up this week for the first time since the accident. She Is getting along as well aa possible and it. is expected that she will regain the entire use of her leg. Mrs. J. F. Lundktroiii and thr«p (laughters. Peggy. Kathleen and Betty Ann spent last week visiting at the home of the former's mother. Mrs Andruw Godfredson. Mr 1 . Lundstrnm was a guest at the God- fri-dsmi home, Sunday, and his family returned with him. (i. I). Sulumvuy und Kduurd I) Kelly of Enimetsburg drove to Des Moines last week Monday to attend the spring supreme c-ourt session. Their rase was .submitted Tuesday, and Mr. Hhumway returned, Tuesday evening, while Mr Kelly remained for several days. Mr*. Oruri O'Kwft- of I.ukntu %(«- ilod Mrs. Minnie Long the first of tho week. Mr. and Mrs O'Keefe are moving to Curlew where Mr. O'Keefe will continue his barber business. The family is well known here, having lived here si-veral .-ears before moving to I.akota. Air. and Aim. YV. C. Alucll..ugull clrC'Vt to Mtu >,i I'ity Sunday to visit the hitter's inrents. Mr. und Mis. Fred TubbrMng. Mr. and Mrs. Tubbfs'ng are leaving too. 1 for a iccntn's vacation fn the s rilh UIKJ will M -nd u pa:' rt tho time with •» i 'lighter, M •• .1; j Keiu and laii'ily ut (Jiecn.ille. Mississippi. Mrs. ('. \V. Bt'riftield returned on Thursday from LeMurs where she had been culled by the serious ill- nt'.ss of her daughter, Mrs. Evart Eyres, who was ill with double pneumonia Mrs. Eyres is improved >«t this time. Little Phil Eyres returned with his grandmother, and will remain here until his mother lias recovered. Mrs. Joe Grecnberg l«ft for Chicago. Friday, to visit a few days at the home of her father. Max Stein, und to help him celebrate his birthday. On the return trip thU week. Mrs. Greenberg will viait her children. Isabelle ami Harry, both student* ut the University of Iowa at Iowa City. She will nee the play "Stage Door" in which Idubelle has one of the leading roles. She is taking the part of a Russian prin- ceju, and will play the piano throughout the puty. This part wa* ommitted in tbe cinema of the same name. Dr. L. Vf. Fo* was sick all last week with the old fashioned flu. Helen Giles of Mollnt, III* arrived Thursday for a ten day visit With her sister, Mrs. Ralph Mledke. Angnstm Winkle has been oft the sick list during the past week. She is at the home of Mr. and Mrs Tom Kaln. Mr. and Airs. Ira Kohl and Lola Kohl were guests at the George Kohl home In Union township. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Rae Asher spent the week end in Des Moines on business. Mr. Asher is the local Firestone representative. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Spies of Emmetsburg were guests Friday evening of the letter's brothers. Leighton and Lawrence tylsbach. Lewis Ferguson of Ames spent last week end with his mother. Mrs. Hortense Ferguson. He Is employed by the forestry department. Mrs. Ed j the Dalley. Beniah Hartshorn, Irma Dee Phillips and Marjorle Seward attended the Iowa State cosmetology convention In Des Moines. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. P. 3. Kohllmas and daughter, Betty, and the letter's friends, Charlotte Johnson, drove to Mason City and back Saturday on a business and pleasure trip. Lawrence Mlsbnch was in Fairmont. Minn., Thursday and Fridnv helping in the Mlsbach clothing store there. The store is operated by Lawrence's uncles, R. G. and R. E. Misbach. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Taylor pxpecl to leave this evening (Tuesday) for Cleveland, Ohio, for n two weeks' visit with Mr. and Mrs. Campbell Humphrey. Mrs. Humphrey is the Taylors' daughter. Mrs. AIny Mlllrr was dismissed from the Kossuth hospital Sun- Tiny, where she had been for seven weeks, waiting for n broken hip to mend. Mrs. Miller is the mother of Mrs. Maurice Bartholomew. Mr. nnd Airs. Clarence Stewart and daughters. Catherine and Joan, nnd Dornthrn Bjustrom worn week nifl suf-sts nt tho home of Mrs Stownrt's parent-;. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed- C<ir np.imish. nt Iowa Frills. Riilh Dickinson Hunter arrived Friday and visited until Sunday with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. f, .7. Dickinson, and little son, Lynn. She is taking a business course in a DCS Moines business college. Dr. and Mrs. .1. <). F. I> r i 0 p , ppllt Fridav at Mn.inn City on business and In the evening attended tho Upper Iowa Veterinary meeting held at the Clear Lake Country Club. There were 40 in attendance. Word was received in Algona recently by Evelyn Cady telling of the death of Mr. Holdridgc in Glendale, California. He was the step-father of Harry Stevenson, former Algon- ian. Harry Is at present living with his mother. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mr*. W. W. Sullivan were the latter'a mother, Mrs. Daniel Kelly, her sister, Mary Kelly, and brothers and wives, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kelly and Mr. and Mrs. Edward D. Kelly all of Emmetaburg. John Schemmel, Jr., of Portland, Oregon, arrived from Portland, Friday evening, for a two weeks' niv ?"'t w «hhto parent*, Mr. HM>' Joha, Bebemmel..^: John, Jr., haa been employed in Oregon for the past two years. Mm. C. II. Cretuneyer spent Wednesday and Thursday In Des Moines attending a council meet ing of the state federation of wo men's clubs. Mrs. Cretzmeycr president of the local women's club is the district music chairman. Air. and .Airs. Sunnier Quartan •ind Mr. and Mrs. William Quartoi of Cedar Rapids, were guests o he men's parents. Mr. and Mrs. W 1. Quarton, Sunday The Quartoi sons operate and manage WM"I -adio station at Cedar Rapids. John Ferguson will arrive Thur* lay from Ames, where lie i.i i enior at the Iowa State College to impend spring vacation with his mother, Mrs. Hortense Ferguson John recently won the 440 free style event in the "Big Six Swimming Meet" at Norman, Oklahoma. MM. Leonora Peck ha* been ill the past week with heart trouble. Sunday, all of her children spent the day with her. They are: John Ulinkman of Spencer, George and JuJlua Bllnkman of Fairmont, Minn., Chris Blinkman and family of LuVerne, Minn.. Mrs. Frank Hanson and Mrs. John Foth of Algona. n,^*"!* Nonna «. »**>«> ha* been In ill health for the past few months lies critically ill at his home with heart trouble. Mrs. Segrid Ohrbeck of Minneapolis and Mrs. J. R. White of Manilla, Iowa, daughters, are at the bedside of their father, together with Mrs. Norman and Mrs. Margaret White, another daughter. A trained nurse is alao assisting in iiis care. .Air. and AIr». Wayne Bradfleld i»nd baby daughter, Patty, of Austin. Minn., arrived Friday afternoon and visited over the week end with Mrs. Hradficld's mother, Mrs. B P Benson. Mr. Bradfield has been employed for the past four years in the Botsford Lumber office at Austin^ und will now move his family to St. Charles. Minn., to manage the Botsford office in that town. The Lutheran Sunday School conference of the Algona circuit was held .Sunday afternoon at two o'clock In the local Trinity Lutheran church. The conference was opened with a short addresn by Rev. P. J. Braner. Over 70 teachers and pastors were in attendance. The Rev. R. Kubelitz of Fenton read a very interesting and initruc- tive paper showing the qualification and the work of u Sunday School teacher. Air. and Airs. H. R. Cowan returned Friday from a two weeks' vacation trip. They were guests of Mr. Cowan's brother and wife, Mr. und Mrs. Wood Cowan, ut Delray Beach, Florida, for two weeks. Del- luy is located b.'twe%n Palm Be.-u-h and Miami. They also spent a week with Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Bueli, residents of Burt who arc wintering in St. Petersburg. Mi- and Mrs. Cowan spent ten days sightseeing on the return trip und repotted Charleston, South Carolina, Richmond, Virginia, Washington, D. C., and Chicago a<i pi-j.-its of interest They also hud perfect weuther conditions throughout thu whole trip. Chas. Hundertmark Rites at Ottosen West Bend: The members of th» American Legion attended the funeral of Charles Hundcrtmnrk at Ottosen. Friday afternoon. He was a member of the Harry Anderegg post in West Bend. He died in the Veterans' hospital at Des Moines Tuesday. He was also a member of the Odd Fellows lodge of this place. He was a cousin of Wm. Hundertmark of this place. DIES AT LIVERAIORE Mrs. Nicholas Rles. 83 year old resident of Llvermorp. died nt f o'clock Monday morning at her home here. Funeral services will be held at 9 n. m. at the Sacred Heart church In Livermore and burial will be made nt St. .Top. Her husband preceded her In death four months ago to the day. She is survived by seven children. Mrs. Anm Welter, Charles nnd John of Livnr- more, Mrs. Mary Welter of Brad- pnte. Henry of Rodman, Mrs. Barbara Donald of Fort Dodge and Kntherinc of Des Moines. Bill Weis Makes Furniture in Hi* Spare Moments Bill Weis. thp barber, has a hobby building furniture. At present he is completing a very attractive walnut corner cupboard with glass dors. With a lathe he has done some rather elaborate scrol work n-hich matches other furniture In his dining room. He works at his hobby in the back room nt his shop in spare time. Some time ago he completed a cabinet and bar for tho shop. Mrs Wm. Meyer Has Birthday Party Whittemore: A number of relatives gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer Thursday evening to help Mr. Meyer celebrate his 59th birthday. Cards were played by the men while thp IndPes visited nnd a delicious lunch wns served to the guests who were Mr. nnd Mrs. Hermnn Voigt and family. Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Schultz. Edw. and Elaine, Mr. and Mrs. George Schultz nnd sons. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck, son Henry and their daughter Lucille, Mr. and Mrs. Art Heidenwlth and ion. Ellsworth Dorothy Sebers and son, Ralph, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer, St. Joe: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lieb nnd son. DuaiW; Mr. nnd Mrs. Herbert Potratz and son, Edward of Lotts Creek. SAILORS For Spring SUITS Y<in Must IFavc One! A big assortment of straws and felts in a riot of color. Bowl Bretons, off-face hnlos. bonnets and pill boxes The ELITE •••" .__" ***™x*^^ SOLE AMBITION IX LIFE ... TO (!ROW UP INTO WOOL THAT WILL BE USED IN THE WORLD'S BEST Suits and ToDcoats AT THE HUB CLOTHIERS . rack after rack, j',,n ,,(• IH . W! („.;,,,,j|-,,| \-. ( } n .\ t . »«'H]«. S |vies . . . every fahrie, every st yle V( , u , n« mailer what model you (.refer. If it V IM-\V. i.ii.l if it's oood, j, - >s ]„.,.,._ sillu ,,. MI -| ( fTX l|( . I'lvast.-d mu.leJs, full ,1,. JI|M . m ,«le|s, sport models, n,i/?rv- ative models f,,r the husiness man anrl hanker. .'. stripe, plaids, tweeds, herrin-hones and novelty weaves. Kvcry suit, in its priee and style, is a .-r.,wnin-. a.-lii.-v.- ""•"tin its Held. T!IKIirHI, { ,sfMmHlup.,ll-yof K ivin,, more tor the money pays well. I'K'H'Kl) Fh'OM 5 oo $ TO 40 00 Hart Schaffner & Marx Suits at $30, 35, $40 "The Hub" at Algona is Always Expected to do the Unexpected! •So ayain this .season we hrini- to this community the largest, linest and most exclusive .stock of authentically styled suits to he found in North l"Wa. Our pur.-hasinu powerenahles us to \m\- nationalh-known.•lothiii"'anil hirnishiiui., l.-yMiu-ativuiitun.-. \\v"pa.» rhc>e savings,, n f<« you—-our customers. First Lutheran Church .M. A. Sjuotnuid, (uwtor Leiiteu services wiil be held on Thursday morning at 7:30 with the theme of the sermon, "To the Cross in Love." It Will Be "Opening Day" For Your Eyes When You Visit THE HUB CLOTHIERS LEUTHOLD WILLIAMS REYNOLDS | - The Clothing Corner of North Iowa -- f *«»***«a*^^

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