The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 15, 1938 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 15, 1938
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FOR SWEA CITY Christensen, Dye Oppose For Mayor; 7 Seek Council Seats Swea City Herald: With three tickets filed up to Wednesday morning of this week prospects for a lively town election Monday, March ?8, are good. A. J. Christensen and Jos. M. Dye have been nominated for mayor Christensen on the People's ticket and Dye on the Citizens.' Nomination petitions may be filed with Clerk S. P. Eckholm until Saturday night, or 15 days before the election, if the names are to be printed on the ballots. Nominations arising after Saturday must be written on the ballots by the voters. The three tickets filed up to Wednesday morning are as follows: Peoples' Ticket Mayir—A. J. Christensen; councilmen — John Haehm<l.r A. B! Tweeten, Fred Peterson, W. E. Carlson, A. C. Llnde; treasurer—J. J. Anderson; assesso —Guy Bone. Citizens' Ticket: Mayor-,Tos. V Dye; councilman—Arthur Pehrson treasurer -A. J. Ell<borcwgh. Independent: councilman—G. O Anderson. Election Officer* Named The council at its March meet Ing named election officers as fo lows: Judges—Mrs. Jennie McCrary Peter Looft and Bert Turnbaugh Clerks—Mrs. Ray Sperbeck an Roal Roalson. Under Iowa statutes municipal Hies elect a complete set of officer every two years, with the exception of town clerk who Is appointed. 4th Homebuilders Edition Due Soon The fourth annual Home- bulldcrs' Edition of The Algona t'pprr Deg Motncft will br ismed In the near future, and folks or firm* interested In bring represented In this special section are urged to contact this office Immediately. The *pccial section will go to press the latter part of thr wrrk. Preliminary plans arc, also bring \vorkrd on for a Centennial rdition of Thr Algona Up- prr Drs Moinrs, rnmmrninrat- Ing thr development nnd progress of thr state and Kossuth county, In thr past 100 years. Ideas or *uggr*tions for thlx edition, which will probably appear some time In July or August, will br appreciated. Algona Standard Oil dealers nr now selling Quaker State oils and greases in addition to Standard luh ricants. H. C. Hargreaves, Algrna Standard Oil agent, announce! today. Standard Oil Company of Indiana has become distributor for Quaker State Oil Refining corporation, Hargreaves stated, and local stations are offering the products Kcause many Algona automobile differs and other consumers prefer lubricants made from Pennsylvania crude oils. Don't suffer another day. We carry Dr. Echoll's Bunion Reducer, Leather Bunion Protector, Bunion Lotion and other helps for all types and sues of bunions, enlarged toe joints, swellings, etc. Let us •how you how Dr. Scholl will help you. We arc Headquarters for Dr. Scholl here. BROWNELL'S SECOND TICKET AFTER OFFICES AT UVERMORE Livermore: What seems to be a ed hot fight for office in this town, s evident from a second caucus eld Friday evening when a ticket tnown as the Citizens' ticket was completed. An unusual feature ol this meeting was the appearance ol many women who spoke right up in meetin' and after several nominations for mayor and councilmen, the high pointers whose names will be entered on the ticket are as follows: Mayor, Ole Nelson; councilmen, Herman Larson, Charles Brown, Van Hiserodt, Charles Armstrong and John Olson. Nelson is the present mayor, serving during the past two years here. The first caucus which was held a week ago, is known as the People's ticket and the names entered thereon are as follows: Mayor, George Burns; councilmen. Dr. R. W. Beardsley, Louis Behounek, Lloyd Hughes, Jess Franklin and George Roepke; treasurer, Florence Sweeney an assessor. John Lcntsch. Dr. Beardsley and Louis Be hounek have served during th past two years as councilmen. Flor cnce Sweeney has been serving a :reasurer. to fill out the unexpire erm of Mabel Phillips, who resign ;d. and John Lentsch has served a assessor. Decision will be handed down bj he voters March 28th. PLUM CREEK F. 6. IN ANNUAL MEET Harry Bode Elected Pres ident. 115 Attend Meet ing at Community hall The Plum Creek farm bureau met Friday night. March 11th, at the community room In the center school house with an attendance of 151. The meeting was called to order by H. J. Bode. Election of officers was held. The following officers were elected: president, H. .1. Bode; vice president, Leslie L. Huff; secretary, Roscoe J. Mawdsley and publicity chairman, Mrs. Leslie L. Huff. Claude Se?ley, Leonard ->ragor and Leslie Huff were chosen to serve as committee for the* April meeting. A very interesting program of ongs and recitations by pupils ind eacher, Genevieve Altwegg of the enter school, was given. A reading, "The Widow's Mites" was given by Claude Ostwinkle of Algona and a talk by Rev. J. M. Doms of Hurt. There were several musical selections by the Little German Band of Burt. Short talk were given by H. J. Bode, G. V\ Blelch, county farm bureau chai man, A. L. Brown, county agen and Lucille Pepoon, home demon stration agent. After the meeting a lunch con sisting of cake, sandwiches, pickle and coffee was served by the pro gram and menu committee, Mr. an Mrs. Wayne Keith, Mr. and Mrs Roscoe Mawdsley, Mr. and Mrs Claude Seeley. Wayne Keith wa chairman of the committee. The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, March 15,1936 Masonic Lecturer Here Wednesday A lecture of unusual Interest an importance to Mnsons will be giv fn Wednesday evening at the Mas onic Temple, by Don G. Mullan o Odebolt. His subject will be "Mas onir Frontiers", nnd will deal large ly with tlie beginnings of Maaonrj from the organization of the prem in- grand lodge in London in 1717 through its direct descent to own colonies in 1730. then to the terrltorj of Town in 1840. This is thr first of a group of thrrp lectures in the special course sponsored by the Masons of Algona nnd arranged through the Masonic Service Committee, a department of the Grand Lodge of Iowa. Many surrounding lodges have been invited, and the well known nhility of the speaker will attract a large attendance. All Mnsons arc invited and urged o attend. Falls Into River While Giving Aid To Woman Driver 822 Red Cross County Members A Red Cross meeting was held n Algona, Thursday afternoon, call- d for the purpose of hearing the nnual roll call for 1037-38. There are 822 members in the county. Mrs. Grace Ashbaugh, field representative from the office in St. Louis. Mo., was present and freely discussed different phases of the work. Among other things, she mentioned that $60.000.00 is spent nnually for local relief in the state of Iowa. f Big News! New Loaf - Twisled for Extra Flavor! Try our New Soft Twist Loaf today. Your first taut* U-lln you the difference—more Hutisfylnic flavor, flnrr texture better crust, better toanting quality and keeps fresh loneer! You'll find it a real treat Edwin Allen, employed on the G W. Patterson farm, escaped serious consequences March 5th while ho was helping a woman get her car back on the road after she hit a cement bridge on 169 between Burt and Bancroft. While he was pushing the car. Mr. Allen's foot slipped. He grabbed a steel post to support himself but it gave way. nnd he dropped five feet into the river below. As he attempted to get back to solid ground the ice broke and ho plunged into six feet of cold water. With the help of a passing truck driver he managed to make it to shore without accident. His comment is that he prefers to go swimming in warmer weather. Baby Baptized Whitemore: The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Zumach was christened Sunday by Rev. Fischer. She was named Carol -*e. Mrs. Hugo Meyer and W. A. lush we.-e sponsors. St. Pat Party At Whittemore Whittemore: Pupils of Presentation Academy will present a St. Patrick's day program In the Academy hall. Thursday evening, March 17th, at eight o'clock. The program will include a piano duet by Betty Smith and Ruth Kollasch, a chorus number of grade school pupils, a cowboy song ant dance by Edward Schumacher and Thomas Rochford and a tap dance by Irene Marte and Nina Faber. Mary Corlne Smith will offer a piano solo, and Dean Elbert will give a reading. Grace Weydert will present a vocal number and R dancr of Erin will be given by Kenneth Farrell and Eleanor Kollasch. Catherine Busherfeld and Margaret Fandel will present a piano number. Donna Jean Alig will give a military dance, and Ruth Young- with will present a piano solo. Others taking part in the pro- pram include Caroline Kollasch. Helen Youngwirth, Phyllis Eis- chield, Maybelle Keene. Dean El- herts, Gerald Eischeid. Helen Butler. Helen Kollasch. Rose Ann Butler and Caroline Kollasch. SPRING A BOON FOR UVERMORE SOCIAL EVENTS Llvermore: Several parties have been held here during the past week. Mrs. ,T. C. Tuttle entertained the Larkin group at her home Monday evening of last week. The evening was spent socially and playing bridge. This group of the Larkin members has been holding its meetings throughout the winter months at the different homes. A lunch was served at the close. The 76th/birthday ot Mrs. Frances Sltler was celebrated at her home southwest of town Tuesday when about 25 of her friends went for the afternoon. Mrs. Sitler received some very nice gifts and this was followed with the serving of a substantial lunch. Two lovely jirthday cakes were presented to he guest of honor. One was bak- »d by Mrs. Kate Fullerton. a daughter, and the other by Mrs. '. W. Hewitt. The party was snor,- ored by the two daughters. Mrs Helen Hastings, and Mrs. Fuller- on. Mrs. OHIe Smith was hostess to he Easy Aces brdige club at her ome Tuesday evening. Mrs. Lloyd Tughes received high score priz* trs. Herman Gronbach the>consol- tlon. The decorations of the home and the menu scheme was carried out In St. Patrick's colors, and were very unique. Rles. Mrs. Rles was brought by ambulance to her home here Wednesday, but is still In a very serious condition, with no hope held for her recovery. During the ab- pence of Mrs. Welter. Mrs. Max Gronbach assisted at the store, with George Reeves In charge. Mrs. M. Marso entertained the Jolly Eight club at her home on Wednesday, with Mrs. J. C. Tuttle and Mrs. F. R. Miliett guests other than members. • Bridge was the diversion with Mrs. Ted Wagner, Mrs. Tuttle and Mrs. George Lenertz receiving prizes. \A delicious lunch was served at trie close of the partv. Mrs. Max Gronbach will be the next hostess for this club. Debate Team Third But Beats Spencer The Algona hgih school debate team tied for third place In the district contest, held Saturday at Spencer. ' Sioux City Centra! and Sioux City East high schools won first and second. Fort Dodge tied Algona for third, Estherviile Was fourth, and Spencer fifth. On the team's affirmative aide are Eleanor Thorpe, and Jack Chrischilles, on the negative, Ruby Turner and Dick Norton. Algona's count was four won, and two lost in the.round robin. Dave Phillips coaches the team. VeeMullin Heads Wesley Sportsmen Wesley: At the annual meeting ol the local Conservation League held in Wesley last week Vee Mullln was reelected president; L. T. Root, secretary and treasurer and Paul Engen was named as a director from this chapter to serve on the Kossuth county board. J. D. Lowe, L. M. Merrltt and Game Warden Pierce, all of Algona, were present and gave talks bearing on Con- 2 Swea City Nominees Five candidates have been nominated for school director In the Grant consolidated district for the three years term to succeed Walter Engstrom. They are Frew Sheeley, Severt Holm, Sven Tjensvold, Mar- aln Tokheim and Otto Kelly. The outlook was for a red-hot election. Hospital News Glee Clubs Offer Concert Wednesday A concert by the high school glee Itibs will be presented Wednesday vening. March 16th, at 8 o'clock, i the high school auditorium under lie direction of Carmen Roskopf Admission will be free. The freshmnn girls' glee club will pen the program with three selec- ons, "Mighty Like a Rose". "Lite Coon's Prayer", and "Cakeshop .omance." The regular high school girl ngers will then offer four numbers Smiling Through", "Ah, Sweet Mystery of Life," "Cuckoo Clock" and "Green Cathedarl." The boys' glee club offerings will be "Water Boy". "Kentucky Babe", "Sleep Weary World," and "Sophomore Philosophy'. Mixed chorus numbers and solos will conclude the program. Classified Ads For Sale Double Wrapped for Vour Protection lona FLOUR 34 1 /? Ib. bag 49 Ib. bg 60c $1.15 GUIS CO Shortening 1 Ib can 3 Ib run 19c 48c Health 4 Economy Sale of EGGS doz. 17c \Vhite House Evap Milk 3 tall cans 20c I Heinz Soups j eit. chicken (-mnlio, '' clam clicmdiT <ir j COIIhllllllllf. ; Four l(i in caiin RITZ CKACKKKS I ih. tmx 21c ( lanU-r C.irl Baking Pwdr. M'i O/. I'iUl 19c | Sparkle j Gelatin Dessert I « pkR*. 25c AUKI-III* Olio I'ack Marshmal'ws I'UII 1 II). llUKH 25c I OIL* Corn 1 -Vo. n cam* 25c lona Tomatoes 4 No. 2 <«Jls 25c SllMIM til 1(1 FLOUR M 1 , Hi. I IUK I ft Ib bag 73c $1.39 Vavy Beans 5 It*. 25c Blue Row Rice 4 ItM, 18c Se*-dle*b Raisins 4 Ib. pkg. 28c Seminolv TISSUE 4 rollb 25c Ke-d OOM Paper TOWELS •• ritOn 19c P. & G Soap 10 reg. burn Stic 10 Ige. bun 33c Idaho Ji Ib. bug Potatoes 29c . PKG. 45 Mild and Mellow IMii iuu» 5 i^ Apples ___________ 25c 3 bunrhe* Radiates lOc Large, crisp bunches Celery _ 2 for 25c Out; March Ume ot l*u>," 'if copy A&P FOOD STORES t if AMfi -JF1 K 1 ! t L FOR RALE- Alfalfa and straw. Haled or loose.—A. J. Dittmer. Burt. 11-12' FOR HALE-Used Kovar spring tooth harrow.—McCormick-Deering Store. Algona. n FOR SALE^AIfalfa hay in barn. Phone ]2Fin.-Mrs. Edna Harr, Algona. jj« I'SED CAAS— TRCCKS 30 units Hold taut week, and fconw good buys in all price range* ktill left Here are a few: 1037 Ford 4-door Hedan, with heater, low mileage, look* nnd rutiH like ne\v, $525, 1936 Ford tudor. good tlr.-t., hot air heutrr, 17,000 miles, at I93. 1 ) Ford tudor, exceptionally clean throughout, reconditioned motor, at S33.V \mi Chevrolet roach, kner- tu-tion, motor completely overhauled. new piston* anil bearings, Si!75. A few lie") and 1930 model* nt Mi r j and up. Kasy terms! \Ve trade! KKXT MOTOR CO., Altjona II I AM .SELLING Hudhoji am! Ter- rajjlam- cars. .See me before you buy Lloyd Cross, Algona. 8-10* HERD fOP.NV .Seed fern. Seed Corn. Highest yielding, lowest [ prices Optn pollinated or hybrid. A. ('. Carlisle, Whittemore. 11-12* Lost and Found STOP AT Sampson's Tire Service and look over their lug grip tires for snow and mud. 6-tf Wanted WANTED—First class salesman to sell our complete line of monuments, memorials, etc. Liberal earnings. Write Kollmann Monumental Works. St. Cloud, Minnesota. Give references. u» WANTED—Your dead stock- prompt, sanitary removal. Phone 7, Algona. We pay all phone calls.— Algona Rendering Co. 11-tf FARM LOANS—T«m year farm 'nans. 4U. no commission.—C. W Vi< oulin. Real K' tate. Algona. Iowa 43-14* WANTED—We buy hides, see us first.—Joe Greenberg, Algona. 3-tf REAL BARGAINS on good Improved firms f.Iso reai buvs on Algona lots and homes.—Kohlrmah Bros phone 21 jo-tf FOR SALE Used regular Farm- all tractor. Good condition.—McCormick-Deering store. Algona. 11 S.MOKE, FIRE AND ASHES DON'T STOP IS! We're Doing Business Right Along. Let us get a 4'^ Long Term Farm Loan for You! The offices of Algona National Farm Loan Association together with the Real Estate and Insurance Service of H. D. Hucthins have been moved across the street from our former location, to the Chrischilles Block dfc-ectly over the Coast-4o»Coaat Store. Call on us at any time. H. D. HUTCHJNS Tel. 205-W Secretary-Treas. 11 FOR SALE-Used F-20 Farmali tractor. With cultivator. Very good.- McCormk k-Deering Store. Algona. n FOR SALE 1,'sed McCorrnick- I'eerinj; manure .spreader. Mr- CVirmirk-lJeering store. Algona. 11 FOR SALE IVe,j McCormicl:- I'eerins 102 corn planter. McCor- mick-Dcerinj{ store. Algona. I! FOR .SALE Used International LWB I'- ton 1 :<•<?, truck. McCor- niick-I'i-tnng Store. Alyojia. I! FOR SALE Ke^tered i.iiiki."•• Shorthorn rnak;. One to 14 mo- "f Hue. Aaron W .Stiirssy Lu- Vt-rne. Kl-11- ANNOUNCEMENT I am a candidate for reelection as supervisor of the third district on the Democratic ticket at the June primaries. Your support and vote will be appreciated.- Wm Cos grove. 7 _ tf A NNOt.\CEMKNT I will be a candidate for reel-^c- iKin as county supervisor from the -K Mid district. Your support will t.c greatly appreciated. -W. E. Me- j POLITICAL ANNOINCEMENT • I will bt a candidate for rei-le-j- tii'« as county supervisor from the first district, in the forthcoming ' primary election. Your support ar.d lifclp will be appreciated.—John Fraser. g. t f LET US VULCANIZE those broken tires and tubes. All work guaranteed S:unpoon Tire Service. 6-tf FOH SALE Row boat 14 ft... t!».t bottom, like- mvv Mrs. E I. Harr Irvingtoii. Iowa 11-12* Rent A.VNOINCEMENT I wish to announce my candidacy for the republican nomination for bupervisor of the second- district including Algona. Union and Plum Cree townships, subject to the will of the voters at the June uri- maries. C'laude A. Samson. 11-li ~~—^————^———__ For Your Car t OK KKNT Five room, new, modern apartment. til? South Dodge Mrs Walter Good. 11 DROP IN at Sampton's Tire Service when in need of a used tire or tube. 6 . a Joe Beard Buried In Irvington Lot Irvington: Joe Beard of Spring Valley. Minn., was buried here last Wednesday. Mr. Beard was well ndvanced in years nnd his death was due to the infirmities of old age For many years the Beard family lived east of Irvington. There were three boys and two girls in the family. Gail, local resident, is the ldest son and the other children bluing Glen, Lester. Myrna and Edith. Mrs. Beard preceded her husband in death about five years ago. General Hospital Monday. March 7—Mrs. John Holt of Ledyard gave birth to a baby boy. v Thursday. March 10—Mrs. Ralph Markln of Algona gave birth to n baby boy. Friday. March 11—H. L. Turner of Algona entered as a medical pat- lent. Sunday. March 13—Lowell Kropf of Ottosen, medical. KosNtith Hoiipltal Monday, March 7—Mrs. F. Srho- by of Algona entered for medical treatment. . Monday, March 7—John Trunk- hill, Burt. medical. Monday, March 7—Mrs. Paul Danson of Algona underwent an appendectomy. Tuesday. March 8—A. B. Nauss, Algona. died. Wednesday. March 9—Mrs. Theo. Johnson of LuVerne gave birth to a baby boy by Caesarian section. The baby died Sunday. Tuesday. March 10—Bernice Toppers are Tops ANNEX Toppers are the season's sensation—practical, dressy, inexpensive. A full line of sizes and colors at the Annex for 7.95 Alfo new silly print dresses and plain navys—charming frocks from 14 to 44 for 4.88 Dozens of attractive cotton print dresses—14 to 52—beautiful— the best dollar dresses in town. 98o Children cotton print dresses— values to $1.98 88c 2 for $1.59 Annex The Chrischilles Store Here's How It Is With Boleros! simulated swinging short Kohnea of Algona entered for medical care. Friday, March 11—Mrs. Thomas Cogley of Bancroft, minor surgery. Saturday, March 12—Mrs. Julius Seller of Algona gave birth to a baby girl. Saturday, March 12—Mrs. Harm Ffelmers of Algona gave birth to a baby boy. • Sunday, March 12— Mrs. Spur Ludwlg of St. Benedict, baby boy. Sunday, March 13—Hftrltfft &£<bee, M. .T. Holdren and EStrt Bowman of Algona entered with Injuries suffered at the Are. The men ar6 firemen. Monday, March 14—Mrs. Anna Weaver of Sexton, surgical. Monday, March 14-^-Ethel M*y Arndorfer of AIg6na had her tonsils removed. Jtik* 3& PHOENIX W Changeable colors ... a new adventure tor you in mystic loveliness ... a subtle beige, by day ... a glowing tone by night Phoenix colon like "Fantasy." "Gleam" and "Vivid" blend suavely with costumes. $1.15 — otlwn ot $1.00. The Chrischilles Store $2.95 - $11.0O Answering Your Spring Hat Questionl Stop wondering about, the NEW Spring hats. Come, see them all here. Every one adorably smart . . . every one a fascinator. The Chrischilles Store For that home-like, restful atmosphere use Columbia Venetian Blinds The Chrischilles Store Xcvvot is shortest . . . Schiaparelli's youth/ul idea carried out in -'729 with •,hort or long sk-evci. Some aren't real boleros at all b.-t^i atiiH-lu-J part of the dress as 2134. And the swinging one ol 11 5<j:., tlit kind that's beconi jig to everyone. Be sure to inciud< one of these in joui Ea.-.ter wardrobe. over your problems with u s - d Ulk

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