The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 22, 1938 · Page 5
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Mr MM. C J Thursday evening in for. M» o for the Methodist church Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Fox were Snn- •$* *««£ at 'he home of Mr and Mrs. Al Sterzing at Spencer. Mrs. Leo Spilles, Sister Mary Isador and Sister Mary Pa the V day° F ° rt D ° dge ' Saturta » ' „ . ave nn address on "Communism" at the M E. church in Emmetsburg, Mondav •evening. Mrs. C. E. Ronpe left Friday for <-.edar Rapids for a week's visit with her son and wife, Mr. and Krs. Arnold Roupe. , Mrs. F. S. Norton and Daughter, Eleanor, spent the week end at their home here. Eleanor is dean of girls at the South St. Paul high school. C. S. Johnson Chick Feeders and Chick Waterers Pig Pans __25'c-43c-65c Spading Porks 89c Garden Hose 89c Inside House Paint quick drying Hipli Gloss So easy to put on only $2.26 gal. Cobbler Potatoes bag 97c Omar'Flour 1.70 Jersey Bran Flakes lOc Honey, 5 Ibs. only 49c Mnlnn%1 d Mrs> AIton Hanson of Mason City, were guests Sunday at Mr", ?"« °T ¥"• Hans °n's mother Mrs. J. B. Johnston. The members of the Beta Sigma Phi business girls' .sorority will attend their gym class in the high school gym this evening. Q/ da ,??, lpln ' stnden t at the Iowa State College at Ames, is spending a weeks spring vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Halpln. "' W ,', E ' Lalrd *"* daughter, y, will go to Rochester, Minn., mrfweek end to check up on Bety s sinus trouble at the Mayo clinic. Mrs. J. H. Dobson of Alexandria, South Dakota, arrived Saturda vening for a visit with her so and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Henr Jobson. Mrs. Matt Holtzbauer slipped an fell in her home, Friday, badly in during her back. She is 82 year old, and is confined to her bed a this time. Lenten services will be held at th First Lutheran church' on Thurs day evening at 7:30. The theme o the sermon will be "To the Cros in Service." Ila LclTert will return to the low State College at Ames, Wednesday where she is a student, after visit Ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D L. Leffert since Saturday. The Algona Upper Des Moines. Algona. Iowa, March 22,1938 REPAIR REMODEL : RELINE Let us make your wardrobe up-to-date. You'll tiind our pi-ices reasonable. Cloptoii The Tailor Phone 38 Over Behlnuers Announcement the courtesy of Mr. L. VV. Swanson my hut shop is temporarily located in the Swanson Store next to Zender'.s. I can show my old and new customers a complete new line of spring millinery. i'oinc in and see me. Elizabeth Holtzbauer I Post drove ta DPS Molnes Thursday on business returning on Friday morning. I* J. rfcGraw hM been III with heart trouble for, the past week and has been confined to his bed. English ' Lenten service will he held at the Trinity Lutheran church Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. George Hohenherger celebrated his 85th,birthday, Sunday. Mr. Hohenberger is enjoying good nealth. Pauline Van Horn visited during T i W ?, ek end with her Bother, Mrs. J. L,. Van Horn and other relatives at Mason City. E. B. Grlswold of Des Moines visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs Anton Anderson, Friday night. He is Mrs. Anderson's cousin. Mrs. C. W. Sarchett Enjoyed n visit Sunday from her great grandson, Earl Rasmussen and family, the P. w. Reece family and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Walker of Sails were week end guests at the homes of their sons and wives, Mr. and Wrs. Norman Walker and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Walker. E. B. Waller, father of B. B. Waller of Algona, returned to St. Paul, Minn., Saturday via Chicago & Northwestern, after a visit of several days in this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. ,1. B. Johnston and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lampright attended a home talent play at Emmetsburg on the 17th. They had relatives in the cast. Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner drove to Mountain Lake, Minn., Sunday because of the death of their former church elder, John Oeltjeir- hruns, Sr, who passed away Friday. Dr. and Mrs. G. D. Wnlratlt nml daughter, .Tcnn, Audrey Fritz and Carmen Raskopf motored to Spencer nnd took time off for nn airplane rido, which was a new and different thrill. Omega MeOrnth was railed to Clarion Saturday morning because of the serious illness of her father Aaron McOrath. Mr. McGrath die.i Monday afternoon. Omega wns employed as rlcrlt nt the Christonsen Bros, store. Mr. and Mrs. t,. B. Mlddleton of Eagle Grove and L. W. Middlcton of Waterloo v/ere guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. N. C. Rice, Friday and Saturday. The L. B. Middletons are Mrs lice's parents, and L. W. Middle- on is her brother. Mr. and Mrs. Doris Mrers nnd •trs. R. D: Schultz and daughter Bobbie Jean, of Jefferson, were ruests of Mr. and Mrs. . Marvin dements, Friday nnd Saturday. Mr. nd Mrs. Myers and Mrs. Clements' inrents, nnd Mrs. Schultz Is her ister. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Morck nnd Tr. nnd Mrs. Ted Larson drove to Wason City, Sunday nftcrnoon. to eet Virginia Morck, who arrived n the Rocket to spend a week's acatlon with her parents. Virginia ttcnds the University of Minnesota at Minneapolis. Mr*. Ralph Mledke and her sister, Helen Giles left for Mollne, III., on Monday. Mrs. Miedke will visit during the weak with her parents. Mr. and Mr.. W. F. Giles, and Mr. Mlodke-ii moth.r, Mr*, Auguat Ml«d- k*. Helen Giles Tiad visited here for a week with Mr. and Mrs. Mied- ke. Her home Is at Moline. Rev. and Mrs. George Vance and Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Hutching drove to Clear Lake, Sunday, nnd attend-' ed afternoon and evening services for the ordination of Rev. Joseph Bryan Cnlhoun, who wns ordalno'l as minister of the Congregational J ohurcli. Rev. Vnnre nnd Mrs Hnt- rhins were delegates for the examining council. Dr. and Mrs. Ignatius Wrrnert of Niagara Falls, N. Y., are the parents of an eight and one-fourth pound daughter. This is the first child for Dr. and Mrs. Werncrt ind the first grandchild for Mr. and Krs. I. Wernert of Algona. Dr. Wernert Is a teacher in the chem- stry department at the Niagara University. (Jessie Smith returned Monday rom Washington, D. C., where she md vialted a week or ten days at he home of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Stehle. While there she visited the •faval Academy at Annapolis. Mrs. tehle was formerly employed with esale at the Algona Ice Cream £. Candy Factory. Mr. Stehle is a "Son f Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Stehle, and lays in the United State Marine Sand. NAZIS RULE VIENNA AFTER SCHIISCHNIOO-S fncnnorK U l r ! an NnziS ' Wildl >' celebrnUnh fall of Chnacellor Kurt Schuschnigg in the Vienna street carry a policeman on their shoulders. He raises his right arm in their saluate and wears on his left arm the swastika they had giv-en nn P V v, * flTE OF DISASTER-New London. Texas: 10,7 uni "V^ ghaSt ' y gns ex P |osion occurred on March 1937, killing 280 students and 14 teachers, nnd demolishing ni™ m T ti r i, U i ' the ab ° Ve buildi "K ia r "Pi<»y nearing completion. Tawtfjle resources of the school are listed nt S20.000000 the schooUgfcrly income is approximately $350,000. It is hoped that .he bufldins will he sufficiently complete so that the June graduating exercises can be held there as well as memorial services to those whoso lives were lost in hte disaster NAZI SUBMARINE IN SPANISH WATERS-Evldencc of Nazi support of Franco's rebel forces in Spain is revealed in this exclusive photo smuggled out by Walter Schalblc. American deserter from Franco's army. The German eagle is shown on the conning tower of the submarine in the harbor at Cadiz. The submarine, reports Schaible, flew both a Spanish flag and the Nazi swatsika. The seizure of Austria by Nazi forces last week and the apparent success of Franco's army in Spain through Nazi aid has created a tenseness throughout Europe. (iOKRING REVIEWS GERMAN TROOPS—Berlin, Germany: Hermann Gocring, with his field marshal's baton which was presented to him by Chancellor Adolf Hitler, as he reviewed trooup. Goerins acted as chief of state during Hitler's absence in Austria. Make a Ring Around this Day Wednesday irch 23 Ellis M. Lyons will be in our store with a superb line of Tailoring You Men who are hard to fit or who want something unusual in Fabric or Style will welcome his visit. HUB Clothiers Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Morrow and the latter's son. Paul Worsier, of Audubon, were week end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Norton. Mrs. Morrow; ia Mr. Nor- ton'i sister. ,. ( , ,, Mr. and Mr». D. A. Barnard drove to Wlnnebagft. Minrt., Sunday and visited at the home of Mrs. Barnard's uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Charles Norman. J. B. Johnston completed 87 years of service for the American Life Insurance Co. this week. He is still hale and hearty, despite his long period of service in the business. O. E. HityiiR and wife returned Saturday morning from Peoria, 111. where they had visited since last December at the home of their son. Carl Hayne, who operates a jewelry store there. Elizabeth Holtzbauer spent Friday in Des Moines purchasing a complete new stock of hats and will open a hat shop in the Swanson Radio Shop. Wednesday. She was formerly in the hat department at Christensen Bros, store. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ehm and eon. Phillip, and little daughter. Elaine pf Des Moines were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dau, Friday night and Saturday. Saturday they attended the funeral of R. D. Wehrspann at Fenton. Mr. and Mm. William Dau and family were guests at the home of the former's mother. Mrs. Anna Dau at Whittemore. Sunday. Mrs. Anna Dau was celebrating a birthday and her children entertained in her honor as a surpiise party. Winifred E. Sarchett enjoyed a visit on Sunday from her nephew and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Wilhtrt Sorensen of Vilborg. South Dakota. They made the trip by auto and were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Lee and children und a Mr. Haskins. Mr*, (jeorge Boswrll and her bis- ter Mrs. H. C. Ailland of Whittemore spent the week end in Des Moincs vi.sitinij their nio'her. Mrs J. H. Delaney. The Ailiands recently located in Whittemore where Mr. Ailland is a dentist, succeeding Dr. Smith. * >Ir. and Mr*. Archie Quarton of Anaheim, California, were guest* of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Quarton Thursday and Friday. They left Friday for Iowa Falls where they will visit relatives of Mrs. Quarton The visiting Mr. Quarton is the judge's nephew. Mr. nnd .Mrs. Jor Ki-Hy drovi- to Pocahontns, Sunday, and visited friends. •Mrs. Ray Ludriulorf \VIIH nillml to Cedar Rapids the first of last week by the rle-ith of her mother Mrs. Pat Devlin, who died March IS. The funeral was held Friday. Mrs. Ladenciorf is expected home the last of this week. Mr. and .Mrs. J. E. Wilson of Tltonka, Bernard Wilson of Lake Mills, and Mr. and Mrs. Vaughan Rising and Mrs. Florence Peterson and son of Algona were dinner guests nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Wilson, Sunday. The occasion was Mrs. Wilson's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Tlieo. Hutchison ' spent the week end with relatives in Des Moines, and brought back | the former's mother, Mrs. A. Hutchison, who had been visiting since Wednesday at the home of her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Call. They also stopped at Boone and brought Ross Quinby | home from Boone. where he had been spending a few days visitin? his brother-in-law. Harry Houghton. Mr. Quinby is the owner of the Christensen store building. MJ-. and Mrs. Everett Anderson returned Saturday from n two weeks' trip during which time thuy traveled 3.500 miles. They drove through southern Iowa, Illinois Kentucky, Tennessee, and into Alabama. They visited Mr. Anderson's sister. Mrs. H. E. Gust at Mobile. Mr. Gust is connected with the Continental Rooting Company. Here they visited the Brurher and Bellingrath Gardens, as it was azalae time. They spent several days at Pensacola. Florida, enjoying the ocean and sea food. They reported New Orleans us especially interesting. Here they visited the old slave market, the museum.-,, and the French quarter. On the return trip it was necessary to detour 11! miles because of damage caused by wind storms. Phil, the little Anderson son. remained with his um-le and aunt. Mr. an.l Mrs. Hulmnn Anderson <iur:ns lii.s parents' absence. Academy Speakers On Rotary Program Academy de-lamatm-y winners from St. Cei-elia's. vyho have onlv one more contest to conquer be'- fore becoming eligible for the state contest, demonstrated very capably to Algona Rotarians. ' Monday noon, how they won honors thi"- season. The trio of Rose Anne Holtzbuu- er. Betty Kohlhaas and John Lee Holtzbauer, introduced by Father Ahman, made a decided hit. and were unusually brilliant in their presentation. They all won first places in th- Sioux City Diocesan tourney held recently. Spring Fashion News from the Hub Clothiers The Men's and Young Men'» Style Store Vou'll Find Here A Selection Equal to The Largest City Stores 22 50 24 50 29 50 Herringbones and Chalk Stripes Share the Honors in New Spring Fabrics The Balmacaan is Tops in Topcoats All-Wool Prep Suits 16 50 First iu Value as well as Stvle. Drape Lounges in Single and Double Breasted Models Lead the Field in Suits NO TRANSACTION IS COM PLETE IN THIS STORE UNTIL OUR CUSTOMER IS SATISFIED. The Clothing Comer of North Iowa

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