The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 12, 1938 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 12, 1938
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, April 12,1938 Mrs. JT. T. Bohannon received a better from her son, Lloyd, which reported that he and his wife and little ton, Billy, would move to •Jfouston, Texas, from Los Angeles. Mr. Bohannon is employed by the Remington-Rand Company. ; Charfa* Lund, formerly employed : at Lu80ys drug store, who Is now attending the Des Moines College wf Pharmacy, spent the week end •with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hen*y Lund. Mrs. Lund had an In- Tection of the- eye and at the same time had an attack of mumps. Lewis and Jrihh Ferguson, and their friend, Herman Sancken of Ames are w«ek end guests at the home of the former boys' mother, Mrs. W. K. FergMson. Lewis Is employed In the forestry division at Ames, and the latter two are students at the Iowa State College. Mr. and Mm. Matt Selzer took their daughter, Catherine, to Mason City, Sunday. CatherlnA has been home for a week recovering from an appendectomy. Catherine will attend classes at the Mercy hospital on her return but will be unable to be on floor duty, for several weeks. Dr. and Mrs. John Keneflck took the latter's mother, Mrs. Nina Snodgrass to Des Moines, Thursday, Safety Sam Says Remember that the horn won't take the place of brakes when you come up behind another motorist. IF YOU CAN'T STOP, don't start! Drive In for brake inspection and adjustment. Don't chance faulty brakes. Wm. C. Dau Garage Phone 165 So. Dodge and returned Friday. Mrs. Snodgrass, who spent the winter at Upland, California, has visited here a month at the Keneflck home, and before her return to her home in Chicago, will spend several days visiting relatives In Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. A. O.' Burmefster and daughter, Donna Jean of Minneapolis arrived Saturday for a visit with Algona friends. They are guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dau. Mr. Burmeister, former teacher In the Algona high school, Is now teaching electricity at the Marshall high school In Minneapolis. They expect to return Thursday. Margaret Mlddleton of Eagle Grove was a guest at the home of her aunt, Mrs. N. C. Rice, Friday and Saturday. She returned with Mrs. Rice's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Mlddleton, who came for her Saturday. Margaret recently returned from Detroit, Michigan, where she had been visiting the Rice daughter, Mrs. Charles Du- Charm. Mr. and Mr*. Anton Anderson returned Thursday evening from Ortonville, Minn., where they had been called by the illness of Mrs. Anderson's sister-in-law, Mrs. Fred Holman. They left her better on their return. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson spent Wednesday night at Echo, Minnesota, as guests of Mrs. Ed Pasche, who with her children, returned to Algona, for a week's visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Herman. FUR COATS Cleaned Glazed Stored Put your fur coat in storage before moths have a chance to do any damage to it. CLOPTON * The Tailor Phone 38 Over Behlmers ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••B Builders Hardware Carpenters and Builders Tools please in' speet oifr window display of these iteins. Check up and let us jrive you an estimate on your hardware needs. Kohlhaas & Spilles Mrs. E. A. Scheme! Is confined to her home with the mumps. Mrs. Ella Laird and daughter, Betty, and Mrs. Kenneth Knudseti spent Saturday In Mason City. Lloyd Pratt spent the week end visiting at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt. Mrs. Walter BTiomns of Cedar Rnpids Is a house guest at the norm- of Mr. and Mrs. Don Hutchison. Joe Lowe was a week end guest of his mother, Mrs. Dan Lowe, at her home In River Falls, Wisconsin. Richard Charles Bell, year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bell, went to West Bend, Sunday for .1 week with his great-aunt, Mrs. Irv- In Shellmeyer. Ruth Bishop, teacher in the Iowa City schools, arrived Saturday and will visit until Easter Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop. Arlene Soncrholm of Crystal Lake will return to hef home the first part of next week, after a two weeks' visit with her sister, Mrs. Holman Anderson. Ocorge L. Miller came down with the mumps last week and is confined to his home. Mrs. Lloyd Wellendorf is also confined with the mumps at the Miller home. Bill Dailey, who Is employed by the American Optical Company in Des Moines, arrived Saturday and will visit for the wek with his mother, Mrs. Edythe Dailey. Virginia Schoby and Helena Huffman of Des Moines spent the week end In Algona visiting relatives and friends. The girls are employed at the Grace Ransome tea room In Des Moines. John Bishop, student at the University of Iowa at Iowa City, will arrive Wednesday to spend the rest of the week, spring vacation, with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop. Mrs. Fred Clarke and daughter, Mary Clarke, arrived Friday anri wore here until Sunday to attend the funeral of Mary's grandmother. Mrs. A. D. Clarke, which was held Saturday. Eleanor Edge arrived Sunday and visited her friend. Mildred Pratt, returning toda (Tuesday) to her home In Mitchell. South Dakota Kleanor is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Edge. Mplzar Kulkenlialner and Eugene Murtagh of the Druggists Mutual were in Dea Moines from Tuesday until Friday operating a booth at the five state drug show which was held at the-Shrine Temple. Dr. and Mrs. John Keneflck drove to Eagle Grove, Sunday, to visit at the home of Dr. Kenefick's parents Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Keneflck. T H. Keneflck, postmaster at Eagle Grove, has not been well lately. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jacotaon and Mr. and Mrs. James Igou of Dows were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Jacobson The J. C Jacobsons are Mr. Jacobson's parents, and Mrs. Igou Is his Bister. Mrs. Ben Rned, and Mr. and Manson Stewart of Tankton, South Dakota, arrived Friday and visit ed until Sunday at the home of Mr and Mr*. Lee Reed. Mrs. Ban R««d U Mr. Reed's mother, and >tr«. Stewart is his sister. Sir. and Mr*. Campbell Humph rey. Jr., formerly of Cleveland | Ohio, have moved to Algona to make ' their home. Mr. Humphrey, who for the past five years has beei employed by the Quaker Oats Co. hiri resigned to accept a position at (he Algona Ice Cream Factory. Mr Humphrey will be remembered as Grace Taylor. ••••••••••••••••? Drop in today and select YOUR Easter gift for "the woman in your life'. . . your mother . . . wife... or sweetheart. Easter Aw'tment. Tasty . Ib, 50c Chocolate Eggs. Choc. « ^^ •balled cream*, each 3C IwC 10c Fruit and Nut Egg. Fruit in cordial cream Complete Line of EASTER FLOWERS Cut Flower* . . . FUute . . .Eiu»ter your aelettoa barn Paas Easter Egg Dyes -Ipkg. lOc Easter Greeting Cards 6c-36c Very Special for "Her" Easter Par* UMM T«U«* Water Powdar M* D. James i THE STORE Flowers for EASTER Cut Flowers Roses, several colors, doz. $2 JO to*&00 Carnation*, assorted doz.<lJM> Snap Dragons doz. *LSO-2JH> Easter Lilies, cut, 3 for *UM) Sweet Peas bunch $14)0 PLANTS Lily Plants each M-00-S.OO Rose plants each fl.'U-t.SM Hydrangea plant* «a 1.00-2.50 Cineraria plant* sach Mc-1.00 Geranium* each Uv-lOo Corsages Made to order of her favorite Flower* Gardenia*, ROM*, Sweet Peas PaiMla*. etc. , TOc to «UO e*cn Dellverl** on Butar Homing if r«qua*tad MS Algona Greenhou* There trill be a meeting of the Rebekahs this evening (Tuesday) at eight o'clock at the I .O. O. F. hall. Mrs. Mary Harsh, who has been iving in the Walker , apartments, moved Into her own home on South Thorington last week. Rev. and MM. Lonrtlc Voorhle* of the Nazarene church will attend a Christian Workers' convention :0 be held at Charlton, Iowa, next week. Mrs. Ruth Hunter returned to Des Moines Sunday after visiting since Friday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Dickinson and her on, Lynn. Mrs. Wm. Aelderks of Lalcota arrived last week Tuesday and will be a guest at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Alwin Huenhold until after Easter. Airs. C. W. Morck and son, Bud, will be released from quarantine. Saturday. They have been in quarantine for three weeks, Bud having been ill with scarlet fever. Mr. and .Mrs. Ralph Mlcdke spent the week end at Atlantic with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Huber and daugh- er, Esther. Mr. Huber is also the manager of a Boss Hotel at Atlantic. Mr. and Sirs. Wm. Barry were, called to Omaha, Sunday, by the ilness of their son, Wm. Jr., who is 11 at the hospital there. He is a student at the Creighton Univers- ty. X. C. Rice was able to back down;own Friday after being confined at lome for a week with the flu, and Nipper Is back on regular drug store breakfast of doughnuts and coffee. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Oberg spent Sunday in Mason Ctiy visiting relatives. Mr. Oberg is employed by 3. F. Towne, and they are living In the Clapsaddle apartment on North Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Irelan drove to Fort Dodge, Friday on business. Bob Wray, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wray, is ill with scarlet fever, and the'Wray homo is under quarantine. Mrs. Clark Holdridge, Glendulc, California, who accompanied the body of her husband here for bur ial at Whittemore. is the guest of her sister. Mrs. Julia Dearchs and other relatives. .Mr. and Airs. O. S. Llndsey returned home. Saturday afternoon, after spending the winter in Newton at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Fred Bunker. Mrs. Bunker is the Ltncl- sey's daughter. Jamea Bishop, Harlan Slgitbee, Irma De Phillips, Marion Corey, Elaine Hilsteadt and Bernice Stock drove to Mason City, Sunday, to visit James Spencer, who was celebrating his birthday. H. W. Roba, prominent Lakota resident and formerly mayor of that place, visited in Algona, Monday, and made a visit at the Upper Des Moine« office, where he renewed his subscription for both Algona papers. Mrs. John Iiaaoson and three children left Monday forenoon to join Mr. Isaacion at Portland, Oregon, where they will make their future home. Mr. Isaacson left about a month ago and ha» found employment th«re. Sir. and .Mr*'. G. D. Bhumwtay are parent! of a fine seven and one- half pound daughter born Saturday afternoon at the Kossuth hospital The little lady has been named Sandra Fay. The Shumways have one other child, a son, David. .Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Sears and son of Mason City were guests Saturday at the home of Mrs. H. J. Bacon. Mrs. Etta Sears, mother of E. E. Sears, returned home with them following a weeks' visit here at the Bacon home and with other relatives. Jtiines and Jean Murtugh will drive to Fort Dodge Wadnesday evening to meet their sister, Betty, who will be at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C B. Murtagh, until Sunday. Betty is a sophomore at the University of lowu at Iowa City. Mr. and .Mrs. Milton Norton drove* to St. Paul, Friday, and returned Sunday. Mrs. F. 3. Norton and daughter, Eleanor, returned with them, and will spend a week visiting here. Miss Norton is assistant principal and deun of girls in a St. Paul high school. Mr. and Mm. M. J. Duffy and daughters, Ruth Ann,, Rosemary and Catherine drove to Whittemore, Sunday afternoon, to visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Duffy, Sr., and because of the illness of Mr. Duffy's sister-in-law, Mrs. Hugh Duffy, who underwent an operation at the Whittemore hospital, Sunday afternoon. Father T. J. Dttvern and hU »»- sitant, Father E. J. McCoy of the Corpus Christi church in Fort Dodge were in Algona Friday visiting friends and Father Davern's bister, Sister M. Bernadine, who teaches at the Academy this year. Father Davern's many Algona friends art) always glad to see him back in his former parish for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Evart Eyres of Le- Mars will be week end guests at the home of the tatter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Bergtleld. They will take their little son, Phil, home with them. Phil has been with his grandparents for several weeks during the illness of his mother, who waj sick with pneumonia, and his father, who had a light case of scarlet fever. Mrs. \V. B. Qnarton, Mrs, C. B. Murtagh and Mrs. Irtna Dee Adams drove to Des Moines today (Tuesday) and will return Wednesday after visiting friends and relatives. Chas. Nolte was down town Monday for the first time In a month. He has not been In his usual good health of late, but thinks the spring sunshine will soon end his troubles. Junp-Adolo Overmyor came Saturday for a weeks' vacation with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Overmyer. She is having her spring vacation from teaching at Oskaloosa. Sir. and Sirs. Paul Bell are the parents of a baby boy born at the Kossuth hospital Sunday afternoon. April 10. The baby weighed eight pounds and ten ounces. This is the second son for Mr. and Mrs. Bell. Sir. and Sirs. Marvin Clements spent the week end in Jefferson visiting their respective parents. The Clements will move this week to one of the Deal houses in the south part of town. They have bo«>n living in the Lathrop apartments. Betty Jean Sillier and Carmen Wellendorf are recovering from the mumps at the George L. Miller home where mumps have almost overcome the household. Carmen's mother, Mrs. Lloyd Wellendorf, had them, and George Is still confined to his bed with them. Sir. and Sirs. Cliff Aalfs and son, Gary of Sioux City, came Saturday for a visit with Mrs. Aalfs parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bailey. Mr. Aalfs, who was recently transferred from Algona by the Armour Co. resumed his duties, Monday, but Mrs Aalfs and son remained for a longer visit Sir. and Sir*. fc. W. LuMiy returned Friday front Des Moines whers they had attended the Iowa Druggists' convention held at the Hotel Fort Des Moines. and the five- state drug show which was held at the Shrine Temple. Their extra time wns spent visiting, Mr. Luaby'n son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. H. Pierce Witmer arid their ten months old daughter, Annp. Mr. I/usby reported the ronds very hiul on the return trip, some of the drifts being higher than the cnr on both sides of the rood. of as possible automobile motors for some time, but Merle is a jump ahead of th* parade. He Snys that he believes it will be a good thing when some of our economical inventions come off the shelf instead of going on the shelf. MW8TO Livermore News Mr. and Mrs. William Malkmtis. who came from their home at Buchanan. to attend the funeral of his mother, Mrs. Josephine Malkmus, returned to their home Wednesday. Clare Roepke. son of Mr. an;l Mrs. George Roc|>ke: La Vaughn Ri- Icy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Riley; nnd Fnve Shields, son of Mr. and Mrs. wfllard Shields, nil of Livermore. left Monday for Great Lakes, where they nre entering the navy. Announcement has boon mrnle by Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Hoffman of Livermore. nnd Mrs. Thomas Moore of DCS Moines, of the engagement nnd approaching mnrriage of their son and daughter. Howard H. Hoffman of Livermore, nnd Mnry Hnrgis Moore of DCS Moines. The wedding will tnke place nt Des Moines. ntvi the date set Is April 29. Mrs. Max Gronhnch wns hontess to the "Jolly 8" bridge club nt her home Tuesday. Guests other than members were Mrs. Hans Mndscn. Mrs. F. R. MilleU, Mrs. J. C. Tuttle, Mrs. Culvert Johnson, nnd Mrs. Edward Ophelm. Mrs. Ophclm nnd Mrs. Tuttle won the guest prizes. Mrs. Frank Cox.and Mrs. Hcrninn Pooch received the member prizes nnd Mrs. Oscar Olson hnd the travel. Refreshments closed the pleas- nnt afternoon. The next mooting of the club will be nt the home of Mrs. Ted Wagner. A committee composed of Mrs Edward Opheim. Mrs. Culvert Johnson. Mrs. Elmer Knowles. Mrs. John Merris. Mrs. Albert Weber. Mrs. F. R. Millet. Mrs. Arrhip Wiler Hewitt from the Equality rluh son. Mrs. P. Murphy, nnd Mr«. Weaver Hewitt from the Equality Hub. were In charge of the April Fool Party held Thursday at the town hnll. Several guests other than members enjoyed the affair. Bridge wns indulged in. and members rerpivinK prizes were Mrs. Max Grnnnnrh. and Mrs. Louis Behoun- ok. Curst prizes went to Mrs. Her- Pooch nnrl Mrs. Janet Ristau. Mrs. Ernest Boyd hrfd the ohalr prize. A lot of 'April Fooling" by the committee was rarried out during the afternoon. Farmers Problems Kvcry f;iniior lias ]>v<tl>lcnis t<> solve. \Vc cannot solve all your problems, but \vo can solve yonr building problems, and save you money in doinir so. We handle Harbed Wire. Woven Wire. Steel Fenee Posts. O.-ites. Sliinules, both wood and absestos. Roll Roofing, Xails and all building materials. We buy in car load lots and sell for cash only. GET OUR PRICES Miller Lumber Co. Lower Prices Strictly Cash Hast State St. & X. W. H. R Tracks Phone 108 Algona Man Has Diesel Engine In Auto for PowfT Merle Wellendorf of Algonn has n unique power plant. In mobile—It Is a Chevrolet car, powered by a diesel motor. In which he has traveled some 4,300 miles. The car, he nays, maintains speeds of 60 miles per hour, and Is cooler than a gasoline powered engine. He says he has no trouble In idling through city traffic, and that the car makes better than 20 miles to the gallon on straight dlstllllate at a saving of 50 per cent when compared with gasoline. Diesel engines have been talked Word conte* front St Florida, that Mrs. C. R. Sheetz, former Algonian, is in a hospital there where she has been a patient for several days. She has been iu failing health for some time, but has enjoyed keeping in touch wit]; her old friends by letters and reading the Algona papers. Frituds here had letters from here about two weeks ago. Mr*. Marion Burbaok and Jin*. Fred Geigel will drive to Storm Lake, Thursday afternoon, to attend the Mother's Day luncheon at the Buena Vista college. Their daughters, Glendora Burbank and Georgiaune Oeigel attend college there. They will return with their mother* and visit at their respective homes until Sunday evening, this being their spring vacation. Mr*. T. C. Shtrnnui i» visiting In New York City this month with her children, Edwurd, Richard, and Mrs, Chester Kin*«ley. Richard went from Hollywood to New York the fore part of the month and U now vacationing in Cuba. He and his mother will drive back to Algona the latter part of the month, and Richard who U a scenario writer for one of the Hollywood movie companl«», will remain here (or a visit with his parent*. Tues.-Wed., April 12 13 Two of the Finest Bobby Breen in "HAWAII CALIJ3" (Second Feature I Edw, Bergen and Charlie McCarthy In Three Top Comedy Revue Thurs thru Sat., April 14-16 Big Three Way Program Prices 10c-21c Action, ,'Dunger Patrol" \VfHt4-rn, "Colorado Kid" Serial, "Lone Ranger" FREEMAN'S Shoes for Men Now Presented in Correct New Styles (or Spring Wear! The Finest Shoes $ F* 5 4 Can Buy Y<(it'll enjoy real comfort when you wear these fine shoes. Presented in Mack and tan leathers and genuine Bneko in hrown (iryrey—irrey calfskins and hi{r»-}i«;<' tan. The HUB CLOTHIERS LEUTHOLD-WILLIAMS—REYNOLDS Here Is Your Easter HAT Only Master Hatters, working with Felts of Superb Quality, could create these Authentic Styles. Another Proof of The HUB'S Style Leadership Priced at 2.95 3.5O HUB CLOTHIERS "THE STYLE CORNER OF NORTH IOWA"

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