The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 12, 1938 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 12, 1938
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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, April 12,1938 FATHER OF LA. COPPSUCCUMBS Funeral Services Held in Missouri; Early Pioneer at Charles City L, A. Copp of Algona returned Tuesday evening from Crocker, Ko., whetv he had attended fun- pral services for his father, Frank "A" ~opp, S7. Mr. Copn. senior, died Varch 31 at Dixon, Mo. Surviving children beside! the Algona man. are another son V. It Copp of Dixon, Mo., Mr?. Tnmes Grant of Chicago, i daughter. Mr. Copp moved from Michigan to Iowa, in 1882. a:\i~. for many years Ji-'ed at Charles City and Floyd. Jpwa. He went to Misso'iri in 1903, where he ran a store until ini2, and then ran a light plant. Old coins were n hobby of the senior Mr. Copp, and Lawrence brought several of the home with with him, including a gold dollnr minted before the Civil VVnr. am other coins dating hnrk as far as 1829. Minnesota Publisher studies Algona Papers W. E. Barnes, publisher of the Sleepy Eye, Minnesota, "Herald- Dispatch" visited in Algonft, Saturday. With his wife and daughter he was on his way to Cherokee to visit relatives. Mr. Barnes was particularly interested in the Al- gonn publishing plan. He has nn interest in a newspaper at Redwood Falls. Minn.. where his paper and a competing paper arc offering sfcmi-weekly newspaper service under separate management, much like that of the Upper Des Moines and Advance. Having heard of the Algona plan, and helped to pattern the Redwood Falls plan after that of Algona. he was anxious to take a first hand look at the city and its publishing plants. Mrs. Robinson Host, Cresco Club Session Held Last Wednesday Mrs. L. H. Robinson was hostess last week Wednesday to the Cresco Mothers and Daughters club. On account of the snow storm only seven members were present. The guests were Mesdames Roy Smith and Tony Sorensen. Roll call was answered by "What Causes Crime?" The next meeting will be held April 20th with Mrs. D. S. Wildin. Work has been started on the year books for September first. Officers elected and appointed on March 23rd at the home of Mra. Fred Zeigler are: president, Mrs. Sordon Wooster; vice president, Mrs. Frank Kelly; second vice pres- dent. Mrs. B. H. Potter: third vice president. Mrs. M. L. Dutton; secretary and treasurer. Mrs. W. L Wartin; first assistant. Mrs. R. E Morgan: second. Mrs. D. S. Wildin; third. Mrs. Fred Parks; calendar committee. Mesdames D. S. Wild- n, B. H. Potter and Addie Gingrich: floral committee, Mesdames liRHHRFTlS : Depart men I Stores -_ GREAT EASTER Coat - Suit - Dress Sale! r^u Your Easter Costume deserves these- exquisite Hose Holeproof Sheers As seen in Vogue 79°-1 Lovely, alluring legs eaten all eyes in this year's Easter parade, and these beautiful sheers by Hole- proof give u flattering emphasis to slim ankles—bewitching curves. They Qompjiment the studied sophistication of your costume . . . clear sheers . . . and dull ... in the newest costume shades. For Your Easter Suit Pmv Silk Blouses our Easte 1.98 Sheers because, they're si* dainty and feminine Style.-, with frilly fronts Feter fun collars lace tie*. Sizes 'M to 40 the new wanted shades SUITS Smart Man- Tailored Stvles Handsome man-tailored Easter Suits that are exceptionally well made . . . accenting smart broad shoulders and slim waistlines . . . fashioned from mens-wear fabrics of splendid quality—priced to instantly appeal. COATS Jaunty toppers! Clever swaggers! 95 Marvelous topper and swagger coats that are flattering and inexpensive for Easter- featuring fabrics in smart new weaves and bright colors all expertly tailored to fit perfectly. Dresses Jioleru and Jacket Types! Navy ClmoM- ;i superb Easter frock from < np- tiVdtiiiH jacket model.-, . rule bolem type.i . . . practical redingute fashions florin that look so expensive. Smart iiavu-.-, . . gorgeous Ingli shade combinations Your Easter Hat * Awaits ymi here! • All iifw .style trends! $195 98 195 _ $ft Sir.!we Kelt.-, and novelties in p.isU-i sn.-ide.-, n.ivy and black. Many Irm- niir't with perky veils .uu.l g;iy MIUIUKT tlow.r.-j. All head bl/.e.i Jira.-siciv Top Princess Slips i.oo Four gore-duuble panel .style for summer dresses. We save you money on quality slips. Sizes 34 to 11 Easter Gloves 79c 98c Smart Styles Novelty Stitching Bengaliriea ~ Woven Fabrics Black, Navy and colors Childs Anklets 10c 15c Novelty Patterns Bright Colors Rayon Plated Turn down cutfs Novelty Bag! $ 1.00 i'alciit. Grain Leathers Zipper . . Top Handle Novelty Snap Closing.-* Pastel Colors, Navy. Black MEXICANS HAH, OH, SEIZURES—Mexico Cltyi The scene at the main plaza in front of the National Palace last week, where huge crowds of Mexican workers demonstrated, against "Imperialism" and in approval of President Lnzaro Cardenas' expropriation of foreign-owned oil companies. Note the coffin with the word "Huaseca." meaning Huastecn Petroleum Company. M. L. Dutton, J. H. Fraser and Frank Kelly; pianist. Mrs. Wildin: first assistant. Mrs. B. F. Sparks; second, Mrs. W. I* Martin; contest captains. Mesdames A. E. Clayton ;md O. S. Moore; delegate to federation meetings. Mrs. E. C. Potter; alternate. Mrs. Fred Parks; publicity chairman. Mrs. F. L. Miller. Iowa Territorial Centennial Fair, To Be Fall Theme Change in name of the 1938 Iowa State Fair to "Iowa Territorial Centennial Fair", and plans for featuring Imva'« territorial centennial in nearly every department of the exposition from August 24 through September 2. were announced hen? today by state fair officials. Iowa's past 100 year's history in farming, livestock breeding, home making industry, education and culture will be presented in elaborate exhibit.", papeants and panoramas, fair officials said today. The exhibits will trnce Iowa's development from 18.18. when the territory of Iowa was first established, down to the present day. The Centennial State Fair will b? the climax of numerous territorial entennial celebrations which will be held throughout the state this '-ummer. starting in June and con- inuing through August. Historical Ll'.NCH TIME FOR 8 POf.ND BASS—A 9 o'clock every morning this S pound bass takes his food from the hand of his master. Stanley Nelson, at West Crooked Lake. Eustis. Lake County. Florida. This unique feeding has been going on daily for more than three years. exhibits at the State Fair will be issembled from every county in he state, and numerous statewide nrganizations will cooperate in ilanning and presenting them. A special effort will be made to nduce native lowans to return to their home state during the Cen- ennial State Fair, to join in celebrating Iowa's 100th anniversary as a territorial entity. Secretary A, Corey said today. About Town Say9 The head of a family on relief was in the county auditor's office demanding more money for variou5 necessities they were doing without. As the demand bordered on the abusive an official turned the :>agcs in a big book and learned this 'amily had been given three thousands dollars in the last six years. Loiter the official walked into a afe for luncheon and there sat the rnun and his wife in a booth drink- g beer. • • • As we Ming the praiws of the ow cost of living, giving ».s an example the 10 cent a pound price on urd the inevitable of equality hap- >ened. For fifteen cents worth of ipples to eat upon while at work, he opened sack produced three of he ordinary type of fruit. • • * They may be timid gentlemen, those new cops at Emmetsburg, but their past carries warning and second thought to those who like to have their fun out of town. Each is an ex-member of the ring with an exceptional knowledge in using his "dukes." • • a Kolkk who hud tulip buds out a week ago chided others whose bulbs had not shown livability with such a mean thing us planting them upside down, etc. Then the snow and cold weather came and the epithets were thrown the other way in retorts of rebuking. » * i, The city council pa»i>Kd a meahure giving money to build a new band stand. i'lans are for a shell typa such as the beautiful one at Swea <.'ity, which a number of Algonian.i helped dedicate. At present ther« is no available place to build it. • • • It's the new cop's lups that catcli the eye. Concensus of opinion is good and unfavorable. The caps are modern and up-to-date and a trend toward the betterment of the lorce. A well dressed policeman is an asset to a town. A iiumlMrr of year» ago, tun of A. H. Stock, Kenneth, son of the George Boevers, north of town, and the writer, the only three toys in Latin class got heads together in an effort to give a perfect daily translation of Virgil before Miss Coate. the instructor. Saturday, Leon addressed a pcslrnas>t- i rs' meeting in the state of Washington. The lecture was broad'-ast over the chain. Last heard from, Kenneth was a professor in a we: t- cin university. And look at me. A suggested title for a graduation i l;iss. "<Jel out of your own hometown." That's plainer llian "C.u west, young man." « • • Age lu 1U» creeping form in fUu>»- i/icd quicker by those who own, clerk or sell in a clothing store. Notice that the older gentlemen dress neatly in modest attire. The younger stylists prefer an unmatched coat and trousers usually one or the other is of a loud attractive plaid or weave and a similar smart handkerchief floating in the breeze. When they cease this program the wrinkles are appearing and the younger ones about the store lake up the colors. • • « Moral — Wheu ill the pre»»rooju of a printing shop don't run out with a bill with » competitor'* '<ale price upon it. Presbyterians At West Bend Name Church Officers West Bend: The congregational meeting was held in the Presbyterian church. Wednesday evening. Rev. H. J. Needing acted as moderator. B. F. McFarland and Jerry Schutter were reelected elders for three #ears. H. M. Mantz and Wm. Johnson were elected trustees for three years. Mrs. Jerry Schutter was electeJ treasurer and David Schutter. head usher. John Stone was reelected superintendent of the Sunday School; Mrs. Myron Boos, asistant superintendent; Mrs. B. F. McFarland, treasurer; Charlene Munson. pianist; Irvin Morey, secretary. All the teachers were reelected. The minister. Rev. H. J. Needing was reelected for another year as a stated supply. Truck* Are Snowbound The Hakes Co. trucks were stuck in the snow drifts. Wednesday, while making the trip to different towns. Some of the trucks did not arrive home until eleven o'clock at night because of the snow storm. Mrs. W. H. Daubendick left on Tuesday to visit her aged mother. She expects to spend Easter there Mr. and Mrs. Cleophus Uerner spent Friday at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frani: .Sweeney. The junior class play. "Rainbow Cottage" was presented on Thursday and Friday evenings u good crowds in the high school auditorium. Miss Hellman was the director and Mr. Campbell directed the music between acts. Livermore Girl Is Bride in Nebraska Livermore: Word has been received here of the marriage of Miss Esther Carlson, a former Livermore girl, and Leslie E. Hamburger of Harvard. Nebraska. The couple were attended by friends at Hastings. Miss Evelyn Chase and Francis Leichliter. The couple will live on a farm near Harvard, where the groom is a prosperous farmer, and where he has spent his entire life. The bride lived for a number of years in this community, and graduated with the class of 1935. She is the daughter of Mrs. Minie Wiese. BANCROFT NEWS Mrs. Fred Thies visited with relatives in Lone Rock Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Guenther vii- ited Friday at the Thomas Guest home. Betty Sheridan assisted at the Welp hatchery several days thia week. Joe Vaske returned Tuesday from Fort Dodge, where he had been in the hospital for some time. He ia getting along nicely. Margaret Quinn and her niece. Madeline Lattimer, spent the week enu at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Finnegaii at Armstrong. Mrs. Russell Saunders and daugtl- UTS, Alma, Genevieve and Eleanor ('airy, of jiritt, visited Friday aft- i moon at the M. A. Saunders home. Mrs. Bill Dudding returned home Thursday night after spending the past two weeks in Iowa City with her mother, Mrs. Thou. Guest, who i.-. in the hospital there. Mrs. Earl Elliott and son, C'haa. of Rockford, 111., are visiting this week at the home of Mrs. Elliott's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G W. Carmean. Before coining here they visited friends in Ames for a week. The members of the American Legion Auxiliary met at the home of Isabel Saunders Thursday evening. After the business meeting. bridge watt played. Mra. Leo Finn won high score. Mr». Ben Luuipe won the cut and Mra. Art Murray received the lour prize. Mrs. Thofe Gurry and MUs Saunders were the Whirlwind Easter Savings State Wide Men's Dress Hats Values np to 15.00 Assorted colors and styles. Out they go for only $1.97 Sport Oxfords Values up to $8.50 White and 2-tones and they sro for $2.47 Tlir funions Jarmen Oxfords for men. 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Regular 50c Sport Suspenders now 37c Men's Dress Hose Regular price 25c A fine assortment to choose 4 7*% from for only I I C Men's Silk and Rayon Hose Regular price 35c, O" for only £l Boys' Flannelette Pajamas Regular price $1.19, Q^ while they last Of Men's Broadcloth Pajamas Regular price $1.19, Q while they last O SALE Men's Neckwear All new for spring, A^t only If Zipper and Button Sweater* MBN'B ALL WOOL Regular price $3.85, A Q* for only £••%} I Men's Blue Chambray Work Shirts Full cut, first quality, all for service now only 37c Men's Lee Overalls During this sale only Boys' Dress Pants Regular price $2.45, for only MEK'S COTTON & KAYON SOX , /, mw m •PO-P, M-E-N'S WtA-P,

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