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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, April 26,1938 EDW.MARTTNEK DIES SUNDAY Born and Raised in Doan Vicinity, But Resident of Minneapolis Doan: Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Martinek and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Mar- tlnek received word Sunday morning of the sudden death of their brother, Edward Martinek at his home in Minneapolis from heart trouble. He was reared in the locality of Doan, and moved with his parents to Britt In 1908, where for some time he clerked In a store, later attending business college In Mason City. He went to Minneapolis, where he was employed by the Eastman Kodak Co., and enlisted during the World War, being overseas one year. He has been in poor health for some time. He Is survived by his wife and his father, W. J. Martinek of Britt; three sisters, Mrs. Anna Franzen and Mrs. Viola Franzen of West Union, and Mrs. Minna Schmitz of Clear Lake; two brothers, A. A. J. and Wm. J. Martinek of Doan and many other relatives. Funeral services will be held at 9 o'clock Tuesday morning, April 26, at Minneapolis, from the Catholic church of which he was a member. He was 47 years old. Those attending the funeral from here were Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Martinek and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Martinek and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bailey. Mrs. Mabel Hansen will be hostess to the Aid April 28 with Mrs. Maud Brink assisting. Mrs. Rose Loper and daughter of Algona spent the week end with Mrs. Andrew Hansen. Wesley Stukenberg of Des Moines was a supper guest at the A. J. Martinek home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. Bolenus, Robert and Mr. and Mrs. James Asa and children were dinner guests Sunday at the John Pink home near Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Paetz and Doris, Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Ven- telcher, Laurel Jean, Gladys Paetz and Cyril Venteicher were Sunday dinner guests at the D. J. Zerbo home In Wesle y. Mrs. Sadie Struthers was hostess to the Doan Woman's club, Wednesday, April 21, and this was the last regular meeting for the year. Anna M. Christenson gave a talk on "Lumbering in Washington" and Maud Brink on "Navy Yards at Bremerton. Mary Jean Andrews gave a poem which ^vas followed by current events. Lunch was served at the close of the meeting. 3. 3. Club Elects Officers Mrs. Bernard Wolf was chosen as president of the J. J. club for next year at a meeting of that organization at the home of Mrs. John Ramus, Friday'afternoon. Mrs. H. H. Lichty is to serve as vice president; Mrs. Edw. Dehnert, secretary and Mrs. Cecil Williams, treasurer. An informal discussion of the subject, "What Education Is of Most Worth" was the basis of the afternoon's program. Mrs. D. H. Wermerson, Mrs. Wm. Ramus and Mrs. Kesley Burtls were guests. The Ladies' Mite society met last Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Wm. Krause and Mrs. N. L. Cotton assisted. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Will Chrlstensen. 5O SUITS For Only 10 Silver Dollars Each Work Shirts regular 49c value for Men's Dress Shirts A for Genuine Gold Leaf, 79c values All sizes Rail Chief Overalls Stripe or blue, 8 oz. MISBACH Clothing Co. Anderson's Grocery Jack Sprat Dollar Day Specials 6 ibs. CRISCO $1 fin Regular price #1.18. 1AIU 12 cans Mayflower No. 2 CORN Regular price !()<• per can '1.00 12 cans Mayflower No. 2 PEAS $1 QQ Regular price lOc per can l»ww 6 Boxes MATCHES ..., Regular price 2:{e. 15c 6 Giant Bars P. & G. SOAP Regular 25e price. 19c 19 Ibs, OMAR FLOUR Regular price $1.79 n.69 2 giant bars Crystal White Soap and 1 pk#. Concentrated Super Suds both ISc Regular 3Qc, value lb. pktf. Jack Sprat Pancake Flour 12c Regular price 17c Pure Bulk Lard 4 Ibs ___________ Regulra price 5G Minced Ham 21b«.for25c ONI DAY ONLY, THURSDAY Anderson's JACK SPRAT STORE Phone 346 Algona, la. WHITTEMORE MEN HAVE BIRTHDAYS Whittemore: Mr. and Mrs. Chris Meyer entertained Friday evening at a 6:30 dinner at their home t> number of relatives in honor of Mr. Meyer's 72nd birthday. Those who were present were Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Meyer and son, Alvln, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer and daughter, Gertrude, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schultz and daughters, Edna and Elaine, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Volgt and sons Raymond and Harold and daughters, Evelyn and Elenora, Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer and son. Lawrence and daughter. Helen, Mr and Mrs. Art Heidenwlth, son Ells worth, Dorothy Sebers and son, Ralph. Celebrates 57th Birthday A number of relatives gathered at the Herman Meyer home Sunday evening to celebrate Mr. Meyer's 57th birthday. Among those who were present were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schultz and daughters, Edna and Elaine, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt and family, Mr. and Mrs Art Heidwith, son Ellsworth nnd Dorothy Sebers and son, Ralph, Mr. aftd Mrs. George Meyer and daughter, Helen, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bruhn and daughters, Phyllis and Arlene. The men played cards and lunch was served at the close of the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker of Algona were also present. The Rev. Edward Fandel of Remsen spent last week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Fandel. C. L. Cavanaugh attended the funeral of a cousin, Roy Cavanaugh Tuesday of last week' In Gllmore City. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Vaughan attended the funeral of Mrs. Henry Llchter in Algona Wednesday morning. The Whittemore Wizzers 4-H club met Saturday at the home of Misses Phyllis and Dawn Vaudt. Flower seeds were exchanged by the members. Lawrence Brennan, D. W. Jont and Mr. Berkland and George Fandel attended a soil conservation meeting held in Omaha last Monday. They were accompanied by James Fandel to Sioux City. Mrs. John Uhlenhake entertained the Tuesday bridge club at a one o'clock luncheon at the Iowa hotel. Bridge was played at three tables at the Uhlenhake home. Mrs. John Cullen won high and Mrs. Ray Oliver won the draw prize. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Zumach returned from Rochester a week ago Sunday to be with their family. They left again for Rochester, Minn., on Monday morning of last week, where Mrs. Zumach will continue her treatments and Mr. Zumach will have his tonsils removed. ( Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Peril, Mrs. I Louisa NIssen. Verda Meyer and Ernest Meyer, Rev. W. H. Discher, Prof. H. W. Behnke and Prof. R. L. Jessen of Whittemore, Rev. H. D. Stahmer of Falrville, Prof. Wm. Schmiel of Lotts Creek and Rev. W. Wagoner of EmmeUburg left Wednesday for Sioux City to attend a paitors and teacher*' convention of the W**t Iowa district, held there from Wednesday to Friday. A bout Town Say* Ira Hoover purchased n new Chevrolet car from the Dunn Auto Co. the past week. Les Minger and Russcl Doyle returned from a business trip to Council Bluffs Friday. Joe Schneider and Lymnn Riley I took two truck loads of stock to Sioux City for the Mertz stock buy- |ers. I Miss Geraldine Sweeney is confin- I ed to her home with a bad case of | tonsilitis. She-is a junior in high school. Raymond Wilson, O. Riley and Verne Krug attended I. O. O. F. Initiation exercises in Spencer on Thursday evening. The spring supper at the Presbyterian church, Wednesday evening was well attended. More than $45 were taken in. Miss Ida and Oscar Riley drove to Swaledale Saturday to spend the week end at the home of her niece who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Riley of Livermore. Mrs. Frank Beach and daughter and Mrs. Jeanne Simmons drove to Havelock Thursday and spent the day at the Orville Harr home. Mrs. Harr and Mrs. Besch are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bourrett atid daughters of Wisconsin, came on Saturday for a week end visit at the home of his mother, Mrs. Eli Bourett. Mrs. Bourrett has been very ill the past week. Mr. and Mrs. George Montag entertained their bridge club, Wednesday evening. The seven o'clock dinner at the Presbyterian church, followed by an evening of bridge at the Montag home, was enjoyed. LONE ROCK NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Farris, Wall- Ingford, were calling on friends here Friday. Mm. Dwight Fernau and two daughters spent a few days last week visiting relatives at Swale- dale. The senior class play, "Two Days to Marry" was presented at the school auditorium, Thursday and Friday evenings. J. M. Bianchard and son, Harlan attended a hardware dealers' meeting and banquet at Emmetsburg last Wednesday evening. Katherine Steurltz, Elma Krueger and Oscar Warner drove to Fort Dodge Saturday. Mrs. Francis Poole returned with them for a few days' visit at the home of her grandmother, Mrs. Kate Hawks. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bierstedt and Mr. and Mra. Calvin House- bolder drove to Des Moines Tuesday where Calvin got his refrigerator trailer, damaged a few week* ago. He continued on to New York with his truck. Mrs. Roy Jensen, Tena Jensen, Mrs. Fred Dranafeldt, Mrs. Otis Sanders, Mrs. Jim Ackerman, Mm, N. L. Cotton, Mrs. Emil Kraft. Mrs. Hattie Sprank, Mrs. Ralph Thompson and Mrs. W. G. Flaig attended the Kosauth county American Legion meeting at Bancroft lust Tuesday afternoon. of Irvlngton, bordertnn the John Frankl farm, is a road running north and south joining; the Ridge road on the north and the county road on the south. Lack of traffic has obliterated any old time wagon ruts and so this stretch of once-a-road has been fenced for pasture. Lately the county erected n new stop sign probably for the cows to obey for certainly anyone driving a car or horse vehicle would at least stop to open the gate. * • * Sorrow and tears prevailed In the W. L. Martin home. A long time friend and a great singer brought grief to the family when he was found silent in death. Really a bird in a golden cage, a loved canary. * * * Jake Freeh Rat relating stories of a whale which he visioned on a trip from Europe. In the original French style of oratory the whales seemed to be floating near at hand, so realistic was the description. Jake turned to one little boy and asked if he had ever seen a whale. "Ya, I've caught lots of them," said the Interesting youngster. * * * By sending In to a state department, farmers are refunded taxes on gas used for operating tractors. A filling station attendant gave the version of a conversation with a state Inspector. It goes something like this—If all the tractors were kept running 24 hours a day and seven days a week for a year they couldn't use enough gas to offset the refund claimed. Now—that doesn't sound like our Kossuth farmers. * » * A mechanic in the Maxwell garage went fishing a week ago Sunday. The car mired down in a driveway off the main Voad. He got out to push while the good wife went behind the wheel. From shoes to waist the water and slimy mud embraced the fine clothes of the struggler. Finally out and to the river bank he carefully wiped and brushed the clothing, put on hip boots and stood on the dry river bank fishing. * * * There were traces of bribery with chicken dinners at Kresensky's (what she thought) a light scandal. She appeared for work in tho morning with one foot attired in a lace style slipper and the other in a pump. The crew soon went to work and the embarrased Mrs. Walrath suffered aches all morning, not from hurting feet, for the mixup in shoes was negligence. * * • A few of our prominent people and well-to-do store owners give work to floaters. The fellow who hits the back door for something to eat, unkempt, unshaven, unbathed. unknown bump are seen doing work around some of the finest houses. Fellows who don't trust even the taking out of their pocket their nightly bed, a newspaper. And In one of last we«k'« p*p«r wma th. news that the local employment bureau had many extras on the list for jobs, cleaning cellars, washing windows, spading gardens, mowing lawns, etc. Good men, home men with families. Sometimes it makes one wonder if the local folks who trade out of town are not more than half smart with justified reasons. * + » We'll dare fcay Harold Clark of the Bancroft Register does a bit more earnest proof reading before he forgets the little error gracing an ad in his paper. Folks who know the merchandise on sale are heartily laughing and those who do not recall the goods are wondering and asking. Have a blush, Harold. * * * The radio is the wcond biggest household article. About 3,000 people In Algona listen in every day. At least half that number ask another person, "How does it come in at your place?" Guess you've heard the answer, "terrible." It Is an easy matter for one qualified to detect Interference, and fix or repair as needed. The city has such a gifted man working for it, the city has the necessary law to cover it, but they haven't the men with nerve enough to enforce it. 53 At Bancroft Auxiliary Meet Bancroft: The Bancroft unit of the American Legion Auxiliary met in St. John's auditorium Tuesday afternoon. Fifty-three ladies attended the meeting, every unit being represented, except Wesley. The entertainment consisted of the following: tap dancink, Thomas Foth; Jimmy's First Recitation and The Lila Tree, readings by Jane Bradley; Spring is a Lovable Lady and Ah! Sweet Mystery of Life, songs by Maureen Wolfe. Mrs. O. H. Graham, county president, gave a report of the state conference in Des Moines. TWENTY YEARS AttO Word had been receive'! of the denth of D. S. Miller at Bilrxi. Missisippi. where he had been spending the winter. Mr. Miller had been one of the old nnd highly respected citizens of this city. • • • Mr*. A. A. Holnmn, one of Al- gonn's patriotic and industrious old Indies, had turned in to the Red Cross, her thirtieth pair of socks Evidently a race had been on between her and Mrs. Wm. Teichen, who had also turned in the "nine number. Mrs. A. L. Peterson had stated that more ladies had been needed to work on the surgical dressings. The local Red Cross chapter expected to furnish tho> special quota for the evacuation hospital, and had needed help. • • • Editor .1. W. Haggard had been visiting his sister. Mrs. H. M. Moore at San Antonio, Texas, and had written a long letter to the paper. Mr. Haggard had found it so pleasant there, that it was hard to leave. • * • The local hoard after going over a list of nearly thirteen hundred names in their order number had finally found thirty-five men who were to entrain for Camp Dodge. Two alternates had be»n chosen who were to go in case any of the men were disabled. • • * the government had practically turned the Liberty Loan business over to the banks of the country. They had been in a position to handle the business and the money, and after having organized every township and precinct, the drive had proven a far greater success than had been expected. Kossuth county had 6,079 subscribers with $939,150 subscribed. The quota of the county was about $682,000. • * • Neutral had been an obnole'n word In America. • • • The Attorney E. .1. Van Ne*« home had been made happy by the arrival of a fourth son. Van was n true blue American nnd had said we may need soldiers in the fuMire. • • • Ernestine Chubb hnd rntcrtnlnril n number of her school mntrs nt n party. Games nnd dancing gave those attending; n very '(ilcasnnt evening. • • • The Dewcl car with a load of boys, had collided with Oliver MOP'S car parked on south Minnesota street. Burl Dcwel hnd been thrown through the windshield nnd his fnro was badly cut. Both cnrs hnd been considerably damaged. FENTON NEWS Ardis Voigt, teaching nt Titonkn, spent the week end with her mother Mrs. Carrie Volgt. Dr. A. W. Krause went to Fort Dodge Thursday to attend a veterinarian convention. Freeman Wolfe left last week Tuesday for Iowa City where he will take treatment. Mrs. J. A. Schwartz entertained the Sew and So club at her home Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. H. C. Llndsey was a guest. Mrs. Chas. Weisbrod entertained the Methodist confirmation class school mates of her son, Lyle in honor of the latter's birthday anniversary last week Saturday aft ernoon. After an afternoon of playing bunco, luncheon was Mrv«4. Bert Huskamp returned to Chicago Tuesday after a few days' visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Huskamp and also to attend the weedding of her sister, Vivian, to J. Marshall Scglin, which took place at the Huskamp home last week Monday. The Rev. R. W. Knbelitz and Walter Loek of Fenton attended a Lutheran conference for teachers and pastors at Sioux City last week Wednesday, Thusrday and Friday. The Rev. A. K. Fiene and Teacher Schmiel of Lotts Creek and the Rev. Richmond of Burt were others who attended. Mrs. E. J. Frank entertained Betty Jean Schwartz and Lavonne Newel at dinner Wednesday evening In honor of her twin daughters, Pauline and Phyllis who, were celebrating their 13th birthday anniversary. In the evening a group of girls had a skating party in honor of the occasion. TEN YEARS AftO •John Stndrr, prominent St. Benedict farmer, had accidentally shot himself through the head with a twenty-two calibre rifle, and hail been in a critical condition at the Kossuth hospital. Mr. Studer had noticed the rifle standing in a corner of one of the buildings and ha.l started to take it to the house. As he had lifted the gun it had caught on something and as he had jerked to free it the gun had aceidently discharged and the bullet hnd entered his head through the forehead near the right eye. The post office was to hp moved into new quarters on May first. The new equipment had been installed and only revolving doors found in government buildings hnd been lacking to give it the appearance of a real government building. Al Falkcnhalncr and Mclzar Fnlk- enhaincr had been at Iowa City attending the eleventh district Rotary convention. There was lo he n committee meeting In the hotel building of all those interested In klttenball, to discuss organization and for th; purpose of drawing up a schedule for a town league. The Algona high nchonl "senior class play was to be presented at the opera house. The play, "Th.? Charm School", wns a comedy in three acts. Each senior hnd some part in the play. * • * Charles \V. II. Wheeler of Titon- itn, a veteran of the Civil War, had died after receiving only (me tension check. A. I,. Peterson (old thp Algnn:i Rotarians of the trip he nnd Mrs. Peterson hnd made In the east. Their son, Mel!, hnd been n stmlfiit nt the naval academy nt Annapolis nnd they hnd enjoyed several plens- nnt visits with him. They had taken in the sights around Washington nnd had visited many historic places. Algona had heen fortunate enough to secure the state declam contest, which had been held at the Opera House nnd hnd been a success from every standpoint. C. B. Murtngh had attended the democratic state convention at Des Moines as a delegate and had spent a day or two at Iowa City visiting with hii son and daughter, Jamen ana Anna, who w«re rtudent* at the University of Iowa. Them hod been a miniature airplane on display in the window of the Long Brothers' grocery store. The plane had been n replica o: the "Spirit of St. Louis" nnd wna called "The Spirit of Algona." The plane had been constructed by Dr. H. L. McC'orkle in his spare moments and represented a great deal of work. M. I'. Haggard had been laid up with a hard cold which had kept him confined to his home for a week. Paul Hutchlnn, non of .Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Hutchlns, had been one of the four men to win a freshman numeral in football at the close of the spring practice at Ames. Other Algona boys who were playing football at Ames were Paul Traugcr and Lloyd Bohannon. One Dollar Off On All X«*w - Used Tires In Our Stock Thursday Only. April L'H Here's a (ioldcn Opportunity for 1 Day Only We specialize in Retreading, Vulcanizing Tires, Tubes . . . All Work Guaranteed Sampson Tire Service hone Altiona, la. INI l.OO l.OO 1.OO The ELITE Shop 50 Spring Hats Values 2.95 to 3.50 Close Out of Odd Size Wash Dresses 1.95 values Dance Sets & Slips Odd Sizes, values to 1.95 DOLLAR-SALE THURSDAY ONLY, APRIL 28 TURKISH TOWELS, large size, 5 for only 1.00 FLOUR SACKS, bleached and ironed, 12 for 1.00 ALARM CLOCKS with i)0 day guarantee, each _. 79c HOUSE DRESSES, all sizes, $1 value, special at only 79c HOUSE DRESSES, regular 59c value, each only Hawcott & Ogg 5c-10c-25c $1 and up WVWVVWWVftArVWWWWUV Stretch Your Dollars Here, Thursday— $ The Biggest Grocery Buy You Kver Heard of g Bernard Brink, 82 Bernard Brink celebrated his 82nd birthday Sunday, April 24. All of his children and their families were here to help him celebrate. They included: Ed Brink family, Waterloo; Dr. and Mrs. Raymond Brink, Ayrshire; John Brink family, Am- broae Kennedy family and Mr. nnd Mrs. Bernard Brink, Jr., of Ban- crpft. Mrs. John Sheridan and daughter of McGregor visited Wednesday and Thursday at the J. H. Sl.eridan home. Mrs. A. W. Kennedy entertained ten 'ittle girls at a birthday party in honor of her daughter, Shirley, Saturday afternoon. Shirley was * years old. Mrs. Joe Keeker, Sr. entertained her club at bridge Thursday afternoon. Mrs. H J. Deitering won (irsl prize; Mrs. N. E. Sheridan won second prize, Mrs. M. J Dyer won the travel prize and Mrs. C. M. Buker waa presented with ,1 guest prize. The following girls attended ;i purty at the Mrs. Curl Cullies home at Titonka Friday evening: Betty Sheridan, Marina Deitering, Margaret Devine, Marguerite Welp, Inez Hood. Monica Buker and Mrs. Phil Sheridan, the latter of Ames. Bridge was played and Marina Deil- ering won the high prize. 4 Ibs. Briardale Coffee 2 pkgs. Gelatine Dessert A Regular ,$1.24 Vahu Four No. 2 Tall Corn, Peas 1 Qt. a. W. C. Salad Dressing l / z lb. Briardale Green Tea 1 Can Briardale Spices A Regular -fl.27 Value l.OO l.OO Read The Want Ada—It Pays. 2 lb. box Burch Crackers 1 Qt. Pure Maple Syrup One 3H lb. Sack Pancake Flour 1 Lge. Briardale Corn Flakes A Regular .fl/JiJ Value •o 0 $ I o i! 1 ' Voiir Brianlale {Store 1 ' § o o o o a s 3 oaaafl&aoftftfl&oxttaa&CMM^^ MOE & SJOGREN SPECIALS One I'int .Johnson's Glocoat (one-half pint FRKK) One Pint Johnson's Paste Wax, (one-ihalf pint FRKK) 59c 59c Dr. Ledcar's Poultry Remedies (any 26c s'ze free) or you may deduct 25c from price of any larger package. 7")e si/e Sa!>- IHIIT'S Avitoue _ 59c 98c ONE DAY ONLY LUSBY'S Drug Store BEAD U. D. M. WANT ADS—IT FAYS

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