The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 17, 1938 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 17, 1938
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To WhWItMay concern May 1, 1938 I him thl» day received from the United Benevolent Association Five tttmdred tad Fifty-One Dollars ana Pour Centa in contributions received by that organization from Its members ' The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 17,1938 my husband, Frank Green, toy I a charter member of' during the husband was' „. this organisation and . — — —•-* v«w» 1115 bite last four years had paid $13.00 In death calls to this organization. Signed, MARIE GREEN 20* Mrs. Frank Burke of New Hampton, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Thursday is double Green Stamp Day All cash purchases and all cash oil account will ret* ceive double the regular amount of S. & H. Green Stamps on this day. Thursday Only Kresensky's vuvuvuvwwwuvwwwv LWALINOTES VUVWWWWWWWWV IOWA Tues.-Wed., May 17-18 Starts Wed,, June 1 Continuous shows each day from one oclock. The Year's Most Talked of Motion Picture—the Mightiest Drama of Life Gary Cooper SUgrld Ourle In "ADVENTURES OP MARCO POLO" plus "Thanks for the Memory" Ihurs. Thru «f»t. ..^ May 19-21 ! Saturday matinee 1-3:30 Buck Jones "BOSS OF LONELY VALLEY" Second Feature Henry Wilcouon Marian Marsh In "PRISON NURSE" plus "Lone Ranger* OFA AMERICAN COMMITTEI ,M MATERNAL WELFARE, Inc. Approval br fto law* State Medical AuoeUIlM Human Life Comes Into the World, Reverently^ Beautifully RevealeJT' Lelghtort Mlsbach attended a Kraft convention at Des Moines, Sunday. Mrs. Walter Good went to Spirit Lake Saturday for a week's visit at the home of her son, George. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bloom and MB, Dickie, left for St Paul, Sunday, to be gone several days on business, and to visit relatives of Mrs. Bloom. Mr. and Mrs. Joel Rerbat and Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Cowan spent Sunday and Monday at Lake Okoboji. Dr. 1» W. Fox has » new coach dog, named "Moon", that was sent to him by a friend in South Dakota. Mr. and Mr*. Edward Nelson of Ogden, Iowa, were Sunday guests at the.home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Eldien. Rita Dooley of DM Moines spent the week end visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Oooley. Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Fox and son were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. AI Sterzing at Spencer. Virginia Am, clerk at Jamc* drug store, visited at the home of her mother, Mrs. Bessie Arn, at Fort Dodge, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. 3. E. Wilson of Tltonka and Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Rising were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hansen and children, Wade and Irene, drove to, Rolfe, Sunday, and visited at the' home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Johnson. Mrs. J. M. Parson and granddaughter, Joan Andrewa of Des Moines were week end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M Moore. Adah Carlson and Antelda Dooley left Sunday afternoon to attend a Wa-Tan-Ye convention at Cherokee. They will return this evening (Tuesday). Mr. and Mrs. Bert Etdlen drove to Mason City Friday to attend the Allis-Chalmers open house. Mr. Eldien Is the representative in this territory. Mrs. W. L. Jensen returned Friday from Sioux City where she had been visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Fowler, for the past three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. R, W'. Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Genrich spent Sunday afternoon fishing at Lost Island. They reported ek- cellent luck. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Rising nnd grandson, Dickie Bell, were guests at the home of Mrs. Rising's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Hoover, at West Bend, Sunday. S. O. Anderson went to Mlcthotl, S. D., Saturday, after Mrs. Ander son, who had been there for a month visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Miller returned Friday after a week at the home of their son, Dolph and wife at GrinnelL The Dolph Millers were former Algona residents. ' •*« ,Mr«. CUnnoe, MtamU 1 Take Home a Quart of Lusby's Freezer Fresh 1 f fee Crean Hade daily in our store. This is NATIONAL ICE CEEAM WEEK and we want to help you celebrate by having you take home one of the following flavors: Vanilla Chocolate Chip Honey Comb Chip Strawberry Krunch Black Cherry Butter Toasted Pecan Almond Toffee Lemon Custard Lemon Sherbet Black Walnut LARGER PACKAGES -We have packers and can put up for you amounts from one gallon up. Just the amount you will need for your picnics, and friendship gatherings. LUSBY'S left Sunday for Pine River, Minn., where they are spending a few 'days fishing; at their cottage. They are expected home Friday. Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Laird of Sioux Palls, South Dakota, visited at the home of their respective mothers, Mrs. Ella Laird, and Mrs. Joe Cosgrove, during the week end. Theodore Aulnuui brought Mrs. Ella Laird home from Des Moines Saturday after a ten-day visit with her sons, Ralph nnd Cluir and her daughter, Mrs. Theodore Aulmnn. Marguerite Dalzlrl will be home June 1 to be with her mother, Mrs E. W. Lusby, during the summer, Marguerite teaches physical training in the schools at Kewanee, Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kennedy, John G. Kennedy, and Mr. and Mrs. Poster Schell of St. Paul. Minn., visited at the J. J. Dooley home and with other Algona relatives during the week end. Mr. and Mrs. M. i. Duffy and daughters, Ruth Ann, Rosemary, and Catherine, spent Saturday and Sunday visiting at the home of Mrs. Duffy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Larsen and other relatives at Albert Lea, Minn. Mr. and Mr*. R. R. Hutxell and sons, Pred and Floyd, drove to Fairmont, Minn., Sunday afternoon and visited at the V. K: Peterson home. Mr. Peterson is recuperating from a broken hip received In an automobile accident. Mr. and Mrs. Murl Potter will move to Algona this week from Humboldt, where they have lived for the past year. Mr. Potter is a beer salesman, and the agency has been moved from Humboldt to Kennedy & Parsons here. G. D. Brundage came home from Huron, South Dakota, Saturday, where he had been for over a month assisting Ben Peters in a fire sale. Mr. Peters managed the fire sale at Christensen Bros, store here, and Mr. Brundage went with him. Mr*. V. K. Blsing left today (Tuesday) for Condee, South Dakota, to be a guest at the home of Mrs. Howard Vinson and to attend the commencement exercises, when the Vinson children, Craig and Shirley, graduate from hisjh school. Mr. and Mr*. C. F. Specht and Mrs. Frank Green drove to Forest City, Sunday, and were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Larson and family. Mrs. Larson is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Specht. They also made the acquaintance of the Larson daughter, Greta Mae. This is their first granddaughter Mm. Ira Kohl, Mm. Walter Ltah- ter, and Irene Haynea, drove to Mason City, Monday* to attend the Mercy hospital alumni banquet and homecoming. A social tea was held at the nurse's home in the afternoon and a banquet at the Mason City Country Club in the evening. All three women are graduate registered nurses. H. W. MlUer drove to Owaton- nu. Minnesota, to spend the week end and to bring Mrs. Miller home following a. week's visit with her parent*, Mr. nnd Mrs. B. E. Kuck- tnbecker. Mr. and Mrs. Kuckenbecker hud been guests at the Miller home the previous week end, and huJ tuken Mrs. Miller home with them. Mrs. Phil KohDiaas and Mrs. Kar Hoffman spent Thursday in Maso City. Mr. anil Mrs. Lou Wright were In Mason City, Thursday, on a bus inesa trip. Joe Lowe and friend* from Bo| falo Center left Sunday for a fish Ing trip at Ontario, Canada. Prank Zender spent Friday a Mankato, Minnesota, visiting hi sister, Mrs. Wilbur Clements. Jane Jones, a foreign missionary is a guest at the home of Mr. am Mrs. E. A. Genrich, this week. 'Mrf. and Mrs. Paul Martin o Spencer were Sunday guests at tlv home of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Still man. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey am Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johannsen Jr., were fishing at Lost Island Sunday. Mrs. Dennis Pratt and daughter Mildred, and Mrs. Kelly Gorman drove to Fort Dodge, Saturday, for the day. Betty Ounn, student at the Iowa State College at Ames, spent the week end visiting; her mother, Mrs Sylvia Gunn. H. A. Tuttle drove to Fort Dodge Friday, on business. He was ac companled by hia wife and Mrs A. E. Grooters. Mrs. M. Prescott of Des Molnrs left for her home Sunday after vis itlng her sister, Mrs. T. L. Robin son, since Tuesday. Mrs. Charles Green underwent a major operation at the General hos pital, Thursday. Mr. Green Is ( disabled war veteran. Dr. W. Fraser suffered a sllgh stroke at his office Sunday after noon at 8:30. His condition is re ported as improving at this time. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Scharlach o Des Moine« visited at the home o the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs C. C. Scharlach last 'week Sunday H. R. Rosewall of Blue Earth stopped to visit his mother, Mr? Marie Rosewall, Sunday, as he was enroute to Des Moines to attend a convention. Elda Jandl began work a week ago Friday at the Cora D. Miller Beauty Parlor. Elda recently completed a beauty culture course Fort Dodge. Mrs. Charlotte Parsons and her daughter, Phyllis, Mrs. Vic Parsons and Mrs. Claude Samson drove to Mason City Saturday on a business and pleasure trip. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Johnston were. in Cedar Rapids from Wednesday until Friday attending a convention of the American United Life Insurance Company. Helen Reeves and William Bradbury of Sioux City were week end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Andrew Godfredson. Helen is Mrs Godfredson's daughter. Mrs. B. R. Yoeman, Mrs. Meryl Yeoman and Adra Yeoman drove to Fort Dodge, Thursday, where they visited the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Hudson. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Alllaon were nderson, Sunday, arid also gue of Mr. Allison's sister, Mrs. Ole Anderson and family, all of Gowrie. Dr. and Mrs. R. .M. Wallace and the latter's sister. Miss Marie Grover of Burt spent Thursday in Des Moines, where the doctor attended an Iowa State Medical meeting. Jerry Dai Icy Bishop, thp bulldog formerly owned by Bill Dailey, nnd Inter the Bishop boys, died Saturday from strychnine poisoning. This was the second time Jerry hai! been poisoned in two weeks. Dr. and Mrs. H. R. Gibson and daughter. Maxine. took the former's uncle, Russell Ramsey, to the home of his daughter, Mrs. Floyd Miller at Mankato, Minnesota. Sunday following a week end visiting at the Gibson home here. Mr». Chet Williams spent several days in Manly on business last week. She also visited relatives in Mason City, where she was the honoree at a one o'clock luncheon, given by the Birthday club of which she was a former member. Mr. and Mrs, Chester Lorenz of Dubuque were week end visitors at the home of Mr. and'Mrs. R. W. Roeder. The women are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz drove to Sioux City from here to visit a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Empting. Mrs. Empting and Mrs. Lorenz are twin sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Frank ShilU and son, John, who is employed In Minneapolis, left Saturday evening to drive to Omaha to visit another son, Melvin. They also visited Mr. Shilts' brother, Charles and family at Tecumseh, Nebraska, and a daughter. Mrs. Merwin Foote at Cordia, Kansas. The Gospel Tabernacle launched a special series of evangelistic meetings Sunday during their monthly fellowship meeting. The neighboring ministers and their congregations attended for the day. Evangelist J. Lee Gorman of York, Nebraska, spoke in the evening. Meetings are to be conducted each evening this coming week at eight o'clock. W. A. Lorent, R. M. Smith. U E Llnnan, W. P. French and M. H Falkenhainer were among those who tried their luck fishing at Spir It Lake with the opening of the sea son. Arlen Brlggs, six year old son o "Soup" Briggs, received a palnfu accident, Sunday afternoon, when he fell off an old tractor back of the McCormlck-Deefing store and broke both bones In his right arm Mrs. Ruth Hunter of DM Moines spent the week end in Algona with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. U J Dickinson. Her son, Lynn, accompanied her back to Des Molnes where he will visit until the last of the week. Mrs. Ben Gould of Union township spent a couple of days last week caring for her daughter, Mrs. Donald Cook. She Is suffering from a seperation of the sciatic nerve In her right eye caused from a slight bruise several months ago. Mrs. Cook will be required to wear dark glasses for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wegener of Algona visited their daughter, Mrs E. K. Johnson and family of the Falrville neighborhood, Friday. This was first time Mr. Wegner has been out since suffering a broken neck which has kept him in bed for the past six weeks. He expects to be around as usual In o week or so. The Beta Sigma Phi sorority members who hope to attend the state convention held at the Hotel Martin In Sioux City this week end are Thelma Knudsen, Dean and Lorraine Arndorfer, Bernlce Harrington, Valeria Plckett. Mrs. D. P. Smith, Buena Raney, Helen Corey, Ruth Roland and Irene Hutch- Ins. Mr. and Mrs. E. 3. Rough were called to Eugene, Oregon, by the serious illness of their son, John. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Hutchison took them as far as Ames late Thursday afternoon. John is in the forestry service and has been working as assistant to the head forester in the forestry offices at Eugene. He recently underwent a major operation. Mr. and Mrs. Lylo Reynold* nnd Mr. and Mrs. Chet Williams drov? to Spring Valley, Minnesota, Friday to attend the 55th anniversary celebration of the Lcuthold store there. John Leuthold entertmnpij by having open house at the stor all day, and a dinner was served to his business associates from Minnesota, Iowa. Wisconsin, and Illinois, at the hotel in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Thro. Hcrhst will drive to Ames a week from Sunday to meet Mrs. Herbst's mother, Mrs. B. M. Southgate, who makes tier home with her daughter most of the year. Mrs. Southgate has been visiting her children in the west, a son, Dr. Paul Southfjate. and a daughter, Mrs. Nicols Furjnnek at Long Beach, California, and another daughter, Mrs. D. J. Thorpe, at Seattle, Washington. Mrs. South- fate has been gone since the first part of January. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Thorpe recently adopted a baby boy. Sherman Takes Columbia Contract Bhmari JPttrman> teft a*ta*d»y morning for Hollywood to accept a contract with Columbia Pictures, Inc., and will start work the last of the week on script for a new pic- :ure which is soon to be made, lichard, who has become a prom- ncnt young writer during the past ew years, has been writing script or the past two or three yenrs for Twentieth Century Fox. Ho has •een visiting here the past throe veeks with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Sherman. Three Track Men Place in District Seven Algona high school track men wer.> entered in the district meet at 8ritt, Saturday. Joe McNeil! took third in the discus and fifth In the javelin throw. Kenneth Lynk took fifth inthe high hurdles, and Bob Muckey placed fifth In the high jump and fourth In the broad jump. Donald Wlllasson, Tom Wagner and Wayne Douglas were other boys competing. The half mile relay team took third, finishing up five-tenths of a second back of the first place winners. This coming Saturday Coach Lawrence Flndley Intends to tukc the team to Clarion wherp they are entered In the Cowboy relays.' Lotts Creek News Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jackman and family attended the funeral of James Cruikshank Saturday afternoon at the Methodist church In Algona. He died at the age of 87 Mr. Cruikshank was the father of Mrs. Jackman. The young people's society met m the parochial school basement Friday evening. Lawrena Lr.abg Ruth Meine, Orville Kressln were on the serving committee. The visitors were Reuben Fuerstenau Mildred Faulstlch, Elfrleda Lehman of Algona, Viola Bell of West Bend. Five hundred was played at five tables. Kenneth Kuecker won high prize, Lucille Meyer win low prize and Edgar Schmlel won travel prize. Thursday May 19th is Double Green Stamp Day a Double Stamps given on II purchases that Day Special Thurs. Only MULTI-COLOR PLAID RAG RUGS 29c 24x48 Inches, the size you can use so many plncc.t. Qrtton plaid In bright colored blocks. Tasseled ends.. 7 BEN FRANKLIN W. V. Butler, Owner National TIRE SAFETY Week TRADE IN SALE Replace Old Smooth Tires This Week With America's Amazing Safety Tire U. S. ROYAL MASTER Your Old Tires Taken in Trade During National Tire Safety Week—All This Week Convince yourself of this amusing new safety all America Is talking about In our one-minute test, you can see and feel how De-Skidded Royal Masters control dangerous side skids . . . make quick, straight-line emergency stops on wet, slippery streets. ; COME IN TODAY FOB PEEE DEMONSTRATION FREE TRIAL IF DESIRED Meyer Deep-Rock Service State and Philips St. Phone 80 ^mmmmmmmmmmfmmmmmmmmmummmmmmmmm ••••••••••••••••••••••••• Four Corner News The Four Corners Mothers and Daughters club will meet this week "hursday with Mrs. Nettle Rich. Algona. The Roy Hags family and Mrs. da Nlckerson were Sunday dinner ueats of the Louis Ixiwmans, and pent the afternoon at the Arthur Alexander home. Mr. and Mrs. John Gettman and on, Floyd, were Sunday guests at le John Sabins. The Gettmans •ere enroute home to Mason City from Fairmont where they spent Saturday night with a brother of Mr. Gettman. Mildred and Lavonne who stayed with their grandmother, Mrs. Edith Rich, Algona, Saturday, went home with them. Mrs. Rich and Mr. and Mrs. Phil Baker of St. Cloud, Minnesota, were also dinner guests. RUPTURE Shield Expert Here H. M, SHEVNAN-, Middy known expert of Chicago, will penooally be at the Wahkonaa Hotel, Fort Dodge, Friday, only, May 27, from 0 a. in. to 6 p. ni. Mr. Shevnan says: "The Zoetic Shield is a tremendous improvement over all former methods, effecting immediate results. It will not only '.old the rupture perfectly but increase the circulation, strengthen* :he weakened parts, thereby closes the opening in ten days on the average case, regardless of heavy lifting, straining or any position the body may assume no matter the size or location. A nationally known scientific method. No under straps or cumbersome arrangements and absolutely no medicines or medical treatments. .Mr. Shevnun uiU be gLul to deuiodittrato without charge. Add 6441 N. 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