The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 24, 1938 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 24,1938 UINONFARMS PLANT HYBRID Bains and Weather Put Field Work About a Week Behind Union: Farmer? welcomed the recent sunshine as last week was near ly a otal loss for planting corn. The season for planting corn has been delayed to ?uch an extent that the farmers were very glum wh»n questioned about the corn outlook. Many took advantage of the good weather and worked Sunday. Owing to the breaking down of torn the past rear by high wind? nearly all of the farmers are plant- Ing hybrid seed. This may be n disadvantage this e.«r as it takes longer to mature than the nthcr variety. Abbie Tjaden Abbie Tjaden was hostess to the Busy Bee club at their lari meet- Ing. Three contests were enjoyed. "Hie ladies have decided to have definite programs hereafter and will have them put in book form in advance. x , I i "<VT**'?*^" PARADE OF THE ^HGHT OF GERMANY'S ARMY MARKS HTTUSR-S BIRTHDAY—Berlin: Chancellor Hitler salutes a detachment of soldiers in the parade staged by the German Army as its tribute to the Fuehrer on his 49th birthday. At his jide is Col.-Gen. Goering. Hitler and Mussolini conferences are expected this week in Rome on the matter of the Italian-Germany axis. Francis Platt. Irvington. spent Sunday with Robert Bode. Johnnie Romstad and two of the Ray Lieurence children are having the mumps. Mrs. Eva Gardner. Mrs. Chester Bailey's mother, came to spend a couple of weeks at the Bailey home. Friends of L. J. DeGraw father of Mrs. Earl Taylor will be glad to learn he is showing definite improvement He has been ill most of the winter and spring. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Jenkinson spent Sunday afternoon at the Leonard Cruikshank home visiting Glen's brother. Lou. who has just returned from Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Knute Bolin and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Heerdt attended a picnic and last day activities in Grant township last Thursday Grant township was their residence before moving to Union. Mrs. L. C. Puth returned to her home aS Gilmore City last week Thursday, being a guest of her sister, Mrs. Louis Bode, and her parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Lamuth. at Algona. She came here on the Sunday previous. Literary Club to Meet May 25 At Phillips Residence Irvington: The Plum Creek Literary society will meet Wednesday, May 25. with Mrs. Grace Phillips, the entire program being devoted to the subject of health. The re- •ponse to roll call will be 'Train- Ing the Appetite". Mrs. Ethel Gardner will give a talk on "Pro- noting Normal Appetite and Hunger in the Child." The subject of "Special Dishes of German, Rua- •lan and Spanish and American" will be presented by Mrs. Jessie Altwegg. The program will conclude with a health talk given by some local speaker to be supplied by the program chairman. The club meeting will close with ih< June 8th meeting. Mrs. Dora Weber and Mrs. Augusta Schultz hemp- the hostesses. This will be the annual musk-ale nnd nil charter mom- to be Invited as special June Corey visited at the home of Mrs. Roy Berrie at Mason City, en Thursday. Mr*. Holrnan Andenon, Air*. Bit Finn and Mrs. Everett Anderson spent Wednesday in Fort Dodge A. L. Brown. John Weber, and Glen Roland attended a cattle fppJers' mcrtins at Amos Friday Betty Ua/ltikalt. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Wallukait. is cm fined to her home with the chicken pox. Mrs. J. H. Detaney, mother of Mrs. George Boswell. of Des Moines. is making an extended visit in Algona. .Mrs. Empry Brmis of Remviok bors arc guests. visited at the home of her sister. Mrs. Everett Anderson last week Friday. Mrs, C. R. LaBarre, Mrs. A. W. Amunson. Mrs. G. S. Buchanan nnd Mrs. Glen Roland spent Wednesday 'n Mason City. Martha Hayne* of Wesley arrived Thursday and visited over the Keek end at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Raymond Beamish. Mrs, Floyd Saunders left Thursday morning for Bloomington, Iowa, where she will spend the week enO visiting her mother. Mrs. Horn. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Strelt and son. Michael, visited at the home of Mrs. Streifs mother, Mrs. M. F. Coonan at Emmetsburg Sunday. Mrs. Mildred Olson of Eatherville called on her sister, Mrs. Harold Kuchenreuther, Wednesday, and visited at her hours. home for several A> L. Look Visit-* A. L. Look. LuV'erne. rural mail carrier, visited with friends her* last "Wednesday. Mr. Look is completing his 2&th year of service as rural carrier In the LuVerne ter ritory. Besides this work he maintain)-, a uke garden with flowers "and ^hrub- 1 - and takes a preat deal of pride in hit varieties of fruit. Herman Mryer* Home Herman Meyers prominent south east of OaShraith farmer returned to his h"nie last week ;.f;tr beiru' at the Kos-inh for n t KIK,'\ of Meyer.- \- -';>] altho-.i^h lie IN from lii- it-,-i In wi-av tilt- : No. 1 ouii>:.i < orr;, . •„ tin- i hospital ii. Alj-'ijiri -everi! ivti-Ji*. Mr. onlint.i to In- Uri. •ou.ewn.-u i:u|-rcYi -1 II.!.I P.-nii }•' Mr. anil Mni. C. H. Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. Campbell Humphrey, Jr., drove to Newton, Sunday, and visited Mrs. Taylor's brother, Clyde Roswell. Dr. Kmmet Kenefirk and Ron, Emmet II of St. Paul spent last week Sunday visiting at the home of Dr. and Mrs. John Kenefich, The doctors are brothers. Burdi-tte Agard drove to fiold- ficld, Thursday evening to Htfnd the commencement exercises at 'ho Ooldfitld high school, where his brother. Leo. wns graduating. Mr. anil Msr. DHnmr MrFadden and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Morgan of Ottostn drove to Hawarden last week .Sunday and were guests at the jK'ir.i' of Mr. and Mrs. Harley Watkins. Mr. and Mr*. Prt<. r \Valdron drove tc. Jnckson. Minnesota, last week Sunday to attend the funeral '.f Mrs. Waldron's sister, Elaine Uuus, who died following an operation. Mr. and Mm. Henry Dob«on left i Thursday morning lor two wt<-;<- at j Kfcdluik. Mr. Ii',b:-on. Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Trlbon and Mrs. Mary Lampright, and Dr. Al bert Tribon and wife of Independence returned to their homes on Thursday after enjoying several days at the Dewel cottage at Cle°.r Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stewart and daughter. Joan, were in Mason City Wednesday visiting at the home of Mrs. Stewart's brother and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Beamish. Mr. Stewart also attended a White Rose oil sales meeting. Mr. nnd Mrs. G. L. Volts returned Thursday evening from Chicago, where they had a week's visit with Dr. and Mrs. D. P. Grettie. Dr. Grettie is a research chemist in the Swift laboratories, and Mrs. Grettie is the Vohs daughter. Mrs. O. A. Burrell of Perry, Iowa, and Mr. and Mrs. Byron Burrell and p amily of Rockyford. Colo., arrived Friday and were week end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Tuttle. Mrs. Burrell is Mrs. Tutle's mother and Byron Burrell is her brother. C. B. Albright, well known Plum Creek township man. returned last week from Hayfield. Minnesota, where he had been making a visit to lis son. Carl Albright and family, rhe Carl Albrights bought a farm and moved up there last year and are pleased with their new location. T. C. Mhprman presented the i:p- >er Des Moines office with a lovely >ouquet of his Frecnh lilacs this week. The blossoms are much larger than the American variety, and the plants grow and develop slowly. There is the Charles X, single red: Charlse Jolly, double red. and Mnric Le Graye. a white. Mr. and Mrs. Frank ShilU and son, John, returned Wednesday evening from a vacation trip of several days. They visited their son. Melvin at Omaha during the week end. and spent Sunday afternoon and night at the home of Mr. ShilU' brother, Charles, at Tectunseh, Nebraska, and visited their daughter, Mrs. Merwln Foote at Concordia, Kansas, Monday and Tuesday. John will visit here about a week more before returning to his work in Minneapolis. Daughter of Former Swea Cityan Weds At Paris, Missouri Swea City: Friends of Miss Kathryn Thomson have received announcement of her marriage on April 9 to Russell Brooks, of Paris, Moi, at Rogers, Arkansas. The couple is nt home at 269 Spring St., Eureka Springs. Arkansas. Kathryn is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Thomson, who left here last year for Eckert, Colorado. The Thomsons were well known in Kossuth. he having managed elevators at Plum Creek and Swea City for many years. R. A. Bravender Home R. A. Bravender returned last Tuesday from Long Beach, California, where he had gone to attend the funeral of his father, the late Cyrus E. Bravendcr. The elder Bravenders lived for many years on their farm six miles west of here nnd were well known in northwest <o?suth. The widow is still living n Long Beach and enjoys good health at the age of 76. hospital, Des Moines, on June 1. ' Bethlehem Lutheran' church Inner Mission society held a three- day meeting .here from last Friday until Sunday. Rev. Olson of Canton, S. D., was the principal speaker. Meetings were In charge of the pastor, Rev. R. W. Boade. 2 New Teachers 200 Air Ma!l Letter* Mayor A. J. Christensen and Postmaster Ida Larson drove to Algona last Thursday afternoon, with 200 air mail letters to be flown o Des Moines by Pilot John Hauptmann of Wesley in observance of Air Mail Week. Because of the recent heavy rains, the ground at the Algona airport was unsafe for landing, so the letters were taken on to Wesley by automobile. Mr. and Mrs. H. Witte of Mason City visited here Thursday with her father. R. H. Walker and other relatives. This Tuesday night, Swea City Methodist wilf hold a special service at their church commemorating the 200th anniversary of Methodism. Mae Peterson, daughter of Walter Peterson of Swea City, will be graduated from a three-year nurses' training course at the Lutheran Mrs Mr.. II v UH-IC Harris ISre- >nd Kridav '. Ih- fr.r I r - M I /or restful results ' • * Morrison's Facials We haven't, ami rl.iu't intend tu raise jn-irt-s . . . niir IM-ST hunst is <mr riMiiuie)- verdict our work. PERMANENT WAVES UY are still ^ivinjr -flu in vaves. \vitii guaranteed iv-iiltins including hair '•lit. ,-haiupnu and lin- Ui-l' U'ave. complete for S 5.00 *6.50 Mr .-.i.-i «.',.. .1 A M,,:,.-.!„:... ;-. • ton At', i: 'is,i, •; f; .. r ,;. ;.• H'<:.i- It I, r, ,,,,rt,-,l |h-,t *i t , ,|, tin, ,, s Morrison Beauty Shop Ml I"-• f.. I UK :i.. r I ' Mis, .-'(-.-, i I H :.. • • - • ' ' I _• I • fc . - ,, • •' . . . ' , J. : •••;>. M/^ __— i j h n«- Sign at Lit Verne LuVerne: The board of directors of the LuVerne independent school has entered into contract with the following teaching staff for next year: Kleeta Finley, Newton. Laurine Olson, Gilbert, third and fourth grades: Harriet Beattie, Malvern. seventh and eighth grades; Verla Mae Huston, Storm Lake, commercial nnd home economics; Louis Louers, Keota, English nnd dramatics; Walter Peterson, Roland, band and glee clubs and history; C. C. Smith, high school principal, coach and mathematics In- instructor; Alex C. Evans, superintendent. Miss Hubbard and Huston are the only new teachers on the staff. Miss Hubbard is an experienced teacher, attending Iowa State Teachers College this year. Miss Huston has been teaching at Newburg. where Willard Langerak, a former teacher here. Is now superintendent. Mr. Peterson will be the band instructor here and at Goldfleld during the summer. Fred Tlede, Velma M»yer and Jacqueline Conoway left Saturday morning for Davenport. From there they will go to Detroit for a week's visit. Giovanni Smith accompanied them to her home. Al Miller, his son, Mllo, and his brother. Geo. Miller. San Diego, i California, left Friday morning for LaPorte, Minn., where they will spend some time fishing. They took their trailer house along and will live ih it during their stay. The Rev. L. Wlttenburg attended a conference at Mallard from Tuesday until Friday, last week. Mrs: Victor Kohlman and children. Royal, Iowa, spent the week at the Fred Schneiders, while Rev. Kohlman was attending the same conference. Methodist Aid Circles met last week at the Peter Thompson, O. S. Lund and Carl Swanson homes. Mrs. Ralph Davidson and Mrs. John Brink were hostesses at Thompson's because both live on farms that are not reached on hard surfaced roads. Hints for better gardens were given in response to roll call at the meeting of the J. J. club at the home of Mrs. Lloyd Zentner, Friday afternoon. Mrs. Chas. Wolf read a magazine article on Gardening and Mrs. Harold Sorensen conducted the social hour. Plans were made for a plcnie June 3 at the City Park. ?&iHacHi8#a8Uu<HJubu»j^^ § Lotts Creek News Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz were Sunday visitors at the Peter Christensen home at LuVerne. Rev. E. Flene accompanied Rev. Kabelitz of Fenton to Mallard, on Tuesday until Thursday to attend a conference. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer and Gertrude of Whlttemore were Tuesday evening visitors at the Hugo Faulstlch home. Arnold and Frank Melne and Mrs. Hackbarth took their father, John Meine to Rochester Friday to go through the Mayo clinic and con- fult with specialists. VOTE FOR 1 ARD, grinding labor wot once m« lot of every bride who went lo a home beyond the city gas mains. Long hourt of kitchen drudgery were in *»ore for her . . . carrying cool . . . emptying aihet . . . trimming wiclct . . . conttantly fighting dirt and grime. But that day it pott. There't no reaton for you to grow old too toon no need for you to work away your health and beauty. For Shellane Cooking Gat bringt you all the convenience! of city gat service. Delivered »o your home cytywhere, thit pure natural gaj maket it pouible for you to have a really modern kitchen . . . lo know the joy of modern cooking magic. It putt an end to kitchen drudgery For Shellane doesn't even larnUh your pots and pans. Wiit. Shcl! = -.e you can have outorr.^lic hot *aler apt! -. .. lelfigerotion. too. All at the co»i of orJ/ a tut cent; a aayi Howard Hardware '271 OOKING GAS jfAoufa. tfaufyetoy a c&y I'e< i-'er i- ;-.t In I. f.fl 1 •':• ]"..,; 'I!..- Hi.;. ... : I., -. • .. M--.f. : . - !;.- "... _•.,.: .ir.d M; : . .-, . -. . i -.-,... w..-r< .- .. .-.:.. . ., ' .'tlj'l'l.- , hi ; ,i.. MM :• V, INI...". ' : -.!• <f I.:. '-..: :!.;;: \V, .-...,,, -. ,.. . - l.l- I." '" . I. :•. .:r. 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For girls and adits •i for BLUE RIBBON SPECIALS These added Special Values For Thursday Only Dinnerware '•'*••'. _ i;: -.~ 111 I i lOc each Luggage Suit c-;i>e.-~, hal l)i>\e>, i.\ t-nnir ea>e>, week end liit^'S, Sells ivu'lllill ly li)» In .f 1.4!(. elu.iee $1.00 Bed Spreads A ijiiality cotton crinkled spi'ead. lai'tiv si/e. A •fl.lio value, special 93c Plaid Rugs made of tine>t cotton yai'ii.-s. Hi/.e lHx:')ti 19c Spring Hats for Ladies Many priced originally at -flJ.})")—50 of them go at tiii.s price Thursday. 50c L. J KOCKLBB For SUPERVISOR FOl'RTIl DISTRICT Subject to the decision of the voters at the Republican Primary June 6, 1938 HOWARD HARDWARE GRAHAM'S MAY SALE Continues This Week With Added Specials Throughout the Store Shop At GRAHAM'S For Greater Values SII.K Holeproof HOSE 79c High twist all silk crepe. The inewest correct shades. Hat. $ 1.95 Wide assort' nent Whltei pastel * dark shades. Imported All Linen Crash _ _. yd. 19c Fancy Cretonnes 36 inch lOc Brown or Bleached Sheetings 9-4 25c The Season's Newest Fashions! COTTON FROCKS 1.98 The most exquisite fabrics ever presented. • Lawns, Poplins • Spun Rayons • Slub .Broadcloths • Sheer Seersuckers Crisp and colorful with so much style you can wear them everywhere. Sizes 14 to 30—38 to 40 !* * Turkish Towels, large fancy 23c Pillow Cases, 42x36 . _ _ special lOc Linen Lunch Cloths 54x54 inches _ - .$1.00 White Hand StiKiit new styk'.i just i.rrivt-'l. $1.00 See this collection of w'iitt h;i(!., fi-i,- tin- new M-iiMjn. Wash Fabrics 17c New patterns, Ba- ti.ste.s, Voiles, Dimities, Lawm,. Values to 39c. Sheer Chiffon Hose 79c Rayon Slips Panel Style Fabric Gloves for Summer . special 43c 47c -_69c Rayon Panties 23c N'ovtlty ,:lo(hs, with lace and motfil trim. Children's Featured in 2 special group-.) lOc 15c Fine r»yon or cotton in white or paatel shades. Fancy lastex tops. Sizes 4'Xi to 10. Colored Mixing Bowl Sets 49c Aluminum Ware, 98c values 79c Colored Pottery, 20 pc sets $3.49 Special MODESS J Modess36 %*„ • Modess36 lar 20e per do/on Six do/en $1 AA "2 hoxes" J'W Imagine! 72 napkins for only $1.00 and you actually save 20% „ Department Stores 'WANT ADS' BRING QUICK RESULT*

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