The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 31, 1938 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 31, 1938
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The Algona, tippet Pea Moines, Algona, lowy May 31,1938 SWEA CITY LADY SERIOUSLY III Mrs. Peter Looft Taken U Missouri; Suffering From Cancer with her parents, the C. J. Appel- qulsts. Donald, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. j. Bilsbrouogh went to Storm Lake last Sunday, where he will spend the summer working in his uncle's grocery store. A severe electrical storm last Thursday night put the repair crews to work on several of the rural line?. Heavy rain fell all j njeht Thursday. >frs. Harold Carr entertained 14 _ 1 1-ttJe prirls last Tuesday afternoon at .' a warty in honor of her daughter, Swea City: Friends of Mrs. Prter • i^e's ninth birthday. Games were Looft were very sorry to hear thst » fpT!crnr*d by the sen-ing of refresh- She Was taken to Savannah. Mo. Js« j rap-nt? Wednesday morning to traders j ^ R M " inh «' da J nRgcd ,,j l! ! treatment for cancer. Her cas* hid ! "« r * mtf **My when he collided not been diagnosed until early last I *™* » ^ea City rendering works week. Mrs., Matthew Mnnson ofj tnlck at the east Slde of the town Ames, a daughter, arrived Tuesday! r»rh last Might and Mr. Looft and Amanda ae- ! was " companled theH- mother to Savannah, Thursday morning:. Another daughter, Minnie, Is expected to arrfvfe nejft week 1 when her teaching duties at Fort Dodge are completed for the year. Mrs. Looft's many friends are hoping to hear that her condition Is improving. morning. No one Aid Meets Thursday Itnmanuel Lutheran ladies' Aid wlf meet Thursday, June 2. The hostesses will be Mesdames A. B. Tweeten, Martin Dahl, Ed Berg- greh, Theo. Wallentine and Miss Anna Erickson. The Ml E. Aid will m«t Wednesday, June 1st with Miss J. Iva Moats, and Mesdames Wm. Mather and R. E. Ridge. Mrs. Fred McGregor will lead the devotions and Rev. H. E. Harvey the lesson study. Hazel Rohlin will furnish the music. The M. E. church will hold its daily vacation Bible school this week beginning Tuesday. Rev. H. E. Harvey will head the corps of teachers. The Immanuel Lutheran church will also begin its school on May 31. Rev. R. C. Swanson will be in charge. About 60 are expected to enroll for the two weeks' session. BURT TEACHERS LEAVING FOR SUMMER WORK, VACATION TRIPS SEXTON NEWS Art Pehrson, local hardware dealer, is recovering from a case of the mttmps. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Crees are the parents of a son born May 15. This is their second child. August X. Peterson went to Des Moines Thursday to undergo an operation for hernia at the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rath's five- year old son, Dickie, is recovering from an appendicitis operation at the Estherville hospital. Mrs. W. F. Petterson and little daughter are here from Tacoma, Washington, for an extended visit Mrs. Herman Wise spent Wednesday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Voss, Sr., near Lu- Verne. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven spent Friday afternoon at the home of their son. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Steven near Fenton. Lois Miller graduated from the Algona high school, Thursday evening. A number from here attended the exercises at the high school auditorium. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Curran and little daughter, Carol L«e, spent Thursday afternoon at the A. L. Greenfield home. Mr. Curran is a nephew of Mr. Greenfield. Mrs. Belle Waters, St. Paul, spent part of last week with her daughter, Mrs. Sim Bemis. She went to Estherville the last of the week for visit with other relatives before | returning to her home. Supt. Bowie Plans to Be main During Most of The Summer Burt: Most of the teachers an leaving soon or have left to spent their vacations in various ways Supt. and Mrs. Bowie will be here most of the summer, as will the Glenn Andersons. Mr. Anderson will have charge of the band work here and in neighboring towns. Alice Eighme will take work at the University of Southern California for .her master's degree. Axel Anderson will attend summer school in Cedar Falls. Erna Baars will visit relatievs in Wisconsin and will attend a choral school, conducted by F. Melius Christianson at Ephriam, Wis. Marian Hoppe will attend Tobin College at Fort Dodge. Frances Vaughn will go to her home at Rolfe and Leona Bahe and Lenore Boliie will be at their homes In Fairbanks and Madrid. Rain Breaks It t'p In spite of unfavorable weather conditons. a good crowd attended the school and community picnic Friday. The high school band played during the dinner hour. After dinner the AH Stars and Manure Spreaders started a game of baseball, but had to quit soon on account of rain. Bible School Begin* The annual dully vacation Bible school begins Tuesday. This is a union project of the Presbyterian and Methodist churches. Teachers in the school will include the Rev. C. B. Mitchell, Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Doms, Lurena Wessel. Oriole Brooke. Eugenia Kriethe. Lyla Olson and Mary Ann Smith. The school is being held in the school house this year. IN 1JBRFOUR GUARANTEED Used Cars Largest Stock of Used Cars in County Lowest Prices-Easy Terms Buy with Confidence- Satisfaction Guaranteed 1—1937 FORD "60" COUPE 1-1937 FORD TUDOR 1—1936 FORD TUDOR 1—1934 FORD TUDOR 1-1936 PLYMOUTH COUPE 1—1936 DODGE SEDAN 1—1934 DODGE COUPE 1—1933 FORD TUDOR 1 1934 CHEVROLET COACH 1—1934 CHEVROLET SEDAN 1 1930 FORD COUPE 1—1929 FORD TUDOR Has Leg Amputated Word has come to Burt friends that Mrs. Dora Armstrong, who had been at the University hospital at Iowa City for a number of weeks, had her leg amputated Wednesday. She is suffering from diabetes. The Robert Brayton family has moved into Mrs. John Recker's house near the school house. W. J. Lockwood attended a picnic for Equitable Life Insurance employees at Storm Lake Friday. The Allen Salisbury's, Tipton, visited last week at the H. A. Salisbury home and with relatives in Algona. \irs. J. H. Schroedcr and Mrs. Velmn McBride attended a Methodist tea at Whittemore Thursday. The Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Doms had as dinner guests Thursday evening all the memebrs of the school faculty. The G. W. Pattersons and Mrs. Elizabeth Patterson spent last week Sunday with relatives at Lake Mills. Richard Chlpman will go to Minneapolis the first of the week where he has a position with the Hormel Company. The G. H. McMullcns \vent to Russell Sunday, where they visited over Memorial day with Mrs. McMullen'a mother. O. P. Hawcott went to Fort Dodge Friday to KCC about getting suits for the Burt baseball team, of which he i.s manager. The Marvin hotel was painted lust week rind is now much improved in nppearnnre. A. F. Carter and son.s and R. W. Rash did the work. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Graham and Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Stainbroc.k ant! FOR SALE—Brand New World Atlas. $:;.75. Good maps and Gazet- MT. Excellent for home use. Decid- t'l we need a larger one for office use. Algona Upper Des Moines. 22 Mrs. Lawrence Stalnbrook and her daughter, Carol, fished at Iowa Lake Thursday. Mrs. P. F. Kriethe and daughter, Eugenia, went to Iowa City Thursday and brought home Paul, Jr.. who is a law student at the State University. Carl Reynolds who has been driving a truck for the K. & H. Oil Co. is now driving one for the Diamond Co. George Manus is driving the K. & H. truck. 70ATSWEA M-DBANQUET Friday Event Presented With a Wonderful Program Stock Dance Revue Friday Evening Bernice Stock will present her Second Annual Dance Revue Friday evening, June 3, at eight o'clock at the high school auditorium. This year she Is presenting 75 rhythm minded dancers in a group of novelty numbers which includes as one of its main features a "Toy Shop." Another feature is "Milady's Evening Out," a satire on the modern servant problem, "Ten Pretty Girls" is a skit based on the popular song of the same name. Swea City: Seventy guests were present at the Mother and Daughter banquet given by the M. E. Lad lea Aid in the church parlors last Friday evening. Decorations were I In pastel colors, spring flowers be' tog used to carry out the color scheme. .Mrs. R. M. Minkel was In charge of the decorating. A number of fellowship songs were sung by the entire group, and the following program was presented: The Adventure of Life, Mrs. H. E, Harvey, toastmistress; table blessing; A Greeting, Marceyne Barker; To Early Pioneers, Bernice Smith; Response, Mrs. J. Gilles; The First Speech, La Nelle Harvey; Tomorrow, Doris Nelson and Arlene Griffith; solo, "Mother", Lucille Peterson; To Young Pioneers, Mrs. George Harner; Response, Ha- Classified Ads For Sale FOR SALE—F-12 Farmall trac tor, rubber front, less than year ild. F-20 Farmall tractor, in excel- ent condition. Ford V-8 1H ton ruck LWB, with grain bov. Farm- ill cultivator. Sandwich grain ele- vator.—McCokmick-Deering store, Alpona. 22 SPINET PIANO, latest style. In Algonn. Will sacrifice equity. Con rrange terms.—Piano Finance Co., 3ox 263. Fairmont, Minn. 22* FOR SALE—6-room cottage at Spirit Lake at a great argain—U. Dreesman, Lakota. 22* FOR SALE—1938 Ford Deluxe •"order sedan. Color black with vhite sidewall tires, Philco radio, Stewart Warner gas heater, run 100 miles. Liberal discount for uick sale. Inquire Stewart Super Service, 302 E. State. Tel. 798. 22* AUTOMOBILE OWNERS ATTENTION Safe driver rewards—our policy lolders always save from 20 to 30^—Coast to Coast claim service non- estricted — standard coverages. Buy Standard Protection at lowest ost.—Algona Insurance Agency, C. R. LaBarre. 18-tf ENLARGEMENT FREE—Films developed Mid printed (or 3Oc and one free enlargement Nine pictures 'or 30c.—Lusby's. 14-34 STOP AT Sampson's Tire Service and look over their lug grip 'ires for snow and mud. 6-tf LET US VULCANIZE those brok- n tires and tubes. All work guaranteed.—Sampson Tire Service. 6-tf For Your Car DROP IN at Sampson's Tire Ser•ice when In need of a used tire or ube. e-tf Wanted WANTED—Boy 1« wants work luring school vacation. Experlenc- d on farm. Inquire this office. 22* WANTED—Passengers to Texas. Call thia office. 22* WANTED—Work by elderly man, experienced in farm work and care of stock. Inquire this office particulars. for 22 HELP WANTED—A profitable business of your own with high class mineral f**d product. We must have salesman for Kossuth county. Write MineBx, Box 353, Albert Lea. Minn. 22* WANTED—Auto loans, refinancing. Lower payments.—Western Credit Co.. Algona. 15-tf WANTED—Your dead stock- prompt, sanitary removal. Phone 7, Algona. We pay all phone calls.— Algona Rendering Co. 11-tf Miscellaneous ANNOUNCEMENT I hereby announce my candidacy for rer/redentntive from Kossuth county subject to the will of the republican voters at the June primary.—J. C. Skow, Wesley. . 22* ANNOUNCEMENT I wish to announce my candidacy for supervisor in the Third district on the Republican ticket. H. J. PRESTHUS 20-22* WANTED—We buy hides, see us first.—Joe Greenberg, Algona. 3-tf I WISH TO ANNOUNCE my candidacy for the republican nomination for supervisor of the Second district In the June primaries.— Claude A. Samson. 16-22* ANNOUNCEMENT I will be a candidate for reelection as county supervisor from the second district. Your support will be greatly appreciated.—W. E. McDonald. 8-tf ANNOUNCEMENT I am a candidate for County Supervisor of the Second District on the Republican ticket at the Juna primary. Your support and vote will be greatly appreciated.—A. R. Cruikshank. 12-19 WANTED—Will pay 7^ int. on S400 to $600. Good security. Write c-o this office. 22 SALESMAN WANTED—Reliable man. Good references. To sell guaranteed line tools, paint, light farm equipment. Steady work. Good commission. Must have ca Write Atchison Mfg. Co., Albert Lea, Minn. 22-23 J!/; lii: 7 < 'h«-v. Truck 7 1-Wd Truck 1 I >."!<_,• Trn-k :! < 'hev. Ti'llck USED TRUCKS June is a Bargain Month on Used Cars at the Kent Motor Co. Sales Service Prices Terms HE MERITS YOUR VOTE LLOYD THURSTON Republican Candidate for United States Senator Leading Kcpublicans throughout Iowa are iii'uinx ihc nomination of Lloyd Thurston as the i-andidate for Tinted States Senate. Some of the reasons: Four years in the State Senate and fourteen years in <'ongress is an assurance of his ability. Mis ron>eeulive elections is a positive ap- pr>ival of hi> lull" public service. His determined stand in Congress for con- .-tiniti.iiud v'"vernnient together with his service in the Spanish-American and the World \\'ar inspires confidence in his loyalty. LLOYD THt'BSTON Of Clarke County A bj b ' majority in Kottuth county next Monday for Lloyd Thurston would prove helpful in the Nov- t:iibir campaign. Political writers in press reports are predicting that Thurston's nomination for tha I'nited Status Senate is atoured if the farm vote i Monday. not withheld on account of weather conditions next A d..|inJable, forward looking Icgiblator: an tffkent public servant; a thoughtful leader among iiu-i: the name of LJoyd Thurhion, a* the Republican candidate for United State* Senator next -N'iA inibtr, should prove a helpful factor in the iu=urant.<i of victory for the Republican ticket la lov;a. Vote lor Thurbtbu To this riid yuur attivt support a«d your vote tolicittd June Slh. zel Rohlm: The Things Td Change, Doldres Klugter; My Corn Cob Dolly, Marjorte Gaff; ftttartett*. H«*el Rohlm, Lucille Leland, Mrs. Ate- tha Bcklurid, and Mrs. Wm. Thompson. The Bethlehem Lutheran church Will hold confirmation exercises on Sunday morning, June 5, at 10:30. Rev. R. W. Boade Is pastor. Members of the town band took part in the Kossuth county Safety Day pafade at Algona last Thursday afternoon. Wedding Dinner Honors Corwith Girl on Monday Corwith-'FalrvleW! Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bonnstetter entertained at a six o'clock wedding dinner last week Monday evening honoring Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Chflstenson who were married at two o'clock that same afternoon at the Renwick Lutheran parsonage, the Rev. J. H. Reents of- \flciatlng. Mrs. Chrlstenson was, before her marriage, Miss Velva Hoffman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Hoffman, and a sister of Mrs. Bonnstetter. She graduated from the Renwick high school in 1834 and has since lived with her parents. Attendants at the wedding were Miss Beth FJoyd and Gordon John- 1 son of Eagle Grove and Robert Arsendoff of Chicago. The couple will live In St Ansgar, where Mr. Christenson is employed as a motion picture projectionist.' Attending the wedding dinner was the bridal party and 'he immediate relatives. Mrs. Floyd Masterson was hostess to the Thimble circle on Friday afternoon. Avonejle Johnson has been visit- Ing the past week at the Walter Stevens home in Algona. RADIO REPAIR All typos—all models Auto Radios a specialty Ed Genrich Phone 520-W At Bjustrom's 22-23 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Masterson and Margaret and Frances wete Algona callers Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Johnsori and family and Mrs. Johnson's'.patents, Mr. and Mrs. Penterman w*te Fort Dodge callers last Wednesday. Wlma Merrlam has returned to her home after spending eeveral days with her sister, Doris at McGregor and also visiting In Cedar Falls. Mr. and Mrs, Delbert Brown and family of Algona were last week Sunday dinner guests at the home of his brother, Harold Brown and family. Mrs. Fred Barnum and daughter of Pontlac, Michigan, are here for a three weeks' visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. K, Mullins and with other relatives, Florence Widen and Mary Kelch, nurses at the Mason City Merey hospital, were last week Sunday guests at their respective homes. Other guests at the Widen home were Irene and Joe Grahdgennet of St. Benedict, and Helen Widen. Mr. and Mrs. Cl*de Whaley and Mi*. Leonard Shaft) and children i»f Des Homes tame Tfturtday for an oveffflgfet Visit With thllf sfatef, Mr* DMk. Stude? and family. The latter's motHef, Mrs. Tyrrtll at Brltt, was also & gtfest at the Studer home. NORMARANEY BRIDE, FRIDAY Irvlngton: Mrs. Cnas. .Patterson of Burt and Mfffctt t* Satley of Algona have lsstflW:**ry unique in- viteUonsl* f»fl*lrlSf6r s * shower in honor of Miss Norms Raney, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Raney, whose approaching marriage to Russell Walker has been announced. The party win occur at the Patterson Home Friday, June 3. Mrs. A. L. fcrreenfleld and her v daughter, Edith, spent Thursday morning with Mrs. Greenfield's sister, Mrs. A. D. Richards, who Is a patient at the Kossuth hospital. ^^ * Chick Prices Reduced Leghorns $4.90 Heavys — -$5.90 New Hampshires —$7.50 White Giants $7.50 Leghorn Cockerels—$2.25 Heavy Cockerels —$6.90 Minorca, Leghorn and Hybrid Pullets $9.90 Heavy Pullets -' $7.90 Seconds $2.00 A nice supply of started White Leghorn Pullets and New Hampshire Reds at SI-50 per hundred additional per week for brooding. All other chicks$1.00 per wwk for brooding, if purchased direct out of brooders, 50c more per hundred If contracted. Hamilton Hatchery BANCROFT TTTONKA i- V /?///rs/wrs/rs/ss///s/^^^^ It won't be long now- Swim Time Means a Bradley or Jantzen Swim Suit *v .-".'. Chrischilles Store Spl.-isli — <-ind the sunuiior swimming season is on. Whether you're in the Al- jjona pool or at some lake, you'll be right in The .swim with either a Jautzen or a Bradley Swim suit — the favorites at, all the beaehes from the Atlantic to the Pacific. We have all type of suits—from the silk, sleek Lastcx tufted models to the printed cotton (with wool jersey trunks underneath; and finally to the famous New Jantxen \Vixp-OfWeight the greatest innovation in ing suit history. These Jant/en models have permanent lit (wet or dry), are completely com- r'ortahle, in or out of the water, have a definite figure control, due to enduring elasticity of Jantzen stitch . . .They are, v made from highest quality worsted yarn, dyed in the wool and triple shrunk. You just can't beat a Jantzen. Also a complete showing of the latest in Bradley suits—too well known to need more than a mere mention here. All suits are guaranteed to give satisfaction. 1.95 to 5.95 .**•.- Swimming make* you healthy, and keeps your figure trim — then* kuit» are designed Jo glvp you freedom mid you'H enjoy the clever new louche* .which dUtln- fc-u!Nh 1938 model! from tho*e it prevlou* yeum We have a IS ran<l election for you — all tAieu, nil color* and all prices. Make your choir** now— while we have Complete Una of Children'* Suits Also the Latest Bathing Caps * Terry Bath Robes- Alan Towels

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