The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 12, 1938 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 12, 1938
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t . -^^^^•^•••••i itoS RETURN | TOWESTBEND ! PROM CHICAGO e night, arriving in West Bend " were . . LaVaughn Rlley, who trainln * course Ph ™ Chicago. The Rlleys went on to heir home in Livermore that day f iss Ida and Charles are chil lend Riley of We3t Mr and Mrs. C. K. Giddlngs spent he fourth at Port Dodge Chas. E. stover of St. Paul, S pe,,t enhL J W ,° £ the home of his ephew, Merle Stover. Dr. and Mrs. H. Frank Givens n n vacati °" northern Minnesota ™ ™ returned °m City Thursday, where he went specials in regard to Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Walker and The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, July 12,1938 Betty Lou and Mary Needing spent Monday evening at Whittemore celebrating the Fourth. Mrs. Harold Leorke was taken to Fort Dodge Thursday, where she underwent an operation for appendicitis, In a hospital there. Mrs. H. J. Noeding entertained the members of the Rodman Ladies' Aid, Wednesday afternoon. She served a supper to a good crowd. Mr.*and Mrs. Harold Mikes returned home from their wedding trip, Wednesday. They visited the Black Hills and Montana while away. Mrs. Justina Hoskin resigned her position as cashier at the Casino eery July 1st. She has secured a position as cashier at the Casoino at the park. , . Mr. and Mrs. George Martin and children of Eureka, 111., came Saturday morning to visit in the home of her sister, Mrs. Elvin Rolfsun and her father, Charles Anliker. Mr. and Mrs. Elmore Falb of Chicago, are spending some time with his mother, Mrs. Fannie Falb nt the Frank Lockwood home. Mr. 'alb and Mrs. Lockwood are brother and sister. Mr. and Mrs. John Munson and amily and Mr. and Mrs. M. T Munson, attended a family picnic t Emmetsburg the Fourth of July The Most Comfortable Place In Town To Shop Fresh outside air, cooled with city water to :\ temperature that feels deliciously refreshing Jis soon as you enter the store. "\ ou'll eu joy shopping in our store. Seethe new thiiiL.- as they arrive. Hawcott & Ogg ' That Coupon Saved me $ 23 ... IT SHOWED ME HOW TO HAVE A better job for less money" Siyt Colon. Cutro Oruo, Director oi (be L. S. U. Bud, felon Re*,,,, UiriiUn. t •;•• Wl SAW • Devoe ad io one ot the magazines. We clipped the coupon ana «ent for the free booklet oa the new Devoe 2-Coat System. ASKID OUR OIAlll for costs. He proved to us we'd have a longer-lasting, better-looking job and be money ahead with the new Devoe 1'aints. PROVIO WHITII by far than any other paint we have ever had eu the house before. Every one who sees it congratulates us on the brilliant whiteness of the paint job we have. And at the same time we saved considerable money. 'Everything 1 read about this paint J>etng whiter is absolutely true!" *« NEW Devoe 2-Coat J[ System cuts painting costs in half . . . does a better job. Here are the chemists' reasons for it: Devoe has developed two entirely new kinds of paint which take the place of the usual three coats of the same paint. One goes next to the wood, seals its pores, or clings to old paint surface. It pre- veiits the loss of the oils that keep paint elastic. The other forms the top-coat, stays whiter and resists sun and weather. Together, they give a finish that outlasts others 2 to 1 and saves as much as S0% in painting costs. Get the facts about Devoe's new 2-Coat System. Come in and let us show you how you can have a fine-looking home, and at the same time save yourself considerable money. < KtftdMt Painter— /nv«itif<<« tor Aiuffcl flat Botsford Lumber Co. Phono 25(5 Jim Pool THE NEW 2-COAT SYSHM S» MMtKIC.A i O.L D t ', I HA1NI COMHuNI-tS'T. )/5 SALUTE! Alexandria Bay, N. Y.: Pretty Beverly Kisor presents a snappy salute as she competes for place as attendant at official opening of Thousand Islands International Bridge, near here, on August 18th. Many Thousand Island pretties will greet those who attend the opening and Beverly, wearing new World Fair hat looks as though she might be a sure winner. North East Kossuth News I. E. Wortmans Visit Ames, Webster City Lakota: The I. E. Wortmans wer» visitors at Ames and Webster City last week Wednesday where they visited Mrs. Wortman's sister, Mrs. Ruth Ewing, who has been ill for several weeks. Two of her sons have been with the Wortmans since she was taken ill and Donald also acompanied them home for a visit of a few days. Entertains Aid Meeting Mrs. Carl Hammer entertained a group of women from the Methodist Aid at her home here Thursday afternoon in one of a series of teas iut on by the members. Twenty vomen were present and spent the afternoon visiting. Mrs. Hammer erved a delicious lunch. A picnic dinner and a ball game were features of the day. Robert Daubendiek left for Remsen, Iowa, Thursday where he will be employed by the telephone com pany. He has been working on hi grandfather's farm, W. H Dauben diek, where they are building a barn Rev. Bernard Montag of Tern pleton, Iowa, came Sunday to visi his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henr. Montag. Tuesday, he left for Arte sian, S. D., accompanied by hi parents for a visit with his aunt Mrs. Clarence Barber. His mothe and Mrs. Barber are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sloan and daughter, Eulah, returned to theii home at Cedar Falls, after spend ing their vacation here with hi; mother, Mrs. H. A. Sloan and othei relatives. Roger Wooley, who hai been at the Sloan home for six weeks, went home with them for n visit before going to his home a Nevada, Iowa. Whittemore Man's Brother Dead at Pontiac, Michigai Whittemore: Joe Eisele receive* word last week Tuesday morning that his brother, Ambrose, died al his home at Pontiac, 111., that morn ing. Funeral services were hel< there, Thursday. He was S3 years old and had lived nt Pontiac for over 50 years. Mr. Eisele and his daughter. Alice of here and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bode of Wesley nt- tcnded the funeral. SiirprlM- for Mrs. Hurtlrtt R. A. Bartlctt surprised his wif< Wednesday evening at their hom< by having 18 guests in for bridge. Mr. and Mrs. Bartlctt filled in and Bridge was played at live tables. High prizes went to Mrs. P. C. .'romer of Emmetsburg and Walton Falb of here. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. P. C. romer of Emmetsburg. Irma Dav- Hon of Dayton. Ava Simpson. Mr. ind Mrs. Walton Falb, Mr. and Mrs. Valter Campney. Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Swanson, Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Jenscooter. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph leimers, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seeley and Mr. and Mrs. Karl Anderson. Mrs. George Yager of Sarasota, Horida, visited with old friends here •Yiday. Mrs. Lloyd Walker of Algona pent the week end at the Art Heidenwith home here. Mrs. R. A. Bartlett and Bud, an Mrs. Karl Anderson and Carl Jean visited with relatives of Mrs Anderson at Humboldt Friday. Miss Irma Daviaon of Dayton went to Algona Wednesday evenini to visit with friends. She had spen the past week at the R. A. Bartlet home. Miss Rosella Voigt, who is em ployed in the court house at Algona is spending a week's vacation witi her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt, here. Mrs. William Kehoe returned to Minneapolis the middle of the weel after having spent a few days with old fr;ends here. She was former ly Mrs. Grace Gebhardt. The Jerry Heetlands spent July 'ourth with the Rev. and Mrs. O. H. Frerking at the Frerking cot- age at Twin Lakes. The William Beachs of Plalnfield pent last week Sunday with the Henry Mitchells. Mrs. Beach is a ister of Mr. Mitchell. Relatives here received word of he birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. :harles Lewis, Jr. This is their irst child and has been named tobert Elwood. Twenty members of the Commercial club enjoyed their monthly dinner and business meeting at the Methodist church dining room on Thursday evning. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Buckets returned last week Tuesday ftom several days' visit with Mrs. Buckels' brother and family, the Ben Allts, at Wagner, S. D. Mrs. Elizabeth Anderson and her brother, B. L. Linemann received word recently of the death of their brother in Oklahoma, who was killed in an auto accident. The Rev. Boese of the Lutheran church baptized the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klocke at the church last week Sunday morning and the name given him was Arnold Walter. Mrs. J. H. Warburton entertained the Methodist Aid at the monthly business meeting last week Wednesday afternoon. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. George Winter, August 3rd. Mrs. Albert Ellman, Milwaukee. Wis., is spending a few weeks visiting relatives here and at other points nearby. Mr. Ellman is expected for a visit and she will return home with him. Beverly Tamen, who has been assistant in the dental office of Dr. H. H. Murray for more than a year, left recently for Des Moines where she will take a business course. Arlene Heetland has taken her place in the office. Mrs. Ralph Farr and children of Spencer spent last week visiting her sister, Mrs. Earl Grabau. Marion Hegland, Bonair, Iowa, spent the preceding week visiting he friend, Peggy Grabau, returnin home last week Sunday. The Lyle Eldridges moved to Buf falo Center early last week. Mr Eldrldge Is in the employ of th Interstate Power Company and ha: been in Lnkota about two years The Marvin Baunis moved into th house vacated by the Eldridges. Ledyard Ladies' Aid Meets at Parsonage Ledyard: On Thursday aftcrnoi Rev and Mrs. Carl Hammer i-n- ertaini'd the Ledyard Ladies' Aid md friends at a tea at their honn .1 Lakota. Those who attended vcre Mesdames Joe Mayne. Al Zielke. Glenn Behse. Harriet Matzener. 'Edward Halverson. D. A. '.inlc, H. Gray. A. Kallcstad, N. A. Ledyard News Lorpnz JVitz went to Iowa Falls, Saturday, to visit Paul Neibauer. Mrs. Ida Redinger, Des Moines, spent the Fourth at her sister Mrs. Harriett Matzener's. The Max Nltz family went to Radcllff for the week-end at Mrs. Nitz's sister Mrs. Ira Nelbauer's. Evelyn Mayne. attending business college at Mason City, come home Friday for a several days visit. The Asa Warners left Saturday for Wisconsin to visit at Mr. Warner's brother Henry's over the Fourth. Harlon Thompson took Pally Mntzner to Eagle Grove Saturday visit her grandmother, Mrs. Blanche Jinks. The William Garrya and the Thomas Walsh family drove to Rochester Sunday for the weekend with relatives. W. A. Jennings, Chicago, visit- id Saturday afternoon at the L. A. N'ltz home, on his way to Liver- nore to visit a brother. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ploeger went o Rochester Sunday to visit Mrs. Ploeger's mother, at a hospital here, following a gallstones operation. Mr. and Mrs. Lou N'itz have taken Helen Hendrlckson to her home at Swea City after a week here. Her mother has been sick with gallstones. Mr. and Mrs. D. 0. Frlets are parents of a son, born Saturday, June 25, at a Buffalo Center hospital. The Friets now have two girls and two boys. Mrs. George Anderson, and two daughters, and Mr. and Mrs. Anton Anderson, oil of Chicago, arrived Sunday to visit Mrs. Gus Anderson over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pryor, Nevada, la., came Sunday to spend the Fourth with their niece, Mrs. William Poppe, and all went to Spirit Lake Monday for a picnic. to Jfontioello and Amber last week Wednesday to attend the funeral of an uncle. They returned Thursday. The Fred Baumans. with Mrs. Harlon Pirsii; nnd a Mrs. Anderson, both of nine Earth, attended the funeral of Mr. Bnuman's uncle. George Ratiinan, at Lakota, Monday. Mrs. Martha Gable nnd Jenn nc- companied the Paul Oldcnburgs. I Elmore. to Eldoni Saturday, and [ Mrs. Gable visited her mother, sister, and a brother there. All returned Monday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Kloche had their baby baptized Sunday at tin Lutheran church, Lakota. by the Rev. A. Boese, Mrs. John Wibber nnd Glen Klocke were sponsors. The names are Arnold Walter. Mr. and Mrs. Doughlas McKenzie. Toronto. Canada, with three children, arrived Friday to visit relatives here and at Swea City. Mrs. McKenzie is the former Irene Looft, and Mr. McKenzie is n teacher. Mrs. Henry Gray, Rake. Dorothy, and Iluddy went to Rochester Saturday to visit relatives over the Fourth. Cleo Gahle. Muriel Reecn. and William Stubbe drove to Des Moines and Baxter to visit relatives over Sunday and the Fourth. Friends here received word Sat- urtiay of tlie denth of Mrs. T. J. Parrish at her home at Fairmont. She had been sick a long time and was for a while at a Winnebago hospital, later nt the Minneapolis university hospital. The Parrish- es lived here many years ago. Mr. nnd Mrs. N. A. Pingle, Mrs. Albert West, Mrs. Gladys Lacks, Mrs. Alfred Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Plngle, Willis Pingle, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Busch went to Fort Dodge Sunday to attend the funeral of Ralph Pingle, son of N. A. Pingle's brother Herman. The death was due to diabetes, and it followed n long illness. The fun- Mrs. Ella Gelhaus, Mrs. Henry I eral was held at the Prest.vterhi Blome. ,\nd \\illlam Poppe went I church. E. L. Dickmeyer Buys a Combine Portland: E. L. Dickmeyer purchased a combine recently. Neighbors are anxious to see the machine in operation and no doubt will be urging Mr. Dickmeyer to hasten with his own grain and help the fellows doing things by the old method. Presbyterians Hold Picnic at LuVerne LuVerne: The anual picnic of the Presbyterian Sunday School held Thursday. Plans had been made to have it at the Renwick park but these were changed when it rained hard Wednesday night More than sixty were present. The usual good dinner and a program of sports were enjoyed and the cooler weather made it a very pleasant day. The young people of the church an- lounce plans to sponsor a morning service Sunday morning, July 17, to .vhich all friends of the church are nvitcd. No services but Sunday School, Christian Endeavor and Missionary society have been held since April 1. Mrs. Jake Telcamp Entertains Society Lakota: Mrs. Jake Telcamp and daughter, Mrs. Alvin Rippentrop entertained the Presbyterian MU:;ion- ary society at the Telcamps Thursday afternoon. Mrs. R. L. William.i had charge of devotions. Darlene Geerdcs sang a solo, Betty Edwards played a piano solo and Mrs. J. » Burger reviewed several chapters of the study book, "Rebuilding Rural America." A good crowd attended. ingle, H. D. Mayne. H. Frey, Tice irnclf, M. Nitz, Geo. Thompson, 5. Seifert, P. Jorgenson, D. B. Mayr, and Maxine Behse and Beatrice Seifert. Mrs. J. H. Warburton as- isted Mrs. Hammer. Mrs. Frank Kelly and Deloris of erled spent Thursday at the L. D. fayne home Mrs. Aeilt Troff, Marjorie Barnes nd Mrs. Ernest Jorgenson were in ilgona Tuesday for medical treatment. The Alfred Schadendorf family visited at the parental Junkemeier home in Rembrandt over the Fourth of Juiy. Mr. and Mrs. John Frandle and Insurance Department of Icwn Den Moines ANNUAL CERTIFICATE FOR PUBLICATION of Lansing B. Warner, Inc., attorney for subscribers under name or designation oi Canners Exchange subscribers with principal office at Chicago, Illinois. Whereas, there ha* been filed In the Insurance Department of Iowa, a statement under oath by Lnnsf:ig B. Warner, Inc., attorney for cub- scribers, under name or designation of Canners Exchange Subsi-ril,"r.s. with principal office at Chicago, Illinois, where such .subscribers propose to exchange COM rafts of indemnity uniting themselves, as permitted hy the provisions of Chapter 408 of the Code of Iowa. 1!»31, showing condition on the thirty-first day of December. 1<»37. and whereas said Lansing B. Warner. Inc., attonu-y in fact, has fully complied with the provisions of said act; Therefore, in pursuance of law, I. Maurice V. Pew, Commissioner of son and Henry Frandle visited Mr. Frandle's mother at Blue Earth on Monday. Phyllis Togerson returned last Tuesday evening after a weeks' vacation to resume her duties in the State Bank. Miss Alma Verio the sixth grade teacher here, who is working in Clear Lake ihts summer. spent Thursday with Doris Welfare. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Barger of Lakota visted last Tuesday evening at the home of their daughter and family, the Edward Knoners. Mr. and Mrs. Asa Warner nnd family returned on Thursday night from Wisconsin where they had visited at the home of Mr. Warner's brother since Sunday. Mrs. Max Nitz, Mrs. Howard Jensen, Mrs. Paul Nitz and Mrs. Arthur Zielske attendsd the Lutheran Aid meeting at Lakota Wednesday. Mrs. Richard Zielske was one of the hostesses. Mrs. J. G. Swartzell of Oltn came Tuesday to visit at the home of :ier daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Elvin -arpefUer. On Thursday Mr. and VIrs. H. M. Coats of Omaha came o visit also at the Carpenter home. Mrs. Coats is a cousin of Mrs. Carpenter. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson and Duune and granddaughter, Jeanne, went to Arnolds Park on Wednesday where they met the Hilton Thompsons from Sioux City "or a picnic. Jeanne returned home vith her parents after a two and a half weeks' visit with her gianil- >arents. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Worden, Mrs. oe Mayne, Albert Barnes. Mr. and •Irs. George Thompson and Mr. and Urs. D. B. Mayer" went to Win- U'bago Tuesday afternoon to nt- tnd the funeral of Mrs. T. J. Parish, who died ut her home in Fair- nont on Saturday, July 2. Mr. /orden. Thompson and Mayer acted s pull bearers und Mrs. Thompson nd Mrs. Joe Muyue sang for the uneral services. Insurance, do hereby certify that -ansing B. Warner, Inc., attorney of Canners Exchange Subscribers with principal office at Chicago in the Mate of Illinois, is entitled to act ri the State of Iowa, in accordance with the laws thereof, so far an he nay be legally empowered by his etters of appointment, for the individuals, firms and corporations constituting the subscriber.-) in the exchange of reciprocal or iirter-in- iurance contracts against loss by r ire until the first day of April 939. I further certify that the statement shows— at. The aggregnte income for the year 1&37. to be $2,182,278.18 2d. Tile aggregate expenditure for the year 1937. to be 1,666.254.27 3d. The aggregate amount of the Absuto December 31, 1D37. to be 4.203.51)60!) 4th. The aggregate amount of Liabilities including the amount required to safely reinsure all outstanding risks, December 31, 1U37, to be I»Oi',.'Ji.i.'j.o3 In Testimony Whereof. I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal of office at Des Moines. tins first day of June, 1938. legally empowered by his letters of appointment, for the individuals, firms and corporations constituting the subscribers in the exchange of reciprocal or Inter-insurance- con- contracts against loss by Physicians Indemnity until the first day of April, 1939. I further certify that the statement shows— 1st. The aggregate Income for the year 1937, to be $93,769.2<t 2d. The aggregate expenditures for the year 1937, to he 74,388.11 3d. The aggregate amount of the Assets December 31, 1937, to be 217,993.11 4th. The aggregate amount of Liabilities including the amount required to safely reinsure all outstanding risks, December 31, 1937, to be 3. 1 3.393.4!> In Testimony Whereof, I nave hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal of office nt Des Moin. , this first day of June, HCJM. '•Scad MAL'RICE V. I'KW, 28 Commissioner of Iii.suriiiue. Mid-Summer Clearance SUMMER SUITS 25% OFF White Wool Gabardine Suits, formerly priced at ^17.75 $ 13.31 A Nationally advertised line of washable suits, $ 10.87 we cjuinof advertise the name, white or dark Tropical Worsted Suits, $ sintile or double breasted, formerl If »..")() AttSGACtl •PO-P, M-E-N'S WtA-P, Next Move We must keep the pot boiling. A very successful dress sale, a whirlwind clothing sale of men's suits, nnd now for a shoe sale. Today I start north to bid on a bankrupt shoe stock. If I get it we will put shoes on your feet and joy in your heart. It is a high grade shoe store that carried nothing but the best makes. Those high grade advertised $5.00 nnd $6.00 shoes look to me like $2.98 nnd the $4.00 ones I figure ar; worth about $1.98. We sell them for what they are really worth. I pay no attention to what they are marked or what some factory tells me to sell them for. Right now we arc selling ladies' slippers for fi»c that were supposed to sell at $1.25 up to $2.00 a pair. It is not what you want in this old world, it is what you get, "What people arc willing to pay" that makes quick selling and satisfied customers. Another shipment of men's grey oxford.i coming. They are beautiful shoes and wonderful values at S1.98. Men's socks at 5o, 7c, lOr anil liic a pair. Anklets for women, Misses and children at 80 u pair. Bargains arriving every day at Jimmie Nevill SHOE STOKE (Seal i 28 MAURICE V. PEW, Commissioner of Insurance. Insurance Deportment of lowu Den .Moines At Prices That Click with Your Pocket Book Our stojv ]j;is ;i]\\-,'iy.s Itecn ]ira<l- (jiiai'tcrs for Hinmicr furniture in .\l-uliii. \\'c luive never heell Jlllle tn make any money on this line but \v« do have a lot of i'uii putt in^ 1 a priee on il thai lirin.u's hundreds of folks to our store fii] ANNUAL CERTIFICATE FOR PL'BLIt'ATION of A. M. Manlin, attorney for subscribers, under name or designation of Casualty Indemnity Exchange. with principal office- at St. Louis, Missouri. Whereas, there has been filed in the Insurance Department of low.-i. a statement under oath by A. M. Manlein, attorney for subscriber:!. under name or designation of Casualty Indemnity Exchange, with principal office al St. Louis, Missouri, where such subscribers propose to exchange contracts of in demnity among themselves, us permitted by the provisions of Chapter 40S of the Code of Iowa. lt»3! showing condition on the thirty-first day of December, 1937. and whereas said A. M. Manlin. attorney in fact, has fully complied with the provisions of said act; Therefore, in pursuance of law, I Maurice V. Pew, Commissioner of Insurance, do hereby certify that A. M. Manlin, attorney of Casualty Indemnity Exchange, with principal office at St. Louis in the state of Missouri, is entitled to act in the State of Iowa, in accordance with the laws thereof, so far as he may be See Our Window Full of Outdoor Furniture Exclusively A do/en tlie lawn >itf rialirellas for $ "inji- at 3.98 Lawn Tahles of .steel made to hold uinlirella, special _" Heavy striped canvas folding chairs for the porch and lawn. Kasv to carry to a restful shady .spot. The ureat- cst har^ain we have ever offered. Only 98c A\V carry a complete that porch cool, and an estimate. >f Aerolux l*oivh Shades in Stock. Keeps o closes for sleeping purposes. ('all us for Richardson's I Furniture Company | WEST OP COURT HOUSE \ ^^

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