The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 16, 1938 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 16, 1938
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 16,1938 WHITTEMORETO HOLD CREAMERY, ELEVATOR PICNIC -Whlttemore: The annual Farmers Creamery and Elevator picnic Is again to be held at the Academy Park, Thursday, August 18th. The program Is as follows: 10:00 a. m.—Klttenball game, patrons west of Highway No. 44 vs. patrons east of highway 44. Captains—east side, Leonard Baas; west side, Vincent Salz. 11 :flO a. m.—Cream scoring- Prizes to three high individuals. Open to all patrons and members of patrons' families. Five high Individuals will be the team to represent the creamery at the annual meeting of Iowa State Brand Creameries, Inc. 12:00—Picnic lunch, Ice cream milk and coffee will be furnished Ice cream will be served from 12 to 1 only. The Whlttemore band will play during the noon hour. 1:00 p. m.—Songs by Earl Dean Mason City. 1:30 p. m.—Address by Prof. A W. Rudnlck, In charge of the dairy industry extension department, of Iowa State College, "A Comparison of Agricultural Conditions in Germany and Iowa." 2:00 p. m.—Songs by Earl Dean. 2:18 p. m.—Presentation of cream scoring prizes by Prof. A. W. Rudnick 2:30 p. m.—Shetland pony race, open to Shetland ponies only. Riders are not to be over 15 years old. 2:45 p. m.—Foot races. Three prizes for. each evenly 50 yd. dash, boys'ten years and under; 50 j yard dash, grlls ten years and under; 60 yard dash, boys 11 to 15 years inclusive; 50 yard dash, girls 11 to 15 years inclusive; pillow fight| for boys; novelty race for ladies; umbrella race for ladies. 3315 p. m.—Tug of war, east vs. west, captains—east, George Gengler, west Charles Salz. 3:30 p. m.—Klttenbalh game, winners of morning game vs. a team from town of Whittemore. 8:30 p. m.—Dance, Higgins'hall. old and new time music. Admission to dance by ticket only. Tickets may be secured from the creamery, or elevator or from your cream hauler. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Redin? and Mary Jane were Algona visitors, Saturday. Norman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo Schult*, spent last week at the Pete Christensen home at LuVerne. Wednesday-Thursday Only One Philco Used Radio with piirchase of batteries Albert G. Meyer, Harold, and Melvln Heinrlch spent last week Sunday with relatives In and around Fairmont. Mrs. Henry Kuecker is up and around again after being laid up for most of last week with rheumatism. Mr. and Mrs. Will Kuecker and Mrs. Schneider of West Bend visited at the Henry Kuecker and Mrs. Charles Bell homes, Friday afternoon. • , Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thiemann and Alice Helnrich of Fairmont, Mrs. Erwin Seeck and son, Jimmie and Miss Elsie Kugelberg of Forest Park, 111., visited at the Fred Hein- rlch home, Wednesday. Mrs. Ray W. Oliver accompanied by Mrs. John S. Cullen drove to Mason City Wednesday to spend a few days at the Maurice K. Cullen and Harry Gmelin homes. Mr. and Mrs. Max Pottsack of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, spent last week at the Gerhart Wehr pann home here. Mr. Pottsack is a brother of Mrs. Wehrspann. Mr .and Mrs. P. L. Jessen and son, Ralph, left Thrusday for Elm hurst, 111., where they will visit with relatives for about ten day?. They also plan to visit relatives in Chicago before returning home. The Lutheran Ladies Aid will hold Its monthly social In the school hall here, Wednesday. Those on tho sen'ing committee are Mesdames Chris Meyer, August Mielke, Lawrence Pertl and Charles Ostwald. Sunday dinner guests at the Tony Schmitt home were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kollach and family of Bancroft and Mary Jane Reding. Mary Corrine Schmitt returned to Whittemore with the Kollasch family after having spent the past two weeks at Bancroft. SUSIE—by Edith Exclusively each week In The Algona Upper DCS Moines SAYS routeE COWARO-HE SAY5 HE NEVER SAW SUCH A D/He SAYS jrou'iae AFRAID OF CATS WHEN YOU SEC A CAT, WHY OONT YOU RUN A VT INSTEAD BB\N» StARED \ -WEI.I. SOMETHING HAS TO Bt PONE ABOUT IT. RNP I GOf AM IDEA / SOMCTIMC-S I OOUT KNOW WHAT YOU'O DO I . - THEWE NOW. , AT ucASr. rtooyf GOT, v^ till TO P»Tt TOO ! ",^ OF Y^ caitl ITITST -«»SOI. 380 co-or>e««Ti»t 'WTmots.iNc CMICACO.ILL. North East Kossuth News One Coronado Radio with purchase of batteries FREE One car Radio, new, five tube • $ 15.00 One Radio, table model, FREE with purchase of batteries * «*•*• THE ABOVE ADVERTISED RADIOS ARE GUARANTEED One good 3-burner Oil Stove $3.50 One good used Electric Washer __$5.00 Five good Used Bicycles $5.00 and up One Electric Radio, table model $5.00 50 good Used Tires, all sizes each 50c Joe Bloom Coast-to-Coast Store Watermelon Day The poet sang of the Melon Colic days, the saddest of the year, but Thursday, August 18th will be the Melon Jolly day, the gayest of the year. Como to Algona for a good time. Cut loose from cnre and perplexities of the present. Enjoy yourself for you will be a long time dead. When you have seen all the attractions, listened to the many bands and filled up on watermelon, then come over to Jimmle's store. You will nnd a carnival of bargains. $4,000.00 worth of close-outs from the Northern Jobbing Co., dumped on top of our already big stock, will make very pleasant buying for you. I am away past seventy, but I am going to be a young fellow Melon Day. In fact I have a dozen dances booked all ready. The old town will be a blaze of glory. Stands and concessions of all kinds. Plenty to eat and plenty to see. Beautiful girls to dance with. Long dresses, short dresses or slacks. Have all the fun you want, but don't get ugly or cause any disgrace. Jimmie Neville MOTHERSCLUB MET WEDNESDAY Lone Rock: The Mothers' club met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Carl Rath, near Swea City and with Mrs. A. A. Krueger as assisting hostess, recently. Mrs. C. M. Gross gave a paper on "Are the Task? of children being Character Building?" Mrs. E. M. Jensen condiCted the games. Mrs. R. F. Laabs, Fenton, spent several days last week at the Walter Schmidts. The Jack Qulnns spent Wednesday evening with Mrs. Bridget Quinn at Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Blanchard returned to Waterloo Tuesday after a visit here with the J. M. Blanchards. Frank Flalg spent from Wednesday to Friday at Waterloo attending a John Deere Implement dealers' meeting. The Ladles' Mite society met on Thursday afternoon at the church parlors with Mrs. I. W. Nelson and Mrs. Wm. Knoll as joint hostesses. Mrs. Rudolph Tletz and Mrs. Earl Laurltzen spent Saturday with the Fred Haacks family. Mrs. Haacks and daughter, Lucille, spent Monday at the Art Zumachs, Letts Creek. Mri. Rudolph Haack, Burt, spent Friday afternoon at the Fred Haacks. * 30 HONOR BRIDE INHERZOGHOME Lovely Q-ifts Given to Recent Bride By Many Friends Ledyard: On last Monday evening about 30 friends gathered at the Harold Herzog home for a post nuptial shower for Mrs. Herzog. Games and opening of the many lovely gifts furnished entertainment. Lunch was served by the hostesses, Marjorle Matzener and Mary Elizabeth Miller. CHICOGOANS VISIT BANCROFT, GROTTO Bancroft: Mr. and Mrs. Jamc.s Pendergast nnd son, and Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Pendergast of Chicago visited from Monday until Saturday at the home of the former Mr. Pendergast's sister. Mrs. Bridget Qulnn. They and Mrs. Quinn and son, Charles and granddaughter, Madeline drove over to West Bend to see the grotto and they also visited at the Dan Burns home at Emmetsburg. Mrs. J. A. Devine and children and Eileen Murray are spending the week visiting relatives in Sigourney. Mrs. Adrina Devine and family of Slgourney are visiting at the home of Mrs. Devlne's mother, Mrs. John Nemmers. Mr. and Mrs. Don McCarthy are the parents of a ten pound daughter born Tuesday. They have one other child, a son. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Kohnke and son, Norman, spent the week end visiting in Minneapolis and other parts of Minnesota. The young son of Virgil Moore of Swea City suffered a bad cut in his leg Friday evening. Dr. Egan dressed the wound. Lawrence Becker and Betty Sheridan returned Wednesday from u visit at the home of Miss Sheridan'* brother, John Sheridan at McGreggor. Monica Baker assisted at tha postoffice during Mr. Becker's absence. Pitchfork in Foot Duane Thompson ran a pitchfork into his foot while helping thresh Friday at the Walter Hans home. He had to have it treated by Dr. Storey. Haa Teeth Trouble Mrs. Elmer Burrows was taken sick last week Monday. She had been to Elmore on Sunday and had a wisdom tooth pulled. On Monday morning she was taken suddenly very ill and has Been under the care of a doctor. She is some better at this writing. Parent* of Son Mr. and Mrs. Harold Darnell are the parents of a nine pound son, born last Sunday, August 7. He has been named Duane Harold. Mrs. Fred Darnell is caring for mother and child. Phyllis Hendrlckson of Blue Earth Is visiting this week at the Christ> Hendrickson home. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Flynn were business callers in Algona last week Tuesday. Alma Virlo visited friends here Thursday. She Is spending her summer at Clear Lake working in a resort. Dr. and Mrs. B. A. Storey are the parents of a son born Friday August 13, at the General hosplta in Algona. Mrs. A«a Warner «por.c 1-om Sit urday t» Wednesday tit the horn of her sister. Mrs. Clarnnce Ackrr son. near Burt. Supt. and Mrs. Harold Granne and son, Darrell, returned Friday They spent the summer at Hard.v and at Cedar Falls. Mrs. Chester Johnson and Mr? E. T. Hnlverson attended the Lad ies Aid meeting nt Bancroft o: Thursday afternoon. Beulah Loot't and Muiiel Recce and Kathryn Powers went to Bl'i Earth last week Monday and ire working in the canning factory. Mrs. Wm. Daj and Evelyn o. AI gonn «i>ent Frit'ay a» the Ilarr; Efh'oedcr b> i* 1 ". Darlero returned home with them to visit for a week. Arthur Zielske. who works with the Leon Worden carpenter crew, sprained his knee while at work on Thursday and has been laid up for severla days and unable to work. Mrs. Harold Hendrickson nnd ] Karen of Des Moines. Mrs. Win. LnCour and Dorothy Black of Amboy. Minn., spent Friday at the Ed Junke'meier and J. Blome homos. Mrs. Warren Lloyd, who has been staying in Iowa City the past month, to be near her son. Edward, who is in the hospital there, returned home this week. Edward will need to be there for five or six weeks longer. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pinglc were In Blue Earth going through the canning factory Thursday evening. They and Albert Looft and Roy Gordon are a few in this vicinity who raised sweet corn this year for the canning factory. Mr. and Mrs. George Worden and family of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Watts of Dows and Mr. and Mrs. Geno Worden and family of Elmore, vis- ted at the Leon Worden home last Monday evening. Harvey returned home with the Gene Wordens and isited for several days. The O. C. Sprout family who have ived in the Supt. Granner rseidence he past two months, moved Into rooms at the Jake Rink home Fri day. Mrs. Sprout and daughters mve gone to visit relatives while the rooms are being redecorated. Mr. Sprout Is salesman for Boudrye & Carpenter. GERLED M AN, 84, MAKES FURNITURE C. C. CammackConstructs Table With Inlaid Top of 1600 Pieces LAKOTANSWILL SPEND VACATION IN YELLOWSTONE Lakota: Mr. and Mrs. Heetland and daughter, Arliss, and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Lew's loft on Saturday evening for a vacation in Yellowstone Park and other points enroute and expect to be gone ten! days. Mary Elaine Smith Is st".yin^ at the Heetlands nnd carine for thr other children. Mrs. Hu^h Lewis' mother, Mrs. A. A. Sanden. of Lake Mills Is caring for the little son at the Lewis farm home during their absence. Return from Visit Fanchon and Fanstlne Heetland returned Friday from a week's visit with their grandparent, Mr. and Mrs.,'Conrad Gable at Ledyard. Sojourn at Lake Mr. and Mrs. Alton Anderson and their house guests, Mr. and Mr*. Armand Brooks of West Union, spent n few days a week ago nt Spir it Lake. Gerlcd: C. C. Cammack. at the age of 84, has just completed a new piece of furniture which he has on exhibition at the post office. It is a table with inlaid top and racks for magazines. He has also two more trays with sixteen hundred pieces In each which he made last winter. Two cousins, the little Abas girls from Buffalo Center vlsted in the Honken home this week. Jerry and Robert Bates of Des Moines spent Wednesday and Thursday at the Finn home. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Dontje of Guckeen, Minn., were visiting with Gerled relatives last Sunday. Bernard Finn, who is farming in South Dakota, where the grasshoppers took all the wheat and small grain, says he harvested the onlv field of grain, 30 acres of fine millet which the grasshoppers would not touch. He got fifty tons he estimated. Mrs. D. O. Frlets Is confined to her bed with a type of phlebitis due to an infection from her recent operation for appendicitis. The small giHs, Marjorie and Karen, will be cared for In the home of their uncle Rueben Olson, and Mrs. Agnes Olson, sister of Mrs. Frlets is car- Ing for her. Una Tonsillortoiiiy Norma Heetland is spending a few weeks visiting nt the Michael Winters in Mason City. Mrs. Winter had her tonsils removed last week and Norma is helping with the house work during her convalescence. Dr. H. H. Murrav ami family we-e Fort Dodge visitors last week on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Art Ogren and son, Earl were Des Moines visitors last week Monday. MARCH OF PROGRESS DAYS SPECIALS 8} Inch Green Salad Bowl* Ladies Panties (Rayon) ,vND FEATURED AT The HUB Clothiers Covered Casserole, 3 piece set ------------ . ------ 49c 16x30 Inch Cannon Bath Towels ---------------- 10c K HII YOU'LL FIND A FULL UNE OF NEW SUPPLIES AT HAWCOTT & OGG X! Two Lakota Ladies Celebrate Birthdays Lnkota: A party honoring the Birthdays of Mesdames W. E. Gut- <necht, Ray Hcrtzkc and George Heetland was held at the home of Mrs. Gutknecht last week Tuesday evening with 20 women present. Bridge furnished the entertainment. 1938 1MV. Century rtyte ^ ow muri.1. •' 10(l August Sale of Ranges For March of Progress Days, Aug. 17-18th, For the Rest of this Month and Modern Maid Coal Ranges all white porcelain, full These ranges never sold for less than 94.50. size. SALE PRICE 79.50 WE SALUTE Kossuth county's March of Progress parade at Algona, August I 7th-1 8th. And IP The Clothing Parrde It's The HUB Clothiers LEITHOLU—WILLIAMS—REYNOLDS Torridaire Circulating Heaters Regular 6-room size, never sold for less than $79.50—with the exclusive hot blast, down draft feature that burns the smoke. PRICE 59.50 A SMALL DEPOSIT WILL HOLD THE FOR FUTURE DELIVERY The weather \vill sunn be where you need them and we need the room. Buy Now and Save $$$$ BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE—HOME APPLIANCES Easy Terms! Easy Term* 1 . ||

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