The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 20, 1938 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 20, 1938
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CFTS NEW LOCATION The Algon* Upper Pea Moint J£? ye , r(l Sefvlce company located at which « es end of State street, has moved up town and is now located In the new brick garage also housing the Birum-Olson Buick company. In making the change the Meyers company has dropped Its service sta. tion and in Its new location will concentrate on the sale of U s products in addition to its automo- Jim Reed, formerly connected with another Algona garage, will have charge of the repair shop. Complete equipment will be in tailed for car washing, greasing and repair work as well as battery service. Also a special wheel balancing machine will be installed. Mey- «f* Service Is the Kossuth county distributor for U. a products, including tires, batteries and accessories. Portland: Mr. and Mrs. Cliffor.J Rinsgdorf spent Tuesday at the Spencer Fair. The children stayed - with maternal It's the fit of tailored clothe? that makes them feel so pood. You are always well dressed— and confident of your appearance. Fall samples a IT unusually beautiful this year, and oome in a number of price ranges. (.'••me in and see them. '7 w. F. M. a— An installation of the new officers of the Woman's Foreign Missionary society of the Methodist church was held Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Walter Klamp. Dr. F. Earl Burgess was the Installing officer. Officers Installed were Mrs. W. G. McCulough. president: Mrs. E. A. Genrich, first vice president: Mrs. F. *. Green, second vice president: Mrs. Walter Klamp. recording secretary: Mrs. H. M. Olson, corresponding secretary: Mrs. W H Hockey, treasurer: Mrs. Burdette Agard. Light Bearer secretary; Mr.* F. E. Sawyer. Standard Bearer «ec retary; Mrs. A. H. Cruikshank. mil box secretary: Mrs. \V. A. Foste membership secretary, and Mrs. A A. Bishop, stewardship secretar> Mrs. F. Earl Burgess pave the les son. The hostess, assisted by Mr* Harley Troulman. Mrs. Homer And erson. and Mrs. W. F. Windell serv pd a late afternoon luncheon to the 4(i members in attendance. Ontnmry das*— A 6:30 dinner will be served this evening (Tuesday) in the church dining room to the members of the Centenary class of the Methodist church. Mr. and Mr?. C. L. Ingersoll. head of the sen-ing commit- i» e ' ^T"" be ass "sted by Mr. and Mrs Charles Klamp. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Griffith. Mr. and Mrs W A. Vigars. Dr. and Mrs W. G. Muhleman. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Will. Mr and Mrs. F. L. Tribon. Mr. and Mrs EImer_Hartfhorn. Mrs. O S Lind- HI-Lo Oak- Mrs. H. C. Hargreavw, tftn. w P. nmphlll.MH.-o. R. Cook, Mrs Joe Harlg. Mrs, A. J. Schnepf, Mrs Fred Bartholomew and Mrs Mftnr- ic« Bartholomew drove to Emmetsburg Tuesday evening of last w*eh, to attend a seven o'clock dinner and bridge party as guests of Mrs. W. D. Howie. The group were the Hl- Lo members. Mrs. Maurice Bartholomew and Mrs. Joe Harlg tied for ligh score, and other prizes went .o Mrs. A. J. Schnepf and Mrs. Fred Bartholomew. Auxiliary Luncheon— •'"•'.. The American Legion Auxiliary "•ill meet. Friday. October 7. at their dues paying meeting at the Legion Hall at eight o'clock. Mrs. Anton Didriksen's group will be in charge nf * I* _ * - <••» " the meeting. There will be a draw-in? for free dues, and members whose dues are paid will be eligible for the drawing. A door prize will be given. A very special pro- eram hns been planned, which will be followed by bridge. Mrs. James Neville. Mrs P V Janse. and Mrs, W. F. Walker were co-hostesses at a one o'clock luncheon and bridge party at the home of Mrs. W. K. Ferguson. Thursda'- fternoon. Bridge was played a't ine tables. Mrs. Geo. Free won the rst prize. Mrs. W. E. Hawcott the econd prize, and other prizes went o Mrs. M. P. Weaver, and Mrs. W K. Ferguson. Electrical HOT STUFF Raises Ruckus It might have been an the flery war speeches which have emanated from Europe lately. Slim Stolten berg turned on his radio the other day and the radio promptly weni whoosh, then let forth clouds 01 smoke. Alarmed Slim turned on the light o see what was the trouble. The Ight flared like a photo-flash bulb and went out turning much the same white color as the photoghapher's burnt out speed flash bulb. Then Stoltenberg. who Is of a mechanical turn of mind rather than excitable, turned off everything in the room. Investigation showed that during some rewiring work done that day. n 220 volt line had been connected to the normal 110 volt circuit. and Mrs Claude Dearrhs Mrs Min-' Bovd Granzow entertained the nie Lone and Mrs. Rose Loper. 4 ' ™ e ™ be ™ of his Sunday School class oo cass of the Congregational church at p.n evening party at his home. Friday night There were nine members and the teacher. Mrs. Bert Deal present. Bingo was played and Boyd entertained the group with his motion picture camera. Mrs. Albert Granzow served a late luncheon MADSON & HANSON 1 lie Home of Better Clothes The Algona Auction Co. We are here to serve both the seHer and buyer at our pavilion in Algona every Saturday. Saturday. Sept. 24 . . short musical program wi!! be fol- II lowed by an election of officers. { Woman"* Club— ; Ninety members of the Algona j VS Oman's club attended a one o'clock luncheon served at the Hotel Algon-i ; dining room. Friday afternoon, -u ! trie first meeting of the vear Gert- r- ., „. Zander sang a vocal soio nnj I ^l?""" Dinner Mrs. H. L. Gilmore. chairman of the! Mnrcaret Egesdahl. Margar-'t ' ' Beardsley. Eugenia Little. Betty Sanc.'an. Dorothea Bjustrom and Catherine Stewart attended a six o clock dinner served at Cook'i Tavern. Thursday evening, honoring Catherine Schohy who will leave program, introdurcd the I 'renker. MY?. Max Meyer of D.' S i -Moines. who talked on the sub'-t | "A Century of Progress." The pro- I gram was closed by piano sele I .ions played by Jane Crctzmeyer The Woman's club is sponscirin _ — — >. ,..,i,,j ,,-, .^ I'uii ."«ui ir the movie "Penrod and His Twi Brother." to be shown at the Ca Theatre. Thursday of this week. Missionary Meeting— for ft " trade *** our "^ and MACHINEBV special price on a New SHw^y-IIarrls Corn Binder T.u Lutheran church met Thurs day afternoon at the church par lors. Hostesses were Mrs. G D Brundage, Mrs. George Spongberg and Mrs. Willis Bilsborough Two group songs were sung, followed by readings by Mrs. Marie Rosewall Mrs. Ross Calhoun. Mm. Victor Johnson and Rev. M. A. Sjostrand Mrs. Alma Nelson told a story called Mwani", and "Questions" read by Mrs. G. D. Brundage The program was on the subject of Africa and was in charge of Mrs. M. A. Sjostrand Wedding *t Lies- - --" DIIU l^ueua JLileS- ener both of Austin. Minn., were married at the Trinity Lutheran parsonage Saturday forenoon with th £'Ji Braner officiating. Arthur Dahlback and Lorena Llesen- er of Austin were in attendance. Sunday to work in a Des Moines ••• -- ••• (i i.'ta .i'iuinei tea room. The honoree was presented with a gift. E. T. W. ClublT ~ A one o'clock luncheon was served at the Cook Tavern, Wednesday afternoon, with the lows of the T. W - br 'dge club entertaining the highs. Bridge was played at the home of Mrs. Fred Powell Bert Cronan won the high Mrj. priz?. Barn F». Start C. O. RIDDLE & SOX Operator and Auctioneer The New Angle in Millinery Tue*.-We4, Sept SO-Z1 Continuous from 1 o'clock PrL-Sat, Sept 2S-2t Extra Special OF nn ACTRESS Adventure* . lhAY I'tt \ \f IS "Zero Girl- l \«. 1.11II (,K UIU.M' Musical i' N MI> '" r»-. Sept 22 Mat 2 p. m., School mat. 4 p. m. GoU SuiL-Mon., Sejit 2,3-26 Extended run at Iowa Tues.-\Ved., Sept. 27-28 AND'THE HEART k OF THE WOBLOi -- •- "•• «••*». iiif^ii priz* Mrs. Elliott Skilling the travel prize and Mrs. Henry Bruns the low prize. H. H. M. a— ~ : ~ The Womans Home Missionary so ciety of the Methodist church will hold its dues paying luncheon at :15 o clock on Thursday at the church. The program will con- ist of a one act play entitled "On Their Doorstep", and musical num ben by Mrs. Casey Loss. Mrs. Wai er Roberts and Byron Arnold. P. E. (X— ~ ~ ' Members of the P. E. O. will meet or their opening fall meeting at Irs. W. K. Fergusons at a one clock luncheon, Wednesday afternoon. Roll call will be answered by 'Vacation Notes" and travel• pgues given. Mrs. Mae Harrington is chairman of the serving committee. Conference Dinner— A 6:30 dinner will be served !n the Methodist church dining room Friday evening, honoring Dr." and Mrs. W. G. Muhleman. All members of the Methodist board and their wives will be present. The dinner will be followed by the quarterly conference. Congregational Circle— The September circle of the Woman's association of the Congregational church met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Gene Neville. Mrs H. D. Hulchins is chairman of the rroup. A business meeting was fol- owed by a reading by Mrs. Laura Calmer. "onimitte* Meeting— Mrs. L. W. Fox entertained the chairman of the local unit of the American Legion Auxiliary at her home, Friday afternoon. Plans for the corning year were made A ben ' ••lit bridge was planned for the near future. Mrs. Carnahan Funeral Held Here Saturday Funeral services were conductei Saturday afternoon at 2:30 at th Methodist church for Mrs. A. D. Car lahan. 64, who died Thursday at he home following an illness of two am a half years. Dr. F. Earl Burgess pastor of the Methodist church con ducted the services at the Em metsburg Methodist church. Mrs Carnahan was buried beside her hus band in the Emmetsburg cemetery Mr. Carnahan preceded her in deatl 13 years ago. Flora MacKenzie was born January 16. 1864. at Adair. Iowa. Sh-> lived there until her marriage January 9. 1892 to A. D. Carnnhan. They moved to a farm near Emmetsburg and lived there until Mr. Carnahnn'3 rteafn. For the past seven years she has kept house here for Fred Anderson. Mrs. Carnahnn is survived by five rhifciren. William Carnnhnn of DP* Moines. Mrs. Mary Webster of A!- gorm. Mrs. John Peterson of Em- motshtirg. Mrs EnrI Dwver of Lau-- rns nnd Mrs. William Hutchison of Farber. Mo.: 13 grandchildren ami one great grandchild: two sister* Mr*. Charles Roll of Lpnln S r> nml Mrs. E. A. Jones of Went on I; a R. D.. and two brothers. John Mac- Kcnzir of DCS Moines nml Frank MacKenzie of Los Angeles. Calif. Carroll Nurse Spends Vacation in Portland Portland: Miss Maxine Wolf R N.. Carroll, is spending her vacation with her parents, the Ed Wolfs Another daughter. Miss Shirley Wolf underwent a tonsillectomy at Burt Thursday and has the care of the sister nurse. Wet Weather Doe* Things at Titonka Tltonka: The wet weather the past week has been responsible for various kinds of emergency work. Numerous housewives have taken the motors from washing machines, submerged in basements and have dried them out. Others have been washing paint and kerosene from flooded floors and walls. Lloyd Bartlett was busy Thurs- I day with hip boots, digging potatoes. His day's work totaled 111 bushels. He estimates a toss of 400 bushels by rotting. Watermelons and muskmelons have been picked from fields standing knee deep in water and in places It has been impossible to get into gardens at all without miring down. Mr. and Mrs. George Hackman went to Grand Junction, Iowa, last Sunday, where they spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. James Jewett, McGuire Get* • Gracing Confraut McGuir* Bros, of Algbrii were aw. arded the contract fdt reconstruction work on the Humnoldt-Rossuth county line road In the letting last week. Work la to stok October i, and to be completed by Nov. 1. There will be four miles of work and the road will be brought up £ the standard 24 foot grade. Now is the Time For the New Things in Your Home 7 Piece Kroehler Living Room Suites '59.50UP 4 Piece Bedroom Suites $ 49.50 New Land-0-Nod Studio Couches See them in our store windows. Wesley Bonds on Sale Wesley: The date of the sale the J12.700 school bonds has bee set for September 16, the same dat on which bids for construction o the gymnasium are to be opened. Wesley Flier Wins Race Wesley: More than 10,000 witness ed an event Sunday In which John Hauptman won the nine mile open !2 C .1 fo r rair P Ian " at the dedication of the New Mason City Airport. RAGE '•i* j "Ella Nora" IliWe (\MH— " I! The liiMe rla.w r,f the f.V,n?reir.-j- j | fhurfli will rr.eet with Mrs i •J«>.»ie I>nlzi,.|. \V,.,lries,l :ty after-I >-.'><:ti. Mri. C. C. \Vri K ht. Mrs. Ja, I':it!er.,on. and Mrs. .Vannie Set-•• •hell v.-,|| be ^ 3 i,,ant ho.ste*,e s , Di-hMTt Club— i Mis. W. A. ViKar, cmertaint-.-J' her eight Ue asfcr t dun members „„ J-ri.lay afternoon. A dessert w;i, »«;rved. and bridge played durir,,'i the afternoon. j If<-ii Hussii-s— The Hen Hus.sies met for their regular .session of bridge with Albert Granzow at hi.< home. Monday evening. ' i • «""(..; F«TOII • Ht/NOLDS jl Alio Wait Disney *'irj,t Show at 12 Noon Cuuie Early •Shown here are but thru,; of tne hui.dndi of n«.vv Fall Hau already ac the Kiite We've J,l (.•;,!.-,.! ;i;1 |j.-lU.-.Lial selection ali usually as smart and nc-w in Black, HrowiiH, Navy, Wine, Laurel Oretn, Spite Ruit, Tt-aJ Blue. $1QC I.^JUP nt ELITE Titonka Ladies At Algona Luncheon , Titonha: Members a/id others „, terc-sttrj m Woman'.i club work were ii.viled to a one o'rlo< k luncheon at tin- AlBO.ia hotel Friday for the „,,M""" xfKO " ion " f lh *t flub vvifh M,:,. Max Mayer of Ue.s Moines «iv niK a talk on "A Century of p r o- Kreis" for women. attending from here included: Mtsda mt . s Jay HudlonK. Homer Downs H I Torgeraen. George Bonacktr'n A French. Pierre Sartor. Mary Oes ti-rreir.-ht-r. M. 1,. Peterson J F Ki.htr Carl F. Callies, R. L. krantz' r" ( '/,' artner ' W ' r - Patterson. I. te O. Wolfe- and Mrs. K. S. Waplt* of Jefferson. Iowa. Sketched from Stock AAA to B Every Glorious New STYLE Pumps, Ties, Straps Visit at Pannkuks Titonka: Mr. and Mrg. Halei^l, I'anukuk and baby of Bricolyn Minnesota, visited hi., parents, the Sevt • Fannkuk., Thursday and then went to Duncombe to visit hU brother ver Jr. and wife. POHTO PLUM' BLACK BHCWM WWE All featured he«l heighU BEAUTIFUL Kitchen and Dinette FURNITURE Cabinets and Dish Closets to match. After seeing UK- pi.-tuivs at the Cooking School, see the real cabinets in our window. NEW DINETTE SETS 5 matched pieces $9.75 to $37.50 Foster Furniture Co. _ "*^™"^""™*rr*'""^™™*"™'"™** ••^••••^^^^^^^^^^^ i^_^_ ^^_ _ ^__^_. ^^==^^=^=5=; ^^^^^^^^^^^"^^^BHHIHIIII^HII^HHHHmmHBi Fall Clearance S TRUCKS TRACTORS FARM MACHINERY 1933 Port V-8, li/ 2 ton, LWB Dual tires. A good truck at a bargain price 1935 Chevrolet, Vfa ton, LWB Dual tires. This trucK is („ flrat clasa shape TRUCKS P-20 Farmall, used three seasons alf Ground. K ™"* M CO " ditio " 15-30 Reconditioned TRACTORS 1933 Ford V-8, \y z ton, LWB Dual tires. Rebuilt motor. At « bargain. 1930 International, iy a ton, LWB Dual tires. A good old heavy '- **" and repainted. A bargain 15 F-20 Parmalh All steel wheels Repainted, and in first class condition 10-20 McCormick-Deeruur A cheap tractor to replace that extra team. Regular Farmall Hubber front and steel rear. Repainted Good mechanical condition. tte l ><unt «<«F 12 Farmall, All Steel "n"alar^r°/ d - » NeWTC ° ndition Tahe " '•> on a larger tractor. Juat the tractor for the P-12 Farmall 3orn Picker regular F ., , b . No. 20, two roiv mo Corn Picker in 102, Letz money. —John .->. viioi cAua team. A good buv MACHINERY .u type for F-20 Pannnll, excellent -John Dee,,, two bottom 14 ineh che-n w inf<J ^ OOfl «l»ape. Plow McComrick-DeerinffStorc Phone 52 East State Street

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