The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 4, 1938 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 4, 1938
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The Algous O ct. 4, 1938 j, - w : % i ^ &., / •>!*r/ /] ^ fed inn BE/1UTY AMI . Thursday. psaddle, trip. i 'lie illness Harriettr i Moln ' r. Mrs. Frani home, si • «* Air-Step oid«n Havarv Calf or Blac'c '3u .Oo Step-in Pump ttn K Mr 8nd Mrs ' Earl o^na 8eS e ,£° MUth h ° Spital ' Wednesday ateri« wUh the 1° PPed f ° r a bri <* at the „ CWcaRo. She concluded f o month's visit with her parents wTtS *J f ^ W 8 P ri *» "I" •"• celebrated his 80th Wrt* ^ ""^ "*** s. and Mrs. Georgia Heleens randmother of the honore" o ° f ; ste 'L a Welis of returned t*o«* FalkenJralner of Red On visited with Algona friends, Sunday *M* and Jin danftaddle visit* Berate* Burltegam« at Lone Roc during the week end. Mr. and Mrm. Floyd Sannders at tended a Satmders family picnic din ner in Union Park, Sunday. Mm. August Meldke returned t Mollne, Sunday, after a week's vis it with her son, Ralph Meidke. Mrs, George Williams, Mrs. Edit Miner and Mrs. Mary McChesne spent Saturday in Mason City wit] friends. Donglan Fracee of Sheldon Is , new clerk at the Gamble store Hi came to take over his new dutie Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Carlson ana two children of Ogdcn were Sunda\ guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs H. D. Clapsaddle. Mr* Howard Vinson returned, on Saturday, from Hartley, where she had visited Mr. and Mrs. John Vin"on since Wednesday. Lloyd Prntt, who Is working at Hampton, spent the week end at his hom ! rhere - He is the son of Mr. md Mrs. Dennis Pratt Major L. T. Saul will address the Rotary club at Emmetsburg this noon (Tuesday) talking on the sub- ect "What Next in Europe." Bernard Yoeman has resigned rom the Gamble store at Marshall- own, and has started work as a adio salesman for MiUon Dahl ergenson. Mrs. We'lhThad „* se'e™ Mrs. Jergenson for 29 In The WEEK'S NEWS Current Events Photographed for The Algona Upper Des Moines 1 —^_—^^ kind are known to exist Knud « > " Moines from *6.00 Air-Step I Wine Suede or Black Suede Tie I Hoffedorn and friend of Sir. and Mrs. Henry Becker. Duane Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Brundage and daughter. Maxine. left Friday for an outing over the v end at Spirit Lake. Mr. and Mr*. \\. A. Dutton drove to Waterloo. Friday, to attend the cattle congress, and spent Saturday and Sunday at Toledo. Iowa, visit np Mrs. Dutton's sister. Melzar Haggard and Melzar Falk- nhamer returned Wednesday evening from the Lake of the Ozarks ttendmg a directors' meeting of he Druggists' Mutual Insurance Company. eyer, and Dr. R. M . ended a two-county meca ing at Pocahontas, Thursday " -* —«-«~-.«»«».M •»•• asm)- I fi u ?J insurance agents' conven- [ Hon^held at the Lowry Hotel in St Monday until Thursday. Mrs. Harve Worthing- 111, visited at the former's sister, Mrs. mb Humboldt and Pocahontas counties. Mrs. E. T. Worden of MarshaJl town and three - with Mr. and Mrs i ' H" Brechtbill over the w£k *«£ They spent Friday in Lu Verne with atives° UnSWirth fam " y> Wh ° ar " el «,! M f' ""I **"• Hor ««« Clapsaddle will leave Saturday for a wee£s fish? ^IV'stop ISe' .fSffi- SjA rme^They e^o* see the quintuplets, and return via Niagara Falls. la Mr i,^T d Mrs ' Q° ln cy Drummond and little boy. Christopher of Chi- moth. iSr Ught MrS - Drummond's -5 .7- Archie Hu^hlson. Saturday evening after a vis- ? 6.00 A New Shipment of TULIP BULBS We have put oat thousands of tulip bulbs and have a brand new shipment which we will give out as long aa the bulbs last Odette Style Rust Suede Gored Pump, medium heel, also in Black Suede and Wine Suede. '4.00 Many other styles and colors priced from $2.50 to (6.00 BUSTER BROWN for Tots and Teens Sport Oxfords *2.98 $ 4.00 «r J ?? e Moypottor, student at the Waldorf college in Forest City spent the week end visiting her par «r^ . "• and Mrs - Lewis V. Me Whorter. Charles Berrlnger, Jack Margaret Hullerman, and Alice Kain were among the Algonians attending the Minnesota-Nebraska football game. Ruth Payne spent the week end with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W J. Payne. Ruth is a student nurse at the St. Joseph's Mercy hospital at Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Roberts were Sunday guests at Mason City at the of Mr. Robert's brother and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Roberts of Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Lane Clapsaddle of Shabbona, 111., left Wednesday after a few days' visit with the form- —f»" CIUD inch —„ . Mrs. F. E. Sawyer a one o'clock luncheon. Covers were laid for twelve. Guests of th* club were Mrs. Albert Granzow M "-.. Jani " N f ville ««> Mrs. l! ' . and Mrs. n n , relative » In Spen- and Dows for several days. Mr Btomerson Is veterinary in a suburb of Boston, Mass. Mr,. Emmerson will be remembered aa Ruth Stokes — •««*»* *c>a .Din ey a rove Mason City, Sunday, where they enjoyed a picnic dinner with their respective daughters ~ tending a Mason City business co ege. y Dusmess col- ° f Pomeroy _ last week, Monday, from Grinnell, where they had visited for several days with their son and wife Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Miller. Mrs. H. W. Post and sons. Dick and Bob, drove to Marshalltown Friday. Bob joinej Hrnry \Votf» and the two drove to Chicago where they are studying optometry. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Potter. Mrs. Laird Baas and Mrs. E. J. Zender visited Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Campbell at Waterloo, and Mrs. Alta Stiles at Charles City, Thursday. Harold B. Qnarttm, American consul general .t St. Johns, Newfound land, and wife arrived Tuesday (to day) for a two weeks' visit with th formers parents, Mr. and Mrs W 0 Quarton. Chester. The Leonard Cruikshanks took him to the Mayo clinic „. ...^ »vfls opcrfltcd on there a few years ago. :. WalKce. Mr. and Mrs tasmiis-on accorr,vriled by Mr and Mrs. G. U. Fairbanks of R,. r i; left unday for ten c xmisiana Can! reat aui.t. Walter Fraser and Eleanor ave rented their home to 1 this week for Phoenix. Ai.* ulm where she will spend the winter. Eleanor, who conducts the "Up and Down the Street" column in the Saturday Shopper, has taken a room at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Vigars. Mr. and Mrm. A. L. White returned to their home at Detroit, Michigan, Tuesday (today) after being called here by the death of the latter's sister, Mrs. Nels Beck. The funeral was Friday. The White's were guests at the home of Mrs. W. E. Laird. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Ivers and daughter, Cherrye of Des Moines were also week end guests of Mrs. Laird. The women are sisters. -_ was a guest of her niece, Mrs Paul Bell Saturday. 'The letter's little son. Richard Charles, returned to West Bend with Mrs. Shell- hnMh household H. B. Dohson ....... id here, and moved thei goods to Des Moines th house on Worster street Ventelcher and wife, and latter's mother, Mrs. Emme -?ti were week end guests of the former's parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. B Ventelcher at Osage. The A. B Venteicher's are former Wesley residents. Children'* Shoes *2.00 $ 2.98 Brownell Shoe Co. Richardson Furniture Company West of Court House While Furniture Sells for Less QUICK RELIEF FROM STOMACH ULCERS DUE TO EXCESS ACID Free Book Tells of Marvelous Home Treatment that Must Help or it Will Cost You Nothing Over one million bin ties of the WILLAKD TliliAT.MliNT Jjavu bwn suld t or ivlirlof Stomach aud Duodeiul Ulcer* d ue to CUM Acid—Poor Dictation, Sour or Up**t Stoat HbMf— ~rwt •r.^»»«*M... •in.• wj wp»vk*M)Bi' •ch, Gattlncu, Heartburn, Slo«pl«uiuM tic., duu ta EJLCC«« Add. .^ald on ]5 day» trull A»k for "WUIard't M«M«I" «htt A. H. Borchardt Algona 40-49 Sensational Values! Tuesday- Wednesday Extended Run Clark Gable Myrna Loy in "TOO HOT TO HANDLE" 3 lc Big S Way Show Zlc Bob Stoele Wectera "*T T ED MAKEB" Second Feature Lois WiUon in "LIFE RETliBNS" and "Dick Tracj- Returns" Sunday Thru Wednesday, Oct. »-12 Never so much for your money Mickey Rooney Grand star of "Boystown" ind -Loves Finds Andy Hardy" in THE HOOSJER SCHOOL BOV Second Feature Virginia Bruce Frwocbot Tone in "BETWEEN TWO WOMEN" Re-Issue Bob MacDougall, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. MacDougall spent the week end with his grandparents Mr and Mrs. Fred Tubbesing at Mason City. They brought him home Sunday and spent the day at the MacDougall home. B. P. Benson underwent a major operation at Rochester, Minn., on Monday. He is in the Colonial hos- iptal. Mr.' Benson who was for many years the M. & St. L. station agent here is now employed in the same capacity at Albion. Walter R«-ed of North Bend, Oregon, and Dorothy Reed of Des Moines were week end guests of their sister, Mrs. Raymond Beamish. Dorothy returned to Di-s Moines and Walter remained to visit during the remainder of the week. Mrs. L. E. Hov<-y and children, Kldon. Marilyn, and Beverly Jean, will drive to Minneapolis. Thursday, to visit at the home of the former's aunt, Mrs. G. C. Voss. Mr. Hovev will join them for the week end and will attend the wedding of Milton Voss, cousin of Mrs. Hovey. Marilyn will be a flower girl. Sirs. Woodrow Johnson, Mrs. Eva PICKING STRAWBERRIES "BV THE BARREL"—North Judson. Ind.: The above photo is of Joseph Sindelar of North Judson. Indiana, who is picking strawberries "by the barrel." Mr. Sindelar drilled holes in the side of a barrel, filled it with soil, and whenever he craves a dish of berries he rolls the barrel in the shade of the old apple tree, pulls up a comfortable rocker and avoids the backbreaking work of the berry picker in the sun. R. J. Hammerstrom Buys Burt House Burt: R. J. Hammerstrom has Purchased the W. E. Stahl house Stewards' 10 * ° ccupied by tne Harold Hospital News Emmet Paet* and Lralle McEnroe are spending two weeks in Alabama on a business trip. Mrm. D. J. BUM has been seriously ill the past few days with the flu and complications. .Mr. Una Mr*. I. H Hoppe of Fort Dody.e were Sur.rtiy guests at the homo of Mr. and Mi«. Denn-s Pratt. Ca«ey LOM took Melvtn Schroeder to Anamosa, Friday, to begin a year's sentence at the reformatory. Mrs. Leo Bellock ha» gone to !<?ew Ulm, Minn., to be with her 'ather, who under went a very serous operation. .Ipinen Murtagh spent TVi-ida-- end \\ednesday <n IVs Moines. Hi~« •Uher, C. B. Murtagh. statj coinp- rixler, returned with him \Ve«-k end gutwU of Mrs, Ray Ijid- endorf were her sister, Mrs. J. R Lappin and her cousin. Mrs. Nell Byrnes and son. Floyd of Cedar Rapid David Smith, son of -in-,: accor-piPu. -j (,,„ •-'•) I'll. pro;-r.c'o- f the Ii.-itinery on :t v.v,-l:s Mrs. Nt-al -.,.;... ]>. j'> Suv.j City t Deim, Joseph Beiser and Mary Beis er went to Swea City Thursday to at. tend the funeral of Mrs. Deim's brother-inlaw. Lawrence Deim. The latter, who was 45 years of age. died at his home in Denver, and the body- was brought to his old home for burial. He is survived by his wife and three children. Mr. and .Mrs. Alfred Schcnck drove to Mankato Sunday to attend a patherinjf of the Scheiuk family. Others who attended were Alfred'., mother. Mrs. Sadie Si-henck and Maud and Mildred of Minneapolis Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Scheiuk ant family of Burt and Mr. and Mrs Horace Schenck of Crystal Lake They enjoyed a family picnic in Minneopa Park. Mr. and Mrs. D. G. f'lopton spent Sunday in Waterloo, where they were guests of Mr. and Mrs J. P O'Connor. Mrs. A. J. Schnepf accompanied them as far as Cedar Falls and spent the day with her daughter. Virginia, who is a student there. Near Garner a pheasant crashed through the windshield of their car. but without further damage except a small scratch on Mr. Ciopton's hand. . -.-, . to St. Louis and Kansas Citv. Mo and through the Ozarks. sinuliy they attended the Cub-Cardinal baseball game at St. Louis. Frank Kewley. ( ullom, III., uas a week end visitor at the home of Mr and Mrs. A. D. Lehman, at Hobarton. Mr. Kewley is a brother of Mrs. Lehman. He returned to Illinois today, taking with him his mother, Mrs. Mary Kewley. who had . ___ j . .^.TIIV.J, tltJU 11(1 been visiting at the Lehman honu- for the past few weeks. Dr. and Mr*. J. B. Winkel, Mrs. Mamie Winkel and daughter. Fran ces, William Dodds. Mr. and Mrs Frank Capesius, and Bernice Winkel attended the cattle congress ;.t Waterloo, Wednesday. They wei- joined by Mr. and Mrs. George Lacina of Iowa City, the latter hi- ing a daughter of Mrs. Mamie Win kel. -Mr. luid Mrs. H. K. Fulkfiihuiiu-r and daughter. Linda, i-aiiu- Saturday from Independence, where tlu-y spent the past few weeks. Mrs Falkenhainer and Linda will remain In Algona. Mrs. Falkenhainer ha.- reopened her apartment in the Otto Falkenhainer house on North Thor. ington. Mr. Falkenhainer will bi- located in Iowa City for a time. Wesley Study Club Meets! Wesley: Mrs. Milton Giddinys en j tertained the members of tlu- Study ' KoMtith Hospital Tuesday. September 27-Caroline Ko«enberger of CorwJth entered aj a surgical patient Wednesday. September 28—Mrs Earl Bowman of Algona gave birth to a baby boy. Wednesday, September 8-Mrs. M C. Frandsen of Algon;i entered for medical care. Wednesday. September 28—Mrs Ambrose Lichteig of Lu Verne, mod cal. Friday, September 30-Mrs Harold Anderson of Algona gave birth to a three pound 11 ounce ba'n- boy. Saturday. October 1-Natalie Mann of Burt underwent a tonsillectomy. Saturday. October 1-Thurman Moore of Titonka, medical. Sunday. October 2—Wayne Brown of Algona had his appendix removed. Sunday. October 2—Mrs. Lars Skaar, of Ledyard. baby boy. General Hospital Tuesday, September 27-Nlna Mae Wagner of Wesley, medical treatment. Wednesday. September 2S— Mrs Ervin M. Olson of Wesley gave birth -to a baby girl. Individual Styles Custom Tailored to Order - -..«.» ub >^ wi, tuc OLUU\ club Thursday afternoon. Seven members attended. Mrs. L. L Pf L f- fer gave the lesson on "Conservation" and Mrs. Vincent Daughan euve a paper on "Do Consumers Get What They Pay for in Foods 0 " COATS and SUITS Tailored to Order Perfect Fit Guaranteed N'o matter what style you want \viiat inati-riiil or trimmings yuu want or wnat color you A ant you can always get it exactly when we tailor your coats and suits to order. Come in-see our new Fall and Winter Original Styles, and exclusive all-wool patterns and no obligation. CLOPTON The Tailor 38 Over Behunen, Corwilh Resident* Leave on Long Trip; Other* Return Home Corwith-Fairview: Mr. and Russell Ripple and Mrs. Regie's and wife of Duhith. left last freshnwnts by her granddaughter, Mrs. Ernest Gugger o/ Renwick. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Leibrandt enjoyed a visit from her brother and family from west of Klmore last Tuesday. .hrv , - re hry will visit with relatives. From there they will po to Lo S Angles ™ Msit other relatives and attend th» American Legion convention Thpv to bp pose thrce or fo " r Lu Verne Tuesday Club Begins Year ,LuVerne: The Tue.<=d.iv club Jv- Ran thoir nrw rhih year' last week with Mrs. U. S. Ornn't hostess Duo t" the rniny wenthcr. thr-re was n small Bttendnnre. 11 responding to rail rail which wns on the Mihicrt Historirn! Fnrts About Iowa Th-i paper of the nflrrnoon prepared hv Mrs. Myr.i Peitzke. was rm Farfv naysinlown. rinns for the com* mp year were discussed and Mrs Grant was assisted in serving re- Council Oak Store WED. SPECIALS Tac-Cut Coffee, two .1 ]l>. onus Orange Raisin Bread, l.»af 8c Prunes, > »?.. can 8c Bean Sprouts, 7c Noodles, aid. Xo. 2 «'fin __ lOc Safety Sam Says Stay away from bicycles unless you are willing to risk your neck and theirs. Look before they jump. Are your brakes "equalized?" If your car Is pulling to left or right, brakes need adjustment. We test free. Wm. C. Dau Oarage Towing Service Repairing. Fender and Work Painting 185 S. Dodge Phone las Mixed Vegetables 1C Chin. Maid. Xo. 2 1JC Beets, Sliced. 1A No. 2U ran ___ 1U C Tuna, Superb, No. /{; ran 15c Olives, ripe, 41 jar 8c Oxydol, med. pkg. __8c Oxydol, Ig. pkg. ___20c Oxydol, giant pkg. _55c Pork Loin Roast, Ib. 16-19c Pork Chops, per Ib. 22c Ground Beef, per 11). 13c Cookies, fancy, OC 2 pounds *•*»*• Dates, bulk, 2 pounds 19c Are Your Farm Machines out in the open? ie **i arP 'i° f / 011r8e - ym to them before spring. who have sheds in which to keep , , * when not m use, find that it saves tots of tmje and money everr vear and s tJieir mnrJiinos last much longer In fact ..f tluV!. 1 1 1 "? Wl '° Jinvc Sho(ls <™*"Ii'r them one' "i tm-ir best investments. f you have „., *],<,] for yo,,,-machines, we are "«<• s,m ; y-,,1 want „,„.. L,.t us heh, v , i, flm,™ If \ <>ii HAAKa slK-d it is time to see that tlie I'", ls s ", m1 ;. 1 ' t . lH> fl<M " > «l«">p-]>mof and everv- 111,1- i-ea.iy lo,- ,f s winter jol, of machine proteV- ,""; /"''' "? /;'!' "'atcrij.Is for tjiis and the nvst <>f your tall Hx-up work. Get Your Fuel Here Too "WV have our sheds full now with a pood var- -i'iso !'ok '•'"' fresl1 minod hnrd and 8oft coals » BR8T fuel f ( ,i- your stove or furnace. F. S. Norton & Son nrr " "^•••^•••••••^•••Mi Annual Duroc Jersey Boar and Gill Sale S.iK- to In- lu-lii a of Ktmvuk, Km nonh and Monday, October 17 45 Head of Boars and Gilts lo ,,^UhTcf fe al l " r !^ W" 1 ° f ° ra ' ld Vlew Balancer 2nd at at the 1938 Spenc F• ' i Ilounds and was Grand Chajnpion C'hamj.ion ' dtftatln £ tne Minnesota 1938 Grand &^£S^S ! S» i »='S.« I 5-c=3 M 1 ::^,;'-;';;! r°>? ™?- ; -"•-'-s isxs , r -^ r .,,;i:'i-;^-;-r E -~^ S; ^H^SSar^T-SMS?^ sii^ai "'""' -«-»™ ss sjsss TERMS (V»h. or iu cquivaleni Settk-m Co! McMurruy^d E.^-iio^Au^o^eer, R. M . GoetUch. Clerk W. H. Helmfee, Prop.

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