The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 11, 1938 · Page 2
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 11, 1938
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The Algona Uppar Pea jfolttflB, Ocfe 11, 1938 FATHER OFBURT MAN TAKEN ILL Bnrt: Mrs. J. A. Heaney and her brother, Mennett Truhkhlll, left on Friday afternoon for Blsmark, N. D., where they were called by the Illness of their father, J. P. Trunk- hill, who with his wife, went to Bellinger, North Dakota, to visit relatives a couple of weeks ago. While there Mr. trunkhlll was taken in and was taken to & hospital In Bismark for treatment It was ness this year, as he was operated on several times earlier In the year tit an Algona hospital. Wesley Basketball Plans Announced Wesley: All Wesley high school basketball games before Christmas will be played away from home, and home games will be played after the holidays In the new gymnasium Supt B. Ravlln announced Wednesday morning. Although the schedule Is nol yet „ — complete, the first game will be at feared an operation might be nee- Titonka, Nov. 18, both girts and essary. Mr. Trunkhlll has been boys. This Is Titonka'g first year having more than his share of 111-1 for a girls' team. TALL? MEDIUM? SHORT? LlOUMniA, KLEER-SHEER fxquisfc HOSIERY LUVERNE PAIR HONORED ON DAY OF 25TB WEDDING ANNIVERSARY LuVerne: The 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. anrf Mrs. Archie Sanford was the occasion for a dinner party at their home. It was a surprise to the honor*** when 90 of their friends came with the dinner. Cards were played during the evening and a crystal table centerpiece was presented to the SanfonM. Lone Rock Defeats Fenton Team 4 to 2 Fenton: Lone Rock defeated the Fenton high school baseball team here Friday afternoon, 4 to 2, in one of the best played games of the season. Lone Rock opened the first inning with four runs on four hits, a walk and an error. This was the only time when an error figured In the scoring. An unassisted double play by Schulte In the second inning pulled Schmidt out of a hole, and from there on he was- Invincible. All six of Lone Rock's hits came In the first two Innings. Schmidt, pitching for Fenton, allowed six hits, walked four, hit one batsman and struck out nine. Marlow for Lone Rock, allowed four hits, hit two batsmen and struck out 14. 65 Attend Union Club Harvest Home Party Union: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ho- flus were hosts to the members of the Mothers and Daughters club nnd their families at their home last Thursday evening, Oct. 6. Sixty- five attended. A very pleasant evening .was enjoyed. The program was In charge of Mrs. Louis Bode. A tray lunch was served by the committee In charge, Norma Bailey and Julia Taylor. The house was prettily decorated with garden flowers. Special guests of the club WESLEY LEGION ELECTS OFFICERS Wesley: The American Legion met Friday night for their annual election of officers. J. P. Studer was elected post commander; J. L, Studer, adjutant; Leo Blelch, vice commander; John Hutchison, finance officer; Lawrence tCoppen, chaplain; Joe Meurer, publicity officer and L. L. Lease, service officer. Study Club Meets The members of the Study club met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. John Amesbury. The leader of the lesson was Mrs. A. M. Lease with Mrs. Milton Glddlnga assisting. The lesson was "Early Iowa History". Susie Pflffner and Margaret Schroeder were guests. Attend Festival Mr. and Mrs. Leo Blelch, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Ravlln, Mr. and Mrs. Lael Root, Mr. and Mrs. Tom McMahon, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bauer, Ruth, Mary and Ralph Jr., attended the fall festival put on by the Catholic parish of Clear Lake, at the Surf ballroom Tuesday evening. The Wm. and Albert Martlneks attended the Waterloo dairy cattle congress recently. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Gouge and Mrs. __ were MrTand Mrs. w7"a~McCui-jf- ^ Studer were ln A1 K° na Friday lough of Algona. The next meeting will be held at the home of Veda McArthur near Irvington. She will be assisted by Cora Reid. Talks will be given by Helen Vogel and Marjorie Dearchs on their recent travels. Tinies to tall tell us Hose fit more flatterinp- Claussner Proportioned ly than any stocking they have ever worn. They fit the foot AND the leg — to perfection. And because they fit better, they look smarter wear longer. Honor Burt Woman At Birthday Party Burt: In honor of Mrs. H. E. Rachut's birthday the following gathered at the Rachut home on Thursday evening for a 500 party, .he Messrs, and Mesdames P. W. Kollasch, Julius Baas, Herman Bus. ie, Walter Faulstich. R. A. Blelch, O. W, Bl«ich, E. C. Schwletert and Carl Reynolds, QUICK RELIEF FROM STOMACH ULCERS DUE TO EXCESS ACID r ree Book Tells of Marvelous H °T* .TK"* 1 "* 11 * th »* Mu »* Help or It Will Cost You Nothing &^^SSStt'333SZ3$5 $lpr,3pair$286 **i*^f T Ol *»«««n. ««««• or UpMt Stomach. QraliMM, HMrtburn, Mmtannn*. t«., due to been Add. Bold onilSday? rtalJ-A»k for "Vimmtf, M^Hi" ?»h? c Brownell Co. A. H. Borchardt Algona 40-49 ttt uniting design* that tte next ear** mode I T all started with "catwalk- cooling," on the costly racing cars of Europe. They were shooting at better aerodynamics, not new styling— but they touched off something that will re-pattern cars everywhere before it's done. So let your gaze take it in. Spot the radialor grilles . . . down law! They're key to new-day design. They're also placed where air pressure's greatest— your engine cools under j arced draft! Under that comely bonnet is the engine with more abundant I i lethal quick quiet Huick Dynuflush valve-in-head s>traight-t?/£/i// Under the roomy Body by Fisher are the great slow spirals of BuiCoil springing, ana the true "full float" ride. And in that body, is new wide-paned visibility—up to 413 more square inches of glass. Come see it. Just as it stands there, tuned and poised for your service, it seems to have drawn a deep breath and to be ready to fly! NO OTHER CAR IN THE WORLD HAS ALL THESE FEATURES if DYMAHAIH VAlVi-IN-HUO STRAIGHT-[MOT EMMNI if tUICOU. tOtOUl-mt SPRINMH6 if CRUHR VIHBIUTY * HANDIUtlfT TRANSMISSION * SUf-RAMKIN6 KNfl-ACTION FRONT SPRINGING * TORQUC-TUSf ORIVi if TIMOl HVDIAUUC MAKES * CROWM SPRING CUIICH if "CATWALK- C001INC" * OPTMNAl RUR AXLi 6(1* RATIOS if HASH- W A T OMtCTION SMNA1 * SXOMttS UMUHIilSOUlS RY RSHtl BIRUM OLSON COMPANY iul KU.-.I Stale Street Alyojiu, Iowa li. B. Brill, Iowa Phone 121 Motul (.'hevrolct Coiiipuii> Kmmcliburg, low.t j morning on business. Mr. and Mrs. Tom McMahon accompanied his parents to Cedar Rapids Monday on business. Mr. and Mrs. George Price left Wednesday for points in Montana, where they will visit her relatives. Mildred Benton spent the week end at the parental Wallace Benton home. She teaches in Emmetsburg. Mrs. George Hirner entertained the numbers of the Royal Neighbors at her home Thursday afternoon. • | Mrs. Homer Anderson and daughter and Mrs. Mae Harris of Algona spent Friday at the Milton Gidd- "ngs home. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson of 3t. Paul spent several days recently at the home of her sister, Mrs. L. L. Pfeffer and family. Mrs. George Goetz and Mrs. Helen Johnson spent Thursday afternoon In Algona, where they visited the Dr. R. J. Thissen family. ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Studer and family were dinner guests Sunday evening of last week at the parental I. A. Eisenbacher home. Dorothy Kraus and her house guest, E»le Engles of Maquoketa. ipent Wednesday and Thursday at Blue Earth, visiting friends. Mrs. E. M. Olson and Infant daughter came home Saturday from | the General hospital in Algona. -Th« I baby has been named Mary Joyce. I Junior Diekman of Algona spent I the week end here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Diekman. Junior is employed in a bank in Algona. " ' The high school baseball team won Its eighth game Thursday afternoon by shutting out Kanawha here 9 to 0. They have lost one ;ame. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Alne, Rosalie and Buddy, went to Story City, on Wednesday and will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Sever- seike until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Gouge attended the dedication of St. Weneclaus Catholic church at Duncan Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Lorenz also attended. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wellik will move to Woodward, Oct. 15, where Mr. Wellik will manage a popl hall. The Welliks have been Wesley residents for ten years. II'TS. Jule Kunz and Mary Adine drove to St. Paul Friday afternoon and will visit over the week end with June Adel who is attending St Catherine's academy there. Joe M. Studer, butcher at the local locker system, met with a painful accident one day last week while butchering a beef. He stuck himself in the lei* a little below the knee. Joe. however, is on the job again. Dr. and Mrs. L. L. Pfeffer and Mr. and Mrs. Tom McMahon al- tended the e-ard party and dance at .St. Benedict, Thursday night. Mrs Pfeffer won high ladies prize in bridge. Mrs. J. L. Haverly and son, Donald furnished the music for the dance. Matt Hildman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hildman, has taken over the management of the Skelly oil sta tion at the east end of main street. Walter Head was formerly manager. Matt has been employed at the Stan dard station for the past year or ao, and his place is taken there by Gayle Studer. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Lane and son, Darrell of Princeton, 111., and Miss Alma Stehl of Peru, III., came Friday for a visit of several days with Mrs. Laine's sister, Mrs. Mary Goetz and other relatives Miss Stehl is a niece of Mrs. Lane and Mrs. Goetz. Mrs. Lottie Giddings entertained the members of the Women's Foreign Missionary society at her home Friday afternoon. Mrs. Roy Hansen gave the devotions, Mrs. Hans Hansen gave the lesson from the first chapter in the book on India Mrs. Carl Hansen was elected vice president; Mrs, Amesbury, recording secretary, and Mrs. Hans Han- -sen, treasurer. Mrs. Meyer, Lotto Creek, Recovering Lolls Crtt-k: Nick Genglfr and Martin Meyer drove to Rochester on Tuesday to bring home Mrs. Meyer, who has been a patient in the St. Mary's hospital for six weeks. Teacher Gets Surprise Portland: The women in district No. 6 went to the school house on Tuesday afternoon and surprised the teuc-her. Miss Mary Tjaden. She was not aware that they knew it was her birthday. Lunch was served and a gift presented. East Seneca Farmer Mas Narrow Escape In Tractor Fire Bast Seneca: Ed Johnson had a narrow escape one day this week while putting fuel In his tractor. He •pilled some over and It caught on fire. His brother standing near, dropped the gas can splashing gas all over fid's clothes, the flames ctaehlng his clothing and burning his hair and one arm quite severely. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jensen and son, Calvin visited at the Leo Lampe home at Bancroft Monday evening. LaVerne Wolf visited with her grandmother, Mrs. John Wolf of Bancroft several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Dotson who attended the funeral of Mr. Dotson's grandmother at Bloomlngton, III., returned home Thursday evening. Jerald Halverson, John and Leo Crowley, Irving Klein attended the dairy cattle congress at Waterloo, recently. Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Merrill and sons attended a surprise party at the Henry Oroen home Wednesday night The party was in honor of Mr. Green's birthday. Mrs. Jay Godden assisted her sls- ler, Mrs. Chas. Morris, in enter-- talning the Lone Rock Ladies' Mite society at the Morris home Thursday. A record crowd was In attendance. Mr. and Mrs. George Patterson acompanled Mr. and Mrs. A. R Will rett of Fenton to Waterloo, Friday where they visited their daughter Mrs. Thos. Reece and attended th dairy cattle congress. Mr. and Mrs. O. Kracht and aon Woodrow, daughter Eva, and Mrs Anna Mohler spent Tuesday eve nlng at the home of Rev. and Mrs. L. Rlchman at Burt Thursday they were visitors at the Henry Berghofer home at Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sanders, Mr and Mrs. Will Sanders were supper guests at the Frank Loofts Friday evening. After supper the families drove to Spencer to hear the Rev. Prince of Minneapolis, who has charge of the revival meetings In the Baptist church there. tTnlon Boad Improved Union: th* road leading to the Presley sarchet farm has been graded. Thfc Sarchets' sons, Robert and Roy, with their helpers did the work. PLANT IMULLINS'HYBRID! CORWITH, IOWA The TRIPLE PROTECTED HYBRID, Time Tested for Adaptability, Yield and Quality. Place your order now and insure yourself of a sufficient supply of the seed you desire. 37-tf Blue Blood Seme people who think they are better than the rest of us, should change their blue blood for red blood and be Just what they are,. Then they would have a life worth living. Trying to fool people, they Just make monkeys of themselves for everybody knows what they are, anyway. The people who pay their debts, work for a living, talk natural and act natural, are might good people to have In any community. I would rather be a good fellow with the common people than to be an upstart trying to cling on the shirt tail of high society. I am what I am and never try to fool anyone. When I advertise a bargain, we have it and plenty of It Last week we sold 60 snow suits and nearly cleaned up on anklets at Sc a pair. Both items are real bargains. This week we have a string of bargains. Men's overcoats, men's Mackinaw coats, boys' corduroy pants and men's work shoes. • The men's overcoats are new, latest styles and of the soft finish material, so much In vogue right now. When I tell you the regular price of these coats Is $20.00,122.50 and $24.00,1 mean Just what I say. We are offering your choice of any coat any style at $12.98 We consider It the biggest bargain that ever went out of Neville's Store. The Men's Macktnaws are pure wool northern Mackinaw and will wear you a life time if you die In any season at all. The boys' corduroy pants at Me are a snap for parents, who want to save money. As far as I know It is the only place In North America where you can buy them at that price. The men's work shoes are the Original Chlppewas, barnyard tanned with good leather soles. They are standard, good shoes. Our Price Is 11-98. Tou save $1.00 on each pair you buy at Neville's Store. The above is all standard merchandise and will sell like hot cakes at these prices. , i, , • We are still selling Prim-Era Silk Hose at 49e. I see by the Sunday paper the big department store In De» Molnes gets nearly double that for them. Jimmie Neville ATTOftNlrrS AT LAW R. 3. HWrtnftdft Room* 3. t>. M4 ngt ALOONA, S. L, BOMAB _ AtTORNfETT A? LAW Collection* will receive prompt attention At/JOHA, MWA W. RQUAJWON BLW.MttUM ATTORNBYS A* LAW Office over Co. Saving* Bk. Bldg. Office Phone 427 ALOONA, IOWA HUTCHISON A HtrftWISON ATTORNEYS AT LAW A. Hutchison (1862-1688) Donald C. Hutchison Theodore C. Hutchison Security State Bank Building Phone 261 Algona, lowft B. J. Van Ness . Ck W. Stlllman VAN NESS A STR-tMAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Offices in new Hetse Building Phone 918 Algona, Iowa Oaylord D. Shumway Edw. D. Kelly SHUMWAY A KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office In Qulnby Bldg. Phone (W ALOONA, IOWA HIRAM B. WHl'lV ATTORNEY AT LAW Office in Hutchison Building Phone 908 ATTORNEYS AT LAW I. W. Sullivan (dec'd) & E. McMahon L B. Linnan SIHJLIVANJMTMAHON * LINNAN Algona, Iowa Phone 261 Office over Kossuth Mut Ins. ALOONA, IOWA L. A. W1NKKL ATTORNEY AT LAW (County Attorney) Office over Qulnby Building PHYSICIANS * SURGEONS J. N. KKNECTCK PHYSICIAN * SURGEON Office formerly occupied by Dr. A, L Rlat over Rexalf Drug Store Office Phone 300 Res. Phone m ALOONA. IOWA C. H. 4JkBxzaUg ir KK, M. D. Phone 444-S10 SUROEON * PHYSICIAN Office John OaJbrmith Bldg. MELVIN O. BOURNE PHYSICIAN A SURGEON Office over old Poat Office Phones—Office 107 Kes, m THE GREATEST HEATER VALUES IN OUR HISTORY! CHALLENGER OIL BURNING CIRCULATING HEATER No Dust, Dirt or Ash A sensational heater value. Not an undersized 8-inch heater, but a large 10-inch size that will heat a 5 room house comfortably. You save at least $10.00 or more. • Large 10-inch Size Burner • Constant Level Valve Prevents Fuel Waste • Famous Breese Patented Pot Type Burner • Automatic Draft Governor • Bums Low Cost Fuel Oil • Concealed Humidifier SUPREME CIRCULATING HEATER BURNS COAL OR WOOD Again Gambles lead in coal and wood heater value -. This cast, coal or wood heater provides healthful humidified heat for the home. Finished in attractive dark bronze color. • Extra Large Combustion Chamber Heavily Ribbed for Long Life and Extra Radiating Surface • Ash Door and Frames Machine Ground • Joints Interlocked and Sealed Airtight • Extra Large Feed Doors e> Humidifier in Back 16 Inch Size Cash Price $1.25 Per Week, Payable Monthly Time Payment Plan Includes Fire, Theft, Tornado and Flood Insurance. OSTEOPATHS DR. a W. MEYER Osteopathlc Physician General Practice Special attention given to non- •urglcal treatment of rectal diseases, varicose veins and rupture. Sawyer Bldg., East State St. Phone 147 DENT1 DR. H. M. OLSON DENTIST Located in New Call Theatre Bldg. Phone, Business 100. Residence 7M ALGONA, IOWA DR. L. G NUGENT DENTIST Second floor Sawyer Bide Phone 313 Algona, Iowa C D. 8CHAAP . DENTIST Qulnby BldR. p hon e 183 Res. Phone 174 Algona. Iowa A. J. EASON, Dentist Office over James Drug Store Phone Office 59, Residence 859 KARL a HOFFMAN DENTIST Office In New Helse Bldg. Phone 44 R M . Phon , ,, 8 REAL ESTATE MURTAOH A SON ESTATE FARM LOANS n 'NUANCE BONDS Qulnby Bldg. p hone , 08 VETERINARIANS FOX A WINKJEL r,«, W ' F ° X Dr J " B Office 220 We.t State Street Office Phone 475-W Res 475-R ALGONA, IOWA Typewriter Paper We have jun received a targe •hipment of ream package* 1600 nheeU) which sell for 75c for 600 sheets This In a good grade bond paper and will make an excellent school paper. The Algona Upper Des Moioes I hi- t .irhuii l f .j|ic:( I h;it (>ivt-s-.S.»tisl",»t tu Bl U BABNAJU), »Iana«iii« Partner Inquire at Th* ua Upper Des Moiut> ii-e for |»artiu«-lar>

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