The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 4, 1934 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 4, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Jan. i, 1934 CHICKEN POX IN 1RVINGTON HOMES But None of Oases Are Ser ious, Fortunately; Many Holiday Visitors • Irvlngton: chicken pox Is again visiting this community. Those who are afflicted with the disease are Adelle, Paul, Robert and Eugene Lempke, the children of Mr. and Mrs. Armor Lempke and Dewey Skllling, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Skllling. Peterson Studio New Year's Greetings The year 1934 will see greater development of home portrait work In the photographic industry. Home portraits are made by us without the use of flash' lights (no danger), without dust and without dirt. This Is specially designed for older people who cannot come to the studio and small children, who cannot be brought, as well as banquets, etc. Tlhe cost Is no greater than work In the studio and every home portrait caiTles our full guarantee. Better Pictures Less Money Will P. Brown, Mgr. Mr. and Mrs. George Godfrey and son Dick, of Ames were holiday guests at the Godfrey home in Algona. Edward and August Scheppman from Okabena, Minn., are visiting at the home of their ancle, Henry Scheppman, 8r. Chas. Egel arrived home last Friday morning from. Blue Grass, Iowa, where he attended the funeral of his sister. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hutching and family and the Fred Parks were Christmas dinner guests at the Perry Phillips home. A fair sized crowd assembled at the church Sunday evening to enjoy the Christmas program given by the Sunday School pupils. The Aid society will meet Thursday, January 4, at the church annex. The Mesdames M. L. and Inez Roney are hostesses for the day. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Egel and family were Christmas day dinner guests at the Martin Becker borne. Miss Mary Htftchlns, daughter o Lawrence Hutchlns, came from Ames for the holidays. Mary is a sophomori at bhe Iowa State College, Mr. and Mrs. Forbes Stilts and their daughter, Delores, and Mr. and Mrs Roy Fitch were Christmas dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. I* Miller. Funeral services for Harry Watson were held Wednesday afternoon, Dec 27, at Keokuk, Iowa, where burial wai made. Harry was the son of Mr. am Mrs. John Watson, former residents o: Irvlngton, who conducted a genera' merchandise store for a number of years. George Hackman, Jr., of Knoxvllle Tennessee, arrived at the George Hackman home the day before Christmas to spend the holiday season. George motored as far as Janesvtlle, Wisconsin with Mr. and Mrs. S. Bergin, taking the train from that point home. Geo. is connected with the electrical department at Park Junior high school. Knox- viUe is a city of 100,000 population and Is located In the extreme eastern part of Tennessee. FORMER SWEA CITY POSTMASTER PASSES AT LOS ANGELES, CALIF. J. O. Hatch, 88, Succumbs; Had Hand in Kossuth's Early History 'All's Well* Colonial s FARMERS ATTENTION Do You Need Tires for Your Trailer? 30x3£, 200 . ....$3.39 Red Sturdy Molded Tubes 79c Chaines, 30x4.50 , $2.29 Also Pull out chains, per set . 29c Coast to Coast Store j oe Bloom, Mgr. Public Sale Riddle Sale Pavilion, Phone 79, Algona Saturday, January 6, at 1:30 P. M. Sharp We are listing stuff every day aad will not give a complete list for this sale, but we have the beet offering of furniture that we have offered at any time, to be sold at public auction or private sale, including dining room sets, living room seta, 2 good pianos, buffets, tables and all kinds of chairs, 1 electric radio. 200 head of vaccinated feeding shoats, weighing from 100 to 125 Ibs. Milk Cowi—a number of head of young cattle, boars of all breeds. Also there may be a few head of horses. 1 oil burner tank heater, good as new, power sheep shearer, all complete, 4 tire* ;i*Jtt, two are almost new. Brta* what you have to sell and be on hand to buy what you want TERMS—Cash. No property to be removed until settled for. C. 0. Riddle, Auctioneer Sale pavfllon east of C. * N. W. depot. Cold Wave Coming If your fuel supply is running low, don't run any risks with your comfort or your health—call us today at 308 for a load of our Fireside Coal. This special coal is ideal for home furnaces—burns cleanly with less ash and no clinkers. It comes to you washed and screened—a 100 per cent burnable fuel that makes furnace-tending easy. Call now for Fireside Coal—it costs no more but you'll say it's worth dollars more once you've tried it! Anderson Grain & Coa! Company Phone 308 Algona, Ipwa. Swea City: J. O. Hatch, acre 88. t>io- neer resident of Kossuth county, died at the home of his grandson, Maurice Heiken at Los Angeles. California, on Saturday. December DO. 1933. after a lingering Illness. He is survived bv one son, Jud Hatch of Los Angeles i one daughter, Mrs. P. J. Heiken o Swea City, who is the wife of Count Supervisor Heiken. His daughter. Mrs Heiken has been in Los Angeles fo the oast six months assisting in car ing for her aged father, also a grand son Maurice L. Heiken of Los Angeles Mr. Hatch is closely associated wit: the early developments of Kossuth county road building and lived at Al gona. later going to Bancroft and then to Swea City where he served as i postmaster for a period of 16 years un der the republican administration. Ab out fourteen years ago they left fo' California to make their home. Mrs Hatch died there about a vear ago. Mr Hatch visited here last year after his wife's death. They were prominen workers In the Baptist church and have a large circle of friends here who extend sympathy to the family. County Meetings Called to Explain Corn-Hog Contracts (Continued from Page One) Johnson, corwlth, Emil Sorensen, Corwith. Oarfleld—R. B. Berninghaus, West Bend, chairman, Herman Balgeman, West Bend, Herbert Fuchsen, West The Weekly Record WEATHER Dec. » ...................... 61 M Dec. 31 ....................... 80 19 Deo. S3 ...................... 44 19 Dec. 93 ...................... » 19 Deo. 24, K inch snow ........ » -7 Dec. 35, 7 indies snow ..... -1 -w bee. 26, H inch snow ...... -3-19 Dec. 27 ...................... 18 -W Dec. 28 ....................... 7 -7 Dec. 29 ...................... 21 -10 Deo. 30 ....... , .............. 39 19 Dec. 31 ...................... 41 Jan. 1 Jan. 2, inch snow .19 .32 3 -5 11 M«& Bl«h» and Robert Bell, both of AJgoia, we* tmited to *•"*•«.*!' o'clock New Y«*rt «w»to»f ** «<*" cult's ennfeh with Re*. T. J. officiate*. Mr. •»»»£»• R K»oy attended tl» couple, the weAUng the couple immediately left oft thefr hot»ymoon fw parts unknown. New* Mabel Bowman h«d he* tonrtte mated DteamlM* atth. Anna Jo*n»n, tefcflbe* at Boone, was vtttttttt men* to "$&*&** ed tM hospital December 29», for uwdical twatment. .»»_., Walter Larson of Bradgaw entered fhe hosptUI December 9»Ui for medical treatment Mrs. Gorman Funeral Funeral services were held at the M. E. church on Friday afternoon for Mrs. Freeman Gorman, age 46. who died at her home in Swea township on Wednesday from diabetes. She is survived bv her husband, two sons. Curtis and Lowell Scott, by a former marriage, and hosts of friends here. She was married in 1928 to Mr. Gorman and prior to that she lived at Gowrte. Iowa, where she was buried. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Griffith of Algona spent Sundav here witth relatives. Ed F. Anderson and daughters. Lucille, Dorothy, June and Svlvia spent ,he week end with his brother. Rob. G. Anderson and family at Waterloo. Lucille Anderson and June Larson planned a birthday nartv for their ousin. Merlin D. Larson. The party was held on Saturday evening. Twen- y young friends and school mates en- oyed a social evening. Buell Johnson, who was Injured In an automobile accident on highway No. ) two weeks ago suffered a relapse on Saturday and Sunday he was taken to Rochester. Minn., to enter the Mavo clinic. He was taken there in an am- >ulance. He suffered a fractured law >one in the accident and infection of ils jaw has developed. His condition is serious. Students who have spent their holiday vacations here vfere Allen Poole and Dorothy Chrlstensen of Coe Col- ege. Cedar Rapids: Clarence Roba of Augustana College, Rode Island: Elsie Smith and Kenneth Eevlar of Morn- ngslde. Sioux City: Ralph, and Dencil Stockman. Lucille and Grace Bens. Alice Dahl, Clarence Hovev of Waldorf College. Forest Citv: Emory Ber- eeson. Thomas Hanlfan. Edgar Price, and Arthur Diem of Esthervllle Junor colleee: Gale Kesler, Oliver Anderson. Lucille Peterson of Minnesota State University. Darwin Hanlfan of Iowa University; Burton Thomson. Merlin D. Larson and Kathrvn Bravender of Iowa State College. Ames: and Virginia Pulls of Stevens College. Mo. Lotto creek—Geo. Wlnkel, Whltte- more, chairman, Otto Wlcbfcendahl, Lone Rock, Henry Mueller, Whittemore, Jos. Loeback, Whlttemore, and Grover Reed, Whittemore. Irvlngton—Carl Hutchlns, Algona, chairman, Alvin Weber, Irvlngton, Barney Capesius, Irvlngton, Henry Els- chled, AlgonA, a J. Devine, Algona. Prairie Townrfup Prairie—John N. Ludwig, Corwlth, chairman, C. F. Primml, Corwlth, H. E. Rockwood, Corwith, Oeo. Cink, Wesley, c. E. Kouasch, LuVerne. Greenwood—R. F. Miller, Bancroft, chairman, Frank Wilhelml, Bancroft, Joe F. Menke, Bancroft, Oeo. Nyman, Bancroft, A. J. Lentsch, Swea City. Cresco—A. E. Clayton, Algona, chairman. Homer Llndhorst, Algona, M. N. Phillips, Algona, Earl Miller, Algona, August Brown, Algona. ALGONA MARKETS Corn, 2 white t 2 yellow 35 Oats mixed .28 Kossnlh Hospital News An 8% pound, baby boy was born to Mrs. Walter Llchter December 26th. The baby has been named John Walter. Rosella Schroeder and Richard Grohn, both of Titonka and Gene Broderson of Algona had their tonsils removed December 26th. Gertrude O*Neil of Wesley entered 'or medical care, December 27th. Mrs. Jessie Royce of Algona entered December 30th for medical care. Julius Kunz, Wesley young man, submitted to an appendicitis operation on fenuary 2nd. Jtto Kunz. Julius is a son of Mrs. Charles Beer of Kanawha entered the wspital to receive treatment for a ractured hip, January 1. January 3rd, Roland Larson of Alona, underwent an operation for the emoval of his appendix. Hogs-Sows Hogs, 140 12.00 Hogs, 160 2.30 Hogs, 180-200 2.80 Hogs, 200-260 2 Hogs, 260-300 2.80 HOgs, 300-350 2.60 Packing Sows, 350-4000 3.00 Packing Sow*, heavy i-80 Cream Wo NEW CARS LICENSED Albert Rust, Corwlth, Plymouth 1033 sedan.' M. P. Christiansen, Algona, Ford de- uxe sedan, 1034. MARRIAGE LICENSES C. O. Luthl, Morris, Minn., and Emma Fehr, West Bend. Ralph Clark, Lakota, and Louise Nits, Lakota. Bruce Eckhardt, Algona, and Mar- cclla Nelson, Algona. Robert Bell, Algona, and Mary Blaha, Belle Platne, Minn. DANCE I. O. O. F.HALL WED.. JAN. 10 Russ Henegar and his Recording Orchestra of Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Chrischilles & Herbst LOCAL NEWS Ed Holecek spent Christmas in Garner with fals brother, Charles. Mr. and Mrs. Meltrin Houpe spent New Yean with her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Ive Ozmun at Leland, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Danson and child ! returned Tuesday noon from St. Paul after spending New Years with Mrs. Danson's parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Kent and son spent Christmas day with the former's parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Kent In Indlanola, lows. Marjorie MeUne of Eagle Grave returned to her home Monday after spending the past week here with her aunt. Mrs. O. R. LaBarre. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Hancber spent Saturday, Sunday and Christmas day at the home of the former's brother, Park, at Famhamvllle, Iowa. Rosella and Adelaide Llcktelg and Gua Berkes, all of Cresco, Iowa, and Elroy Kelly of Elma, Iowa, were guests at the hojie of the two girls' aunt, Mrs. Philip Kohlhaas, Sunday and Monday. Howard Backus came Christmas day for a visit at thn home of his parent*. Howard is superintendent of the Coulee Ci*7, Washington, schools. His wife is visiting her mother at Cedar Rapids. Miss Priscllla Southgate, who teaches at Eveleth. Minnesota, is visiting at the home of hex sister, Mrs. T. T. Hf-'hst. this week. She had spent the holidays with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. B. M. Southgate In Britt. James Murtagh of Washington, D. C., spent a few days during the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mia. C. B. Murtagh, who were home from Des Moines for Christmas. James has a position in the Reconstruction Finance Corporation. Clarence Brownell visited here a few days last week with his father, J. A. Brownell and his brother, Roy. He was on his way home to California after visiting in Linden, Illinois, with his wife's parents. Mrs. Brownell remained for a longer visit. Clarence is one of the engineers on the new San Francisco-Oakland bridge which is under construction. John Haggard, who Is one of the appraisers of land under the government farm loan act, spent the holidays in Aluona at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Haggard. J- .n has been making his headquarters ut Canton, South Dakota, Emmetsburg and other places during the past few months. He likes the work for which he Is well equipped. BASKET GROCERY A Special Favor From Reid Murdock & Co DM to tbe e«Uu«lt» •&!«• ol Mooueh Finer Coffee Vy finest Food Store" Rdd, Mnrdocb « Co., ha* (ranted m a oooUn*- anoe of the December Sale Price, You Couldn't Buy a Better Coffee at $1 a Pound Pound pkg 26c 3 pounds 69e CLASSIFIED ADS For Sale FOB SALE—One of Algona's best bungalows. Bargain price.—C. W. Ni- coulln, Phone 55. !• FOB SALE—100 White Leghorn pul- Ict.s. Hamilton strain, 30c each. 439 N. Williams st. 1* Kodak Finishing. Cue Day Service. Mail or bring your films.—Algona Art Studio. 51-1* Miscellaneous Have you tried our Thrifty Waah.— Kirschi lAundiy. Phone 367. 48-tl Monarch Coffee is now available in the New "Drip Grind." OYSTERS, direct from the coast while they last, per quart Due to arrive Friday A. M. MONARCH COCOA, highest content butterfat, pound Navy beans 3 Ib 15c Prunes 2 Ibg 40-50 size Popcorn 4 Ibs. (shelled) Hallowi Bulk Dates, 2 Ibs. _ 25c Gelatine Dessert, C., all flavors, pkg •**» Call Theatre Wed. Thurs.-Fri. Jan. 3-4-6 KATHARINE HEPBURN "LITTLE WOMEN" f, . . . _ Saturday, Jan. 6 TV t-i -n ^ Double Feature JACKIE COOPER in THE LONE COWBOY" DICK POWELL ANN DVORAK "COLLEGE COACH* Tarzan Serial Sizes 14 to 20 All Guaranteed Sunfast & Tubf ast With Foil Circular Skirts! Frocks With the Gay Abandon of Youth! This is gt and news for Smart Misses... who know what spirited fashions Dolly Madi- sons introduce. They are the Frocks that bring you refreshing newness such as Drop" pcd Yokes, Sailor Collars, Tuxedo Vestees ... at an accessible price. Peggy Print* Peggy Broadcloths in Checks, Stripes and Field Flower designs. ;I • Sun.-Mon., LILIAN HARVEY GENE RAYMOND Jan. 7-8 "I AM SUZANNE" Tues.-Wed., Jan. 9-10 FREDERIC MARSH GARY COOPER MIRIAM HOPKINS In Noel Coward's "DESIGN FOE LIVING" Thurs.-Fri., Jan. 11-12 FOUR MARX BROS, in "DUCK SOUP" Sat., Jan. 13 Double Feature RANDOLPH SCOTT JUDITH ALLEN HARRY CAREY in Zane Grey'o "THUNDERING HERD" JACK HOLT "THE WRECKER" Tarzan Serial COMING ATTRACTIONS Down to Rio," Jan. 17-18-19 Ann Hardiuff In "Gallant Lady," Jan. 21-22 Joan Crawford in "Dancing Lady," Jan. tt-JW Eddie Cantor in "Roman Scandals" "Dinfi&r ftt £ijtliV "K&quimO" "MOttlin PILLSBURY'S BEST._ FLOUR SUNNTFIELD PANCAKE FLOUR BOKAR COFFEE BUTTER NUT COFFEE YELLOW CLING, SLICED OR HALVES DELMONTE PEACHES IONA BRAND—YELLOW CLING PEACHES, SLICED OR HALVED PENICK'S SYRUP, WHITE OR GOLDEN SODA OR GRAHAM CRACKERS v , PALMOLIVE SOAP MAGIC WASHER 241/2 l 5 lb. 1Q ba§r ljl * lb 21c Ib 33c 5 lb - 25c 2-lb. 00 *' 4 '*' 0ak<!S 19c VAN >r Campbell's Beans 15c Listen In A. 4 P. MB- •fcal Barrage ol Va- IBM 7:3*-«:M A. M. Dally ex. Sonday e»* WHO-WOC. 16 oz. C can ORANGES, large size, dozen _ 33c

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