The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 25, 1934 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 25, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, .Algona, Iowa, Jan. 25,1934 Ororge R. CM1 of Sioux city visited his grandmother, Mrs. 8. o. Spear Monday. ' " Mnton Nort ° n at- a lumbermen's meeting at Des Moines Monday. Mr and Mrs. Charles LaBarrc spent Monday In Des Moines where the former went on business. Mrs. Eva Delm and her daughter, Katherine, visited friends and relatives at Swca City recently. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ruin and family or Emmetsburg were guests at the C. A. Joynt home Sunday. Mrs. Chester Long was confined to her home the first part of this week suffering with sciatic rheumatism. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Hertlg and son, Jimmle, of Buffalo Center spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hertlg. Otto Falkenhainer left for peoria Illinois, Saturday to attend a sales meeting of the Meyer Furnace Company. Rev. C. V. Hulse and Rev. Carlson. local pastors, attended an all Iowa pastors' conference at Des Moines this week. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brownell spent Monday afternoon at Clarion where they visited her brother, Louis Tesdahl. Ellzabeth'Paetz, who lives two miles north of Sexton spent the week end at the home of her friend, Eleanor Lamuth. O. D. Ward, who recently underwent an operation for hernia, was released from the hospital Monday and was taken to the home of his daughter, Mrs. Floyd Gardner. Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Fox and Dr. Julius Wlnkel left for Des Motnes on Monday to attend the state veterinary convention. Mrs. Nellie Van Allen and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Nelson of West Bend were guests at the Jim Allen home In Fort Dodge Sunday. Mrs. P. D. Dooley and daughter. Donna, of Fonda, Iowa, were guests Saturday and Sunday at the home of the former's brother, J. J. Dooley. Mr. and Mrs. Will Ryno and two sons and Irene Lamuth of Fort Dodge spent Sunday visiting the ladies' parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Lamuth. Mr. and Mrs. John Reid of the Good Hope neighborhood have been 111 the past week or more. Eleanor Cruikshank, R. N., has been caring for them since last week. Tom and Kenneth Frankl spent last Tuesday at Woodstock, Minnesota, where they attended to some business concerning their mother's farm and also visited their many friends. Mr. and Mrs. Abner Long and son, Jack, drove to Nora Springs Sunday where they spent the day with their daughter, Doris, who teaches there. While there they helped Doris celebrate her birthday. Wayne Bradfleld left Tuesday for Owatonna, where he will be assistant manager in one of the Botsford lumber yards. The change means a nice promotion for him. "Brad" has been with the Botsford Co., in Algona for the past two and one-half years and has made many friends here who wffl be glad to learn of his promotion, ( but who will be sorry to see him leave I Algona. TIKE SALE NOW GOING ON 30x3i/ 2 $3.19 4.4fls|21 $3.59 4.76x19 $3.98 Coast to Coast Store JOE BLOOM, Manager A Briardale Store Friday and Saturday Cash Specials Texas Seedless Grape Fruit ' 64 size, 4 for 1000 Sheet Bolls Toilet Paper 22 rolls for Sugar Cured Skinned Hams, per pound Highest Market Prices Paid for Eggs. Moe & Sjogren Two Phones: 246-247. AJgona, Iowa. Our Motto—Quality, Service and Price. DEMAND QUALITY Low price means nothing unless they're on price tags attached to quality products. All our drugs, cosmetic and toilet needs are the h'nest—they're quality through and through. You'll find it true economy to shop here. Parstens Tooth Paste % on. Jar 13c Korda Bobbin* Alcohol Foil pin* 19C AniisepUc Solution boUle 59c Ma«c»Ia Almond Hand Lotion pt. bot. Hobarto A»- pirtn Tablets KM battle Graysons Russian Mineral Oil, full quart 69c K, D, I AMES THE REXALL STORE. H. W. Miller spent the week end with his parents in Minnesota Lake. Minn. Will Ristau of LuVerne visited the Max Bast and Ernst Thiel homes last Sunday. A. E. Michel, district engineer of the CWA, In Des Moines, spent Sunday with his family here. Mr. and Mrs. Chet Williams spent Sunday In Brltt where they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Bandy. Mrs. L. O. Baker drove to Kanawha Monday evening and will visit there with her mother atid brother until Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Deal returned home Monday from Ames where the former attended the State Painters' convention. Lyle Reynolds, who with Chet Will- lams manages the Hub Clothiers, spent Sunday with his wife and children in Greene, Iowa. John Williams, w<ho was Reported slowly Improving from a recent serious Illness, suffered a relapse Saturday and is critically ill again. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Johnson and children of Fairville were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wegener last Sunday. Mr. atnd Mrs. F. LL Thorpe ajid children were visitors at the home of the letter's mother, Mrs. Anna Skinner at Fort Dodge Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. John Kenefick and son drove to Eagle Grove Sunday where they visited the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Kenefick. Matt Streit and Wade Sullivan were among those who attended the grain convention at Fort Dodge which was held Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs. Gladys South went to Norfolk, Nebraska, Saturday night with her son who will stay there the rest of the school year with his grandparents. Mrs. South returned late Monday. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Barnard left on Saturday afternoon for Omaha where Mr. Barnard attended a business sales meeting of the Gamble store managers. They returned Monday afternoon. Mayor and Mrs. C. F. Specht spent Wednseday at their farm which Is six miles southeast of Buffalo Center and is tenanted by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hofbauer. They also visited friends In Woden. A group of ladies from here attended the funeral of Mrs. Henry Schuttor of Wesley Saturday afternoon. They are Mrs. C. F. Specht, Mrs. August Huenhold, Mrs. Alvin Huenhold, Mrs. Mary Smith and Mrs. Harvey coleman. Edward Zender, son of Frank Zender, will leave Sunday for Iowa City where he will enter the Iowa State University. Edward (Bud) Is a member of the first graduating class of St. Cecelia's academy, having graduated in 1932. Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Towne and children were hi Shell Rock, Iowa, on Sunday with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Towne. The elder Mrs. Towne has been ill for the past few weeks but is getting along quite well now. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Carey and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Eckhart were guests Sunday at the home of Bruce's parents at Dolliver. Mr. and Mrs. Eckhart were entertained at a party given them by the elderly Eckhart couple and received many lovely gifts. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Coonan and three small toys of Des Moines stopped at the home of the former's sister, Mrs. Matt Streit, Friday enroube to Em- nutuburg to vUlt tba parental Ooon- ans. Mrs. Streit accompanied them? returning Saturday evening. Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Hoerncr plan to leave Friday for Creston, Iowa, to attend the celebration of the 80th anniversary of the Congregational church there. Rev. Hcterner will deliver one of the anniversary addresses. They expect to return the following Wednesday. Word was received here that the mother of Brldgett Qaffney, nurse in the Kossuth hospital, had died last Thursday at her home in Rockwell, Iowa. Brldgett left Monday of last week for Rockwell when she heard of her mother's serious illness. She has not returned as yet. At this writing Anton Anderson, who has been seriously ill with pneumonia, is a little bit better and seems to be on the road to recovery. His brother, Oscar, fell down the Anderson Bros, j Meat Market steps Monday and It is feared that besides the injury to his back, he may have suffered several broken ribs. Meanwhile the wives of the two brothers are helping out at the meat market. Henry Thompson, who has been in Algona and Burt for the past six or eight weeks looking after his many business interests in this locality, expects to leave for his home in Los Angeles next week. Henry, who for many years served on the Kossuth county board of supervisors, has a wide acquaintance in the county and always enjoys his visit to his old haunts, and Is a welcome visitor here. Bernice Stock was taken to Fort Dodge Wednesday to have her jaw set. She fractured it a week ago last Saturday while she was sliding with a group of her pupils. Bernice Is physical education Instructor in Eagle Grove schools. She has been at Eagle Grove since the accident happened and has made several trips to Fort Dodge to have the fractured jaw set but it has been so swollen, physicians have been L able to attend it. Meanwhile Bernice is on a liquid diet, taking nourishment, only through a glass tube. Mrs. Edna Forst returned to her home in Cedar Rapids Friday after about a month's stay here with her sister, Bertha Johnson. Mrs. Forst is a trained nurse and assisted in the care of her mother, Mrs. Magnus Johnson, who died very recently. Mrs. Forst was accompanied by her niece, Mrs. Merril Foute, who has also been visiting here. Mrs. Foote is the former Bernice Johnson, a daughter of Eric Johnson, and was married a week ago last Friday at Iowa City where Mr. Foote Is a student at the University of Iowa. Upon hearing of her grandmother's serious condition that same day she Sett immediately for this city. Dr. Harry Jenkinson and son. Louis. of Iowa City, came Monday evening for a short visit with his mother. John Daniels and son, Charles of Beaver Dam, visited at the home of I the latter's sister-in-law, Mrs. P. J. Greiner, Sunday. The two had attended a funeral of the former's bro• ther at Carroll, Iowa, the day before. I Her friends will be sorry to hear that Bernice Stock suffered a fractured jaw Saturday while sliding. Bernice is a physical Instructor at the Eagle Grove school and was with a group of her students when the accident hnp- I pened. Mrs. Sylvia Lannlng's son and family of Dexter, Iowa, where he is a teacher, visited Saturday and Sunday evenings with her. Mr. and Mrs. Lanning and children were enroute to Canton, South Dakota, to attend the funeral of the latter's father. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin S. Carr and two children, Bobby and Kathryn Joan of Ireton. Iowa, are spending this week with Mrs. Carr's mother, Mrs. John Coughlin. and her sister. Mrs. Andrew Hansen of Titonka. Mrs. cnrr is the former Ivadel Coughlin. Mr. and Mrs. George Stewart who formerly lived in Cresco moved Monday of last week into the Simpson homo on East Call street which they have rented. Mr. Stewart held a farm sale recently and he and his wife will now make their home in this city. J. A. Brownell went to Boone Tuesday to take Mrs. Clarence Brownell and little daughter who have been visiting here since Friday. Mrs. Brownell and daughter will return to their home in Berkeley, California, after visiting in Illinois since before Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Driver, the former a son of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Driver, left for Knapps Creek, New York, Sunday for an extended visit with the younger Mrs. Driver's parents. The couple have been vi^Ung here lor some tune with the elder Drivers, and will return here following their visit. Bernice Dearchs began work at the office of Dr. F. E. SawyerWednesday of last week. She Is taking the place of Helen Parsons who has worked there the past few years, but who Is now employed at the Iowa State Bank. Helen began her duties Monday. Nor ma Grelncr is now employed in the office of 'Hutchison & Hutchison. Washable Wai! Paper Here's something new and practical ... a wallpaper that can be made to look like new by merely washing it. Pencil marks and Grease easily removed. Call 137 for Full Demonstration. Bert Deal 1 cake KIRK'S CASTILE P. & G-. Soap 10 bars for __. rWITH 25c Oysters, direct from Roast, quart __ ______ BASKET GROCERY See Our Big Ad Elsewhere LONG'S FOOD FOOD SHOP Full of bargains of quality, not the second grade line you see in so many places and our prices in many cases are lower. LIVE IN THE TROPICS with BLUE BEACON COAL Bitter winds need not drive you to Florida ... if it's temperature- you want. BLUE BEACON Coal gives you tropical temperature, in the coldest weather.. Lurus evenly . . . maintains uniform comfort. 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