The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 25, 1934 · Page 12
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The Algona Tipper Dea Molnes, Algona, Iowa, Jan. 26,1934 FLOYD A. GRIFFITH •OF SWEA CITY, 40, Had Been in Failing Health Past 4 Months; Wife, Sons Survive Swea City: The entire community *as saddened by the untimely death of Floyd A. Griffith, age 40, who died at the Rochester hospital early Sunday morning. He went to Buffalo Center Friday to consult a doctor in regard to his health, and stayed there Friday night to submit to treatments end Saturday he went into a coma and was rushed to Rochester on Saturday afternoon but he failed to regain consciousness and died at 4:30 a. m. Sunday. For the past four months he has been in falling health, suffering from Slight's disease and high blood pressure, but his condition was not considered serious as he has been able to be at his garage daily up until Friday. He •was bom in Hardin county Nov. 8, 1894, and moved to Grant township in his early youth, where he made his home until about 6 years ago, when he traded his farm for the Overland garage which was owned by P. J. Heiken. He is survived by hs wfe and two sons, Eeth and Wayne, his mother, Mrs. Anna Griffith, his brother, Earl, deputy county treasurer at Algona, one brother, Glenn Griffith, whose address Is unknown at the present time. Funeral services will be held Wednesday afternoon at two o'clock at the M. E. church. Rev. G. R. McDowell will be in charge. Mrs. Eva Van Alstyne has been working at the Bernard Peterson home the past two months. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rath and children of Lone Rock were Sunday guests at the W. L. Barker home. Mrs. Wm. Norrifl received word of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. John Goeffey of Carbon, Iowa. This Is Mrs. Norris' great-great grandchild, making four generations in the Norris family. Albert Llchty who has been employed by the Swea City Hatchery for the past three months, Is now permanently located In Swea City. His wife and three children moved here from Fort Dodge Sunday and they are living in the rooms vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Jens Rodlund. VAUDT-GREINERT WEDDING HELD St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Whittemore, is Scene of Pretty Ceremony Whlttemore: A very pretty wedding took place at 2 o'clock at St. Paul's Lutheran church when Bertha Vaudt and Louis Greinert were united in marriage in a double ring ceremony performed by Hev. Discher. The bride wore a white ankle length crepe dress and ft long trailing veil and carried a bouquet of whit* cnlln ).:li:s. Her bridesmaid, Iren-; Vaudt, "rore a coral taffeta ankle length dress and carried a bouquet of pink snap- Car Stolen But "Maestro" Still Plans a Concert D. Wayne Collins, leader of the high school band and orchestra, had hs car stolen, Tuafsday mornng, tfhlle he was teaching school at the Bryant building, but he did not stop practice for the appearance here Sunday afternoon of his "lads and lassies" In a concert which he has arranged. The program will begin at 2:45 p. m. In the high school auditorium. The first selections, to be presented by the orchestra of 49 pieces, follows: Overture from "Juno"—Raymond. Barcarolle from Tales of Hoffman—Offenbach. Dancing Moonbeams Cnprlcc-- Ward. Andante Cantable—Tschaikowsky. March, Tannhauser—Wagner. The second part of the program, to be presented by the band of 60 pieces, follows: Men of Ohio—Fillmore. Skaters Waltz—Waldtenfel. United We Stand—Al Hayes. Luftsplel Overture—Keler-Bela. Japanese Sunset—Deppen. Manhattan Beach—Sousa. Mrs. Greinert is t.ie daug.ittr of Mr. and Mrs. August Vaudt and his worked In the Farmers State Bank for the past seven years. Mr. Greinert )s the son of ikl Greinert of Fairville. /.fter a ceremony a reception was he'd ot the home of the brlc?.-i parents. /fifr March 1 they will live on a farm sc,:fh of town. WHITTEMORE COUPLE WED ON TUESDAY Let the U. D. MT.-B. estimate on your next Job of printing. SM.SO to $600 EASY TERMS PHILCO OUTSELLS ALL OTHERS See the New 1934 Models at BJUSTROM'S Algona, Iowa, ' Agnes Origer and Robert Hogan Join in Speaking Matrimonial Vows Whittemore: Tuesday niorninn at 8 o'clock at St. Michael's church occurred the marriage of Agnes Origer r.nd Robert Hogan, Father Veit performing the single ring ceremony. Archie Hutchison Grandchild 111 in Chicago Mr. and Mrs. Archie Hutchison and Theodore Hutchison wen called to Chicago last week on accounf of the serious Illness of their little granddaughter, Mary Drummond, five years old. The little girl who is the idol of her parents and grandparents, was operated on for double mastold the first of the week and when Archie returned to Algona Saturday was still in a serious condition, with fever running as high as 106. The best surgeons in Chicago were in attendance. Mary, who has spent several summers in Algona with her grandparents, is developed far ahead of her years and Is a winsome child. She made many friends while visiting in Algona, who arc hoping for her recovery. Mrs. Hutchison end Theodore remained at the child's bedside. Monday, the little girl was given a blood transfusion. High School Orators Make Fine Showing Algona high debaters fared mighty well at Eagle Grove, Saturday, when several dozen schools sent representatives to compete in a round robin debate. The negative team composed of Walter Beardsley, John Chrlstensen and Ruth Malueg won three and lost one during the day, defeating Fort Dodge and two other opponents, out of four debates. The Fort Dodge victory wa especially sweet for the locale, and was the high light of the day for the Algona pupils. The affirmative team consisted o Gertrude Nelson, Max Miller and Bob Richardson. This team split even, winning two debates and losing the same number. The affirmative team debated wo Eagle Grove teams, St. Mary's ac- ,<iemy and Storm Lake. The LuVerne Community club will meet Monday, January 29, at the high chool gymnasium at which time dues Christine Origer, sister of the bride, I *?" be collected and membership cards u bridesmaid, and Ravmond Honan. \? lv . en out - Attend this meeting and ®&&x®yB^^ If You Want EXTRA LARGE oranges for your money get them at the "Dependon" Grocery. Smaller ones, 25c dozen. All_,California sweet, seedless. Also large Floridas, special 35c dozen. Parsnips, Rutabagas, Cabbage and Sweet Potatoes are very good and so are new Carrots, Celery, Head Lettuce and Cauliflower. Whenever you want a good mince pie, be sure to get our special prepared Mince Meat, none better, pound __________________ I Our price is right on all kinds of Vegetables and Fruit. Smaller cans for small families. Large cans for large families. Next week we will tell you all about our Crackers and Cookies. "PURE QUILL" Coffee in 1-2 and 3 pound fancy glass jars is really a fancy Coffee — 35c 3 pounds for $1.00. Other good coffees as low as 19c the n.9o $ 1.75 "Mandalay" is a fancy, bleached Minnesota Flour for __________ ! "Red Moon" is a new one made in Nebraska 1 For Good Groceries always go to Akre's Or Phone 290-291 and use our own free delivery. vsM^(&a®&o&{>&<tt^ Public Sale Saturday, January 27, at 1:30 P. M. Sharp Kiddie Sale Pavilion, Phone 79, Algona We are listing stuff every day and will not give a complete list for this sale, but we have the best offering of furniture that we have offered at any time, to be sold at public auction or private sale. On our Satuiday Sale we will have a special lot of Furniture, Machinery, also some live stock. And on Wednesday, January 31, we will have our usual run of livestock, consisting of horses, cattle, hogs and poultry. About 25 head of cattle, consisting of milch cows, some fresh and others to be soon. About 16 head of yearling steers and heifers, also a few 2 year old steers and heifers. A number of fall pigs and boars. Some Furniture and other articles. Our sales pavilion will be open daily and commencing Wednesday, Jan. 24, we will hold livestock sales on Wednesday and our usual big Saturday sales. Br1"g 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 pavilion east of C. & N. W. depot y.iipt property with Jesse Riddle at the Coryell Oil Station, Phone 93, or auctioneer- mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm was bridesmaid, and Raymond Hogan, g 1 ™" oul " /}" e " Q brother of the bridegroom was the brln * y our frlends groomsman. The bride wore a white satin dress and a long trailing veil and carried a bouquet of red carnations and baby breath. Her bridesmaid wore a light blue crepe dress and a head band of brillants and carried a bouquet of red and white carnations. Mrs. Hogan is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Origer and has grown to womanhood in this vicinity. Mr. Hogan has worked in this vicinity for a number of years and has a large number of friends. Mr. and Mrs. Hogan will work for Herman Bonnstetter of West Bend. Friends of the bride and groom were entertained at a wedding dance at West Bend Tuesday evening. Jan. 17 Jan. 18 Jan. 19 , Jan. 20 42 Jan. 21, trace of rain 40 Jan. 22, .02 inches rain 42 Jan. 23 38 Pastor Visions "New Deal" for Mankind Rev. Hoerner, Congregational church pastor, gave an interesting view-point on "The New Deal" before the Rotary club members, Monday noon, at the regular luncheon in The Algona Hotel. He deduced that there was dawning today a new vision of the future, and that to be truly a New Deal, a change will have to take place In the manipulation of the world affairs, so that man Is thought of, not as a mere cog to be moved at will by chess-playing statesmen and diplomats of the world, but as a person with a right to be heard. He cited the fulllty of war as one example in which man has little to say; the statesmen and diplomats have everything to say. CLASSIFIED ADS For Sale 1931 Ford coupe, good paint and two new tires. Motor good. A bargain at $245.—Kent Motor Co., Algona. 4 FOR SALE—Good Duroc boar.—Chas. Gilbride, Algona. 4* FOB SALE—Horses at the old Cosgrove bam.—C. L. McVey, Phone 791. 4-5' Save that cream with a Vega separator. Users biggest boosters. Medium siae, $77.30.—Bjustrom's, Algona, Iowa. 3-tf FOR SALE—I will sell one of my trucks. 1929 Chevrolet engine, new condition. Everything first class shape mechanically. Stake body platform, custom built oak stock rack. Hardwood grain box, loading plank, complete equipment for commercial hauling.—E. L. Gilbert, phone 13P14. 4* 1929 Oldsmobile sedan, extra clean, runs like new. A bargain.—Kent Motor Co., Algona. 4 FOR SALE—DeVries and Wallace will sell at public auction, 22 head of good work horses. This sale will be held Friday afternoon, Jan. 26, In the Buffalo Center Sales pavilion. 4 The Weekly Record WEATHER High Low ...33 14 ...26 15 .35 0 18 34 32 23 EARLY IRVINGTON PIONEER, ELIZA A. CLARK, SUCCUMBS Born March 29, 1858, Hear : Irvington; Died in Wisconsin Irvington: Eliza Ann Clark, daughter of Wm. and Sarah Clark, died at her home In New Richmond, Wisconsin, on Dec. 12, 1933. She was born March 29, 1858, near Irvington on her father's homestead, better known now as the old Mann place. Later when the family returned to Keokuk county, she accompanied them. Then after the death of her mother she came to make her home with her aunt, Mrs. Christian Hackman of Algona. It was here that she met and married Frank New- vllle on Nov. 28, 1878 at Swan Lake City In Emmet county, Iowa, a cousin of Floyd Newvllle of Algona. To this union one son, Wm. a. was born, now of Cumberland, Wisconsin, who with her husband and one brother, Lewis Clark of Dudley, Iowa, are left to mourn her loss. Mrs. Newvllle was one of the few remaining pioneers of old Irvington. Interment was made at New Richmond, Wls., her home town for many years. ALGONA MARKETS torn, 2 white $.38% 2 yellow .37 2 mixed 37 Oats Hops-Sows Elogs, 140 $2.20 Hogs, 160 2.50 rlogs, 180-200 2.70 •logs, 200-260 2.90 Hogs, 260-300 2.70 Hogs, 300-350 2.50 Packing Sows, 300-350 3JS Packing Sows, 350-400 2.05 Packing Sows, heavy 2.00 Poultry and egg prices due to a fluctuating market are not quoted this week. Cream I7c MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED Robert A. Hogan and Agnes Origer, Whlttemore, Jan. 18. Stephen L. Loss, Irvington and Vlr- gle Halsmd, Bode, Jan. 17. Alfred Blerstedt, Whlttemore, and Lucinda Hanover, Whlttemore, Jan. 19. Louis Grelnert, Whlttemore, and Bertha Vaudt, Whlttemore. Bertha Vaudt, Whlttemore, Jan. 18. Louis E. Wln^ert, Wesley and Leora Leonhard, Wesley, Jan. 22. Robt. Stearns, Esthervllle, and Ida Bell Peterson, Algona. CWA workers were busy this week cleaning up the highway In the Armor Lempke neighborhood. Mrs. Rome Roblson visited several days last week with her daughter, Mrs. Harry Sabln of Cresco township. " Mrs. George Wagner visited from Wednesday until Sunday at the home "f her parents, the Fred lUgs at St. Joe. Mrs. Harry Seeley was 111 last week with the flu and Harry received some first hand information of the modern science of housekeeping. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Meurer of Wes- ey were visitors recently at the Armor Lempke home. Mrs. Meurer was ormerly Josephine Brass. Robert Becker is visiting this week at the home of his uncle, Martin Beck- r and incidentally visiting his sister, {Catherine, who lives with the Beckers. Many people in this community have >een attacked with the flu, among hose recently suffering is the entire A. A. Graham family. The Grahams will move 'March 1st to the southern part of the state. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Greenfield are enjoying & new radio which they re- centfly purchased. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Powell and children of Mason City called at the Greenfield home on Sunday and Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. John Ulfers were their guests. Both ladies are daughters of the Greenfields. The Cresco women's Farm Bureau met with Mrs. Walter Barr on Wednesday afternoon. Ten ladles and the county H. D. A. were present. Lessons two and three were presented. Mrs. Florence Brown -was elected township chairman for the coming year.. A covered dish luncheon was enjoyed at noon. / Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Weber were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bacon of the Hurt neighborhood and the George Wolfe family were at the Frank Klows west of Irvington. Last Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Emll Anderson east of LuVerne farmers, visited with their daughter, Mrs. George Wolfe. A number of neighbors and friends called at the Geo. Scuffham home recently for a farewell party. The Scuff hams will move March lit on the old Paine farm, later known as the Mark Sarchett place and now tenanted by the Hughes family. Little Jlmmle Scuffham, only child of Mr. and Mrs. George Bcuffham baa the chicken pox in a mild form. School was dismissed in Dlst. No. 4 on Thursday of last week to fumigate as a precaution to prevent the spreading of scarlet fever. Hence a holiday was declared until Monday. Needless to say it was enjoyed by the pupils, who are Joe and Dorothy Lage, Helen and Duane Seifert, Roland Thornton, Ivabelle Miller and Bob Oelgel. Miss Gertrude Skllling Is teacher. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard were pleasantly surprised Sunday when their son, Howard of Clarion and a friend, Milton Lundt, returned home for the day. Other guests were the Fred Genrich, Alex Krueger families of Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Angus and Mrs. Blanchard of Algona. On Saturday Wm. Blanchard of Humboldt, a brother of M. E. was here for the day. j Last Wednesday afternoon the Cresco Embroidery club entertained by lit*. Nete Mitchell. Eighteen were present with Mr*. Leo WaMttftmldt of Wttt- temore an out of town guest. An important feature^ of th|» meeting was the election ot officers tor the new crab year who are: Mrs. Oeo. Hackmafi, president; Mrs. John Slmos, Jr., vice president and Mrs. Katie Brown, secretary-treasurer. Yes sir! That's the best car the factory ever built. I'm going down to Gambles where I can get repairs at a very low cost. Generators for all cars, $2.98 exch. and up. Piston rings and valves, Spindle bolts, gaskets, connecting rods, brake lining, etc. * Typewriter ribbons at this office. Girdle Special ^QpVM flP^P^HBBHH^^^^^^ ^Hv ^MBM^^B VP^P^P J Genuine lastex—two-way stretch girdle—14 inches long—tailored to fit—four elastics—sizes small and medium—special JOO EAR CORN FOR SALE—At 40c per bushel. Sound yellow corn. Located center of Plum Creek township.—J. W. Haggard, Algona, phone 230. 3-tf 1930 Ford Tudor in A-l condition. Priced right.—Kent Motor Co., Algona. FOR SALE—Nice clean 1929 Chevrolet coupe with 1934 license.—Algona Auto Market, West of Court House. 3 FOR SALE—Plymouth Reck and White Wyandotte pullets. Phone 432. 4 Miscellaneous WANTED—Experienced saleslady to establish cosmetic route. Write applications to Don Me'ftney, Britt, Iowa. 4-5' Have you tried our Thrifty Wash.— Kirscha Laundry. Phone SOT. 49-tf FOR SALE—Thresners or corn shelters' liens. Algona Upper Des Molnes. FINE PIANO SACRIFICED—Death in family breaks up home. Leaving for California. Want to dispose of piano now at a friend's home in Algona. Beautiful case, excellent condition. Ottered at exceptionally low price, to sell at once. For full particulars write: Box 56, EsthervUle, la. 3-4-5 For Bent FOR RENT—160 acre farm in Winnebago county. See Kenneth Erickson, ThotnpM>n, Iowa. 4 COAL A ft gA3 OH We are expecting a car of Western Lump in today. Also a car of Kentucky Hatfield Dana The Wonder Coal Prices will be right on both cars. Why riot order today. Remember we are store agents for Gordon Van-Tine Co., and we can save you money on your lumber requirements. Ask us about Steel Posts and Wire. E. N. Taylor, Inc. Phone 357 On the Diagonal. Where quality and price meet. I always find what I want at That's what a customer said to us the other day. She was commenting on our complete and well assorted stock of dry goods and apparel. And she voiced the opinion of all those women who demand quality, expect courteous service and like to find exactly the color or size of the article they ask or. If you are looking for a needle or an all wool blanket—it makes no difference—you'll usually find it at Chrischilles and Herbsts. An enlarged, convenient pattern department at the rear of the store, is arranged so that you may select you pattern at your leisure. We carry a 4- size Butterick stock and a complete Simplicity range. Shop at the store where quality is high—service unexcelled and where assortments and size ranges are always complete, the most beautiful small-city store in the state. Ask for one of our home calender-blotters—free every month for the asking. WWWV^^ • _ ! SHOES-Just Received A large Shipment of Early Spring Styles Ladies' Pmnps, Straps and Ties ___$2.19 to $6jOO Misses and Children's Straps and Ties $1.00 $3-00 Men's Oxfords, variety of styles ____ $2.46 to $9-00 Boys' and Youths' Oxfords ________ $1.00 to $3.60 Satisfactory Wear. Dependable Service. Brownell Shoe Co, WWV^ IWWWWWWVWWVWWWtfWft Poultry Raisers Specials This Week Only 60c Pratts Poultry Begulator 39c 30c Pratt* Poultry Begulator 19c. 80c Prattf Poultry Worm Pdwr. __39c 60c PraflfllDiarriioea Tablets 39c 50c Mi| Boupe Tablets 39c 7fio Pr*WN. K, Tablets for worms 69c 50c Pratts N. K. Tablets for worms 39c Lusby's Drug Store WUVWWWI:

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